Titus Family

Genealogy

Census

This CENSUS section contains transcriptions of Titus family entries from the first United States Census from 1790 up to the latest available, that of 1930. Most data pages have multiple pages (accessed by the tabs at the bottom of the pages), with the first sheet giving nominal indexes and the second sheet giving the actual transcriptions. The 1790 Census has only one page, and the 1930 census has three pages. Some of these files are quite large, and may result in long download times for those with slow Internet connections.

Assumptions On Census Records

In August of 2001 I completed a millennium project of mine when I transcribed the microfilm of the 1891 census for Queens County, New Brunswick, published it and posted it on the Queens County web site. The project was both a challenge and a rewarding experience, involving many hours bent over microfilm reading machines at the Canadian National Archives, and the additional work of putting the data on computer.

The first comprehensive Canadian census was completed in 1851. Those of 1891, 1901 and 1911 with Titus implications have been transcribed and are available on this site. The earlier records containing Titus entries are being worked on and will be posted to the site as they are completed.

All of the United States census records involving the Titus surname from 1790 until 1940 are transcribed and available on this site. An exception is the 1890 census which was destroyed and therefore was not available for transcription. Some other spellings of the name, such as Tytus and Titis, have been included. It was found that when the name Fitus was queried 784 names came up. Many of those were really Titus names that were misread by the indexer. The end result is that if researchers are unable to find the family they were searching for, it may be that either the family was enumerated under a different spelling, or the family was not enumerated at all. Some of these spelling variations have been indexed under Census Misspellings.

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1851 Canadian Census

The earliest comprehensive Canadian census was undertaken in 1851, 16 years before Canadian Confederation. Transcriptions for the Titus-related entries for 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 have been completed and posted to this site. It should be noted that the 1851 Nova Scotia census only listed heads of families and is not included on this site

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1861 Canadian Census

The earliest comprehensive Canadian census was undertaken in 1851, 16 years before Canadian Confederation. So far, transcriptions for the Titus-related entries for 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 have been completed and posted to this site.

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1871 Canadian Census

The earliest comprehensive Canadian census was undertaken in 1851, 16 years before Canadian Confederation. So far, transcriptions for the Titus-related entries for 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 have been completed and posted to this site.

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1881 Canadian Census

The earliest comprehensive Canadian census was undertaken in 1851, 16 years before Canadian Confederation. So far, transcriptions for the Titus-related entries for 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 have been completed and posted to this site.

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1891 Canadian Census

The earliest comprehensive Canadian census was undertaken in 1851, 16 years before Canadian Confederation. So far, transcriptions for the Titus-related entries for 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 have been completed and posted to this site.

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1901 Canadian Census

The earliest comprehensive Canadian census was undertaken in 1851, 16 years before Canadian Confederation. So far, transcriptions for the Titus-related entries for 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 have been completed and posted to this site.

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1911 Canadian Census

The earliest comprehensive Canadian census was undertaken in 1851, 16 years before Canadian Confederation. So far, transcriptions for the Titus-related entries for 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 have been completed and posted to this site.

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1790 United States Census

The following transcription of the Titus references in the 1790 United States census was produced from microfilm images copied from the US National Archives and Records Administration microfilm number M637 (12 rolls).

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1800 United States Census

The following transcription of the Titus references in the 1800 United States Federal Census was produced from microfilm images copied from the US National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm number M32 (52 rolls). 1800 images and index were provided by Ancestry.com. This census was the second enumeration produced in the United States. Enumerators were asked to include the following information in their reports:

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1810 United States Census

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The following transcription of the Titus references in the 1810 United States Federal Census was produced from microfilm images copied from the US National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm number M252 (71 rolls). 1810 images and index were provided by Ancestry.com. This census was the third enumeration produced in the United States. Enumerators were asked to include the following information in their reports:

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1820 United States Census

The following transcription of the Titus references in the 1820 United States Federal Census was produced from microfilm images copied from the US National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm number M33 (142 rolls). 1820 images and index were provided by Ancestry.com. This census was the fourth enumeration produced in the United States. Enumerators were asked to include the following information in their reports:

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1830 United States Census

The following transcription of the Titus references in the 1830 United States Federal Census was produced from microfilm images copied from the US National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm number M19 (201 rolls). 1830 images and index were provided by Ancestry.com. This census was the fifth enumeration produced in the United States. Enumerators were asked to include the following information in their reports:

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1840 United States Census

The following transcription of the Titus references in the 1840 United States Federal Census was produced from microfilm images copied from the US National Archives and Records Administration, microfilm number M704 (580 rolls). 1840 images and index were provided by Ancestry.com. This census was the sixth enumeration produced in the United States. Enumerators were asked to include the following information in their reports:

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1850 United States Census

The 1850 United States census was recorded as of Jun. 1, 1850 and is significant due to the fact that it is the first census to include and name all persons living in each household. Previous census records only contained names of heads of families and listed other unnamed persons living in the same household according to age spans and sex.

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1860 United States Census

The 1860 United States census was the eighth census in the United States and is the second census to include and name all persons living in each household. The official enumeration day was June 1, 1860. Unfortunately, as in the 1850 census, the census questionnaire did not indicate the relationships between each member of the household. There could therefore be brothers and sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, etc., living with the families that would not be readily identifiable.

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1870 United States Census

The 1870 United States census was the ninth census in the United States and is the third census to include and name all persons living in each household. The official enumeration day was June 1, 1870. Unfortunately, as in the 1850 and 1860 census, the census questionnaire did not indicate the relationships between each member of the household. There could therefore be brothers and sisters-in-law, nephews, nieces, etc., living with the families that would not be readily identifiable.

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1880 United States Census

The 1880 United States census was the tenth census in the United States and is the fourth census to include and name all persons living in each household. The official enumeration day was June 1, 1880. An important step was made in this census in that it was the first to include each person’s relationship to the head of the family. It also included names of every person living with the family, and any illnesses or disabilities at the time of the census.

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1900 United States Census

The 1900 United States census was the twelfth census in the United States and is the sixth census to include and name all persons living in each household. The official enumeration day was June 1, 1900. Forty-five states, including recently-admitted Utah, were enumerated. Also included were the territories of Alaska, Arizona, Hawaii, New Mexico and Oklahoma. Ancestry.com has provided the index and the images used in these transcriptions. These images were originally copied from National Archives and Records Administration microfilm, number T623 (1854 rolls).

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1910 United States Census

The 1910 census included a total of 8001 Titus and related family names. Images for the following families listed in the index were either unavailable or unreadable:

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1920 United States Census

The 1920 United States Federal Census is the fourteenth federal census taken in the US and includes all 50 states, plus the Virgin Islands, Puerto Rico, American Samoa, Guam, the Panama Canal Zone and military forces. Original images from the National Archives and Records Administration, 1920. T625, 2,076 rolls. The census enumeration commenced on Jan. 1, 1920. The following information was gathered by enumerators:

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1930 United States Census

The 1930 census is the largest (approximately 123 million Americans) and the most recent released to date. These Titus transcriptions were created using images and indices provided by Ancestry.com from records from the National Archives and Records Administration, 1930. T626, 2667 rolls. As census records are not made public until 72 years have elapsed, this census was not released until Apr. 1, 2002. 

 The enumeration for the 1930 census began on Apr. 2, 1930 (Oct. 1, 1929 in Alaska) and was indended to record the status of individuals as of Apr. 1, 1930.

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1940 United States Census

Thanks are extended to Family Search which accomplished the daunting task of indexing and arbitrating the entire 1940 data base in just 124 days!

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US Census Misspellings

There is an old expression that goes: "Nothing is foolproof, 'cause fools are so ingenuous." This is not to say that census enumerators and indexers fall into that category. Far from it. However, honest mistakes are often made. For instance, in the case of the Titus census records, it was common for indexers to mistake the capital T for a capital F. Thus, Titus ended up being interpreted as Fitus. Other errors simply involved misspellings by the enumerators. I have tried to include a few of them here, with spellings of Tytus and Titis. The point is, if you cannot find the family you are looking for in the records, a search for spelling variations may help. Good luck!!

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