We had a short discussion last night, at the monthly meeting of the East Valley Chapter of the Family History Society of Arizona, about the availability of Excel forms for Census information. I had mentioned that I use, and like, the spreadsheets created by Gary Minder at CensusTools. I find his material well worth the $15 he is asking, only $13 for a download version.
A quick search around the web found:
- The U.S. Federal spreadsheet collection includes worksheets for each census year from 1790-1940 and several U.S. special census records. Complimenting the Federal spreadsheet files are the 1850-1860 Slave Schedules, 1850-1880 Mortality Schedules, 1883 List of Pensioners, the 1890 Surviving Veterans and Widows Schedule and Dawes Roll.
- State spreadsheets for Iowa 1836-1925, Kansas 1865-1925, Massachusetts 1855-1865, Minnesota 1849-1895, New Jersey 1855-1915, New York 1825-1925, Rhode Island 1865-1935 and Wisconsin 1836-1905. Each set collection features the main spreadsheet as well as a Tracker and Checklist.
- Spreadsheets for Canada 1851-1901, England 1841-1901, Ireland 1821-1911 and Scotland 1841-1891
- A cemetery data spreadsheet, passenger manifest spreadsheet, Research log, and Family Group Reports.
Excel or MSWorks template-files for the census years
1790 through 1940 (except for the 1890-Population Schedule)
1850 and 1860 Slave Schedules
1850, 1860, 1870, 1880 Mortality Schedules
1890 Veteran's Schedule
1900 and 1910 Indian Population Schedules
USGenWeb Free Census Project
All Federal Census
In addition, several sites have blank forms that can be downloaded:
Family Tree Magazine