Germany, Mecklenburg-Schwerin Census, 1867 • FamilySearch RecordsImagesFamily TreeGenealogiesCatalogBooksWiki Cite This Collection "Deutschland, Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Volkszählung, 1867." Database with images. FamilySearch. http://FamilySearch.org : 18 July 2022. Mecklenburgisches Landeshauptarchiv, Schwerin (Census Office.
Based on the 1867 census, population of the Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin was determined to be 560,668. Of those, 193,882 people lived in the cities. Need help with the German language? Find resources in our German Research Center. More help Refining your search to improve results Handwriting help
The 1867 Census contains three separate forms: the Bevölkerungstabelle, which only lists heads-of-households and provides a numerical count of other household members. the Zählungsliste, which provides a complete list of all household members and gives the date of birth, religion, marital status, occupation and nationality. and the Nachtragsliste.
Mecklenburg-Schwerin’s population was over 560,000 in 1867. Digitized records of this census can be found on both free and subscription-based web sites, such as Ancestry and FamilySearch: FamilySearch: Germany, Mecklenburg-Schwerin Census, 1867 1867 census Germany Mecklenburg Schwerin 1850 United States Federal Census Next German Occupations
Census for Mecklenburg-Schwerin is available at the Family History Centers for 1704, 1751, 1819, 1867, 1890 and 1900. There are also a few early census records for the Duchy of Mecklenburg for 1633-1634, 1677, and 1689 (microfilm #068,934). There are no preserved census records for Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Only a statistical summary is available.
Census records of the Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany for 1867. Towns are arranged under their enumeration district. The district could be a Ritteramt (R.A.), Domänenamt (D.A.), Klosteramt (K.A.) or Stadt.<br><br>The 1867 Census contains three separate forms: the Bevölkerungstabelle, the Zählungsliste and the Nachtragsliste.
Mecklenburg-Schwerin joined the North German Confederation and the German Customs Union in 1867/68. The German Customs Union regularly conducted censuses to have an overview of tax payers and men liable to military service. In 1867, Mecklenburg-Schwerin conducted such a census for the first time following a uniform pattern.
Original data: Mecklenburg-Schwerin (Großherzogtum), Volkszählungsamt. Volkszählung 1819. Landeshauptarchiv Schwerin. 2.21-4/4 Bevölkerungs-, Geburts-,Konfirmations-, Heirats- und Sterbelisten. About Mecklenburg-Schwerin, Germany, Census, 1819 Mecklenburg-Schwerin was a duchy formed in 1701 through a division of the Duchy of Mecklenburg.
Based on the 1867 census, population of the Grand Duchy of Mecklenburg-Schwerin was determined to be 560,668. Of those, 193,882 people lived in the cities. Need help with the German language? Find resources in our German Research Center.