National Archives releases the 1950 Census record on 1st April 2022. If you are a genealogist and do research on your ancestors, then this 1950 census record will help you a lot.
What is the 1950 Census record and why it is so important?
The Census Bureau is responsible for census records. The director of The Census Bureau is appointed by the President of United State. This was the first record after World War II. 151 million people were living in United State. Census Record Taker visited every home.
What is in the 1950 Census Records?
In these records, you can find almost every piece of information related to your family in 1950.
- House Status – if a person owned a house or was staying in rent or trailer park.
- Electronic Device – If the person had any electronic device or does not include a fan/television.
- Family Member – Number of family members were in the house. If they were working or not!
There is much other information you can find there. You get accurate information. You can see the image of hand written paper where this information was recorded.
How can I search this record?
You can go to https://1950census.archives.gov/search/ to find this information. If you have an ancestry account or FamilySearch, you can search there on these websites too. You can merge information too.
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1950 Census Records FAQ:-
Answer- Yes, If you are a genealogist then you should go to census bureau websites so you can get information.
Answer- Yes, it is online and available to the public.
Answer- There is no cost. You can go to FamilySearch or Census bureau website to get the information.
Answer- As it says 1950’s so it is for 1950.
Answer- For this information, please visit the census website.
Answer- Please visit the National Archives website, to search the records.