Updated March 23, 2016
The First Census of the United States (1790) comprised an enumeration of the inhabitants of the then United States. A complete set of the schedules for each state, with a summary for the counties, and in many cases for towns, was filed in the State Department, but unfortunately they are not now complete. Virginia's along with several other states was destroyed when the British burned The Capitol during the War of 1812. The loss of Virginia's original schedules for the First and Second censuses is so unfortunate that every endeavor has been made to secure data that would in some measure fill the vacancy. The only records that could be secured were some manuscript lists of state enumerations made in the years 1782-1785. What follows was published originally in 1908 under the title Heads of Families, 1790, Virginia.
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- Heads of Families, Records of the State Enumerations: 1782-1785, Washington: Government Printing Office, 1908