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Kansas Census Information

A Kansas Territorial census was taken each year from 1855-1859.

Kansas Federal Census Records include: 1860, 1870, 1880, 1900, 1910, 1920, 1930, and 1940.

1890 Federal Kansas census records (including the special Veterans and Widows schedules) were completely destroyed by a 1921 warehouse fire

Soundex code indexes for Kansas Federal Census Records are available on microfilm for census years: 1880, 1900, 1910, and 1920.

Kansas State Census Records include: 1855 (partial), 1865, 1875, 1885, 1895, 1905, 1915, and 1925.

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Allen County, Kansas Census Records

Allen County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Iola.


Anderson County, Kansas Census Records

Anderson County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Garnett.

Anderson County Kansas Federal Census Records

Atchison County, Kansas Census Records

Atchison County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Atchison.

Barber County, Kansas Census Records

Barber County was formed in 1867 from Harper County, county seat: Medicine Lodge.

Barton County, Kansas Census Records

Barton County was formed in 1867 from Ellsworth County, county seat: Great Bend.

Barton County Kansas Federal Census Records

Bourbon County, Kansas Census Records

Bourbon County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Fort Scott.

Brown County, Kansas Census Records

Brown County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Hiawatha.

Butler County, Kansas Census Records

Butler County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: El Dorado.

Butler County Kansas Federal Census Records

Chase County, Kansas Census Records

Chase County was formed in 1859 from Butler County, county seat: Cottonwood Falls.

Chautauqua County, Kansas Census Records

Chautauqua County was formed in 1875 from Howard County, county seat: Sedan.

Cherokee County, Kansas Census Records

Cherokee County was formed in 1855 from an unorganized territory, county seat: Columbus.

Cheyenne County, Kansas Census Records

Cheyenne County was formed in 1875 from Kirwin Land District, county seat: Saint Francis.

Clark County, Kansas Census Records

Clark County was formed in 1885 from Ford County, county seat: Ashland.

Clark County Kansas Federal Census Records

Clay County, Kansas Census Records

Clay County was formed in 1857 and is an original county, county seat: Clay Center.

Cloud County, Kansas Census Records

Cloud County was formed in 1860 from Shirley County, county seat: Concordia.

Cloud County Kansas Federal Census Records

Coffey County, Kansas Census Records

Coffey County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Burlington.

Comanche County, Kansas Census Records

Comanche County was formed in 1867 from Kiowa County, county seat: Coldwater.

Comanche County Kansas Federal Census Records

Cowley County, Kansas Census Records

Cowley County was formed in 1867 from Hunter County, county seat: Winfield.

Crawford County, Kansas Census Records

Crawford County was formed in 1867 from Bourbon County, county seat: Girard.

Decatur County, Kansas Census Records

Decatur County was formed in 1875 from Norton County, county seat: Oberlin.

Dickinson County, Kansas Census Records

Dickinson County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Abilene.

Doniphan County, Kansas Census Records

Doniphan County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Troy.

Douglas County, Kansas Census Records

Douglas County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Lawrence.

Edwards County, Kansas Census Records

Edwards County was formed in 1874 from Kiowa County, county seat: Kinsley.

Elk County, Kansas Census Records

Elk County was formed in 1875 from Howard County, county seat: Howard.

Elk County Kansas Federal Census Records

Ellis County, Kansas Census Records

Ellis County was formed in 1867 from an unorganized territory, county seat: Hays.

Ellsworth County, Kansas Census Records

Ellsworth County was formed in 1867 from Saline County, county seat: Ellsworth.

Finney County, Kansas Census Records

Finney County was formed in 1883 from Arapahoe, Foote and Sequoyah Counties, county seat: Garden City.

Finney County Kansas Federal Census Records

Ford County, Kansas Census Records

Ford County was formed in 1873 from an unorganized territory, county seat: Dodge City.

Franklin County, Kansas Census Records

Franklin County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Ottawa.

Geary County, Kansas Census Records

Geary County was formed in 1855 from Davis (1875-1888) and Riley Counties, county seat: Junction City.

Gove County, Kansas Census Records

Gove County was formed in 1868 from an unorganized territory, county seat: Gove.

Graham County, Kansas Census Records

Graham County was formed in 1867 from Rooks County, county seat: Hill City.

Grant County, Kansas Census Records

Grant County was formed in 1873 from Finney and Kearney Counties, county seat: Ulysses.

Grant County Kansas Federal Census Records

Gray County, Kansas Census Records

Gray County was formed in 1887 from Finney and Ford Counties, county seat: Cimarron.

Greeley County, Kansas Census Records

Greeley County was formed in 1873 from Hamilton County, county seat: Tribune.

Greeley County Kansas Federal Census Records

Greenwood County, Kansas Census Records

Greenwood County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Eureka.

Hamilton County, Kansas Census Records

Hamilton County was formed in 1873 from an unorganized territory, county seat: Syracuse.

Hamilton County Kansas Federal Census Records

Harper County, Kansas Census Records

Harper County was formed in 1867 from Kingman County, county seat: Anthony.

Harvey County, Kansas Census Records

Harvey County was formed in 1872 from McPherson, Sedgwick and Marion Counties, county seat: Newton.

Haskell County, Kansas Census Records

Haskell County was formed in 1887 from Finney County, county seat: Sublette.

Haskell County Kansas Federal Census Records

Hodgeman County, Kansas Census Records

Hodgeman County was formed in 1879 from Indian Lands (est. 1868), county seat: Jetmore.

Jackson County, Kansas Census Records

Jackson County was formed in 1855 from See Calhoun County, county seat: Holton.

Jefferson County, Kansas Census Records

Jefferson County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Oskaloosa.

Jewell County, Kansas Census Records

Jewell County was formed in 1867 from Mitchell County, county seat: Mankato.

Jewell County Kansas Federal Census Records

Johnson County, Kansas Census Records

Johnson County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Olathe.

Johnson County Kansas Federal Census Records

Kearny County, Kansas Census Records

Kearny County was formed in 1873 from Finney County, county seat: Lakin.

Kingman County, Kansas Census Records

Kingman County was formed in 1886 from an unorganized territory, county seat: Kingman.

Kiowa County, Kansas Census Records

Kiowa County was formed in 1886 from Comanche and Edwards Counties, county seat: Greensburg.

Labette County, Kansas Census Records

Labette County was formed in 1867 from Neosho County, county seat: Oswego.

Lane County, Kansas Census Records

Lane County was formed in 1877 from Finney County, county seat: Dighton.

Leavenworth County, Kansas Census Records

Leavenworth County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Leavenworth.

Lincoln County, Kansas Census Records

Lincoln County was formed in 1867 from Ellsworth County, county seat: Lincoln.

Linn County, Kansas Census Records

Linn County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Mound City.

Logan County, Kansas Census Records

Logan County was formed in 1881 from Wallace County (chg. from St. John 1887), county seat: Oakley.

Logan County Kansas Federal Census Records

Lyon County, Kansas Census Records

Lyon County was formed in 1857 from Madison County (See Breckenridge County), county seat: Emporia.

Marion County, Kansas Census Records

Marion County was formed in 1855 from Chase County, county seat: Marion.

Marion County Kansas Federal Census Records

Marshall County, Kansas Census Records

Marshall County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Marysville.

McGhee County, Kansas Census Records

See Cherokee County

McGhee County Kansas Mortality Schedules

McPherson County, Kansas Census Records

McPherson County was formed in 1867 from an unorganized territory, county seat: McPherson.

Meade County, Kansas Census Records

Meade County was formed in 1885 from an unorganized territory, county seat: Meade.

Meade County Kansas Federal Census Records

Meade County Kansas Mortality Schedules

Miami County, Kansas Census Records

Miami County was formed in 1855 from Lykins County, county seat: Paola.

Mitchell County, Kansas Census Records

Mitchell County was formed in 1867 from Kirwin County, county seat: Beloit.

Montgomery County, Kansas Census Records

Montgomery County was formed in 1867 from Labette County, county seat: Independence.

Morris County, Kansas Census Records

Morris County was formed in 1855 from Madison County (Formerly, Wise County), county seat: Council Grove.

Morton County, Kansas Census Records

Morton County was formed in 1881 from Stanton County, county seat: Elkhart.

Nemaha County, Kansas Census Records

Nemaha County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Seneca.

Nemaha County Kansas Federal Census Records

Nemaha County Kansas State Census Records

Neosho County, Kansas Census Records

Neosho County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Erie.

Neosho County Kansas Federal Census Records

Neosho County Kansas State Census Records

Ness County, Kansas Census Records

Ness County was formed in 1867 from Hodgeman County, county seat: Ness City.

Norton County, Kansas Census Records

Norton County was formed in 1867 from an unorganized territory (chg. to Billings 1873, back to Norton 1874), county seat: Norton.

Osage County, Kansas Census Records

Osage County was formed in 1855 from Weller County, county seat: Lyndon.

Osborne County, Kansas Census Records

Osborne County was formed in 1867 from Mitchell County, county seat: Osborne.

Ottawa County, Kansas Census Records

Ottawa County was formed in 1860 from Saline County, county seat: Minneapolis.

Pawnee County, Kansas Census Records

Pawnee County was formed in 1867 from Rush and Strafford County, county seat: Larned.

Phillips County, Kansas Census Records

Phillips County was formed in 1867 from Kirwin Land District, county seat: Phillipsburg.

Pottawatomie County, Kansas Census Records

Pottawatomie County was formed in 1857 from Riley and Calhoun Counties, county seat: Westmoreland.

Pratt County, Kansas Census Records

Pratt County was formed in 1867 from Strafford County, county seat: Pratt.

Rawlins County, Kansas Census Records

Rawlins County was formed in 1873 from Kirwin Land District, county seat: Atwood.

Reno County, Kansas Census Records

Reno County was formed in 1867 from Sedgwick and McPherson Counties, county seat: Hutchinson.

Republic County, Kansas Census Records

Republic County was formed in 1860 from Washington and Cloud Counties, county seat: Belleville.

Rice County, Kansas Census Records

Rice County was formed in 1867 from Reno County, county seat: Lyons.

Riley County, Kansas Census Records

Riley County was formed in 1855 from an unorganized territory, Wabaunsee County, county seat: Manhattan.

Rooks County, Kansas Census Records

Rooks County was formed in 1867 from Kirwin Land District, county seat: Stockton.

Rush County, Kansas Census Records

Rush County was formed in 1867 from an unorganized territory, county seat: LaCrosse.

Russell County, Kansas Census Records

Russell County was formed in 1867 from Ellsworth County, county seat: Russell.

Saline County, Kansas Census Records

Saline County was formed in 1860 and is an original county, county seat: Salina.

Scott County, Kansas Census Records

Scott County was formed in 1873 from Finney County, county seat: Scott City.

Sedgwick County, Kansas Census Records

Sedgwick County was formed in 1867 from Butler County, county seat: Wichita.

Sedgwick County Kansas Federal Census Records

Seward County, Kansas Census Records

Seward County was formed in 1855 from Indian Lands, county seat: Liberal.

Seward County Kansas Federal Census Records

Shawnee County, Kansas Census Records

Shawnee County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Topeka.

Sheridan County, Kansas Census Records

Sheridan County was formed in 1873 from an unorganized territory, county seat: Hoxie.

Sherman County, Kansas Census Records

Sherman County was formed in 1873 from Kirwin Land District, county seat: Goodland.

Smith County, Kansas Census Records

Smith County was formed in 1867 from an unorganized territory, county seat: Smith Center.

Strafford County, Kansas Census Records

Strafford County was formed in 1867 from an unorganized territory, county seat: Saint John.

Stanton County, Kansas Census Records

Stanton County was formed in 1873 from an reorganized territory, county seat: Johnson.

Stanton County Kansas Federal Census Records

Stevens County, Kansas Census Records

Stevens County was formed in 1873 from Indian Lands, county seat: Hugoton.

Stevens County Kansas Federal Census Records

Sumner County, Kansas Census Records

Sumner County was formed in 1867 from Cowley County, county seat: Wellington.

Thomas County, Kansas Census Records

Thomas County was formed in 1873 from Kirwin Land District, county seat: Colby.

Trego County, Kansas Census Records

Trego County was formed in 1867 from Ellis County, county seat: Wakeeney.

Wabaunsee County, Kansas Census Records

Wabaunsee County was formed in 1855 from Riley and Morris Counties (Formerly, Richardson County), county seat: Alma.

Wabaunsee County Kansas Mortality Schedules

Wallace County, Kansas Census Records

Wallace County was formed in 1868 from Indian Lands (See Logan County), county seat: Sharon Springs.

Washington County, Kansas Census Records

Washington County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Washington.

Wichita County, Kansas Census Records

Wichita County was formed in 1873 from Indian Lands, county seat: Leoti.

Wilson County, Kansas Census Records

Wilson County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Fredonia.

Wilson County Kansas Federal Census Records

Woodson County, Kansas Census Records

Woodson County was formed in 1855 and is an original county, county seat: Yates Center.

Wyandotte County, Kansas Census Records

Wyandotte County was formed in 1859 and is an original county, county seat: Kansas City.


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