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census online
revised 22 April 2005 
 

1841 The 1841 census for Aberdeenshire is currently searchable at FreeCEN.  Certain parishes are also available on private websites:
 
Glenbucket.  A transcription of the census is available at The Hays of Glenbuchat.
  Strathdon.  Andrew McHardy has transcribed and posted the 1841 census at his website

1851

1851 census for Strathdon and Glenbucket is available on this site:

Strathdon

ED1
So much of the Parish of Strathdon as lies on the North side of the River Don extending from the Western Boundary of the parish to [Tomashein] where the parish of Tarland intersects the parish of Strathdon
ED2
So much of the parish of Strathdon as lies South of the River Don & extending from the western boundary of said parish Eastward to the Burn of the Biel.  Marked District No 2.
ED3
So much of the parish of Strathdon as lies on the South side of the Don between the burn of the Beil on the West and the Manse of Strathdon on the East.
ED4
So much of the Parish of Strathdon as lies on the North side of the River Don, extending from the eastern boundary of the Section of Tarland Parish, to the Bridge of Colunquhart on the east
ED5
That part of the Parish of Strathdon known by the name of the Grounds of Newe.  Lying on both sides of the River Don, and extending from the Manse on the South bank of the River, and Bridge of Colunquhart on the North Bank, Eastwards to Little Toly, and Buchaam inclusive
ED6
That part of the parish of Strathdon known as Deskryside including Semiel and Heughhead extending along the North Side of the Deskry to the Eastern extremity of the parish on the South Side of the Don.
ED7
So much of the parish of Strathdon as lies between the Bridge of Bucket and the Eastern Boundary of the Parish; marked District Number 7. 


Glenbucket

Glenbucket 1851 ED1
Glenbucket 1851 ED2
1861 Debbie O'Reilly has begun to transcribe and post the 1861 census on her web page.
1871 Available at scotlandspeople.
1881 Available at scotlandspeople.
The census can also be ordered on CD from the LDS.
1891 Available at scotlandspeople.
1901 Available at scotlandspeople.

 

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