1811
1811

'Jeffersonian Era'

This tool helps analyze what type of records may exist for a person born or living in the year 1811 and ideas on where to find them. Learn about other notable events that took place in 1811, which may have affected the people who lived during this time.

James Madison was President of the United States in 1811.

Military Records from the Period

A person born in 1811 may have participated in or been affected by the following wars:

Indian Wars (1780s-1890s), Mexican War (1846-1848), Civil War (1861-1865)

A person born in 1811 should appear on the following census, depending on when they died:

1820 U.S. Federal Census - Click here

A person born between January 1 and August 2, 1811, would have been 9 in 1820. If they were born after August 2, they were 8. They should have been counted in Column 1 (0-9). Only the name of the head of each household was collected for the 1820 census, which was taken on August 2, 1820.

1830 U.S. Federal Census - Click here

A person born between January 1 and June 1, 1811, would have been 19 in 1830. If they were born after June 1, they were 18. They should have been counted in Column 4 (16-20). Only the name of the head of each household was collected for the 1830 census, which was taken on June 1, 1830.

1840 U.S. Federal Census - Click here

A person born between January 1 and June 1, 1811, would have been 29 in 1840. If they were born after June 1, they were 28. They should have been counted in Column 5 (20-29). Only the name of the head of each household was collected for the 1840 census, which was taken on June 1, 1840.

1850 U.S. Federal Census - Click here

Each member of the household was named on the census in 1850. A person born between January 1 and June 1, 1811, would have been 39 when the census was conducted on June 1, 1850. If they were born after June 1, they were 38 when the census was taken.

1860 U.S. Federal Census - Click here

Each member of the household was named on the census in 1860. A person born between January 1 and June 1, 1811, would have been 49 when the census was conducted on June 1, 1860. If they were born after June 1, they were 48 when the census was taken.

1870 U.S. Federal Census - Click here

Each member of the household was named on the census in 1870. A person born between January and August, 1811, would have been 59 when the census was conducted in early September of 1870. If they were born after August, they were 58 when the census was taken.

1880 U.S. Federal Census - Click here

Each member of the household was named on the census in 1880. A person born between January and May, 1811, would have been 69 when the census was conducted in early June of 1880. If they were born between June and December, they were probably 68 when the census was taken.

1890 U.S. Federal Census - Click here

Each member of the household was named on the census in 1890, but most of the records were destroyed by fire in 1921. (The Veterans Census survives). A person born between January and May, 1811, would have been 79 when the census was conducted in early June of 1890. If they were born between June and December, they were probably 78 when the census was taken.

1900 U.S. Federal Census - Click here

Each member of the household was named on the census in 1900. A person born between January and May, 1811, would have been 89 when the census was conducted in early June of 1900. If they were born between June and December, they were probably 88 when the census was taken.

1910 U.S. Federal Census - Click here

Each member of the household was named on the census in 1910. A person born between January and April 15, 1811, would have been 99 when the census was conducted on April 15, 1910. If they were born between mid-April and December, they were probably 98 when the census was taken.

1920 U.S. Federal Census - Click here

A person born in 1811 would have been 108 when the census was conducted on January 1, 1920. Each member of the household was named on the census in 1920.

1930 U.S. Federal Census - Click here

Each member of the household was named on the census in 1930. A person born between January and March, 1811, would have been 119 when the census was conducted around April 1, 1930. If they were born between April and December, they were probably 118 when the census was taken.

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