1825 1831 census York.pdf


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Oka, Census 1825 and 1831, from National Archives of Canada

In the first half of the 19th century, a series of census were done in order to determine the
distribution of parliamentary representation. The Census for Lower Canada, 1825 marked the
first collection of statistics. It took place between June 20 and September 20, 1825.
Enumerators visited 20 census districts, divided into 246 multiple enumeration units known as
sub-districts. These units were made up of cities, towns, parishes, villages and townships. The
total count of the population of Lower Canada in 1825 was 479,288 individuals.
1825 census York, Lac des Deux-Montagnes

Starts with names: followed by “remarque générale” “General notice”

Eric Pouliot-Thisdale, Researcher
E-mail: ericpouliot@hotmail.fr Phone : (514) 273-1798 & (514) 243-3888

Married 45 & +

Not-married 45 & +

Married 14-45

Not-married 14-45

Below 14

Married 60 & +

Not-married 60 & +

Married 40-60

Women
Not-married 40-60

Married 25-40

Not-married 25-40

Married 18-25

Not-married 18-25

Number up 14 and
below 18 years old

Number up 6 and
below 14 years old

Number below 6
years old

Number absent province

Number of people
dying in the house

Men