1850 Census data for Connecticut is available for these geographic areas: State; County; Town
Boundaries of geographic areas may be determined using a combination of Census Descriptions of Geographic Subdivisions and Enumeration Districts, (a microfilm set kept in the Newspaper Room at the State Library, call number F93 .U5 1978, reel 2) and town maps. (Note that not all data is available for all geographic areas).
For additional help, please see History & Genealogy reference unit.
Microfilm - Number 317.46 fC76c 7i
Original volumes - 317.46 fC76c 7i Vault 11
Microfilm - Number 317.46 fC76c 7a
Original volumes - 317.46 C76c 7th/a Vault 11
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Original volumes - 317.46 fc76c 7th/s Vault 11
Microfilm - 317.46 M841m Reel 1
Original volumes - 317.46 fC76c 7th/m 1850 Vault 11
From Census Bureau: "The number of population inquiries grew in the 1850 census. Every free person's name was to be listed, not just the head of the household. The marshals also collected additional "social statistics," including information on taxes, schools, crime, wages, value of the estate, etc. and data on mortality."