Norfolk County, Virginia 1810 Census


Norfolk County, Virginia 1810 Census.

John Vogt.

This is the first surviving census for Hanover, since both the 1790 and 1800 censuses have been lost. A complete index is included for easy access. Norfolk County has been occupied since the early seventeenth century, and it has formed the basis for numerous population center which have been subdivided from it [see description at top of this page]. In 1810 the county alone [not including the borough of Norfolk, which was enumerated separately] possessed more than 1,500 families with a total population exceeding 16,000, This document should be a fine complement to the abstract of Roger Ward (below) on land taxes in the county. When compared one to another, these two sources can be utilized to find the general residence area of many of the landowning families within the census.