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Get a list of relevant relatives to research in the 1950 U.S. Census
The free Census Helper™ helps you focus your 1950 census research by scanning your family tree and automatically compiling a list of people who likely appear in the census.
The free Census Helper™ can help you focus your 1950 census research by scanning your family tree and automatically compiling a list of people who likely appear in the 1950 U.S. census. Sign up here and create your tree on MyHeritage to use the Census Helper™ or access this page from your desktop browser and upload your GEDCOM file to begin.
How it works
Using the Census Helper™ is easy. Simply upload a GEDCOM file of your family tree using the form at the top of the page. The Census Helper™ will scan your tree and automatically compile a list of people in your tree who likely appear in the 1950 U.S. census. This service is completely free of charge.
The list will include names and additional details about each person that has been entered into your tree. Click “Research” to run a search for historical records on MyHeritage for each person listed. You can conveniently download the list too!
This tool focuses on the 1950 U.S. census, but will soon support other censuses from the USA and other countries.
Using the Census Helper™ is easy. The Census Helper™ will scan your tree and automatically compile a list of people in your tree who likely appear in the 1950 U.S. census. This service is completely free of charge. The list will include names and additional details about each person that has been entered into your tree. Click “Research” to run a search for historical records on MyHeritage for each person listed. You can conveniently download the list too! This tool focuses on the 1950 U.S. census, but will soon support other censuses from the USA and other countries.
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The U.S. Federal Census
The 1950 United States Federal Census, containing 152 million records, joins the 1790-1940 U.S. federal censuses already available on MyHeritage along with birth, marriage, death, immigration, and military records, newspapers, and many more documents that can shed light on your family history.
The census records offer unique snapshots of life in the United States and can help you trace your ancestors’ lives, decade by decade.
Here are some things you might learn about your ancestors in a census record:
  • Place of residence
  • Household members
  • Place of birth
  • Date of birth
  • Language spoken
  • Occupation
  • Literacy
  • Education
  • Citizenship status and place of origin, if they were immigrants
  • Whether they owned their place of residence or rented it
  • How much they paid in rent, or how much their home was worth
By tracing your ancestors through multiple censuses, you can construct an outline of major events in their lives, such as moving to a new place of residence, marriages, births, and deaths in the family.
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