Census Records

The Russian census records are very useful in not only tracing genealogical lines, but also in tracing the movement of the colonists from one colony to another.  The various census records from Lincoln, Nebraska and Kansas, listed below, are useful in tracing the movement of your ancestors after they arrived in the United States.

An additional resource for census research can be found at Patrice Miller's German Villages web site, which contains in excess of 100,000 German Russian names extracted from the 1920 U. S. Census rolls.  The index is the result of the efforts of many volunteers that are recognized on the site.