United States, Native American, Census of the Ute Tribe, 1944 is a free collection at FamilySearch with a name-searchable index for the census of the Ute Tribe in 1944. Some dates were written in after the record was created so the researcher may find dates well before or after 1944.

 

 

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What Can I Learn from Ute Tribe Schedules?

 

These records may include:

  • Census Roll Number: Present and Last
  • Surname
  • Given (Name)
  • Sex
  • Age at Last Birthday
  • Tribe
  • Degree of Blood
  • Marital Status
  • Relationship to Head of Family
  • At Jurisdiction Where Enrolled
  • At Another Jurisdiction: Name
  • Post Office
  • County
  • State
  • Ward
  • Allotment, Annuity, and Identification Numbers

 

 

How Can Ute Tribe Records Help Me Find Other Records?

 

With information from these records you may be able to:

  • If possible, use what you know to find an image of the original record. The index contains only basic identifying information for a person; the original record therefore may contain more information not found in the index.
  • Continue to search the index for family members.

 

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