Explore your Scottish ancestry with the 1790 census of the parish of St Cuthbert’s in Edinburgh.
This early Scottish census listed the names of each of the head of the household and within each family unit the number of parents, children, lodgers, and servants. Then each category was separated into male and female.
Title / status
County and country
Lodgers may have been a person paying to stay at the house or a visiting family member. Also, the servants were not always domestic servants but may have been apprentices.
The original census record can be found at the National Records of Scotland and has been transcribed by The Scottish Genealogy Society.