The 1895 Wisconsin State Census only lists the head of household by name, and lists the number of males and the number of females, as well as the number of U.S. born residents in the houshold.
The 1905 Wisconsin State Census lists all members of the household and also adds:
- Relationship to head of household
- Marital status
- Parents’ birthplace
- Months employed
- Home ownership
Both censuses cover all counties that existed at the time. This is basically all modern counties with the exceptions of Rusk (not included in the 1895 census because it was not created until 1905) and Menominee (not included in either year since it wasnâ€™t created until 1961).
Click on the image to enlarge the sample page from the 1905 Census.