Well......... technically, only I can do that at present.
So for now, I've included a template for every census year from 1790 through 1940 (except for the lost 1890 census). This is an image from the main screen of the US Census template folder:
Just to give you an idea, here's a screen shot from the 1810 template:
|"publication data" form|
|"census data" form|
Beginning in 1850, every member of a household was recorded in the census. For all subsequent census years, I enter data for the head of household only, and use the memo field called "household members" to add information on the other members of that household. This way I keep the household intact in a single entry, yet I can easily search for individuals using Bento's powerful search engine. This is a sample page from the 1880 census that shows how I enter all the members of one household.
You can, of course, give each person their own database entry, but I think this method saves time without losing function. Either way, as long as you link the individuals to their entry in your "Genealogy_people" library, you will be able to access related data from your other Bento libraries.
|page in the "people" library showing all records related to Zebulon Rhodes in the 1850 through 1910 census|
(this page isn't yet included in my Genealogical Research System templates, but should be up soon)
I hope you find this useful, and would love to have your feedback.