I have looked at the Style Guide, trying to find a guide for census entries, but I couldn't find anything, so I made my own. I find census information extremely helpful in trying to find out more about a family or trace it back farther. From some censuses you can learn: how old someone was, relationship to head of family, place of birth, place of parents' birth, occupation, how long married, number of children and number of children living, value of real estate and personal property, etc. This information is much more valuable than a bare cite to the census page.
Since complete census info doesn't really fit into the narrative of a Biography well, I have been putting it in a separate section below the rest of the Bio but above the Sources section, with an in-line cite. My Census Section usually looks like this, with the Census entries going from earliest to latest:
=== Census ===
1900 US Federal Census Logan, Calhoun, Iowa
: In 1900, James Hildreth, a 31 year old farmer b. Illinois September 1868, lived with his wife Carrie M., 30 b. Iowa October 1869, and four children b. Iowa: Gertie, 7 b. March 1893; Forest W., 5 b. November 1894; son Cristy H., 3 b. February 1897; and son Carrol W., 1 b. August 1898. James and Carrie have been married for eight years, and Carrie has had four children, all of whom are living. James' father was born in Indiana and his mother in Illinois, while Carrie's father was born in Germany and her mother in Ohio.<ref>Appropriate Reference Here</ref>
Did I miss something in the Style Guide? If not, should there be something about census data? is the way I am doing it OK?