One of the greatest thing about the 1869 Hungarian census is how they count the women. They are enumerated by their birth names, even if they are married. Occasionally, a widow is given the suffix - “ne" at the end of her husband's name, such as in the name, for example, Mihalyne Nagy, which means " Mrs. Mihaly Nagy " with the "ne" signifying the Hungarian form of " Mrs ". But the majority of married women are listed with their maiden names. I do not know of any other census from any other country that lists married women with their own birth surname.