Did you read the step-by-step explanation I posted for how to find the census records? I gave a census record for Elof as an example.
-Dansk Demografisk Database - A helpful tool that lets you search (some) churchbooks and census records; has an English language option if you click on the British flag. No registration needed; free
-Det Danske Udvandrearkiv - Danish Emigration Archives - is a website to search the police department registry of people leaving Denmark (stops in 1908). You found a record from this database for Elof when you searched Ancestry.com. No registration needed; free
- above link takes you to a list of helpful websites. It was compiled informally in a forum (or "chat room") of people trying to learn how to do Danish genealogy, or increase their knowledge.
- Slaegt og Data DIS-Danmark is the forum I mentioned above. Here Danish and other researchers expert in Danish genealogy freely lend a hand. People like you and me use the part of the site that is called "Find Your Relatives in Denmark." Flemming volunteers there. This is the premier site for Americans who need help. Registration is needed if you want to post, but not if you just want to read it; free
- My Danish Roots is a good place for beginners to learn more about how to do their own research. Registration not needed; free
The link Flemming gave you is the main research site - Danish State Archives or arkivalieronline. It is difficult to use. Visit Slaegt og Data DIS-Danmark "Find Your Relatives in Denmark" to read some helpful hints for how to use it. Registration needed; free
Does that do it?