Category Archives: Census

Smoke and Censuses – a lucky escape for Matilda Johnson

In 1837, a tragedy strikes, leaving infant Matilda Johnson in the care of her elderly grandmother, Avis Wisby. Continue reading

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1931 England and Wales Census to be ‘free and online in 2015’

The British Archives has announced that the 1931 Census of England and Wales will be online and available for free in 2015. Continue reading

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Why keeping up with the neighbours is important in genealogy

If you’re not examining your ancestor’s neighbours, then you could be missing some key information. Continue reading

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Why I love the 1851 UK Census

Why I Love The 1851 Census: Despite having used 8 different censuses, the 6th census (1851) is my firm favourite – and here’s why….. Continue reading

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