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#283590 - 13th Jan 2009 11:33pm Census 1911
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Just a heads up; this is now available online at
http://www.1911census.co.uk/.
I've already increased my knowledge of my family; I knew my father had a sister but had no idea he also had a younger brother.


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#283591 - 13th Jan 2009 11:34pm Re: Census 1911 [Re: chriskay]
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Chris fantastic happy i can see who lived in me house in 1911 lol
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#283599 - 14th Jan 2009 12:03am Re: Census 1911 [Re: chriskay]
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Originally Posted By: chriskay
Just a heads up; this is now available online at
http://www.1911census.co.uk/.
I've already increased my knowledge of my family; I knew my father had a sister but had no idea he also had a younger brother.


WOW

They say it will be another 2 years for Scotland to get this.
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#283604 - 14th Jan 2009 12:23am Re: Census 1911 [Re: Mark]
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Cool I love looking through the census records!
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#457110 - 3rd Jan 2011 10:09am 1911 census - summary books available on Ancestry
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In readiness for the 1911 census coming to Ancestry, they have released the summary books online that show;

Street names
Type of building (private house, type of shop etc)
Head of the house
In-habited or un-habited
Number of males/females in the property

Gives you a fab overview of a street and what was there at the time of the census



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#457111 - 3rd Jan 2011 10:11am Re: 1911 census - summary books available on Ancestry [Re: LisaW]
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Do you only have to put in the street name.
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#457112 - 3rd Jan 2011 10:20am Re: 1911 census - summary books available on Ancestry [Re: bert1]
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You can search by name which is a bit hit and miss as the summary books list the names by title and surname but the search by street address option is there as well.

I'm working my way round the streets of Wallasey at the moment where my Hubby's family were living at the time of the census smile


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#457183 - 3rd Jan 2011 1:37pm Re: 1911 census - summary books available on Ancestry [Re: LisaW]
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Is this open to anyone or do you have to sign up on the site?

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#457188 - 3rd Jan 2011 1:44pm Re: 1911 census - summary books available on Ancestry [Re: Stegga]
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Have a look on Ancestry . co.uk, they have an offer for two free weeks, won't get it all though.
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#457207 - 3rd Jan 2011 2:33pm Re: 1911 census - summary books available on Ancestry [Re: bert1]
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I've been following the 1911 census for a while doing family History. The nice bit is that the household summary, which was filled in by the householder, is your relation's actual hand writing. Or in my ancestors case's the scribbling out, ink blots, and general messy mistakes!
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#457217 - 3rd Jan 2011 3:07pm Re: 1911 census - summary books available on Ancestry [Re: Capt_America]
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I'm waiting for the 1921 census to solve a family mystery (insert a banging your head against a brick wall smiley here!!)


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#457241 - 3rd Jan 2011 3:46pm Re: 1911 census - summary books available on Ancestry [Re: LisaW]
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I am bordering on saying, what a waste of money, but i will hold my tongue for a bit longer.
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#457244 - 3rd Jan 2011 3:49pm Re: 1911 census - summary books available on Ancestry [Re: bert1]
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Stick with it Bert,no pain no gain!

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#457251 - 3rd Jan 2011 3:55pm Re: 1911 census - summary books available on Ancestry [Re: Bezzymate]
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I'm forming the opinion that you can't confirm some ancestors conclusively unless you already have certain information to hand, and if you have that information, you don't need Ancestry sites.
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#457268 - 3rd Jan 2011 4:27pm Re: 1911 census - summary books available on Ancestry [Re: ]
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Originally Posted By: summer01
Originally Posted By: LisaW
In readiness for the 1911 census coming to Ancestry, they have released the summary books online that show;

Street names
Type of building (private house, type of shop etc)
Head of the house
In-habited or un-habited
Number of males/females in the property

Gives you a fab overview of a street and what was there at the time of the census

where s the link ?


Link click on show advanced to search by address

Just to point out this is a subscription site but they are running a 14 day free trial at the moment


Edited by LisaW (3rd Jan 2011 4:32pm)

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