Making Use of the Census [UK]

By: Sue Lumas

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Book Details: 128 pages; 7 1/4" x 9 1/2", paper, The National Archives [United Kingdom]


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The release of the 1901 census in January 2002 is the most significant event in the genealogy world for ten years. This guide has been fully updated to include details of the new information, as well as details of the Victorian censuses, some of the most widely used sources for family historians.

Title: Making Use of the Census [UK]

Author: Sue Lumas

Categories: Great Britain,

Edition: 4

Publisher: The National Archives [United Kingdom]:

ISBN Number: 190336535X

ISBN Number 13: 9781903365359

Binding: Paperback

Book Details: 128 pages; 7 1/4" x 9 1/2", paper, The National Archives [United Kingdom]

Seller ID: 365359

Description: Census records are some of the most valuable and frequently used by family historians and the release of a new census every ten years is an eagerly anticipated event. Published to coincide with the opening of 1901 Census in January 2002, this new edition incorporates all the essential details for researchers wishing to exploit this new and important resource.

It also offers practical advice to historians to find their way into the nineteenth century returns. It provides help in tracking down individuals as part of a family tree, and is equally helpful to social or economic historians, for example, comparing occupations in a particular suburb over a thirty year period. This important guide includes explains how to use the Family Records Centre in London, the home of the Victorian census records, and how to use The National Archive's finding aids as part of your research.
128 pages; 7 1/4" x 9 1/2", paper, The National Archives [United Kingdom]