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Trying to find ancestor
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|Lynne||Report||11 Nov 2002 14:54|
Hi. The 1901 census is at www.census.pro.gov.uk Another good site to look at is www.familysearch.org they have various records there, but be aware that they are mostly copies of the original. I agree with the people who expressed concern at having to put living relatives information in so clearly, this is the reason i have not yet put in my family tree, as i am in no doubt that several of my family would not agree to give me consent. Also, is there an easier way to read the messages? Like, seperate them out into topics/geographical areas/surnames, and/or have an index that we can look at? Tis good stuff though, i look forward to seeing it grow! Lynne