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Moving on from the 1911 census

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Ian

Ian Report 9 Feb 2009 08:59

I have had some success with the 1911 census in that I found out my grandfather had two sisters, at the time. The youngest being 1. This makes me think there are more children.

Apart from trawling through the parish records (which I am a long way from), has anyone any thoughts on how I could find whether my grandfather's parents had more children?

Many thanks,
Ian