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New Scottish Census
Do you have Scottish ancestors?
Perhaps you do and you just didn't know! Search our brand new Scottish census records today and discover if you have Scottish roots.
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1837 1861 census
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|Germaine||Report||21 Aug 2005 22:10|
Just got an email they have added more Germaine x 1861 Census Now Complete * National Family History Fair * We Want to Hear Your Stories * Ask the Expert - Latest Questions and Answers * Expiry of Units * Maintenance to the Website * Did You Know...? * How Did We Get Our Name? 1861 Census Now Complete We are pleased to tell you that you can now search the COMPLETE 1861 census on 1837online.com as we have just added the final ten counties/locations. To complete the set we have uploaded the data for the following counties: Anglesey Radnorshire Flintshire Rutlandshire We have also added data for: Jersey Guernsey Isle of Man Finally, if you are interested in tracing your naval ancestors you can also search the 1861 census records titled: Shipping at Sea Royal Navy at Sea British Ships at Home