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|Michael||Report||18 Oct 2004 15:19|
I've visited the web site of the National Archives @ Kew and I must say I was impressed and I found acessing the 1901 census facinating. However as it only covers England & Wales it was of no use to me at present. I believe the 1901 census for Northern Ireland can be found at the National Archives in Dublin but do they have a web site and can it be accessed in the same manner as Kew? Any suggestions would be appreciated. Michael King