Yes, you can get this info >from the 1901 census for ?40. It was the best
?40 I have ever spent as I had found a g grandfather's birth in an
unexpected place and the 1901 census convinced me that he was actually born
there. You do have to give an exact address, and also certify that you are
a direct descendent ie child/grandchild/great grandchild of a named person
at that address. They will only give details of the people that you name
in the household.
From: Nick Landau [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Subject: Re: 1901 Census in England
I was distinctly under the impression that there was a blanket 100-year ban
on the release of UK Census data.
You would have to be positive about an address to obtain the information at
the Family Records Centre anyway as that is the only way that it is
If this is the case, why does not everyone do it that way?
If you are right, I am very surprised. I speak as both a former Census
enumerator and a former Census data analyst.
In article <01BE69B2.B7882280.Jane@Henio.Muc.De>,
Jane@Henio.Muc.De (Jane Lachs) wrote:
If you are stuck and are waiting for the 1901 census in 2002 you can getrecorded
message telling you to push a certain number: You want Nr. 4.