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The complete 1911 census of England and Wales is now available on Genes Reunited.

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Summaries of the 1911 census have recently been added to the Ancestry websites.

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The 1911 census of England and Wales, currently available online from Find My Past alone, will become available on two more websites in the future.

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100,000 additional birth, marriage and death records for County Limerick, as well as census returns, have been made available online.

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The Irish Family History Foundation’s Online Research Service has announced the availability of records from Irish Midlands Ancestry covering the parishes of County Laois (formerly Queen’s County) and County Offaly (formerly King’s County), adding another 800,000 records to its online database.

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The Irish Family History Foundation (IFHF) has announced a new website for Roots Ireland (formerly the IFHF Online Record Search System), as well as new advanced search facilities.

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The digitised images of the 1911 census of Ireland will soon be joined by those of the 1901 census.

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The subscription/pay-per-view website Find My Past has announced its plans for 2010.

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The whole of the 1911 census of Ireland is now available online.

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The Irish Family History Foundation (IFHF) has announced that records for County Derry/Londonderry are now online. This means that most Irish counties (north and south) are covered, apart from Counties Carlow, Clare, Kerry, Laois, Monaghan, Offaly, Waterford and Wexford, as well as the City of Dublin, the south of County Cork and Cork City.

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