You can now find marriages from the 1911 census with just one mouse click.
TheGenealogist.co.uk uses the extra detail given in the 1911 census, which states how many years a couple have been married. This is automatically linked to the relevant marriage transcripts on the site showing the marriage details in the GRO records.
The spouse’s name was not recorded on entries prior to 1912, but TheGenealogist’s SmartSearch technology shows you relevant partners based on a variety of details. From the Family View or Household View, the Marriage Finder icon can be seen next to the View Original Image icon. The links under ‘Marriage Status’ and ‘Years Married’ will also activate the Marriage Finder Tool.
From the marriage entry, you can click an icon to view the original image from the marriage index, view a full ‘certificate style’ record which you can print out for your own records, and save both the record and/or the individual to your family tree in TreeView, a free online tree building program.
The 1911 census transcripts for Wales, Kent, Isle of Man, Hertfordshire and Huntingdonshire have now been released on TheGenealogist.co.uk bring the total number of counties to 19. There are now nearly 9 million 1911 records available on the site.
The records have been integrated into the existing search tools, so you can access the transcripts using the House and Street search, Keyword Master Search and Family Forename Search.