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Find My Past have issued an announcement about the 1911 census.

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The 1911 census of Wales has gone online today. ‘Wales’ includes those areas of England (such as Lydney and Coleford in Gloucestershire) that were enumerated with Wales (in these cases with Chepstow and Monmouth). The following information has been made available by Find My Past:

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The “Future Plans” page on the Irish 1911 census site has recently been updated.

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The following information has been received from the Irish Family History Foundation (IFHF):

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More census returns for England (but not all) have been added to the online 1911 census site.

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More English counties have been added to the 1911 census website.

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These are the Scottish family history resources that I mention in my talks on tracing your Scottish ancestors using the Internet.

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Up to now, only the LDS/family history societies’ transcription of the 1881 census of Scotland has been available online.

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1911 census news

Find My Past reports that it has now scanned more than 15 million images of the 1911 census of England, Wales, the Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. That represents 93% of the total number of images.

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