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Yorkshire Census data from 1841-1901 now available in the comfort of your own home

Bootham Bar and Minster, York

Bootham Bar and Minster, York

Yorkshire Census data for 1841-1901 has now been made available by S&N Genealogy Supplies so that family historians can do their research in the comfort of their own homes.

The Yorkshire Census is a great way of finding ancestors who lived in the county and data is available on CD-ROM and/or online for the years 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901.

On this website, you will find some practical information about the Yorkshire Census from 1841 to 1901 and how to use it to research your family history.

Have a look at our Yorkshire Census Introduction page to find out how the Yorkshire Census can help you find your ancestors and build your family tree.

The Yorkshire Census Case Studies show entries for The Bronte Sisters in the 1861 Yorkshire Census. Fascinating facts relating to Yorkshire life between 1841 and 1901 can be found on the Yorkshire Facts page.

On the Yorkshire Census Links page you’ll find sites that will help you with your research for Yorkshire and across the country.

Yorkshire Census on CD-ROM

To find out about digitised images of all the original enumerators’ records see the Census CDs page.

Yorkshire Census Indexes and Transcripts

Searching through the census pages can be a time-consuming process if you don't have much information, which is why indexes and transcripts are now available on CD-ROM and online.

Country-wide Census CD-ROMs & Online Subscriptions

The census for counties across the country is available on CD-ROM and online as images, indexes and transcripts.

For CDs see www.BritishDataArchive.com and www.GenealogySupplies.com;
for online subscriptions see www.RootsUK.com and www.TheGenealogist.co.uk.

You can also see more links to family history and genealogy websites.

Daily Census Information

London Ancestors
As anyone with ancestors in the London area knows, research there can be a nightmare. There are different records offices for the City of London, Westminster, and Greater London. So what's the best way to do your research?

 

Anatomy of the Census Page
Not every piece of information is obvious to the casual observer, so to make sure that you extract every useful piece of information from the census page.

 

Case Study - Charles Darwin
Charles Darwin was an English naturalist who achieved lasting fame by producing considerable evidence that the species came about through evolutionary change.

 

Case Study - Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett
Throughout their 20 month courtship and before getting engaged, Robert and Elizabeth exchanged around 600 letters. This is how their marriage record was found.

 

 

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