New article: How the British census was done – and the mistakes that come with it

I’ve written this article about the British census because I realised, on reading quite a few posts on a well known genealogy online forum, that a lot of people were under a misapprehension about how the census was taken.

If you’d like to know more about the British census – which is an essential post-1841 resource for family historians – you can find it here http://wp.me/P34D39-hk or you can click on its title under the ARTICLES tab above.

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