Do any fragments of the 1931 census of England & Wales survive?

Is there anything left of the 1931 Census?

So, in answer to the title question, there are no censuses for 1931 or 1941, but all is not lost. There is a census substitute for 1941 that we will all learn to use and rely upon.

Is there a 1931 UK census?

Unfortunately, the 1931 census for England and Wales was destroyed by fire in 1942, and no census was taken in 1941 because of the Second World War.

Why is the 1921 Census not available?

The 1921 England and Wales census records aren’t currently available on Ancestry because the National Archives has signed an exclusive deal with Findmypast . Researchers from Findmypast have spent three years delving into and digitising the findings of the 1921 census, which consists of 28,000 physical volumes.

Can you view the 1921 Census?

The 1921 Census is not immediately available within any subscription, including via libraries. It is only available via pay-per-view access for the initial period. Library patrons are still able to purchase 1921 Census returns like any other user via a personal account.

Will the 1921 census be on ancestry?

Unfortunately, we do not have a set time frame for when the 1921 census will become available on Ancestry. As with any significant record collection we hope to be able to make it available in time.

Is there a 1921 English census?

The 1921 Census: the largest census release ever in England and Wales. On 19 June 1921, close to 38 million individuals in England and Wales completed a census return. From the details of those households will be available to search and view online for the first time.

Where can I view the 1930 census for free?

The 1930 census and all existing Soundex indexes are available at the National Archives Building, 700 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Washington, DC 20408-0001; the Archives’ regional facilities around the country; many public libraries; and for a fee at online commercial genealogy sites.

What census years are available in UK?

Coincident full censuses have taken place in the different jurisdictions of the United Kingdom every ten years since 1801, with the exceptions of 1941 (during the Second World War), Ireland in 1921/Northern Ireland in 1931, and Scotland in 2021 (because of the COVID-19 pandemic).

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