United Kingdom 1921 census example forms and guidance

Can I view the 1921 Census for free?

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.

Can I access the 1921 Census?

Access to the 1921 Census online at Findmypast is free on the premises at The National Archives in Kew. You can access the Census via the on site computers, on site tablet devices or your own device (e.g. smartphone) while you are connected to the Wi-Fi in the dedicated 20sPeople zone.

Is the 1921 UK census available?

Each census is released to the public after 100 years, meaning that on we can access the 1921 census, covering England and Wales.

What questions did 1921 Census ask?

It asked what materials they worked in, place of work and their employer’s name. For those over the age of 15 information about marital status, including if divorced was given. For those under 15 the census recorded whether both parents were alive or if either or both parents had died.

Will the 1921 census be on Ancestry?

Why isn’t the 1921 census on Ancestry? The 1921 England and Wales census records aren’t currently available on Ancestry because the National Archives has signed an exclusive deal with Findmypast .

What date will the 1921 census be released?

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.

Can you view census records for free UK?

Some transcripts of census records covering England, Wales and Scotland are available free of charge on FreeCEN.org.uk. Statistics on coverage are listed, by county, on their website.

Can I view census records for free?

Visit the National Archives Website to access 1940 and 1950 Census records. Many public libraries also allow their patrons free access to genealogy Websites that have databases of the digitized 1790 to 1950 censuses records. Ask you library if it subscribes to one of these services and how you can access it.

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