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1921 census

Discussion in 'Any questions?' started by john46, Feb 4, 2022.

  1. john46

    john46 LostCousins Member

    Where do you get the information regarding the details of census details on the census downloaded page please
  2. john46

    john46 LostCousins Member

    sorry should have 1921 census on this
  3. Susan48

    Susan48 LostCousins Superstar

    The census reference details are included in the filename of your downloaded file, e.g.
    The schedule number is in a box at the top right hand corner of the image marked to be filled in by the Enumerator, i.e. has been entered by hand.

    It's straightforward once you get the hang of it - hope this helps.
  4. peter

    peter Administrator Staff Member

    There was a Special Edition Newsletter published on the day the census was released which tells you about the census references and many other things that you need to know. You'll find additional information in more recent issues.
  5. Gillian

    Gillian LostCousins Star

    In case you can't find the special newsletter, it's here https://www.lostcousins.com/newsletters2/1921special.htm
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  6. peter

    peter Administrator Staff Member

    Thanks, Gillian.

    A reminder for everyone else that you can step backwards through the newsletters using the links near the top of each issue. If you're looking for something that isn't very recent you can also search all of the newsletters since 2009 using the Google search at the top of any newsletter.
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