Census records can give us specific details about a family--all we have to do is read the entry. However, sometimes the researcher needs to go beyond what an actual entry says in order to get suggestions for searching other records. This week we look at several census records from England and see what information it tells us about this 19th century family and how we can go beyond what the census actually says. Of course, "going beyond" does not mean that we read information that is not there into a record.
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