The following announcement was written by the folks at Origins.net:
Origins.net now includes a NEW full index to and digitised images of the original 1881 Census records for all counties in England and Wales. The 1881 Census includes the personal details of 25,974,439 individuals and provides a snapshot in time for all households including any servants, lodgers, or visitors. For each person present in each household on the 3rd April 1881 details are given of their names, ages, address, occupations, relationship to head of household and place of birth.
Search England & Wales 1881 Census: http://www.origins.net/BritishOrigins/Search/Census/1881/BOSearchC1881.aspx.
The latest censuses added to Origins.net – 1901, 1891 and 1881 are all NEW indexes from the original documents.
Census & census substitute collections on British Origins:
- England & Wales 1901 Census
- England & Wales 1891 Census
- England & Wales 1871 Census
- England & Wales 1861 Census
- England & Wales 1841 Census
- Northamptonshire Hearth Tax Abstracts 1673-1674
- Association Oath Rolls: City of London Livery Companies 1696
- Association Oath Rolls: Surrey 1695
- Somerset Electoral Registers 1832-1914
Search all Census & Census Substitutes on British Origins: http://www.origins.net/BritishOrigins/Search/Census/BOSearchCensus.aspx.
Census & census substitute collections on Irish Origins
- Census of Elphin 1749
- Dublin City Census 1851
- Dublin City Census 1901: Rotunda Ward
- Griffith’s Valuation
- Irish “strays” in England & Wales Census 1841
- Irish “strays” in England & Wales Census 1871
- Tithe Defaulters 1831
- William Smith O’Brien Petition
Search all Census & Census Substitutes on Irish Origins: http://www.origins.net/IrishOrigins/Search/Census/IOSearchCensus.aspx.
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