Steve Morse adds 1921 Canadian Census to the One-Step Web Pages

Dr. Stephen Morse is the originator of the very popular One-Step Search Tools, a collection of search tools that simplify searching of information on the major genealogy databases on a variety of other web sites. He allows anyone to use these “One Step Webpages” at his website, http://www.stevemorse.org, without charge as a public service.

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Steve has now added a search method for the 1921 Canadian Census that simplifies finding the data you seek. The data being indexed is from Ancestry.com. Steve simply created alternative methods of searching the information on Ancestry.com. While you enter the search parameters at http://www.stevemorse.org, clicking on SUBMIT then redirects you to the Ancestry.com web site to see the results.

To try the search for yourself, go to http://www.stevemorse.org and click on “Canada/UK Census.”

While you are on the stevemorse.org web site, make sure you look around at all the other excellent software tools that Steve has created!

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So you can’t find someone due to ancestry transcription errors. How does this help?

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