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Bridging the Gap & Digging into the Census

Description

Join us for this event to make sure you get the best from your research within the census. This half-day course will Jackie Deppelle consists of two main topics:

Digging into the Census

 One of the most rewarding and informative sources for Family, House and Local History the ten-yearly census returns from 1841 to 1921 are a vital resource. They anchor people and places and provide clues to move further back in time. Is that all there is to the census? Join Jackie Depelle to make sure you are getting the most from these record collections which aren’t restricted to just this date range.

 Bridging the Gap : Tracing forwards from 1921

 A fundamental research strategy for building a family tree is to work from the Known to the Unknown. Now the 1921 census is available that information can be worked in conjunction with the 1939 register to complement living memory and oral history. However there are additional records to help roll our research back to this latest release, join us to see what’s available.

Do bring your questions along for discussion.

 

About the tutor: Jackie Depelle is an experienced tutor who has been actively encouraging Family Historians to research and record their trees for over twenty years. Having delivered courses and workshops in locations from Archives to Country Houses, her lectures and tutorials are regularly part of major online events.

A member of many countywide Societies and the British Association for Local Studies, Jackie is a former Chairman of the Yorkshire Group of Family History Societies and the Guild of One Name Studies seminar sub-committee.

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