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Getting The Most From The 1921 Census

The 1921 Census of England and Wales was carried out on 19 June 1921, postponed for two months from April due to industrial unrest.


The 1921 census has been available now for just over 12 months and now with more relaxed payment terms. We will look at its history, understand how is works and what comes next as well as hints and tips on how to really get the best from it.

Can't make this time? Book anyway as this talk will be recorded and available to watch for 2 weeks. John Hanson

About the speaker: John Hanson worked for many years for one of the country’s major banks, ending up as a Systems Specialist in mainframe databases. John has written extensively on family history subjects and has been a lecturer and teacher in family history for over twenty-five years, particularly on computers in genealogy and the census. He served on the executive committee of the Guild of One-Names studies for several years and also as a trustee and served on many committees at the Society of Genealogists. He is currently the research director of the Halsted Trust and is a Fellow of SoG.

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