Corrections made to 1901/1911 census

John Grenham reports the first round of census corrections have gone live on the National Archives website.


Correcting 1901/1911 census transcriptions

Last week, when I found no Monday posting on John Grenham’s blog, I thought perhaps he (like me) was on a road trip taking him away from his computer and genealogical pursuits. Not the case!


Suffragettes (& imbeciles & lunatics)

Sometimes family historians find cause for a chuckle while doing research. John Grenham’s June 12 blog posting about the 1911 census provides just such material.

Missing 1911 census returns

In his blog this week John Grenham provides a listing of several categories of “missing” 1911 returns.

Brian Mitchell’s “Big Four” Irish Online Databases for the Family Historian

What a blog treat we have for you today: Irish website recommendations from Brian Mitchell! Brian is an internationally-recognized genealogist, an authority on County Derry, and the author of several Irish genealogy reference books including A New Genealogical Atlas of Ireland, A Guide to Irish Parish Registers, Irish Passenger Lists 1847-1871, and Genealogy at a […]