Re: 1841 on the BBC
"A. Gwilliam" <frederick@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
A story is now on the BBC about the 1841 census being added to Ancestry.
An interesting little read, and contrary to what usually seems to
happen, it appears to have no errors of either interpretation or fact!
I wonder why they chose to give Ancestry so much free advertising, and
didn't see fit to mention that Scotlands people now has the full set of
available census returns on line.......
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