Using census returns
Public Record Office, May 1, 2000 - History - 63 pages
PRO Pocket Guides to Family History offer family researchers an easy way to begin tracing British family records held in London's Public Record Office. Each pocket guide cover the most common records available to researchers and explains where to find and how to use the records. Researchers tracing their British family history through the Public Record Office will find these guides an invaluable help getting started.
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WHERE TO GO TO SEARCH THE CENSUS
PREPARING FOR YOUR SEARCH
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