Written in English
|Contributions||Great Britain. Public Record Office.|
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|Number of Pages||61|
Census London Street Index CD The Street Index for Metropolitan London, Middlesex/Surrey, was originally published by Austalian Institute for Genealogical Studies as microfiche in and has been converted to CD. Harben's Dictionary of London - the text of a gazetteer for the City of London - provided by British History Online. The official street indexes for the England and Wales and census have recently been uploaded to Your Archives (hosted by TNA). This may be helpful to anyone whose census provider does not offer an address search facility for those two census years. The street indexes for and have been available at Your Archives for some time. Population schedule for England, Wales, Isle of Man and Channel Islands showing population as of 7 April This data has been provided by Street Index Street Index. Once you have found the entry, you will see the census reference numbers that you need to enter into the ancestry search page. You will need to use their “Old Search” as the new search has no boxes to enter the references. The index gives you a Reference such as HO /, book number and folio.
Streets and sections of streets in enumeration districts across the London area are also missing from the census. The census was held at the time of the Second Anglo-Boer War (–) when many men volunteered and were enlisted into the military. The London Census is a great way of finding ancestors who lived in the capital. London Census data is available on CD-ROM and/or online for the years , , , , , and The census is only available online.. On this website, you will find some practical information about the London Census from to and how to use it to research your family history. Census Online. Census name indexes and transcripts are available online. A census name index is an index of names compiled from the census records, and enable you to search for a person by surname, forename and age. Transcripts are more detailed than indexes, and enable you to search across all the fields, such as occupation and address. Street indexes were created for districts containing towns with a population of aro or more, from to Online versions for the street indexes for , , , and are preserved in the UK Government Web Archive. Please note that the limitations of the software that captures website content means that some links.
Liverpool street: City of London: pre Broad street buildings: New Broad street: City of London: pre # Broad street buildings: Broad street avenue: City of London: Broad street mews: New Broad street: City of London: pre # Broad street mews: Broad street avenue: City of London: Broadhurst road: Broadhurst gardens. The London Census Surname Index page describes local census indexes in the Family History Library collection. Census Substitutes [edit | edit source] A variety of lists of historic residents of London have been preserved. Most list adult taxable males. A few identify family units. The Domesday Book () does not include the City of London. The Victorian London Street Index contains o references. Places shown in UPPER case letters refer to the Registration District for census returns, or in the case of the City of London they indicate the ward. The year shown thus  indicates the year of the original reference, thus. London Census Bundle - , , and - £ London Census Bundle - , , , and - £ London - Kelly's Post Office Directory - £