The 1921 Census was made available online by FindMyPast on 6th January 2022.
Although the Society has a Library licence for FMP in the Resource Centre, FindMyPast have not allowed libraries to view the Transcriptions or Images of the 1921 Census. You can search the Census, but this will only return Firstname, Surname, Birth Year, Birth Place, Parish, Registration District and County. Also FMP do not allow you to buy the Transcriptions or Images at a library.
FindMyPast have made it available for free in three locations:
It is expected that FindMyPast will make the Census available to libraries in the future, but they have not given us any indication of when that will be. We will update members when we find out more information.
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[Last updated: 14th May 2019]