1901censusonline.com has moved to Findmypast

1901censusonline.com has moved to Findmypast

Since the 1901 Census was launched in 2002 , millions of people have searched the dedicated site. The 1901 Census has been fully searchable on Findmypast for several years, and to make sure everyone can take advantage of the search improvements and new features Findmypast offers, we’ll be closing down 1901censusonline.com on 23 July 2015.

What does this mean for me?

What does this mean for me?

1901censusonline.com will be closing on 23rd July. You can no longer buy new credits on 1901censusonline.com, but if you have a current credit balance you can continue to use them until they expire.

From 23rd July, the best place to search the 1901 census is Findmypast.co.uk, where you can explore not only the 1901 census but UK censuses going back to 1841, as well as millions of birth, marriage and death records, uniquely detailed parish records, army service records, and much more.

If you have any questions about the 1901 census, please contact our Customer Support team at support@findmypast.co.uk.

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