1911 Census added for Starter and Gold Subscribers
TheGenealogist has added the 1911 Census to their bargain Starter and Gold Personal Premium subscriptions with prices from only £14.95. Subscribers now have access to the complete census collection from 1841 to 1911 and BMDs at a very competitive rate.
Starter packages are from only £14.95, for a quarterly membership. With the impressive search tools, that TheGenealogist is renowned for, it makes this a great way to start your research.
- SmartSearch allows you to easily view a couple’s marriage in the BMD records on its site
- Family forename search - powerful option to do a search for a family group by using first names only
- Address Search - find who lived at a property (see example attached to this press release below)
- Gold subscribers also have access to Parish, Nonconformist, Electoral, Military and Directory records. Subscriptions start at £24.95 for a quarterly membership.
The 1911 census records give details of all those enumerated, in England and Wales, recording people residing in every household on the night of Sunday 2 April 1911. It is an invaluable aid to family historians as the 1911 census was the first in the UK where the census return was filled in by the ‘Head of the Household’ and so allowing researchers to see their ancestors actual handwriting.
Mark Bayley, Head of Content for TheGenealogist, said “With the addition of these census records to our great value Starter and Gold subscriptions, family historians have an enhanced package that includes all the important records needed by those researching their ancestors.”
TheGenealogist Gold package is available to new subscribers for a special price of only £68.95 for a year’s membership. To take advantage of this limited time offer go now to: www.thegenealogist.co.uk/GOLDFEB15
(With thanks to Nick Thorne)
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