Census searches, copies and transcriptions
(1841 – 1911)
Finding your family in the census can provide lots of useful information about your family history and UK ancestry. The censuses in England and Wales were taken every 10 years and are available to family historians for the period between 1841 and 1911. The 1911 census is the first available in colour and completed by your ancestors own handwriting.
A census return can reveal a great deal about family relationships, occupations, places of origin and related family lines.
Now that there are online searcheable databases of the transcribed censuses available on Ancestry.com (Ancestry.co.uk, or other regional sites), and other sites such as findmypast.com, finding your ancestors should be relatively easy. The trouble is that the search engines available at Ancestry are not without their problems, and knowing the secrets of searching effectively can take a lot of eyestrain.
Because we use Ancestry and other databases every day, we can sometimes find your ancestors, even though you have looked and found no trace of them. If we can't find anything within an hour, we stop and let you know, so we make sure our services is cost effective.
Census searches, supplying the original images, with transcriptions
£12.50 per hour - Minimum one hour
No additional charge for all census pages from 1841 to 1901.
Payment for census searches
Payment can be made by a PayPal invoice which will be sent from us to allow you to pay by credit or debit card, as well as by PayPal. Alternatively you can pay by personal cheque (UK only) or BAC's payment.
Contact us for more details on firstname.lastname@example.org
Tel: 01977 624370