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The 1921 census is a landmark event for family historians - find out how this census can help you find a new generation of your family.
Owing to the first MLFHS talk on the 1921 census being sold out - by popular demand, a further talk on the subject for those disappointed.
A welcome return visit of one of our regular speakers at Bolton FHS who has come to tell us about his new book, "Dating by Design".
Emma Maxwell shows us how to search for our early Scots ancestors by navigating through the volumes of the Kirk Session Records.
'A Grandmother’s Legacy: the Early Days' by Jenny Mallin, a free, zoom, online talk from the Oldham & District Branch of MLFHS
The 1921 census, is now available, free to view, at Manchester Central Library The MLFHS helpdesk team and library staff will be there, on the ground floor, to help. You will also need a library card to access the library computers, these can be arranged on arrival.
"The 1921 census is a landmark event for family historians, capturing life just after the trauma of the first world war. Find out how this census can help you to find a new generation of your family."
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