How do I find an address from the UK census?

How do I find an address from the UK census?

To start using the address search tool, select ‘Search’ from the site menu and then ‘Census addresses’. You’ll be taken to our census address search page where you can choose to search all British censuses at once or a specific year. From this page, you can search by census, street name, and location.

How do I find an address from the Ancestry census?


  1. From any page on Ancestry®, click the Search tab and select Search All Records.
  2. On the Search page, enter a location in the Place your ancestor might have lived field.
  3. Still on the Search page, click Show more options.
  4. Click the Collection Focus menu and select a region.

How can I lookup an address for free?

AnyWho provides a free online people search directory where you can find people by their name, address or you can do a reverse lookup by phone number. The AnyWho People Search is updated weekly with phone numbers of individuals from across the nation.

How do I find out someone’s address for free? is the leading source of contact information in the United States. If a person is listed in the phone directory, you’ll likely find him here. It’s completely free to run a basic search; just type the person’s name into the search field, and see what turns up.

Where can I find the 1911 UK census data?

Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2011. Original data: Census Returns of England and Wales, 1911. Kew, Surrey, England: The National Archives of the UK (TNA) Series RG14, 1911. Data imaged from the National Archives, London, England.

Is there a 1911 census for the Channel Islands?

Also included in this release are the 1921 Census for the Channel Islands and the 1921 census for the Isle of Man The 1911 census is available online for all of England, Wales, the Isle of Man, the Channel Islands, the Royal Navy and Overseas Military Establishments.

Can I see my ancestors handwriting in the 1911 census?

The 1911 census was taken on the 2nd April and contains millions more records than the previous 1901 census. This is the first available census to be filled in by your ancestors, enabling you to view your ancestors handwriting.

What does extra occupation mean on a 1911 census?

Extra occupation information may show details of the industry in which they worked. The 1911 Census is the first census where the original forms were kept. The handwriting on the original image is that of your ancestor. This is the first census to record full details of British Army personnel stationed overseas.