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The 1911 census of Engalnd and Wales goes online ahead of schedule.
The 1911 census of England and Wales is online three years ahead of schedule at, a partner site of data service FindMyPast and the British national archives.
British census records are usually closed to the public for 100 years after the census was taken. The 1911 schedules were released early due to high demand, though some sensitive details about infirmities (such as “deaf” and “lunatic”) and the children of women prisoners will be obscured until January 2012. Scotland residents were included in the 1911 census, but the Scottish government opted to release its records on schedule.
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