census return

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Plus, it should be noted that the census return exaggerates the numbers of Welsh-speakers by very devious wording.
Sometimes we see only the most obvious information in a document like a census return, birth certificate, or land record and miss important clues that can lead us to learn more about our families.
In September 2011, Census Office sent around 100,000 UPRNs to BSO-IRU, comprising a sample with a valid Census return and around 75,000 UPRNs for which a Census return had not been received--the list was completely anonymised in respect of whether the address was associated with a responding or non-responding household as this information was for Census purposes only.
The Tenth Federal Census return of 1880 lists 310 Jews, whom I identified and thus forty fewer than the counting done only two years earlier by the Jewish Board of Delegates.
The people at 6A have not filled in their census return, says another.
75 with transcribed details from the census return available for GBP0.
Once you have found the individual you require, you can view a digital image of the relevant census return.
The census return is an expensive exercise and it will not reveal how many were born here, are now resident in other parts of the world, some in receipt of pensions and others receiving current earnings but in tax havens, and others entitled to vote in elections, and in other ways have an influence on what happens in this country.
So when the census is up and running, these helpers will be out and about, making sure we have a high census return rate in North Wales, which in turn will highlight where services and resources are needed most.
For learners of any age The Learning Curve displays some of the PRO's most fascinating documents: Shakespeare's will; Queen Victoria's census return for Buckingham Palace; and the hearth tax return for Pudding Lane, where the Great Fire of London started.
However archivist Nikki Bosworth said, by 1901, according to a census return, Trehilyn was in decline, with one of the houses uninhabited and only 11 people living at the site.
Take a look at any census return from the 1800s and you will see the mass of Irish and Scottish families in and around our beloved region.