The 1921 Census of England and Wales is here. Join Findmypast for an unmissable exploration of the biggest new arrival in family history. After years spent digitising and transcribing this unique snapshot of our recent history, discover the stories and secrets contained within. Along with the historical context, tips for effective searching and using it to trace elusive relatives, we'll learn how the 1921 Census will help you understand your ancestors’ lives better. And your own.
Speaker's bio: Myko Clelland appears via Zoom from the UK and is a genealogist, spokesperson & regional licensing manager for Findmypast, regularly discussing family history on television, radio, online & in print. He holds a Masters degree in genealogy with distinction and is a qualified adult education teacher with over 500 worldwide speaking appearances, from Oxford University to The National Archives, National Library of Wales, RootsTech, The Society of Genealogists, Society of Australian Genealogists, Auckland Family History, Who Do You Think You Are? Live & many regional archives & local family history groups.
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