24 million Scotland census records added to TheGenealogist database

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18 June 2021
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TheGenealogist has announced its largest ever addition of Scottish records, with the release of millions of census records for 1841-1901, to launch on 19 June.

Due to be officially launched at the Family History Show online on 19 June, users can find an ancestor using keywords such as occupation, birthplace, year of birth and more, search for a family using their forenames, or search for an address. TheGenealogist also gives the ability to select phonetic, exact or standard search filters.

The new release is the latest in TheGenealogist’s additions, which in recent months have seen new releases of 14.5 million individuals from all the Anglican Parish Records for Wales. A further 34 million records for England and Wales came with the release of the 1939 Register records, as well as 100,000 Irish Will records.

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