Paul Milner on the 1921 Census

I’ve attended a couple of presentations on the recently released census of England and Wales, and some other small jurisdictions. They were mostly clear so I almost didn’t go to Paul Milner’s Tuesday evening presentation for Legacy Family Tree Webinars.

I did, and I’m really glad. So did a slew of people who posted positive comments. Paul gave a clear explanation of the census basics and then went on to a fascinating case study of his own Milner ancestry. He worked the investigation resolving transcription errors and complementary sources breaking down a long-standing brickwall.

I strongly recommend taking 75 minutes out of your day to view it, free for a week for all at https://familytreewebinars.com/webinar-library/, Afterwards, it will be in the subscriber library.

In association with RootsTech, until Sunday, new subscriptions can be purchased at half-price using the coupon code rootstech22.

3 Replies to “Paul Milner on the 1921 Census”

  1. Thanks for your tip. I agree that the presentation was veryhelpful, and I wish I had heard it before I searched for my iwfe’s grandfather. I think now that I will go back and look at it again as there is information that I amy have overlooked!

  2. Thanks for your tip about Paul Milner’s presentation. I agree that the presentation was very helpful, and I wish I had heard it before I searched for my wife’s grandfather. I think now that I will go back and look at the entry again as there is information that I amy have overlooked!

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