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    Smile FreeCen Project Update 8th Feb 2018

    Hi
    The latest database update took place on 8h February 2018
    We are always looking for volunteers to help us improve on these figures, if you have some spare
    time and are interested please contact me by message here
    There are new records for the following counties,
    1841, None This Month
    1851, ANS, SOM
    1861,BDF, STS, WRY,
    1871, CHS, ERY, ESS, NRY, RFW, SFK, WRY
    1881, None This Month
    1891, CAI, HAM, LEI
    There are now 34,362,295 individual records on line, they break down into the census years as shown below. If you wish to see what is available
    for the different counties please go to
    www.freecen.org.uk/statistics.html

    Census Year
    1841 5,262,265
    1851 3,833,159
    1861 10,995,361
    1871 5,840,282
    1881 365,216
    1891 8,066,012
    Hope this helps with your research Bev

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    christanel (08-02-2018), Lesley Robertson (08-02-2018)

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    If you feel like volunteering, please contact Bev, as she say above.

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    Thanks Lesley
    All Volunteers Are Most Welcome
    Bev

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    Cambridgeshire stats look low if I am reading them correctly.

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    Hi
    Many thanks for your message. CAM stats are low mainly because I haven't got volunteers prepared to work on CAM. All of the 1891 cen has been transcribed now but I have no checkers working on CAM so we can not complete the work. I have just taken over CAM 1861 and there are plenty of areas available to transcribe. The project is totally reliant on volunteers and the work they want to look at. Bev
    All help is much appreciated. Bev

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