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Since 1801 there has been a census every 10 years except for 1941
1841 is the earliest census that has survived in its entirety: few of the 1801, 1811, 
1821 and 1831 censuses have survived the ravishes of time 
1841 was the first time that the head of each household was given a form to fill in on 
behalf of everyone in the dwelling on a set day

1841 Census taken 07/06/1841 Population 15,914,000
In the 1841 Census a policy of rounding down ages was in place
 
As such people aged: 
15-19 were recorded as 15 
20-24 were recorded as 20
25-29 were recorded as 25 
30-34 were recorded as 30 
35-39 were recorded as 35

1851 Census taken 30/03/1851  population 17,992,768
Queen Victoria, the reigning monarch, opens the Great Exhibition of the Works of 
Industry of All Nations at the Crystal Palace. It runs from 1 May until 18 October.   
In October, the Reuters news service is founded. 
The first international chess tournament is held in London on 26 May. 
American gambler, gunfighter and freind of famous lawman Wyatt Earp, John Henry ‘Doc’ 
Holliday is born on 14 August. 


1861 Ceneus taken 07/04/1861  Population 20,066,000
Daily weather forecasts began on 1 January. 
The First horse-drawn trams appeared on the streets of London. 
The opening of the Post Office Savings Bank saw within its first year 180,000 
investors, who between them deposited nearly £2,000,000. 


1871 Census taken 02/04/1871  Population 22,723,000
German Empire created – Wilhelm I of Germany is first Emperor of Germany. 
Paris Commune established, later crushed by Third Republic. 
Royal Albert Hall opened. 


1881 Census taken 03/04/1881  Population 25,974,000
Thomas Edison and Alexander Graham Bell form the Oriental Telephone Company. 
The Savoy Theatre opens 
Alexander Fleming born 


1891 Census taken 05/04/1891  Population 28,999,725
New Scotland Yard becomes the headquarters of the Metropolitan Police 
Radio patented by Thomas Edison 
Building of the Trans-Siberian Railway is started 


1901 Census taken 31/04/1901  Population 32,527,843
Queen Victoria dies at Osborne House and is succeeded by her son who becomes Edward 
VII. 
The formation of the Commonwealth of Australia. Its colonies are: New South Wales, 
Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria and Western Australia. 
Britain's first cinema opens in Islington, London.

1911 Census taken 02/04/1911  Population ab 36,000,000
The count included all individual households, plus institutions such as prisons, 
workhouses, naval vessels and merchant vessels, and it also attempted to make an 
approximate count of the homeless.
Frustrated with the government’s refusal to grant women the vote, a large number of 
women boycotted the 1911 census by refusing to be counted.
The exact number of women who boycotted the census is not known, though some people 
have estimated that it may be as many as several thousand.

1939 Register  The 1939 Register, taken on 29 September 1939, provides a snapshot of the 
civilian population of England and Wales just after the outbreak of the Second World War. 
Details of around 40 million people were recorded.
 The information was to produce Identity Cards and, once rationing was introduced in January 
1940, to facilitate the issuing of ration books. Information in the Register was also used to 
administer conscription and division of labour, and to monitor and control the movement of the 
population caused by military mobilisation and mass evacuation.






Census - Don’t believe everything you read
As with any family history records, original census returns are not free from 
mistakes; you should therefore keep an open mind when using the data and not believe 
everything you read.

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