Where can I view the 1940 census for free?

Where can I view the 1940 census for free?

The National Archives and Records Administration
Where can I research the 1940 Census? The National Archives and Records Administration provides free online access to the 1940 Census at 1940census.archives.gov and at Population Schedules for the 1940 Census.

Can I search UK census by address?

To start using the address search tool, select ‘Search’ from the site menu and then ‘Census addresses’. You’ll be taken to our census address search page where you can choose to search all British censuses at once or a specific year. From this page, you can search by census, street name and location.

What census years are available UK?

A census has been taken in England and Wales, and separately for Scotland, every ten years since 1801, with the exception of 1941.

Where can I find the 1940 US Census records online?

The 1940 census records were released by the US National Archives April 2, 2012, and brought online through a partnership with Archives.com.

What kind of paper was used in the 1940 census?

An original blank 1940 Federal Decennial Census Population Schedule. The census day was April 1, 1940. The 1940 census questionnaire was printed on 23 3/4″ x 12 1/2″ paper. These double sided forms provided space for 40 entries on each side plus two additional lines for the 5% sample questions.

Where can I find a copy of the UK census?

Some transcripts of census records covering England, Wales and Scotland are available free of charge on FreeCEN.org.uk. Statistics on coverage are listed, by county, on their website. You can search by name, browse by place, or locate an exact page if you have the full census reference. Read section 11 for information on using census references.

Where can I find a copy of the 1911 census?

However, you can view them free of charge on site at The National Archives in Kew, at many libraries and record offices and at FamilySearch Centres worldwide. Many local and county record offices also hold microfilm or microfiche copies of the census returns for their own area, excluding 1911.