From: "Dgunther" <Dgunther(a)citcom.net>
Would anyone have access to the 1901 Census?
I am searching for Arthur Martin & wife Matilda Martin in Beeston. I
am searching for Edward Hodgkinson (age 30) in Radford.
Any assistance would be sincerely appreciated.
North Carolina >
EVERYONE in the world with a computer and Internet connection has
access to the 1901 census. It is online in several places, i.e. Ancestry,
Findmypast and the official website of The National Archives at:
If you are unwilling to take out a subscription to any of these sites, then
you can buy sufficient units for a few look-ups on a pay-as-you-go basis.
Moreover, many libraries have free access to Ancestry in both the UK
and America. Why don't you book a session at your nearest library that
Arthur and Matilda Martin are to be found at the following reference:
RG13 Piece 3153 Folio 20 Page 32. I can find only one Edward
Hodgkinson in Nottinghamshire in 1901 and he was aged 27 and at
Beeston, not Radford - ref RG13 Piece 3153 Folio 18 Page 27.
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