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Author An entry form (like Family Wizerd) to enter census details
Posted Thursday, August 07, 2008 - Post #22352
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It would be nice to record the census details in a better way.

For a given census return (eg UK 1851), I would like to enter each of the family members names, ages, relationship to head, occupationsplace of birth, and general notes appearing on the census.  Then for each of those members, there will also be a common occupancy and source.  Also, would like to be able to include the scanned copy (image) of census (available from ancestry if you're a subscriber).

The information overlaps with occupation and contact records, but difficult to enter separately.  Would be much easier if we could enter using a census record wizard.

Posted Saturday, September 13, 2008 - Post #22600
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This is something that I requested some time back. So if you search you can find the thread.I created my own custom fields

Census appearances
Number of children
Number living
Year immigrated
Immigrated from

And that holds me for now. But it would great to have more than that,
Posted Sunday, November 20, 2016 - Post #37543
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I found an ancestor, one Richard Mather in the 1841 UK census, and later appears on the 1850 US census.

After some online searching, I have found evidence to suggest this Richard Mather was born in 1770 to William Mather and Elizabeth Ingram.

If you would like to discuss these people, send me an email.

Thanks,



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