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1901 UK Census - Free Access!

To coincide with the launch of the third series of Who Do You Think You Are on BBC1 (watched by Millions) Ancestry.co.uk are please to announce the following:

From today until November 8th 2006, Ancestry.co.uk will open the 1901 UK Census Index to all users. (Yes, this means free access!)


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