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1921 Census Substitute
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The UK 1921 Census
First Name. Include variants. Include initials. Birth Year 4 digits.
Durham Records Online: Parish Records
Include records where the age is not stated. Event Year 4-digit. Search for the above name only in secondary roles witness, godparent, grandparent, etc. Father's First Name.
Computer searches of to indexes can be made free of charge in any of Sunderland's Public Libraries using Ancestry. Sunderland Register Office has made birth to March , marriage to and death to , to March indexes. Request copies of Birth, Death and Marriage certificates. Obtaining a certificate for the earliest event on your family tree that you are sure is correct will provide useful information. A birth certificate will confirm the date and place and give the child's full name, parents' names and the father's occupation.
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This will help you trace the parents' marriage certificate, as you may have the mother's maiden name included from and the date before which they should have married. The marriage certificate will give details of the ages, occupations and residences of the bride and groom, plus the names and occupations of the fathers.
By alternate searching of birth and marriage certificates, it should be possible to trace the family back to the early 19th century when registration began. The census recorded individuals at the address they occupied on the day of the census and includes ages, relationship to head of household, occupations, marital status and birthplace. As well as being a useful tool for cross-checking your birth, marriage and death information, the census provides details of other family members.
go The Ancestry website includes the nationwide census for the years to every ten years and can be searched, free of charge, in Sunderland's public libraries. The Local Studies Library holds microfilm copies of the census covering the city for these years, except Family history information before is to be found mainly in parish records covering baptisms, marriages and burials. The Local Studies Library holds microfilm copies of most Church of England records for the City the earliest being The amount of information varies, but, for example, a baptism entry usually gives the parents' names often the mother's maiden name , an address and the father's occupation.
Some Catholic and Non-Conformist records are also held. The earliest Catholic records date from the 18 century, while few of the Non-Conformist records are earlier than Some parish records have been indexed by name. Burial and grave registers for all City cemeteries from are available on microfilm.
Some parish and cemetery records have been indexed by name. The Corder manuscripts are a unique source written in the early years of the last century. The volumes cover pedigrees of Sunderland families and shipbuilders, together with histories of older Sunderland streets.