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FAMILY HISATIORY NEWS

Karen Clare reports on the latest genealogy news. If you want to see your story featured, email it to editorial@family-tree.co.uk or post to our Facebook page at facebook.com/familytreemaguk

IN BRIEF

1921 Census out to tender

Reports suggest the 1921 Census will not be released before the end of the 100-year closure period, as many family historians had hoped.

As reported in the online newsletter by Peter Calver – founder of Lost Cousins at www.lostcousins.com – The National Archives (TNA) put the rights for licensing and digitising the census out to tender on 12 January, with the contract date stated as 31 May 2018-30 May 2028. This suggests the census records are not intended for early release online.

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