Genealogy Records, or Family records include birth records, marriage records and death records. They may also include census transcriptions, parish records, wills and monumental inscriptions.
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The census should have recorded people present at each dwelling at midnight at the end of the stated day. In later years the rules were extended to include those who returned to the dwelling the following morning, having not been counted elsewhere, such as "those travelling or out at work that night". This was included in the enumerators instructions for the 1871 census.
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