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In this day and age where census records have been digitally imaged and indexed then made available online on the internet it may seem unecessary to have street indexes.
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In this day and age where census records have been digitally imaged and indexed then made available online on the internet it may seem unnecessary to have street indexes.
  
 
Occasionally, situations arise when these easy to use indexes fail to locate the desired ancestor. Incorrect indexing for example will make it impossible to find ancestor.
 
Occasionally, situations arise when these easy to use indexes fail to locate the desired ancestor. Incorrect indexing for example will make it impossible to find ancestor.
 
  
 
If you know the address where your ancestor lived, a street index can help you quickly find the ancestor in the census. Street indexes are available for major cities in England for each census year.
 
If you know the address where your ancestor lived, a street index can help you quickly find the ancestor in the census. Street indexes are available for major cities in England for each census year.
 
 
 
  
 
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Revision as of 10:25, 18 August 2008

In this day and age where census records have been digitally imaged and indexed then made available online on the internet it may seem unnecessary to have street indexes.

Occasionally, situations arise when these easy to use indexes fail to locate the desired ancestor. Incorrect indexing for example will make it impossible to find ancestor.

If you know the address where your ancestor lived, a street index can help you quickly find the ancestor in the census. Street indexes are available for major cities in England for each census year.