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=== Finding Street addresses in the [https://wiki.familysearch.org/en/England_Census#Searching_Census_Records England Census Records]<br>  ===
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=== Finding Street addresses in the [[England_Census#Searching_Census_Records|England Census Records]] ===
  
 
Street indexes are available for many cities in England for each census year. With the advent of the online indexes and images the street indexes have become less relevant; however, it is another option available to you. 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 an ancestor. Addresses can be found in a variety of sources: old letters, [[England Directories|directories]], civil registration certificates, etc. Some websites now allow you to search by address. Street indexes are available at the Family History Library in both book and microform. You can determine if a street index is available by looking in:  
 
Street indexes are available for many cities in England for each census year. With the advent of the online indexes and images the street indexes have become less relevant; however, it is another option available to you. 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 an ancestor. Addresses can be found in a variety of sources: old letters, [[England Directories|directories]], civil registration certificates, etc. Some websites now allow you to search by address. Street indexes are available at the Family History Library in both book and microform. You can determine if a street index is available by looking in:  

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Finding Street addresses in the England Census Records

Street indexes are available for many cities in England for each census year. With the advent of the online indexes and images the street indexes have become less relevant; however, it is another option available to you. 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 an ancestor. Addresses can be found in a variety of sources: old letters, directories, civil registration certificates, etc. Some websites now allow you to search by address. Street indexes are available at the Family History Library in both book and microform. You can determine if a street index is available by looking in:

  • Register of Towns Indexed by Streets. Salt Lake City, Utah, USA: Family History Library, 1999. (FHL book 942 X22r; fiche 6026692, on two fiche.)    On FamilySearch is a place name index of those places that have street indexes.  1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891