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1861 Census Shipping at Sea and Ports Abroad RG9/4442-4468

Publisher: Archive CD Books GB

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Media: DATA CD - 2 CDs
Year: 2005
ISBN: 184594237X
Publisher: Archive CD Books GB

Now produced on CD-ROM for the first time is the '1861 Census Shipping at Sea and Ports Abroad'. So for all of you who are 'missing' an ancestor from the 1861 census, who was a seaman … there's a possibility that they may be listed here …

This 2 CD-ROM set is useful for those with ancestors in the shipping/marine industry. Covering the piece numbers RG9/4442-4468, ansd as the title suggests this set covers those British ships that were 'at sea or ports abroad' at the time the census was taken.

The publishers are very proud of the superb quality of the scanned images. They've have worked from really excellent films copied from the first generation films at the TNA, and have then used the very best possible film scanner currently available to digitise the images at a high resolution.

Magnify an area to see further detail, print the current page, as well as viewing the original handwritten enumerators pages. The data on these CDs is completely self-contained, and requires no installation.

Any computer using Adobe (Acrobat) Reader 4 or later

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