How the recently released 1921 census might be used to inform (or inspire) local history research.
Tuesday 8th February 2022 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Event type: Virtual
This talk will explore the recently released 1921 Census and its associated resources, and demonstrate ways in which the records might be used to inform (or inspire) local history research. The talk will be given by Jessamy Carlson, Family & Local History Engagement Lead at The National Archives in Kew.
Jessamy is a qualified archivist and historian. She has over twenty years’ experience in research, and has written on diverse subjects from babies named after First World War battles to teenage girls in “trouble” in the mid-twentieth century. She is passionate about getting people into archives, and into research.
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