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The 1939 Register is not protected in the same manner by UK privacy laws as the regular historic census data. By comparison, the 1921 England and Wales census will only go online in 2022, the 1931 census was destroyed by fire and there was no census in England or Wales in 1941 due to the war.
Basically, for anyone researching their recent English or Welsh ancestors through census-like records, the current options are just the 1911 census and the 1939 Register. First, at the moment, My Heritage has put up just the index to this collection (without the original images). Secondly, there are some 42 million records in the 1939 Register but (at the moment) some 8.2 million records cannot be shown due to privacy concerns.
Covering the Cook and Lake counties in northeastern Illinois, these records will be of interest to anyone with ancestors from the Chicago region.
The information collected included (for each member of the household) full name, gender, address, date of birth, marital status, and occupation.
It is part of Findmypast’s new initiative to digitize the historical records of the Catholic Church in North America.
This is big news for anyone with Catholic ancestors in North America.
It is perfectly possible that your ancestor’s baptism or marriage church record might be in this collection.
These records can be searched by first name, last name, year, parish and father or mother’s name (in the case of baptism records) or spouse’s name (in the case of marriage records). [New York Baptism Records] US – Findmypast has also released a collection of Chicago Roman Catholic parish records. The records in this collection span the years from 1843 (when the diocese of Chicago was first formed) to 1925.