Here you can examine the Census Records from 1841 to 1911 in original, transcribed .pdf and Excel format.
You will see below the original Census pages, or the transcribed pages or Excel spreadsheet.
When you open the transcribed or Excel spreadsheet pages, you can search for the information you want e.g. surnames, forenames, house names etc.
The 1939 Register provides a snapshot of the civilian population of England and Wales just after the outbreak of the Second World War. As the 1931 census for England and Wales was destroyed by fire during the Second World War and no census was taken in 1941, the Register provides the most complete survey of the population of England and Wales between 1921 and 1951, making it an invaluable resource for family, social and local historians. The Register is available to search and view on our partner sites Findmypast.co.uk (charges apply) and Ancestry.co.uk (charges apply). For more details see section 5. You can learn more about the 1939 Register by watching our webinar on Using the 1939 Register. The 1939 Register was taken on 29 September 1939. The information was used to produce identity cards and, once rationing was introduced in January 1940, to issue ration books. Information in the Register was also used to administer conscription and the direction of labour, and to monitor and control the movement of the population caused by military mobilisation and mass evacuation