February 2022 Webinar – Introducing the 1921 Census of England & Wales with Paul Nixon Posted 30 December 2021 by Julie GoucherUsed with the permission of Find My Past The 1921 Census of England and Wales is here. Join Findmypast for an unmissable exploration of the biggest new arrival in family history. After years spent digitising and transcribing this unique snapshot of our recent history, discover the stories and secrets contained within. Along with the historical context, tips for effective searching and using it to trace elusive relatives, we’ll learn how the 1921 Census will help you understand your ancestors’ lives better. And your own. Paul Nixon is the Content Licensing Manager for Findmypast, regularly discussing content and genealogical datasets with family historians and archival organisations. About the webinars: Join the Guild of One-Name Studies for this webinar, as we welcome the long awaited 1921 Census. The largest record release ever by the National Archives and Findmypast, a national, comprehensive release and the last for 30 years in England and Wales. The webinar took place on 16 February 2022, to view the recording click the image below: The team at Find My Past are interested if you have dabbled in the 1921 Census and made a fascinating discovery. To let the FMP team know you can email them at firstname.lastname@example.org You can also read the FMP blog where they have shared other useful bits of information about genealogy and the 1921 Census.