Tuesday 29 January 2019

More progress on NAI's census corrections project

The National Archives of Ireland has advised that a further batch of census corrections have been applied to both the 1901 and 1911 censuses on their free Genealogy website.

John Grenham MAGI is carrying out the project to check and approve what was a huge backlog of user-submitted corrections. At his last progress report at the end of September he calculated he was about 64% of the way through. I imagine he'll confirm current state of play in due course.

These corrections are being applied exclusively to the NAI's online census database.