Have ancestors from England and Wales?

This collection is a must have!

For a limited time only, you can get a subscription to the 1841-1901 England and Wales census indexes and images for only $9.98 – 45% off the regular yearly price of $17.98.

This offer is available until February 6, 2016.

Take advantage of this 50% limited time offer to learn more about your ancestors including:

    • First name and surname
    • Age
    • Sex
    • Occupation
    • Country of birth



Per Month
Includes unlimited access to the census collection, billed monthly.



6 Months
Includes unlimited access to the census collection. Save more than 16% with 6-month billing.

Included collections

1841 Census Records and Images
1851 Census Records and Images
1861 Census Records and Images
1871 Census Records and Images
1881 Census Records and Images
1891 Census Records and Images
1901 Census Records and Images
That’s over 169,124,238 names!


The decennial UK census began in 1801 and has been conducted every 10 years except 1941. The 1841 census was the first to include the names of every individual.

Why search the census for your ancestors? The census is one of the first places to look for information.

It provides a snapshot about your ancestor’s life, their family, and where they lived at that moment in time.

1841 includes

  • First name and surname
  • Age (rounded down to the nearest 5 for everyone over 15 years of age)
  • Sex
  • Occupation
  • The country the person was born in.

1851-1901 includes

    • First and middle name (or a middle initial) and surname
    • Relationship to the head of house
    • Marital status
    • Age at last birthday
    • Sex
    • Occupation
    • County and parish of birth (for those born in England or Wales)
    • Country of birth (if born outside of England)
    • Medical disabilities
    • Language
    • Address

The UK Census collection on RootsPoint details individuals enumerated in the 1841-1901 census records of England and are linked to the actual images of the census records, reproduced courtesy of The National Archives, Kew, England. This census record collection contains 169,124,238 names.