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Search for your ancestors in the 1891 Scottish census on findmypast.co.uk
The 1891 census recorded the population of Scotland at around 4,016,000. Anyone with Scottish ancestors will be keen to search these records for new details to add to their family tree.
As with the 1841-1881 Scottish censuses we’ve already published on findmypast.co.uk, we have freshly transcribed the 1891 census records to make it as easy as possible to find who you’re looking for.
We will soon publish the 1901 Scottish census on findmypast.co.uk, marking the completion of our project to bring you the 1841-1901 Scottish census collection.
The 1891 Scottish census could bring you crucial new information about your ancestors, so it’s well worth a search, even if you haven’t been able to find who you’re looking for in the earlier Scottish censuses.
The high quality of our transcriptions makes it easy to discover the crucial details about your ancestors’ lives. It is not possible to view the original census images on findmypast.co.uk, due to the licensing regulations of the General Register Office for Scotland.
You can now search the 1841 and 1851 censuses for Scotland on findmypast.co.uk
We have freshly transcribed these records to bring you full and detailed information about your Scottish ancestors, so if you haven’t been able to find who you’re looking for in the past, it’s well worth another try now.
Findmypast.co.uk’s transcription accuracy is well over 98% and we think you’ll find our transcriptions more accurate than any other online family history company.
Find out the crucial details about your ancestors by viewing our high-quality transcriptions. Due to the General Register Office for Scotland’s licensing regulations, it is not possible to view the original census images on findmypast.co.uk
The release of the 1841 and 1851 Scottish censuses marks the first step of our ongoing project to bring you closer to your Scottish ancestors. We will publish the rest of the Scottish censuses as we transcribe them, so you can expect to see regular releases in the coming months.