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« on: Wednesday 01 June 05 15:57 BST (UK) »
Suffolk Census and Parish Record Availability

Suffolk Parish Records
Most of the surviving Anglican Parish Records are held at the Suffolk Record Office.  Microfiche copies are available.   (pdf document)

Some Parish Records are also available for sale by the SFHS.

Suffolk Census

1841 1901 Census information is available from by subscription,and on on a pay as you go basis.

The 1911 census is only currently available from findmypast.

The 1851 census has been indexed by the Suffolk Family History Society and is available for sale at Genfair and from SFHS publications and online at -subscription site.

The following parishes are missing, believed lost in 1851;
Dalham, Exning, Gazeley, Higham, Lidgate, Newmarket St Mary, Moulton, Ousden.


The transcribed 1881 census is available free of charge courtesy of the LDS;

If you wish to look at the original document, this is available  at and

All censuses and most parish records are available for viewing for a nominal fee at LDS Family History Centres worldwide. They are also available for viewing at the Suffolk Record Office

Rick :)

Census information is Crown Copyright