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Findmypast’s 1940 Census Hunt – Week 4 ›

29 April, 2012

Each week findmypast presents a weekly 1940 Census Hunt, a chance to put your 1940 census browsing skills to the test. The first person to complete the challenge, and e-mail their results (a short step-by-step description of how you found each individual and a copy of the census images) to rdenning@brightsolid.com will receive 500 credits on findmypast.com and a writeup on… Read more ›

Findmypast’s 1940 Census Hunt – Week 3 ›

22 April, 2012

Findmypast’s 1940 Census Hunt – Week 3 Each week findmypast presents a weekly 1940 Census Hunt, a chance to put your 1940 census browsing skills to the test. The first person to complete the challenge, and e-mail their results (a short step-by-step description of how you found each individual and a copy of the census images) to rdenning@brightsolid.com will receive 500… Read more ›

Findmypast’s 1940 Census Hunt – Titanic ›

10 April, 2012

Welcome to the findmypast 1940 Census Hunt! Each week findmypast will present the weekly 1940 Census Hunt, a chance to put your 1940 census browsing skills to the test. The first person to complete the challenge, and e-mail their results (a short step-by-step description of how you found each individual and a copy of the census images) to rdenning@brightsolid.com will receive… Read more ›

Find Bette Davis in the 1940 Census and win a 6-month subscription ›

4 April, 2012

Today, April 5, 2012 marks what would have been the 104th birthday of Bette Davis. While we have continued to post our finds in the 1940 census over the past few days, we have yet to find Bette Davis and are inviting you to help us look! Here are the details: The first person to find Bette Davis in the… Read more ›

Gerald R. Ford ›

4 April, 2012

We accepted the challenge from the Ford Presidential Library to locate President Ford in the 1940 U.S Census. We got him in under an hour living with his parents in Grand Rapids, Michigan