I am conducting research for a family and I came across something today that I have not come across before. An individual is listed three times in the 1911 Census. If the Censuses are to provide population data (as well as other really important stuff), I wonder how inflated the world’s population is.
Kate is listed twice on the England census and once on the Canadian census. The 1911 England census was taken on Apr 2, 1911. Kate appears once at her home address and once again at the address where she was working as a domestic (servant). In May Kate immigrated from England to Canada. The 1911 Canadian census was taken June 2, 1911. Kate is now in Toronto and listed on the Canadian census.
Makes you wonder???