Yup, you read that right!
The 1931 census for England and Wales has not survived, but that for Scotland has. With the 1921 Scottish census a year late in its release, we are now just 9 years away from the release of the 1931 census by the National Records of Scotland (www.nrscotland.gov.uk).
In the meatime, you can read more about the 1931 census at http://www4.histpop.org/ohpr/servlet/PageBrowser2?ResourceType=Census&ResourceType=Legislation&ResourceType=Essays&ResourceType=Registrar%20General&ResourceType=TNA&SearchTerms=1931%20scotland&simple=yes&path=Results/Census&active=yes&treestate=expandnew&titlepos=0&mno=243&tocstate=expandnew&tocseq=100&display=sections&display=tables&display=pagetitles&pageseq=first-nonblank
Happy St. Andrew's Day!
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