Source:England. 1911 Census Returns of England and Wales

Source 1911 Census Schedules for England and Wales, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands
Author General Register Office. The National Archives (abbreviated TNA)
Coverage
Place England
Wales
Isle of Man
Channel Islands
Jersey
Year range 1911 - 1911
Subject Census records
Publication information
Type Government / Church records
Place issued Kew, Richmond, Greater London TW9 4DU, United Kingdom
Periodical / Series name RG 14. 1911 Census Schedules
Citation
General Register Office. The National Archives (abbreviated TNA). 1911 Census Schedules for England and Wales, Isle of Man and the Channel Islands. (Kew, Richmond, Greater London TW9 4DU, United Kingdom).
Repositories
Findmypast.comhttp://www.findmypast.co.uk/CensusPersonStartSea..Paid website
National Archives (United Kingdom)RG 14 General Register Office: 1911 Census SchedulesOther
Ancestry.comPaid website
FamilySearchSearch collection Free website

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The 1911 census was conducted based on information for 2 April 1911.

The setup of the census forms for the 1911 census differs from that used for the earlier censuses. In 1911 each household was handed a one-page questionnaire and the head was responsible for filling it in and returning it to the enumerator. Questions asked were similar to earlier censuses, but the results were tempered by the willingness of individual heads of households to provide information about their families, domestic staff and lodgers. The original forms are available as images on the commercial websites above.

Until 2003 the General Record Office was part of the Public Record Office (PRO) and had its offices first in St. Catherine's House, Chancery Lane, in central London, and later in the Family Records Centre, Islington. References to the PRO may appear in older documentation. For more information on the National Archives and the General Record Office, see Wikipedia

Another article in Wikipedia includes a "List of UK censuses" giving the date each census was held and the changes to questions asked.

Scotland and Northern Ireland maintain their census records separately.