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From: Maureen Burton <>
Subject: Re: [Lon] 1841 census ?
Date: Sat, 31 Dec 2005 10:03:52 +0000
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Just before Christmas I decided to buy 1841 - 1871 Census and couldn't make
head nor tail of the pricing, so sent them an email.
What they sent back was so complicated, that I eventually wote it all down
on paper and made my own calculation. Sent off the money and they haven't
But we have complained about the poor indexing and quality of images.
Just my two pennorth!
On 12/31/05, Ron Lankshear (Sydney Aust) <> wrote:
> Do those people want customers?
> I agree very difficult to decipher their various plans.
> personal is from 4.66 and when you click more it talks about 5.00 pmth -
> and then annual 55.95 is 4.66 pm - and you get 800 credits But what a
> credit means I could not see. and of course we don't know what credit
> usage would be.
> So it would make sense to take out Premium plan 68.95 annual which
> appears to say you get everything.
> except when I look at chart of what is provided I see prices against
> items - 24.95 for 1841 - but at top it says Pay as you go price
> and as a header - all inclusive subs currently include -
> I suppose this implies for 68.95 you get unlimited access to everything.
> Even Norfolk PRs which by themselves are 79.95 ?????
> And that was the plan someone I spoke to recently had and said they
> found it useful.
> So read the terms etc and if it looks like you want it - send them a
> note ask for confirmation.
> Ron Lankshear - many Links at http://freepages.rootsweb.com/~lankshear/
> Claire wrote:
> > I'd like to put the same query regarding the Genealogist site for
> > accessing the 41 census. I wonder if someone subscribed could suggest
> > what night be the best option? Also can you just purchase month by
> > month or is it monthly payments over a 12 month period? I have a
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