Notable events on this day, 2nd April, in years gone by:

Sunday 2nd April 1871
A census of the whole population of the UK was taken. Records concerning the surname Hickmore and its variants are available on the Hickmore Archive website.

Sunday 2nd April 1871
A Federal Census was taken in Canada.

Tuesday 2nd April 1895
26-year-old Edith Hickmore, daughter of the late groom John Hickmore, married labourer Harry Nye at Eastbourne Register Office in Sussex, England.

Sunday 2nd April 1911
A census of the whole population of the UK was taken. Records concerning the surname Hickmore and its variants are available on the Hickmore Archive website.

Sunday 2nd April 1911
Australia's first national census was conducted, the official operative time being midnight.

Tuesday 2nd April 1991
The first stage of a move in GRO certificate production work from London to Southport was completed when marriage certificates began to be produced in Southport.

Thursday 2nd April 1998
Software designed specifically for dealing with amounts of unrelated, or minimally related, family history data was released under the name 'Custodian'.



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