I WANT THE 1881 CENSUS!!!
As far as I am aware, 'FamilySearch' has NOT "Sold" the "1881, Census of England and Wales" to "www.FindMyPast.co.uk" [ www.FindMyPast.com ].
And, 'Yes', the other 'On-Line' Commercial PAID (ie. "Subscription") Websites DO have the Census of not only England and Wales; but, of many other Countries as well.
Please explain why you think 'FamilySearch' has NOT "Sold" the "1881, Census of England and Wales" to "www.FindMyPast.co.uk" [ www.FindMyPast.com ].
Here is an "Article" in the 'FamilySearch' "Wiki":
There were a number of DIFFERENT "Indexings" of that Census; and, some of those "Indexings" have been "Retired" from 'FamilySearch'; despite, the fact that, in many cases, they are ALREADY "Attached" to individuals/persons in "Family Tree" of 'FamilySearch'.
Are the "Retired" Records (ie. "Sources") to which you are referring?
IF, so; THEN, here is a "Knowledge Article" in 'FamilySearch':
What is a retired record?
Otherwise, here is another "Knowledge Article" in 'FamilySearch':
Why did some historical records disappear from FamilySearch?
Let us know the situation.
Hello @BettyForrest1 BettyForrest1
I was able to find a search within England and Wales, Census 1881
also there is this: https://www.familysearch.org/wiki/en/England_and_Wales_Census,_1881_-_FamilySearch_Historical_Records
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