Is the 1911 census available to search on this site?
I don't think so.
Although they seem to be constantly adding content, MH does not have a lot of Canadian coverage yet, and and what they have is mostly for eastern Canada. If you go to SuperSearch and click Canadian Census, the only one in the list is 1871 for Ontario.
I was at the Archives Canada site yesterday and was surprised to learn that the censuses are not searchable online from there. In fact, you'll see at that page that the recently released 1921 Canadian census is only available with a subscription to ancestry.com or ancestry.ca.
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You, or whoever has access to his computer, could logon as he and then transfer ownership. If his password is unknown, a local computer technician may be able to excavate it, or you could ask MH staff to reset it for you.
However that means I am logging on as my Father who will be in the Family Tree as deceased. Is this the only option. Surely this has happened before and another family member/friend can take over the site? Or do they need to actually pay a new subscription and then get access?
Most of you will notice that your posts have been deleted. This has been done by me as I have now contacted all of you into your personal inboxes with the fix for this problem.
Should there be any new users approaching this forum topic with a "TinyMCE Script Error" when trying to use the notes section in the FTB software please contact me at Support@myheritage.com with my name "Dean" and "Script Error" in the subject matter and I will personally forward you the fix for this problem.
This will help me/us to keep track of all users that have or are experiencing this problem.
I would like to again thank you all on behalf of all the team for your untiring patience and cooperation regarding this matter.
Just ran a book using the newer free version, and the dates were continuous up to present day; since I did the book for a man who died in 1953, I had thought it would stop there. But it kept going through collateral branches right to my own grandkids.
Next, I ran a book using the older paid version. Since I hadn't paid, this gave me a book with SAMPLE watermarked on each page. It gave far more control and a better-looking product than the free one-- you get what you pay for -- but it also include all dates.
Wasn't able to find the gap you observed.
I suggest you run a couple of more books on other individuals, see if it leaves a gap again for you. If you can make it happen reliably, report the names of the people you booked to email@example.com
myheritage suggest that I can update with some data from findagrave.com, but the information from findagrave is wrong on the myheritage page.(It's correct on findagrave.com!)
How do I get the corrected?
Tom's reply to you is right. I've also run into this. Also, keep in mind that the information on "Find a Grave" is not always accurate. That information is added by thousands of volunteers all over the world, and while they are usually very carefull, they sometimes enter incorrect information. For instance, I've found a date of birth as 1900, and right next to it was a picture of the gravestone that clearly showed it was 1908. Happy hunting!
The support folks were kind enough to tell me a bit about how this works (not that I understood it all).
Find a Grave, like the other data sites, communicates periodically with MH to provide updated information -- in this case, new graves, new photos, corrected dates etc. These updates are then made available to SuperSearch. The next time you search, you'd find the corrected and updated information. I guess that's an incentive to run the search periodically even on people you've previously researched.