Looking for where our ancestors lived in the years that followed the 1911 census, can be difficult for family historians. A good solution for the family history researcher is to turn to is the 1921 census substitute such as that offered by TheGenealogist. By making use of a set of Trade, Residential and Telephone Directories, some of which link to a Google map that will identify where the property had been, this resource will allow genealogists to look for householders in these directories. A search returns us many names from that time - some of whom will be our recent ancestors, while others are famous people we can recognise to this day.
To do a search for the engineer and founder of the Rolls-Royce company, Henry Royce, we can turn to TheGenealogist.