Salt Lake City, February 3, 2012- The MagiKey, LLC proudly announces that the 1940 U.S. Census extraction forms are available in its new release of MagiCensus Deluxe (version 3.1). In the last year MagiCensus has more than doubled the number of census extraction forms available, and now includes over 110 census forms across 10 countries. This makes it the largest collection of census extraction forms available for genealogy researchers. In honor of this milestone The MagiKey, LLC is offering conference specials for their first non-beta product, MagiCensus Deluxe, and their online webinars about Census Tracking. www.themagikey.com
With MagiCensus, family historians can easily extract census data, and convert it into a convenient table or timeline to reveal new information that they may not have known they had. This powerful tool automatically links extracted censuses to families in a user’s MagiCensus database, and compares census information and other database information in a side-by-side format for easy analysis.
MagiCensus Deluxe is a FamilySearch-certified, all-in-one, Windows-based software program. It is great for recording and organizing genealogy; as well as a GEDCOM editor, GEDCOM translator, extracting censuses, and a Census Tracker. Using the GEDCOM standard, it can easily be used in conjunction with other software. For more information please visit
A long time genealogist, and volunteer at the Family History Library in Adrian, Michigan, Virginia Majeske along with two of her daughters, Raelyn Davis and chief programmer Kaylene Thaler, who also volunteers at the Family History Library in Redmond, Washington, formed, The MagiKey, LLC in 2009.