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Offline Subaru

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Re: missing pages of the 1861
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 21 February 07 02:12 GMT (UK) »
I haven't heard of that site, I'll try it tomorrow when I'm not as tired!!

Which names do you have for Whitehaven?

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Re: missing pages of the 1861
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 21 February 07 02:52 GMT (UK) »
My Whitehaven interest is Candlish. They seemed to be mostly mariners who eventually drifted down to Liverpool.
Findmypast used to be 1837online but as I said I have never actually used them myself so I don't know what they are like
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Re: missing pages of the 1861
« Reply #11 on: Monday 19 March 07 08:52 GMT (UK) »
Weybridge in 1841 is missing too


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Re: missing pages of the 1861
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 20 May 08 09:52 BST (UK) »
Findmypast seems to have moved the list in the first post, so here's an alternative link

http://www.sweffling.org.uk/1861.htm



edited -sorry this link no longer works. There's one on reply 16 which does.
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Re: missing pages of the 1861
« Reply #13 on: Saturday 09 August 08 14:38 BST (UK) »
My ancestors were at 23 Colville Place, St Pancras, London in 1861 and the census returns for that page have gone missing. Typical as well. But I know all the details so it would not really tell me much new but knowing my luck there may have been an elderly aunt with them for all I know.

I wonder what happened to those missing pages in terms of losses, either flood, or just mislaid and are hiding in some vault somehwere awaiting to be discovered???

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Re: missing pages of the 1861
« Reply #14 on: Monday 26 January 09 14:06 GMT (UK) »
Perhaps this thread is a good place to ask.

When you click on a civil parish in Ancestry, it takes you to the enumeration districts.  If the numbers are not consecutive, should we suspect that something is missing?  Or is this quite normal?

I have just looked for North Harborne, Staffs, which has just two districts, 14 and 16.  Should there be a 15?

I did once ask Ancestry about a similar "missing" district, and was told that they were "not aware of any missing district" (but they would say that, wouldn't they!)
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Re: missing pages of the 1861
« Reply #15 on: Saturday 21 February 09 14:05 GMT (UK) »
Hi,

In 2006 (I know a long time ago) you helped someone with reference to missing pages of the census 1861.  I am trying to find family members in 1871 in Plymouth, is it possible that these pages could be missing too?

I've tried accessing the web link that you gave to the other person (shown below) but it doesn't work anymore.  Is there somewhere else I can find out what pages are missing from the census of all years?

http://www.1837online.com/Trace2web/resources/census/missingpieces.jsp

Any help would be greatly appreciated

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Re: missing pages of the 1861
« Reply #16 on: Saturday 21 February 09 14:07 GMT (UK) »
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Re: missing pages of the 1861
« Reply #17 on: Saturday 21 February 09 14:13 GMT (UK) »
The National Archives shows these PIECE #s for 1871 and makes no comment about them being completely or partially Missing or Wanting ...

RG 10/2112 Registration Sub-District 1A Charles Civil Parish, Township or Place: Plymouth (6): Charles (pt) (Divided between RG 10/2109 & 2112-2116) 1871

RG 10/2117 Registration Sub-District 2A St Andrew Civil Parish, Township or Place: Plymouth: St Andrew (pt) (Divided between RG 10/2109 & 2117-2123) 1871

RG 10/2124 Civil Parish, Township or Place: Plymouth Lighthouses and Breakwater 1871
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