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Offline JenB

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Re: Missing parts of 1901 census in England?
« Reply #9 on: Friday 05 April 19 18:40 BST (UK) »
But when I go my local library next I will check it out to see if the image has been mistranscribed.

Not quite sure what you mean? I transcribed the entry from the original page.

It is correctly transcribed on Family Search. https://www.familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:X96J-5P6
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Re: Missing parts of 1901 census in England?
« Reply #10 on: Friday 05 April 19 18:59 BST (UK) »
Sorry. What I meant was that some handwriting is pretty poor on the census returns that have my family on them. Was just hoping it might have been 'misread' somehow.

But thank you so so much for this!!
Northants - Stevenson, Smith, Spriggs, Hight, Dodson, Coleman
Swansea - Thomas, Williams, Howell, David, Rees, Griffiths, Jenkins, Bevan
Rutland - Hales
Derbyshire - Harlow, Riley, Pemberton, Aldred
Yorkshire - Stamper, Boyes, Duke
London - Harper, Wallis
Essex - Shelford, Wallis, Read, Stanes
Hertfordshire - Bishop
Cornwall - Johns, Soper, Rowe, Ball, Webb, Dunn, Quintrell, Hain, Oliver
Gloucestershire - Harper, Ash, Gregory, Denman
County Durham - Proud, Duke
Yorkshire - Stamper, Pickering

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