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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolm99 View Post
    Right -that needs a plan B...
    Plan B>

    Still living in Windsor Green, Cockfield

    William, 52, Ag Lab, Liverpool
    Sophia,44, Cockfield
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    N.B. all the children were born in Cockfield
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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolm99 View Post
    RG10 Piece 1720 fol. 60 p. 11

    This is a Census Reference Number which is used to help identify a particular entry in the Census schedules.

    Have a look at this> http://www.british-genealogy.com/cen...eferences.html
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    I can't get a grip on what went wrong here.

    Folio 60 has pages 9 and 10

    Then there's page 12.

    Then there's folio 61 consisting of pages 13 and 14.

    Is there some underlying problem with the foliation? Can someone check on FMP or somewhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by malcolm99 View Post
    DavyTee - we're having trouble finding it on Ancestry - see Peter's post. Don't worry though as it's definitely the right census return.

    We'll get back to you a bit later if you can hang on.
    Ok thanks both of you. Im off to work now but will keep a look out on me mobile.

    Thanks for all your help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Goodey View Post
    I can't get a grip on what went wrong here.

    Folio 60 has pages 9 and 10

    Then there's page 12.

    Then there's folio 61 consisting of pages 13 and 14.

    Is there some underlying problem with the foliation? Can someone check on FMP or somewhere?
    Folio 59 stamped on p.7
    Folio 60 stamped on p.9
    Folio 61 stamped on p.13

    The page and schedule numbers are sequential from p. 7 though to p. 13.

    It must be an inserted sheet. At least DavyTee’s now got the information he wanted.
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    Thanks for checking. It's as if TNA missed out a sheet when they were stamping the folio numbers. Perhaps this confused the Ancestry scanners (although it shouldn't because it was only scanned from microfilm)

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    thanks again for your help is the actual census on ancestry then

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    Everything except the one page on which your family appears. Fortunately that page is available on findmypast.
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    If you want to see the original census image yourself, you can go to FMP and buy credits to see it. It won't cost very much. (People on this site are experts at spending other people's money!).
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    cant thank you enough. love this forum

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