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Author:  Holgar [ Wed Mar 16, 2011 2:35 pm ]
Post subject:  is there an error on this page on your site

On the automatedgenealogy.com website I found a relative, Richard Lancefield, on the 1901 census. It lists the page as follows:
1901 Census of Canada Page Information
District: ON HAMILTON (City/Cité) (#69)
Subdistrict: Ward/Quartier No. 3 C-1 Page 8


C-1 has only pages 1-4 on the National Archive site. Are pages missing on the archive site, or has your transcriber written the wrong information?

Author:  gordhaddow [ Wed Mar 16, 2011 7:02 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: is there an error on this page on your site

The 1901 census has 2 schedules, #1 which is the data which has been transcribed here, and #2 which relates the data pages to addresses. C-1 Schedule 2 has only 4 pages, but C-1 Schedule 1 has 19 pages. Hope this clears up your confusion.
Gord

Author:  Holgar [ Wed Mar 16, 2011 7:50 pm ]
Post subject:  Re: is there an error on this page on your site

Thanks so much. Every time I tried to click on the split screen option my computer froze. I tried to use the National Archive site and put in "district 69". What came up appeared to be in order of a-1, b-1 etc, but I didn't notice that the schedule number was different. For some reason c-1 schedule 1 is not adjacent to c-1 schedule 2 in the results so it took a long scroll-down and page-forward session to get to it. Now that I know that the schedule number makes a difference I'll be able to find anything like this in the future. Cheers!

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