England and Wales Census, 1901 - FamilySearch Historical Records/Known Issues
| This article lists issues previously reported for this collection and
may provide solutions or workarounds to those issues.
Note[edit | edit source]
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Known Issues[edit | edit source]
Question 1[edit | edit source]
Question 1: Some family members are not listed with the family unit or household in the record detail page. How can I find all the family members?
Answer 1: Always view the original image to validate correct family relationships. To work around the problem, search by last name and residence or event place. Families are grouped sequentially on the same image or an adjacent image. If a family unit begins on the bottom of a census page, and continues at the top of the next census page, the family members are generally not grouped together. In some cases, the enumerator recorded entries that are not in sequence. In other cases, the pages were out of order when filmed. View the images and watch for consecutive page numbers to assure correct family connections.
Question 2[edit | edit source]
Question 2: The record detail page is linked to the wrong image. How can I find the correct image?
Answer 2: From the record detail page, use either the last name, residence or event place, or page number information, or a combination of any of the search criteria, to find the correct image by clicking the right or left scroll arrow.
- Go to the England and Wales Census, 1901 - FamilySearch Historical Records article
- Go to the England and Wales Census, 1901 collection at FamilySearch.org