A very quick help PLEASE

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lynne99
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A very quick help PLEASE

Post by lynne99 » 22 Dec 2018 19:39

I am trying to enter Gladys Manchester b Egremont Cheshire in 1890 into Lost cousins using 1911 census details. She is at Training College in Edmonton. I have her on ancestry piece No 7277 but There is no piece number on Ancestry. If any one has FMP please can they find this for me ie. SN ???
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Re: A very quick help PLEASE

Post by Bertieone » 22 Dec 2018 21:11

Lynne,

is it the census reference number you need, ending in SN


RG14PN7277 RD132 SD2 ED32 SN1
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Re: A very quick help PLEASE

Post by MaryA » 23 Dec 2018 06:02

I've noticed that for the 1911 census myself, even in my own stand alone programme I still like to add the source and Ancestry fails on that one.
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Re: A very quick help PLEASE

Post by lynne99 » 23 Dec 2018 08:52

Thanks Bertie , as Mary says Ancestry does not record the long number . If you need to find the SN number it is on the top right of the image (real) page. In this case it was not there. Thanks again and a very Happy Christmas to you both.

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