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    1911 lookup (not Ancestry)

    Could someone kindly look up this chap and tell me the schedule number, which is not transcribed by Ancestry and I cannot see it anywhere on the image.

    Name: Frederick Charles Harvey
    Age in 1911: 41
    Estimated Birth Year: abt 1870
    Relation to Head: Head
    Gender: Male
    Birth Place: Chatham, Kent, England
    Civil Parish: Fareham
    Piece: 5664
    Last edited by webwiz; 08-10-21, 08:06. Reason: Deleted image of original
    People: Canton, Wiseman, Colthup, Scrace
    Places: Pembrokeshire, Kent.

    #2
    FMP transcription
    First name(s) Frederick Charles
    Last name Harvey
    Relationship Head
    Marital status Married
    Sex Male
    Age 41
    Age as transcribed 41
    Birth year 1870
    Birth place Kent Chartham
    Birth place as transcribed Kent Chartham
    Occupation Asylum engineer
    Institution name Hants County Lunatic Asylum
    Institution description Hants County Lunatic Asylum
    Full address Fareham, Hampshire, England
    Street -
    Address Fareham
    Parish Fareham
    County Hampshire
    Country England
    Registration district Fareham
    Registration district number 92
    Sub district Fareham
    Sub district number 1
    Enumeration district 17
    Archive reference RG14
    Piece number 5664
    Schedule 9999
    Census reference RG14PN5664 RD92 SD1 ED17 SN9999
    RG 78 piece number 256

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      #3
      Thanks.
      People: Canton, Wiseman, Colthup, Scrace
      Places: Pembrokeshire, Kent.

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        #4
        I wonder where FMP get the SN from.
        People: Canton, Wiseman, Colthup, Scrace
        Places: Pembrokeshire, Kent.

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          #5
          I had it in the back of my mind that institutions didn't have schedule numbers, and a quick check at the National Archives has confirmed this: https://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/...-in-the-census

          The 1911 census
          For the first time the household schedules were kept, instead of being copied into enumeration books. Each piece represents an enumeration district, and instead of folio numbers, each household has a unique schedule number in the top right-hand corner, so that a reference will be in the format RG 14/26288 Sch 227.

          Institutions and vessels do not have schedule numbers, instead the information was recorded directly into special enumeration books with numbered pages, as in previous census years.


          If you skip back a few pages from the entry for Frederick Charles Harvey, you'll see the cover for the Enumeration Book

          I think FmP have just used 9999 whenever there is no schedule number - the same Piece & Schedule number has been given to the barracks etc at Fort Fareham, Hampshire.

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            #6
            Thanks. That explains a couple of things.
            People: Canton, Wiseman, Colthup, Scrace
            Places: Pembrokeshire, Kent.

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