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Because of the size of this Piece (20821 person entries) it was indexed as 16 separate EDs.
HO 107-1474 Chelsea North East 1851 Census
(Sub district of CHELSEA RD)
Alphabetically-ordered Surname lists ***
Extracted from Census page images.
NOTE: This Piece has already been surname-indexed by West
Middlesex FHS and published on microfiche.
For current information, see the Publications page of their website.
|ALL 1474 ED surnames pages have now been converted|
|to the 'OFFICIAL' Folio numbering scheme.|
See UK1851Folios page.
*** As this is a very large Piece, the surnames are listed separately
for each of the 16 Enumeration Districts.
They were to be combined into a single list for the whole Piece, but the FreeFind Site search facility makes this unnecessary, so they will be left as separate lists.
|space||ED 1 surnames||ED 5 surnames||ED 9 surnames||ED 13 surnames|
|ED 2 surnames||ED 6 surnames||ED 10 surnames||ED 14 surnames|
|ED 3 surnames||ED 7 surnames||ED 11 surnames||ED 15 surnames|
|ED 4 surnames||ED 8 surnames||ED 12 surnames||ED 16 surnames|
Folio Numbers should appear on the Even-numbered Enumerator pages (the 'r' pages), in the Top-Right corner, but many are missing or illegible.
Enumerator page number should appear at Top-Centre of the page, but may also be missing or illegible.
You may need to find a recognisable Folio number, and navigate forward or back from that.
The 'Official / Approved / Conventional' Folio Numbering and coding system
The Folio is deemed to start on the page bearing the stamped Folio Number, (not to be confused with the Enumerator Page number).
[Folio numbers are unique within a Piece, but Enumerator Page numbers are repeated several times within the same Piece]
The first (Front) page of the Folio is the 'Recto' page, coded usually by the letter r
(but this may sometimes be omitted, leaving only the Folio number)
The second (Back) page of the Folio is the 'Verso' page, coded usually by the letter v
Some indexers have used 'a' instead of 'r' , and 'b' instead of 'v'. , and this can be seen in some 1851 indexes on microfiche or in printed form.