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    it is written on the 1871 census of Affpuddle on the last page of Enumeration District 1 (which has covered the tithings of Bryantspuddle, Tonerspuddle and Throop)
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    Rogers Hill Parish.
     
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    I don't know if anyone can help me -- the 1871 census for Affpuddle Enumeration District 1 RG10/1997 is missing the following folio/pages:

    5/2; 7/5; 8/8; 10/12

    Since i am trying to prepare a transcript for OPC Dorset I kinda need them :(o_O
     
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    They seem to be on FMP - would you like me to send them to you? (I assume the orginal not the transcription)
     
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    yes please (I'll do my own transcription)

    Already running into similar problems with Enumeration District 2 :confused:
     
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    Also in Affpuddle but ED2 this time I am looking at the Grant family here, the father has clearly been entered as Elizabeth, but a correction has been written over the top ... something -abed?
     
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    I think it's Edward. The family appears on the 1861 census at RG9/1347/125/20 :)
     
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    From the 1861 census Edward. I wouldn't have got it without though.
     

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