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From: "Hugh Waterhouse" <>
Subject: Re: [SHEFF] help 1861 census index
Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2001 21:59:39 +0100
well, I exaggerated when I wrote:
> >Many (all?) of the street indexes for Sheffield census returns are
> >into two - 'Sheffield' and 'Ecclesall Bierlow' reflecting this structure.
> >Nether Hallam is certainly covered in the latter.
Only the street indexes for 1881 and 1891 are divided in this way. For each
of 1841-1871 there are single indexes covering 'Sheffield' and 'Ecclesall
Bierlow' together. They vary as to how much of North-East Derbyshire and the
rest of South Yorkshire they cover.
Yes, Ecclesall Bierlow is definitely included in the 1861 volume.
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