1911 census - no house numbers for my road

(4 Posts)
SimLondon Fri 13-Dec-13 13:58:16

So was being curious (saw 'who lived in my house' gift on NOTHS) and i wondered if it was possible to find out from the 1911 census who lived in my house and their occupation. So i looked on the 1911census website and it seems that the houses didn't have numbers back then so it's just surname, my road.

Is there any other way of finding out?

ivykaty44 Fri 10-Jan-14 20:03:06

The 1911 census has house number which is on page 3, so the inside right hand side bottom right. This is where the head of the household wrote thier name and address, it should be on each set of paper work

The 1911 census is the first where the original papers were kept and published all the others had been transcribed into large ledgers

ivykaty44 Fri 10-Jan-14 20:04:50

The 1911 census has house number which is on page 3, so the inside right hand side bottom right. This is where the head of the household wrote thier name and address, it should be on each set of paper work

The 1911 census is the first where the original papers were kept and published all the others had been transcribed into large ledgers

ivykaty44 Fri 10-Jan-14 20:04:50

The 1911 census has house number which is on page 3, so the inside right hand side bottom right. This is where the head of the household wrote thier name and address, it should be on each set of paper work

The 1911 census is the first where the original papers were kept and published all the others had been transcribed into large ledgers

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