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1851 Sunday 30 March (PRO Class Reference HO107)

    Column 1
      No. of schedule, numbered from 1 consecutively per book
    Column 2
      Name of street, place or road, and name or number of house
    Column 3
      Name and surname
    Column 4
      Relationship to head of house
    Column 5
      Condition; marital status
    Column 6
      Age; separate columns for males and females
    Column 7
      Rank, profession or occupation
    Column 8
      Where born; county/place
    Column 9
      Whether blind, deaf-and-dumb

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1861 Sunday 7 April (PRO Class Reference RG9)

    Column 1
      No. of schedule, numbered from 1 consecutively per book
    Column 2
      Name of street, place or road, and name or number of house
    Column 3
      Houses; separate columns for inhabited and uninhabited or being built (entered as 'U' or 'B')
    Column 4
      Name and surname
    Column 5
      Relationship to head of family
    Column 6
      Condition; marital status
    Column 7
      Age; separate columns for males and females
    Column 8
      Rank, profession or occupation
    Column 9
      Where born; county/place
    Column 10
      Whether blind, deaf-and-dumb

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1871 Sunday 2 April (PRO Class Reference RG10)

    Column 1
      No. of schedule, numbered from 1 consecutively per book
    Column 2
      Name of street, place or road, and name or number of house
    Column 3
      Houses; separate columns for inhabited and uninhabited or being built
    Column 4
      Name and surname
    Column 5
      Relationship to head of family
    Column 6
      Condition; marital status
    Column 7
      Age; separate columns for males and females
    Column 8
      Rank, profession or occupation
    Column 9
      Where born; county/place
    Column 10
      Whether 1 Deaf & dumb, 2 Blind, 3 Imbecile or idiot, 4 Lunatic

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1881 Sunday 3 April (PRO Class Reference RG11)

    Column 1
      No. of schedule, numbered from 1 consecutively per book
    Column 2
      Name of street, place or road, and name or number of house
    Column 3
      Houses; separate columns for inhabited and uninhabited or being built (entered as 'U' or 'B')
    Column 4
      Name and surname
    Column 5
      Relationship to head of family
    Column 6
      Condition; marital status
    Column 7
      Age last birthday; separate columns for males and females
    Column 8
      Rank, profession or occupation
    Column 9
      Where born; county/place
    Column 10
      Whether 1 Deaf & dumb, 2 Blind, 3 Imbecile or idiot, 4 Lunatic

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1891 Sunday 5 April (PRO Class Reference RG12)

    Column 1
      No. of schedule, numbered from 1 consecutively per book
    Column 2
      Name of street, place or road, and name or number of house
    Column 3
      Houses; separate columns for inhabited and uninhabited or being built (entered as 'U' or 'B')
    Column 4
      Number of rooms occupied if less than five
    Column 5
      Name and surname
    Column 6
      Relationship to head of family
    Column 7
      Condition; marital status
    Column 8
      Age last birthday; separate columns for males and females
    Column 9
      Rank, profession or occupation
    Column 10
      Employer; 'X' inserted
    Column 11
      Employed; 'X' inserted
    Column 12
      Neither employer nor employed; 'X' inserted
    Column 13
      Where born; county/place
    Column 14
      Whether 1 Deaf & dumb, 2 Blind, 3 Lunatic, Imbecile or Idiot

In Wales and Monmouthshire only, the 1891 household schedules and enumeration books had an extra column for 'Language Spoken' which required either 'English', 'Welsh' or 'Both' to be entered.

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1901 Sunday 31 March (PRO Class Reference RG13)

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    Column 1
      No. of schedule, numbered from 1 consecutively per book
    Column 2
      Name of street, place or road, and name or number of house
    Column 3
      Houses; separate columns for inhabited, in occupation, not in occupation, being built
    Column 4
      Number of rooms occupied if less than five
    Column 5
      Name and surname
    Column 6
      Relationship to head of family
    Column 7
      Condition; marital status
    Column 8
      Age last birthday; separate columns for males and females
    Column 9
      Rank, profession or occupation
    Column 10
      Employer, worker, or on own account; answer to be written
    Column 11
      If working at home; answer to be written
    Column 12
      Where born; county/place
    Column 13
      Whether 1 Deaf & dumb, 2 Blind, 3 Lunatic, 4 Imbecile, feeble-minded

In Wales and Monmouthshire only, the 1901 household schedules and enumeration books had an extra column for 'Language Spoken' which required either 'English', 'Welsh' or 'Both' to be entered.

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