I stand to be corrected in this, but I think the numbering of enumeration
districts was set at county or similar level rather than civil parish.
However, it did get me looking at Ancestry's 'Known problems with 1861 piece
numbers' section. Following Ancestry's advice underneath the schedules of
'problem pieces', it seems the pieces for Llanllwchaiarn (RG9/4191 & 4251,
according to the National Archives search) should be complete.
Or does anyone else know better?
From: payman(a)blueyonder.co.uk [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: 21 February 2007 13:47
Subject: Re: [Dyfed] CGN New Quay/Llanllwchaiarn 1861 Census - EVANS
I've been looking for a record in the 1861 Census on Ancestry, but I
it's either missing from the transcriptions, or it's been poorly
transcribed. I wonder if anyone can help from any alternative 1861 records
for any of the following family:
Daniel EVANS b 1836 Llandisiliogogo - Shipwright
Mary EVANS b 1834 Llangranog
Sarah EVANS b 1859 Llanllwchaiarn/New Quay
Elizabeth EVANS b 1860 Llanllwchaiarn/New Quay
They MAY have been living at a farm named Troedyrhiw in Llanllwchaiarn/New
Thanks for looking!
The first 16 enties for this district appear to be missing. Page 1 on
Ancestry commences with entry number 17.
1861 Wales Census > Cardiganshire > Llanllwchaiarn > District 17