Family History Center Microfilm Number 0221060, pages 184 to 289, contains the 1851 Census for St. Stephen In Brannel, Cornwall, England. The census enumerator left a household schedule with each home in his district. Households were to list those present in the house during the night of the 30th March, 1851. The next morning the enumerator collected the schedules and recopied the information into his enumeration book. The enumerator then turned the schedules and his book over to the Registrar who double checked the records and then forwarded them on to the Census Office in London.
Columns for the 1851 Census were and listings for this extract: 'No. of Householder's Schedule; 'Name of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House'; 'Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851'; 'Relation to Head of Family', Condition (married, unmarried, widow, widower), 'Age of Male/Female'; 'Rank, Profession, or Occupation'; 'Where Born'; 'Whether Bline, or Deaf and Dumb'.
Designation for the 1851 census is HO 107/1908, which appears at the bottom of each microfilm page. The census page number appears in the upper right-hand corner on every other page. Another page number is shown in the upper center portion of each page.
All are listed born within the Parish of St. Stephen In Brannel, unless otherwise noted in this extract.
Some enumeration abbreviations: serv - servant; ag - agriculture; lab - laborer/labourer; dau - daughter; mar - married; u - unmarried; w/wid/widr - widow/widower; mo - months.