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Trawsgrifiadau Cyfrifiad/Census Transcriptions

Mae rhestr y trawsgrifiadau sydd wedi'u cwblhau i'w gweld uchod. Byddwn yn awr yn symyd ymlaen ac yn ychwanegu Plwyfi eraill cyfagos i bentref Y Ffôr ac ar draws Pen Llŷn yn y dyfodol agos.

Cofiwch mai trawsgrifiad ydyw'r rhain, ac o ganlyniad gall fod gwallau'n bresenol. Dylech bob amser wirio unrhyw gofnod yn erbyn y ffurflenni gwreiddiol. Os y dowch ar draws unrhyw wallau, a fuasech mor garedig a'm gwybyddu fel y gallaf eu cywiro.

The list of census transcriptions already completed are shown above. Additional Parishes around Y Ffôr and through the whole of Pen Llŷn will be added in the near future.

Please remember that these are transcription, and therefore liable to contain some errors. Always check any details against the original returns. If you do find any errors, please let me know so that I can correct them.

Census Returns

The census returns record details of people present in England and Wales on the date of each census. From 1841, the census returns for England and Wales were compiled using the same system of registration districts and sub-districts that was used for the registration of births, marriages and deaths. This means that there is a direct link between the two most important 19th-century sources for family historians.

Each registrar's sub-district was divided into a number of enumeration districts, each of which was the responsibility of an enumerator. The enumerator delivered a form known as a schedule to each household a few days before census night, and collected the completed schedules the day after. The schedules were then sorted, and the details copied into the census enumerators' books.

It is these books which have survived for 1841 to 1901 and which can be seen today. The original householders' schedules were later destroyed with the exception of 1911.


The 1841 census was the first to ask detailed questions about individuals. The following information was recorded about each person:


From 1851 to 1901 the format of the census returns and the range of questions asked remained largely the same. The following details can be found for each individual:

The full address is given and, progressively with each census, more information about the dwelling itself.


As well as information provided in the previous censuses, 1911 is notable for the extra information supplied and because the returns completed by the householders themselves were kept for the first time. This allows researchers to see the subject's handwriting as well as some unsolicited supplementary information. Other details include: