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Help with 1911 Census

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Hi
I am a member of ancestry and am struggling to find relatives on the 1911 census. I am looking for Arthur Kitching, born 1866 in Hull, married to Gertrude, nee Witherwick. I have trawled through about 1000 pages of the 1911 census trying to find them to no avail. I have tried looking at 1901 census and using the info as to where they lived at that time but I cannot make any sense of how to make an accurate search as the info on 1901 census as to where they lived does not seem to tally up with the info required to search. I am starting to lose heart and can see hours upon hours of trawling through all of the different enumeration numbers for each sub-registration district. Any help on how to search more efficiently would be much appreciated.
Thanks
Abbie
 

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