Arthur Kurzweil's Encyclopedia of Jewish Genealogy lists the LDS numbers for
the 1848 census.
I ordered the number he listed for Hajdu county and found it to be incorrect.
When I checked the book with the librarian we noticed that the number was
out of sequence with the other numbers in the census. So I ordered the
number that seemed logical considering the other numbers. Another mistake.
Does anyone know if the Hajdu portion of the 1848 census is extant and on film?
I don't see it included in Debbi Korman's listing in the contents of the
census on the H-SIG web site. But I believe that I found it listed on the
LDS computer and ordered that number too which was also incorrect.
PS. Debbi's List:
Bekes and Bihar - 719,823
Also on 719,823 are the census pages for the free cities of Debreczen,
Eperjes (Presov), Gyongyos, Gyor, Miskolcz, Modor (now Modra, close to
Bratislava), Nagy-Szombat (Trnava), Szakolcza (now Skalica near Nitra),
Trenscen, Ujvidek, Temesvar and Zombor.
Esztergom, Baranya, Csanad, Csongrad, Fejer, Gyor, Komarom,
Kozep-Snolnok (later Szilagy) - 719,824
Krasso, Kraszna (later Szilagy), Marmaros, Moson, Szabolcs, Tolna -
Trenscen, Turocz, Ung - 719,826
Vas, Veszprem - 719,827
Zala - 719,828