The English census indexing splits any family spread over two pages, into 2 separate households
In the English census my families often appear with a portion of the family at the foot of one page and the rest of them at the top of the next page.
The English census is indexed in such a way that a family spread over two pages like that, is indexed as 2 separate families. I manage to work around that because I search separately for the people who are recorded on the disconnected page.
2 PROBLEMS ARISING from that are -
First problem - Occasionally I can't find the missing people no matter how I search.
It seems to me that that particular page of the census has been missed by the indexing volunteers because it was not put up in the indexing project.
Second problem - When I've attached the census as a source, it only displays those appearing on that particular page leaving anyone viewing it, to think that that is the extent of the family. That's the way I viewed it till I realized my mistake. EXPLANATIONS written by me, such as "See next page of census for the remainder of the children" are difficult to add in a suitable place within the attached source especially if it came in as a Record Hint.
I wonder if this problem be fixed by FamilySearch please.