1910 Census for MN has duplicate names/page and missing names/page
The 1910 Census for Minnesota - Wilkin - Campbell - ED 267 has a page of duplicate information (names) and is probably missing a page of information (names). I have been searching for 2 of my great-grandfathers who lived next to each other in MN. I have not been able to find them listed anywhere in the 1910 census. They are listed in the 1905 census and in the 1920 census (same place, living next to each other) so I'm sure they were there in 1910 as well. As I analyzed it more, I noticed that a number of people/families were listed twice, and in the same sequence. There are 14 pages in ED 267. Page 10 and 11 are exact duplicates with one name bleeding over to the next page. Very odd. And then my great-grandfathers and their families are not listed at all and they should be. One of my questions is, was there a page that wasn't microfilmed? Or, I read somewhere once that the original census pages are actually transcribed from the census takers forms? Something is amiss here and I'm not sure where to go from here...
"United States Census, 1910," database with images, FamilySearch
: 24 June 2017), Minnesota > Wilkin > Campbell > ED 267 >
image 11 of 14; citing NARA microfilm publication T624 (Washington,
D.C.: National Archives and Records Administration, n.d.).