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Question #1: Are there any census records for Schwerin?
Answer #1: Yes, the records for Schwerin are mislabeled. They can be found under the label Schwaan: 5429 and 5430 and at Schwann: 5419 to 5456
Question #2: Are any of the records for Schwaan mislabeled?
Answer #2: Yes, the records labeled Schwann: 5413-5418 should be labeled Schwaan: 5413-5418
Question #3: Where can I find Schwerin Census record numbers 2801-2860?
Answer #3: The records found in Schwann: 5442 are not in sequence. The Schwerin Census record 2801-2860 can be found at Schwann: 5442 after records 2861-3000, starting at image 295.
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