Correct way to cite the 1841 UK census (and all UK census')

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I can find examples of the correct way to cite US Census', but I struggle to find any examples of UK census' cited correctly. I want to start adding my family tree to Wikitree so I want to do it correctly from the start so others can trace my research.

 

Thanks!
in Genealogy Help by Katelyn Elders G2G Rookie (220 points)

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The repository is: The National Archives

Then give:

Class number/piece number/folio number/page number

e.g HO107/1124/3/1

The class for 1841 is laways HO107
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