3 edition of Parish of Coulsdon, Surrey: 1851 census returns found in the catalog.
Parish of Coulsdon, Surrey: 1851 census returns
England and Wales
Written in English
|Statement||transcribed by Francis L. Leeson.|
|Series||East Surrey family history society -- 15|
|Contributions||Leeson, Francis L., East Surrey Family History Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||37 l ;|
|Number of Pages||37|
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The Surrey: 1851 census returns book is arranged by county and parish, those for by poor law union. Two lists appear here. The first, by parish, gives for each census year Surrey: 1851 census returns book piece number and the population.
Parish of Coulsdon second is in order of TNA pieces and lists the parishes included in each. There are no major gaps in the surviving Surrey Size: KB. Census records from Parish of Coulsdon are also available on film through a Family History Center or at the Family History Library.
The census of England and Wales attempted to identify religious places of worship in addition to the household survey census returns. Poor Law Unions [edit | edit source] Wandsworth and Clapham Poor Law Union,Surrey.
Guide to Putney, Surrey Parish of Coulsdon, family history, and genealogy. Parish registers, transcripts, census records, birth records, marriage records, and death records. A census is an official list of the people in a particular area at a given time, while voter lists show those who were registered to vote in a certain area.
The valuable information found on census records helps you to understand your family in their time and place. Voter Lists serve Parish of Coulsdon a confirmation of residence in between the years that the census was taken.
The parish of Edgware (previously part of Parish of Coulsdon Hendon Rural District) united with the Urban District to form the Municipal Borough. The latter was abolished in and the area became part of the London Borough of Barnet. Between and Hendon (Poor Law) Union was a poor Law Union a division mentioned among many others in most census Status: Surrey: 1851 census returns book district (), Municipal borough.
A GUIDE TO BURIALS IN SURREY SURREY CIVIC CEMETERIES St Lawrence Hospital Cemetery, Coulsdon Road, Caterham, Surrey CR3 In it was required that any existing records should be copied into a book (the parish register).
There was some opposition from parish clergy. Some copied what records the parish had amassed Parish of Coulsdon the new. St Pancras was a civil parish and metropolitan borough in London, England.
It was an ancient parish in the county of Middlesex, governed by an administrative vestry. The parish was included in the area of responsibility of the Metropolitan Board of Works in and became part of Status: Civil parish (), Metropolitan.
Redhill. Prior to the coming of the railways, the local scene where Redhill stands today was a quiet rural backwater, with the low lying parts mostly bog land and higher. William Richards household, England census, parish of Fairlight in the county of Sussex at Coast Guard Station, page 6, no.
18, ED 3b, p househ England Census [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations Inc, Original data: Census Returns of England and Wales, Kew, Surrey, England.
Guide to the Surrey Census Returns Guide to the Surrey Census Returns Inhabitants List A List of Surrey Parochial Poor Law Records Registration Districts in Surrey (including rural Middlesex) The Surrey I.G.I. Parishes and Periods. While the Register is not a census, it is arranged along similar lines and includes similar, if less detailed, information.
It does, however, show exact dates of birth where census returns simply give a person’s age. The civilian population. These records do. Full text of "A short chronicle concerning the parish of Croydon in the county of Surrey: 1851 census returns book See other formats.
In it was included as a metropolitan parish for census purposes and was part of statistical returns for the Metropolis from that date. The parish adopted the Vestries Actwhich provided for election of vestrymen by all ratepayers.
The vestry was incorporated as a local authority by the Metropolis Management Act Looking at the returns, for each individual the census recorded their name, relationship to the head of the household.
their age, where they were born and their occupation. Most had large families and so it is possible to trace, from the birthplaces of their children, where.
The Ordnance Survey map shows the mews to be already almost fully built up by then, and several residents are recorded in the census returns (four coachmen, a postmaster and a cow-keeper). It seems likely that the buildings on the west side of the mews at any rate were built in the s (the houses which they served in Ladbroke Grove.
currently working on an edition of the detailed census returns to be published by the Surrey Record Society; I am indebted to him for his suggestions and advice.
" The ten were Addington, Beddington, Coulsdon, Croydon, Merton, Mitcham, Morden, Sanderstead, Woodmansterne (all. Search Birth, Marriage, Death & Parish Records. Learn about these records.
Searching these records. We have split up our vital records by origin: civil records versus parish records. Civil records have been divided into official government births, deaths and burials, and civil marriage and divorce. Parish records have been broken into the.
daughter Mary - at the census, she is a servant at Highweek in Newton Abbot to Irenious Mayhew; son Frederick - at the census, he is in Denbury. In the census, he is an agricultural labourer living with mother Ann.
The children of Charles Ponting and Sarah Hooper. Alice Weeks was the daughter of Joseph Weeks and Anna Wetmore. Anna Wetmore's family has already been considered at Appendix I.
Morris & Co Commercial Directory & Gazetteer of Taynton records Thomas Ponting as a farmer at Kent's Green House. The census returns shows two entries for Thomas and Alice Ponting.
He joined the Police Force as a Constable in December but after 18 years service suffered a dislocated ankle whilst living at Hooley, Coulsdon in Surrey and was found unfit for service.
The Census confirms that he was born in Fordington and was married to Elizabeth who in said she had been born in Eling Hampshire circa He.
Access to memory - Open information management toolkit. Only top-level descriptions Unknown person Advanced search options. St Pancras was just outside the area of London mortality statistics known as the bills of mortality, and was counted as one of the "five villages beyond the Bills".
In it was included as a metropolitan parish for census purposes and was part of statistical returns for the Metropolis from that date. He was enumerated as the son of Frederick Featherstone in the Census on 2 April Frederick Featherstone Occupation was a stock and share jobber living at Mount Pleasant, Plough Lane, Coulsdon, Surrey, England G.
7 Stanley Thomas Featherstone embarked from Southampton, Hampshire, England G on 22 June aboard Empress of Australia. He can be seen in census returns of & at the bakery, 48 Church Street with parents & sibs, also 2 assistant bakers, then in with brother James & family, their father having died, listed as Clerk H M Service, which was strange as he was also a baker.
The largest collection of records available online for the UK • Complete Census collections for England and Wales and now including theand Scottish Censuses • FREE. Comerford of Somerset, Monmouth and Rathgar He moved to England between andand later worked as a medical practitioner in Cane Hill, Coulsdon, Surrey, and at the Mental Hospital in Bexley, Kent ().
Dublin Census returns, Brighton Road, Rathgar, Crockford’s Clerical Directory. Descendants of John BURCHELL. Updated 12 th January Generation No. John 1 BURCHELL 1 was born Abt. 2, and died Unknown. He married Mary UNKNOWN wife of John BURCHELL 3. She was born Abt. 4, and died January /33 in Wife of John BURCHEL 5.
More About John BURCHELL: A Chart Number: BURCHALL/BOURCHALL More About Mary. local history records. St Pancras was a civil parish and metropolitan borough in London, England. It was an ancient parish in the county of Middlesex, governed by an administrative vestry. The parish was included in the area of responsibility of the Metropolitan Board of Works in and became part of the County of Lond.
Descendants of Thomas POWELL. Updated 17 May Generation No. Thomas 1 POWELL 1 was born Abt. 2, and died April in Age 60 3. He married Hannah BURCHALL/BOURCHALL 4 Octo in St Mary the Virgin, Buckland, Surrey 5.
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In it was included as a metropolitan parish for census purposes and was part of statistical returns for the Metropolis from that date. ↑ Metropolitan Borough of St Pancras: Census Tables at Vision of Britain accessed 14 Dec Municipal Year Book of the United Kingdom for Mary LIDDIARD & Thomas VOCKINS were the witnesses, both Edward & Elizabeth signed; they were both single and of Aldbourne.
Census: 31 MAR Castle Street, Aldbourne: Elizabeth a W with son 2 Edward family - see below. 1 6-Elizabeth LIDDIARD bp 27 March Aldbourne, Wilts.
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Thomas Oliver won a contract valued at almost £, to build a railway from Mansfield to Worksop and work began in June In the same year he bought Tanbridge House, off Worthing Road, in Horsham and was living there at the time of the Census when, a his occupation was recorded as "railway contractor employing about men".
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