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Norfolk: Baconsthorpe

Census: 1811

Baconsthorpe is one of the few places in the county for which a census before 1841 containing names survives.

This 1811 Norfolk Record Office document [with the reference PD 334/43/2] is on one sheet of paper.

[Transcription copyright © Mike Bristow]

Census available for Baconsthorpe

Name Index

Adams
Bircham
Bumfrey
Bye
Christopher
Cranefield
English
Everitt
Fisher
Ford
Frankland
Girdlestone
Grand
Harmer
Harrison
Hazlewood
Massingham
Mayes
Means
Pegg
Pentney
Proudfoot
Richardson
Scarfe
Scottow
Silence
Smith
Springall
Spurrell
Staff
Starling
Taylor
Thaxter
Twiss
Utton
Walker
Ward
Warner
Warns
Wegg
White
Whiting
Wilson

The Census Document

The original document had the following headings spelt out in full. They have been contracted to allow for a clearer display.

The Heading "D" has been placed above column 1 to indicate a dwelling or house and was not present on the original.

The census contains the following information :-

Baconsthorpe Acct. of Population
     May 27th 1811

D Males No Females No No of Fam. Fam. emp. in Agric. Tra N
1Mr Twiss & 2 Men3Mrs Twiss & 1 maid211  
1Mr Girdlestone & 1 Men2Mrs G: & 2 maids31  1
1Mr Springall, Nephew & 3 Men5Miss Mayes & 1 maid211  
1R. Pegg1Wife & Sister21 1 
1Wm Scottow1Mother & Sister211  
Wid. Proudfoot11  1
S Thaxter11  1
1R.Bumfrey & son2Wife & J Starling221 1
1R Pentney Son & Massingham3Wife112  
1Mr Wilson & 1 servant2Mrs W: 2 Daughts    }  1  
Mrs Silence & 1 maid}51   
1James Ward1Wife111  
1Mr Cranefield & 3 Servts4Mrs C & Mother21 1 
1Wm Thaxter1Wife & Child211  
1Thos Scarfe1Wife : Susn & 2 Ch411  
1Frankland & 1 lodger2Wife12 2 
1Bircham & 2 sons3Wife & Daughter211  
1P Adams1Wife111  
1Mr Grand & Servt2Mrs G:2 Daughters311  
1Mr Mayes, 2 Servts3Miss Mayes1211 
1Will: Everitt & Staff2Wife122  
1R Everitt 2 Sons3Wife, 2 Daughters31 1 
1R Harrison 2 Sons3Wife, 4 Daughts511  
1R Wegg 2 Sons & F.Wegg4Wife 1 Daughr.222  
1J Smith 2 Boys3Wife111  
1Mr Spurrell 1 Son2Mrs S:& Daughter211  
1Richardson & son2Wife11  1
1A Lodger1Marth: Ward12 11
1Stephen Ward1Wife111  
1Harmer 4 Sons5Wife 2 Daughts311  
1Mr Warns 1 Son 1 Man3Mrs W:1 Maid211  
1G Everitt 1 Son2Wife111  
1English & 1 Son2Wife, 1 Daught21 1 
1Edmund Warns}Mrs Warns
& Nephew}2& 2 Daughters311  
1T Fisher1Wid: Walker121 1
1Hazlewood, 2 Sons, Fisher4Wife, 1 Daught221 1
1W:Christopher11 Daughter, 8 Boards91  1
1Jas Bye1Wife111  
1T Silence 2 sons3Wife 3 Daughts41 1 
1Mr Means, Brothr. 2 Boys4Miss Warns 1 Maid211  
1G Ward & Son, 3 Servts5Wife 4 Daughtrs. 1 Maid61 1 
1Mr F Twiss1Mrs Twiss, 1 Maid21 1 
1Mr Fisher, 1 Servant2Mrs & Miss F. Miss1
Isaac & 1 Maid41   
1Warner & 1 Son2Wife111  
1Wm Taylor 2 Boys
2 Lodgers4Wife & Daughtr333  
1T. Fisher 2 Sons3Wife & Girls311  
1Jas. Ford & 1 Prentice2Wife & Dagless21 1 
1Mr. Utton Bailiff 3 Men5Bailiffs W. D: & M:311  
Hall uninhabited
451101085735139
Males
Females

Total
110
108
---
218

decrease in 10 years 21

[End of Census Document]


Notes

The following names have gone since the 1801 census

Bastard
Clarke
Cletherwood
Emery
Ives
Jarvis
Press
Purdy
Shorty
Whitesides

The following names have appeared since the 1801 census

Bye
English
Proudfoot
Richardson
Starling
Taylor
Twiss
Utton
Warner
Wegg
White
Whiting

See also the Baconsthorpe parish page and the main Census page

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Copyright © Mike Bristow.
January 2002