This 1821 Norfolk Record Office Clergymans Schedule document [with the reference PD 431/33] contains the population for the same year (and 1831) and both contain only statistics.
It contains the following information :-
Oulton, South Erpingham Hundred
FORM of ANSWERS by the CLERGYMEN in ENGLAND to the Questions contained in the Schedule to an Act, 1o Geo IV intituled "An Act for taking an Account of the Population of Great Britain, and of the Increase or Diminuation thereof"
Diocese of Norwich in the County of Norfolk
Deanery or Jusidiction of Ingworth
Parish of Oulton contains in 1821 a
population of 382 Souls
and in the census of 1831 a population of 386 Souls.
|Question 1st||Question 2d|
Remarks in Explanation of the Matters stated in Answer to the Several
I have no particular remarks to make except that there is a Poor House established under the Act of 22d of Geo: 3d:Ch:83 for the united parishes of Blickling, Oulton, Erpingham & Colby which of course at times affects the returns under the Headings of Baptisms & Burials.
2d Question - [blank]
ANNUAL Average Number of unentered Baptisms - none
Burials - none
Marriages - none
I Samuel Pitman Curate of Oulton certify that these are
a true return
Witness Thomas Cook one of the Churchwardens [or, a substantial Householder] of the Parish of Oulton
[End of Document]
See also the Oulton parish page and the main Population page
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