History of Norton Mandeville
All Saints Church, Norton Mandville.
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History of Norton Mandeville >> Census of 1801
Names recorded in the census of 1801.
In 1801 the first census was carried out by the British Government. Local parish officials collected the required statistical information and submitted it to the government. Although the final information was purely statistical, some of the documents used to collect that information survived in parishes and some of these contain the names of residents. This is one example from Norton Mandevile. It lists the householder's name and the number of males and females in the household.
The orginal can be seen in the Norton Mandevill church register at the Essex Record Office reference D/P 261/1/1.
Robert Hadsley 4m 2f
Thomas Clarence 2m 4f
Robert Mullocks 3m 2f
George Flitch 2m 1f
John Springham 5m 2f
John Bright 4m 2f
Webb Parker 3m 3f
Morris Doe 1m 1f
James Argent 2m 3f
Samuel Seach 2m 4f
Dame Wall 1m 5f
Parry Farmer 2m 1f
Riley 4m 3f
Garwood 2m 2f
John Copsey 1m 1f
Murrell 1m 1f
Madle 8m 3f
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Norton Mandeville - Cary's New and Correct English Atlas, 1798
Norton Mandeville - First Series Ordnance Survey Map 1805
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