1 edition of Census returns for Eaton Socon 1841. found in the catalog.
Census returns for Eaton Socon 1841.
Written in English
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A surname index of Eaton Socon parish in the Census of Bedfordshire (Vol. 2, Book 1) The Association covers the Eatons (Eaton Socon and Eaton Ford).
They have various archives that are now available and we hope will soon be on our website. All Census Returns have been indexed - ie,and Bedfordshire. Published inRobson's Directory begins: "Bedfordshire is an inland county, and one of the smallest in England, bounded on the north by the counties of Northampton and Huntingdon, east by Cambridgeshire, south-east and south by Hertfordshire, and west by Buckinghamshire.
Inthwe w inhabited houses, uninhabited, building. In 1B51, „ 24, ditto, ditto, ditto. Area,acres — square miles— persons to square mile. The county returns 2 members to parliament^ and.
Census information was collected in Huntingdonshire every ten years starting inexcept for when the Country was at war. The original purpose of the census was to provide population statistics. However, the Census was the first meaningful one to help family history researchers because this is the earliest to list personal names.
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The County Council was set up following the Local Government Act ofand took over many of the administrative responsibilities of the Quarter Sessions Court; but this formal change hid a great deal of continuity, as Justices of the Peace were often elected Councillors, the Clerk of the Peace became the Clerk to the County Council and so on.
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Who Do You Think You Are. Tricia I have access to a number of census returns and happy to help where I can.
Did a search of the census and a Stephen Hooker (age 38) born in Brenchley, Kent was a lodger at The Tudor Hotel, 87/89 Oxford Street, London.
Occupation given as a Commission Agent. With him was Janet Hooker (25) born Tisbury, Wiltshire. A full parish history book is also available. Contact me for further information. My family moved to Cardington then Haynes where my GG Grandfather Joshua William Beard was a Baker and Mealman in the census.
Any history of this Beard family would be gratefully accepted. Eaton Socon, St. Neots, Bedfordshire, England Married 9. Census Look up This is a long shot I know, but the slightest *snippet* may help. Kind regards John Eaton Socon On the River Great Ouse 14 years, 9 months probably at a > later date.
I have noticed this on several census returns. I was pleased to > be given this information, as it helped to distinguish between family > members. The Minute Book of Langford (HF 83/2/3/1) covers the years and shows in detail the arrangements, claims and agreements that had to precede the making up of the formal Award.
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I developed doubts as to whether I'd got the correct person in the census. But with a bit of lateral thinking I believe I've worked out her way of thinking and the explanation behind the varying places of birth.
Elizabeth was born in in the village of Eaton Socon in Bedfordshire. Subject Index ;Bedfordshire Life in the Year, th Coy Canadian Forestry Corps,As it was in, so it is inCensus, Gabe Podcast Sakthi Monk Media Gentleman and Lady's Book of Politeness and Propriety of Deportment, The by CELNART, Élisabeth Olivier I LOVE PACA Podcast Mr.J Featured Full text of "Census of England and Wales, (10 Edward 7 and 1 George 5, ch.
27)". A 14th-century house on High Street was moved there from Eaton Socon (Beds.) in (fn. 27) The number of houses in the village probably remained between 30 and 40 until the later 18th century, and although the number had almost doubled by it was not until the later 19th century that enough had been built to accommodate the growing.
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The Great North Road: The Old Mail Road to Vols. The Norwich Road: An East. BORN: 10 July as Elsie Evelyn Lay, London, England: Census has her using name "Evelyn".
Also census mispells name: as LAZE Listed as Elsie Evelyn Laye in phone book at 82 Ttpr George St W.I, Exchange: Paddington; book listed as Elsie Evelyn V Laye; and in as simply Elsie Laye. By the time of the first national census in Charles may well have died, London on 20 th FebruaryFanny having been born at Eaton Socon near St Neots in Bedfordshire in but in the following two census returns she was simply recorded as Hannah Collett aged four years and 14 years of age in Full text of "Digest of the English Census of " See other formats.
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From census returns it is possible to work out that George King was the uncle of Henry John King buried in grave Eaton Socon Feb 6 86 yrs This footstone should be with grave Cook George Cook Jane Cook John Cook Thomas Cook Thomas Cook William Cookeson Thos - CH 17 Cooper.
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