1871 census of Lincolnshire
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Published by Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology in Lincoln .
Written in English

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ContributionsSociety for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology., Lincolnshire Family History Society.
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Open LibraryOL21680922M

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Click links to download census transcription by surname Lincolnshire Kent - pieces rgzip The files below are from the 2% census where there are whole towns, but only every 1 in 50th book was taken. Mid-Victorian Sleaford, Charles Ellis. Lincolnshire Grantham hackmaster Handley hard labour Heckington Henry Holdingham households houses John Kirk and Parry Kirkby la Thorpe l87l census Leasingham Lincoln Lincolnshire listed living Lodger London Market Place Martin's Court mid-Victorian Issue 4 of Lincolnshire. Cleatham Hall is an English country house located near Manton in Lincolnshire, building is of special interest and has a Grade II listing on the National Heritage List for England. The main building was constructed in but some of it dates back to the 18th and perhaps the 17th century. The Hall was, in its early years, in the ownership of ancestors of Charles Darwin. Census Returns: Order a census search: Order a transcription of family household where reference given: Order a transcription of a village: Lincolnshire Resources: Poll Book: Order a transcription of entries for an ancestor's name.

Search for A Person A Family An Address. Within Record Collection. All Records Births Census Deaths Marriages. Year All Years County All Counties Anglesey Bedfordshire Berkshire Brecknockshire Buckinghamshire Cambridgeshire Cardiganshire Carmarthenshire Carnarvonshire Channel Islands Cheshire Cornwall. Scunthorpe Central holds census returns for the towns and villages in North Lincolnshire for the following years: (microfilm) (microfilm) (microfilm) (microfilm) (microfilm) (microfilm) (microfilm) (via Find My Past) We also have returns for other places in Lincolnshire, but only for particular years. Census indexes at the Family History Library PLACE PARISH NOTE: An alphabetized poll book for all towns in the whole county, by wapentake and town, is on film , Item 1. A census is a statistical count of the population of a country taken for the purpose of accurate government representation, tax collection and military purposes. The first complete census in England was conducted in under William the Conqueror who was the first Norman King of England. As the new king, he wanted an accounting of land owners who held lands belonging .

Census indexes at the Family History Library PLACE PARISH NOTE: An alphabetized poll book for all towns in the whole county, by wapentake and town, is on film , Item 1 DALBY Dalby. X22r pt 7. X22c vol DALDERBY Dalderby. X22r pt 4. X22c vol 9 X22ci vol 9. Lincolnshire Census Surname Indexes at the Family History Library. or a person's name was not easy to recognize in the census enumeration book, or the surname was spelled differently. The call numbers are generally shown for the census years from and , however there are a few indexes for other years. Totley Census Totley Census Adobe Acrobat document [ KB] Totley Census Totley Census Microsoft Excel sheet [ KB] Census for the township of Dore, Reference R.G. 10/ Folios Quarrington is a village and former civil parish, now part of the civil parish of Sleaford, in the North Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, a non-metropolitan county in the East Midlands of England. The old village and its church lie approximately miles (2 km) south-west from the centre of Sleaford, the nearest market town, but suburban housing developments at New Quarrington District: North Kesteven.