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Binfield -1801 Census

£3.50

Binfield -1801 Census

£3.50

This transcription has been made as an aid to the incumbent when compiling the 1801 census. All members of each household are named, ages given for most children, most wives are given with maiden names. There are comments about some individuals.

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This transcription has been made as an aid to the incumbent when compiling the 1801 census. All members of each household are named, ages given for most children, most wives are given with maiden names. There are comments about some individuals.

Note: Much of this information is also included in the Binfield All Saints, Parish Registers CD.

Eileen and John Bartlett and Angela Hillier, Eureka Partnership, 2009, A5, 28pp

Binfield is an extensive parish NE of Wokingham, in the Easthampstead registration district. Created by the incumbent, this rare survival includes notes about the families, and is thought to have been made to help him compile the numerical lists required for the official census. The original list was made in March 1801 and updated in November, with some later remarks. There is also a map compiled from the tythe map c1856 and the 1817 enclosure award. This booklet has been transcribed from the little used Berkshire records, with a brief history and explanation of the records used. It is a fantastic source of information for those fortunate enough to have ancestors in Binfield.

Jean Debney

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Weight 251 g
Dimensions 150 × 210 mm

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