The whole of the Parish of Monken Hadley or Hadley including High Street, Mary Paynes Place, Briers Cottages, Nisbetts
Alley, Hadley Green and Hadley Common.
ED 2 Folios 31-58
Part of the Parish of Chipping or High Barnet: comprising the whole of High Street commencing at Mr Mackintosh's on
the East Side and finishing at Mr Jacksons on the West Side: Moxon Street
and Cottages in Mrs White's Fields; Part of Union Street commencing at
Mr Dickend's on the South Side and finishing at the County Court Hall:
Humbertson's Yard: Church Alley: The Old Market House and Cottages adjoining
the Grammar School Market Garden and Houses at the end of Wood Street in
the rear of the Old Market House, The Whole of the Cottages and Houses
at Underhill, all the new Houses created at New Barnet, Chipping Barnet:
Lyons Down: Green Hill Grove; and the Cottages in Victoria Lane and the
New Gas Works.
ED 3 Folios 62-96
Chipping or High Barnet Parish (part of)
Part of the Parish of Chipping or High Barnet, commencing at Mr Rumball's house in Wood Street on the south side,
including the whole of Wood St & cottages in the rear of Mr McBride's
house; on the north side from Mr George's, the cottages at the rear of
the "Black Horse", Barnet Common, Arkley, May's Lane, Bell's
Hill, Wellington Row, Mount Pleasant, Workhouse Lane and Union Workhouse.
ED 4 Folios 99-116 850 persons
District of the Deanery of Barnet.
The whole of the Parish of East Barnet including New Barnet, East Barnet, Long Street, Willenhall, The
Village, Cockforsters, Southgate Road, Almshouses at Betts Stile, with
cottages by the side of Railroad.
ED 5 Folios 120-129
573 persons (95 of these on missing pages)
The whole of the Parish of Totteridge, comprising the Village, Totteridge Lane, Totteridge Green and Whetstone
WARNING - Missing pages
Part of this ED is missing
(not present in the original Census source file)
Last Folio present is Fol 129 (Pages 19 & 20)
Pages 21-25 are lost, (probably Folios 130-132)
having 25 Schedules (including 3 Unoccupied)
Missing persons: 40 Males & 55 Females
(according to the Abstract of Totals