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NORFOLK  1861  CENSUS

RG 9-1202       Cromer
Sub District 1   of   ERPINGHAM  RD
Description of Enumeration Districts    1 - 15

Extracted from Census page images published on CD by  Archive CD Books
ED 1           Folios 4 - 10        305  persons        PDF page  4 of 423

The  whole of the Parish of  Alborough   commencing at the House of  Mr Brown Tanyard xxxxxx xxxxxx  from there to Mr Durrant   Alborough Beck which divides the boundary of Thurgaston thence to Alborough Hale?     Wm?   xxxxxxxx  Hale Farm  from thence to Mr Cxxx & John Crewe  Barningham Road, to the Rectory House and all the Houses and Cottages which lies in a triangle on the Green  xx   the Beck which divides  the boundary of the Parish of Thurgaston and ending at the Farm at this side of Beck which divides the boundary of the Parish of Colthorpe.


ED 2           Folios  14 - 19   &  19 - 22     386  persons       PDF page  25 of 423

The  whole of the Parish of  Aylmerton  
commencing at the Game Keeper's Lodge  joining the high road leading from 
Mitton to Aylmerton and all the  Houses and Cottages of each side of  Park Lane  thence to the Game Keepers Lodge situated on the Common to the East of Runton

Felbrigg.      The whole Parish of  Felbrigg  commencing at the Hall situated in the Park and all the Houses and Cottages on the Green and ending at the Cottages situated by the Mill at Roughton.

Shipping
Vessel:    "Exertion"
    100-ton Schooner at Anchor at Cromer

ED 3           Folios  27 - 33       328  persons        PDF page  51 of 423

The  whole of the Parish of  Baconsthorp commencing at the Rectory House facing the road to National Schooland all the Houses and Cottages on both sides of the road to the Hare and Hounds Public House  joinng the Road which vivides the boundary of Hempstead


ED 4         Folios  37   &  38 - 40  &   41 - 43       308 persons     PDF page  71 of 423

The  whole of the Parish of  Barningham Norwood
Commencing at the Hall Farm and all the Houses & Cottages by the Tithing Barn and ending at the Gamekeepers Lodge which divides the boundry of Baconsthorpe

The 
whole of the Parish of  Barningham Winter
Commencing at the Common from thence to Wells poor Farm Cottages  Hilton Hill  Barningham Hall   Hall Farm Lodge & Cottages and ending Southwest of Bessingham

The  whole of the Parish of  Bessingham
Commencing at the Horseshoes Public House joining the road North East of Matlask  from thence to the Houses and Cottages on both sides of the Road to Puxley's Farm   Mr D Spornells and ending at Mr Brookes  which divides the Boundary of Alborough


ED 5          Folios 47 - 55  &  55 - 59      541 persons       PDF page  91 of 423

Sheringham Parish (part of)  called Upper Sheringham
Commencing at  the House of  Mr T Murrell   Registrar of Births &c and all the Houses and Cottages in the Street leading  to Waybournes Road  from thence to  the Wind-Mill, joining to the high road to Holt from thence to the  Ivy Cottage and through the Wood to Sheringham Hall  and to the Game Keepers Lodge called North West Lodge which divides the boundary  from Waybourne, then to the Hall Farm and to the Houses and Cottages on each side of the road and ending at Mr Pigatts Farm opposite to the high road leading to Cromer

The  whole of the Parish of  West Beckham
Commencing at  Mr Thorntons House  next the high road to the North of Sheringham, and all the Houses and Cottages on the Common, then to Mr Emery's Farm House which divides the boundaryof Bodham then to Mr Ebbetts Farm to Mr Sayers Brewery, and ending at Mr Fullers farm which divides the boundary of Beckham East


West Beckham Union Workhouse,    Folios  62 - 65       164 persons        PDF page  123 of 423


ED 6          Folios 69 - 87   &   88 - 92       1109  persons     PDF page  135 of 423

Parish of Sheringham Lower (part of) 
commencing at the House of Lieut Spencer of Her Majesty's Coastguard Service and all Houses  occupied by the Coat Guard Men of the above Service.   Then to the Crown Inn on the Cliff and all the Houses and Cottages on each side of the Road to Jordan's Public House.  Then to the street leading to Newlands Cottage  Joining the road to Cromer which divides the boundary from Beeston Regis.

The Parish of Beeston Regis
Commencing at the Corner Cottage of  Robert Grice near the beck laying to the East of Lower Sheringham which divides the boundary of Sheringham and all the Cottages on Beeston Common to the Abby Farm then to the Heath Farm by the 4 Mile stone on the High Road to Cromer.


ED 7           Folios  96 - 116      979  persons     PDF page  189 of 423

Part of the Parish of Cromer,  commencing at the South end of the Mundsley Road;  including all houses and Cottages & Public Buildings in the  Mundsley Road  Norwich Road , East Street , Church Street, Pump Street,  West Street, West Road, Hall road,  Smith's Lane, Croft, London Street, Colm House Loke, Leake's Loke, Garden Street, and  West Street and all the Houses and Cottages in the Courts and Yards in those Streets, Roads, Lanes, Lokes &c


ED 8          Folios  122 - 128    &   128 - 133     634 persons      PDF page  237 of 423

Part of the Parish of Cromer,  commencing at the South end of the Beach Road thence to Terrace Road, East Cliff Terrace, Red Lion Street, Tucker Street, 
High Street, Jetty Street, Jetty Cliff and Esplanade, including all houses and Cottages in the Courts and yards of these Streets.

Overstrand

The  whole of the Parish of  Overstrand  commencing at Mr Birkbecks Grove situated at the Western extremity of the Parish, and ending at a Cottage near the boundary of  Sidestrand


ED 9             Folios  137 - 146         418 persons        PDF page  271 of 423

East Beckham  this I remark  is a small stragling Village situated in a Valley as I call it  with a nice Brook or running water by the road side  it has some nice neat cottages more recently erected  and an old Ivory Church  But  in ruin  it is often visited by strangers in the Summer Season

Gresham Parish  5 miles  SW of Cromer has 340 inhabitants and 1412 A of land belonging to various owner  and is About a mile wide and a half long and about 3 quarters of a mile broad    The Church  All  Saints has a round tower with a nave  chancell  and porches

The whole of the Parish of  East Beckham  Commencing at the Game Keepers Lodge which divides the boundary of Beeston Regis  by north, thence to the Hall Farm and all the Houses and Cottages to the South of Gresham, and ending at the Cottage occupied by Mr Francis joining to the beck which divides the boundary of Gresham
The whole of the Parish of  Gresham.  Commencing at Mr Bowers Mill  joining to the Parish of West Beckham which divides the boundary of Gresham and all the Houses and Cottages on each side of the road to the Chequers Public House then to Mr Curtis' Farm which divides the boundary of East Beckham and all the Cottages in Lower Gresham and ending  at Mr Colmans Cottage which divides the boundary of Sustead

ED 10           Folios  150 - 154        227 persons        PDF page  297 of 423

The whole of the Parish of  Hanworth  
commencing at the Farm House on the Common near Thurgarton and takes all the Houses on the Common.   Thence to the House on the East side of  the Turnpike Road  and finishes at  the Post Office near the Parish of Cilly.


ED 11          Folios  158 - 161  &  161 - 165       341 persons        PDF page  313 of 423

The
whole of the Parish of  Matlask - commencing at Mr Drakes Farm which divides the boundary of Plumstead and all the cottages on both sides of the road, and thence to Mrs Gunton's which divides the boundary of Wickmere to the South  and ending at the Blacksmiths Shop

The whole of the Parish of  Plumstead  commencing at the Hall Farm which divides the boundary of Baconsthorpe and thence to the Heath Farm - Game Keepers Lodge - Wind Mill, and all the Houses and Cottages on both sides of the road, and ending at Mr Pages Farm which divides  the boundary of Little Barningham to the South East -


ED 12          Folios  169 - 171  &  172 - 173          214 persons        PDF page  335 of 423

This is the whole Parish of Sustead  and  Metton Parish

The whole of the Parish of  Sustead
 Commencing from the corner Cottage occupied by Mr Mills joining to the right side of the road, which divides the boundary of, and all the Houses and Cottages on each side of the land and ending at the Farm occupied by Mr Brown which divides the boundary of  Metton to the North West of Felbrigg

The whole of the Parish of  Metton  commencing at the Farm House occupied by Mr Brown, and all the Houses and Cottages to the North of Felbrigg Park, and all the Cottages  to the South of Hanworth, And ending at the Farm House occupied by Mr Bartram to the East of Roughton.


ED 13       Folios  177 - 186        412 persons      PDF page  351 of 423

Parish of  Roughton    Commencing at the Farm House occupied by Mr Jonas which is next to the boundary of the Parish of Cromer.   Then all the Cottages on  the left hand side of the road North West of Northrepps, then all the Houses  and Cottages on each side of the road  and all the Cottages on the Heath, and ending at the Cottages at  Hacon Beck which ends the boundary next to the Parish of Hanworth


ED 14           Folios  190 - 200          510 persons        PDF page  377 of 423

The whole of the Parish of  Runton  Commencing at the Farm occupied by Mr Covell joining the right hand side of the Road leading to Cromer,  And all the Houses and Cottages on each side of the Road to Boat Inn, And all the Houses and Cottages on the Common, then to the Farm occupied by Mr Moy which divides the boundary of the Parish of Aylmerton, And all the Cottages to the South of the Common and ending at the Cottage occupied by Mr Griffin which divides the boundary of Beeston Regis near to the Parish Church joining to the Road to Cromer


ED 15           Folios  204 - 209          264 persons        PDF page  405 of 423

The whole of the Parish of  Thurgarton  commencing from the Corner Shop occupied by Mr Roper wich divides the Boundary from the Parish of Aldborough, And all the Houses and cottages on each side of the road to the East of Bessingham then to the Field Houses on the righthand side of the road to the North East of Sustead, then to the Parish Houses by the Church, then to the Farm  occupied by Mr Bales, and then to the Cottages by the Beck which divides the Parishes of Thurgarton and Aldborough


RG 9-1202       Cromer
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