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1901 Census

We would welcome correspondence from anyone who finds a relative in these pages, to tell us what they know about the people and the places listed. We will publish these if possible, on this site, for other members of the community to get to know more about the past, as well as the future of the village.

Note: these are JPG files. Click to open them.

Page 1 – Lower Street, Schedule Nos 1-6, including The Lodge.

Page 2 – Lower Street, Schedule Nos 7-12 including Cherry Tree Cottage, Cherry Tree Farm, The Mount Cottage & Seckford Hall.

Page 3 – Lower Street, Schedule Nos 13-18 including Wood Barn & Birds Hill

Page 4 – Lower Street, Schedule Nos 19-24 including Bealings House, The Rosery, & Rosery Farm + Cottages

Page 5 – Lower Street, Schedule Nos 25-28 including Kiln Farm

Page 6 – Lower Street, Schedule Nos 29-33

Page 7 – Lower Street, Schedule Nos 34-39a including Post Office & Beer House

Page 8 – Lower Street, Schedule Nos 40-47 including Hill Close, The Cottage, Sunnyside & Thorneycroft

Page 9 – Lower Street, Schedule Nos 48-51 including The Croft

Page 10 – Hall Farm Road/Boot Street, Schedule Nos 52-56 including The Rectory, Rectory Cottage (now Coachmans Cottage), Hall Farm (now Great Bealings Hall), Clay Cottage, & Ivy Cottage

Page 11 – Boot Street, Schedule Nos 57-61

Page 12 – Boot Street, Schedule Nos 62-67 including The Cedars

Page 13 – Boot Street, Schedule Nos 67-72 including Hill Farm

Page 14 – Boot Street, Schedule Nos 73-77

Page 15 – Boot Street, Schedule No 77a Caravan

Phil Holmes has taken these details, plus those from all the censuses for 1841-1911 and compiled a database which can be browsed to see who lived in the village between those dates. He has also traced how some families have changed during the period. Click here to go to the site