I (Phil Holmes) have collected all the census records for Great Bealings from 1841 to 1911 (I added 1911 in November 2009) and put the information from them into a database - a total of over 2600 records. I also have in the same database the burial records from St Mary's church, Great Bealings, and the war records.
If you want to try to find specific individuals, I have written a search page where you can explore the complete contents of the database. Please click here for the search page. Partly to try to help search engines index all the names in the database, I've also created a page with an alphabetical list of all the names in the database (getting on for 2,000).
From this, I have identified the most common names in the village, and have tracked how the families with those names moved around during the period. The page links below show that. But first a word about the properties in Great Bealings.
In most of the censuses, properties are not identified. The table below gives the property number for some common properties on each census, where these are identified.
As can be seen, the censuses do not follow a common path through the village, making it difficult to identify who lived where over the years. However, I do list property details for each family just for information.