MINCHINHAMPTON 1851 CENSUS Gloucestershire Copyright HO 107/1966

 

Places: - All that part of the Town Division of the Parish of Minchinhamtpon Lying to the South of Cirencester Road and to the North of the Road from the windmill to Avening including, High Street, Butt Street, Friday Street, North Side of the West End and Tetbury Street, Hampton Field, Crackstone and Peaches Farm, Tetbury Street. Gatcombe Park, Forwood, Balls Green, Longford, and the Iron Mills, Nailsworth to Cob Stone, Including Scar Hill, Holcombe and the Box, Rodboro’ and to the North of the road from the Common to Little Britain, including St Chloe, Quarry Hill, and Mugmoor House and Littleworth.

 

All that part of the Parish of Minchinhamtpon called Theescombe Division lying to the South of the Road from Hampton Common to Little Britain and to the West or Lower side of the Road from Littleworth to Nailsworth passing Dunkirk House, including the Old Lodge, Theescombe, Little Britain, Dyehouse, Mills-Culver House, Dunkirk Mills. Merritts Mill and that part of Watledge and Nailsworth to the West of the Road.

 

All that Part of the Parish of Minchinhampton called Amberley Division lying to the South of the Road from Tom Long’s Post to Littleworth, and to the East or Upperside of the Road from Littleworth to Nailsworth passing Dunkird House and to the West of the Road from Nailsworth to Cobstone, including Amberley, Pinfarthings, Dunkirk House, Theescombe House and that Part of Watledge and Nailsworth to the East of the Road.

 

All that Part of the Parish of Minchinhampton called Brimscombe Division lying to the North of the Cirencester Road and to the West of the Road from Tom Loings Post Through Walls Quarry and Brimscombe to the Ship Inn - including Beechnap, part of Walls Quarry and Part of Brimscombe.

 

All that Part of the Parish of Minchinhampton Called Besbury Division lying to the North of the Cirencester Road to the East of the Road from Tom Longs through Brimscombe to the Ship Inn and to the West of the Road from the Bourne to the Blue Boys, including part of the Walls Quarry - Part of Brimscombe - Burley & Besbury.

 

All that Part of Minchinhampton Called Chalford Division lying to the North of the Cirencester Road from the Bourne to the Blue Boys, including Hyde, St Mary’s Mill, Wimberley Mill and Cowcomber.

 

Population: - Males 1899 - Females 2414 - Total 4313

 

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COX                   George 50 Lodging House Keeper Tetbury

                            Sarah 34 Wickwar

GRINHAM         Samuel Lodger 30 Hairdresser Bath

                            Eliza Wife 23 Stroud

JONES                Mary Lodger 30 Earthenware Traveler Bristol

JAMES                George Lodger 30 Earthenware Traveler Pembrokeshire Pater

                            Eliza 26 Earthenware Traveler Middlesex London

 

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TURNER             Charles W 47 Surgeon etc Oxford 

                            Sarah 32 Cirencester

                            Catherina 11 Scholar Minchinhampton

                            Ellen 8 Scholar Minchinhampton

                            Charles 6 Scholar Minchinhampton

                            Frederick 5 Scholar Minchinhampton

                            Arthur 3 Minchinhampton

BRENTWORTH Louisa Servant 18 Horsley

COX                   Ann M Cook 38 Horsley

 

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RICARDO           David 47 Landed Prop Middlesex Mile End

                            Catherine 49 Berkshire Speen?

                            Catherine 22 Minchinhampton

PROSSER           Lucy Housekeeper 39 Middlesex London

MARSHALL       Rebecca Cook 29 Berkshire Twyford

COX                    Mary Housemaid 23 Avening

FRENCH             Mary Dairy Maid 21 Kilcoth? Gloucestershire

COX                    Emma Housemaid 19 Minchinhampton

YEATES              Mary Ann Kitchen Maid 18 Avening

LEATON?           William Butler 35 Northants Sutton

FORD                  George Footman 22 Kings Stanley

ATHAN               William Coachman 61 Berkshire Ardington

NEW                   William Groom 17 Berkshire Bright Wal-----

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COX                    Henry 35 Gardener & Land Steward Aylesworth

                            Jane 31 Avening

                            Edmund 9 Scholar Avening

                            Joseph 6 Scholar Minchinhampton

                            William Henry 2 Minchinhampton

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COX                    Shadrack 26 Gardener Avening

                            Charlotte 27 Cubberley

                            Shadrack 2 Avening

BAYLIS              Lucy Niece 11 Cubberley

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TUCK                 John 53 Blacksmith Minchinhampton

                            Hannah 56 Rodboro’

                            Job 19 App Painter Minchinhampton

COX                    Alfred Visitor 25 Lab Avening

                            John Grandson 1 Minchinhampton

TEAHE                Lydia Grand Daughter 7 Scholar Minchinhampton

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COX                    Hannah Widow 61 Nurse Minchinhampton

                            Fanny 20 Home Minchinhampton

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CLARKSON      Anne Widow 75 Land Proprietor Middlesex London

COX                   Ellen 48 Guildford

                            William Son-in-Law 47 Commission Agent Dorset Beamington

COSBOURNE    Ann Servant 27 Minchinhampton