Detail from the Last Supper stained glass window in All Saints Parish Church Croydon, in memory of Sophia Mirabella Sandilands, wife of the rector 1859 'An Account of all the Inhabitants of the Parish of Croydon
in the County of Cambridgeshire commencing from 1 January 1843'
by Reverend Francis Fulford 1803-1868 (Rector at Croydon 1841-1845).
Additional notes by Reverend R S B Sandilands (Rector 1845-1864).
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The 1841 Census (Annotated)

Entries from the 1841 census for the parish of Croydon-cum-Clopton have been provided as a background resource to the 'Speculum Gregis'. The census was taken on the night of Sunday 6 June 1841 (ie 2 years before the 'Speculum Gregis' was written).

(1) The names listed in the census include a number of transcription errors. I have added the generally accepted name taken from the Church Records and/or from the pages of the 'Speculum Gregis' in [square brackets] where appropriate.

  (2) I have also added family information in [square brackets] where appropriate.

(3) The ages taken at the 1841 census were approximate. All ages 15 and above should have been rounded down to the nearest 5 year multiple, i.e. ages shown as 15 may be 15-19, ages shown as 20 may be 20-24, etc.

(4) The enumerator also reported that 26 Croydon labourers were "having left the district for the hay harvest in the neighbourhood of London", which would explain the absence of a number of the known heads of households.

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[Unidentified Dwelling - moved in 1842 to the "Carpenter's Arms" Public House in Croydon Road:]
3B
Samuel
BARTELL
30
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Mary
BARTELL
30
 
N
"
 
James
BARTELL
9
 
Y
"
 
Samuel
BARTELL
4
 
Y
"
 
Thomas
BARTELL
2
 
Y
"
 
Sarah
BARTELL
6 m
 
Y
"

[Cottage opposite Wendy Turnpike Gate on Lower Road:]
3B
William
PEDLEY
25
Agricultural Labourer
N
 
Persiller [Priscilla]
PEDLEY
25
 
Y
"
 
Alfred
PEDLEY
5m
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
3B
David
LAW
25
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Kisian [Kezia]
LAW
25
 
Y
"
 
Ann
LAW
1
 
Y
"
 
David
ALLEN
10
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
3B
John
LEE
55
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Elizabeth
LEE
55
 
Y
"
 
Elizath [Elizabeth]
LEE
15
 
Y
"
 
David
LEE
12
 
Y
"
 
Eliza
LEE
9
 
Y
"
 
Thomas
HOWS
20
Blacksmith
Y
"
 
Sarah
HOWS
15
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
3B
William
GENTLE
50
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Mary
GENTLE
65
 
Y
"
 
Joseph
GENTLE
20
Carpenter
Y
"
 
Mary [Marianne?]
GENTLE
15
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
3B
John
PATEMAN
25
Agricultural Labourer
Y
4A
Mary
PATEMAN
20
 
Y
"
 
John
PATEMAN
3
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
4A
Henry
SPENCER
40
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Ann
SPENCER
15
 
Y
"

[In the close near Mr Jackson's Farm:]
4A
Mary
EDWARDS
65
Agricultural Labourer
N
 
William
RICHARDSON
40
 
Y
"

[Jackson's Farm (Valley Farm?) on Lower Road:]
4A
Thomas
JACKSON
50
Farmer
Y
 
Mary
JACKSON
40
 
Y
"
 
Ann
THOMPSON
13
F.S. [Female Servant]
Y
"
 
James
PAINE
25
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"

[Cottage between the "Carpenter's Arms" and Rectory in Croydon Road:]
4A
William
PEARCE
50
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Ann
PEARCE
45
 
Y
"
 
Lydia
PEARCE
15
 
Y
"
 
Auther [Arthur]
PEARCE
2
 
Y
"

[Cottage near to the "Carpenter's Arms" in Croydon Road:]
4A
James
THATCHER
45
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Jane
THATCHER
45
 
Y
 
 
Richard
HAGGER
40
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
James
TITMUS
20
Agricultural Labourer
Y

[The "Carpenter's Arms" Public House in Croydon Road:]
4A
Richard
CARTER
40
Wheelwright
Y
 
Eliza
CARTER
35
 
Y
"
 
Cathrine
CARTER
14
 
Y
"
 
George
CARTER
11
 
Y
"
 
Jane
CARTER
8
 
Y
"
 
Rebecca
CARTER
6
 
Y
"
 
Alfred
WARBOYS
16
Apprentice
Y
N.K.

[Rectory Farm:]
4B
Chandler
MEERY [MERRY]
25
Farmer
Y
 
Ann
MEERY [MERRY]
20
 
Y
"
 
Emmily
ROBERTSON
15
 
Y
"
 
Maria
EDWARDS
15
F.S. [Female Servant]
Y
N.K.
 
Samuel
GREAVES [GRAVES]
25
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
John
NELSON
14
Agricultural Labourer
Y

[Cottage at Manor Farm:]
4B
William
BLOWS
35
Agricultural Labourer
-
 
Mary
BLOWS
35
 
-
"
 
John
BLOWS
15
Agricultural Labourer
-
"
 
Moses
BLOWS
13
 
-
"
 
James
BLOWS
10
 
-
"
 
Kitty
BLOWS
7
 
-
"

[Cottage at Manor Farm:]
4B
Richard
CLARKE
35
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Mary
CLARKE
40
 
Y
"
 
Hannah
CLARKE
15
 
Y
"
 
John
CLARKE
13
 
Y
"
 
David
CLARKE
10
 
Y
"
 
Charles
CLARKE
6
[base-born son of Ruth Endersby]
Y
 
Sarah
CLARKE
3
 
Y
 
John
CLARKE
1
[grandchild of Mary]
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling - said to be "next door" to last cottage (?):]
4B
James
HAGGER
60
 
Y
 
Biddy [Bridget]
HAGGER
50
[previously widow named Nelson]
Ireland
"
 
Kitty [Catherine]
HAGGER
11
[Nelson]
Ireland
"
 
Margaret
EASY
25
[née Nelson]
Ireland
"
 
Eliza
EASY
4
 
Y
"
5A
Alfred
EASY
2
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
5A
Charles
TITMUS
30
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Mary
TITMUS
30
 
Y
"
 
James
TITMUS
10
 
Y
"
 
Thomas
TITMUS
5
 
Y
"
 
Emma
TITMUS
4
 
Y
"
 
Susan
TITMUS
2
 
Y
"

['Manor Farm' - Mr Gape's Farm on the Hill:]
5A
John
PEARMAIN
20
 
Y
 
Abraham
PEARMAIN
20
 
Y
"
 
Elizabeth
PEARMAIN
15
 
Y
"
 
Sarah
LARKINS
12
F.S. [Female Servant]
Y

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
5A
John
SIMONS
20
Bricklayer
Y
 
Jane
SIMONS
15
 
Y
"
 
Emmelia [Emily]
SIMONS
3m
 
Y
"
 
Charlotte
LARKINS
35
['Widow Larkins' - Jane's Mother]
N
"
 
Charles
LARKINS
15
[Jane's Brother]
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
5A
Edward
THOMAS
25
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Maria
THOMAS
20
 
Y
"
 
Edward
THOMAS
2
Y
"
 
Rebecca
THOMAS
3m
 
Y
"

['Croydon Wilds East' - Mr Gape's Farm in the north of the Parish:]
5A
James
LAW
25
Farmer
Y
 
Sarah
LAW
25
 
Y
"
 
David
LAW
8
 
Y
"
 
Martin
LAW
5
 
Y
"
 
Phillip
LAW
3
 
Y
"
5B
Sarah
LAW
1
 
Y
"
 
Phillip
GENTLE
15
Agricultural Labourer
Y

['Croydon Wilds West' - Mr Gape's Farm in the north of the Parish:]
5B
William
WILKINS
40
Farmer
Y
 
Sarah
WILKINS
40
 
Y
"
 
Ivett
WILKINS
15
 
Y
"
 
Susan
WILKINS
14
 
Y
"
 
John
WILKINS
12
 
Y
"
 
David
WILKINS
9
 
Y
"
 
Henry
WILKINS
7
 
Y
"
 
James
WILKINS
5
 
Y
"
 
Ann
WILKINS
3
 
Y
"
 
Jane
WILKINS
2
 
Y
"
 
Mary
WILKINS
1
 
Y
"
 
Elizabeth
MIMS
15
F.S. [Female Servant]
Y
N.K.

['Croydon Hill Farm', adjacent and west of Croydon Hill:]
5B
Samuel
GEORGE
25
Farmer
N
N.K.
 
Sarah
GEORGE
25
 
Y
"
 
Sarah
GEORGE
4
 
Y
"
 
Mary
GEORGE
1
 
Y
"
 
George
MIMS
50
M.S. [Male Servant]
Y
"
 
Alfred
PRESTON
13
M.S. [Male Servant]
Y

['Tadlow Hill Farm' adjacent and north of Croydon Road:]
5B
Mary
CASB[O]URN
65
Farmer
N
 
Phebe
WATSON
2
 
Y
N.K.
 
Sarah
HARPER
15
F.S. [Female Servant]
Y
 
James
SPENCER
20
Agricultural Labourer
Y

['Croydon Road Farm' either side of Croydon Road:]
5B
Richard
WHITE
80
Farmer
N
Deceased
6A
Elizabeth
WHITE
35
 
N
 
Francis [m]
WHITE
50
 
N
N.K.
 
William
THEOBALDS
30
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"
 
Sarah
YARROW
15
F.S. [Female Servant]
Y
"
 
Elizabeth
YARROW
14
F.S. [Female Servant]
Y
"

["The Downing Arms" Public House on Croydon Road:]
6A
William
SIMONS
40
Bricklayer
N
 
Barbara
SIMONS
40
 
Y
"
 
Jane
SIMONS
20
 
Y
"
 
William
SIMONS
15
 
Y
"
 
George
SIMONS
14
 
Y
"
 
Stephen
SIMONS
10
 
Y
"
 
Samuel
SIMONS
8
 
Y
"
 
Fredrick
SIMONS
6
 
Y
"
 
Elizabeth
SIMONS
5
 
Y
"
 
Susan
SIMONS
3
 
Y
"
 
Emma
SIMONS
2
 
Y
"
 
Thomas
RANDELL
65
Agricultural Labourer P
Y
N.K.

[In the Farmyard behind the "The Downing Arms" Public House on Croydon Road:]
6A
William
RAYNER
45
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Ann
RAYNER
40
 
Y
"
 
William
RAYNER
20
 
Y
"
 
Edward
RAYNER
20
 
Y
"
 
Harriett
RAYNER
12
 
Y
"
 
Sarah
RAYNER
10
 
Y
"
 
Elizabeth
RAYNER
8
 
Y
"
 
Joseph
RAYNER
6
 
Y
"
6B
Alfred
RAYNER
3
 
Y
"
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