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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Index of Names A to H    [I-L] [M-S] [T-Z]

Principals (householders, tenants, and named children living at home) are shown in Bold Text. Ages of children are included where given by Fulford (mainly as 1843) or the Census (as 1841). Other names and family relationships recorded by Fulford and Sandilands are shown in Grey Text. Information, census and commentary additional to the original "Speculum Gregis" are indexed in Grey Italic Text.

  Family surnames and some place names are listed alphabetically
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Page numbers are those used in the original "Speculum Gregis".

This online index by Steve Odell.

Detailed explanatory notes are given at the foot of each page.

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Allen David (10), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 69.
Allen Mary, was widow, now wife to William Gentle. Page 67.
Allen _____?, son of Mary Gentle. Discharged Marine. Page 67.
"Axe and Compasses"/Carpenters Arms public house. Pages 1, 2.
"Axe and Compasses", Jacob Wootton, Licencee 1881 census, Page 7.
"Axe and Compasses", c1905 photograph. Page 1.
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Badcock Kezia, single friendly woman about 35. Page 49.
Badcock Kisiah (30), 1841 census. Page 49.
Bartel James, old man, wife to Sarah (?), father of Samuel. Page 41.
Bartel James, house purchased by Mr Hopkins. Page 41.
Bartel James (75), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 41.
Bartel James (9), 1841 census, son of Samuel and Mary. Page 1.
Bartel James (11), dismissed from Sunday School. Page 1.
Bartel Mary, wife to Samuel. Page 1.
Bartel Mary (30), 1841 census, wife to Samuel. Page 1
Bartel Samuel, innkeeper, husband to Mary. Page 1.
Bartel Samuel, took part in the Croydon Riot. Page 1.
Bartel Samuel (30), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 1.
Bartel Samuel (4), 1841 census, son of Samuel and Mary. Page 1.
Bartel Sarah (70), 1841 census, wife to James (?). Page 41.
Bartel Sarah (6m), 1841 census, daughter of Samuel and Mary. Page 1
Bartell Thomas (2), 1841 census, son of Samuel and Mary. Page 1
Bartell, see Bartel. Family name spelt Bartel, Bartell and Bartle.
Bartle, see Bartel. Family name spelt Bartel, Bartell and Bartle.
Barton Richard, of Hinxworth Herts, married Lydia Pearce. Page 3
Bassingbourn Independent Meeting. Pages 7, 18, 66, 76.
Beales, family of, live here now. Page 80.
Blowes James (12), lame, son of William and Mary. Page 82.
Blowes James (10), 1841 census. Page 82.
Blowes John (18), son of William and Mary. Page 82.
Blowes John, sleeps here as Horsekeeper. Page 77.
Blowes John (15), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 82.
Blowes Kitty (8), daughter of William and Mary. Page 82.
Blowes Mary (7), 1841 census. Page 82.
Blowes Mary, wife to William, daughter of Jane Thacker. Page 2, Page 82.
Blowes Mary (35), 1841 census. Page 82.
Blowes Moses (15), son of William and Mary. Page 82.
Blowes Moses (13), 1841 census. Page 82.
Blowes William, husband to Mary. Page 82.
Blowes William (35), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 82.
Blows, see Blowes.
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"Carpenter's Arms"/Axe and Compasses, public house. Page 1.
"Carpenter's Arms", c1905 photograph. Page 1.
Carter Cathrine (14), 1841 census, daughter of Richard. Page 1.
Carter Eliza, sister to Mrs Thomas Larkins. Page 1.
Carter Eliza (35), 1841 census, wife of Richard. Page 1.
Carter George (11), 1841 census, son of Richard. Page 1.
Carter Jane (8), 1841 census, daughter of Richard. Page 1.
Carter Rebecca (6), 1841 census, daughter of Richard. Page 1.
Carter Mr, as employer. Page 25.
Carter Richard, formally kept the "Carpenter's Arms". Page 1.
Carter Richard, lives here now. Page 18.
Carter Richard (40), 1841 census, wheelwright. Page 1.
Carter Richard, wheelwright, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
Carter Thomas (40/45), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 88.
Carter Thomas (27), a very respectable young man. Page 31.
Carter Thomas (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 31.
Casbourn Mary, farmer, widow. Page 74.
Casbourn Mrs, farmer, employer. Page 46.
Casbourn Mary (65), 1841 census, farmer (as Casburn). Page 74.
Casburn see Casbourn.
Caxton Workhouse. Pages 49 51.
Chapman Anne, a mother and widow. Page 15, Page 85.
Chapman Anne, now lives in the Walnut Field. Pages 15 85.
Chapman Ann (35), 1841 census. Page 15.
Chapman Bathsheba, living at Hatley with man called Mims. Page 70.
Chapman Charlotte (2), daughter of Jonathan and Mary. Page 32.
Chapman Charlotte (10m), 1841 census. Page 32.
Chapman Edward (12), son of James and Emma. Page 34.
Chapman Edward (11), 1841 census. Page 34.
Chapman Edward (7), son of Anne Chapman. Page 15.
Chapman Edward (6), 1841 census, son of Anne. Page 15.
Chapman Eliza (7m), daughter of Sarah Chapman. Page 33.
Chapman Emma, wife to James. Page 34.
Chapman Emma, half sister to Susan Titmus. Page 34.
Chapman Emana (50), 1841 census. Page 34.
Chapman Emma (10), daughter of Jonathan and Mary. Page 32.
Chapman Emma (8), 1841 census. Page 32.
Chapman Jabez, son of Bathsheba, carter, sleeps here. Page 70.
Chapman Jabez, and family, come to live here... Page 20.
Chapman Jabez, and family, gone to live with Rule Miller. Page 26.
Chapman Jabez, married to Eliza Warboys. Page 26 70.
Chapman James, widower. Page 86.
Chapman James, brother-in-law to Mary Storey. Page 86.
Chapman James (70), 1841 census. Page 86.
Chapman James, husband to Emma. Page 34.
Chapman James, brother to William.Pages 33 34.
Chapman James, witness in the Croydon Riot trial. Page 34.
Chapman James (50), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 34.
Chapman James (9), son of Anne Chapman. Page 15.
Chapman James (9), 1841 census, son of Anne. Page 15.
Chapman Jane, wife to Jonathan. Page 32, Page 91.
Chapman Jane, daughter of Jane Thacker. Pages 2, 32.
Chapman Jane (25), 1841 census. Page 32.
Chapman Jane (22), staying with grandfather James. Page 86.
Chapman Jane (17), 1841 census. Page 86.
Chapman Jane (8), daughter of James and Emma. Page 34.
Chapman Jane (8), 1841 census. Page 34.
Chapman Job (4), son of Jonathan and Mary. Page 32.
Chapman Job (2), 1841 census. Page 32.
Chapman John (28), son of James and Emma. Page 34.
Chapman John, gone to Canada. Page 34.
Chapman John (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 34.
Chapman Jonathan, husband to Jane. Page 32, Page 91.
Chapman Jonathan, son of William and Mary Chapman. Page 32.
Chapman Jonathan (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 32.
Chapman Mary, wife to William. Page 33.
Chapman Mary (50), 1841 census. Page 33.
Chapman Naomi (20), daughter of James and Emma. Page 34.
Chapman Sarah (23), daughter of William and Mary. Page 33.
Chapman Sarah, mother of base-born Eliza. Page 33.
Chapman Sarah (15), 1841 census, living here. Page 29.
Chapman Thomas (24), son of James and Emma. Page 34.
Chapman Thomas, gone to Canada. Page 34.
Chapman William, husband to Mary. Page 33.
Chapman William, brother to James. Pages 33 34.
Chapman William (50), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 33
Chapman William (12), son of Anne Chapman. Page 15.
Chapman William (12), 1841 census, son of Anne. Page 15.
Chapman William (8), son of Jonathan and Mary. Page 32.
Chapman William (4), 1841 census. Page 32.
Church Farm, photo. Page 88.
Clarke Charles (6), 1841 census, son? of Richard and Mary. Page 81.
Clarke Charles (6), son of Ruth Endersby? Pages 37 81.
Clarke Charles, emigrated to Australia 1854. Page 37.
Clarke David (10), 1841 census, son of Richard and Mary. Page 81.
Clarke Hannah (15), 1841 census, dau of Richard and Mary. Page 81.
Clarke John (13), 1841 census, son of Richard and Mary. Page 81.
Clarke John (1), 1841 census, visitor, see Endersby. Pages 37 81.
Clarke [Mary], wife to [Richard]. Page 81.
Clarke Mary (40), 1841 census. Page 81.
Clarke [Richard], husband to [Mary]. Page 81.
Clarke Richard (35), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 81.
Clarke Sarah (3), 1841 census, dau of Richard and Mary. Page 81.
Cockerell Hannah, niece of William and Sarah Fitzjohn. Page 59.
Cockerell Hannah (15), 1841 census (as Cockrell). Page 59.
Cockerell Mary, niece of William and Sarah Fitzjohn. Page 59.
Cockerell Mary (25), 1841 census (as Cockrell). Page 59.
Cockrell see Cockerell.
Cook Mahalath (22), Jacob Wootton's first wife? Page 7
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Darler see Darnell
Darlow see Darnell
Darnell Elizabeth (3), daughter to Joseph and Mary. Page 55.
Darnell Elizabeth (6m), 1841 census. Page 55.
Darnell Jane (5), daughter to Joseph and Mary. Page 55.
Darnell Jane (3), 1841 census. Page 55.
Darnell Joseph, husband to Mary. Page 55, Page 61.
Darnell Joseph (30), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 55.
Darnell Joseph (8), son to Joseph and Mary. Page 55.
Darnell Joseph (5), 1841 census. Page 55.
Darnell Mary, wife to Joseph, née Worland. Page 55, Page 61.
Darnell Mary, daughter of John Pratt and Lydia Worland. Page 55.
Darnell Mary (30), 1841 census. Page 55.
Darnell Samuel (3m), son to Joseph and Mary. Page 55.
Darnell William (14), son to Joseph and Mary. Page 55.
Darlow William (10), 1841 census. Page 55.
Darter see Darnell
Dealtry George Rev, 1841 census, Fulford's predecessor. Page 4
Deller see Darnell
"Downing Arms", public house. Page 71 72.
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Easy Alfred (2), 1841 census, son of Margret. Page 83.
Easy Eliza (4), 1841 census, daughter of Margret. Page 83.
Easy Emma, married William Thacker. Page 16.
Easy John, living with/later married Dinah Storey. Page 54.
Easy John, emigrated to Canada. Page 54.
Easy John, brother of Emma Thacker. Pages 16, 54.
Easy Margret (25), 1841 census, born Ireland, living here. Page 83.
Edersby see Endersby.
Edwards Maria (15), 1841 census, servant. Page 62.
Edwards Mary, "Widow Edwards", aged. Page 64.
Edwards Mary, grandmother to Samuel Richardson. Pages 5 64.
Edwards Mary, grandmother to Anne Thompson. Pages 52 64.
Edwards Mary (65), 1841 census. Page 64.
Ellis Caroline Frances, gravestone, daughter of William. Page 88.
Ellis Charlotte (8), 1841 census, daughter of William. Page 88.
Ellis Emma (20), 1841 census, wife of William. Page 88.
Ellis Sarah, gravestone, wife of William. Page 88.
Ellis William, farmer, parish guardian. Page 88.
Ellis Mr, farmer, employer. Pages 6 7 10 15 21 23 24 47 65 85.
Ellis William Stanton, gravestone. Page 88.
Ellis William, farmer, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
Ellis William (25), 1841 census, farmer. Page 88.
Elliston Mr, taking over Mrs Casbourn's farm. Page 74.
Elliston Mr, farmer, employer. Page 8 16 31 43 44 60.
Elliston Robert, of Drury Lane, actor and theatre manager. Page 74.
Endersby David (18), son of John and Mary. Page 57.
Endersby David (15), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 57.
Endersby John, husband to Mary. Page 57, Page 61.
Endersby John (50), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 57.
Endersby John (6m), son of William and Ruth. Page 37.
Endersby John, emigrated to Australia. Page 37.
Endersby Mary, wife to John, née Green. Page 57, Page 61.
Endersby Mary, sister to John Green. Page 57 58.
Endersby Mary (50), 1841 census. Page 57.
Endersby Richard (25), idiot son of John and Mary. Page 57.
Endersby Richard (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 57.
Endersby Ruth, wife to William. Page 37.
Endersby Ruth, daughter of Mary Clarke. Pages 37 81.
Endersby Ruth, had base-born child (Charles Clarke?). Pages 38, 81.
Endersby Ruth (20), 1841 census. Page 37.
Endersby Ruth, emigrated to Australia. Page 37.
Endersby Stephen (27), son of John and Mary. Page 57.
Endersby Stephen (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 57.
Endersby William, husband to Ruth. Page 37, Page 57.
Endersby William, son of John and Mary Endersby. Pages 37 57.
Endersby William (25), 1841 census. Page 37.
Endersby William, emigrated to Australia. Page 37.
Eversden Independent Meeting. Page 64 67 77.
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Fitzjohn Charles (30), 1841 census. Page 59.
Fitzjohn William, bailiff to Mr Elliston. Page 59.
Fitzjohn William (70), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 59.
Fitzjohn Sarah, sister to William Fitzjohn. Page 59.
Fitzjohn Sarah (75), 1841 census. Page 59.
Fulford Francis Rev, The Rectory. Page 4.
Fulford Mrs, teaches the girls on the Sundays. See Preface.
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Gape Mr, estate owner, farmer. Page 91.
Gates Charlotte, wife to Robert. Page 44.
Gates Charlotte (40), 1841 census. Page 44.
Gates James (21), son of Robert and Charlotte. Page 44.
Gates James, living with, married to Mary Lyon. Pages 36 44.
Gates James (20), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 44.
Gates Maria (9), daughter of Robert and Charlotte. Page 44.
Gates Maria (7), 1841 census. Page 44.
Gates Robert, husband to Charlotte. Page 44.
Gates Robert (40), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 44.
Gates William (24), son of Robert and Charlotte. Page 44.
Gates William (20), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 44.
Gentle Joseph (21), son of William and Mary. Page 67.
Gentle Joseph, carpenter, now living at Eversden. Page 67.
Gentle Joseph (20), 1841 census, carpenter. Page 67.
Gentle Marianne (18), daughter of William and Mary. Silly. Page 67.
Gentle Marianne (15), 1841 census, as Mary. Page 67.
Gentle Mary, wife to William, previous husband called Allen. Page 67.
Gentle Mary (65), 1841 census. Page 67.
Gentle Philip (22), son of William and Mary. Page 67.
Gentle Philip, in goal for riot at Caxton Workhouse. Page 67.
Gentle Philip, gone to Canada. Page 67.
Gentle Phillip (15), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 76.
Gentle William, husband to Mary. Page 67.
Gentle William (50), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 67.
George Mr, farmer, employer. Page 44 66 67 82.
George Mrs, servant to. Page 2.
German Kitty, wife to Samuel. Page 25.
German Kitty (45), 1841 census [as Jarman]. Page 25.
German Samuel, husband to Kitty, alias Lyon. Page 25.
German Samuel (45), 1841 census, carpenter [as Jarman]. Page 25.
German Sarah (25), daughter of Samuel and Kitty. Page 25.
German Sarah (25), has baseborn child. Page 25.
German Sarah (20), 1841 census [as Jarman]. Page 25.
Graves Anne, widow, nee Lee. Page 18, Page 46.
Graves Anne, mother of Samuel Graves. Page 18.
Graves Ann (60), 1841 census, mother to Jane. Page 18.
Graves Hannah, wife to Samuel. Page 18, Page 46.
Graves Hannah sister to Kezia Law. Page 18.
Graves Hannah sister to Mary Newman. Page 18.
Graves Jane (26), daughter of Anne Graves. Page 18.
Graves Jane, worked for Mrs Fulford. Page 18.
Graves Jane (20), 1841 census, daughter of Ann. Page 18.
Graves Samuel, husband to Hannah. Page 18, Page 46.
Graves Samuel, son of Anne Graves. Page 18.
Graves Samuel (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Pages 18 62.
Graves Samuel (6m), son of Samuel and Hannah Graves. Page 18.
Graves William. (Also known as Samuel?) Page 9.
Graves William, cousin of Catherine Lee. Page 9.
Graves William, cousin of Susan Titmus. Page 35.
Graves William, has his meals here. Page 35.
Graves William, now lodges with John Green. Page 9.
Graves William, took part in the Croydon Riot. Page 9.
Greaves, see Graves. Family name spelt Graves and Greaves.
Green Anne (4), grandaughter (?) of John and Susan. Page 58.
Green Ann (3), 1841 census. Page 58.
Green Lydia (15), daughter to John and Susan. Page 58.
Green Lydia (15), 1841 census. Page 58.
Green John, husband to Susan. Page 58, Page 91.
Green John, brother to Mary Endersby. Page 57.
Green John. Article: "The Lost Convict" (opens in Word)
Green John, took part in the Croydon Riot. Page 58.
Green John, "transported to Australia" for seven years. Page 58.
Green John, shopkeeper, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
Green John (20), son of John and Susan. Page 58.
Green John (12), son (?) of John and Susan. Page 58.
Green John (10), 1841 census. Page 58.
Green Susan, wife to John. Page 58, Page 91.
Green Susan (25), 1841 census. Page 58.
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Hagger Bathsheba, wife to John. Page 10.
Hagger Bathsheba, washerwomen to Rev Francis Fulford. Page 10.
Hagger Bersheba (45), 1841 census. Page 10.
Hagger Biddy, wife to James, born Ireland, Catholic. Page 58, Page 83.
Hagger Biddy (50), 1841 census. Page 83.
Hagger Emma (18), daughter of John and Bathsheba. Page 10.
Hagger Emma, baseborn child by a Wendy man. Page 10.
Hagger Emma (18), servant of Rev Francis Fulford. Page 10.
Hagger James, husband to Biddy. Page 58, Page 83.
Hagger James (60), 1841 census. Page 83.
Hagger James (15), son of John and Bathsheba. Page 10.
Hagger James (13), 1841 census. Page 10.
Hagger Jane (12), daughter of John and Bathsheba. Page 10.
Hagger John, husband to Bathsheba. Page 10.
Hagger John, brother of Richard Hagger. Page 2.
Hagger John, father to Mary Payne. Page 10.
Hagger John (55), 1841 census. agricultural labourer. Page 10.
(Hagger) Rebecca, unidentified child. Page 10.
(Hagger) Rebecca (10m?), 1841 census. Page 10.
Hagger Richard. Page 8.
Hagger Richard, brother of John Hagger. Page 2.
Hagger Richard, has his meals here. Page 2.
Hagger Richard, has his meals at James and Jane Thacker's. Page 8.
Hagger Richard, sleeps at John and Sarah Pedley's. Page 2.
Hagger Richard (40), 1841 census, living here. Page 2.
Hagger William (26), son of James. Page 83.
Hardscomb Lydia (40), Jacob Wootton's second wife. Page 7.
Hardwicke Lady, housekeeper to. Page 78.
Hardwicke Lady, worked in her nursery. Page 14.
Hardwicke Lady, generally gives him a Xmas present. Page 47.
Hardwicke Lord, worked for. Page 33.
Harper Elizabeth, maid to Mrs Casbourn. Page 74.
Harper Sarah, maid to Mrs Casbourn. Page 74.
Harper Sarah (15), 1841 census, servant. Page 74.
Haydon Mr, of Arrington, farmer, employer. Pages 5 20 40 48 83.
Haylett see Ilot. Family name spelt Hilott, Haylott, Ilot and Ilott.
Haylett William, Chelsea pensioner, also known as Ilot[t]. Page 24.
Hill Anne, wife to William. Page 24.
Hill Anne, sister to John Hilott (Ilot). Page 24.
Hill Anne, née Ann Ilot. Page 24.
Hill Anne (45), 1841 census [As Ann Hills]. Page 24.
Hill Anne, wife to Thomas (née Worland). Page 49.
Hill Anne, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth Worland. Page 49.
Hill Anne, gone to Canada, writes letter back home. Page 49.
Hill Lydia (15), 1841 census [as Hills]. Page 24.
Hill Lydia, married John Miller, married James Payne. Page 48.
Hill John (24), son of William and Anne Hill. Page 24.
Hill John (24), is gone to Canada. Page 24.
Hill John (20), 1841 census, ag labourer [as Hills]. Page 24.
Hill Mary (13), daughter of William and Anne Hill. Page 24.
Hill Mary (10), 1841 census [as Hills]. Page 24.
Hill Rebecca (10), daughter of William and Anne Hill. Page 24.
Hill Rebecca (8), 1841 census [as Hills]. Page 24.
Hill Samuel (15), son of William and Anne Hill. Page 24.
Hill Samuel (14), 1841 census [as Hills]. Page 24.
Hill Thomas, husband to Anne. Page 49.
Hill Thomas, son of William Hill. Pages 24 49.
Hill Thomas, gone to Canada. Page 49.
Hill William, husband to Anne. Page 24.
Hill William (40), 1841 census, ag labourer [as Hills]. Page 24.
Hill William Ilot (2m), son of Thomas and Anne. Page 49.
Hills see Hill.
Hilott see Ilot. Family name spelt Hilott, Haylott, Ilot and Ilott.
Hopkins Edith, wife to John. Page 38.
Hopkins Edith, daughter of Anne Thomas. Pages 17 38.
Hopkins Eaddy (30), 1841 census. Page 38.
How Joel, and second wife. Page 17.
How Joel's first wife, daughter of Elizabeth Lee. Page 17.
Hopkins John, husband to Edith. Page 38.
Hopkins John, took part in the Croydon Riot. Page 38.
Hopkins John (40), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 38.
Hopkins Mary (11), daughter of John and Edith. Page 38.
Hopkins Mary (9), 1841 census. Page 38.
Hopkins Mr, of Basingbourn, puchased James Bartel's house. Page 41.
Hopkins Rebecca (1), daughter of John and Edith. Page 38.
Hopkins Samuel (4), son of John and Edith. Page 38.
Hopkins Samuell (2), 1841 census. Page 38.
Howard Mary, straightforward respectable woman. Page 42.
Howard Mary, owns this house. Pages 42 43.
Howard Mary (60), 1841 census. Page 42.
How see Hows.
Hows Elizabeth, née Lee, wife of Joel Hows, died 1842. Page 17, Page 68.
Hows Elizabeth (15), 1841 census. Page 68.
Hows Joel, husband to first wife Elizabeth. Page 17, Page 68.
Hows Joel (20), 1841 census, blacksmith. Pages 17 68.
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Explanatory Notes: Fulford generally devoted one page to each property; and I have retained his page numbers as serials for the entries. Crossings out shown are as in the original document. Information, footnotes and commentary additional to the original "Speculum Gregis" texts are shown as [grey text in square brackets].

In the pages of the original "Speculum Gregis", two handwritings are apparent, that of Francis Fulford (entries from 1843 to 1845) and that of his successor, the Rev Sandilands (entries from 1845 to 1848). The notes by the Rev Sandilands have been shown in this online edition as RSBS: (dark blue text within round brackets) and sometimes identified as a later entry. However, having taken the opportunity to check the first 30 pages of the original manuscript, I found that quite a number of comments attributed to Sandilands in "The Rector and his Flock" were actually in Fulford's handwriting. I assume from the chronology of some of the entries in the later 61 pages that there will be other attributions that will fall into this category.
  A national Census was taken on the 6 June 1841, three weeks before Fulford's arrival in Cambridgeshire and eighteen months before the "Speculum Gregis" was started. Details from the Croydon-cum-Clopton census have been added to page entries where appropriate. Note that the ages of adults were generally rounded to the nearest five years by the census enumerator and therefore they should not be taken as a reliable indication of age. 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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