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).
-
-
Index of Names I to L    [A-H] [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.

-
Looking for Someone?
Seach our Index of Names. Over 1200 'Speculum Gregis' names, known variations and context in alphabetical order.
Or use the Search Box at the top of each page. Search every word from 'Speculum' Gregis and my other local history sites.
-
I
Ilot, elder son of William and Anne Hill, army discharge. Page 24.
Ilot, married Susan Warboys, a widow. Pages 24 26.
Ilot Eliza (15), daughter of John and Sarah Ilot. Page 22.
Ilot Eliza (13), 1841 census. Page 22.
Ilot John, husband to Sarah. Page 22.
Ilot John, brother to Anne Hill.Page 22.
Ilot John, brother to Bathsheba Chapman. Page 22.
Ilot John (40), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 22.
Ilot John (19), son of John and Sarah Ilot. Page 22.
Ilot John (15), 1841 census. Page 22.
Ilot Joseph (5), son of John and Sarah Ilot. Page 22.
Ilot Joseph (4), 1841 census. Page 22.
Ilot Sarah, wife to John. Page 22.
Ilot Sarah, cousin to Ann Pearce. Page 22.
Ilot Sarah (40), 1841 census. Page 22.
Ilot Stephen (8m), (deceased?) son of John and Sarah. Page 22.
Ilot Thomas (21), son of John and Sarah Ilot. Page 22.
Ilot Thomes, since married.Page 22.
Ilot Thomas (15), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 22.
Ilot Thomas, and family, live here now. Page 29.
Ilot William, son of William and Anne Hill, army discharge. Page 24.
Ilot William, married Susan Warboys, a widow. Pages 24 26.
Ilot William, also known as William Haylett.Pages 24 26.
Ilott see Ilot. Family name spelt Hilott, Haylott, Ilot and Ilott.
-
J
Jackson Ann, wife (?) to Thomas. Page 63.
Jackson Ann, photograph of gravestone. Page 63.
Jackson Mary (40), 1841 census, wife (?) to Thomas. Page 63.
Jackson Thomas, husband to Mary (?). Page 63, Page 70.
Jackson Thomas. See Croydon Farmers.
Jackson Mr, farmer and employer. Page 38 46 52.
Jackson Thomas (50), 1841 census, farmer. Page 63.
Jackson Thomas, died 1863, photograph of gravestone. Page 63.
Jackson Thomas, farmer, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
Janeway Sarah (22), sister of Charles King. Page 70.
Janeway Sarah (King?), lives with uncle at Arrington Bridge. Page 70.
Jarman, see German.
-
K
Kidman Allen (23), son of Sarah Pateman by first husband. Page 30.
King Alfred (6), son of James and Mary. Page 60.
King Alfred (5), 1841 census. Page 60.
King Charles (20), farmer, husband to Emily. Page 70.
King Charles, brother of Sarah Janeway (22) lives here. Page 70.
King Charles, baptised 1823, son of Charles and Elizabeth. Page 70.
King Charles (17), 1841 census, farmer. Page 70.
King Mr C, farmer, employer. Page 9 17 26 33 42 54 72.
King Ellen (3), daughter of James and Mary. Page 60.
King Ellen (1), 1841 census. Page 60.
King Emily, wife to Charles, née Cross, from St Neots. Page 70.
King Emily (20), 1841 census, as Heneretta. Page 70.
King Emily (5), daughter of James and Mary. Page 60.
King Emmelia (3), 1841 census. Page 60.
King James, husband to Mary. Page 60.
King James (30), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 60.
King James, farmer of Tadlow. Page 88. See Croydon Riot.
King John, farmer, husband to Mrs King. Page 73.
King John, son of Mr James King of Tadlow. Pages 73 88.
King John, farmer, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
King Mrs, wife to John, née Ellis. Page 73.
King Mrs, sister to Mr William Ellis. Pages 73 88.
King Mary, wife to James, née Pateman. Page 60.
King Mary, daughter of William Pateman. Page 30 60.
King Mary (30), 1841 census. Page 60.
King Sarah (Janeway?), lives with uncle at Arrington Bridge. Page 70.
King Sarah [Ann] (1), daughter of James and Mary. Page 60.
-
L
Larkins Alfred (9), 1841 census, son of Thomas. Page 14.
Larkins Caroline, daughter of [James and] Charlotte. Page 78.
Larkins Carilione (15), 1841 census, staying with. Page 14.
Larkins [Charles], a "very wild one", son of Charlotte, b.1823. Page 78.
Larkins Charles (15), 1841 census. Page 78.
Larkins Charlotte, "Widow Larkins" born Maidstone, Kent. Page 78.
Larkins Charlotte, housekeeper to Lady Hardwicke. Page 78.
Larkins Charlotte (35), 1841 census. Page 78.
Larkins Eliza, beer retailer, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
Larkins Elizabeth (40), 1841 census, wife to Thomas. Page 14.
Larkins Elizabeth, daughter of [James and[ Charlotte. Page 78.
Larkins Emma, wife of William. Page 61.
Larkins Emma (25), 1841 census. Page 61.
Larkins Emma (15), 1841 census, daughter of Thomas. Page 14.
Larkins Louisa, daughter of [James and[ Charlotte. Page 78.
Larkins James, cattle drover, late husband to Charlotte. Page 78.
Larkins Jane, daughter of Charlotte, wife to John Simons. Page 78.
Larkins Jane (10m), 1841 census staying with. Page 14.
Larkins Joseph, son of William and Mary. Page 61.
Larkins Joseph (4), 1841 census. Page 61.
Larkins Sarah, daughter of [James and] Charlotte. Page 78.
Larkins Sarah (12), 1841 census, servant, living here. Page 80.
Larkins Thomas, publican, husband to (Elizabeth). Page 14.
Larkins Thomas, died in 1847. Page 14.
Larkins Thomas (40), 1840 census, publican. Page 14.
Larkins Thomas Mrs, sister to. Page 1.
Larkins Violetta, daughter of [James and] Charlotte. Page 78.
Larkins "Widow", see Larkins Charlotte. Page 78.
Larkins William, "Old Larkins", cattle drover. Page 61.
Larkins William, father of Thomas Larkin. Pages 14 61 78.
Larkins William (70), 1841 census, drover. Page 61.
Larkins William, husband to Emma. Page 61.
Larkins William (25), 1841 census, butcher. Page 61.
Law Anne, wife to William. Page 40.
Law Ann (60), 1841 census. Page 40.
Law Ann (1), 1841 census, daughter of David and Kezia? Page 69.
Law Charles (9), son of William Law and previous wife. Page 11.
Law Charles (7), 1841 census. Page 11.
Law David, husband to Kezia. Page 69.
Law David, brother to William Law. Pages 11 69.
Law David (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 69.
Law David (11), son of James and Sarah. Page 76.
Law David (8), 1841 census. Page 76.
Law Ellen, wife to William. Page 11.
Law Ellen, gravestone. Page 11.
Law Ellen (25), 1841 census. Page 11.
Law Ellen (1), daughter of William and Ellen. Page 11.
Law James, farmer, husband to Sarah. Page 76.
Law James, brother of William Law. Pages 11 76.
Law James, farmer, employer, Croydon Wilds. Page 84.
Law James (25), farmer, 1841 census. Page 76.
Law Kezia, wife to David. Page 69.
Law Kezia, sister to Hannah Graves. Pages 18 69.
Law Kezia, sister to Mary Newman. Pages 42 69.
Law Kezia (25), 1841 census, as Kisian. Page 69.
Law Martin (7), son of James and Sarah. Page 76.
Law Martin (5), 1841 census. Page 76.
Law Philip (5), son of James and Sarah. Page 76.
Law Phillip (3), 1841 census. Page 76.
Law Sarah, wife to James. Page 76.
Law Sarah (25), 1841 census. Page 76.
Law Sarah Anne (4), daughter to James and Sarah. Page 76.
Law Sarah (1), 1841 census. Page 76.
Law William, husband to Anne. Page 40.
Law William (60), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 40.
Law William, husband to Ellen. Page 11.
Law William, gravestone. Page 11.
Law William, brother of James Law. Pages 11 76.
Lee Anne (8), daughter of James and Catherine. Page 35.
Lee Ann (7), 1841 census. Page 35.
Lee Catherine, wife to James. Page 35.
Lee Catherine, cousin to William Graves. Page 9.
Lee Cathrine (25), 1841 census. Page 35.
Lee Charles (9m), son of William and Mary. Page 17.
Lee David, son of John and Elizabeth. Page 68.
Lee David (12), 1841 census. Page 68.
Lee Eliza, daughter of John and Elizabeth. Page 68.
Lee Eliza (9), 1841 census. Page 68.
Lee Elizabeth, wife to John. Page 68.
Lee Elizabeth, mother of William Lee. Pages 17 68.
Lee Elizabeth, mother of James Lee. Pages 35 68.
Lee Elizabeth, mother of Elizabeth, Joel Hows' first wife. Pages 17 68.
Lee Elizabeth (55), 1841 census. Page 68.
Lee Elizabeth, married Joel Hows, died in childbirth. Pages 17 68.
Lee Elizath (15), 1841 census. Page 68.
Lee Lydia, keeps house for brother William. Page 53, Page 68.
Lee Lydia (15), 1841 census. Page 53.
Lee James, husband to Catherine. Page 53.
Lee James, son of Elizabeth Lee. Page 35.
Lee James, Schoolmaster. Preface
Lee James (25), 1841 census. Page 35.
Lee Jerah, son of John and Elizabeth. Page 68.
Lee John, husband to Elizabeth. Page 68.
Lee John (55), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 68.
Lee John (4), son of James and Catherine. Page 35.
Lee John (2), 1841 census. Page 35.
Lee Mary, wife to William. Page 17.
Lee Mary, daughter of Anne Thomas. Page 17.
Lee Mary, died of typhus fever. Pages 17 53.
Lee Mary (25), 1841 census. Page 17.
Lee Richard (2), son of James and Catherine. Page 35.
Lee Sarah (10), daughter of James and Catherine. Page 35.
Lee Sarah (8), 1841 census. Page 35.
Lee Susan (15), 1841 census, servant. Page 70.

Lee Thomas, married Ann Wootton. Page 90.

Lee Thomas (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 53.
Lee William, husband to Mary. Page 17, Page 53.
Lee William, son to Elizabeth Lee. Page 17.
Lee William, remarried to Ann Spencer. Page 53.
Lee William (30), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 17.
Lilly Mr, farmer, employer at Hatley. Page 26.
Lion see Lyon.
Lowins see Lowrings.
Lowrings Ann (40), 1841 census, as Lowins. Page 56.
Lowrings Dinah, wife to John. Page 56.
Lowrings John, husband to Dinah. Page 56.
Lowrings John, brother to Dinah Storey. Page 54 56.
Lowrings Sarah (10), 1841 census, as Lowins. Page 56.
Lowrings Thomas (40), 1841 census, as Lowins. Page 56.
Lyon Christopher, husband to Ruth. Page 36, Page 74.
Lyon Christopher (60), 1841 census, carpenter. Page 36.
Lyon Eliza, wife to William, shopkeeper. Page 39.
Lyon Eliza, daughter of John Simpson, ex Parish Clerk. Pages 39 50.
Lyon Eliza, photo of gravestone in Croydon churchyard. Page 39.
Lyon Eliza (35), 1841 census. Page 39.
Lyon Ellen (10), 1841 census, daughter of William and Eliza. Page 39.
Lyon Ellias (2), 1841 census, son of William and Eliza. Page 39.
Lyon Emily (1), daughter of James and Mary. Page 27.
Lyon Emma (4), 1841 census, daughter of William and Eliza. Page 39.
Lyon Hezikeih (8), 1841 census, son of William and Eliza. Page 39.
Lyon Izabell (12), census, daughter of William and Eliza. Page 39.
Lyon (as alias) Kitty German, husband of Samuel German. Page 25.
Lyon James (26), husband to Mary. Page 27.
Lyon James, son of Sarah Lyon. Page 27.
Lyon James, in prison for poaching. Page 27.
Lyon James, in prison for stealing from Wimpole Hall. Page 27.
Lyon James (25), census 1851, agricultural labourer. Page 27.
Lyon Joseph (10), [Josiah?] son of Sarah Lyon. Page 27.
Lyon Josiah (10), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 27.
Lyon Levi (5), son of James and Mary. Page 27.
Lyon Levi (3), 1841 census. Page 27.
Lyon Martha, wife to Thomas. Page 31.
Lyon Martha (35), 1841 census. Page 31.
Lyon Mary, wife to James. Page 27.
Lyon Mary (25), 1841 census. Page 27.
Lyon [Mary?], living with Thomas Pestill. Page 28.
Lyon Mary, baptized Wimpole 18 November 1810. Page 28.
Lyon Mary (30), 1841 census. Page 28.
Lyon Mary (26), daughter of Christopher and Ruth. Page 36.
Lyon Mary, living with, married to James Gates. Page 36 44.
Lyon Mary (25), 1841 census. Page 44.
Lyon Mary (19), daughter of Sarah Lyon. Page 27.
Lyon Mary (15), 1841 census. Page 27.
Lyon Robert, aged and infirm. Page 27.
Lyon Robert (60), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 27.
Lyon Robert (21), son of Sarah Lyon. Page 27.
Lyon Robert (15), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 70.
Lyon Ruth, wife to Christopher. Page 36.
Lyon Ruth, daughter of Mary Storey by her first husband. Pages 36 85.
Lyon Ruth, sister to Elizabeth Spencer. Pages 36 51.
Lyon Ruth (50), 1841 census. Page 36.
Lyon Sarah, widow, carrier to Royston and Cambridge. Page 27.
Lyon Sarah (60), 1841 census. Page 27.
Lyon Samuel (23), son of Christopher and Ruth. Page 36.
Lyon Samuel, ill with dropsy, died 11 July 1843. Page 36.
Lyon Thomas, husband to Martha. Page 31.
Lyon Thomas, son of Christopher Lyon. Pages 31 36.
Lyon William, husband to Eliza, shopkeeper. Page 39.
Lyon William, photo of gravestone in Croydon churchyard. Page 39.
Lyon William (35), 1841 census, baker. Page 39.
Lyon William (18), son of Thomas and Martha. Page 31.
Lyon William (15), son of Sarah Lyon. Page 27.
Lyon William (13), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 27.
Lyon William, shopkeeper, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
-
-
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.

I want this site to be as accurate and as informative as possible - please let me know if something is wrong, however trivial the correction. I would also welcome additional information to add to the annotated text - especially from those with 'family' in Croydon between 1840 and 1850.

Please e-mail with full details.

-
Sign the Speculum Gregis Guestbook
Speculum Gregis Guestbook - View it under the 'Feedback' tab above.
Sign our Guestbook - Just say 'hello'... ask a question... provide site feedback... provide or request information...
-
© Website and Transcription Copyright Steve Odell 2002-2014. 
Many apperceive the cast Tag Heuer, which has replica watches uk some arising collectible examples. The added abnormal and colorful, the added absorption they get. This includes the Monaco model, although these models accept rolex replica already acquired abundant cachet to be on the top ancillary in agreement of amount if they accept accustomed able affliction and storage. Other brands with abeyant for beginning collectors are Ulysee-Nardin, Universal Geneve and Longines if in excellent condition, all of replica rolex which are featured in Haines book Vintage Wristwatches.
All information on this web site is supplied in good faith.
No responsibility can be taken for errors or omissions.
This site does not use cookies.