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 M to S    [A to H] [I to L] [T to 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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Manor Farm, Croydon. Pages 80 81 82. Also see Croydon Farmers.
Martin see Worland.
Merry Ann, wife to Chandler, née Abrahams. Page 62.
Merry Ann (20), as Meery, 1841 census. Page 62.
Merry Chandler, 1812-1864, husband to Ann. Page 62.
Merry Mr, farmer, employer. Pages 3 18 56 68 80.
Merry Chandler. See Croydon Farmers.
Merry Chandler, reported suicide attempt. Page 62.
Merry Chandler (25), as Meery, 1841 census, farmer. Page 62.
Merry Chandler, farmer, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
Miller Ann, wife to William. Page 48.
Miller Ann, sister to Sarah Pedley. Page 8.
Miller Ann (50), 1841 census. Page 48.
Miller James, father to Mary Presland. Page 47.
Miller James, died 1847, buried in Arrington Churchyard. Page 47.
Miller John, husband to Lydia. Page 48.
Miller John, sent to prison for leaving his family on parish. Page 48.
Miller Lydia, wife to John. Page 48.
Miller Lydia, daughter of William and Anne Hill. Pages 24 48.
Miller Lydia, née Hill, later married James Payne. Page 48.
Miller Rule, bad and drunken fellow. Lodges here. Page 20.
Miller Rule, house belongs to. Page 20.
Miller Rule (50), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 20.
Miller William, husband to Ann. Page 48.
Miller William (50), 1841 census. Page 48.
Miller William (2m), son of John and Lydia. Page 48.
Mims Elizabeth (15), servant, living here, 1841 census. Page 77.
Mole David, shoemaker, husband to Sarah. Page 16.
Mole David (5), son of David and Sarah. Page 16.
Mole David (2), son of William and Sarah. Page 13.
Mole David (6m), 1841 census, son of William. Page 13.
Mole George (15), 1841 census, son of Richard. Page 12.
Mole Henry Tingey, husband to Mary Ann. Page 75.
Mole Henry T, farmer, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
Mole Henry (born c1840), son of Henry and Mary Ann. Page 75.
Mole James (20), 1841 census, son of Richard. Page 12.
Mole John (10), son of William and Sarah. Page 13.
Mole John (8), 1841 census, son of William. Page 13.
Mole John (born c1842), son of Henry and Mary Ann. Page 75.
Mole Joseph (15), 1841 census, son of Richard. Page 12.
Mole Lettucie (50), 1841 census, wife to Richard. Page 12.
Mole Luke (7), son of William and Sarah. Page 13.
Mole Luke (5), 1841 census, son of William. Page 13.
Mole Marianne (11), [Mary?] daughter of William. Page 13.
Mole Mary Ann, wife to Henry. Page 75.
Mole Mary (30), [Sarah Mole?] 1841 census. Page 13.
Mole Mary (9), (Marianne?] 1841 census. Page 13.
Mole Richard, blacksmith, husband to Lettucie [?]. Page 12.
Mole Richard (55), 1841 census, smith. Page 12.
Mole Richard, blacksmith, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
Mole Sarah, [Mary Mole?] wife to William. Page 13.
Mole Sarah, wife to David. Page 16.
Mole Sarah (born c1845), daughter of Henry and Mary Ann. Page 75.
Mole William, blacksmith, husband to Sarah. Page 13.
Mole William (30), 1841 census, smith. Page 13.
Mole William (4), son of William and Sarah. Page 13.
Mole William (3), 1841 census, son of William. Page 13.
Morden Dissenting Chapel. Pages 17 34 65.
Moule see Mole. Family name spelt: Mole and Moule.
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Nash Emily (17), (Emma?) daughter of Thomas Nash. Page 29.
Nash Emma (12), 1841 census [Emily?]. Page 29.
Nash Henry, son of Thomas Nash. Page 29.
Nash Henry (4), 1841 census, son of Thomas. Page 29.
Nash Isabel, daughter of Thomas Nash. Page 29.
Nash Isibell (5), 1841 census, daughter of Thomas. Page 29.
Nash Thomas, widower. Page 29.
Nash Thomas, brother to Susan Titmus. Page 9.
Nash Thomas, wife was a gypsy, lived in a tent towards Hatley. Page 29.
Nash Thomas (35), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 29.
Nash [Thomas?], living with Mary Newman. Page 87.
Nelson John (17), son of Biddy Hagger. Page 83.
Nelson John (14), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 62.
Nelson Kitty (13), daughter of Biddy Hagger. Page 83.
Nelson Kitty (11), 1841 census, born Ireland. Page 83.
Newman Charlotte (13), daughter of William and Mary. Page 42.
Newman Charlotte (10), 1841 census. Page 42.
Newman Jane Ann (2m), daughter of William and Mary. Page 42.
Newman Mary (35), 1841 census. Page 47 87.
Newman Mary, wife to William.Page 42 [speculative: Page 87?].
Newman Mary, sister to Hannah Graves. Pages 18 42.
Newman Mary, sister to Kezia Law. Page 42.
Newman Mary, living with a man called Nash. Page 87.
Newman Mary, daughter of Charles Titmus. Pages 43 87.
Newman Mary (30), 1841 census. Page 42 [speculative: Page 87?].
Newman Mary (12), 1841 census. Page 47 [speculative: Page 87?].
Newman Richard (10), son of William and Mary. Page 42.
Newman Richard (9), 1841 census. Page 42.
Newman William, husband to Mary. Page 42.
Newman William, son of Mary Howard by her first husband. Page 42.
Newman William (30), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 42.
Newman William (3), son of William and Mary. Page 42.
Newman William (1), 1841 census. Page 42.
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"Odd Fellows Club". John Titmus is member. Page 6.
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Page James (7), son of Sarah. Page 50.
Page James (4), 1841 census, unkown location. Page 50.
Page John (11), son of Sarah. Page 50.
Page John (9), 1841 census, unkown location. Page 50.
Page Sarah, husband transported about 1840. Page 50.
Page Sarah (30), 1841 census, unkown location. Page 50.
Page Samuel (10), son of Sarah. Page 50.
Page Samuel (7), 1841 census, unkown location. Page 50.
Pain see Payne. Family name spelt Payne, Paine and Pain.
Paine see Payne. Family name spelt Payne, Paine and Pain.
Pateman Alice, (née Ingrey), first wife of William Pateman. Page 50.
Pateman Ann, daughter of William and Sarah. Page 30.
Pateman Edith, (née Leonard) wife to William. Page 50.
Pateman Elizabeth, daughter of William and Alice. Page 30.
Pateman James, son of William and Alice. Page 30.
Pateman James, son of William and Edith. Page 50.
Pateman John, husband to Mary. Page 65.
Pateman John, son of William and Alice. Pages 30 65.
Pateman John (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 65.
Pateman John, emigrated to Australia 1952. Page 65.
Pateman John (5), son of John and Mary. Page 65.
Pateman John (3), 1841 census, son of John and Mary. Page 65.
Pateman Josiah (2m), son of William and Edith. Page 50.
Pateman Josiah, died 1844 aged two. Page 50,
Pateman Marianne (5), daughter of William and Edith. Page 50.
Pateman Martha, 1845-1847, daughter of John and Mary. Page 65.
Pateman Martha, born 1847, daughter of John and Mary. Page 65.
Pateman Mary, wife to John, née Lee. Page 65.
Pateman Mary, daughter of John Lee. Pages 65 68.
Pateman Mary (20), 1841 census. Page 65.
Pateman Mary, died during emigration to Australia 1852. Page 65.
Pateman Mary, daughter of William and Alice. Pages 30 60.
Pateman Samuel, son of William and Sarah. Page 30.
Pateman Sarah, wife to William. Page 30.
Pateman Sarah, mother of Allen Kidman (23). Page 30.
Pateman Sarah (50), 1841 census. Page 30.
Pateman Timothy, son of William and Sarah. Page 30.
Pateman William, husband to Sarah. Page 30.
Pateman William, father of John Pateman. Page 30 65
Pateman William, first wife was Alice (née Ingrey). Page 30.
Pateman William (55), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 30.
Pateman William, husband to Edith. Page 50.
Pateman William, son of William and Alice. Page 30 50.
Payne Alfred (2m), son of William and Mary Payne. Page 23.
Payne Caleb, shephard, husband to Maria. Page 15.
Payne Emma, b1853, daughter of James and Lydia Payne.
Payne James, son of Thomas and Julia. Page 23.
Payne James, married Lydia Miller (née Hill). Page 48.
Payne James (25), as Paine, 1841 census, ag labourer. Page 63.
Payne Julia, wife of Thomas. Page 23.
Payne Julia, née Julia Wenham. Page 23.
Payne Julia (65), 1841 census [as Paine]. Page 23.
Payne Maria, wife to Caleb. Page 15.
Payne Mary, wife to William. Page 23.
Payne Mary, daughter of John and Bathsheba Hagger. Pages 10 23.
Payne Mary, needlewoman to Rev Fulford. Page 23.
Payne Mary (25), 1841 census [as Paine]. Page 23.
Payne Thomas, husband to Julia. Page 23.
Payne (Pain) Thomas, took part in the Croydon Riot. Page 23.
Payne Thomas (60), 1841 census [as Paine]. Page 23.
Payne William, husband to Mary. Page 23.
Payne William, son of Thomas and Julia. Page 23.
Payne William (30), 1841 census, ag lab [as Paine]. Page 23.
Pearce Anne, wife to William. Page 3.
Pearce Ann (45), 1841 census, husband to William. Page 3.
Pearce Arthur, baseborn son of Mary Pearce. Page 3.
Pearce Arthur (2), 1841 census, Page 3.
Pearce Isaac (age 12), son of William and Anne. Page 3.
Pearce Isaac (age 12), dismissed from Sunday School. Page 3.
Pearce Lydia (aged 19), daughter of William and Anne. Page 3.
Pearce Lydia (aged 19), married Richard Barton. Page 3.
Pearce Lydia (15), 1841 census. Page 3.
Pearce Mary, daughter of William and Anne. Page 3.
Pearce William, husband to Anne. Page 3.
Pearce William (50), 1841 census, agricultural labourer, Page 3.
Pearce William (aged 14), son of William and Anne. Page 3.
Pearce William (aged 14), dismissed from  Sunday School. Page 3.
Pearman Abraham, brother of John. Page 80.
Pearman Abraham, father of Sarah German's child?. Pages 25 80.
Pearman Abraham (20), 1841 census, as Pearmain. Page 80.
Pearman Anne, wife to John. née Saggers. Page 80.
Pearman Elizabeth (15), 1841 census, as Pearmain. Page 80.
Pearman Elizabeth (5m), daughter of John and Anne. Page 80.
Pearman John, farmer at Manor Farm, husband to Anne. Page 80.
Pearman Mr [John], farmer, employer. Pages 20 51 65 79.
Pearman John (20), 1841 census, as Pearmain. Page 80.
Pearmain see Pearman
Pedley Alfred (5m), 1841 census, son of William. Page 89.
Pedley John, husband to Sarah. Page 8.
Pedley John (55), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 8.
Pedley Priscilla, wife to William. Page 89.
Pedley Priscilla, daughter of John Simpson. Page 89.
Pedley Persiller, 1841 census. Page 89.
Pedley Sarah, wife to John. Page 8.
Pedley Sarah, sister to Ann Miller. Page 8.
Pedley Sarah (55), 1841 census. Page 8.
Pedley William, husband to Priscilla, bailiff for Mr Rust. Page 89.
Pedley William, clerk at Wendy church. Page 89.
Pedley William (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 89.
Pedley William (20), son of John and Sarah Pedley. Page 8.
Pedley William (20), sleeps at Mrs Whites. Page 8.
Pedley William (15), 1841 census, at Charles King's farm. Pages 8 70.
Pedley William (20), left the parish. Page 8.
Pell David (2), son of Joseph and Mary. Page 33.
Pell David (8m), 1841 census. Page 33.
Pell Isaiah (4), son of Joseph and Mary. Page 33.
Pell Isaiah (2), 1841 census. Page 33.
Pell Joseph, husband to Mary. Page 33.
Pell Mary, wife to Joseph. Page 33.
Pell Mary, daughter of William and Mary Chapman. Page 33.
Pell Mary (20), 1841 census. Page 33.
Pell Robert (4m), son of William and Mary. Page 33.
Pell Robert, died 29 January 1843. Page 33.
Pestel see Pestill. Family name also spelt Pestell.
Pestell see Pestill. Family name also spelt Pestel.
Pestill Thomas, shoemaker. Page 28.
Pestill Thomas, shoemaker, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
Pestill Thomas (35), 1841 census. Page 28.
Pratt John, father of Mary Darlow. Page 55.
Presland Alfred (14), son of John and Mary. Pages 46 74.
Presland Emily (5), daughter of John and Mary. Page 46.
Presland Emily (3), 1841 census, as Emelia. page 46.
Presland James (2), son of John and Mary. Page 46.
Presland James (6m), 1841 census. Page 46.
Presland John, husband to Mary. Page 46.
Presland John, gone to Australia with family, May 1844. Page 46.
Presland (Presslin) John, took part in the Croydon Riot. Page 46.
Presland John (40), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 46.
Presland Mary, wife to John. Page 46.
Presland Mary, gone to Australia with family, May 1844. Page 46.
Presland Mary (30), 1841 census. Page 46.
Presland Mary, wife to Samuel. Page 47.
Presland Mary, daughter of James Miller. Page 47.
Presland Mary (25), 1841 census. Page 47.
Presland Rhoda (7), daughter of John and Mary. Page 46.
Presland Rhoda (5), 1841 census, as Roheda. page 46.
Presland Samuel, husband to Mary. Page 47.
Presland Samuel (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 47.
Presland Simeon (30), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 46.
Presland Susan (1), daughter of Samuel and Mary. Page 47.
Presland Tamar (12), daughter of John and Mary. Page 46.
Presland Tamar (10), 1841 census. Page 46.
Presland William (9), son of John and Mary. Page 46.
Presland William (8), 1841 census. Page 46.
Pressland see Presland
Presslin see Presland
Purser Anne, wife to Joseph. Page 7.
Purser Ann (65), 1841 census. Page 7.
Purser Joseph, husband to Anne. Page 7.
Purser Joseph (65), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 7.
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"Queen Adelaide", public house. Page 14.
"Queen Adelaide", Richard Carter lives adjoining. Page 1.
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Randell Thomas (65), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 71.
Rayner Alfred (5), son of William and Ann. Page 72.
Rayner Alfred (3), 1841 census. Page 72.
Rayner Ann, wife to William. Page 72.
Rayner Ann, baseborn daughter of Lucy Simpson. Pages 45 72.
Rayner Ann (40), 1841 census. Page 72.
Rayner Edward (22), son of William and Ann. Page 72.
Rayner Edward (20), 1841 census. Page 72.
Rayner Elizabeth (10), daughter of William and Ann. Page 72.
Rayner Elizabeth (8), 1841 census. Page 72.
Rayner Harriet (14), daughter of William and Ann. Page 72.
Rayner Harriett (12), 1841 census. Page 72.
Rayner Joseph (7), son of William and Ann. Page 72.
Rayner Joseph (6), 1841 census. Page 72.
Rayner Marianne (17), daughter of William and Ann. Page 72.
Rayner Sarah (12), daughter of William and Ann. Page 72.
Rayner Sarah (10), 1841 census. Page 72.
Rayner William, husband to Ann. Page 72.
Rayner William (45), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 72
Rayner William (24), son of William and Ann. Page 72.
Richardson, first husband of Mary Edwards. Page 64.
Richardson Samuel, grandson of Mary Edwards. Page 5, Page 64.
Richardson Samuel, gone to Canada. Page 5.
Richardson Samuel, 1841 census. Pages 5 and 64.
Richardson William (41), blind, son of Mary Edwards. Page 64.
Richardson William, died 1875, gravestone in churchyard. Page 64.
Richardson William (40), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 64.
Robertson Emily (15), 1841 census. Page 62.
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Saggers Anne, from Kneesworth, married John Pearman. Page 80.
Sampson Mary, remarried, previously Mary Warman. Page 45.
Seaboy Abraham (1), son of William and Mary. Page 20.
Seaboy Edward (11), son of William and Mary. Page 20.
Seaboy Edward (9), 1841 census, son of William. Page 20.
Seaboy Eliza (3), daughter of William and Mary. Page 20.
Seaboy Eliza (1), 1841 census, daughter of William. Page 20.
Seaboy George (15), son of William and Mary. Page 20.
Seaboy George (12), 1841 census, son of William. Page 20.
Seaboy Mary, wife to William. Page 20.
Seaboy Mary (35), 1841 census, wife of William. Page 20.
Seaboy Sarah (6), daughter of William and Mary. Page 20.
Seaboy Sarah (4), 1841 census, daughter of William. Page 20.
Seaboy William, husband to Mary. Page 20.
Seaboy William (45) 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 20.
Seaboy William (13), son of William and Mary. Page 20.
Seaboy William (11), 1841 census, son of William. Page 20.
Seaby see Seaboy. Family name spelt Seaby and Seaboy.
Simons Barbara, wife to William. Page 71.
Simons Barbara, died 1870, photograph of gravestone. Page 71.
Simons Barbara (40), 1841 census. Page 71.
Simons Elizabeth (5), 1841 census, daughter of William. Page 71.
Simons Emma (2), 1841 census, daughter of William. Page 71.
Simons Emma, died 1892, photograph of gravestone. Page 71.
Simons Emmelia/Emmeley, b.1841, dau of John and Jane. Page 78.
Simons Emmelia (3m), 1841 census. Page 78.
Simons Fredrick (6), 1841 census, son of William. Page 71.
Simons George (14), 1841 census, son of William. Page 71.
Simons George, born 1848, son of John and Jane. Page 78.
Simons Jane (20), 1841 census, daughter of William. Page 71.
Simons Jane, wife to John, nee Larkins, "shocking dawdle". Page 78.
Simons Jane (15), 1841 census. Page 78.
Simons [John], husband to Jane, bricklayer, son of William. Page 78.
Simons John and wife, live here now. Page 61.
Simons John, born Gamlingay, son of William and Barbara. Page 78.
Simons John (20), 1841 census, bricklayer. Page 78.
Simons Samuel (8), 1841 census, son of William. Page 71.
Simons Samuel, died 1868, photograph of gravestone. Page 71.
Simons Stephen (10), 1841 census, son of William. Page 71.
Simons Susan (3), 1841 census, daughter of William. Page 71.
Simons William, publican, husband to Barbara. Page 71.
Simons William, died 1856, photograph of gravestone. Page 71.
Simons William (40), 1841 census. Page 71.
Simons William, victualler, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
Simons William (15), 1841 census, son of William. Page 71.
Simons William, born 1843, son of John and Jane. Page 78.
Simpson Anne, neé Chapman, wife to Austin. Page 85.
Simpson Austin, son of Lucy, married widow Chapman. Page 85.
Simpson Hosea (21), son of John Simpson. Page 50.
Simpson Hosea, married Mary Spencer. Went to Canada. Page 50 66.
Simpson Isaiah, husband to Sarah. Page 50.
Simpson Isaiah, eldest son of John Simpson. Page 50.
Simpson Isaiah, went to Canada, returned and lives in London. Page 50.
Simpson Isiah (20), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 50.
Simpson John, widower, formally Parish Clerk. Page 50.
Simpson John, father of Isaiah Simpson. Page 50.
Simpson John, father of Eliza Lyon. Pages 39 50.
Simpson John, father of Priscilla Pedley. Page 89.
Simpson John, married in Poplar Church, London. Page 50.
Simpson John (50), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 50.
Simpson Lucy, unmarried aged woman. Page 45 85.
Simpson Lucy (55), 1841 census. Page 45.
Simpson Sarah, wife to Isaiah, from Poplar in London. Page 50.
Simpson Sarah, went to Canada, returned and lives in London. Page 50.
Simpson Sarah, married in Popler Church, London. Page 50.
Simpson Sarah (21), 1841 census. Page 50.
Simpson Thomas (39), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 88.
Simpson Ziniri (Zimor?) Henry (3), son of Isaiah and Sarah. Page 50.
Simpson Ziniri, christened in Poplar Church, London. Page 50.
Simpson Zimor (1), (Ziniri?) 1841 census. Page 50.
Spencer Anne, daughter of Henry Spencer. Page 66.
Spencer Ann, marries William Lee. Pages 53 66.
Spencer Ann (15), 1841 census, daughter of Henry. Page 66.
Spencer Betsy, lately married Henry Spencer. Page 66.
Spencer Caroline (8), daughter of John and Elizabeth. Page 51.
Spencer Carioline (6), 1841 census. Page 51.
Spencer Charlotte Thacker, daughter of Martha. Pages 51 86.
Spencer Henry, widower. Page 66.
Spencer Henry, brother of John Spencer. Pages 51 66.
Spencer Henry, daughter Anne marries William Lee. Page 53.
Spencer Henry (40), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 66.
Spencer James, husband to Martha Spencer. Page 51.
Spencer James (20), 1841 census, at Mrs Casbourn's. Page 51 74.
Spencer James, enlisted, 30th Foot, St Helens Regiment. Page 51.
Spencer John, husband to Elizabeth. Page 51.
Spencer John, brother to Henry Spencer. Pages 51 66.
Spencer John, prosecution witness in the Croydon Riot trial. Page 51.
Spencer John (45), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 51.
Spencer Martha, wife to James Spencer. Page 51.
Spencer Martha, daughter of James Thacker. Pages 2 51.
Spencer Martha, lives with Old Chapman, bastard child. Pages 51 86.
Spencer Mary, married Hosea Simpson. Went to Canada. Page 50 66.
Spencer Elizabeth, wife to John. Page 51.
Spencer Elizabeth, daughter of Mary Storey. Pages 51 85.
Spencer Elizabeth, sister to Ruth Lyon. Pages 36 51.
Spencer Elizabeth (45), 1841 census. Page 51.
Storey Anderson, took part in the Croydon Riot. Page 54.
Storey Anderson, transported to Australia for seven years. Page 54.
Storey Dinah, widow, née Lowrings. Page 54
Storey Dinah, husband was son of John and Mary Storey. Page 54 85.
Storey Dinah, sister to John Lowrings. Page 54 56.
Storey Dinah, married John Easy 1843 and went to Canada. Page 54.
Storey Dinah (30), 1841 census. Page 54.
Storey John, husband to Mary. Page 85.
Storey John, father of Dinah Storey's husband. Page 54 85.
Storey John (65), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 85.
Storey John (4), son of Dinah Storey. Page 54.
Storey John (2), 1841 census. Page 54.
Storey Mary, wife to John. Page 85.
Storey (Old Widow)(=Mary), lives here now. Page 51.
Storey Mary (65), 1841 census. Page 85.
Storey Mary (12), daughter of Dinah Storey. Page 54.
Storey Mary (10), 1841 census. Page 54.
Storey William (14), son of Dinah Storey. Page 54.
Storey William (12), 1841 census. Page 54.
Story see Storey
Summerkin, the Arrington blacksmith. Page 17.
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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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