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 T to Z    [A to H] [I to L] [M to S]

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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T (Listings are being rebuilt. The concluding set of 'T' listings is below)
Tell see Pell.
Thacker Emma, wife to William. Page 16.
Thacker Emma, was Emma Easy before marriage. Page 16.
Thacker Emma (30), 1841 census. Page 16.
Thacker Emma (4), daughter of William and Emma. Page 16.
Thacker Emma (3), 1841 census, daughter of William. Page 16.
Thacker James, husband to Jane. Page 2.
Thacker James, child by former wife Martha Spencer. Page 2.
Thacker James, father of William Thacker. Page 2.
Thacker James (45), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 2.
Thacker Jane, wife to James. Page 2.
Thacker Jane, mother to William, John and James Titmus. Page 2.
Thacker Jane, mother to Jane Chapman and Mary Blowes. Page 2.
Thacker Jane (45), 1841 census, husband to James. Page 2.
Thacker Jane (9), daughter of William and Emma. Page 16.
Thacker Jane (7), 1841 census, daughter of William. Page 16.
Thacker Mary, late daughter of William and Emma. Page 16.
Thacker William, husband to Emma. Page 16.
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Thacker William, son of James. Page 2.
Thacker William (30), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 16.
Thacker William (12), son of William and Emma. Page 16.
Thacker William (10), 1841 census, son of William. Page 16.
Thatcher see Thacker.
Theobalds William (30), 1841 census, living here. Page 73.
Thomas Anne, widow. Page 17.
Thomas Anne, mother of Edward Thomas. Page 17.
Thomas Anne, mother of Mary Lee and Edith Hopkins. Page 17.
Thomas Ann (50), 1841 census. Page 38.
Thomas Ester (30), 1841 census. Page 17.
Thomas Edward, husband to Maria Thomas. Page 79.
Thomas Edward, son of Anne Thomas. Pages 17 79.
Thomas Edward (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 79.
Thomas Edward (4), son of Edward and Maria. Page 79.
Thomas Edward (2), 1841 census. Page 79.
Thomas Maria, wife to Edward. Page 79.
Thomas Maria (20), 1841 census. Page 79.
Thomas Rebecca (3m), 1841 census. Page 79.
Thomas William (7m), son of Edward and Maria. Page 79.
Thompson Anne (15), daughter of Isaac and Sarah. Page 52.
Thompson Anne, grand-daughter to Mary Edwards. Page 52 64.
Thompson Ann (13), 1841 census, servant at Mr Jackson's. Page 63.
Thompson Isaac, husband to Sarah. Page 52, Page 61.
Thompson Isaac, took part in the Croydon Riot. Page 52.
Thompson Isac (30), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 52.
Thompson Sarah, wife to Isaac, née Maser. Page 52, Page 61.
Thompson Sarah (25), 1841 census. Page 52.
Thomson see Thompson.
Thorpe Mr, Farmer, employer. Page 58.
Titmarsh see Titmus.
Titmus Anne (5), daughter to Charles and Mary. Page 43.
Titmus Ann (3), 1841 census. Page 43.
Titmus Anne (4), daughter of Simeon and Susan. Page 9.
Titmus Ann (2), 1841 census. Page 9.
Titmus Charles, husband to Kitty. Page 43.
Titmus Charles, father to Simeon Titmus. Pages 9 43.
Titmus Charles, father to Charles Titmus. Page 43.
Titmus Charles, father to Mary Newman, widow. Page 43.
Titmus Charles (70), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 43.
Titmus Charles, husband to Mary. Page 43, Page 54.
Titmus Charles, brother to Simeon Titmus. Pages 9 43.
Titmus Charles (40), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 43.
Titmus Charles, husband to Mary. Page 84.
Titmus Charles, nephew to Charles and Kitty. Page 84.
Titmus Charles (30), 1841 census. Page 84.
Titmus Charles (2), son of Charles and Mary. Page 43.
Titmus Eliza (8), daughter of John and Eunice. Page 6.
Titmus Eliza (7), 1841 census. Page 6.
Titmus Elizabeth, wife to James. Page 2.
Titmus Emma (5), daughter of Charles and Mary. Page 84.
Titmus Emma (4), 1841 census. Page 84.
Titmus Eunice, wife to John. Page 6.
Titmus Eunice, daughter of John Simpson. Page 6.
Titmus Eunice (30), 1841 census. Page 6.
Titmus Isaiah (3), son of John and Eunice. Page 6.
Titmus Isaiah (10m), 1841 census. Page 6.
Titmus James, husband to Elizabeth, son of Jane Thacker. Page 2.
Titmus James (20), 1841 census, son of Jane Thacker. Page 2.
Titmus James (12), son of Charles and Mary. Page 84.
Titmus James (10), 1841 census. Page 84.
Titmus James (11), son of Charles and Mary. Page 43.
Titmus James (8), 1841 census. Page 43.
Titmus Jane (10), daughter of John and Eunice. Page 6.
Titmus Jane (9), 1841 census. Page 6.
Titmus Jane (8), daughter of Simeon and Susan. Page 9.
Titmus Jane (5), 1841 census. Page 9.
Titmus John, husband to Eunice, Page 6.
Titmus John, brother of William Titmus. Page 6.
Titmus John (30), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 6.
Titmus John, son of Jane Thacker. Page 2.
Titmus John (1), son of Charles and Mary. Page 84.
Titmus Kitty, wife to Charles. Page 43.
Titmus Kitty, mother to Simeon Titmus. Pages 9 43.
Titmus Kitty, mother to Charles Titmus. Page 43.
Titmus Kitty, mother to Mary Newman, widow. Page 43.
Titmus Kitty, died 1846 during gleaning. Page 43.
Titmus Kitty (60), 1841 census. Page 43.
Titmus Lydia, wife to William. Page 5.
Titmus Lydia (35), 1841 census. Page 5.
Titmus Mary, wife to Charles. Pages 43 54.
Titmus Mary (40), 1841 census. Page 43.
Titmus Mary, wife to Charles. Page 84.
Titmus Mary (30), 1841 census, daughter of James. Page 84.
Titmus Mary (13), daughter of John and Eunice. Page 6.
Titmus Mary (12), 1841 census. Page 6.
Titmus Mary (8), daughter of Charles and Mary. Page 43.
Titmus Mary (6), 1841 census. Page 43.
Titmus Rebecca (2), daughter of Simeon and Susan. Page 9.
Titmus Rebecca (2m), 1841 census. Page 9.
Titmus Simeon, husband to Susan. Page 9.
Titmus Simeon, son of Charles and Kitty. Page 9.
Titmus Simeon, took part in the Croydon Riot. Page 9.
Titmus Simeon (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 9.
Titmus Simeon (14), son of Charles and Mary. Page 43.
Titmus Simeon (10), 1841 census. Page 43.
Titmus Susan, wife to Simeon. Page 9.
Titmus Susan, sister to Thomas Nash. Page 9.
Titmus Susan, washerwomen to Rev Francis Fulford. Page 9.
Titmus Susan (25), 1841 census. Page 9.
Titmus Susan (4), daughter of Charles and Mary. Page 84.
Titmus Susan (2), 1841 census. Page 84.
Titmus Thomas (7), son of Charles and Mary. Page 84.
Titmus Thomas (5), 1841 census. Page 84.
Titmus William, husband to Lydia, son of Jane Thacker. Page 5.
Titmus William (35), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 5.
Titmus William (5), son of John and Eunice. Page 6.
Titmus William (3), 1841 census. Page 6.
Titmus William, son of Jane Thacker. Page 2.
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Walduck John (15), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 58.
Walmer see Warman.
Walnut Field. Pages 85 86.
Warboys Alfred (2), son of James and Susan. Page 26.
Warboys Alfred (2m), 1841 census. Page 26.
Warboys Charles (6), son of James and Susan. Page 26.
Warboys Charles (4), 1841 census. Page 26.
Warboys Eliza (18), daughter of James and Susan. Page 26.
Warboys Eliza, servant to Charles and Emily King. Page 70.
Warboys Eliza, married Jabez Chapman. Pages 26 70.
Warboys Eliza (16), 1841 census. Page 26.
Warboys Hannah (12), daughter of James and Susan. Page 26.
Warboys Hannah, learning dressmaking at Potton. Page 26.
Warboys Hannah (10), 1841 census. Page 26.
Warboys James, husband to Susan. Page 26.
Warboys James, died summer 1846. Page 26.
Warboys James (35), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 26.
Warboys James (11), son of James and Susan. Page 26.
Warboys James (8), 1841 census. Page 26.
Warboys Mary (14), daughter of James and Susan. Page 26.
Warboys Mary, is dead. Page 26.
Warboys Mary (12), 1841 census. Page 26.
Warboys Susan, wife to James. Page 26.
Warboys Susan, widow, married to Ilot. Pages 24 26.
Warboys Susan (30), 1841 census. Page 26.
Ward(en) Sarah, aged single woman, passes as witch. Page 45.
Ward(en) Sarah (60), 1841 census. Page 45.
Ward(er) William, aged man, sleeps on farm by permission. Page 70.
Ward William (65), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 70.
Warlin see Worland.
Warman Elizabeth (12), daughter of Mary Warman. Page 45.
Warman Elizabeth (11), 1841 census, as Walmer. Page 45.
Warman Mary, husband deported. Page 45.
Warman Mary, washerwoman to Rectory. Page 45.
Warman Mary (30), 1841 census, as Walmer. Page 45.
Watson Phebe (2), 1841 census, staying here. Page 74.
Wendy Church. Page 89.
Wendy Turnpike Gate. Pages 89 90.
Wenham Maria (65), 1841 census. Page 70.
Wenham Mr, Arrington Bridge, uncle to Sarah King/Janeway. Page 70.
White Elizabeth Mrs, farmer, daughter of Richard White. Page 73.
White Elizabeth, left parish, notice to quit July 1843. Page 73.
White Mrs., William Pedley sleeps here. Page 8.
White Elizabeth (35), 1841 census. Page 73.
White Francis (50), 1841 census. Page 73.
White Richard (80), 1841 census. Page 73.
Whitchurch and wife, at Jackson's Old Farm. Page 91.
Wilkins Ann, see Wilkins Sarah Ann.
Wilkins David (10), son of William and Sarah. Page 77.
Wilkins David (9), 1841 census. Page 77.
Wilkins Henry (18), son of William and Sarah. Page 77.
Wilkins Henry (7), 1841 census. Page 77.
Wilkins Ivatt (21), miller, son of William and Sarah. Page 77.
Wilkins Ivett (15), 1841 census. Page 77.
Wilkins James (6), son of William and Sarah. Page 77.
Wilkins James (5), 1841 census. Page 77.
Wilkins Jane (4), daughter of William and Sarah. Page 77.
Wilkins Jane (1), 1841 census. Page 77.
Wilkins John (13), son of William and Sarah. Page 77.
Wilkins John (12), 1841 census. Page 77.
Wilkins Marianne (4m), daughter of William and Sarah. Page 77.
Wilkins Mary (25), living here, 1841 census. Page 77.
Wilkins Sarah, wife to William. Page 77.
Wilkins Sarah (40), 1841 census. Page 77.
Wilkins Sarah Anne (5), daughter of William and Sarah. Page 77.
Wilkins [Sarah] Ann (3), 1841 census. Page 77.
Wilkins Susan (16), daughter of William and Sarah. Page 77.
Wilkins Susan (14), 1841 census. Page 77.
Wilkins William, farmer, husband to Sarah. Page 77.
Wilkins William, first cousin to Mrs Jackson. Page 77.
Wilkins Mr, farmer, gamekeeper, employer. Pages 22 82.
Wilkins William (40), 1841 census, farmer. Page 77.
Wilkins William, farmer, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
Woods Elizabeth, aged and deaf. Page 19.
Woods Elizabeth, mother to James Woods. Page 19.
Woods Elizabeth (70), 1841 census. Page 19.
Woods Elizabeth, schoolmistress, wife to James, née Gadd. Page 19.
Woods Elizabeth, assists at Sunday School. See Preface.
Woods Elizabeth (50), 1841 census. Page 19.
Woods Elizabeth (9), 1841 census, mystery child. Page 19.
Woods James, husband to Elizabeth. Page 19.
Woods James, son of Elizabeth Woods. Page 19.
Woods James (35), 1841 census. Page 19.
Wooton, see Wootton. Family name also spelt Wootten.
Wootten, see Wootton. Family name also spelt Wooton.
Wootton Ada Maria (3), daughter of Jacob and Jessie. Page 7.
Wootton (Ada) Maria (1), 1841 census. Page 7.
Wootton Ann, from Wendy, wife to George. Page 90.
Wootton Ann, widowed 1846, married Thomas Lee. Page 90.
Wootton Charlotte (2), daughter of Jacob and Jessie. Page 7.
Wootton Ebinezer (4), 1841 census. Page 21.
Wootton Ebenezer, died June 21 1842. Page 21.
Wootton Eliza, died March 15 1842. Page 21.
Wootton George, husband to Ann, died 1846. Pages 21 90.
Wootton George (18), son of Joseph and Honor Wootton. Pages 21 90.
Wootton Honor, wife to Joseph Wootton, née Barron. Page 21.
Wootton Honor, she keeps a shop. Page 21.
Wootton Honor (50), 1841 census. Page 21.
Wootton Jacob, husband to ?Jessie? Page 7.
Wootton Jacob (25), 1841 census, agricultural labourer. Page 7.
Wootton Jacob, son of Joseph and Honor Wootton. Page 7.
Wootton Jacob, remarried to Lydia [Hardscomb] 1846. Page 7.
Wootton ?Jessie?, wife to Jacob, nee Mahalath Cook?. Page 7.
Wootton ?Jessie? (20), 1841 census, Haillay/Hayley? Page 7.
Wootton ?Jessie?, alias "Mahala" Page 7.
Wootton ?Jessie?, "Mahala" dropt down dead in a dancing booth. Page 7.
Wootton Joseph, husband to Honor. Page 21.
Wootten Joseph, shopkeeper, in 1851 Directory. See Croydon History.
Wootton Lydia, Jacob's second wife. Page 7.
Wootton Maria (1), 1841 census. Page 7.
Wootton Naomi (12), daughter of Joseph and Honor Wootton. Page 21.
WootThursday 26 September, 2013align="left">Wootton Thomas (15), son of Joseph and Honor Wootton. Page 21.
Worland Ann, daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth. Page 49.
Worland Ann, married Thomas Hills, gone to Canada. Page 49.
Worland Ann (15), 1841 census. Page 49.
Worland Elizabeth, wife to Thomas, née Cooper. Page 49.
Worland Elizabeth (35), 1841 census. Page 49.
Worland Elizabeth (10), daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth. Page 49.
Worland Elizabeth (8), 1841 census. Page 49.
Worland Emma (7), daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth. Page 49.
Worland Emma (5), 1841 census. Page 49.
Worland Jane (60), 1841 census, living here. Page 55.
Worland Lydia, mother of Mary Darlow. Page 55.
Worland Lydia, elder daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth. Page 49.
Worland Susan (4), daughter of Thomas and Elizabeth. Page 49.
Worland Susan (2), 1841 census. Page 49.
Worland Thomas, husband to Elizabeth. Page 49.
Worland William (14), son of Thomas and Elizabeth. Page 49.
Worland William (11), 1841 census. Page 49.
Wynn John (12), 1841 census, apprentice to shoemaker. Page 28.
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Yarrow Elizabeth (14), 1841 census, servant, living here. Page 73.
Yarrow Sarah (15), 1841 census, servant, living here. Page 73.

Yorke see Hardwicke.
Youngman Mr, of Waterbeach, married Charles King's sister. Page 70.
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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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