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Saffron Walden 

1841 Census Pt 1

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NOTE:
while researching The Well-ordered Town: a story of Saffron Walden 1792-1862, I compiled a large collection of research notes which I now propose to share via the ULHR website. Please seek permission, which would normally be granted for non-commercial use, for copying of this material and acknowledge its source as the ULHR website with the web address [please bear in mInd these notes were made for my own research purposes, and need comparison with the original in order to check accuracy and understand the context].©Jacqueline Cooper 2008


NOTE: My purpose in transcribing this was occupational analysis, therefore only those with jobs are listed. Ages in the census are rounded off except in the case of minors, so the ages given need to be checked with parish registers. Below the listing is an analysis of the occupations given – further analyses relating jobs to streets, ages and family names would be possible too. Copies of the census, registers and much other information can be seen on fiche at the ERO Archive Access Point in Library. Please let me know any errors or additional information: mrsjacquelinecooper@gmail.com


NAME

AGE

OCCUPATION

High Street

 

 

John Clark

60

Malster

William Law

45

Coachmaster

John Law

20

Butcher

George Howard

25

Masons Labourer

William Kemp

30

Tailor

Joseph Kemp

30

Tailor

Thomas Pratt

25

Tailor

RD Thurgood

45

Conveyancer

Benjamin Thurgood

20

Auctioneer

Richard Thurgood

15

Articled Clerk

George Thurgood

15

Articled Clerk

Thomas Browne

25

Surgeon

Charles Overton

20

Auctioneer

Joseph Taylor

30

Brewer

Martha Kent

25

Millener

Edward Abey

55

Pastry Cook

John Stevens

15

Pastrycook Apprentice

James Player

30

Baker

Matthew Rae

20

Draper

William Watson

50

Shoemaker

Henry Watson

20

Warehouseman

William Watson

15

Journeyman Shoemaker

James Archer

20

Butcher

Teverson Ruse

15

Butchers Apprentice

Sarah Seager

30

Dressmaker

Thomas Gatward

35

Watchmaker

Thomas Gatward

15

Watchmaker Apprentice

Edward Swannel

45

Journeyman Watchmaker

Charles LIndsell

30

Carpenter

Adam Adams

20

Agricultural Labourer

Richard Day

55

Grocer

John Good

65

Conveyancer

George Duke

35

Draper And Grocer

Martha Clark

20

Drapers Assistant

James Smith

17

Apprentice

Francis Gibson

35

Banker

Daniel Quinton

65

Independent

Edward Stokes

60

Saddler

James Stokes

25

Saddler

George Stokes

15

Malsters Clerk

Samuel Fairman

40

Brewers Clerk

Jonathan Smart

40

Cabinet Maker

Emma Miller

20

Straw Bonnet Maker

Susanna Harris

35

Schoolmistress

Rebecca Harris

20

Schoolmistress Assistant

Fanny Pinchback

20

Schoolmistress Assistant

Robert Burch

35

Druggist

Sophia Burch

40

Schoolmistress

Emma Burch

35

Schoolmistress Assistant

Edward Stokes Jnr

30

Malster

William Kent

50

Coachmaker

Richard Kent

22

Journeyman Coachmaker

John Kent

65

Watchmaker

Henry Kent

30

Journeyman Watchmaker

Mary Ackland

50

Innkeeper

William Ackland

15

Attorneys Clerk

Samuel Beard

25

Draper

Eliza Beard

25

Millener

Sarah Beard

15

Milleners Asst

Susanna Barnard

15

Milleners Assistant

Simon Wilson

65

Shoemaker

Joseph Wilson

25

Shoemaker

Robert Wilson

20

Journeyman Grocer

George Harris

65

Malsters Labourer

John Harris

40

Malsters Labourer

Thomas Harris

35

Journeyman Tailor

Elizabeth Crush

25

Millener

Rebecca Crush

20

Millener

James Pelham

30

Artist

 

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