population of a Northamptonshire Village in 1851 a Census Study of Long Buckby. by R. L. Greenall

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Religious Census of Northamptonshire. Ringstead. Population Church. An ancient parish church. Consecrated long before Free sittings* On 30 March in afternoon. General Congregation Sunday Scholars Remarks: Afternoon service always numerically superior to mornings.

Average about same as above return in the afternoon. The population of the village can be traced back through the national censuses as far back as In the 19th century, the population appears to have fluctuated considerably, rising from in to inthen declining to by The census gives the population of the parish as District: South Northamptonshire.

Inhouseholders were asked to give more precise details of the places of birth of each resident, to state their relationship to him or her, marital status and the nature of any disabilities from which they may have suffered.

The enumerator then collected the census schedules and these were copied into census enumerators' books. ators schedules for, and It should be noted these figures include wives of shoe­ makers who closed for their husbands.

For the analysis of the schedules see this writer's The Population of the Northamptonshire Village in A _Census Study of Long Buckby, University of. Total Population to Population grew fromin toin Here we are presenting statistics for a historical unit, which may have changed its. The Great Britain population was 20 million inup from 8 million inso earlier data would have been very interesting.

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Historical Description. Milton, a village and a parish in Northamptonshire. The village stands near the Northampton Canal, which connects the Grand Junction Canal with the Nene, 1½ mile NE of Blisworth Junction station on the L.

& N.W.R. main line, and 3½ miles SSW of Northampton; is sometimes called Middleton Malzor or Milton Mazor, and has a post office, of the name of Milton, under. Northampton / n ɔːr ˈ θ æ m p t ə n / is a large market town, civil parish non-metropolitan district and the county town of Northamptonshire in the East Midlands region of lies on the River Nene, 60 miles (97 km) north-west of London and 50 miles (80 km) south-east of 's one of the largest towns (as opposed to cities) in England, it had a population ofat.

Public Houses, In the village had a population ofof whom were male and female. There were five beer houses and three public houses.

Beer houses were restricted to the sale of beer, ale and porter, cider and perry. The five beer houses have all become private dwellings. Two public houses, the Bluebell and the Exeter Arms. Peakirk, a parish, with a village, in Northamptonshire, on the G.N.R., adjacent to the river Welland at the boundary with Lincolnshire, 3.½ miles SE of Market Deeping.

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In a Church Attendance Census revealed that in Courteenhall, one of the three villages in the 'Three Parishes' church grouping (see links), out of a total population ofpeople attended Courteenhall Church on census day, held in England on years ending in the digit '1'.

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