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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The 1841 Census (Annotated)

Entries from the 1841 census for the parish of Croydon-cum-Clopton have been provided as a background resource to the 'Speculum Gregis'. The census was taken on the night of Sunday 6 June 1841 (ie 2 years before the 'Speculum Gregis' was written).

(1) The names listed in the census include a number of transcription errors. I have added the generally accepted name taken from the Church Records and/or from the pages of the 'Speculum Gregis' in [square brackets] where appropriate.

  (2) I have also added family information in [square brackets] where appropriate.

(3) The ages taken at the 1841 census were approximate. All ages 15 and above should have been rounded down to the nearest 5 year multiple, i.e. ages shown as 15 may be 15-19, ages shown as 20 may be 20-24, etc.

(4) 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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Folio:
Forename:
Family Name:
Age
Occupation/Notes:
Born
Cambs?
Speculum Gregis:

[Farm on the Tadlow Road:]
6B
Charles
KING
17
Farmer
Y
 
Heneretta
KING
20
 
Y
"
 
Maria
WENHAM
65
 
Y
N.K.
 
Susan
LEE
15
F.S. [Female Servant]
Y
N.K.
 
William
WARD[ER]
65
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
William
PEDLEY
15
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Robert
LION [LYON]
15
Agricultural Labourer
Y

[Clopton Farm :]
6B
William
FITZJOHN
70
Agricultural Labourer [Bailiff]
Y
 
Sarah
FITZJOHN
75
[Sister to William]
Y
"
 
Charles
FITZJOHN
30
Agricultural Labourer
Y
N.K.
 
Mary
COCK[E]RELL
25
[Niece of William and Sarah]
Y
 
Hannah
COCK[E]RELL
15
"
Y
"

[Clopton Farm (under the same roof as the last):]
6B
James
KING
30
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Mary
KING
30
 
Y
"
 
Alfred
KING
5
 
Y
"
 
Emmelia
KING
3
 
Y
"
 
Ellen
KING
1
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
6B
John
ENDERSBY
50
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Mary
ENDERSBY
50
 
Y
"
 
Stephen
ENDERSBY
25
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"
 
Richard
ENDERSBY
23
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"
 
David
ENDERSBY
15
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
6B
Susan
GREEN
50
 
Y
 
Lydia
GREEN
50
 
Y
"
7A
John
GREEN
25
 
Y
"
 
Ann
GREEN
23
 
Y
"
 
John
WALDUCK
15
Agricultural Labourer
Y
N.K.

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
7A
Thomas
LOWINS [LOWRINGS]
40
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Ann
LOWINS
40
 
Y
"
 
Sarah
LOWINS
10
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
7A
Joseph
DARLOW
30
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Mary
DARLOW
30
 
Y
"
 
William
DARLOW
10
 
Y
"
 
Joseph
DARLOW
5
 
Y
"
 
Jane
DARLOW
3
 
Y
"
 
Elizabeth
DARLOW
6m
 
Y
"
 
Jane
WORLAND
60
[Relation of Mary]
Y
N.K.
[Editorial note: Joseph Dellar was born in Wrestlingworth in Bedfordshire. In the Wimpole marriage register he is shown as Joseph Darnell and he married Mary Worland on October 13 1834. In the 1841 census for Croydon-cum-Clopton he was recorded as Joseph Darlow. In the "Speculum Gregis" he seems to be either Joseph Darter or Joseph Darler depending on the transcription. In the Croydon Parish Registers he is Joseph Darnell. In the 1851 census he was recorded as Joseph Darlow again.]

[The Limekilns (?):]
7A
Dinah
STOR[E]Y
30
 
N
 
William
STOR[E]Y
12
 
Y
"
 
Mary
STOR[E]Y
10
 
Y
"
 
John
STOR[E]Y
2
 
Y
"

[The Limekilns (?):]
7A
Thomas
LEE
25
Agricultural Labourer
Y
N.K. [Page 90?]
 
Lydia
LEE
15
[Sister]
Y

[The Limekilns:]
7A
Isaac
THOMPSON
30
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Sarah
THOMPSON
25
 
N
 

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
7A
John
SPENCER
45
 
Y
 
Elizabeth
SPENCER
45
 
Y
"
 
Caroline
SPENCER
6
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
7A
John
SIMPSON
50
Agricultural Labourer
Y
7B
Isiah
SIMPSON
20
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"
 
Sarah
SIMPSON
21
 
N
"
 
Zimor (m)
SIMPSON
1
 
N
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
7B
Bersheba
CHAPMAN
40
 
Y
 
Isiah
CHAPMAN
8
 
Y
"
 
Sarah
PAGE
30
[Husband transported c1840]
Y
 
John
PAGE
9
 
Y
"
 
Samuel
PAGE
7
 
Y
"
 
James
PAGE
4
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
7B
Elizabeth
WORLAND
35
 
Y
 
Ann
WORLAND
15
 
Y
"
 
William
WORLAND
11
 
Y
"
 
Elizabeth
WORLAND
8
 
Y
"
 
Emma
WORLAND
5
 
Y
"
 
Susan
WORLAND
2
 
Y
"
 
Kisiah [Kezia]
BADCOCK
30
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
7B
William
MILLER
50
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Ann
MILLER
50
 
Y
 

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
7B
Mary
WALMER [WARMAN]
30
[Husband transported c1833]
Y
 
Elizabeth
WALMER
11
 
Y
"
 
Sarah
WARD [WARDEN]
60
 
Y
"
 
Lucy
SIMPSON
55
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
7B
Robert
GATES
40
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Charlotte
GATES
40
 
Y
"
 
William
GATES
20
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"
8A
James
GATES
20
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"
 
Maria
GATES
7
 
Y
"
 
Mary
LYON
25
[Married James Gates 1843]
Y

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
8A
Charles
TITMUS
70
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Kitty
TITMUS
60
[Wife]
Y
"
 
Charles
TITMUS
40
Agricultural Labourer [Son of Above]
Y
"
 
Mary
TITMUS
40
[Wife]
Y
"
 
Simeon
TITMUS
10
 
Y
"
 
James
TITMUS
8
 
Y
"
 
Mary
TITMUS
6
 
Y
"
 
Ann
TITMUS
3
 
N
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
8A
William
NEWMAN
30
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Mary
NEWMAN
30
 
Y
"
 
Charlotte
NEWMAN
10
 
Y
"
 
Richards
NEWMAN
9
 
Y
"
 
William
NEWMAN
1
 
Y
"
 
Mary
HOWARD
60
[Mother of William by first husband]
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
8A
James
BARTELL
75
Agricultural Labourer
N
 
Sarah
BARTELL
70
 
Y
Deceased

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
8A
William
LAW
60
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Ann
LAW
60
 
Y
"

[Village Shop:]
8A
William
LYON
35
Baker
Y
 
Eliza
LYON
35
 
Y
"
 
Izabell
LYON
12
 
Y
"
 
Ellen
LYON
10
 
Y
"
8B
Hezikeih (m)
LYON
8
 
Y
"
 
Emma
LYON
4
 
Y
"
 
Ellias
LYON
2
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
8B
John
HOPKINS
40
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Eaddy [Edith]
HOPKINS
30
 
Y
"
 
Mary
HOPKINS
9
 
Y
"
 
Samuell
HOPKINS
2
 
Y
"
 
Ann
THOMAS
50
[Mother of Edith]
Y

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
8B
Christopher
LYON
60
Carpenter
Y
 
Ruth
LYON
50
 
Y

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
8B
James
LEE
25
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Cathrine
LEE
30
 
Y
"
 
Sarah
LEE
8
 
Y
"
 
Ann
LEE
7
 
Y
"
 
John
LEE
2
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
8B
James
CHAPMAN
50
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Emana [Emma]
CHAPMAN
50
 
Y
"
 
John
CHAPMAN
25
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"
 
Edward
CHAPMAN
11
 
Y
"
 
Jane
CHAPMAN
8
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
8B
William
CHAPMAN
50
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Mary
CHAPMAN
50
 
Y
"
 
Mary
PELL
20
[daughter of above]
Y
"
 
Issiah
PELL
2
 
Y
"
 
David
PELL
8m
Y
"

9A - One Uninhabited House

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
9A
Jonothan
CHAPMAN
25
Agricultural Labourer
N
 
Jane
CHAPMAN
25
 
Y
"
 
Emma
CHAPMAN
8
Y
"
 
William
CHAPMAN
4
 
Y
"
 
Job
CHAPMAN
2
 
Y
"
 
Charlotte
CHAPMAN
10m
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
9A
Martha
LYON
35
Y
 
Thomas
CARTER
25
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
9A
William
PATEMAN
55
Agricultural Labourer
N
 
Sarah
PATEMAN
50
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
9A
Thomas
PESTALL
35
Shoemaker
N
 
Mary
LYON
30
 
Y
 
John
WYNN
12
Apprentice
Y
 

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
9A
Sarah
LYON
60
 
N
 
James
LYON
25
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"
 
Mary
LYON
25
N
"
 
Mary
LYON
15
 
Y
"
 
Robert
LYON
60
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"
 
William
LYON
13
Agricultural Labourer
N
"
 
Josiah
LYON
10
Agricultural Labourer
Y
"
 
Levi
LYON
3
 
Y
"
 
William
MERRINGTON
25
Agricultural Labourer
Y
N.K.

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
9A
James
WARBOYS
35
Agricultural Labourer
Y
 
Susan
WARBOYS
30
 
Y
"
9B
Eliza
WARBOYS
16
 
Y
"
 
Mary
WARBOYS
12
 
Y
"
 
Hannah
WARBOYS
10
 
Y
"
 
James
WARBOYS
8
 
Y
"
 
Charles
WARBOYS
4
 
Y
"
 
Alfred
WARBOYS
2m
 
Y
"

[Unidentified Dwelling:]
9B
Samuel
JARMAN
45
Carpenter
Y
 
Kitty
JARMAN
45
 
Y
"
 
Sarah
JARMAN
20
 
Y
"
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