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    Hornchurch 1861 Census Walk

    part 2

     History of Hornchurch

    Hornchurch 1861 Census - an abridged walk through the town of Hornchurch following the enumerators steps. This lists the head of most households present in 1861, but not all - there would have been approximately 550 persons in total listed in this census. [This enumerator has atrocious hand writing!]

    All the north ward of Hornchurch to the northern limits, bounded on the east by the Ingrebourne Brook and on the west by Dagenham Brook at Havering Well. On the south by a line drawn from the bridge over Ingrebourne Brook on the high road separating Hornchurch from Upminster to the 3 cross ways from Hornchurch to Squirrels Heath and Ardly Green meeting at Burnt Houses; from there South west to the Harrow Inn on the Hornchurch and Romford road and on the western boundary of Havering Well including Hay Green, Nelmes, Gubbins, Hare Lodge and all the northern limits, Ardley Green, Squirrels Heath (Part of) to blind Barneses and all the north side of the road from Hornchurch to Romford, up to and including the Harrow Inn above named and including Havering  Block Farm near B?

    Lee Gardens:
    Farmer - John Mitchell
    Ag Labourer - Charles Dennis
    Ag Labourer - James Aylen
    Ag Labourer - Joshua Sams
    Gardener - William John Edden

    Wych Elms:
    Ag Labourer - Charles Rockliff
    Ag Labourer - James Blackwell
    Wheelwright Thomas Rayment

    Lillyputs cottage - Peter E Bearblock

    Hay Green:
    Ag Labourer - James Hoy
    Hubbards - David Wilshire
    Wingle Tye Farm -
    Farm House - Jonathan Gate
    Worlds End farm House - Joseph Chandler
    Ag Labourer - William Pumfrett
    Ag Labourer - Thomas Lazell
    Ag Labourer - Charles Weavers
    Great Gublings - William Bacon
    Little Gublins - George Page
    Reden Court - Adam Roper
    Old Reden Court - Peter Brown
    Hare Lodge - Charles H Simson
    Ag Labourer - Robert Grainger
    Hare Lodge - Edward Thompson
    Ag Labourer - Samuel Tucker
    Ag Labourer - George Briant
    Ag Labourer - George Bird
    Spencers Arms - Rachel Wolfe
    Ag Labourer -  John Maskell

    Hardley Green:
    Ag Labourer - Thomas Grainger
    Ag Labourer - Thomas barfoot
    Ag Labourer - William Ellis
    Brick maker - James Cross
    Ag Labourer - Richard Coleman
    Ag Labourer - Daniel Clark
    Hay Binder - James Burgess
    Labourers Widow - Amelia Dorrington
    Ag Labourer - William Hughes
    Hardly House - William Ballard
    Farm House - Abraham Carter
    Little Nelmes - William Roach
    Ag Labourer - George Dorrington
    Great Nelmes - Joseph Parsons
    Gardener - William Walker
    Farm House - Thomas Arnold
    Ag Labourer - Thomas Dennis
    Drover - William Kerr
    Engine Driver - William Stratford
    Hound Farm

    Great gardens - Philip Brown
    Ag Labourer - Jonathan Parish

    North Ward
    Ashford cottages - George S King
    Box maker - William Jessup
    Rose Cottage

    Havering Well:
    Crown Inn - Mary Ann Hands
    Ag Labourer - Josiah Argent
    Ag Labourer - Samuel Giblin
    Havering Villa
    Havering Well House - Elizabeth Truston
    Havering Block Farm - James Wood
    Harrow Cottage - James Frost
    Harrow Inn - Amos Frost
    Bush Elms - William Miles
    Gardener - James Young

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