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    Hornchurch 1861 Census Walk

    part 3

     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 south ward of Hornchurch including Abbs Cross lane and Pryors Farm to the top of the hill at Clay Houses, on the road from Hornchurch to Rainham hence by a line drawn from this corner to the Eastern Boundary at the Bridle Bridge on the Ingrebourne Broog to the River Thames on the South, by Dagenham Brook in the West, as far as hevering Well including Smee's Cottage, Great Suttons, Hargreves, South End road to Rainham Bridge, Cherry Tree corner, Mud island, Dagenham Bridge and the Romford and rainham Road, Wybridge and havering Well, thence by the Turnpike Road from Romford to Hornchurch in the North, including all the South side of that road to Abbs Cross

    Abbs Cross Lane:
    Ag Labourer - George Dear
    Pryors Farm - George Barr
    Cross House - Henry Brokes
    Ag Labourer - John Edwards
    Ag Labourer - Thomas Archer
    Smee's Cottage - Charles Smee
    Great Suttons - Samule Brooks Gooch
    Groom - Robert Newman
    Ag Labourer - Isaac Gibson
    Ag Labourer - Samuel James
    Ag Labourer - Frederick halls
    Ag Labourer - George Willers
    Up Havering Farm - Esther Paine
    Ag Labourer - Robert Sallows
    Ag Labourer - Joseph Wright
    Glynns farm - John Hopson
    Ag Labourer - James Wright
    Barrack Houses - Samuel Wright
    Ag Labourer - Samuel Curtis
    Ag Labourer - Robert Crow
    Ag Labourer - John White
    Ag Labourer - Samuel Curtis
    Ag Labourer - Henry Hare
    Ag Labourers wife - Louisa Wells
    Ag Labourer - John Ross
    Hay Jobber - William Bush
    Ag Labourer - John Wright

    Rainham Road:
    Ag Labourer - James Copping
    Ag Labourer - Thomas Bird
    Ag Labourer - William Green
    Ag Labourer - William Rayment
    Ag Labourer - George Clark
    Ag Labourer - Thomas Pamment
    Good Intent - George Oliver
    Ag Labourer - Thomas Biggs
    Algores Farm - Benjamin Cracknell
    Albyns Farm - Mary Bonnett
    Scotts Farm - Mary Daisey
    Ag Labourer - Charles Marriage
    Argents Farm - Samuel Perrin

    Lambs Lane:
    Ag Labourer - James Vinton
    Ag Labourer - Henry Halls
    Ag Labourer - Charles Bennett
    Widow - Besey Pear
    Ag Labourer - John Valentine
    Ag Labourer - Charles Shonk
    Ag Labourer - Isaac Vinton
    Ag Labourer - William Peer
    Ag Labourer - William Cotton
    Ag Labourer - John Wood
    Ag Labourer - Robert Smith
    Ag Labourer - William Wootton
    Grove farm - Samuel Brown
    Gayes Field Farm - Thomas Prince
    Cresseys Lane:
    Widow, Elizabeth Gentry
    Ag Labourer - John Cotton
    Ag Labourer - James Vinton
    Thatcher - James Gentry
    Widow - Susanna Palmer
    Tailor, near Cherry Tree - Charles Wright
    Ag Labourer - John Felton
    Ag Labourer - John Thomas
    Widow - Mary Cracknell
    Widow - Elizabeth Clark
    Dovers Farm - William Perrin
    Dovers Farm - E R Blewitt
    Railway gate Keeper - William Caines
    Mud Island farm - George White
    Mardyke Farm - Richard hart
    Marsh Foot Farm - John Challis
    Ag Labourer - George Gray


    Cherry Tree Lane:
    Ag Labourer - Charles Lee
    Cherry Tree - James Collings
    Blacksmith shop - George Cressey
    Weybridge farm - Thomas Davis
    Newtons Farm - Mary Ann Tyler
    Horse Breaker - Frederick Hoye
    Ag Labourer - William Shonk
    Ag Labourer - James Valentine
    Ag Labourer - John Rickett
    Ag Labourer - Thomas Palmer
    Ag Labourer - William March
    Ag Labourer - Joseph March
    Carter - Henry Smith
    Ag Labourer - John Nickols
    Ag Labourer - Francis Stock
    Beemans Farm - James Cressey
    Ford Lodge - Louisa Tyler
    Sybell Skeales cottages - George Marriage
    Ag Labourer - William Cove
    Ag Labourer - Thomas Thompson
    Ford Place farm - Felix W Boulton
    Ag Labourer - William Wall
    Ag Labourer - James Wright
    Brittons farm - John Moss
    Ag Labourer - Simon Wright
    Ag Labourer - James Durrant
    Wybridge Farm - Mary Vince
    Ag Labourer - William Bush
    Ag Labourer - Benjamin Noakes
    Malans Green farm - Fanny R Collier
    Haverin Well:
    Hurdle maker Henry Bridge
    Farm Bailiff - John Masters
    Farm - George Laws
    Harrow Lodge - Charles Hill
    Ag Labourer - William Hills

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