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    Romford 1861 Census Walk

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     History of Romford

    Romford 1861 Census - an abridged walk through the town of Romford following the enumerators steps. This lists the head of most households present in 1861, but not all - there would have been approximately 700 persons in total listed in this census.

    All that part of the Town ward of Romford lying north of the High Road from Collier Row lane to Harrolds Wood ward ans west of Harrolds Wood ward and South of Collier Row ward and East of Collier Row Lane

    North Street:
    Marshalls - George Knox
    Farm - Henry Young
    Lodge - William Skinner
    Beer shop - Henry Golding [Northern Star]
    Police constable - James Parslow
    Blacksmith - Charles Underwood
    Brick layer - Thomas Curtis
    Millwright - John Loder
    Baker - John Fitch

    Church Lane:
    Carpenter - George Copsey
    Shoe maker - James M Wallis
    Brewers labourer - William Jackson
    Millwright - Charles Balls

    George Yard:
    Currier - George Burrell
    Cooper - George Williams
    Grocer - George Yull
    Cooper - James Vale

    North Street:
    Basket maker - Daniel Smith
    Brick layer - James Boreham
    Shoe maker - George Garrett
    Laundress - Martha Sheldon
    Brewers drayman - John Bishop
    Ag Labourer - Edward Gibson
    Nurse - Elizabeth Packer

    High Street:

    Market Place:
    Inn Keeper - Charles Wendon [Lamb inn]
    Ironmonger - James W Fletcher
    Grocer - John Spencer
    Shoe maker - John Mead

    Church [St Andrew's]

    Church Yard:
    Cock & Bell - George Wood
    Boot maker - William Wheatley
    Corn dealer - George Mundy

    Market Place:
    Dolphin Inn - Henry Baker
    Smiths cottage
    Linen draper - Michael Smith

    Moore Yard
    Bricklayers labourer - James Butcher

    Queens Head yard:
    Bricklayers labourer - Isaac Bird
    Market Place:
    Market gardener - Henry idle
    Coach trimmer - Thomas Adams
    Dress maker - Louisa Cumbers
    General Labourer - Thomas French
    Land surveyor - Henry Chilcott
    Boot maker - James Allen
    Coachman - Edward Barlow
    Butcher - Thomas Hale

    Moores Yard:
    Letter carrier - Daniel Pedder
    Town Crier - William Workman
    Ag Labourer - John Saville
    Tailor - John Leader
    Charwoman - Mary Robinson
    Ag Labourer - James Salmons
    Ag Labourer - Henry Brooks
    Ag Labourer - William Cooper

    Market Place:
    Chimney sweep - Robert Pinfold
    Shopkeeper - Edmund Butterfield

    Davies yard:
    Painter - John J Keys
    Ag Labourer - Jeremiah Salisbury

    Market Place, High Street:
    Stoker at Brewery - Zachariah Ford
    Laurie Town Hall - William Davies
    St Edwards Hall - John Courtenay

    St Edwards Square:
    General Practitioner - William H Clarkson
    Dentist - Alfred H Bayly
    Catholic Chapel
    Catholic school

    St Edwards Place:

    High Road:

    Pettit Lane:
    Wine merchant - George Crawley

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