Otley District 1851 census returns.

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Census returns from Ireland in The majority of the census returns were destroyed in but there are a few returns that remain for a few counties.

The census returns contains: name, age, occupation, relationship to the head of household, date of marriage, education/literacy, absent family members, family members who died since and other information.

Yorkshire Returns of the Census of Religious Worship: Introduction, City of York and East Riding Borthwick texts and calendars, ISSN Volume 1 of Yorkshire Returns of the Census of Religious Worship, Borthwick Institute of Historical Research.

The returns are topographically arranged in numerical order of Registration District. There is an index to places which gives the appropriate Registration District number of each place.

The existence of street indexes is also indicated. "Recently, what was purported to be a transcript of the census returns of County Antrim. Because of omissions and errors in the incomplete Internet transcript, members of the Irish Research Group (IRG), Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, decided to complete the transcript by use of microfilm copies of the surviving census ".

Census returns were collected according to registration district. These returns were divided into sub-districts and assigned consecutive piece numbers for reference purposes.

The Otley District 1851 census returns. book numbers begin in London with number one and work roughly south to north, followed by the Welsh districts and then the Isle of Man and Channel Islands. Otley, Suffolk genealogy site with description, census transcripts, The Return of Owners of Land in for Suffolk is available to browse.

Maps. Suffolk Census Suffolk Census Suffolk Census. Miscellaneous British Phone Books Historical description. Otley, a market-town, a township, and a parish in the W.R.

Yorkshire. The town stands on the river Wharfe, and on the Otley and Ilkley railway, at the foot of the Chevin, amid delightful environs, 10 miles NW of Leeds; was known in Domesday as Othelai, signifying " the field of Otho;" probably took that name from a Saxon prince long before the Norman Conquest; sent for.

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Search: Census of - Library and Archives Canada. Special enumeration books were completed for institutions such as workhouses, barracks and hospitals in every census year fromincluding Special schedules for vessels were introduced inalthough none are known to survive from that year, so in practice was the first year to include returns from the Royal Navy and Otley District 1851 census returns.

book. 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. This book relates only to the Gerrigong district of New South Wales. It indexes Parliamentary Return of LandholdersNew South Wales electoral rolls andand the Collector’s Book for the Gerringong sub-district from the census.

census returns, Dalhousie, N. & S. Sherbrooke, Lanark County, Ontario: Extracted by Robert E. Sargeant and compiled by J.R.

Ernest Miller: Kingston, Ont.: Kingston Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society, [] From NAC microfilm C 51 leaves ISBN: LDS US/CAN Book Area X29m The United Kingdom Census of recorded the people residing in every household on the night of Sunday 30 Marchand was the second of the UK censuses to include details of household members.

However, this census added considerably to the fields recorded in the earlier UK Census, providing additional details of ages, relationships and origins, making the census a. Welcome to the Otley Family page at Surname Finder, a service of Genealogy editors have compiled this checklist of genealogical resources, combining links to commercial databases along with user-contributed information and web sites for the Otley surname.

The Census for Scotland was taken on the night of 30/31 March All of the details from the individual forms were copied into enumerators’ books and sent to the Registrar General’s office in London. A description of the district and its boundaries is given at the beginning of each new enumeration district.

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The returns are. However, this census added considerably to the fields recorded in the earlier UK Census, providing additional details of ages, relationships and origins, making the census a rich source of information.

The schedules are arranged by county and then divided by civil parish, each district being an area that could be enumerated in a day.

JANET MACKENZIE Evidence from the Scottish Census Returns 1. 6 June Achnacarnin in the parish of Assynt, Sutherland. (1) George McKenzie: Ag[ricultural] Lab[ourer]: [Born in County] Yes (2) Chirsty [McKenzie]: [Born in County] Yes (3) Catherine [McKenzie]: (20) [Born in County] Yes (4) Walter [McKenzie]: [Born in County] Yes (5) Janet [McKenzie]: [Born in County[ Yes (6.

England Census. This database is an index to individuals enumerated in the Census for England. The census contains detailed information on each individual who spent the night in each household including name, relationship to the head of the family, marital status, age at last birthday, gender, occupation, and birthplace.

The British government took its first national census in A census has been taken every ten years since that date, except in The first genealogically useful census was not taken untilwhen names were recorded. The Census was taken on the night of 30 March As a result, not all census returns were completed.

(Taken from the Editor's Introduction: The Census and How It Was Taken in Suffolk.) This database contains the information gathered from the religious census for all of Suffolk County. It is arranged first by registration district and then by parish. [National Records of Scotland, Census Return, registration district number 44 (Assynt in Sutherland), enumeration book num page 14] Image of Census Return.

George Mackenzie's father shared a name with John Mackenzie of Letterewe, and both men were married to ladies named Katherine or Catherine Mackenzie, but he was a crofter in the. census by Manchester & Lancashire Family History Society.

Download PDF EPUB FB2. This census includes Canada East (Quebec), Canada West (Ontario), New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Enter one or more search terms. You don’t need to fill in all the boxes. The Census for the counties of Norfolk, Devon and Warwickshire acted as a pilot project for the much larger UK Census Index Project carried out in conjunction with the Federation of Family History Societies (FFHS).

These along with the Census are now available via the Internet using and The Index to the Townlands was published in by the Commissioners of Census as an aid to the processing of the returns for the census in order to obtain statistics. Its rarely-used full title is General Topographical Index Consisting Of An Alphabetical Index Of The Townlands And Towns Of Ireland And Indices To The Parishes, Baronies, Poor Law Unions (Or Superintendent Registrars.

Acreage of parish, ; population, Pitchford Hall, a curious old timber and plaster house of the 16th century, was for many years the seat of the Otley family, and passed in to the Earl of Liverpool, who entertained the Princess Victoria and the Duchess of Kent here in It passed by marriage to the Cotes family.

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The appended report of December 1, describes the scope of the census and of the tabulated returns and includes preliminary returns of population and manufactures. An index for Canada Census, is available online, Halifax.

The Nova Scotia Board of Registration and Statistics was responsible for the Nova Scotia census. Arranged by census district (generally county). Nova Scotia is a head of household census. The Nova Scotia census returns were filmed by: Salt Lake City: Filmed by the.

Census returns were collected according to registration district. These returns were divided into sub- districts and assigned consecutive piece numbers for reference purposes. The piece numbers begin in London with number one and work roughly south to north, followed by the Welsh districts and then the Isle of Man and Channel Islands.

Only the head of the family was named. There is excellent information about theses records in Brian Dilts’ book. The microfilm numbers for the Johnstown and Newcastle district are found in the Catalogue of Census Returns.

The index is found on microfiche. This is the first census. ANGUS MACKENZIE Evidence from the Scottish Census Returns 1. 6 June Achnacarnin in the parish of Assynt, Sutherland. (1) George McKenzie: Ag[ricultural] Lab[ourer]: [Born in County] Yes (2) Chirsty [McKenzie]: [Born in County] Yes (3) Catherine [McKenzie]: (20) [Born in County] Yes (4) Walter [McKenzie]: [Born in County] Yes (5) Janet [McKenzie]: [Born in County[ Yes (6.Born - - Baildon, Yorkshire, England: Baptism - 21 Mar - St John The Evangelist, Baildon, Yorkshire, England: Census - Enoch Boocock - - Rawsons Yard, Baildon, Yorkshire, England: Census - Enoch Boocock - - Bean Hill, Baildon, Yorkshire, England: Marriage Banns - 20 Sep - All Saints, Otley, Yorkshire, England: Married - 9 Nov - All Saints, Otley.COUNTY CORK.

Census. Census of Cork Diocese of Cloyne County Cork transcribed by Margaret Moon posted to the cork mailing list on Ginni Swanton's web page "In March and April of this () year, on the instructions of the government, Church of Ireland rectors were to compile complete returns of all householders in their parishes, showing their religion, and giving an account of any.