These pages start  with the censuses – which are available here in full from 1841 to 1911.

There are also analyses of census data presented as graphs which look at population, occupation, schooling and farming.

A further analysis was carried out and is presented in a spreadsheet. The data from all the censuses is included, along with similar data from William Watson’s maps, to attempt to identify where people lived in the village throughout the 19th and early 20th centuries. Click on the image for more details.

In support of all the numbers and tables, a more intimate look at peoples lives in agricultural villages in the nineteenth century may be seen in extracts from ‘Rural Life in Victorian England‘.

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