1871 census - Wing and surrounding hamlets
Happily the 1871 census is much more readable than earlier years! There are a few entries where the occupation or birthplace was difficult to read, and I have included "xxxx" as part of that field to indicate this problem.
Try using the Find feature of your internet browser to locate a name quickly, or browse through them in the enumerated order. If you are just interested in one family and want a printed copy, I suggest you highlight the consecutive lines of your family and then Print Selection (either to Landscape in older browser versions or Shrink To Fit in newer versions). If you are interested in a particular surname scattered throughout the transcripts and would like a clean printout, please email me and I can create one from the source file and email it to you. If you can confirm some of the difficult-to-read details, please email me. If you think there is an error in the transcription or would like me to check again against the scans, please email me - I have done my best but the odd error may be in there somewhere!
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Piece 1563, Enumeration District 1 - Enumerator Mr John Windmill
All that part of the Parish of Wing comprising the south east corner of the Church yard taking in or including the north side of Church Row, the 4 cottages opposite Church Row occupied by Widow Moors Mortimer Pease and Woolhead, the east and west sides of such parts of the High Street as lie on the North side of the said cottages also including Chapel Lane and the Vicarage. From thence to Littleworth and including the whole hamlet of Littleworth and Burcott to Mrs Smiths to Adams Barn thence to Mr E Biggs thence to Burcott Lodge thence to Mr Hedges and Mr Woolheads (Cottesloe) from thence to Mr Rose Tinkershole thence to Mr J Biggs Church Farm thence to the Vicarage Farm and terminating at the Vicarage. The whole of the above named hamlets or places of Littleworth, Burcott, Cottesloe and Tinkershole are situated in the parish of Wing.
Piece 1563, Enumeration District 2 - Enumerator Mr Henry Charles Windmill
All that remaining part of the Parish of Wing comprising part of the south east corner of the Church Yard taking in or including the south side of Church Row, the east and west sides of such parts of the High Street as lie on the south of the cottages occupied by Widow Moors and others, and comprising such part of the Township as lies on the south side of Church Row called Frogmore. From thence to Wing Mill thence to Lower Wing Berry thence to West Park thence to Upper Wing Berry thence to Crafton thence to Labour in Vain thence to Mr J Gates Park Farm thence to Ascott thence to Ascott Green thence to Mr P Harts thence to Mr J Prentice thence to the Hand Post thence to the Fir Tree and terminating at the corner house of High Street occupied by David Gardner. All which places aforesaid are situated in the parish of Wing.