Desborough - Census - 1881
The 1881 census is too large to display it as a single page, so you will need to select the individual Districts from the links below. The information that follows each link is transcribed from the census "Description of Enumeration District". The District number relates to its position in the Registration District (Kettering) and Registration Sub-District (Rothwell). The enumerators were both Desborough residents. The links on their names take you to their descendent trees.
So that you don't lose the benefits of seeing households in context with their neighbours, the first few households of district 10 will be shown at the end of district 9.
Part of the Parish of Desborough comprising all the Houses and Cottages Situate on the left hand of the Turnpike Road, including Buckle Street, and leading from Desborough to Market Harboro, also Bassetts Lodge, Cheneys Farm Lodge, with the whole of Gold Street, and Little Braybrook.
[col 1] All that remaining part of the Parish of Desboro', comprising all the Houses and
Cottages on the right hand side of the Turnpike Road leading from Desboro' to Market Harboro',
including Church Lane, Paddock Lane, School Lane, the Water Mill, the whole of the Cottages on
Rushton Road, the Station, the Grange Farm, and Cottages (2) near thereto the Desboro' Lodge,
and the Cottages belonging to the Stanton Iron Ore Company.
[col 2] All that remaining part of the Parish of Desboro' comprising all the Houses and Cottages on the right hand side of the Turnpike Road leading from Desboro' to Market Harboro' including Church Street, Paddock Lane, School Lane, the Water Mill, the whole part of the new Cottages on the Station, the Station, Curtis' Farm Lodge, the Grange, & cottages (2) near thereto & the Cottages belonging to the Iron Ore Co.