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Desborough - Census - 1901

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The 1901 census (with all its links) is so large that it is impractical 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).


Enumeration District 4 - enumerator Isaac Hodges

All that part of the Parish which lies to the West of the Turnpike Road leading from Desborough to Market Harborough, beginning at the Rothwell Road Bridge to Railway Bridge Harboro Road including Buckwell Street, Gold Street, Little Braybrook, Houses on Braybrook Rd, Ginns Lodge, Loatland Wood Lodge, Daisley's Lodge, Bamford's Lodge, and Liners Brickyard.


Enumeration District 5 - enumerator Mr D J Diver

All that part of the Parish which lies to the East side of the Turnpike road leading from Desborough to Market Harboro, beginning at the Rothwell road Bridge to Birds Corner, the South side of Station Rd and Rushton Road, including Church Street, Paddock Lane, Victoria St, Havelock Street, Union Street, King Street, Queen Street, Regent St, & Cro??? St


Enumeration District 6 - enumerator Mr Stephen Hibbert Yeomans

All that part of the Parish which lies to the East side of the Turnpike Road leading from Desborough to Market Harborough beginning at the George Hotel to Railway Bridge, the North side of Station Road and Rushton Road to Parish boundary including New Street, Gas Street, Factory Street, Gladstone Street, Nichols Street, ??? Lodge, ??? Lodge, Keepers Lodge, Robinsons Cottage and Railway Station


 

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