1881 Census Extracts

1 St Stephens Avenue, Hammersmith, London
Name Relation Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation YOB?
William Thomas MADGE Head Married Male 35 Plymouth, Devon Manager Daily Paper 1846
Mary Ellen MADGE Wife Married Female 32 Plymouth, Devon   1849
William Friars MADGE Son - Male 15 Plymouth, Devon Scholar 1866
Maud Ellen MADGE Daughter - Female 11 Savoy Westminster, Middlesex Scholar 1870
Percy Frank MADGE Son - Male 9 West Brompton, Middlesex Scholar 1872
Edith Emma MADGE Daughter - Female 5 Gunnersbury, Middlesex Scholar 1876
Eliza FRIEND Servant Widow Female 60 Buckland Monachorum, Devon Nurse Domestic 1821
Mary Ann HENRY Servant - Female 23 Wapping Housemaid 1858
Census Place: London, Middlesex
PRO Reference: RG11 Piece / Folio: 0060/113 Page: 48
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16 Tavistock Place, Plymouth, Devon
Name Relation Status Gender Age Birthplace Occupation YOB?
Margaret F. MADGE Head Widow Female 57 New Passage, Devon Independent 1824
Elizabeth R. MADGE Daughter - Female 21 Plymouth, Devon Independent 1860
Rachel A.O. MADGE Daughter - Female 18 Plymouth, Devon Pupil Teacher 1863
Harry A.O. MADGE Son - Male 16 Plymouth, Devon Commercial Traveller 1865
Census Place: Charles The Martyr, Plymouth, Devon
PRO Reference: RG11 Piece / Folio: 2193/39 Page: 5
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About England and Wales Census Records

Census records have been collated in the UK every ten years since the early part of 19th Century, however only from 1841 is there any useful information to genealogists. Because of the 100-year law, Censuses from 1911 onwards are currently not available.

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