Census Records for Aspall.

1831 Census

The 1831 Census was taken on the night of 30th May 1831.

It did not enumerate the names of Householders, however the following statistics are available for Aspall:

Acres  
Houses: Inhabited  
Houses: Families  
Houses: Building  
Houses: Uninhabited  
Occupations: Families chiefly Employed In Agriculture  
Occupations: Families chiefly Employed In Trade, Manufacture & Handicraft  
Occupations: All other Families not covered above  
Persons: Males  
Persons: Females  



 

1841 Census

The 1841 Census was taken on the night of 6th June, 1841.

HO107 / 1023 / 1  
   
County of Suffolk (Parliamentary Division)
Hundred, Wapentake, Soke of Liberty of Hartismere
Parish of Aspall
Township of  
City, or Borough, or Town, or County Corporate of  
Within the Limites of the Parliamentary Boundary of the City or Borough of  
Within the Municipal Boundary of  
Superintendent Registrar's District Hartismere
Registrar's District Mendlesham
No. of Enumeration District 14
Description of ditto  
 


 


 

1851 Census

The 1851 Census was taken on the night of 30th March, 1851.

Reference: HO107 1795

County and Parliamentary Division of Within the limits of the Parliamentary Boundary of the City or Borough of Within the Municipal Boundary of Superintendent Registrar's District Registrar's District No of Enumeration District
Suffolk
Western Division
    Hartismere Mendlesham 4e

Description of Enumeration District

Aspall Parish & Rishangles Parish
William Kerry, Enumerator
All the Parish of Aspall and its boundaries.
All the Parish of Rishangles and its boundaries.

 


1861 Census

The 1861 Census was taken on the night of 7th April, 1861.

Class: RG9 Piece: 1148
Superintendent Registrar's District Hartismere Union Enumeration District, No 14
Registrar's Sub-District Mendlesham Name or Enumerator, Mr. Jeremiah Mayhew-White

DESCRIPTION OF ENUMERATION DISTRICT
This description is to be written in by the Enumerator from the Copy supplied to him by the Registrar. Any explanatory notes or observations calculated to make the description clearer or more complete, may be added by the Enumerator).

Parish of Aspall,

Including the Rectory by the Church, the Hall, Freemans Farm, Talman's & Capon's Farms, and Cottages on the Rishangles Road, and also the Houses at the bottom of Aspall Green.

 

 

 


1871 Census

The 1871 Census was taken on the night of 2nd April, 1871.

CENSUS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, 1871
Superintendent Registrar's District: Hartismere Enumeration District, No: 1
Registrar's Sub-District: Mendlesham Name of Enumerator, Mr. Emanuel Wells

DESCRIPTION OF ENUMERATION DISTRICT

This description is to be written by the Enumerator from the copy supplied to him by the Registrar.  Any explanatory notes or observations calculated to make the description clearer or more complete, may be added by the Enumerator.

   
Col 1 Col 2

Enumeration District No. 1

The whole of the Parishes of Aspall and Rishangles.

 

 


 

1881 Census

The 1881 Census was taken on the night of 3rd April, 1881.

The 1881 Census remains the only Census that is available online for free via the FamilySearch Website.  See the links page for details.

 

Superintendent Registrar's District

Hartismere Enumeration District, No 1
Registrar's Sub District Mendlesham Name of Enumerator, Mr Emanuel Wells


DESCRIPTION OF ENUMERATION DISTRICT

[This description is to be written in by the Enumerator from the Copy supplied to him by the Registrar. Any explanatory notes or observations calculated to make the description clearer or more complete, may be added by the Enumerator].

The whole of the Civil Parishes of Aspall and Rishangles Note

The Books of this District are bound in accordance with the alteration that was made in the sub-districts after the taking of the census.  The Tabling, Abstracting etc is in accordance with the sub-districts on the Census day - that is in three Sub-Districts - viz - Mendlesham, ??? and Eye.  The district now (1882) consists of two Sub-Districts only - viz - Hartismere and Botesdale

 


 

1891 Census

The 1891 Census was taken on the night of 5th April, 1891.

CENSUS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, 1891
Registration District: Hartismere Enumeration District, No: 4
Registration Sub-District: Mendlesham Name of Enumerator, Mr. Walter R. G. Claxton

DESCRIPTION OF ENUMERATION DISTRICT

This description of the District is to be written in by the Enumerator in Column 9 from the copy supplied to him by the Registrar.  Any explanatory notes or observations calculated to make the description clearer or n=more complete, may be added by the Enumerator.  It is especially necessary that the names of the various Local Sub-Divisions should be inserted in Columns 1 to 8

 

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Civil Parish Municipal Borough Municipal Ward Urban Sanitary District Town or Village or Hamlet Rural Sanitary District Parliamentary Borough or Division Ecclesiastical Parish or District Description of Boundaries and Contents of Enumeration District
                 
Aspall & Rishangles       Aspall & Rishangles Hartismere of Suffolk.  North Eastern or Eye Aspall & Rishangles The whole of the Civil Parish of Aspall.  Contents. Swiss Cottage, Aspall House, Aspall Green, Hill fArm, Cottages in Riches Lane, Red House, Glebe house, Cottages near Church, ASpall Hall, Cottages in Valley.

The whole of the Civil Parish of Rishangles.  Contents.  Kiln Farm, Burnt House Farm, Dublin Road, Wood House Farm, Rectory, Cottages on Thorndon Road, Hill House, Barnaby Farm, Bucks Hall, Cottages on Aspall Road.

 


1901 Census

The 1901 Census was taken on the night of 31st March, 1901.

CENSUS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, 1901
Registration District: Hartismere 209 Enumeration District, No: 11
Registration Sub-District: Mendlesham 1 Name of Enumerator, Mr. William Syer Cracknell

DESCRIPTION OF ENUMERATION DISTRICT

[To be copied by the Enumerator from his Instruction and Memorandum Book]

Local Sub-Divisions wholly or partly included within Enumeration District (Write "entire", or "part of", as the case may be, after each name).
       
1.  Civil Parish or Parishes: Aspall (Entire)

Rishangles (Entire)

4.  Wards of Municipal Borough or of Urban District:

 
2.  Ecclesiastical Parish or Parishes: Aspall St. Mary (Entire)

Rishangles St. Margaret (Entire)

5.  Rural District: Hartismere (part of)
3.  County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District:   6.  Parliamentary Borough or Division: North Eastern or Eye Division of Suffolk (Part of)
    7.  Town, Village or Hamlet: Villages
       

BOUNDARY of Enumeration District

The whole of the Civil Parish of Aspall
The whole of the Civil Parish of Rishangles

If the enumeration district includes more than
one Civil Parish, Eccl. Parish, Parly. Division, or
Ward, State here the name of each and give its
contents separately; show separately also any
detached part or formerly detached part of a Civil
Parish.
 
Civil Parish of Aspall
(Entire)
Swiss Cottage, Aspall House, Aspall Green, Hill Farm, Red House & Cottages,
Glebe House, Cottages Nr. Church, Aspall Hall, Cottages in Valley
Civil Parish of Rishangles
(Entire)
Kiln Farm, Burnt House Farm, Dublin Road, Wood Farm, Redway, Cottages on
Thorndon Road, Mill House, Barnaby Farm, Bucks Hall, & Cottages on Aspall Road

 

 


 

1911 Census

The 1911 Census was taken on the night of 2nd April, 1911.

The 1911 Census was available with "sensitive information" redacted from the 1911Census or findmypast.co.uk/ websites from early 2010.

The "sensitive information" was released on 3rd January 2012.

District 10

To be filled in by the Enumerator
  Name Number
Registration District Hartismere 210
Registration Sub-District Mendlesham 1
Enumeration District - 10
     

 

Name of Enumerator, Mr. W. S. Cracknell

Rishangles (Entire)

Aspall (Entire)

 


1921 Census

The 1921 Census was taken on the night of Sunday 19th June, 1921.  It had originally been planned that he census would be taken on  the night of 24th April, but it was delayed because of strikes.

The 1921 Census is scheduled to be released, in its entirety, in 2022.

 


 

1931 Census

The 1931 Census was taken on the night of Sunday 26th April, 1931.  The entire 1931 Census was destroyed in a fire on the night of Saturday 19th December 1942.

More details regarding the fire can be found here National Archives - 1931 Census

 


 

1941 Census

No Census was taken in 1941 due to WW2.