1871 Census Records for Debenham.

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

CENSUS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, 1871
Superintendent Registrar's District: Bosmere Enumeration District, No: 8
Registrar's Sub-District: Coddenham Name of Enumerator, Mr. William Henry

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.

   
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Part of the Parish of Debenham including all the Houses and Cottages on the West side of the Turnpike road leading from Woodbridge to Eye includingthe Vicarage, Poplar Hall, White Hall, Gostlings Hall, Ulveston Hall, Little London, Old Hall and all the Houses and Cottages on both sides Grace Church and the Back Lane.

 

 

CENSUS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, 1871
Superintendent Registrar's District: Bosmere Enumeration District, No: 9
Registrar's Sub-District: Coddenham Name of Enumerator, Mr. Harry Last

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 n=more complete, may be added by the Enumerator.

   
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Parish of Debenham (Part of)   All that part of the Parish of Debenham which lies on the East side of the turn pike road, leading from Woodbridge to Eye, including Crows Hall, White House, Corporation Farm, Cross Green, Gull Farm & Cttages and Bell-Well Cottage.