CRICH PARISH

which consists of the villages of Crich, Fritchley and Whatstandwell.

1841 Census for Crich

Transcribed by Alan Flint

PRO REFERENCE - HO 107 / 188 / 9

When checking for surnames, please be aware of variants - also occasions where the enumerator may have spelt the name incorrectly.

A total of 2619 individuals are listed. One section includes part of present day Holloway and Upper Holloway (then in Crich Parish).

1841part 1 - "All that part of the Parish of Crich which lies South of Dimple Lane and South of Chadwick Lane" [807 individuals]

1841 part 2 - "All that part of the Parish of Crich which lies North of Chadwick Lane, South of Coddington Road and West of the Cromford and Langley Mill Turnpike Road" [808 individuals - but I have spotted that the Enumerator has entered one family twice, and appears to have 'popped in' some entries out of sequence, where he may have had a space - the record is as written!]

1841 part 3- "All that part of the Parish of Crich which lies East of the Cromford and Langley Mill Road, North of Dimple Lane and South of the Lane from Crich to the Hollins" [469 individuals]

1841 part 4 - "All that part of the Parish of Crich which lies North of the Lane from Crich to the Hollins and North of Cromford Road" [535 Individuals - Includes a small part of Crich Carr, Cliffside, Cliff Wood,  Whatstandwell Bridge, part of Holloway, Upper Holloway, Wheatcroft, Plaistow Green, Pothouse, the Hollins. This final section was the most difficult, as in parts it was almost unreadable, hence the number of ? marks or -- to indicate uncertainty]

The original census images used to construct this record is © British Crown copyright.

N.B All the names in the Crich 1841 census have been indexed: INDEX OF NAMES

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