CRICH PARISH

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

Wessington in Glover's Directory (1833)

Transcribed by Alan Flint.

 

CRICH (Crice), a market-town, lies about 5 m. eastwardly from Wirksworth, and about 4 m. from Alfreton, which is the post town, and 12 m. from Derby. The parish is chiefly in the hundred of Morleston and Litchurch, but extends partly into Scarsdale and Wirksworth hundreds. The parish of Crich includes the townships of Crich, Wessington and Tansley.

CRICH PARISH

POPULATION

Acreage

Estimated Annual Rental

 

1801

1811

1821

 

 

 

Persons

Persons

Houses

Families

Persons

 

 

Crich township

1413

1828

392

394

2014

3413

£4262-8-7

 

 

 

Tansley township

381

370

86

95

449

1000

Wessington township

512

373

87

87

488

920

 

2306

2571

563

576

2961

5333

 

 

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