The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
1851 Mayfield Census
Reference: HO 107 1640, Rotherfield Registration District, Folios 133-148 in the Mayfield Enumeration District 2a
From Butcher's Cross Gate by the Turnpike Road to St Marks Church in Hadlow Down, taking all on the North and North West side of the road, from thence by the boundary of the Parish to the Little Forge and then follow the boundary to Brick Barn Hill, and from there to Stone Mill, taking all the houses on the road leading from Huggetts Furnace Mill to Butcher's Cross Gate.
Enumerator - John Weston

Id Property Person Position Date of Birth Place of Birth
064Hastingford CottageEdward Izzard, farm labourerHead; occupation: farm labourer1788Parish of Rotherfield, Sussex
Harriett Izzard [Balcombe]Wife1796Parish of Wadhurst, Sussex
Sarah Ann Fenner [Izzard]Daughter; occupation: scholar1837Parish of Rotherfield, Sussex
Edwin Izzard, farm labourerSon; occupation: scholar12th Oct 1841Parish of Rotherfield, Sussex

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These are derived census records that have been enhanced as further data becomes available. For example - the surname at birth of a wife is derived from the census return or a corresponding parish record - the date of birth is derived from the age recorded on the census and refined where a parish record has been matched - the occupation has been unified (e.g. Ag Lab, Farm Lab, and many other such recordings are all displayed as Farm labourer).

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