The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
1841 Fletching Census
Reference: Maresfield Enumeration District 4
All that part of the Parish of Fletching from Sheffield Bridge which lies on the West side of the road to the Folly at Chelwood Common and on the South side of the footpath from there to Pepper Alley and of a road to Dane Hill from thence by the same boundary to Sheffield Bridge. That part also of Sheffield Park which lies to the West of the stream which forms the Western boundary of District No. 2 from East bridges to the Ouse is included in this district.
Enumerator: James Fuller
Please note:
  • These census records have been transcribed from images of the original census sheets. Whilst all care has been taken, the result is an interpretation of the original which is available at Local Record Offices, from The National Archives, and from ancestry.co.uk
  • Occupation has been unified (e.g. Ag Lab, Farm Lab, and many other such recordings are all displayed as Farm labourer).
  • The Sheet Number is as shown on the original document and is linked to a page showing all the entries on that Sheet (as well as entries from the following or previous sheet where the entry for the location covers more than one sheet).
  • In those instances where the Census entry is incorrect or missing and it has been possible from other sources to derive a correction, then these changes are shown inside square brackets, e.g. [Wife]

Census sheets
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Sheet    Place    Census entry

8DanehillGeorge Baker, M, Head, age 60 to 64, born Sussex; occupation: farm labourer
    Barbara Baker, F, [Wife], age 50 to 54, born Sussex
    Edward Baker, M, [Son], age 16, born Sussex
    Mary Baker, F, [Daughter], age 8, born Sussex

8DanehillWilliam May, M, Head, age 40 to 44; occupation: farm labourer
    Rosetta May, F, [Wife], age 45 to 49
    William May, M, [Son], age 17
    Maria May, F, [Daughter], age 15
    Mary May, F, [Daughter], age 12

8DanehillWilliam Browning, M, Head, age 65 to 69, born Sussex; occupation Farmer
    Elizabeth Browning, F, [Wife], age 42, born Sussex
    Sophia Dicker, F, [Lodger], age 42, born Sussex
    Thomas Dicker, M, [Lodger's son], age 11, born Sussex

8DanehillJoseph Gaston, M, Head, age 47, born Sussex; occupation: huckster
    Edward Gaston, M, [Son], age 13, born Sussex
    Joseph Gaston, M, [Son], age 11, born Sussex
    Ansley N/K, F, [Lodger], age 25 to 29, born Sussex; occupation Shoe maker
    William N/K, M, [Lodger's son], age 6, born Sussex
    Mary N/K, F, [Lodger's daughter], age 1, born Sussex

8DanehillGeorge Warnett, M, Head, age 75 to 79, born Sussex; occupation Farm labourer
    Elizabeth Warnett, F, [Wife], age 75 to 79, born Sussex

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