Bonsall (selected entries) (Derbyshire) 1841 Census

Transcription from film/fiche of original Census returns held by The National Archives.
Reference HO107/197/7
Collected and transcribed by Rosemary Lockie, September 1989

Bonsall was, during the early 19th century, a centre of Comb manufacturing.
This is a list of all the Comb Makers recorded on the 1841 Census.

A transcription of the whole of Bonsall 1841 Census is available on John Palmer's site - Wirkswirth Area Census

These transcriptions are taken from photocopies (which I still have) supplied by the Derbyshire Local Studies Library in Matlock, and taken from T.N.A. microfilm. Whilst I have taken every care to transcribe accurately, mistakes are always possible, so in case of doubt, please check the original source for yourself. Thank you.

Note: There are no actual Schedule Numbers on the original returns of 1841. If they are shown, it is for convenience of reference only.
ADDRESS SURNAME Forenames Age Sex Occupation Born in County
Yeoman St.ThomasREDFERN30MComb M.Y
Ember LaneJohnTOMESSON40MComb M.Y
 Ernil (sic)TOMESSON1M Y
BonsallSamuelPOUNDALL25MComb M.Y
 MillicentPOUNDALL1F Y
BonsallGeorgeWARD29MComb M.Y
 ElizabethWARD30F N
 WilliamWARD6M Y
Puddle HillWilliamWIGLEY33MAg LabY
 MarthaRENSHAW15FCotton SpinnerY
 JamesRENSHAW12MComb M.Y
Bonsall DaleBenjaminPOUNDALL30MComb M.Y
Yeoman St.JosephHARTLE45MShoe-MY
 ElizabethHARTLE45F Y
 MaryHARTLE20FCotton SpinnerY
 JosephHARTLE15MComb MakerY
 HannahHARTLE15FCotton SpinnerY
 WilliamHARTLE10M Y
Yeoman St.FrancisHARTLE50FShoe M.Y
 EliasHARTLE20MFramework KnitterY
 CharlesHARTLE20MComb MakerY
 GeorgeHARTLE15MFramework KnitterY
Upper TownJosephMEGDONALD36MComb MakerY

[Collated and transcribed by Rosemary Lockie]

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