Transcription © Copyright E C Apling June 2000, with minor corrections November, 2003 (from whom additional information about Woodrising families is available).
Transcribed from microfilm held by Norwich Central Library.
Original © British Crown Copyright. No responsibility for the accuracy or comprehensiveness of this transcription is implied or accepted by Her Majesty's Stationery Office.
With brief summaries of Southburgh, Letton & Cranworth (combined with Woodrising inn the Civil Parish of Cranworth in 1935).
Superintendent Registrar's Dist: Mitford
Registrar's Sub-District: Shipdham
Enumerator: Mr William Cushing
No.A Woodrising Parish
The whole of the Civil Parish of Woodrising including Staines and Vassars farms, the Rectory, the Cottages near the Church and Green and cottages on the Scoulton Road, The Lodge West, Bailiff's House, The Hall (The Lodge East), and Cottages near the Arch on the Hingham Road.
Persons temp absent on the night of April 5th
The family with servants absent during the season from the "Hall" in London:
8 M 6 F = 16
Persons not inhabitants Temp present
On a weeks visit 0 M 2 F = 2
On pages 1 to 5: Woodrising Parish
No of schedules ? [indecipherable]
Inhabited homes 20
Uninhabited houses 2
Persons: 56 M 34 F = 90
Rural Sanitary District of Mitford.
8th day of April William Cushing Enumerator
15th day of April Wm. H. Tench Registrar
30th day of April Walter M Barton Superintendent Registrar
1. Farm House
2. The Rectory
3. Cottage Near Church. 1 Uninhabited
4. Cottage Near Green.
5. Cottage Near Green 3 rooms
6. Church Farm House 4 rooms
6 houses; 1 uninhabited 2 having < 5 rooms
20 males 11 females total 31
7. Cottage Near Green. 4 rooms
8. Cottage Near Green 3 rooms
9. Cottage near Green 3 rooms
10. Cottage near Green 3 rooms
11. Cottage near Green 4 rooms
12. Cottage Near Green 4 rooms
13. Cottage on Scoulton Road 4 rooms
14. Lodge House Scoulton Road
15. The Hall.
16. Bailiff's House
17. Lodge, Hingham Road 4 rooms
18. Cottage near Archway, Hingham Road
19. Cottage near Archway, Hingham Road 3 rooms
20. Cottage near Archway, Hingham Road 3 rooms
8 dwellings. 1 uninhabited. 4 with < 5 rooms
17 males 12 females 29 total
------ end of civil parish of Woodrising ------
The whole of the Civil Parish of Southburgh.
Contents. Comprising Bateson's farm, The King's Head Inn and Cottages on the Green, as far as Clarke's cottages Mill Lane, Rivett's corner late Brasnett's farm, the Ivy Cottages, Russells and late Staithe's Cottages on the road leading to the Church; the farm near Commons allotments, Hingham-burgh, Butlers common, Riche's cottages adjacent to the boundary of Hingham and Woodrising, Webster's row and Eaglings Corner. The whole in the Parliamentary division of Mid-Norfolk.
56 inhabited houses
38 tenements of less than 5 rooms
121 Males 109 Females 230 total
The whole of the Civill Parish of Letton.
Contents. Comprising the Hall, the Carpenter's. the Gardener's and GameKeeper's Lodges, the Cottages on Letton Green, Goddard's Norton's and Jermys late Stebbing's Farms and farms adjacent to boundaries of Cranworth, Reymerstone, Southburgh and Shipdham.
The whole in the Parliamentary Division of Mid-Norfolk.
The whole of the Civil Parish of Cranworth.
Contents. Comprising Farm and cottages on the Moor., Dowsing Hall Street, Miller's Yard - The Rectory and Farms with Cottages near the Church green and High common adjoining the Parishes of Letton and Southburgh boundaries. Page's Farm near Woodrising boundary and Lincoln's Farm (late Riddles) near the boundaries of Shipdham and Carbrooke. The whole in the Parliamentary division of Mid-Norfolk.
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