1851 Salop Census DVD

1851 Shropshire Census


A DVD containing a set of scanned images of the 1851 Shrophire census

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Scanned Only

This CD set contains the FULL set of 12 image files for PREES in the WEM folder H107/1995 on CD 3.
Previous versions have only 3.

Images are reproduced by courtesy of the Public Record Office, London.
NOTE: The film frames for this County are oversized i.e. 44mm- 22mm not the normal 35mm x 17.5mm
It was therefore necessary to skip the address so that the birth place could be identified.

There are 16250 scanned images

Shropshire Census CD 1
Ashford, Bitterley, Bromfield, Burrington, Cainham, Clee St Margaret, Culmington, Diddlebury, Elton, Holdgate, Hopton Lanford, Leintwardine, Ludlow, Munslow, Onibury, Richard’s Castle, Stanton Lacy, Stoke Baggot, Stoke St. Milboro, Stokesay, Tugford, Wigmore.

Hopesay, Bishops Castle, Clun, Clunbury, Clungunford, Edgton, Hyssington, Linley, Lydbury North, Lydham, Mainstone, Mindtown, Newcastle, Norbury, Ratlinghope, Shelve, Wentnor.
Eaton, Acton Scott, Cardington, Church Stretton, Easthope, Hopebowdler, Leebotwood, Longnor, Longvylie, Rushbury, Shipton, Smethcott, Winstanstow, Woolstanton.
Aston Botterell, Cleobury Mortimer, Corly-Corley, Farlow, Highley, Hopton Wafers, Kinlet, Loughton, Mamble, Milsom, Neen Savage, Rock – Worc’s., Stottesdon
Acton Round, Alveley, Astley Abbotts, Billingsley, Bridgnorth Lowtown, Bridgnorth St Leonards, Bridgnorth St Marys, Cardington, Chelmarsh, Chetton, Claverley, Cleobury North, Dilton Priors, Middleton Scriven, Monk Hopton, Morville, Neenton, Oldbury, Quatford, Quatt, Romsley, Stanton Long, Upton Cressett, Worfield.
Albrighton, Badger, Beckbury, Bonninghall, Brimhill – Staffs., Donington, Kemberton, Patshull – Staffs., Ryton, Sherriffhales, (SHIFNAL, STOCKTON, SUTTON MADDOCKS, TONG, WESTON STAFFS. IMPORTANT – THESE UPPER CASE PARISHES ARE HIDDEN IN THE BADGER PARISH ON SOME ISSUES OF CD.1)
Dawley, Dawley-More, Stirchley.
Shropshire Census CD-2
Barrow, Benthall, Broseley, Buildwas, Linley, Little-Wenlock, Madeley, Madeley-More, Much-Wenlock.
Acton Burnell, Berrington, Berrington Workhouse, Church Preen, Conderton, Cound, Cressage, Frodesley, Hanwood, Harley, Kenley, Pitchford, Pontesbury, Pulverbatch, Stapleton, Sutton.
Alberbury, Albrighton, Astley, Atcham, Cardistone, Criggion, Fitz, Ford, Great Wollaston, Leighton, Melverley, Minsterley, Montford, Preston-Guballs, Shrawardine, Uppington, Upton Magna, Westbury, Withington, Wroxeter.
Meole Brace, Shrewsbury – St Alkmond – St Chad – St Julian – St Mary – Holy Cross.
Kinnerley, Knockin, Llanmynech, Llansilin – Denbighshire, Llanybledwel, Loughton, Middleton-Hisland, Oswestry District & Town, Quirk – Denbighshire, Ruyton, Selattyn, St. Martins – District, West Felton, Whittington, Wootton.

Shropshire Census CD-3
Baschurch, Bettisfield – Flint, Bronington – Flint, Colemere, Dudleston, Ellesmere, English Frankton, Great Ness, Greenhill, Hadnal, Halghton – Flint, Hammer – Flint, Hamptonwood, Hardwick, Hordley, Kenwick, Lee, Little Ness, Malpas, Middle Newton, Northwood, Overton – Flint, Penley-Flint, Tybroughton-Flint, Welshampton, Willington – Flint.
Broughton, Gunshill, Ightfield, Lee Brockhurst, Loppington, Morton-Corbet, Prees, Shawbury, Stanton, Wem, Weston-Wixhall, Whitechurch.
Adderley, Ashley – Staffs., Cheswardine, Childs Ercall, Chipnall, Drayton Magna, Drayton Parva, Drayton in Hales, Ellerton, Hinstock, Hodnet, Moreton Say, Mucclestone, Norton in Hales, Sowdley, Stoke-upon-Tern, Sutton, Tysley – Staffs., Woodseaves.
Bolas Magna, Ercall Magna, Eyton, Kinnersley, Langdon-upon-Tern, Preston-Widmore, Rodington, Waters-Upton, Wellington, Wombridge, Wrockwardine.

Shropshire Census CD-4
Adbaston, Cherrington, Chetwynd, Church Aston, Edgmond, Forton, Gnosall, High Offley, Lilleshall, Longford, Newport, Norbury.
A copy of our ‘4 Counties CD’ fills the remainder of CD 4.

This is a complete transcription of Somerset, Wiltshire, Gloucestershire & Bristol/Bedminster

NOTE: The film frames for this county are oversized i.e. 44mm by 22mm not the normal 35mm by 17.5mm.
It was therefore necessary to skip the address so that the birth place could be identified.

For a more detailed description of all the villages on a certain film – go to the PRO Web Page at www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/- type in the film # exactly – ie: HO 107/1995 it will give you the contents – you will have to read a little to see where to click next.