Wilts 1851 Census DVD

1851 Wiltshire Census

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

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1851 WILTSHIRE CENSUS

Scanned, Transcribed & Indexed

If you are searching for Ancestors in Wiltshire – this is a “Must Have” set. It not only has Wiltshire information, but surrounding Counties where families tend to spread to.

This set of Census CDs contains so much information, it will take you weeks to go through it all.

Just put the CD in your drive and away you go.

Images are reproduced by courtesy of the Public Record Office, London.


All CDs are BRAND NEW and VIRUS FREE

 

Wiltshire Census CD – A

HO107/1833:
Bishopstone, Blunsden, Castle Easton, Chisledon, Hannington, Highworth, Hinton Parva, Inglisham, Liddington, Rodbourn Cheney, Stanton Fitzwarren, Stratton St. Margaret, Stratton Workhouse, Swindon, Wanborough, Wroughton.
HO107/1834:
Ashton Keynes, Braydon, Clack Clyffe Pypard, Cricklade St. Mary & St. Sampson, Eisey, Latton, Leigh, Lyddiard Millicent, Lyddiard Tregooze, Lyneham, Purton, Tockenham, Wootton Bassett.
HO107/1835:
Alderton, Brinkworth, Brokenborough, Charlton, Corston, Crudwell, Dauntsey, Easton Grey, Garsdon, Great Somerford, Hankerton, Hullavington, Lea, Little Somerford, Luckington, Malmesbury St. Paul, Minety, Norton, Oaksey, Sherston Magna, Sherston Parva, Sopworth, Westport St. Mary.
MISCELLANEOUS 1851 CENSUS DISTRICT INDEX – Surnames in Alphabetical Order
Collection of Various Somerset Villages enumerated on Dorset Films.
Trent, Marston Magna, Rimpton, Sandford Orcas, Poynington & Goathill, Seaborough. Misterton
Collection of Revised Somerset Census caused by a initial poor film.
Old Cleeve, St. Decumans, East Quantoxhead, Kilve.
Each of the above files has their own Alphabetical Name Index and Full Transcription
MASTER INDEX – Alphabetical Names and Transcriptions of census pages for all WILTSHIRE
Wiltshire Census CD – B

HO107/1836:
Biddestone, Box, Castle Coombe, Chippenham, Christian Malford, Colerne, Corsham, Draycott Cerne, Grittleton, Kington St. Michael, Langley Burnell, Laycock, Littleton Drew, Nettleton, North Wraxall, Pewsham, Seagry, Slaughterford, Stanton St. Quinton, Sutton Benger, West Kington, Yatton Keynell.
HO107/1837:
Blackland, Brimhill, Bowood, Calne, Cherhill, Compton Bassett, Heddington, Hillmarton, Yatesbury.
HO107/1850:
Bourton(Dorset), Stilton(Dorset), Kilmington(Somerset), East Knoyle, Kingston Deverill, Maiden Bradley, Mere, Monkton Deverill, Sedghill, Stourton(Part – Somerset), West Knoyle.
Each of the above files has their own Alphabetical Name Index and Full Transcription
MASTER INDEX – Alphabetical Names and Transcriptions of census pages for all SOMERSET

Wiltshire CensusCD -C

HO107/1838:
Avebury, Broad Hinton, Marlborough, Marlborough College, Mildenhall, Ogbourn, Overton, Preshute, Savernake, Winterbourne.
HO107/1840:
Hilperton, Melksham, Seend, Semington, Trowbridge,
HO107/1841:
Atworth, Bradford, Bradford Workhouse, Broughton-Gifford, Freshfield-Somerset, Holt, Limpley Stoke, Little Chalfield, Monkton Farleigh, South Wraxall, Trowle, Turley, Westwood, Winkfield, Winsley, Woolley Leigh.
HO107/1842:
Bratton, Bulkington, Dilton Marsh, East Coulston, Edington, Hinton, Keevil, North Bradley, Southwick, Steeple Ashton, West Ashton, Westbury.
HO107/1843:
Bishopstrow, Boyton, Brixton Deverill, Chittern, Codford, Corsley, Heytesbury, Hill Deverill, Horningsham, Imber, Knook, Longbridge Deverill, Norton Bavant, Stockton, Sutton Veney, Upton Scudamore, Warminster
Each of the above files has their own Alphabetical Name Index and Full Transcription

Wiltshire CD – D

HO107/1844:
Alton Priors, Burbage, Charlton Rushall, Collingbourne Ducis, Collingbourne Kingston, Easton, Enford, Everleigh, Fittleton, Manningford, Milton, Netheravon, North Newton, Pewsey, Upavon, Wilcot, Wilsford, Woodborough, Wootton Rivers.
HO107/1845:
Amesbury, Boscombe, Bulford, Durnford, Durrington, Figheldean, Newton Toney, Orcheston, Shrewton, Tilshead, West Cholderton, Wilsford, Winterbourne etc, Winterbourne Stoke, Woodford.
HO107/1846:
Alderbury, Bodenham, Britford, Coombe Bissett, Downton, Fishterton Anger, Homington, Landford, Laverstock, Milford, Salisbury Cathedral, Stratford Sub Castle, West Dean, West Grimstead, West Harnham, White Parish, Winterslow.
HO107/1847:
Salisbury, St. Edmunds, St. Martin, St. Thomas.
HO107/1848:
Barford, Baverstock Compton, Bishopston, Bower Chalk, Broad Chalk, Burcombe, Dinton, Fifield, Fovant, Fugglestone, Great Wishford, South Newton, Stapleford, Steeple Langford, Wilton, Wylye-Fisherton.
Each of the above files has their own Alphabetical Name Index and Full Transcription

Wiltshire Census CD -E

HO107/1686:
Aldbourn, Baydon. Buttermore-Ham, Chilton Foliat, Froxfield, Great Bedwyn, Little Bedwyn, Ramsbury, Shalbourn, Tidcombe, West Woodhay (Hants- Coombe) (Berks – East Garston, Hungerford, Inkpen, Kintbury, Lambourn, Shefford)

HO107/1839:
Allcannings/Allington/Etchilhampton, Alton Barnes, Bishop Cannings, Bromhall, Chirton, Chittoe, Devizes -All, Easterton, Erle Stoke, Great & Little Cheverelle, Littleton, Mardon, Market Lavington, Marton & Worton, Patney, Potterne, Poulshot, Rowde, Stanton St. Bernard, Stert, Urchfont, West Lavington
HO107/1849:
Alvediston, Anstey, Berwick St. Leonard, Berwick St. John, Chicklade, Chilmark, Donhead St. Andrew, Donhead St. Mary, East Tisbury, Fonthill Bishop, Fonthill Gifford, Hindon, Semley, Sutton Mandeville, Teffont, Tollard, Wardour, West Tisbury.
Each of the above files has their own Alphabetical Name Index and Full Transcription

BRISTOL Alphabetical Name and Transcriptions

GLOUCESTERSHIRE Alphabetical Name and Transcriptions

There is also a GLOUCESTERSHIRE and Southern WARWICKSHIRE Master Name Index for 1851 – 1891 containing 184,263 records

For a more detailed description of all the villages on a certain film from the census- go the PRO Web Page at http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/help-with-your-research/research-guides/?research-category=family-history and in the left where it says “Type Reference Here” – 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.