Those of you who have done ancestral research will know that the reading of handwriting on old documents can be something of a challenge; the 1861 census is no different. There are many pages that are extremely difficult to read and the handwriting leaves a lot to be desired and with over 16000 entries I would be surprised if I had not made a few errors.
I have endeavoured to interpret the street names as correctly as possible but where I have some doubt as regards the spelling I have put a .?. after. Bear in mind however that it can be easy to mistake an .i. for an .e. or an .a. so Hill could be Hall. When looking for a particular street, bear this in mind and look for alternatives. There are times when the spelling of a particular word cannot be made out so I have used a * to indicate the missing letter/s.
Where canal boats are concerned very often there is a folio number but no page number. The piece 1998 only has canal boats on it.
I have quoted the Piece. Folio and Page numbers together with the Parish, town/village/hamlet and ecclesiastical districts where enumerated. The Folio and Page number are for the start of a street and of other instances of the street throughout the piece.
The index also has parishes of Derbyshire, Warwickshire, Worcestershire and Shropshire. Details of these can be found here.
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