1851 Census for all Buckinghamshire (CD)

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The 1851 Census of Buckinghamshire, a fully transcribed and indexed publication together with a comprehensive search programme is published on CD. All family and social historians appreciate the value of the census and that of 1851 is of particular interest as it is the first where precise ages, relationships and places of birth are given. Clearly it is an important source of information without which our researches would be made very much more difficult.
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The 1851 Census of Buckinghamshire, a fully transcribed and indexed publication together with a comprehensive search programme is published on CD. All family and social historians appreciate the value of the census and that of 1851 is of particular interest as it is the first where precise ages, relationships and places of birth are given. Clearly it is an important source of information without which our researches would be made very much more difficult.

Additionally the CD contains extensive demographic information extracted from the census, and there are a number of features that will assist its use. The basic entries have been classified in a variety of ways including by occupation, by age, by birthplace, etc. From these classifications a series of comprehensive tables make it possible to use the CD to compare the structure of the population in one parish with either the county total or with neighbouring parishes. These tables should be particularly useful to schools for project work and those writing a parish history.

Other notes explain how the census can be used to examine the various aspects of life in the county in 1851. Amongst the topics examined are the clergy, doctors, life in mansions and in other households with a large number of servants. Other notes explore important trades including lace making, straw plaiting, wood manufacturing, retailing and agriculture.

Similarly seemingly unrelated adjacent entries in a town or village can be displayed as enumerated and these often reveal the reason for subsequent relationships, quite literally how the boy met and married the girl in question; she lived next door!!

Search results can be printed and exported into another package and notes on places of birth may be of special interest. These include an analysis by parish, adjacent parish, and within and without the county and country as a whole.

This is an essential tool in advancing knowledge of your mid 19th century Buckinghamshire ancestors.

** If you previously purchased v1.00 of the CD (CD has silver face) and wish to install it to run under Windows 7 you will require a patch for the installation See details **

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Coverage: The whole of the pre-1974 county of Buckingham is included in this transcription covering
ADDINGTON, ADSTOCK, AKELEY CUM STOCKHOLT, AMERSHAM, ASHENDON, ASTON ABBOTTS, ASTON CLINTON, ASTON SANDFORD, AYLESBURY, BARTON HARTSHORN, BEACHAMPTON, BEACONSFIELD, BIDDLESDON, BIERTON and BROUGHTON, BLEDLOW, BLEDLOW RIDGE, BLETCHLEY, BOARSTALL, BOVENEY, BOW BRICKHILL, BRADENHAM, BRADWELL and BRADWELL ABBEY, BRILL, BROUGHTON, BUCKINGHAM, BUCKLAND, BURNHAM, CALVERTON, CASTLETHORPE, CHACKMORE, CHALFONT ST GILES, CHALFONT ST PETER, CHARNDON, CHEARSLEY, CHEDDINGTON, CHENIES, CHESHAM, CHETWODE, CHICHELEY and SHERINGTON, CHILTON, CHINNOR, CHOLESBURY, CLIFTON REYNES, CRESLOW, CUBLINGTON, CUDDINGTON, DAGNAL, HUDNALL and RINGSAL, DATCHET, DENHAM, DINTON, DITTON, DORNEY, DORTON, DRAYTON BEAUCHAMP, DRAYTON PARSLOW, DUNTON, EAST CLAYDON, EDGCOTT, EDLESBOROUGH, ELLESBOROUGH, EMBERTON, ETON, FARNHAM ROYAL, FAWLEY, FENNY STRATFORD, FINGEST, FLEET MARSTON, FOXCOTT, FRITHSDEN, FULMER, GAWCOTT, GAYHURST, LATHBURY and TYRINGHAM, GRANBOROUGH, GRENDON UNDERWOOD, GROVE, GREAT BRICKHILL, GREAT HAMPDEN and LITTLE HAMPDEN, GREAT HORWOOD, GREAT KIMBLE, GREAT LINFORD and STANTONBURY, GREAT MARLOW, GREAT MISSENDEN, GREAT WOOLSTONE, HADDENHAM, HALTON, HAMBLEDEN, HANSLOPE, HARDMEAD and ASTWOOD, HARDWICK, HARTWELL, HAWRIDGE, HEDGERLEY, HEDGERLEY DEAN, HEDSOR, HENTON, HIGH WYCOMBE, HILLESDEN, HITCHAM, HOGSHAW CUM FULBROOK, HOGSTON, HORSENDEN and ILMER, HORTON, HUGHENDEN, HULCOTT WITH ROWSHAM, IBSTONE, ICKFORD, IVER, IVINGHOE, KINGSEY, LANGLEY MARISH, LAVENDON, LECKHAMPSTEAD, LEWKNOR UPHILL, LILLINGSTONE DAYRELL, LILLINGSTONE LOVELL, LINSLADE, LITTLE LINFORD and HAVERSHAM, LONG CRENDON, LONG MARSTON, LOUGHTON, LOWER WINCHENDON, LITTLE BRICKHILL, LITTLE HORWOOD, LITTLE KIMBLE, LITTLE MARLOW, LITTLE MISSENDEN, LITTLE WOOLSTONE, LUDGERSHALL, MAIDS MORETON, MARSH GIBBON, MARSWORTH, MEDMENHAM, MENTMORE, MIDDLE CLAYDON, MILTON KEYNES, MONKS RISBOROUGH, MOULSOE, MURSLEY, NASH, NETTLEDEN, NEWPORT PAGNELL, NEWTON BLOSSOMVILLE/COLD BRAYFIELD, NEWTON LONGVILLE, NORTH CRAWLEY, NORTH MARSTON, NORTHALL, OAKLEY, OLNEY, OVING, PADBURY, PENN, PITCHCOTT, PITSTONE, POUNDON, PRESTON BISSETT, PRINCES RISBOROUGH, QUAINTON, QUARRENDON, RADCLIVE, RADNAGE, RAVENSTONE and EAKLEY LANES, SAUNDERTON, SEER GREEN, SHABBINGTON, SHALSTONE and OLD WICK, SHENLEY BROOK END, SHENLEY CHURCH END, SHERINGTON, SHIPTON, SIMPSON, SLAPTON and HORTON, SOULBURY, ST LEONARD, STEEPLE CLAYDON, STEWKLEY, STOKE GOLDINGTON, STOKE HAMMOND, STOKE MANDEVILLE, STOKE POGES, STOKENCHURCH, STONE, STONY STRATFORD EAST, STONY STRATFORD WEST, STOWE and BOYCOTT, SWANBOURNE, TAPLOW, TATTENHOE, THE LEE, THORNBOROUGH, THORNTON, TINGEWICK, TOWERSEY, TURVILLE, TURWESTON, TWYFORD, UPPER WINCHENDON, UPTON CUM CHALVEY, WADDESDON, WALTON, WATER EATON, WATER STRATFORD, WAVENDON, WEEDON, WENDOVER, WEST WYCOMBE, WESTBURY, WESTCOTT, WESTON TURVILLE, WESTON UNDERWOOD, WEXHAM, WHADDON, WHITCHURCH, WILLEN, WING, WINGRAVE, WINSLOW, WOLVERTON, WOOBURN, WOODHAM, WORMINGHALL, WOTTON UNDERWOOD, WOUGHTON, WRAYSBURY

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