1881 Census Returns:

Newbiggin

Sunday 3rd April

Enumeration District 10 Folios 99-101 Enumerator: W.P. Fryer

National Archive (Reference: Piece TNA RG 11/4875)

Newbiggin Township: Part of Aysgarth U.C. Ecclesiastical Parish, comprising the Township of Newbiggin, which included the village of Newbiggin, the dwelling called Street Head, East Lane House and West Lane House. The following information was recorded about each person: forename and surname; relationship to head of house; condition; marital status; age (separate columns for males and females); occupation; where born; county/place; name of street, place or road, and name and number or number of house and whether blind, deaf-and-dumb, imbecile or idiot, lunatic.

The whole of the Township of Newbiggin contained 104 inhabitants, of whom 56 were male and 48 were female. There were 25 houses, of which 21 were occupied and 4 were unoccupied. 

 

Below is a transcript of the census return in tabular form. The 'Search' box at the top right hand corner can be used to find a surname, house name, occupation, birthplace or other element.

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