1901 Census Returns:

Bishopdale

Sunday 31st March

Enumeration District 10 Folios 77-83, Enumerator: Richard Lord Dent.

National Archive (Reference Piece TNA RG 13/4605)

 

The civil Parish of Bishopdale (entire) Rural Sanitary District of Aysgarth (part of) Ecclesiastical Parish of Aysgarth (part of) Richmond Division of Yorkshire (part of). The whole of the civil Parish of Bishopdale, contents comprising Dale Foot, New House Gill, Ribba, Myres Garth, Smelter, Howgill, Dale Head or West Howgill, Kidstones, Long Ridge, Scar Top, Cote Garth or West New House and the Rookery. 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); number of rooms occupied if less than five; occupation; employment: employer, worker, own account, or working at home; where born; county/place; name of street, place or road, and name or number of house and whether blind, deaf-and-dumb, lunatic, imbecile or idiot.

 

The whole of the Township of Bishopdale contained 80 inhabitants, of whom 43 were male and 37 were female. There were 14 houses, of which 13 were occupied and 1 was 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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