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Census of Mere, Wiltshire 1841-1901

We are transcribing the census returns for each decade. The results of our transcript are held in a database which will be fully searchable.

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CENSUS OF ENGLAND AND WALES 1841.
Ref Date Institution Contents of Enumeration District Enumerator
HO107/1183 6th June Mere Union Workhouse Mere Union Workhouse, Parish of Mere  
CENSUS OF ENGLAND AND WALES 1901.
Ref Date District Contents of Enumeration District Enumerator
RG13/1963 31st March
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All that part of the parish which lies to the north of the Turnpike Road leading from Hindon to Wincanton, including Prospect Farm, Back Lane, Manor Farm, Deverill Longwood, Well Head, North Road, North Street, Old Hollow, The Field, The Castle, Chitcombe, Mere Down, & Pitching Piece. Mr Thomas Hall Woodford
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All that part of the Civil parish of Mere which lies to the South of the Turnpike Road leading from Hindon to Wincanton, and west of Water Street to Edgebridge and west of the road leading from Edgebridge to Shaftesbury, including Church Street, Deans Orchard, The Chantry, Naplox, Clay Nap, Lords Mead, Causeway, Whitehill, Hinks Mill, Swainsford, Woodlands, Rook Street, Gillingham Road, & Mapledore Hill. Mr William Thomas Edmunds
All that part of the Civil parish which lies to the South of the Turnpike Road leading from Hindon to Wincanton, East of Water Street to Edgebridge, and East of the Road leading from Edgebridge to Shaftesbury, including Ivymead, Island, Holwell, South Brook, Bush Hayes, Park, Higher Park, Knoyle, Barrow Street, Burton Field, Burton, Wet Lane, Ashwell, Haycroft, & Limpers Hill. Mr Edward Arthur Card