1911 census

Extracts Relevant to our Community

By Eddie Hunt

My great-grandparents, Adam and Ellen Albert, lived at Maple Villa, Station Road (Schedule No. 152 below) from about 1909 to 1915. I have been trying to identify the location of this property, and hence am pleased to see the results of the work which is being done to identify the shops on the High Road – although of a different era.

This is has spurred me on to complete the table below which is taken from the 1911 Census Enumerator’s Summary Book for Billericay Registration District No. 193, Wickford Registration Sub-District No. 2, Enumeration District No. 7, and the individual census sheet returns for properties in Station Road. The enumerator was J.H.Parkinson.

The table is split into the pages from the Enumerator’s Summary and the heading for the Civil Parish and Ecclesiastical Parish is given in capital letters for each page. An "*" indicates a building without a Schedule No.

“High Road” is called “Station Road” on all the census documents except for Schedule No. 150, where its location is referred to as “13 High Street, Station Road”. Some individual return sheets have been completed with reference to “High Road”, and these are added in brackets where appropriate in the following table.

I had hoped that the Schedule Nos. would go down one side and then up the other for Station Road to give the positions of the buildings. But they don't!

I hope this table is helpful, and there are not too many transcription errors. And I would love to hear of any information about Maple Villa and my great-grandparents.

Page 1LAINDON (ENTIRE)GT BURSTEAD ST MARY MAGDALENE (PART OF)
Schedule No.PropertyRoad/LocationType of PropertyName of HeadOccupation
1Noak Bridge FarmBillericay RoadHouseMr Norrill
2Noak Hill CottageBillericay RoadCottageMr Coker
3Finches FarmBillericay RoadHouseMr Miles
*Noak Hill Farm
BuildingsNot used as dwelling
4White Post FarmLaindon CommonHouseMr Thorne
5The Dukes Head InnLaindon CommonPublic HouseMr Harrington
6The Old Barracks CottagesLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Wilsher
7The Old Barracks CottagesLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Wade
8The Old Barracks CottagesLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Attridge
9The Old Barracks CottagesLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMrs Ellis
10The Old Barracks CottagesLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Wade
11The Old Barracks CottagesLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Daniels
12Brook CottageLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Loff
13Brook HouseLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Ackers
14White CottagesLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Polley
15White CottagesLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Collins
16Cottage OnLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMrs Pavey
17
Laindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Stewart
18
Laindon CommonPrivate HouseMrs Phillips
19
Laindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Shaw
20
Laindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Wade
21
Laindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Jarvis
22
Laindon CommonPrivate HouseMrs Chisnall
23Frith CottagesLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Seaden
24Frith CottagesLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Stammers

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Schedule NoPropertyRoad / LocationType of propertyName of HeadOccupation
25Frith CottagesLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Argent
26The FrithLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Tweed
27Frith FarmLaindon CommonPrivate HouseMr Jefferies

END OF ECCLESIASTICAL PARISH OF ST MARY MAGDALENE (PART OF)

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