This is a sample of a complete transcription. For information on a free lookup service in an 1891 census index for the complete county, see Census 1891 Lookup.
A full description of the district, and notes on the abbreviations and codes used in this transcription, can be found following the census listing.
The two households listed in this section as Avon are only a small part of the population. 11 more households in Avon, containing 58 more people, were enumerated under Bremhill.
(Avon and Tytherton Kellaways are below)
The column listing infirmities has been omitted. It is empty throughout this census section.
The columns listing "Houses: Inhabited, Uninhabited or Building" and "Number of rooms occupied if less than five" have also been omitted.
CENSUS OF ENGLAND AND WALES 1891
Registration District: 244 Chippenham
Registration Sub-district: 4 Christian Malford
Enumeration District No.: 4
Name of Enumerator, Mr.: George West
Registrar: J. Percie Garlike
Superintendent Registrar: P. Delmé Awdry (Deputy)
DESCRIPTION OF ENUMERATION DISTRICT
Civil Parish: Draycot Cerne, Avon & Tytherton Kellaways
Town or Village, or Hamlet: Village
Rural Sanitary District: Chippenham part of
Parliamentary Division: Chippenham West - North Wilts part of
|Ecclesiastical Parish or District:
Description of Boundaries and Contents of Enumeration District:
The whole of the Parish of Draycot Cerne including Mount Pleasant Farm Collingbourns Farm Free School Upper Draycot Village Baileys Farm Lake Farm Rectory Draycot Lodge Draycot House Stud Grooms House Three Keepers Lodges & Nabbs Farm
Blackgrove Cottages been Down for Years
The whole of the civil Parish of Avon including Avon Farm & Cottage
The civil Parish Kelways or Tytherton Kelways including the Mill Cottages in Tytherton Road North side only & Kelways Farm & as transferred from the Parish of Bremhill Cottages South side of Tytherton Road.
Draycot Cerne: 147