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1861 census for Pembrokeshire

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Sections which appear to be missing from the 1861 census for Pembrokeshire -  based on the Archive CD Books CD

Contributed by Gerry Lewis (Feb 2008)


The total population of Pembrokeshire at the 1861 census was 87,690.
Whether this includes or excludes the people  listed below isn't clear, but either way the missing people (about 1,790) amount to about 2% of the total.
However this does not include any information from the "Cardiganshire" part of Pembrokeshire.

 

Begelly - Enumeration District 1 (part of RG9/4151) - ascertained from the "Abstract of Totals"

MISSING Page 1, schedules 1 to 6 (6 schedules) - 25 people
MISSING Page 2, schedules 7 to 12 (6 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 3, schedules 13 to 19 (7 schedules) - 23 people
MISSING Page 4, schedules 20 to 25 (6 schedules) - 25 people
97 in total

 

Burton - (part of RG9/4159). Enumeration District number uncertain as the front pages are all missing including the "Abstract of Totals".

MISSING - pages 1 and 2 - probably about 50 people

 

Caldey Island  AND St. Margaret's Island (part of RG9/4154) - the following information can be ascertained from the "Abstract of Totals" (which does exist).

It would appear that St. Margaret's Island was uninhabited

MISSING Page 1, schedules 1 to 4 (4 schedules) - 25 people
MISSING Page 2, schedules 5 to 9 (5 schedules) - 25 people
MISSING Page 3, schedules 10 to 14 (5 schedules) - 23 people
MISSING Page 4, 1 uninhabited property St. Margaret's Island?
73 in total

 

Camrose - Enumeration District 26 (part of RG9/4165) - ascertained from the "Abstract of Totals"

MISSING Page 13, (4 schedules) - 25 people
MISSING Page 14, (6 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 15, (7 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 16, (4 schedules) - 25 people
MISSING Page 17, (2 schedules) - 17 people
115 in total

 

Crinow  AND Castledwyran [CMN] (part of RG9/4149)  - ascertained from the "Abstract of Totals" (which does exist).

No differentation is made in the Abstract between the two parishes.

MISSING Page 2 schedules 1 to 3 (3 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 3 schedules 4 to 9 (6 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 4 schedules 10 to 15 (6 schedules) - 22 people
MISSING Page 5 schedules 16 to 19 (4 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 6 schedules 20 to 23 (4 schedules) - 21 people
MISSING Page 7 schedules 24 to 28 (5 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 8 schedules 29 to 31 (3 schedules) - 23 people
162 in total

 

Haroldston St Issels ( part of RG9/4163). The front pages including the "Abstract of Totals" are missing.

(46 people on two pages ARE listed.)

Population in 1851 was 331 so the number missing can be estimated at about 300.

 

The parish of Hasguard (apparently was part of RG9/4161) is MISSING.

According to Cenquest the population in 1871 was 125, so let's assume a total of 120 in 1861

 

St Brides (part of RG9/4161) - ascertained from the "Abstract of Totals"

MISSING Page 5 schedules 19 to 25 (7 schedules, 1 uninhabited) 25 people
MISSING Page 6 schedules 26 to 28 (3 schedules) - 23 people
MISSING Page 7 schedules 29 to 31 (3 schedules) - 12 people
60 in total

 

Haverfordwest St Mary - enumeration district 9 in the vicinity of Dew Street.

MISSING - one sheet of two pages from one book. Total of 28 people (5 schedules).

 

Llanfallteg West (and East in CMN).

Note on second page of folio 96 in RG9/4146 notes "Llanfallteg Carms and Pems on loose leaves". These leaves appear to be MISSING.

The population of Llanfallteg West in 1881 was 61, so let's assume a total of 60 in 1861.

 

The 1861 census for Newport PEM (RG9/4173) [included in Cardiganshire census] is PARTLY MISSING.

 

Pembroke St Michaels - Enumeration District number uncertain as the front pages are all missing including the "Abstract of Totals"

MISSING - pages 7 and 8 - probably about 50 people

 

Pembroke St Mary - Enumeration District number uncertain as the front pages are all missing including the "Abstract of Totals".

It seems to be "Lower Pennar" part of "St Johns Ecclesiastical District.

MISSING - pages 1 and 2 - probably about 50 people

 

Rosemarket Enumeration District 3 (part of RG9/4159) - ascertained from the "Abstract of Totals"

MISSING Page 19, (5 schedules) - 30 people
MISSING Page 20, (1 schedule) - 1 person
31 in total

 

St. Issels - Enumeration District 10 (part of RG9/4151) - ascertained from the "Abstract of Totals"

MISSING Page 7, (4 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 8, (3 schedules) - 22 people
MISSING Page 9, (5 schedules) - 22 people
MISSING Page 10, (4 schedules) - 22 people
MISSING Page 11, (3 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 12, (5 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 13, (5 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 14, (4 schedules) - 23 people
MISSING Page 15, (4 schedules) - 21 people
MISSING Page 16, (4 schedules) - 25 people
MISSING Page 17, (5 schedules) - 22 people
MISSING Page 18, (4 schedules) - 23 people
MISSING Page 19, (5 schedules) - 23 people
MISSING Page 20, (3 schedules) - 22 people
MISSING Page 21, (4 schedules) - 18 people
329 in total

 

Tenby in Liberty  (St Mary's) Enumeration District 15 (part of RG9/4153) - ascertained from the "Abstract of Totals"

MISSING Page 31, (6 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 32, (4 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 33, (6 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 34, (4 schedules) - 24 people
MISSING Page 35, (5 schedules) - 25 people
MISSING Page 36, (4 schedules) - 25 people
146 in total

 

The parish of Yerbeston is MISSING.

According to Cenquest 126 people were living in Yerbeston in 1871. Let's assume 120 in 1861.

 


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