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Trades of Population: 1831

(Formula No. 2)

This 1831 Norfolk Record Office document [with the reference PD 421/90] is on one sheet of paper. It is the standard printed form (No. 2) that was issued to parishes and contains only statistics ie. no names.

Population statistics available

  • 1831 Formula No. 1 - List of Houses, Employment and Trades statistics only ie. no names.
  • 1831 Formula No. 2 - This document.

It contains the following information:-

[Page 1]

County of Norfolk

Division of __________________

Hundred of Depwade

Parish or Forncett St Peter

Formula, No. 2

To be indorsed as above, and returned to the
High-Constable, together with the printed
Schedule; and by him to the Clerk of the
Peace

Population Enquiry,
1831.

[End of page 1]

[Page 2]

Formula, No. 2

for Entry of males upwards of Twenty Years of Age, who have already been
entered Three times in Formula No.. 1.; under the 5th, 6th, & 9th Questions.


 Auctioneer or Appraiser, Sheriffs Broker___________________________________ Baker, Gingerbread, Fancy__________________________________________________2 Barber, or Hair-dresser, Hair-dealer_______________________________________ Basket-maker_______________________________________________________________ Blacksmith, Horse-shoes____________________________________________________2 Boat-builder, Ship-wright__________________________________________________ Bookbinder_________________________________________________________________ Brewer_____________________________________________________________________ Broker_____________________________________________________________________ Brass-worker, Tinker_______________________________________________________ Builder____________________________________________________________________   Land-jobber   Bricklayer                                                               6   Lime Burner   Plasterer   Slater   Mason, or Waller   House-painter Butcher, Flesher___________________________________________________________2  Carpenter__________________________________________________________________10   Cabinet Maker   Wheelwright   Sawyer Carrier, Carter_____________________________________________________________1 Carver and Gilder___________________________________________________________ Caulker_____________________________________________________________________ Cheesemonger________________________________________________________________ Chemist and Druggist________________________________________________________ Clock and Watchmaker________________________________________________________ Clothier____________________________________________________________________   Linen-draper, Haberdasher   Silk-mercer, or dealer [End of Page 2]  [Page 3]  Coachmaker__________________________________________________________________ Coach-Owner, Driver, Grooms, &c._____________________________________________ Coal Merchant, Fuel_________________________________________________________ Cooper______________________________________________________________________ Copper-plate printer, Engraver______________________________________________ Corn-dealer_________________________________________________________________ Currier_____________________________________________________________________ Cutler______________________________________________________________________  Dyer________________________________________________________________________ Dry-Salter, Colouring materials_____________________________________________  Earthen-ware, China, Pottery________________________________________________  Farrier, Cow-doctor, Cattle-doctor__________________________________________ Feather Dresser_____________________________________________________________ Fell-monger_________________________________________________________________ Fish-dealer_________________________________________________________________ Fruiterer___________________________________________________________________ Furrier_____________________________________________________________________  Glazier, Plumber____________________________________________________________ Glover______________________________________________________________________ Grocer, Green-grocer________________________________________________________ Gun-maker___________________________________________________________________  Harness-maker, Collar-maker_________________________________________________ Hatter, and Hosier__________________________________________________________ Horse-dealer, Stable, Hackney-Coach, or Fly Keeper__________________________ Huckster, Hawker, pedlar, Duffer____________________________________________  Iron-founder________________________________________________________________ Iron-monger_________________________________________________________________ Jeweller____________________________________________________________________ Lace-dealer_________________________________________________________________ Maltster____________________________________________________________________1 Marble Cutter, Statuary_____________________________________________________ Milkman, Cowkeeper__________________________________________________________ Miller______________________________________________________________________5  Nightman, Scavenger_________________________________________________________  Old Clothes dealer, rag-dealer______________________________________________ Optician____________________________________________________________________  Paper maker_________________________________________________________________ [End of page 3]  [Page 4]      <Brought Up>____________________________________________________________  Pastry Cook, Confectioner___________________________________________________ Patten maker________________________________________________________________ Pawnbroker__________________________________________________________________ Poulterer___________________________________________________________________ Printer_____________________________________________________________________ Print seller________________________________________________________________ Publican, Hotel, or Innkeeper, Retailer of Beer_____________________________3  Rope-maker__________________________________________________________________  Saddler_____________________________________________________________________ Shoe and Boot maker, or mender______________________________________________ Shop Keeper {Dealer in sundry necessary Articles}___________________________             {such as are sold in a Village Shop }___________________________7 Soot, and Chimney Sweeper___________________________________________________ Spirit Merchant, Spirit Shop________________________________________________ Stationer___________________________________________________________________ Stock-broker________________________________________________________________ Straw-plat and Bonnets______________________________________________________  Tailor, Breeches-maker______________________________________________________4 Tallow-chandler, Wax-chandler_______________________________________________ Tanner______________________________________________________________________ Tea-dealer__________________________________________________________________ Tinman______________________________________________________________________ Tobacconist_________________________________________________________________ Toyman______________________________________________________________________ Turner______________________________________________________________________  Undertaker of Funerals______________________________________________________ Upholsterer_________________________________________________________________  Wharfinger__________________________________________________________________ Whitesmith__________________________________________________________________ Wine-dealer_________________________________________________________________ ..........._________________________________________________________________ ..........._________________________________________________________________ ..........._________________________________________________________________ ..........._________________________________________________________________ ..........._________________________________________________________________ ..........._________________________________________________________________  ........................................................____________________ 

(Signed)

[End of Document]


Notes

  • The form transcribed is a photocopy of the original document (which is unfit for production).
  • The only parts which were illegible were some of the pre-printed occupations, which were filled in from other surviving examples of this form.
  • There are 43 tradespeople listed above and also something at the end starting with w------- which had been crossed but numbering 8 persons. There are only 50 listed in Question 9 in Formula No 1. There is also 1 manufacturer (Q8) which may account for the apparent discrepancy in numbers.

See also the Forncett St Peter page and the main Population page

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January 2006