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1891 Census
1891 Census Avening Village, Gloucestershire.                                                                                                                                                       
1891 Census. Overview and Details    The village was divided into five enumeration districts. The first two are omitted as they cover the areas of Forest Green and the Egypt district of Nailsworth. The remaining three districts cover the area identical to that of the 1901 census already transcribed. These are: (a) Enumeration District 3. Enumerator: Hubert Fowles. Contents: Comprising of Holcombe, Longfords, Hazlewood, Longmans, Brandhouse and cottage in the Wood, West End, Church Street, New Inn Lane, Woodstock and Woodhouse including the Rectory.  See Pages 1 to 8 inc  (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) (b) Enumeration District 4  Enumerator: William Fowles Contents: Comprising of village of Avening including High Street, Pound Hill, Tetbury Hill, Ratley Lane, Avening Court Lower Lodge, Mays Lane and Brookside. See Pages 9 to 24 inc  (9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24) (c) Enumeration District 5 Enumerator: Samuel Fowles Contents: Comprising Aston, Lowesmore, Nags Head, The Rudges, Star Farm, Summerwells, Washpound and The Old Hill, Avening See Pages 25 to 32 inc  (25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32) Population: 903  Ages: Males aged up to and inc.14: 168 Females aged up to and inc 14: 149 Total up to and inc. 14: 317   Males aged 15 to 64 inc: 254  Females aged 15 to 64 inc: 262 Total aged 15 to 64 inc: 516  Males aged 65 and over: 32 Females aged 65 and over: 38  Total aged 65 and over: 70  Oldest Male: 92 (see page 17) Oldest Female: 92 (see page 32)  Youngest child: 12 hours (see page 22) Where Born: Number born in Avening: 569 Number born elsewhere in Glos: 250  Number born outside Glos: 79  Number born overseas: 4 (Ireland) see page 15 1 (Canada) see page 19   Names: Highest number of one surname: 52 (Ind) Second highest number of one surname: 42 (Fletcher) Amendments/Queries to: fred@fvening.fsnet.co.uk
1891 Census. Instructions.    Here is a transcription of the 1891 Census for Avening. You will find information below that details three of the five enumeration districts that make up the return and the areas/road/streets that each covers. The first two districts have been omitted as they cover the areas of Forest Green and other parts of Nailsworth, not relevant to Avening village. This is followed by the Index. The ages given in the census are listed by each individual and the year quoted alongside is the approximate birth date of that person. Both the Index and the main census return are highlighted, those individuals whom have been POSITIVELY identified as being among the village's WW1 casualties. Please bear in mind that this is a transcription. It is recommended that you check the original source for accuracy.    You can contact Jean Chatelain (see contacts) should you require further details.
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© Slater4 Ltd and Avening Parish Council 2017
1891 Census
1891 Census Avening Village, Gloucestershire.                                                                                                                                                       
1891 Census. Overview and Details    The village was divided into five enumeration districts. The first two are omitted as they cover the areas of Forest Green and the Egypt district of Nailsworth. The remaining three districts cover the area identical to that of the 1901 census already transcribed. These are: (a) Enumeration District 3. Enumerator: Hubert Fowles. Contents: Comprising of Holcombe, Longfords, Hazlewood, Longmans, Brandhouse and cottage in the Wood, West End, Church Street, New Inn Lane, Woodstock and Woodhouse including the Rectory.  See Pages 1 to 8 inc  (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8) (b) Enumeration District 4  Enumerator: William Fowles Contents: Comprising of village of Avening including High Street, Pound Hill, Tetbury Hill, Ratley Lane, Avening Court Lower Lodge, Mays Lane and Brookside. See Pages 9 to 24 inc  (9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24) (c) Enumeration District 5 Enumerator: Samuel Fowles Contents: Comprising Aston, Lowesmore, Nags Head, The Rudges, Star Farm, Summerwells, Washpound and The Old Hill, Avening See Pages 25 to 32 inc  (25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32) Population: 903  Ages: Males aged up to and inc.14: 168 Females aged up to and inc 14: 149 Total up to and inc. 14: 317   Males aged 15 to 64 inc: 254  Females aged 15 to 64 inc: 262 Total aged 15 to 64 inc: 516  Males aged 65 and over: 32 Females aged 65 and over: 38  Total aged 65 and over: 70  Oldest Male: 92 (see page 17) Oldest Female: 92 (see page 32)  Youngest child: 12 hours (see page 22) Where Born: Number born in Avening: 569 Number born elsewhere in Glos: 250  Number born outside Glos: 79  Number born overseas: 4 (Ireland) see page 15 1 (Canada) see page 19   Names: Highest number of one surname: 52 (Ind) Second highest number of one surname: 42 (Fletcher) Amendments/Queries to: fred@fvening.fsnet.co.uk
1891 Census. Instructions.    Here is a transcription of the 1891 Census for Avening. You will find information below that details three of the five enumeration districts that make up the return and the areas/road/streets that each covers. The first two districts have been omitted as they cover the areas of Forest Green and other parts of Nailsworth, not relevant to Avening village. This is followed by the Index. The ages given in the census are listed by each individual and the year quoted alongside is the approximate birth date of that person. Both the Index and the main census return are highlighted, those individuals whom have been POSITIVELY identified as being among the village's WW1 casualties. Please bear in mind that this is a transcription. It is recommended that you check the original source for accuracy.    You can contact Jean Chatelain (see contacts) should you require further details.