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New Marston: 1841 census

The only part of New Marston that existed at the time of the 1841 census was a group of eight cottages on the east side of the Marston Road adjoining the brick kilns. These came under the parish of St Andrew’s Church in Headington.

Marston Road

TOLLEY William 25 M Agricultural Labourer Born in Oxfordshire
TOLLEY Helen 20 F Born outside of Oxfordshire
TOLLEY Emma 6 F Born in Oxfordshire
TOLLEY Charles 3 M Born in Oxfordshire
TOLLEY Sarah 5 F Born in Oxfordshire

HOWLETT Richard 40 M Agricultural Labourer Born in Oxfordshire
HOWLETT Ann 60 F Born in Oxfordshire 1

HARRIS Charles 35 M Agricultural Labourer Born in Oxfordshire
HARRIS Mary 25 F Born in Oxfordshire
HARRIS George 4 M Born in Oxfordshire
HARRIS Charles 1 M Born in Oxfordshire

PHILLIPS Mary 60 F Independent Born in Oxfordshire
PHILLIPS Mary 30 F Agricultural Labourer Born in Oxfordshire

COOPER John 55 M Shoemaker Born in Oxfordshire
COOPER Elizabeth 45 F Born outside of Oxfordshire
COOPER Benjamin 15 M Shoemaker Born outside of Oxfordshire
COOPER Jane 11 F Born in Oxfordshire
COOPER James 11 M Born in Oxfordshire
COOPER John 8 M Born in Oxfordshire
COOPER Emily 7 F Ye
COOPER Harriet 15 F Born in Oxfordshire
COOPER Rebecca 5 F Born in Oxfordshire

ROGERS William 45 M Agricultural Labourer Born in Oxfordshire
ROGERS Esther 35 F Born in Oxfordshire

BLUNSTON Thomas 40 M Agricultural Labourer Born outside of Oxfordshire
BLUNSTON Susanna 30 F Born outside of Oxfordshire
BLUNSTON Harriet 2 F Born in Oxfordshire
BLUNSTON Sarah 6 mo F Born in Oxfordshire

1 unoccupied

© Stephanie Jenkins

 

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