1851 Census Record for Great Bradley
The village itself was split into two enumeration districts, called 4a & 4b. To see a copy of the actual record sheets used in the village for the 1851 census click on the numbers below. These records show in formation such as the groupings in each household, the occupation of each person, whether they were a worker or employer and both marital & disability status. The record will open up in a new screen . If it appears too small to read, just roll your mouse over the image and a resize button will appear. Then click on that.
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The list below is an alphabetical list of the 547 names on the 1851 census. This was about 10 less than the largest population that the village had (1841) since the 1720(the earliest record we have). It has still not reached that level yet. Hanslip Nice was the enumerator who collected all the information. He was the miller of the village and died in1876, aged 76.
- The list can be downloaded as Word document using the link below. It is 20 pages long
1851 Census of those that were BORN in Great Bradley, Suffolk
This list records all those who were living in England at the time of the census and who were BORN in Great Bradley.
- To see the list of the individuals concerned, select a Word or PDF document to download below.
- We have plotted a map to see where all the people who were born in Great Bradley were at the time of the census . As might be expected the population is pretty local. See the link below, but also have a look at the 1901 census page to see how it differs
To see a map of where those originally born in Great Bradley had moved to by 1851 then click here