The first census for the whole of Britain (excluding Ireland) was taken in 1801 and thereafter every ten years, but up to 1841 they were purely statistical - individual names not being required.  However, some enumerators made up their own lists which sometimes survive amongst individual parish documents.  This publication contains a transcription of two such documents from the parish of Iver.  The 1801 return lists the inhabitants of Iver within the various 'Divisions' or hamlets which constituted the parish as a whole.  whilst the 1821 listing does not provide this information it is unusual in that it has been compiled in a pre-printed book, thus giving a clear indication of the questions asked of householders.

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FULL TITLE:  The Hamlet of Nettleden - 1831, 1841 and 1861 Census.

This booklet contains a transcription of the 1831, 1841 and 1861 census of Nettleden, a small hamlet belonging to the Buckinghamshire parishes of Ivinghoe and Pitstone and situated close to that county's border with Hertfordshire.  The 1831 census lists all persons in each household together with their age and occupation.

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FULL TITLE:  Olney and the Hamlet of Warrington - 1821 Census.

The first census for the whole of Britain (excluding Ireland) was taken in 1801 and thereafter every ten years, but up to 1841 they were purely statistical - individual names not being required.  However, some enumerators made up their own lists which sometimes survive amongst individual parish documents.  This transcription is of one such documents which gives not only the name of the head of each household but also his trade or profession, the number of males and females in his household (subdivided into age groups), the street in which he lived and his religious persuasion.

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