These are the actual enumerators’ schedules, completed after they had walked the parish recording all those in Steeple Morden on the night of 3 April 1881.
The parish was split into two parts, with an enumerator for each.
The first southern part being “part of the Civil Parish of Steeple Morden comprising all the Houses and Cottages, south of the Road from Royston to the Church, beginning at Cheyney Water Farm and including Cheyney Street, Church Street,Mill Street, Station Road, Railway Station, Station Yard Cottages, The Thrift Farm, the Horse & Groom Public House, Morden Heath Farm & Cottages, Gately End Farms, Moco, Wett [sic] Bottom, Litling [sic] Road Cottages and The Green “.
The second northern part being “part of the Civil Parish of Steeple Morden comprising all the Houses and Cottages North of the Road from Royston to the Church and then leading onto to Potton, beginning at the vicarage and including Cheyney Street, Hay Street, North Brook End, Flex Lane Cottages, Primrose Cottage, Bogs Gap & Brookend Cottages”.
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Last Updated on February 2, 2023