1901 Census for Ninfield - Person Detail

Enumeration District details:

Sub. District: Hurstmonceux.

Number: 6.

Code: RG13/888.

Description: Boundary: The whole of the Civil Parish of Ninfield.
Contents: All the Civil Parish of Ninfield containing: Lodge Gates, Lower Barn, Foundard Hill, Coomb Hill, Tinker's Town, The Thorne, Tanyard, Russell's Green, Akehurst & Stapley Farms, Lunsford Cross, part of Ingram's Farm, Little Park, Lower Street, Moor Hall, Village of Ninfield with Vicarage & CHurch and one house at Marl-pits, Moon Hill. A formerly detached part of the Parish of Ashburnham, comprising all houses between the two roads running parallel East & West on either side of Windmill, the Eastern boundary being the footpath connecting the two said roads by the Halland's Butcher's Shop & the Western Boundary the road from Standard Hill to Marl Pits with Hobden's Farmhouse and the Marl Pits except one house. All caravans & tents if any. Two houses at Sweet Wallow and tow houses at Holme's Farm.

Enumerator: Joe Ridel.

Sub. District: Hurstmonceux.

Registration district: Hailsham.

Property details:

Address: Lower Street.

Type: Inhabited.

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Household details:

Schedule: [85] ~ Munn.

Head of household: Munn, Samuel.

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Document details:

Folio: 75.

Page: 15.

Row: 11.

Person details:

Name: Munn, Ann.

Occupation: Unknown or not given.

Age: 47.

Gender: Female.

Marital status: Married.

Relationship to head: Wife.

Born In County?: Yes (based on birth parish).

Birth parish: Dallington.

Birth county: East Sussex.

Birth country: England.

Transcription details:

Transcribed by: John Cheshire.

Batch: CEN_Ninfield_1901-Ninfield-2-Cheshire.csv.

Source: 1901 Census Ninfield Transcription.

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