2 edition of Elizabethan census of Ealing. found in the catalog.
Elizabethan census of Ealing.
K. J Allison
in (Ealing, England)
Written in English
|Series||Ealing Local History Society. Members papers, no. 2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. :|
|Number of Pages||32|
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The earliest surviving English census is that for Ealing in This list was a tally of all 85 households in Ealing village giving the names of the inhabitants, together with their ages, relationships and occupations. Norman Jones' ambitious and imaginative account charts both the daily experiences and the large historical events that shaped life in the s. When Queen Elizabeth came to the throne, her subjects expected more of the political and religious confusion that had dominated the preceding decade. The s had been a time of severe religious, economic, political and demographic .
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The earliest surviving English census is that for Ealing in This list was a tally of all 85 households in Ealing village giving the names of the inhabitants, together with their ages, relationships and nial county: Greater London.
The original schedules of the and census of the parish of Ealing (Archive nos. 85/15 and 85/16 respectively) are currently held at the Ealing Local History Centre, Ealing Broadway Centre, The Broadway, London, W5 5JY, Tel. They both consist of bound volumes, approx. 49cm (high) × 37cm, the pages of which are.
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an elizabethan village ‘census’ A transcript of the document, containing a number of inaccuracies, appeared in the Middlesex County Times, 14 Feb. A demographic analysis of the 'census' is being prepared for publication by K. Allison and Peter Laslett. 2 E. Jackson, Annals of Ealing (), p.
The original schedules of the and census of the parish of Ealing (Archive nos. 85/15 and 85/16 respectively) are currently held at the Ealing Local History Library.
They both consist of bound volumes, approx. 49cm (high) by 37cm, the pages of. The census of Ealing England. [F K Donnelly] Home.
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