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1851 Buxted Census
Reference: HO 107 1640, Maresfield Registration District, Folios 630-646 in the Buxted Enumeration District 3d
All that part of the Parish of Buxted lying North of 3c District to the extremity of the parish, including that part of Crowborough Warren that lies in the Parish of Buxted, Little Warren, Broom, Chillys Farm, Grovehurst and Hurst Wood.
Enumerator - John Alchorne

Id Property Person Position Date of Birth Place of Birth
045DuddleswellLuke TesterHead; occupation Farm labourer1820Parish of Buxted, Sussex
Sarah J. Tester [Marchant]Wife1825Parish of Buxted, Sussex
Mary Jane Tester [Tester]Daughter1842Parish of Buxted, Sussex
Esther Ann Dadswell [Tester]Daughter1843Parish of Buxted, Sussex
Sarah TesterDaughter1845Parish of Buxted, Sussex
Emma TesterDaughter1847Parish of Buxted, Sussex
Susannah TesterDaughter1849Parish of Buxted, Sussex
Joseph BurlyLodger, occupation: farm labourer1828Parish of Buxted, Sussex

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