The Weald of Kent, Surrey and Sussex
1881 Sevenoaks, Kent Census
That part of Sevenoaks that includes Knole, Alms Houses, High Street (even numbers), Bricklayers Arms, Redman Place, Smiths Court, Lock Yard, Slaughter House Lane and the Police Station
Please note:
  • These census records have been transcribed from images of the original census sheets. Whilst all care has been taken, the result is an interpretation of the original which is available at Local Record Offices, from The National Archives, and from ancestry.co.uk
  • Occupation has been unified (e.g. Ag Lab, Farm Lab, and many other such recordings are all displayed as Farm labourer).
  • The Sheet Number is as shown on the original document and is linked to a page showing all the entries on that Sheet (as well as entries from the following or previous sheet where the entry for the location covers more than one sheet).
  • In those instances where the Census entry is incorrect or missing and it has been possible from other sources to derive a correction, then these changes are shown inside square brackets, e.g. [Wife]

Census sheets
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Sheet    Place    Census entry

1714 Redman PlaceWilliam Marriott, M, Head, married, age 36, born Chipstead, Kent; occupation: bricklayer
    Emely Marriott, F, Wife, married, age 27, born Sundridge
    Charles Marriott, M, Son, age 4, born Riverhead
    Nelley E. Marriott, F, Daughter, age 1, born Sundridge
    Harriet M. Stemp, F, Visitor, single, age 20, born Chevening

1715 Redman PlaceWilliam Bobbins, M, Head, married, age 55, born Kings Lynn, Norfolk, occupation: plasterer
    Marie Bobbins, F, Wife, married, age 56, born Kings Lynn, Norfolk
    Harry Bobbins, M, Son, age 10, born Redhill, Surrey
    Frederick H. Edmonds, M, Nephew, single, age 18, born Bow By Bromley E C, London, occupation: plasterer

1716 Redman PlaceFrank Edmonds, M, Head, married, age 28, born Lynn, Norfolk; occupation: plasterer
    Mary Ann Edmonds, F, Wife, married, age 30, born Marylebone, Middlesex
    Edith L. Edmonds, F, Daughter, age 5, born Watford, Hertford; occupation: scholar
    Frederick F. Edmonds, M, Son, age 2, born Sevenoaks, Kent

1717 Redman PlaceMary Woodhams, F, Head, married, age 43, born Sundridge, Kent; occupation Charwoman
    John Woodhams, M, Son, age 15, born Sevenoaks, Kent; occupation Errand Boy
    Clara Woodhams, F, Daughter, age 7, born Sevenoaks, Kent

1718 Redman PlaceGeorge Tester, M, Head, married, age 27, born Pembury, Kent; occupation: gardener
    Martha Tester, F, Wife, married, age 33, born Chatham, Kent
    John Tester, M, Son, age 3, born Sevenoaks, Kent
    Mabel Tester, F, Daughter, age 1, born Sevenoaks, Kent

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