Shalfleet census 1891
RG12 / 897
District 14 - Part of the Parish of Shalfleet. All that part of the parish which lies to the north of the high road leading from Shalfleet Bridge to Yarmouth Toll House comprising Mill, Sergeants, New Inn, The Vicarage, Horse and Groom, Ningwood Common, Upper and Lower Hamstead and cottages, Cranmore, Lucketts, Bouldnore and Eastmore and every other house unnamed
District 15 - Part of the Parish of Shalfleet. Bounded as follows, on the east by the mill stream from Sishford to the parish boundary at Hawley, on the west by the high road leading from the Railway Bridge to Shalcombe, on the norrth from Sishford to the Railway Bridge (Ningwood) and on the South by the parish of Brooke. Comprising Dodpitts House, Little Chessel, Eades Farm, Pigstails, the whole of Newbridge village, the Cottages near Cook's Farm and the Cottages near Ningwood Railway Bridge and every other house within the prescribed area.
District 16 - Part of the Parish of Shalfleet. Bounded as follows on the east by the mill stream extending from Shalfleet Bridge to Sishford, on the west by the parish of Thorley, on the north by the high road leading from Shalfleet Bridge to Yarmouth Toll House and on the south by the high road from Lee Farm gate to Ningwood Railway Bridge and thence by the line to Sishford. Comprising Cook's Farm, Old Vicarages and cottages near the bridge, Mr Rashleys Pond Farm, Warlands Farm, the School House, Mr Newberrys Pells Farm, Little Bouldnour, Little Lee, Lee Farm, Wellow (north side), Free Place, Mount Pleasant, Rossiters Farm, Ningwood Manor Farm, Ningwood Green Farm and every other un-named house or habitation within the prescribed boundaries.
District 17 - Part of the Parish of Shalfleet. Bounded on the east by the high road leading from Ningwood Railway Bridge to Shalcombe on the west by the parish of Thorley on the north by the high road from Ningwood Railway Bridge to Lee Farm gate and on the South by the Parish of Brooke. Comprising Wellow (south side), Sun Inn, A. Shorts and cottages adjacent, Wellow Farm, F. Gattrells, Brickyard cottages, Stonehavens, Churchills Farm and cottages, Chessel Farm and cottage, Shalcombe Farm and cottages, Prospect and every other un-named house or habitation within the prescribed boundaries.
District 5 - Part of the Parish of Calbourne bounded on the east by the parish of Carisbrooke, on the west by the Mill Stream, on the north by the high road extending from Shalfleet Bridge to the parish boundary between Dinglers and Vittlefields Farm and on the south by the high road extending from Ashen Grove to the Mill Stream at Newbridge. Comprising the cottages near Shalfleet, Fry's, Heberden's, Dinglers, Lower and Upper Watchingwell Farms and cottages, Swainston, Gustars, the Glebe, Lower Mill, Sishford and every other house within the prescribed boundary. Note: This includes the formerly detached part of Shalfleet around Watchingwell together with other properties within the current Shalfleet Parish. The whole district has been transcribed.
District 7 - This includes the area around Porchfield which was formerly in the Parish of Shalfleet. It is not a full transcription of the District.
District 3 - This includes the area of Hulverstone and Brook Green which were formerly in the Parish of Shalfleet. It is not a full transcription of the District.
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Strays - People detailed in the census as being born in Shalfleet, but living off the Isle of Wight.
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28 June 2007