The Essex & Suffolk 1841 census site - Littlechild, Lagden, Wilding & Cumbers

Suffolk Genealogy and 1841 Essex census, Essex marriages, baptisms in Essex,  Suffolk. Norfolk, Cambridgeshire & Hertfordshire genealogy, census, births, marriages, deaths, parish records, wills and an online genealogy family tree.

The online family tree took me four years! I am aware that most of this detail has now been stolen by other sites.  

Ethel Littlechild, my grandmother as I never knew her & Robert Wilding, my grandfather

Ethel Littlechild, my grandmother as I never knew her & Robert Wilding, my grandfather

My beautiful grandmother, Ethel Littlechild; led me to spend vast amounts of my time in family history research. There are now three written trilogies of the Littlechild family, all composed by Stephen Littlechild. The latest was produced in November of 2010, and it is a brilliant factual account of the twelve lines of the Littlechild family through time (circa 1800 - 1850 and more). These can all be viewed at the Essex Record Office, or you can also purchase the latest copy by contacting Stephen directly. I received my copy of this outstanding work as a Christmas present, and it's an amazing read. Thank you.

The early census for Kettlebaston have just been added, listing many of my Wilding  ancestors. These are 1841 census;  1851 census  1861 census  1871 census

Ray Longs Cosford database has been resurrected again for the time being. I will probably have to remove it at some stage, so please take a copy. It is absolutely brilliant. I spent many hours recreating a version of this from the wayback machine, it is far from complete, but far better than anything else available ( even after many false promises to recreate Ray's life work).

This Essex Census and Essex  genealogy 1841 site is for 1841, 1851, 1861 and 1871 and continually grows into a census search into ALL of Essex, Suffolk , Norfolk, Hertfordshire, Kent, Cambridgeshire, London and the rest of the UK.

or forWest Ham History & Trade Directories, which includes Stratford, Plaistow, Canning Town, Silvertown etc

Here is some more detail for specific researchers:

Perry in Stebbing, Essex between 1720 and 1841 ; some Wickham research ;Wilding research ;

some Lagden historical  detail & other info  - Lagden & Totman links ; Lagden SEAX detail ;Stebbing Lagden ;

These are some of theEssex 1841 census that  you will find in the search engine:

Writtle, Essex 1841 census, Romford, Essex  1841 census, Hornchurch, Essex 1841 census, Cranham, Essex 1841 census, Childerditch, Essex 1841 census, Hornchurch, Essex Great War, Terling, Essex 1841 census, Doddinghurst, Essex 1841 census, Navestock, Essex 1841 census, South Weald, Essex 1841 census, Stondon Massey, Essex 1841 census, Blackmore, Essex 1841 census, Bobbingworth, Essex 1841 census, Stanford Rivers, Essex 1841 census, Warley , Essex 1841 census, Kelvedon Hatch, Essex Christening, Fryerning, Essex 1841 census Census, Stebbing, Essex 1841 census, Great Baddow, Essex 1841 census, Clavering , Essex 1841 census, Bardfield , Essex 1841 census, Saffron Walden, Essex 1841 census, Aldham. Essex 1841 census, Roxwell, Essex 1841 census, Great Tey & Little Tey, Essex 1841 census, Essex Marriages (abt 21,000) , Epping, Essex 1841 census, Farnham, Essex  1841 census, North Weald, Essex 1841 census, Shenfield, Essex 1841 census

Quite a few Suffolk 1841 census are continually being added too.

e.g. Hunston, Suffolk census; Knettishall Suffolk census;Norton  Suffolk census;  Wordwell  Suffolk census; East Bergholt  Suffolk census; Burstall  Suffolk census; Capel St Mary  Suffolk census; Chattisham  Suffolk census; Chelmondiston  Suffolk census; Copdock  Suffolk census; Erwarton  Suffolk census; Freston  Suffolk census; Harkstead  Suffolk census; Higham  Suffolk census; Holbrook  Suffolk census; Holston st Mary  Suffolk census;   Raydon V Shelley  Suffolk census; Washbrook  Suffolk census; Little Wenham  Suffolk census; Great Wenham  Suffolk census; Wherstead  Suffolk census; Woolverstone  Suffolk census; etc etc.

East Ham & West Ham 1800 & 1900  & other London Maps - both from (Silvertown – a neighbourhood, by Arthur Philip Crouch 1900). Plus many other Maps of East London.

The historical trade directory and census listing of all of London, Essex, Kent, Suffolk, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Sussex, Hertfordshire, Cambridgeshire Oxfordshire, and Dorset. If you are searching for a historical address, try the census and street directory database. This is a Victorian view on the streets of london and the south of England.

A Historical Census Directory of Essex and Suffolk Villages and Towns

And Last updated on: Friday, 24-Feb-2017 00:19:30 GMT