Halewood Local History Pages

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Listings for Halewood are contained in the following:



Halewood Tithe Map

An apportionment accompanies this survey which contains a full listing of all land ownership and tenancy through the Township (Halewood and Halebank). An original copy is held in the County Record Office (Lancashire - in Preston) and copy of this in Knowsley Archive Library at Huyton.



Halewood Enclosure

An apportionment accompanies this survey which contains a full listing of all land owners who were directly affected by the enclosure Act of 1803. An original copy is held in the County Record Office (Lancashire - in Preston) and copy of this in Knowsley Archive Library at Huyton.



Halewood Census

Census records have been taken every ten years from 1801, but must be 100 years old before they are released to the general public. Names first appeared in 1841, with limited information such as addresses and birthplace, with increasing information given from 1851 onwards. The census records that have been transcribed from the origianls for Halewood are:

YearPRO pieceLDS filmIndexes, transcripts etc.
1841HO107/511 A transcript has been produced by Halton Historical Publications with copies deposited in Widnes and St Helens Libraries, and at the Cheshire County Record Office.
1851HO107/2193 A transcript has been produced by Halton Historical Publications with copies deposited in Widnes and St Helens Libraries, and at the Cheshire County Record Office.
1861RG9/2739
1871RG10/3854
1881RG11/3720 Indexes, and transcriptions can be found in the Lancashire section of the fiche produced by the 1881 census project and on the CD available from the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
1891RG12/30076098117
1901 Can be searched online at the National Archives

(Source: GEN UKI)

All records can be consulted online at the National Archives and at UK BMD

Original copies can be consulted for free at Knowsley Archive Library


For further advice on how to use the Census see the bbc.co.uk where Nick Barratt from 'Who do you think you are?' offers insight.






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