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Fenwick 1851 Census

Transcribed by Jim Bundy jbundy48@frontier.com

 

1851 census - Fenwick - film 1042402

 

County of Ayr, District of Cunningham, Parish of Fenwick, No. of Enumeration District 8

The rest of the parish of Fenwick, limited by the Glasgow road on the W, by No. 1 and the road to Galston on the N.E., by the Water from Bruntlane bridge to Kilmarnock parish on the S. E., and by Kilmarnock parish on the S. - Contains the greater part of Fenwick town, Midland, Landbed Mill, Marchbank, Angle, Aitkenhead, Loanfoot and Damusternock.

I have examined the Enumerator's Book for this district No. 8 - According to the extent of my knowledge with Respect to the population therein contained is as correct as possible - There is a decrease I believe, but to what cause this is to be traced, it is difficult to say - David Dickie - 25 April 1851

The estimated number of such persons who are returned in the subsequent pages as having slept in his district on the night of March 30th, but who were there only temporarily - 3 males, 3 females, 6 Total,

Visitors.

 

Pages of Book

Name of each Parish...

No. of Separate Occupiers

Houses Inhabited

Houses Uninhabited

Houses Building

Persons males

Persons Females

Persons Total

14

Parish of Fenwick

55

43

1

 

128

118

246

 

Total

55

43

1

 

128

118

246

 

Parish

 

8

 

 

32

30

62

 

Village of Low Fenwick

 

35

1

 

96

88

184

 

Total in the Enumeration District

55

43

1

 

128

118

246

Checked 29/8/51 Mr

Page 1

Village of Low Fenwick

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

1

 

John White

Head

Widr

75

 

 

Ayrshire, Kilmarnock

 

 

 

Janet do

Daur

U

 

28

 

Do Fenwick

 

 

 

Mary Ferguson

Do

U

 

7

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

Andrew Nisbet

Son

U

4

 

 

Do do

 

2

 

Mary Harper

Head

Mar

 

67

 

Do do

 

 

 

Thomas do

Brother

U

73

 

 

Do do

 

3

 

Alexr Houstoun

Head

Mar

44

 

Weaver Cotton

Do Mauchline

 

 

 

Janet do

Wife

Mar

 

42

 

Lanarkshire Old Monk

 

 

 

James do

Son

U

17

 

Weaver Cotton

Ayr, Kilmarnock

 

 

 

Hugh do

Do

U

11

 

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

Alexr Houstoun

Do

U

8

 

Do

Do do

 

 

 

John do

Do

U

6

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Adam do

Do

U

4

 

 

Do do

 

4

 

James Campbell

Head

Mar

65

 

Stocking Knitter

Do do

Blind

 

 

Janet do

Wife

Mar

 

71

 

Renfrewshire, Eaglesham

 

5

 

Margt Allan

Head

Widow

 

66

 

Ayrshire, Sorn

 

 

 

Margt do

Daur

U

 

26

 

Do Fenwick

 

 

 

David do

Son

U

24

 

Dealer

Do do

 

 

 

David do

Grandson

U

6

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Jean McFee

Grand daughter

U

 

14m

 

Do do

 

Total of houses 5

I5

 

 

 

12

8

 

 

 

Page 2

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

6

 

James Alexander

Head

Mar

77

 

Sheriff Officer

Ayrshire, Auchinleck

 

 

 

Catherine do

Wife

Mar

 

73

 

Do Kilmarnock

 

 

House uninhabited

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

7

 

William Fulton

Head

Mar

35

 

Shoemaker

Ayr, Fenwick

 

 

 

Margt do

Wife

Mar

 

33

 

Do do

 

 

 

James do

Son

U

8

 

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

Jean do

Daur

U

 

6

 

Do do

 

 

 

William do

Son

U

3

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Janet do

Daur

U

 

1

 

Do do

 

8

 

Robert Reid

Head

Mar

76

 

Stone breaker

Midlothian, Kirkliston

 

 

 

Mary Boyd

Wife

Mar

 

72

 

Ayrshire, Craigie

 

 

 

Mary Reid

Daur

Mar

 

31

 

Do, Fenwick

 

 

 

Robert Howat

Nephew

U

5

 

 

Lanarkshire, Glasgow

 

 

 

William do

Do

U

4

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Thomas do

Do

U

18 mo

 

 

Do do

 

9

 

John Eastly

Head

Mar

27

 

Farm Servant

Wigtonshire, post patrick

 

 

 

Margaret do

Wife

Mar

 

27

 

Ayrshire, Stewarton

 

 

 

James do

Son

U

2

 

 

Do Fenwick

 

 

 

Jean do

Daur

U

 

1

 

Do do

 

Total of Houses

I1 U1

 

 

 

10

8

 

 

 

Page 3

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

10

 

William Walker

Head

Mar

38

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Ayrshire, Fenwick

 

 

 

Margaret do

Wife

Mar

 

36

 

Do do

 

 

 

David do

Son

U

15

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Do do

 

 

 

Margaret do

Daur

U

 

12

 

Do do

 

 

 

Mary do

Do

U

 

9

 

Do do

 

 

 

Hamilton do

Son

U

4

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Robert do

Do

U

1

 

 

Do do

 

11

 

Agness Montgomerie

Head

Mar

 

52

 

Do do

 

 

 

Margaret do

Sister

U

 

50

 

Do do

 

 

 

Thomas Taylor

Lodger

U

24

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Do do

 

12

 

Hugh Montgomerie

Head

Mar

61

 

Manufacturers Agent

Do do

 

 

 

Janet do

Wife

Mar

 

59

 

Do do

 

 

 

William do

Son

U

20

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Do do

 

 

 

Anne Fulton

Servant

 

 

15

 

Do do

 

13

 

James Taylor

Head

Mar

36

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Ayrshire, Fenwick

 

 

 

Jean do

Wife

Mar

 

31

 

Do Kilmarnock

 

 

 

Robert do

Son

U

4

 

 

Do Fenwick

 

 

 

David do

Son

U

2

 

 

Do  do

 

 

 

James do

Son

U

8 mo.

 

 

Do  do

 

Total of Houses

I4

 

 

 

11

8

 

 

 

Page 4

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

14

 

John Brown

Head

Mar

73

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Ayrshire, Stewarton

 

 

 

Jean do

Wife

Mar

 

72

 

Do, Fenwick

 

 

 

Martha do

Daur

U

 

27

 

Do do

 

 

 

Jean do

Niece

U

 

9 mo

 

Do do

 

 

 

Thomas Young

Lodger

U

14

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Do do

 

15

 

Robert Moffat

Head

Widower

63

 

Labourer

Wigtonshire, Stonykirk

 

 

 

John do

Son

U

27

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Ayrshire, Fenwick

 

 

 

Thomas do

Son

U

22

 

Do do

Do do

 

 

 

Anne do

Daur

U

 

17

 

Do do

 

 

 

Matthew do

Son

U

14

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Samuel do

Son

U

12

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Elisabeth do

Daur

U

 

9

Scholar

Do do

 

16

 

John Burns

Head

Mar

50

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Do do

 

 

 

Mary do

Wife

Mar

 

33

 

Do do

 

 

 

John do

Son

U

16

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Do do

 

 

 

Agness do

Daur

U

 

14

 

Do do

 

 

 

Thomas do

Son

U

10

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Mary do

Daur

U

 

12

 

Do do

 

 

 

William do

Son

U

8

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Robert do

Son

U

4

 

 

Do do

 

Total of Houses

I3

 

 

 

12

8

 

 

 

Page 5

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

 

 

Matthew Burns

Son

U

4

 

 

Ayrshire, Fenwick

 

 

 

Jean do

Daur

U

 

2 mo

 

Do do

 

 

 

Janet do

Daur

U

 

2 mo

 

Do do

 

 

 

Margt do

Daur

U

 

1

 

Do do

 

17

 

Elisabeth Houat

Head

Widow

 

77

 

Do do

 

 

 

James Orr

Lodger

U

20

 

Shoemaker

Do do

 

 

 

Janet Anderson

Do

U

 

48

Embroiderer

Do do

 

 

 

Robert Houat

Visitor

U

6

 

Scholar

Do do

 

18

 

John Walker

Head

Mar

27

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Do do

 

 

 

Mary do

Wife

Mar

 

32

 

Do, Kilmarnock

 

 

 

Janet do

Daur

U

 

3

 

Do, Fenwick

 

 

 

Thomas Struthers

Resident

U

1

 

 

Lanarkshire, Glasgow

 

19

 

Charles Creelman

Head

Mar

34

 

Mason

Ayrshire, Fenwick

 

 

 

Janet do

Wife

Mar

 

38

 

Do, Kilmarnock

 

 

 

Charles do

Son

U

4

 

 

Do, Fenwick

 

 

 

Jean do

Daur

U

 

2

 

Do do

 

 

 

George do

Son

U

6m

 

 

Do do

 

20

 

John Taylor

Head

Mar

81

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Do do

 

 

 

Mary do

Wife

Mar

 

79

 

Do do

 

 

 

Margaret do

Daur

U

 

44

Milliner

Do do

 

Total of Houses

I3

 

 

 

9

11

 

 

 

Page 6

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

21

 

Matthew Tod

Head

U

66

 

Provision Merchant

Ayrshire, Fenwick

 

 

 

Isabella Jones

Servant

U

 

49

House Servant

Do, Dailly

 

22

 

William Fulton

Head

Mar

43

 

Flesher

Do, Fenwick

 

 

 

Anne do

Wife

Mar

 

30

 

Do do

 

 

 

Agness do

Daur

U

 

3

 

Do do

 

23

 

William Bicket

Head

Mar

37

 

Shoemaker, Master, emp 3 men

Do do

 

 

 

Mary do

Wife

Mar

 

32

 

Do do

 

 

 

Hugh do

Son

U

3

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Matthew do

Son

U

1

 

 

Do do

 

24

 

Agness Bicket

Head

Widow

 

70

 

Do, Kilmarnock

 

 

 

John do

Son

U

31

 

 

Do, Fenwick

 

25

 

Agness Young

Head

Widow

 

76

 

Do do

 

26

 

Jean Craig

Head

U

 

48

 

Lanarkshire, Strathaven

 

 

 

John Steel

Son

 

17

 

 

Ayrshire, Kilmaurs

 

27

 

John Howie

Head

U

51

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Do, Fenwick

 

28

 

James Stevenson

Head

Mar

38

 

Labourer

Do, Dunlop

 

 

 

Sarah

Wife

Mar

 

53

 

Argyleshire, Carmichael

 

 

 

William Taylor

Lodger

U

36

 

 

Ayrshire, Fenwick

 

 

 

Robert do

Lodger

U

34

 

 

Do do

 

Total of Houses

I6

 

 

 

11

8

 

 

 

Page 7

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

29

 

Janet Taylor

Head

Mar

 

55

Sawyer's Wife

Ayrshire, Fenwick

 

30

 

Janet Andrew

Head

Mar

 

22

Farm Servant's Wife

Do do

 

 

 

John Andrew

Son

U

1

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Janet B Andrew

Daur

U

 

2 mo

 

Do do

 

31

 

Robert Dalziel

Head

Mar

28

 

Labourer

Do, Kilmarnock

 

 

 

Janet do

Wife

Mar

 

30

 

Do, Stewarton

 

 

 

William do

Son

U

4

 

 

Do, Kilmarnock

 

 

 

Robert Paton

Step Son

U

3

 

 

Do, Riccarton

 

32

 

John Gemmill

Head

Mar

39

 

Grocer & Spirit Dealer

Do, Fenwick

 

 

 

Janet do

Wife

Mar

 

35

 

Do do

 

 

 

Janet do

Daur

U

 

10

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

Agness do

Daur

U

 

9

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

John do

Son

U

7

 

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

Jean do

Daur

U

 

4

 

Do do

 

 

 

Hugh do

Son

U

2

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Elen do

Daur

U

 

9 mo

 

Do do

 

 

 

Margaret Adam

Servant

U

 

18

Servant

Do do

 

33

 

Mary Sterling

Head

Widow

 

58

 

Do do

 

 

 

Walter Tannahill

Nephew

U

9

 

Scholar

Do do

 

Total of Houses

I4

 

 

 

8

11

 

 

 

Page 8

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

34

 

Hugh Taylor

Head

Mar

46

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Ayrshire, Fenwick

 

 

 

Janet do

Wife

Mar

 

45

 

Do do

 

 

 

John do

Son

U

17

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Do do

 

 

 

Clementina do

Daur

U

 

15

 

Do do

 

 

 

James do

Son

U

13

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Do do

 

 

 

Mary do

Daur

U

 

11

 

Do do

 

 

 

William do

Son

U

8

 

Scholar

Do do

 

35

 

Elisabeth Anderson

Head

U

 

64

Pirn Winder

Do do

 

 

 

Joseph Fegin

Lodger

U

17

 

Hawker

Ireland, Bri-Sub

 

 

 

John McCartie

Do

U

21

 

Hawker

Do do

 

 

 

John Jamieson

Do

U

21

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Ayrshire, Maybole

 

 

 

Alexr Forsythe

Do

U

16

 

Do do

Do do

 

36

 

Thomas Walker

Head

Mar

60

 

Do do

Do do

 

 

 

Mary do

Wife

Mar

 

60

 

Do do

 

 

 

Mary do

Daur

U

 

20

Hand Loom Weaver

Do do

 

 

 

Margt do

Niece

U

 

10

Scholar

Do do

 

37

 

Jean Wilson

Head

Widow

 

70

 

Do do

 

 

 

Elisabeth do

Daur

U

 

24

 

Do do

 

 

 

John McKenzie

Lodger

U

50

 

Labourer

Perthshire, Kilmun?

 

Total of Houses

I4

 

 

 

10

9

 

 

 

Page 9

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

38

 

William Anderson

Head

Mar

74

 

Retired Farmer

Midlothian

 

 

 

Jean do

Wife

Mar

 

72

 

Ayrshire, Ochiltree

 

39

 

William Paton

Head

Mar

42

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Ayrshire Mauchline

 

 

 

Ann do

Wife

Mar

 

40

 

Do  do

 

 

 

James do

Son

U

11

 

Scholar

Do Fenwick

 

 

 

Andrew do

Son

U

8

 

Scholar

Do  do

 

 

 

Francis do

Son

U

4

 

 

Do  do

 

 

 

Elisabeth do

Daur

U

 

1

 

Do  do

 

40

 

Agness Fulton

Head

U

 

36

Seamstress

Do do

 

41

 

Elisabeth Young

Head

Widow

 

71

 

Do do

 

 

 

Hugh do

Son

U

39

 

Housekeeper

Do do

 

 

 

Margaret do

Daur

Widow

 

30

Farm Servant

Do do

 

 

 

Mary do

Daur

U

 

22

Dressmaker

Do do

 

42

 

William Wilson

Head

U

18

 

Weaver

Do do

 

43

 

Helen Gemmill

Head

Widow

 

65

Stocking Knitter

Lanarkshire, Libberton

 

44

 

Mary McKenzie

Head

U

 

80

 

Ayrshire, Fenwick

 

 

 

Christina do

Daur

U

 

36

Seamstress

Do, Kilmaurs

 

 

 

Mary Smith

Niece

U

 

12

 

Do, Fenwick

 

 

 

Catherine McKenzie

Visitor

U

 

30

Servant

Do, Kilmaurs

 

Total of Houses

I4

 

 

 

7

12

 

 

 

Page 10

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

45

 

John Boyd

Head

Mar

52

 

Hand Loom Weaver

Ayrshire, Fenwick

 

 

 

Jean do

Wife

Mar

 

38

 

Do do

 

 

 

James do

Son

U

12

 

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

Margaret do

Daur

U

 

10

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

Hugh do

Son

U

7

 

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

John do

Son

U

4

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Thomas do

Son

U

2

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Agnes do

Sister

U

 

78

 

Do do

 

46

 

George Wallace

Head

U

50

 

Mason

Do do

 

 

 

Jean do

Sister

U

 

40

Seamstress

Do do

 

 

 

Mary Eisdale

Niece

U

 

37

("servant" lined out)

Do do

 

Total of Houses

I1

 

 

 

6

5

 

 

 

End of the Village of Low Fenwick

Page 11

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

47

Dalmusternock Farm

Hugh Robertson

Head

U

36

 

Farmer - 129 acres

Ayrshire, Dunlop

 

 

 

Janet do

Sister

U

 

30

 

Renfrewshire, Lachwinnoch

 

 

 

Mary do

Visitor

U

 

40

 

Ayrshire, Dunlop

 

 

 

Jane Kerr

Visitor

U

 

6

 

Do, Loudoun

 

 

 

Edward Fletcher

Servant

U

22

 

Farm Servant

Argyleshire

 

 

 

John Andrew

Servant

U

18

 

Do do

Ayrshire, Kilmarnock

 

 

 

Margaret Martin

Servant

U

 

22

Do do

Do, Kirkmichael

 

 

 

Catherine Wilson

Servant

U

 

17

Do do

Do, Loudoun

 

48

Loanfoot

Gavin Dalziell

Head

Mar

60

 

Mason

Do, Sorn

 

 

 

Martha do

Wife

Mar

 

54

 

Do, Fenwick

 

 

 

Harriet do

Daur

U

 

16

 

Do do

 

 

 

Janet do

Daur

U

 

10

Scholar

Do do

 

49

Aikenhead Farm

Andrew Gemmill

Head

Widower

50

 

Farmer - 117 acres

Do do

 

 

 

Janet Young

Sister in Law

U

 

46

Housekeeper

Do do

 

 

 

David Gemmill

Son

U

22

 

Employed on the farm

Do do

 

 

 

Agness do

Daur

U

 

15

Do do

Do do

 

 

 

William do

Son

U

13

 

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

John do

Son

U

10

 

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

Robert Stevenson

Servant

U

22

 

Farm Servant

Do do

 

 

 

Catherine Kelso

Servant

U

 

29

Do do

Isle of Arran, Lannox

 

Total of Houses

I3

 

 

 

9

11

 

 

 

Page 12

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

 

 

Janet Adam

Servant

U

 

21

Farm Servant

Ayrshire, Loudoun

 

50

Midland Farm

Francis Dunlop

Head

Mar

62

 

Farmer 126 acres

Ayrshire, Fenwick

 

 

 

Mary do

Wife

Mar

 

56

 

Do  do

 

 

 

James do

Son

U

26

 

Employed on the farm

Do  do

 

 

 

Janet do

Daur

U

 

26

Do  do

Do  do

 

 

 

George do

Son

U

22

 

Do  do

Do  do

 

 

 

Francis do

Son

U

18

 

Do  do

Do  do

 

 

 

Alexander do

Son

U

15

 

Do  do

Do  do

 

 

 

David do

Son

U

14

 

Do  do

Do  do

 

 

 

Mary Wallace

Servant

U

 

24

House Servant

Do  Beith

 

 

 

Euphemia Husband

Servant

U

 

20

House Servant

Do  Fenwick

 

51

Marchbank Farm

McLeod Barr

Head

Widower

72

 

Farmer of 96 acres

Do do

 

 

 

William Barr

Son

U

28

 

Farmer's Son

Do do

 

 

 

McLeod Barr

Grandson

U

10

 

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

Alexr Armour

Servant

U

21

 

Farm Servant

Do do

 

 

 

John Fulton

Servant

U

17

 

Do do

Do do

 

 

 

Margaret Orr

Servant

U

 

30

House do

Do do

 

 

 

Mary Shedden

Servant

U

 

17

Do do

Do do

 

Total of Houses

I2

 

 

 

11

7

 

 

 

Page 13

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

52

Sandbed Mill

Robert Cassels

Head

Mar

36

 

Woolspinner

Ayrshire, Kilmarnock

 

 

 

Mary do

Wife

Mar

 

32

Reeler

Do do

 

 

 

Agness do

Daur

U

 

11

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

Robert do

Son

U

8

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Elisabeth do

Daur

U

 

6

 

Do do

 

 

 

Margaret do

Daur

U

 

5

 

Do do

 

 

 

John do

Son

U

3

 

 

Do do

 

 

 

Mary do

Daur

U

 

1

 

Do do

 

53

Sandbed Mill

John McRonald

Head

Mar

49

 

Woolspinner

Do, Stewarton

 

 

 

Elisabeth do

Wife

Mar

 

38

 

Do, Craigie

 

 

 

Jane do

Daur

U

 

21

Wool feeder

Do, Kilmarnock

 

 

 

Margaret do

Daur

U

 

17

Do do

Do do

 

 

 

William do

Son

U

11

 

Scholar

Do do

 

 

 

Jane Allan

Visitor

U

 

22

Seamstress

Do do

 

54

Sandbed Mill

John Dalziell

Head

U

26

 

Mason

Do, Kilmarnock

 

 

 

Martha do

Sister

U

 

23

("housekeeper" lined out)

Do do

 

Total of Houses

I3

 

 

 

6

10

 

 

 

Page 14

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

55

Sandbed Mill

William Lindsay

Head

Mar

41

 

Labourer

Ireland, Bri Sub

 

 

 

Margaret do

Wife

Mar

 

43

 

Do do

 

 

 

William do

Son

U

17

 

Employed in the Mill

Do do

 

 

 

John do

Son

U

15

 

Do do

Do do

 

 

 

Jane do

Daur

U

 

13

Do do

Do do

 

 

 

James do

Son

U

8

 

 

Ayrshire, Kilmarnock

 

 

 

Robert do

Son

U

5

 

 

Ireland, Bri Sub

 

 

 

David do

Son

U

2

 

 

Do do

 

Total of Houses

I1

 

 

 

6

2

 

 

 

  Page 9

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males

Age of Females

Rank, Profession, or Occupation

Where Born

Whether Blind, or Deaf-and-Dumb

28

Raithmill

John Fulton

Head

Mar

63

 

Labourer

County Ayr, Fenwick

 

 

 

Mary Fulton

Wife

Mar

 

58

 

Do do

 

   

County of Ayr, District of Cunningham, Parish of Fenwick, No. of Enumeration District 1

Upper Fenwick and Kirktown; limited by the boundaries of the said Villages there being a vacancy of 1/4 mile, between them, and Fenwicktown.

I have examined the Enumerator's Books for Dist. No. 1 - After examination, I find the population of said District to be 367 - and I have every reason to believe that the same has been correctly taken - In summing up the amount of population in the different district into which the parish has been divided there is a decrease of 273 since the last census was taken - This is a rural parish - no manufacturing carried on - and families have removed to larger, and more populous districts - Also Agricultural labourers, for want of employment, have been obliged to engage themselves in other occupations, and in districts of the country more favourable to the advance of the interests of their families. (David Dickie)

Page 1

No. of Householder's Schedule

Names of Street, Place, or Road, and Name or No. of House

Name and Surname of each Person who abode in the house, on the Night of the 30th March, 1851

Relation to Head of Family

Condition

Age of Males