CENSUS OF ENGLAND AND WALES, 1881.
DESCRIPTION OF ENUMERATION DISTRICT
[This description is to be written by the Enumerator from the Copy supplied to him by the Registrar. Any explanatory notes or observations calculated to the make the descriptionclearer or more complete may be made by the Enumerator].Col. 1.Col. 2.
The three Houses at Higher Mill of
Windows and doors are broken. I don't
think that these will be tenanted again.
All that other part of the Lancashire Ward of
the said Borough commencing with a house in
Woodall Street occupied by Thomas Byrne
taking both sides of the said Street ending with a
house No 2 in said Street then taking both sides
of George Street and adshead Street and the
westerly side of Thornton Street then both sides
Montague Street and the Cottages in Howards
Yard in said Street then the three old Cottages
at Glent and Mr John Hydes's ten Houses near the
Quarry. ThNearen So uracre, Derby Street and Primrose
Bank and the Cottages at Higher Mill and up
to the boundary of the River Tame then both sides
of Cocker Hill Back Avon Street Avon Street
Eagle Street Hall Street and Heap Street
and Ayton Street ending with No in same
Houses About 280