Superintendent Registrar's DistrictAshton Under Lyne
Enumeration District, No.1
Registrar's Sub-DistrictKnott Lanes
Name of Enumerator, Mr.Newton Broadbent


[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.

Part of the Ecclesiastical Parish of Hey
Including the cottages at Dunkirk, Millbottom,
with the cottages on the old Road, from thence
to Austerlands, including Mary's Place and the
adjoining Houses, the Houses between the
old and new Roads, the whole of the Houses
on the New Road leading to Austerlands, from
and including Thomas Haigh's houses with the
House adjoining, the four Houses at Hollins
up to Lower Fold (Austerlands). The Dove Cote
Cross Bank Farm, and the adjoining Houses,
Hey Vicarage, St John's Terrace, and all the New
Houses built on the “Oldham Estate Land”,
Taylor Green, Mayall's Houses,Thorpe Lane,
and the New Houses built by James Winter–
–bottom all in the Hamlet of Cross Bank.

Hey Village, Sun Hill, Calico, Wrigley Square, and
all Hey Lane to Hugh Dawson's Houses in Victoria St,
but not including Thomas Taylor's House; In the
“Ecclesiastical Parish of Hey”:–
Part of the “Ecclesiastical Parish of Leesfield”
including Thomas Taylor's House, the Devonshire
Arms Inn, the Houses in Hey Lane, opposite Taylor's
Factory, South Side of Victoria St, Shepley St,
Ancoats St, and the whole of Benyon St
All the Houses on the North Side of High St
Lees, from and including the Swan Inn, to
and including Cowper's Houses at County End,
Chapel St, and Providence House –
All (both Col 1 & Col 2) in the “Parliamentary
Borough of Oldham” and the above “Col 2”
in the District of the “Lees Local Board”

©Antony Lambert