1861 CENSUS

Our transcriptions of the 1861 Census for Charlton Mackrell & Charlton Adam are now available to search on  FreeCen  or in the  Somerset OPC database

1871 CENSUS

Here are our transcriptions of the 1871 Census for
 Charlton Mackrell,  Charlton Adam,  and some strays
 (people born here who had moved away)


Our own transcriptions of the 1841, 1851, 1881, 1891, 1901 and 1911 censuses
of The Charltons will also appear here in due course.  Please contact us for details.


The 1911 CENSUS


There was a combined population of 629 in The Charltons (307 males and 322 females) living in 146 separate households.  (This excludes the inhabitants of some large houses, who appear to have been in London or elsewhere on the night of 2nd April 1911.)

Archdeacon F A Brymer was at the Rectory in Charlton Mackrell and Edmund Butler was the schoolmaster; the Jenners were at Lytes Cary Manor; Sidney Gadd was our police constable and William Morris of Hillway was the stationmaster; Aubrey Culling Eades was a blacksmith on Broad Street and Godfrey Eades had the Post Office nearby; Charles Stickland of High Street and Adolphus Dyer of Walter's Barton were butchers; the publicans were William C Gaylard (at The Fox & Hounds) and William Spencer Dawes (at The Greyhound).