1871 Census of Trumpington

This is part of a census project by the Trumpington Local History Group to transcribe the eight censuses for the parish of Trumpington from 1841 to 1911. This page has an introduction to the 1871 census and a PDF file with the Trumpington Census Transcript, 1871. If you find an error, or wish to make any comments, please contact us.
Census of 2nd April 1871
RG10/1584 Enumeration District 13 E

Enumerator: George E Hutt

“The whole of the Parish of Trumpington Including Trumpington Village, Gamekeepers cottage and cottage near to Stone Bridge, Blands Farm and Cottage, Fetches Farm and Cottages, Adcocks House and Cottages, Eddlestones farm in Field, Masters Farm and Cottages, and Houses and Cottages near the Mill including Sayles House and Lodge, and Simpsons House on Cambridge Road, Cottages at Dagling End, Manor House, and Anstey Hall, Cottages in Lane leading to Grantchester, Tollers House in the Field, Weighbridge House, Cottage and Holbens Farm in the field and Turnpike Gate House called Hauxton Gate”.

Road names are given, but no house numbers.

Transcription edited 1 October 2018.

Leighton House, built for Robert Sayle in 1866-69. Robert Sayle and family were living here in 1871 (London Road). Source: Edmund Brookes.

Leighton House, built for Robert Sayle in 1866-69. Robert Sayle and family were living there in 1871 (London Road). Photo source: Edmund Brookes.
Leighton House, built for Robert Sayle in 1866-69. Robert Sayle and family were living there in 1871 (London Road). Photo source: Edmund Brookes.