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1901 Census Caerleon District 14 and the Industrial Schools

Property location: 28 High Street Caerleon

First Name Last Name Relshp Age Occupation Where born Page Dist.
Thomas Lewis Head 47 Haulier Monmouthshire, Newport 10 14
Annie Lewis Wife 45 Monmouthshire, Caerleon 10 14
William Lewis Son 16 Shipbrokers Clerk Monmouthshire, Caerleon 10 14
Daniel Lewis Son 14 Monmouthshire, Caerleon 10 14
Mollie Lewis Daughter 12 Monmouthshire, Caerleon 10 14
Edward Howard Boarder 21 Studd Groom Herefordshire, Pembridge 10 14

These are all the occupants of one property in, or named, 28 High Street Caerleon.

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Caerleon District 14:

Registration District: Newport Mon
Registration Sub-District: Caerleon
Enumeration District No.: 14
Name of Enumerator: Mr Gilbert W Harding

1. Civil Parish or Parishes: Caerleon (entire)
2. Ecclesiastical Parish or Parishes: Llangattock- juxta-Caerleon (part of)
3. County Borough, Municipal Borough or Urban District: Caerleon Urban District (entire)
4. Wards of Municipal Borough or of Urban District:
5. Rural District:
6. Parliamentary Borough or Division: South Monmouthshire (part of)
7. Town, Village, or Hamlet:

Boundary of  Enumeration District: The Boundary of the Parish of Caerleon

Contents of Enumeration District

The whole of the Parish of Caerleon viz: all the houses on both sides of the road from Wharf House to the Tan House both inclusive, Usk Side Cottages, White Hart Lane, High Street, Goldcroft Common, Cross Street, Museum Street, Backhall Street, Church Street, Norman Street, Mill Street (excluding the Industrial Schools), Arthur Street, The Tram Road, Houses on Usk Road, Station Approach, the houses near the Railway Station and Forge Cottage.

Industrial Schools:

Institution Name: Industrial Schools
Description: The Separate Schools of the Newport Union
Where Situated: Mill Street, Caerleon

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