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Chipping Campden, the 1951 census shows that it is the largest parish in the North Cotswolds. From the “Cotswold Journal” “From the Archives 19th February 1955”, cutting February 2005.
Campden entry in the Universal British Directory, 1793-1798
Vol 2, Pt 2, extract taken from the reprint of the original at Stratford Record Office.
Campden Population Numbers
Campden Population, in 1086 and from 1801 – 2000
Chipping Campden Population
Population of Chipping Campden, from 1086 to 2001, broken down into the boroughs of Berrington, Broad Campden and Westingon. List of sources.
Cotswold House Hotel, planning application, 2004, newspaper cutting
Planning Application to the District Council, highlighting Ian and Christa Taylor’s application for a rear extension at the Cotswold House Hotel, cutting from the Campden Bulletin, May 2004.
Electoral Rolls: Campden, Mickleton, Weston and Aston Sub Edges, Hidcote Bartrim
Electoral Rolls Campden 1910,1914,1918,1922,1926,1930,1939,1946,1950,1960, 1970,1998 Mickleton 1918, Weston sub Edge 1918, Aston sub Edge 1918. Hidcote Bartrim 1910, 1914 Campden 1834 Pollbook, 1734 Pollbook
Name Index Campden Census 1861
Campden Census 1861. Name Index taken from the “Beavington” transcript, not entirely accurate or complete.
Parish Register Transcript Stretton-on-Fosse Stray Marriages 1538 - 1900
This Stray Marriages list includes a number of surrounding villalges, including Aston Magna, Blockley, Broad Campden, Chipping Campden, Ebrington, Hidcote, Mickleton and Paxford
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