1861 Census

The following table shows Warlands in the 1861 census, extracted from information available via The UK National Archives and the UK Census Online listing. It is not clear why these two (free) census listings contain some different names, but it may possibly be a misreading of the handwriting (e.g., Warland/Worland or other spelling). The UK Census Online website records also contain the occupation, which is not recorded in the UK National Archives listing, while the latter includes relationships.

(Name, Relation, Birth Year, Est Age, BirthPlace, Residence/County)

Buckinghamshire

Cambridgeshire

Devon

Dorset

Glamorgan

Hampshire

Hertfordshire. Given the birthplace of James, and the high proportion in that location, he is more likely to be a Worland.

Kent

Lancashire

Middlesex/London. The UKCO and UKNA listings are quite different Middlesex and London. These are combined below. It is difficult to identify family groupings from this combined listing.

Misc Ships at Sea or Abroad

Oxfordshire

Staffordshire. These names do not appear in the UKNA listing

Suffolk

Surrey. The UKNA and UKCO list have only three names in common.

Warwickshire

Wiltshire. None of the name below are included in the UKNA listing. They appear to be a family group.