Bramley History Society
Researching our village in Surrey since 1994

Bramley Population May 30th 31st & June 1st 1831

Inhabited houses

156

By how many families occupied

177

Houses now building and other houses empty

7

Families chiefly employed in Agriculture

101

Families chiefly employed in Trade Manufacture and Handicraft

57

All other families not comprised in the two preceding classes

19

Males

417

Females

425

Total of persons

842

Total Number of Males 20 years old

268

Occupiers of Land employing Labourers

20

Occupiers of Land not employing Labourers

None

Labourers employed in Agriculture

127

Males employed in Manufacture, or in making Manufacturing Machinery

None

Males employed in Retail Trade or in Handicraft as Masters or Workmen

80

Wholesale Merchants Capitalists Bankers Professional Persons and other Educated Men

1

Labourers employed by the three preceding Classes and in other Labour not Agriculture

2

All other Males twenty years old (except Servants) including retired Tradesmen, superannuated Labourers and Males diseased or disabled in Body or Mind

7

How many servants distinguishing Males upwards of 20 years old

52

Males under 20 years old

27

Female servants

24

William Stilwell, Henry Street, Overseers