Brighton population

 

Census districts 1891

The enumeration districts and sub-districts into which Brighton, Hove and surroundings were divided for the purposes of the 1881 census.

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PALACE
1
Pavilion Buildings (1-14); Palace Place and Molesworth House; Castle Square (1-16); East Street (both sides, 1-78); Clarendon Hotel; Grand Junction Parade (5-13 with Lion Mansions); Steyne Lane; Pool Valley; Little East Street (1-24); Alderton’s Court; Town Hall; Bartholomews (1-13), Warden’s Buildings; Market Street (east side 1-27).

2
Market Street (remaining part: west side 31-53); Brighton Place; Poplar Passage; Saunders’ Buildings; Nile Street; Prince Albert Street (1-24); Black Lion Lane; Black Lion Street (-31); Hannington’s Cottages; North Street Cottages; Meeting House Lane with Friends Meeting House; Union Street; Warwick Mansion; Queen’s Hotel; Markwell’s Hotel; Star and Garter Hotel; Harrison’s Hotel, King’s Road (1-30).

3
King’s Road (31-38); Old Ship Hotel; New Ship Hotel; Ship Street (1-14); Ship Street Gardens (1-17);; Ship Street (15-35, 35-58 and 59-79); 37 North Street; Elm Tree Cottages; Clarence Hotel with stables; Model Dwelling Houses to 1 North Street; North Street (155-193 with Princes Place), New Road (whole 1-33); Northgate House and keeper’s lodge; Parochial Offices; The Pavilion, Dome and stables; Corporation stone yard; Volunteer Inn with Church Street and William IV Inn.

4
King’s Road (39-66); all dwellings under the cliff in the sub-district; Middle Street (both sides, 1-79 with stable yards etc); South Street; Boyce’s Street; Hayllar’s Cottages; Middle Street Cottages; Duke Street (whole 1-39); Lewis Buildings.

5
West Street (east side 46-84); Willow Cottages; Ashby’s Court; North Street (38-66, the corner of West Street); White Lion Hotel; Unicorn Inn and that side of North Street to 154 ); Bond Street (with the Row, Cottages, Courts, etc); King Street (east side 30-61); Gerrards Court; Salmon Court.

6
Church Street (6-36); Windsor Castle; Queen’s Road (east side to 136); Windsor Street (whole 1-46 with courts etc); Unicorn Yard and stables; Portland Street (both sides 1-50); King Street (west side 1-30); Jew Street; Model Dwelling House.

7
West Street (remaining part: west side 1-41); Kent Street; West Street Courts; Little Russell Street and Court; Shuter’s Gardens; Bunker’s Hill (1-11); Cranbourne Street (1-19); North Street (from west corner of West Street 71-83); Upper Russell Street (both sides 1-62); Milton Place; Wellington Place; Blucher Place and Mews (1-34).

8
King’s Road (67-86 including the Brighton Alhambra); Russell Street (commencing after Cannon Street 10-66); Cannon Court and Row; Bodles Court; Russell Place; Kent’s Court; Artillery Street; Cannon Street with cottages on the west side; Russell Street (2-9 and 31-49); Cannon Street (including Cannon Cottages, being the west side of Russell Street to Cannon Street and th wet side of Cannon Street respectively.

9
Russell Square (1-13); Clarence Street n=and Mews; Grenville Place (boths ides not including those houses having entrance in Western Road); Western Road (south side 1-28); Western Road (north side from the east corner of Crown Street to North Street); Regent Row; Regent Hill; Marlborough Street.

10
King’s Road (87-105); the Grand Hotel; Cannon Place (2-43); Artillery Mews; St Margaret’s Place; Cannon Lane (no inhabited houses); Russell Square (14-46); Clarence Gardens; Clarence Square (1-56); Western Road (29-55), Crown Street; any other dwellings.

11
King’s Road (no 106 to the east corner of Preston Street including the Metropole Hotel and Continental Restaurant); Regency Square (1-69); Queensbury Mews and the houses below; Silverthorne’s Yard and Mews; Phoenix Yard etc; Preston Street (east side 5-73); Castle Street (1-42); Stone Street; Western Road (55-823); Western Road (east corner of Hampton Place to west corner of Crown Street; any other lodging place not here mentioned in this division.

12
Upper North Street (both sides 9-115 with the Court); Dean Street; Spring Street; Hampton Place (9-31); Codrington House, Summerville House and Sutton Lodge; Hampton Street with all stables, yards, mews or any other dwellings.

13
King’s Road (from 135—west corner of Preston Street—to the east corner of Montpelier Road; Preston Street (west side (1-57); Sillwood Road (1-47 with Sillwood House); Little Preston Street; Cavendish Place (1-16) the Bedford Hotel; King’s Hotel; Oriental Place (1-35); Sillwood Hall Hotel and Place (1-23); Western Road (from West Hill Lodge no 130 with Codrington Place to Hampton Lodge); Western Road (84 to the east side of Montpelier Road; Western Terrace with stables; Montpelier Road (1-34 and 98-99 east side); any other dwellings.

14
King’s Road (from west side of Montpelier Road, nos 123-154 [end of the parish]); Norfolk Hotel; Bedford Street (1-39); Sillwood Street; Bedford Place (1-26); Norfolk Buildings; Western Terrace; Western Street (both sides 1-37); Paragon House; Preston Place; Golden Lane; Norfolk Place; Little Western Street (east side); Norfolk Cottage with both of the Western Toll Houses; Western Road (both sides from west side of Montpelier Road to the end of the parish; any other lodging place not here mentioned in this division.

15
Norfolk Square (1-59); Norfolk Road; Norfolk Street; Norfolk Mews; Montpelier Place (from Montpelier Road to Norfolk Road); Borough Street (1-48); Temple Street (1-40); Montpelier Terrace including Arnold House, Montpelier Lodge, Montpelier Hall and Montpelier House; Montpelier Road (90-97); Montpelier Road (west side 35-57).

16
North Street Quadrant (1-12); Queen’s Road (1-17); Church Street (37-39); Zion Gardens; Air Street; Queen’s Square; St Mary’s Hospital; Wykeham Terrace; North Street (remaining parts: both sides 84-117 including Swan Downer’s Schools and Pentecost Court, etc); Dyke Road (1-13 with Buckingham Arms Inn); Children’s Hospital; Clifton Lodge; Northam? Lodge and Lee House; Clifton Terrace (1-30); Clifton Place and Saxon Villa; Victoria Road; St Albans and Selby and other villas; Vine Place; Powis Villas; Powis Grove; Powis Square (1-24); Powis Road; St Michael’s Place; any other inhabited house not mentioned in this division.

17
Victoria Street (3-45); Hampton Terrace (1-5); Victoria Place; Montpelier Street (1-42); Montpelier Villas (1-20); Montpelier Road (east side 70-89); Montpelier Road (west side 58-65); Belvedere House; the Vicarage; Belvedere Terrace (1-8), Norfolk Terrace; any other dwelling or lodging not mentioned in this division.

18
Clifton Hill (from Montpelier Crescent to Powis Grove); Clifton Road (1-12, 58-62); Anna Lodge; Grosmont Villa and stables: Goldsmid Road (1-22); Vernon Terrace; Montpelier crescent (1-38); Denmark Terrace (1-22); Temple House ans school; Windlesham House and school; any other dwelling or lodging not mentioned in this division.

St Mary’s Home for Neglected Girls, Children and Old Persons in Dyke Road and Queen’s Square.

ST PETER

1
Eastern Road (from Sussex County Hospital to Arundel Street); Female Orphan Asylum; Blind Asylum; St Mary’s Hall, the lodge. north cottage, south cottage ; Eastern Terrace; Hervey Terrace; Sussex Square (11-40); Church Place; St Mark’s Vicarage; Black Rock Manor Farm and cottages; Bristol Gardens; Princes Terrace; Rugby Place; West side of Whitehawk Road; part of Arundel Street nos 18, 19, 20; Arundel Road north of road running through Sussex Square; Houses and stables back of Sussex Square; All the houses and cottages on that part of Sweet Patch land east of the back of Sussex County Hospital to the south end of the race course and west of the boundary of the parish.

2
Freshfield Road (east side); Eastern Road (north side between Freshfield Road and the Sussex County Hospital); Belle Vue Hall; Havelock Lodge; Arlington House; St John’s Convalescent Home; Walpole Road; Brighton College Junior House; Walpole Terrace; College Terrace; Cuthbert Road; Evelyn Terrace; Sutherland Road; Coalbrook Road; Kemp Town Railway Station; All the houses and cottages on the land known as Baker’s Bottom between the west side of the road leading from the back of the Sussex County Hospital to the south end of the race course south of the south end of the race course and east side of Freshfield Road.

3
Rochester Street; Bute Street; Canning Street; Hendon Street.

4
Eastern Road (north side from Park Street to Freshfield Road); Freshfield Road (west side from Eastern Road to the gate of Queen’s Park opposite Evelyn Terrace); The police station; Queen’s Park ( south and east sides of the road leading from the aforesaid gate to the Egremont Gate); Park Hill (north side); Royal German Spa; Park Street (east side): public baths, board schools, corporation stone yard; Sloane Street.

5
Edward Street (north side from Mount Pleasant to Park Street); Park Street (west side); Park Mews; Park Hill (south side); Park Place with exception of that part of the west side between Carlton Hill and Queen’s Park Road; Carlton Hill (south side from Park Place to Mount Pleasant, 58 only); Mount Pleasant (east side); Egremont Place; Brighton & Hove Girls’ Industrial Home; Aged Pilgrims Friends’ Society Home; Carlton Hill (north side from Carlton Place to Place, 54-57 only); West side of Park Place from Carlton Hill to Queen’s Park Road); Carlton Place (east side).

6
Egremont Street; Spa Street; Leicester Street; Pilgrims Cottages.

7
Carlton Hill (south side from Mount Pleasant to John Street); John Street (east side); Edward Street (north side from John Street to Mount Pleasant); Mount Pleasant (west side); Devonshire Terrace; Devonshire Street.

8
Grosvenor Street; Derby Place; Chesterfield Street; Chesterfield Court; Thomas Street.

9
George Street Gardens; Riding School Lane; Boss’s Gardens; Dorset Buildings; Mighell Street; Cumberland Place. [Check Cumberland Place for evidence overcrowding: 17 lodgers at 34]

10
Queen’s Park Road (west side from no 1 to Richmond Street); Street (south side from Queen’s Park Road to Richmond Street); Claremont Place (east side); Stanley Street.

11
Carlton Street; Richmond Hill; Tilbury Place; St John’s Place; Lennox Street; Windmill Street; Apollo Terrace; Sussex Terrace.

12
Carlton Hill (south side from John Street to Grand Parade); Grand Parade (from Carlton Hill to Pavilion Parade); the School of Science and Art; 1 & 2 Pavilion Parade; Edward Street (north side from no 1 to John Street, including the Colonnade Mews); John Street (west side); Henry Street; William Street; Sun Street.

13
Grand Parade (from no 1 to Carlton Hill); Carlton Hill (north side from Grand Parade to Nelson Street); Nelson Street (west side); Sussex Street (north side from Grand Parade to Claremont Row); Sussex Street (south side from Nelson Street to Grand Parade); Claremont Place (west side); Richmond Street (south side) from Claremont Road to Grand Parade); Ivory Place; Ivory Court; Ivory Buildings; Sussex Place; Chalk Farm; Richmond Street and Sussex Street board schools.

14
Circus Street, the board schools; Circus Court; Carlton Court; Carlton Row; Woburn Place; Nelson Row; Nelson Place; Claremont Street; Claremont Row.

15
Richmond Street (north side from 1 Liverpool Street); Liverpool Street (west side); Holland Street (west side); Southover Street (south side from Holland Street to Richmond Terrace); Richmond Terrace (from Southover Street to Lennox Place); Lennox Place; Waterloo Place ; Richmond Place; Richmond Gardens; Waterloo Street; Tamplin’s Brewery; Albion Street.

16
Richmond Buildings, Ashton Street; Cambridge Street; Dinapore Street; Albion Place; Albion Hill (north side from Albion Street to Holland Street); Albion Hill (south side from Liverpool Street to Albion Street); Albion Cottages.

17
Newhaven Street; Lewes Street; Belgrave Street; Newark Place; Jersey Street.

18
Richmond Street (north side from Liverpool Street to Queen’s Park Road); Queen’s Park Road (west side from Richmond Street to Islingword Road; Islingword Road (south side from Queen’s Park Road to Islingword Street); Islingword Street (east side); Holland Street (east side); Liverpool Street (east side); Southover Street (north side from Islingword Street to Queen’s Park Road); Southover Street (south side from Queen’s Park Road to Holland Street); Albion Hill (north side from Holland Street to Queen’s Park Road); Albion Hill (south side from Queen’s Park Road to Liverpool Street); Toronto Terrace.

19
Scotland Street; Quebec Street; Montreal Road, Southampton Street; Finsbury Road; The Home for Female Penitents, The board schools.

20
Elm Grove (south side from Queen’s Park Road to Cobden Road); Cobden Road (east side); Islingword Road (north side from Cobden Road to Queen’s Park Road); Queen’s Park Road (west side from Islingword Road to Elm Grove); Queen’s Park Road (east side from Chalk Lane to Egremont Gate including the Queen’s Park Tavern and cricket ground); Queen’s Park ( north and west sides of the road leading from Egremont Gate to the gate opposite Evelyn Terrace); Freshfield Road (west side from the gate opposite Evelyn Terrace to the boundary wall of the Race Hill); Chalk Lane (south side); St Luke’s Vicarage; Queen’s Park Terrace.

ST PETER continued

21
Luther Street; Bentham Street; Islingword Place; Whichelo Place; Beaufort Terrace; the Corporation reservoir.

22
Carlyle Street; Arnold Street; Lynton Street; Baxter Street; Cromwell Street.

23
Southover Street (north side from Richmond Terrace to Islingword Street Schools); Islingword Street (west side); Chaters Field; Grant Street; Jackson Street; Lincoln Street; Islingword Road (south side from Islingword Street to the Percy Almshouses), the Percy Almshouses; Hanover Place; Hanover Cresceent; Richmond Terrace (from Hanover Crescent to Southover Street, being nos 12, 18 and 14 only).

24
Hanover Street; Hanover Terrace.

25
Coleman Street Schools; Washington Street.

26
Islingword Road (north side from no 1 to Cobden Road); Cobden Road (west side); Elm Grove (south side from Cobden Road to Islingword Road); Milton Road; Howard Road; Hampden Road.

27
Elm Grove (north side from Kemp Town Railway to the Race Hill); Elm Grove (south side from Queen’s Park Road to the Race Hill); two cottages west of the Workhouse; Queen’s Park Road (east side from Elm Grove to Chalk Lane); Chalk Lane (north side); the Race Stand; cottage above the cemeteries known as the Shepherd’s Cottage; and all the houses and cottages on the Race Hill between the south end of the race course and Bear Road to the boundary of the parish; Bonchurch Road; Whippingham Road; Brading Road; Bernard Road; Bembridge Road; Hartington Road (both sides east of the Kemp Town Railway including Scabes Castle and Scabes Castle Cottage); Burchill Street; Brighton & Preston Cemetery; Brighton Extra-Mural Cemetery; Gladstone Place; Newmarket Road; Lewes Road (east side from Kemp Town Railway to the boundary of the parish); Bear Road (south side).

28
Lewes Road (east side from Kemp Town Railway to Gladstone Terrace; The Connaught Institute; Gladstone Terrace; Elm Grove (north side from no 1 to Kemp Town Railway);, St Martin’s Place; Wellington Road; De Montford Road; Normanton Street; Agnes Street; Wellington Street.

29
Franklin Road; St Martin’s Vicarage; Agneski? Street; Roberta; Picton Street; Upper Wellington Road; Franklin Street; Hastings Road; St Leonard’s Road; Fairlight Place; the Board Schools; Pevensey Road; Hartington Road (both sides from Lewes Road to the Kemp Town Railway); Melbourne Street.

30
Lewes Road (west side, inclduignt he Brighton & Sussex Laundry. Works0; Upper Lewes Road (whole, including Sylvan Lodge, Gate Lodge and the Home for Destitute and Orphan Boys).

31
Ditchling Terrace; the Northern Branch of the Brighton Hove & Preston Dispensary; Rose Hill; Park Crescent; Park Crescent Terrace; Park Crescent Place; Trinity Street; Mr Catt’s Garden Cottage; Brewer Street; St Martin’s Street; St Martins Schools; Park Crescent Road.

32
St Paul’s Street; St Mary Magdalene Street; Caledonian Road, Edinburgh Road; Aberdeen Road; Inverness Road.

33
Round Hill Crescent; Lennon Road (no houses); Ashdown place; D’Aubigny Road; Lewes Road Railway Station (no tenants); Wakefield Road; Richmond Road.

34
Ditchling Road (east side), Hollingdean Road (south side); Princes Road, Railway Cottage; Tower Mill Cottage; Round Hill Road; Round Hill Street; Belton Road; Princes Crescent; Crescent Road; Princes Road; Mayo Road.

35
London Road (both sides nos 1 to 131, being the north corner of Oxford Place); Chapside (north side); New England Road (south side from London Road to the railway bridge—nos 1-10); Viaduct Road (south side); Rose Hill Terrace (n=both sides).

36
Kingsbury Street, Kingsbury Road; Baker Street; Marshalls Row; Francis Street; London Terrace; Alfred Street; Brunswick Court; Oxford Court; Oxford Place (north side); Brunswick Place (from Oxford Place to Viaduct Road).

37
Elder Place; Elder Street; Elder Row; New England Street; Boston Street; Cross Street; York Road; Ann Street.

38
Peel Place; Peel Street; New York Street; London Street; Queen Street; Fleet Street; Belmont Place; St Peter’s Street; Providence Place; including schools.

39
St Peter’s Place and St Peter’s Church; That Part of Brunswick Place from no 1 to Oxford Place; The Level and Police Station; Oxford Place (south side); London Road (east side from Oxford Road to St Peter’s Place); Brunswick Row; Queen’s Place; Red Cross Street; White Cross Street; Blackman Street; Wood Street.

40
New England Road including the bridge from no 11 to 31, both side above the bridge; Old Shoreham Road; Lancaster Villas; Prestonville Road (east side from Lancaster Villas to Howard Terrace only); York Villas; York Grove; The whole of the Railway Station including the Railway Library; Station Street; Trafalgar Street (north side); Trafalgar Court; York Place and board schools; Pelham Street and board schools; Cheapside (south side).

41
Prestonville Road (west side); Prestonville Road (east side from Howard Terrace to Chatham Place only); Russell Crescent; Howard Terrace; Howard Place; Chatham Place; Agnew House Home; Bath Street; Buckingham Place; the Home for Orphan Boys; Dyke Road (from Russell Crescent to Compton Avenue), Compton Avenue.

42
West Hill Road (north side); the Police Station, West Hill Street; West Hill Place; Buckingham Road (west side from West Hill Road to Buckingham Place); Buckingham Road (east side from Buckingham Place to Guildford Road); Clifton Street; Terminus Street; Railway Street; Terminus Place; Terminus Road.

43
Buckingham Road (east side from Guildford Street to Gloucester Road); Brighton grammar School; Buckingham Street; Guildford Street; Camden Terrace; Surrey Street; Gloucester Road (north side from Buckingham Road to Queen’s Road); Queen’s Road (west side from Gloucester Road to the railway station); Guildford Road (both sides).

44
Dyke Road (east side from West Hill Road to Church Street); St Bernard’s Invalid Home; St Nicholas Churchyard; Buckingham Road (from no 1 to West Hill Road); Buckingham Road (east side from Gloucester Road to Dyke Road); West Hill Road (south side); Albert Road; Alfred Road; Leopold Road, Alexandra Villas, St Nicholas Road; Centurion Road.

45
New Dorset Street; Mount Zion Place; North Gardens; Kew Street; Crown Gardens; Barrow Cliffs Cottages; Queen’s Road (west side from Church Street to Gloucester Road); Brighton, Hove & Sussex Throat and Ear Hospital.

46
Church Street (norths ide from Dyke Road to Spring Gardens); Hanover Chapel Yard; Headquarters of the Rifle Volunteers; Spring Gardens (west side); North Road (south side from Spring Gardens to North Gardens (Schools)); North Road (north side from North Gardens to Frederick Gardens); Frederick Gardens (west side), North Quadrant; Gloucester Road (south side from Frederick Gardens to Buckingham Road); Gloucester Road (north side from Queen’s Road to Over Street); Over Street (west side); Trafalgar Street (south side from Over Street to Queen’s Road); Frederick Place; Frederick Cottages; Queen’s Road (east side from the railway station to Church Street); Sussex Eye Hospital; Brighton & Hove Dispensary; Odd Fellows Hall; Frederick Street.

47
Gardner Street (west side); Orange Row; Tichborne Street; Bread Street; Spring Gardens (east side); Church Street (north side from Spring Gardens to Gardner Street); North Road (south side from Gardner Street? to Spring Gardens); North Road (south side from Frederick Gardens to Kensington Gardens); the Regent Iron Foundry; Kensington Gardens (west side); Upper Gardner Street; Queen’s Gardens; Foundry Street.

48
Gloucester Road (south side from Kensington Gardens to Frederick Gardens); Gloucester Road (north side from Over Street to Tidy Street); Trafalgar Street (south side from Tidy Street to Over Street); Over Street (east side); Trafalgar Terrace; Kemp Street; Trafalgar Lane; Kensington Place; Gloucester Road (north side from Tidy Street to Gloucester Street); St George’s Place; Trafalgar Street (south side from St George’s Place to Tidy Street; Tidy Street (east side).

49
Gloucester Street; Gloucester Passage; Gloucester Cottages; Gloucester Terrace; St George’s Mews; Pelham Square; Sydney Street; Kensington Street; Robert Street; Vine Street; Vine Street Court; Steel’s Buildings; Cheltenham Place; North Road Cottages; Blenheim Place; Malthouse Cottages.

50
Jubilee Street; Regent Street; Preece’s Buildings; Gardner Street (east side); Church Street (north side from Gardner Street to Blenheim House); National Schools; County Court House and ‘Blenheim House’; Marlborough Place including Kendrick House (no1); North Place; North Road (south side from Marlborough Place to Gardner Street); the Public Baths and Corporation yards; North Road (north side from Kensington Gardens to Marlborough Place); Gloucester Place; Gloucester Road (south side from Gloucester Street to Kensington Gardens); Kensington Gardens (east side).

St Mary’s Hall, Kemp Town. Sussex County Hospital.

KEMP TOWN
1
Junction Parade (‘now Grand Junction Road’ 14-15); Old Steine (40-62; Old Steine (1-15); Prince’s Street; Pavilion Street; Pavilion Parade; Steine Gardens; Dorset Street; Edward Street (190-161), George Street; St James’s Court; Little George Street; Howell’s Cottages; St James’s Street (1-14), St James’s Place.

2
St James’s Street (15-45); St James’s Gardens; Dorset Gardens; Cavendish Street; High Street; High Street Passage; Chapel Street; Edward Street (160-142).

3
Old Steine (16-33), Steine Street; Manchester Street; Charles Street; Broad Street; German Place; Camelford Street; Margaret Street; Wentworth Street; Marine Parade (1-37); St James’s Street (131-85).

4
Marine Parade (38-55), New Steine; Rock Place; Lower Rock Gardens; Atlingworth Street (west side), St James’s Street (82-69, 46-61a); Devonshire Place; New Steine Mews (Devonshire Stables); Victoria Mews; Little St James’s Street; Lodge Buildings; Rock Court; Upper Rock Gardens; St Mary’s Place; Mount Street (west side), Edward Street (100-141); Madeira Road.

5
Marine Parade (56-78); Atlingworth Street (east side), St James’s Street (68-64); Grafton Street; Wyndham Street; Charlotte Street; Marine Gardens; Bedford Street (west side), Upper St James’s Street (1-43).

6
Mount Street (east side); St James’s Street (62-63); Lavender Street; Warwick Street; Laurel Row; Upper Bedford Street (west side); Eastern Road (169-198); Edward Street (96);

7
Essex Street; Essex Cottages; Essex Place; Hereford Street; Paradise Street.

8
Upper Bedford Street (28-40); Montague Street; Crescent Cottages; Manchester Row; Bedford Buildings; Somerset Street; Edwin Place; St George’s Road (1-9); Telegraph Street; Montague Place; College Street.

9
St George’s Road (10-39); College Road; Clarendon Place; College Place; Bloomsbury Street; College Gardens; Great College Street; Abbey Road; Portland Place (12-14); Arlington Villas; Eastern Road (123); Deaf and Dumb Asylum.

10
Marine Parade (79-89; Bedford Street (east side), Upper Bedford Street (40a-45), St George’s Terrace; Bristol Road; Marine Terrace Mews; Crescent Terrace; Eastern Quadrant; Burlington Street; Royal Crescent, Royal Crescent m=Mews; Marine Parade (102-116, Royal Crescent accounts for the numbers from 89); Crescent Place; Bloomsbury Place; St George’s Road (100-114).

11
Marine Parade (117-143); Marine Square; Portland Place (1-11, 15-25—12-14 enumerated elsewhere); Paston Place; Chapel Terrace; St George’s Road (86-99).

12
Eastern Terrace. Eastern Street, Eastern Terrace Mews; Marine Parade (152-154); Belgrave Terrace; Belgrave Place; Eaton Place; St George’s Road (61-83, brewery instead of 84-85); St George’s Road (north side 40-58); Mill Field Cottages; Sudeley Street, Sudeley Terrace; Upepr Sudeley Street, Sudeley Place; Clevedon Place.

13
Percival Terrace; Chesham Place; Clarendon Terrace; Chichester Terrace; Kemp Town Mews; Chesham Road; Chesham Terrace; Chesham Street; St Mark’s Street; Rock Street; Sussex Mews; Clarence Mews; Eastern Road (91-93); Chicehster Place.

14
Lewes Crescent; Sussex Square (1-10, 41-50); Arundel Terrace; Arundel Road; Arundel Street; Arundel Mews; Madeira Terrace; Esplanade Cottages (under the cliff); York Street.

Institution for the Deaf and Dumb

HOVE
1
Little Western Street (west side down to Cross Street); Cross Street (upper side); Farman Street; Upper Market Street; Waterloo Street (east side from Cross Street to Western Road, west side from Duponts to Western Road); Western Road (south side from little Preston Street to Brunswick Street East); York Road; Brunswick Road; Cambridge Road; Lansdowne Road; Wick Farm House and cottages; Furze Hill (all houses including the Lodge at St Ann’s Well); Watts’ Laundry and house adjoining; Dyke Road including Belmont; Hova Villa; Hove Place; the house called The Lawns; Benham’s Cottages; The old Hove railway station house and signal boxes.

2
Brunswick Place (above Western Road), Lansdowne Place (above Western Road); Western Road (north side); Farm Road; Lansdowne Street; Holland Mews (known as Palmeira Yard, adjoining the Stores); Holland Road (east side above the Stores).

3
Little Western Street (below Cross Street); Cross Street (lower side); Waterloo Street (east side from the bottom to Cross Street, west side from the bottom to Dupont’s inclusive); Chapel Mews; Ivy Place; Lower Market Street; Brunswick Street East; Brunswick Street West.

4
Brunswick Terrace; Brunswick Square; Brunswick Place (up to Western Road); Lansdowne Mansions; Lansdowne Square; Alice Street; Lansdowne Place (below Western Road); Western Road (from Brunswick Street East to Holland Road); Western Place; Holland Road (below the Stores); Holland Mews; Brunswick Mews.

5
Adelaide Crescent; Palmeira Square; Adelaide Mansions; Queen’s Gardens; King’s Gardens; Palmeira Mews; St John’s Mews; Queen’s Mews; First Avenue; Grand Avenue Mansions; Albert Mansions; Victoria Mansions.

6
Church Road (both sides); Rochester Gardens; Palmeira Mansions; Palmeira Terrace; Palmeira Avenue; Third Avenue; Clock? Mansions; Fourth Avenue Mansions.

7
Salisbury Road; Selborne Road; Wilbury Road; Wilbury Mews; The Drive.

8
Second Avenue; Third Avenue; Fourth Avenue; King’s Mews; Albert Mews; Tisbury Road; Norton Road; Norton mews; Victoria Mews.

9
Mills Terrace; Courtenay Terrace; Hove Place; Medina Mews; Median Terrace; Victoria Terrace; Albert Terrace; Alma Terrace; Sussex Road; St Aubyns Mews; Victoria Cottages; St Catherine’s Terrace; Seafield Road; St Aubyns.

10
St Aubyns Gardens; Namrik Stables; Hove Terrace; Cliff House and Cottage; Beach Cottages; Coast Guard Station; Hove Street; Brooker Hall; Providence Place; Gas House and cottages; Connaught Road; Albany Villas; Medina Villas.

11
Osborne Villas; Osborne Street; Hove Villas; Ventnor Villas.

12
George Street; Blatchington Road; Eaton Road.

13
Haddington Street; Malvern Street; Monmouth Street; Belfast Street; Connaught Street; Brooker Street; Sterling Place; Sterling Terrace.

14
Kemp’s Terrace; Lorna Road; Selbourne Place; Cromwell Road; Cambridge Mews; Eaton Riding School and stables; Miles Cottages; Denmark Villas; Denmark Mews; Hove Terrace; Eaton Gardens; Eaton Villa including Oxford House (near Cromwell Road); The Drive (72) lying between 18 and 20 Cromwell Road.

15
Goldstone Villas (west side from 26 Shirley Street, all the east side including Railway Station House); Clarendon Villas; Goldstone Road.

16
Shirley Street; Shirley Mews; Sackville Road (east side from 5 to Shirley Street); Cowper Street.

17
Clarendon Road (south side); Livingstone Road.

18
Clarendon Road (north side); Ellen Street; Ethel Street; Victoria Street; Albert Street.

19
Conway Street; Conway Place; Newtown Road; Hove Park Villas.

20
Goldstone Villas (west side from 38 to Cliftonville Hotel); Shorley Street (north side, including house in Miller’s Yard); Bertram Road; Sackville Road (west side from 70 to Sheridan Road, east side from Andrew’s Stone Yard to Shirley Street); Goldstone Street; Goldstone Farm House (Mr Park’s) and cottages; cottages at Goldstone Bottom.

21
Wordsworth Street; Montgomery Street; Byron Street; Sheridan Road; the cottage adjoining the Little Sisters of the Poor.

PRESTON
22
Dyke Road (east side from St Margaret’s House to the house called The Retreat, including the Windmill Inn and cottages adjoining); Port Hall and Cottages; Old Shoreham Road; Prestonville Terrace; Hamilton Road; Hamilton Terrace; Brigden Street; Stanford Road including the Highlands; Lancaster Road; Buxton Road; Coventry Street.

23
Exeter Street; Stafford Street; Chartwell Road; Upper Hamilton Road; Port Hall Road; Port Hall Street; Port Hall Place; Park View Terrace; Highcroft Villas; Millers Road; Reigate Road; Compton Road; The Drove; Robertson Road; Scarborough Road; Kingsley Road; Hampstead Road; Kings Farm Cottages; Uplands and cottages; 2 houses in Convent Road; Convent of the Sacred Heart and cottages; The Lodge at the lawn tennis ground; the house at the Water Works at Goldstone Bottom.

24
Preston Road (west side from 103 to the house called Basvigo?); Preston Road (east side from 80 to the Lodge at entrance to Preston park); Refreshment House in Park; Springfield Road (south side); Parkmore Terrace; Dyke Road Drive; Lovers Walk and cottages.

25
Springfield Road (north side; Beaconsfield Road north of railway viaduct; Stanford Avenue including The Romans; Florence Road; Rugby Road; Grantham Road; St Andrew’s Road; Preston Park Avenue; Beaconsfield Villas; Havelock Road (west side).

26
Havelock Road (east side); Lucerne Road; Waldegrave Road; Chester Terrace; Cleveland Road; Southdown Road; Edburton Road; Hollingdean Road (north side including Cowley’s Farm House and cottages); Gas Cottages’ Hollingdean Place; Freehold Terrace including The Retreat; Popes Folly; Lewes Road (from and including the Bear Inn; Bear Farm and cottages; Waterworks House and all the houses and cottages to opposite the northern extremity of the Barrack Wall; Bear Mill Road including the Sanatorium; Belle Vue Cottages.

27
London Road (from Manor Farm and Cottages including Chatfield’s Beerhouse); Black Lion Inn; Brooks Brewery and cottages; all houses, cottages and villas on west side from the brewery to Clyde Villa; London Road (east side from Macdonald’s Mansions to Selborne); South Road; Middle Road; North Road; Cumberland Road, Clermont Road; Clermont Terrace; Lorne Villas; Clermont Villas; Station Road; The Drove; Harrington Road; signal boxes.

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New England Road (north side from Smithsons in Preston Road to the railway bridge); Argyle Road; Argyle Villas (only 2 houses); Campbell Road; Viaduct Road (north side); Preston Road (from Smithsons (chemist) on west side and The Stanford Arms on the east side to the viaduct).

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Stanley Road; Lorne Road; Shaftesbury Road; Shaftesbury Place including the railway station house and signal boxes; Warleigh Road.

30
Vere Road; Clyde Road; Beaconsfield Road to the south of the viaduct; Winchester Street.

31
Gerard Street; Yardley Street; Ditchling Rise; Ditchling Road (west side from and including the Training College to Springfield Road).

Cavalry Barracks.

ALDRINGTON
32
Walsingham Terrace and 3 houses to the east thereof; Sackville Villas and Mews; King’s Road; Westbourne Villas; Westbourne Mews; Westbourne Place; New Church Road including Rayments House; Marine Park; Lion Mews and Pinker’s? House adjoining; Westbourne Street including the hotel. 33
Clarendon Villas Road; Upper Westbourne Street; Cowper Road; Upper Wordsworth Street; Montgomery Street; Cottage at wood factory and cottage adjoining; Aldrington Cottages and cottage at ice works; Gibbet Cottages; House of the Little Sisters of the Poor; St Leonard’s Road; Station Road including station house; Seaford Road and Millbrook House; Adur Hotel; Cemetery Lodge and Bennett’s House opposite; that formerly detached part of the parish of Portslade known as the Wish Cottage and land called Gothards.

HANGLETON
34
Hangleton House; Benfield Cottages; Hangleton Court; Shepherd’s hut.

PORTSLADE
35
All that part lying to the south of Old Shoreham Road to the north side of the railway including Railway Cottages; Victoria Road and hotel and signal box; Carlton Terrace including the Club, Hurstville and Highcroft in the Old Shoreham Road; Holes Road; Beaconsfield Cottages; Adur Terrace including the baker’s shop; Nelson Terrace; Trafalgar Terrace Hotel; Cemetery Cottage; Beaconsfield Terrace including Fawthrops? House; Denmark Villas, Taunton Villas; Havelock Terrace; Western Road including Southern Cross Inn; Wooland Terrace including St Albyns [sic]; Wolsey Road with Stanley Arms; Park Crescent; Pitt Street.

36
Crown Road; Abinger Road; Abinger Villa; Gardner Street including Toy? Bridle; Wolsey Cottages; Gardner Terrace; Bamfield Street; Buckler Street; Hilden Cottages; Elm Road; Elm Terrace; Sheldale Road including Wheelrighthouse; Hartington Terrace.

37
All that portion lying to the south of the railway including Cliff Cottage; Crown Inn; Canal Cottages; Wellington Road; Sea View Terrace; Alexandra Terrace; Camden Terrace; Belgrave Terrace including St James’s Hotel and Half Way House; Gas House and Drove House; Baltic Terrace; Belgrave Square; St James’s Square; Station Road (west side from the bottom to Hope Villa); Red House and cottages; Fullers Place, Gardeners Cottages, Beaconsfield House; Courtney Terrace; Railway Inn; North Street.

38
Clarendon Place; Camden Street; Clarecroft?; Middle Street; Albion Street; Albion Cottage; Chapel Place; West Street; Mill Field; Ethel Street; George Street including Camden House; East Street including house in stable yard; East Street Place; Church Road including Cricketers’ Arms; Church Street; St Andrew’s Terrace; the Vicarage; Smokey Cottage.

OVINGDEAN
See Rottingdean

PATCHAM
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The entire parish of Patcham including Tivoli Gardens; London Road (all houses and villas both sides including Withdean Hall, Court and Farm House; Railway Cottages; Signal Box; Police Station; Ballard’s House and Cottage; the house known as Mill Farm House (late Legg’s Laundry); Mill Cottages and the houses and cottages in the village; the Vicarage; Toll gate House; the cottages on bank leading to Water Hall and cottages there situate; Dyke Road (villas and houses on both sides including Half Way House and Cottages); Tongdean Farm Cottages; The Mansion Farm House and cottages at Moulescoomb; 3 cottages east of Lewes Road; the cottages at Roedale; Hollingbury Cottages and the house called Hollingbury Copse; Toll Gate House; the house and cottages at Varndean; the house called Mount Harry (late Goyne Stevens) and cottage; Grover’s Piggery.

ROTTINGDEAN
1
The village.

2
All the remaining part of the parish including Saltdean; Coombe Bottom; Newlands; Balsdean Farm and cottages; Norton? Farm and cottages; Woodendean [Woodingdean] Farm and cottages; Black Rock Farm and cottages; Gas Works and Rifle Butt Road; Chemical Works and cottages; whole of the parish of
Ovingdean
including Ovingdean village; Rifle Butt Farmand cottages; Race Hill Farm; Warren Farm Cottage.

Brighton Parochial Schools.

Downlands Convalescent Home [for children from poorer districts of London; 95 at time of census].

FALMER
3
The entire parish of Falmer including Falmer Village; Balmer Farm and cottages; St Mary’s Farm and cottages; Hodshrove Farm and cottages; Stanmer Lodge and Upper Stanmer Lodge; Bevendean Farm and cottages.

STANMER
4
Entire Stanmer Village and parish.

WEST BLATCHINGTON
[Shoreham] 34
The entire parish comprising all that part lying north of Old Shoreham Road including two houses therein; Freemans Court; Portslade Lodge; Lilac Cottage; Cowhays Cottages; the Mill Cottages; Vallensdean Cottages; Hangleton Bush Cottage; Park Lodge; Highlands; East Hill House; East Hill Road; East Hill Cottages; the Manor House; the Vicarage; Raglan Villa, Lindfield House, the Post Office; Alma Cottage; Myrtle Cottages; Robins Row; Old School House; South Street; High Street; Speed’s Cottages; Hangleton Court; Fraser’s Court; The Grange; West Hill; Swiss Cottages; Portslade House; Gardener’s Cottage; The Paddocks and stables; Mile Oak Cottages; New England Cottage; North House; Stonery Cottages; Stonery; Northerlee; The Elms; North View; Reed’s Cottages; Manor Cottages; Forge Cottage; New Barn Cottages; Hangleton Bush Cottage; Vallensdean Cottages

 

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