1881 Census Maps and County Codes
At the time I compiled all the 1881 maps using the first nationally digitally available census, which was on a series of 24 CDs, I had to search the whole country region by region, CD by CD, in order to create a spreadsheet. In order to make sense of where people lived in relation to the regions I used the Chapman County Codes to link them to the various regions on the CDs. This allowed me to link the various regions and counties on the CDs. A second piece of Archer software was used to create the maps. It may sound complicated but as the results are visual they will hopefully help people see where their YOXALL ancestors lived in the UK in 1881.
All my maps are compiled using Archer Software and are of two types, Flood fill and Dot type. Flood fill maps are a broad distribution of a surname in a county, so if there was 1 or perhaps 50 people in a county the colour on the map would be the same. Nor would you know where the people lived. However with a Dot map, the people in a county are recorded by dots exactly that show where they lived. So not only can you see where they lived in the county, the size of the dot changes in accordance with the number of people in that county. This helps suggest where to look in particular counties for Parish Registers of ancestors.
Maps covering all of the UK for YOXALL in 1881
Maps in 1881 where YOXALL lived
Flood fill map of all where all YOXALL lived
Dot map of where all YOXALL lived
Flood fill map of YOXALL married males and widowed males where they lived
Dot map of YOXALL married males and widowed males where they lived
A Table of each place on all 4 maps, flood fill and dot fill, and number of people in each place where YOXALL lived.
Maps in 1881 where YOXALL were born
Flood fill map of all YOXALL where they were born
Dot map of all YOXALL where they were born
Flood fill map of YOXALL married males and widowed males where they were born
Dot map of YOXALL married males and widowed males where they were born
A Table of each place on all 4 maps, flood fill and dot fill, and number of people in each place where YOXALL were born.
Maps covering all regions of the UK for YOXALL in 1881
The 1881 census on CD divides the country into 12 regions and 12 CDs. To present the information I have created separate dot maps for each of the 12 regions, well 10 actually as in 1881 there were no YOXALL in Scotland.
List of Chapman County Codes, Counties covered by Regional Indexes & abbreviations used.
Dot map and table by Region for 1881 census, list of all YOXALL by region with reference numbers, from master index, with copy of all Census record for all households containing 1 or more YOXALL (see 1881 Census spreadsheet for all these details)
East Anglia Region – map EA
East Anglia Region – table EA
Greater London Region, London, Middlesex – map LM
Greater London Region – London – Middlesex – table LM
Greater London Region – West Counties – map WC
Greater London Region – West Counties – table WC
Greater London Region – East Counties – map EC
Greater London Region – East Counties – table EC
Midlands Region – West Counties – map MW
Midlands Region – West Counties – table MW
Midlands Region – East Counties – map ME
Midlands Region – East Counties – table ME
North Central Region – map NC
North Central Region – table NC
Northern Borders & Miscellany Region – map NB
Northern Borders & Miscellany Region – table NB
South Western Region – map SW
South Western Region – table SW
Scotland Region – Highlands (no YOXALL) SH
Scotland Region – Lowlands (no YOXALL) SL
Wales & Monmouth Region – map WM
Wales & Monmouth Region – table WM