Clusters of Bartons in the Historic County of Lancashire


In alphabetical sequence:
  • Aston
  • Birmingham
  • Barton

  • While only eight Bartons were enumerated in the village of Barton in 1881, we know that at least sixty-two BARTONs were born there during the period 1145-1877.

  • Billinge Higher End

  • On the evening of 3 April 1881 thirty-four BARTON men, women and children were enumerated in Billinge Higher End (fourteen more were in Billinge Chapel End).

  • Haigh

  • Twenty-six BARTONs were enumerated in Haigh in 1881.

  • Liverpool

  • On the evening of 3 April 1881 one-hundred-eighteen BARTON men, women and children were enumerated in Liverpool, the port city of 562,4001.

  • Manchester

  • On the evening of 3 April 1881 eighty-eight BARTON men, women and children were enumerated in Manchester.

  • North Meols

  • On the evening of 3 April 1881 one-hundred-ten BARTON men, women and children were enumerated in North Meols.

  • Orrell

  • On the evening of 3 April 1881 one-hundred-four BARTON men, women and children were enumerated in Orrell.

  • Pemberton

  • On the evening of 3 April 1881 one-hundred-thirteen BARTON men, women and children were enumerated in Pemberton.

  • Preston

  • On the evening of 3 April 1881 one-hundred and eighty-two BARTON men, women and children were enumerated in Preston (pop. 96,5001).

  • Ribchester

  • Twenty-five Bartons were enumerated in 1881 in Ribchester.

  • Skelmersdale

  • Thirty-seven Bartons were enumerated in 1881 in Skelmersdale.

  • Upholland

  • Thirty-five Bartons were enumerated in 1881 in Upholland.

  • Wigan

  • On the evening of 3 April 1881 one-hundred and thirty-eight BARTON men, women and children were enumerated in Wigan.

  • Winstanley

  • On the evening of 3 April 1881 twenty-five BARTON men, women and children were enumerated in Winstanley.

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    Special thanks to BHS member Richard Barton M.D. for countless hours of work compiling our various 1881 Census extractions!