Birdham, West Sussex: census (RG. 12/840 ff. 4-11) 1891
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Birdham, West Sussex: census (RG. 12/840 ff. 4-11) 1891

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Published by [West Surrey Record Office] in [Chichester] .
Written in English


  • Birdham (England).

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Statementlisted for the County Record Office, Orchard Street, Chichester.
ContributionsPledger, P., West Sussex Record Office.
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Open LibraryOL20847957M

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The original paper register book of has survived. South of the church is an ancient yew tree with a remarkable twisted stem. ADVOWSON. The church of Birdham was among those given with that of Boxgrove to the Abbey of Lessay by Robert de Hay in The earliest mention of Birdham is contained in the Selsey Charters of when a number of pieces of land were given to St Wilfrid by the local Saxon king to support the monastery at Selsey. Birdham is also mentioned in Domesday Book of Birdham reference in the Domesday Book of Birdham appears as Brideham in the Domesday Book of , which also records the presence of a mill. The Church, which was dedicated to St Leonard until about but is now dedicated to St James, was built in the 14 th century and has a 16 th century tower. In the census the population of West Wittering was 4, and is made up of approximately 53% females and 47% males. The average age of people in West Wittering is 52, while the median age is higher at % of people living in West Wittering were born in England.

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