Dedham is a village within the borough of Colchester in northeast Essex, England, on the River Stour, Dedham, Essex. Dedham is located in Essex. Dedham. Location within Essex. Population, 1, (). OS grid reference · TM The characteristic lowland English landscape on the Suffolk-Essex border, made famous With a population of fewer than 10,, the AONB is still essentially a. Living in Dedham town-Con. Worked in SMSA—Con. Mossachusetts-Con. Suffolk County–Con. Remainder of county Worked outside SMSA.
Living in Dedham town-Con. Worked in SMSA—Con. Mossachusetts-Con. Suffolk County–Con. Remainder of county Worked outside SMSA. Drill down further: Census Output Areas within Dedham and Langham. Dedham and Area (hectares): 2, Population density (people per hectare): The re- corded population, of free and unfree . The Dedham Vale plan of the late s stipulated that.
The population percent change for all areas for to is shown in Figure 4 and for Dedham CDP-MA indicates it has % Population Change which is. Living in Dedham town-Con. Worked in SMSA—Con. Mossachusetts-Con. Suffolk County–Con. Remainder of county Worked outside SMSA. Marriage registers for a Congregationalist church in Essex. These records details on and residence. See All Census & Population Lists Records for Dedham.
Provides a reference to order copies of birth certificates from the national registrar of births, marriages and deaths — the General Register Office. Baptism registers record the baptism of those born in and around St. Mary the Virgin, Dedham and were subsequently baptised in an Anglican place of worship. They are the primary source of birth details beforethough are useful to the present. Records can include name of child, parents' names, residence, occupations and more.
Baptism registers for a Congregational church in Esssex. These records provide proof of parentage, residence, occupation and occasionally other details. Transcriptions of records from baptism registers, the primary source for birth documentation before Digital images of all baptism registers deposited population Essex Archives.
Some registers are indexed by name. This is the only national marriage index that allows you to search by both spouse's names. Provides a reference to order copies of marriage certificates from the national registrar of births, marriages and deaths — the General Register Office.
Banns registers list the names of people who intended to marry by the system of calling banns, in which the bride and groom's name were called for three weeks at church.
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Marriage registers for a Congregationalist church in Essex. These records details on marriages, the bride and groom and their families. Provides a reference to order copies of death certificates from the national registrar of births, marriages and deaths — the General Register Office.
Records of burial for people buried at St. Mary the Virgin, Dedham essex and Population include the deceased's name, residence and age. Some records may dedham the names of relations, cause of death and more. Burial registers for a Congregationalist church in Essex. These records include residence, occupation, age and occasionally other details.
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These records can help trace families back to the late 15th century. A searchable index connected to images surviving wills and probate documents for the Consistory Court of London. An index to probates granted by the Consistory Court of London. The index contains name of the deceased, type and date of grant and residence. A name index connected to original images of passenger lists recording population travelling from Britain to destinations outside Europe.
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Each place has a list of residents and businesses. Contains details on local schools, populatiion, government and other institutions. Transcriptions and illustrations of population erected remembrance of personages in Essex. Also contains pedigrees for historic families of the county. Photographs and descriptions of Essex's most populatiln church monuments, often featuring effigies, medieval inscriptions and heraldic devices.
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The king permit- ted Campsey priory to cut timber there for building works in , , , , , and , and the lord of Dedham Hall to do the same in The park on Dedham Hall manor from which horses were stolen in may have been at or near the later Park farm. The landscape provided the inspiration for the paintings of John Constable , whose work made Dedham Vale famous. Constable, from East Bergholt Suff. Many of his paint- ings and drawings portray views from Langham woods and Gun hill, often with Dedham, its church and its mill, in the background.
In the parish council discussed the pres- ervation of historic buildings, fn. Among the 90 founding members were Sir Alfred Munnings and the architect Raymond Erith, who was the first chairman. By the membership had grown to , and the society was an effective lobbying force.
Edmunds Norf. At Gun hill the medieval road turned eastwards to negotiate the scarp, crossing the Stour near the modern Stratford bridge. The Roman road may have followed that route, or may have run through Langham woods and crossed the Stour further west. Mary, opened in The route from Dedham to Stratford St.
Mary, along Mill Street and over Dedham bridge, may have replaced an earlier one by a ford at the northernmost bend of the Stour.
One, apparently later known as the king's way, perhaps existed by Hay Street or Lane was recorded in and , fn. Stratford bridge was first recorded in John's chapel recorded in , which stood just south of the bridge, may have been a bridge chapel; it was demolished in That bridge was swept away in , and the following year Johnson built a new, wooden bridge with brick abutments at either end, on a site 70 ft.
In Johnson's bridge was replaced by an iron bridge. Another replacement was built in The bridge built by the churchwardens before with some of the proceeds of the sale of church plate fn. In Essex and Suffolk County Councils took over the bridge, fn. That bridge was replaced by a concrete one in The long bridge recorded in was possibly that to East Bergholt Suff. Although there is no clear evidence for early shipping on the Stour, Dedham sent ships to the Icelandic fishery in the early 16th century.
The company went into voluntary liquidation in , but the South Essex Waterworks Co. The re- corded population, of free and unfree tenants and servi , declined from 35 in to 32 in Four members of the prominent Sherman family were among the emigrants, fn. Dedham, Massachusetts, was named by Dedham settlers c. In the population was said to be more than 2,; fn. Scattered neolithic material, including axes, has been found in Dedham, fn. The medieval settlement pattern comprised a single nucleated village with an associated open field system, and scattered farms elsewhere in the parish.
Dydda's ham or hamm referred either to that settlement, presumably on the site of the later High Street which is close to a ford over the Stour, or to the extensive meadows along the river.
The 14th-century Winterfloods House, Rye Farm, perhaps named for Matthew atte Ry , and the tenement next to the heath recorded in , indicate that the pattern is medieval. In as many as 95 out of the house- holds paying hearth tax had only one hearth, and another were exempt. Private development peaked in the s. Second, it has the largest proportion of American Indian unwed birth rate at Figure 30 compares the single people in each area broken down by never married, divorced, and widowed.
Figure 31 shows the single men in each area. Figure 32 shows the single women in each area. Figure 33 shows the single men between the age of 18 and 65, in each area, broken down by age group. Figure 34 shows the single women between the age of 18 and 65, in each area, broken down by age group. Percent Foreign Born. The place with the highest percent of population who was born in another country in the area is Norwood town-MA with a percent born outside United States of Comparing percent of population who was born in another country to the United States average of Also, benchmarked against the state of Massachusetts , percent of population who was born in another country of Figure 39 shows the age break down of non citizens.
Figure 40 shows the median age of non citizens and it has The place with the highest median age of non citizens in the area is Westwood with a median age of For all foreign born people who have gone through naturalization the process of becoming a citizen , Figure 42 shows when they became naturalized.
Figure 44 shows a breakdown of where all foreign born people come from using large geographic areas. Figure 45 is a table that breaks out all the foreign born people by where they were born. Second, it has the largest proportion of percent foreign born in Americas-Central America at Figure Total Single People. Mayor, City Council, etc. These places should be recognizable by the local community but their boundaries have no legal status. These are large groupings of adjacent metropolitan areas identified by the Census Bureau based on social and economic ties.