FIFE, SCOTLAND

PARISH OF SCOONIE - 1841 CENSUS
Enumeration District 1

That part of the town of Leven extending from the River Leven along the High Street to Carpenter's Brae, and thence in a straight line to the sea. Enumerator: Thomas Cutlar

Enumeration District 2

That part of the town from the River Leven along High Street to Blythe Wynd, thence crossing the Back Street through the Dead Wynd and terminating at the Gas Works, bounded on the north by Hawkslaw Park. Enumerator: James Greig

Enumeration District 3

All that part of the town to the east of Enumeration District No. 2, terminating at the Haugh Gate on the east, and bounded by the High Street on the south. Enumerator: William Marshall

Enumeration District 4

All that part of the town to the east of Carpenter's Brae, bounded on the north by the High Street, on the south by the sea, and to the east including and terminating with the hamlet of Scoonie Burn. Enumerator: George B. Hogg

Enumeration District 5

All the suburbs of the town extending from the Haugh Gate on the east, to the River Leven on the west, embracing Moray Place, Durie Foundry, Bleachfield, Sawmill and terminating on the north with the Great Coast Road. Enumerator: William Henderson

Enumeration District 6

All the remaining landward part of the Parish from the Great Coast Road to Montrave on the north, to the west bounded by the Leven, and to the east as far as Largo Parish. Enumerator: Thomas Cutlar

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1841 Census Data - General Register Office for Scotland. Crown copyright. Reproduced with the permission of the Controller of HMSO and Queen's Printer for Scotland.
Additional material 2003 - Alexander Romanov-Hughes

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