|FORM B1 - HOUSE AND BUILDING RETURN|
|County||Down||Parliamentary Division||East Down||Poor Law Union||Downpatrick||District Electoral Division||Strangford||Townland:||Strangford Lower|
|Town or Village||Street||Barony||Lecale Lower||Parish||Ballyculter|
|PARTICULARS OF INHABITED HOUSES|
|WALLS||ROOF||ROOMS||WINDOWS IN FRONT||CLASS OF HOUSE|
|No. of House or building (Col.1)||Whether built
or building (Col.2)
|Whether pr1vate dwelling, public building, school, manufactory, hotel, public house,lodging house or shop etc
|No. of offices and farm steadings
as returned on Form B2 (Col.4)
|Is the house inhabited
|Stone,brick or concrete=1
mud,wood or other=0
|Slate,iron or tiles=1
Thatch,wood or other=0
|1 room only=1
2,3 or 4 rooms=2
5 or 6 rooms=3
7,8,or 9 rooms=4
10,11 or 12 rooms=5
13 or more rooms=6
|Exact No. of windows in front of house
|Enter the totals of Cols.6,7,8 and 9 in this col.
|Where the total
in Col. 10 is 1 or 2 enter "4th"
3,4 or 5 enter "3rd"
6 to 11 enter "2nd"
12 or over enter "1st"
|No. of distinct families in each house
|Name of Head of each family living in the house
|No. of rooms occupied by each family
|Total No. of persons in each family
|Total No. of persons in each family sick on 31 March 1901 (Col. 17)
|No on Form M1 if house is on the holding of a landholder (Col. 19)|
|1||Built||Rectory||13||Yes||1||1||6||9||17||1st||1||Revd E.B. Ryan||20||6||Blank||Revd E.B. Ryan||4|
|2||Built||Private Dwelling||1||Yes||1||1||2||2||6||2nd||1||Patrick McKeown||3||6||Blank||Lord de Ros of Strangford Town||1|
|3||Built||Private Dwelling||2||Yes||1||1||3||5||10||2nd||1||John B Creighton||6||3||Blank||Lord de Ros of Strangford Town||1|
|4||Built||Private Dwelling||1||Yes||1||1||2||2||6||2nd||1||John McIlroy||3||2||Blank||Lord de Ros of Strangford Town||1|
|5||Built||Private Dwelling||No||Frances Quaile of Strangford Town||2|
|6||Built||Private Dwelling||No||Frances Quaile of Strangford Town||2|
Reproduced with the permission of the Deputy Keeper of the Records, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland
Transcribed by William Stranney.
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