In 1851 there were 74 people in Cheshire, 64 in Lancashire, 33 in Staffordshire, 13 in Shropshire, 3 in Norfolk and 2 in Sussex.
There were 40 families and 13 individuals.
Almost everyone was born in the county they lived in, so the migrants from Cheshire had become well established. The oldest remaining in Astbury parish, at Odd Rode, was Joshua 78 with wife Elizabeth 65 also born there. They have a memorial stone in Astbury churchyard.
The Norfolk family comprised John 30 born in Shropshire, Mary Ann 26 born Cheshire and 1 year old Mary Ann born in Wymondham - her birth is registered there but the only other registration in the county is the death of Harriet in 1849. After that I have lost track of them - did they emigrate?
The total does not include a family in London at Piece 1478 headed by William Adam; indexed as GEDMAN but I think the enumerator’s schedule has it as GIDMAN - as will be seen elswhere this branch, if it does exist, is causing difficulty; does anyone have any ideas about it?