The origins of the current 10 yearly census began in 1801, and a record has been taken at ten yearly intervals thereafter, except for 1941. The census of 1841 was the first to follow the format recognisable today in that it recorded the names of all of the individuals in each household, rather than simply their number. The original handwritten census for Tintinhull have been transcribed and are commercially available. If you are searching for specific information contact Steve Whitlock.
In January 2006 Steve Whitlock presented his analysis of the changes, between 1851 and 1901, of the village population, families and their occupations. Click here to view a web version of his Powerpoint presentation.