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County of Sussex, 1901

Table of Contents

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(Pages i-iv) Title page & contents
(Pages v-xii) Summary of the census results
(1 foldout) Map
(88 pages)Contract subtree Tables
(Page 1) Table 1. Ancient county, administrative counties of East Sussex (together with 2 county boroughs) and West Sussex, and registration county. Area; houses and population 1891 and 1901
(Page 1) Table 2. Differences between the ancient, administrative, and registration counties. Inhabited houses and population 1901
(Page 2) Table 3. Ancient county. Population at each successive census, with increase per cent. of population during each intercensal period
(Page 3) Table 4. Parliamentary constituencies. Area; houses 1901, and population 1891 and 1901
(Pages 3-8) Table 5. Ecclesiastical parishes or districts in the ancient county. Inhabited houses and population 1901
(Page 9) Table 6. Administrative counties of East and West Sussex and county boroughs. Area; houses 1901, and population 1891 and 1901
(Page 10) Table 7. Petty sessional divisions of the administrative counties of East and West Sussex, and boroughs having separate courts of quarter sessions or separate commissions of the peace. Area; houses and population 1901
(Page 11) Table 8. Administrative counties of East and West Sussex, and their sub-division into urban and rural districts. Area; houses 1901, and population 1891 and 1901
(Pages 11-15) Table 9. County boroughs, municipal boroughs, and other urban districts with their constituent civil parishes and wards. Area; houses 1901. And population 1891 and 1901
(Page 16) Table 10. Rural districts. Area; houses 1901, and population 1891 and 1901
(Pages 17-21) Table 11. Civil parishes in the administrative counties of East and West Sussex and in each county borough. Inhabited houses 1901, and population 1891 and 1901
(Pages 22-30) Table 12. Registration county, districts, and sub-districts, with their constituent civil parishes. Area; houses and population 1891 and 1901, and separate occupiers 1901
(Page 31) Table 13. Existing detached parts of civil parishes in the registration county. Area; population 1901
(Pages 32-35) Table 14. Changes in the boundaries of civil parishes in the registration county effected by the local government acts of 1888 and 1894, and by local acts since 1891. Inhabited houses and population 1901
(Page 36) Table 15. Area of land, water, and foreshore in the registration county, and in every civil parish which includes either tidal water or foreshore
(Page 37) Table 16. Registration county. Persons enumerated in military and naval barracks, quarters, hospitals, and prisons, and on His Majesty's ships in home waters, 1901
(Pages 38-42) Table 17. Institutions in the registration county. Persons enumerated in workhouse establishments; in hospitals and in lunatic asylums; in prisons; and in certified reformatory and industrial schools, 1901
(Page 43) Table 18. Persons enumerated in the registration county on board sea-going and coasting merchant vessels, and on inland barges and boats, 1901
(Pages 44-45) Table 19. Total tenements, and tenements of less than five rooms, distinguishing those occupied by various numbers of persons in the county of Sussex, 1891 and 1901, and in the administrative counties of East Sussex (together with county boroughs) and West Sussex, and in the aggregates of urban and rural districts respectively, 1901
(Pages 46-47) Table 20. Total tenements, and tenements of less than five rooms, distinguishing those occupied by various numbers of persons, in county boroughs, in municipal boroughs, and in other urban districts, 1901
(Pages 48-50) Table 21. Total tenements, and tenements of less than five rooms, distinguishing those occupied by various numbers of persons, in rural districts, 1901
(Page 51) Table 22. Aggregate numbers of marriages, births, and deaths registered in each registration district during the intercensal period 1891-1901. Increase or decrease of population compared with difference between births and deaths
(Page 52) Table 23. Ages of persons, males and females, in the administrative counties of East Sussex (together with county boroughs) and West Sussex, and in the aggregates of urban and rural districts respectively, 1901
(Pages 53-55) Table 24. Ages of persons, males and females, in county boroughs, in municipal boroughs, and in other urban districts, 1901
(Pages 56-58) Table 25. Ages of persons, males and females, in rural districts, 1901
(Pages 59-61) Table 26. Ages of persons, males and females, in the registration county and in registration districts, 1901
(Page 62) Table 27. Condition as to marriage, and ages of persons, males and females, in the administrative counties of East Sussex (together with county boroughs) and West Sussex, and in the aggregates of urban and rural districts respectively, 1901
(Page 63) Table 28. Condition as to marriage, and ages of persons, males and females, in county boroughs, 1901
(Page 64) Table 29. Registration county. Ages of husbands and wives in combination; of husbands whose wives were absent: Of wives whose husbands were absent, and of widowers and widows, 1901
(Page 65) Table 30. Workhouses in the registration county. Condition as to marriage and ages of pauper inmates of workhouse institutions, 1901
(Page 65) Table 31. Prisons in the registration county. Condition as to marriage and ages of prisoners in local and convict prisons, 1901
(Pages 66-70) Table 32. Occupations of males and females aged ten years and upwards, in the administrative counties of East Sussex (together with county boroughs) and West Sussex, distinguishing for females the unmarried and the married or widowed, 1901
(Page 71) Table 33. Occupations of males and females aged 10 and under 14 years in the administrative counties of East Sussex (together with county boroughs) and West Sussex, 1901
(Pages 72-73) Table 34. Former occupations of "pensioners" and "retired" in the administrative counties of East Sussex (together with county boroughs) and West Sussex, distinguishing those enumerated in workhouses and lunatic asylums, and also, for females, the unmarried and the married or widowed, 1901
(Pages 74-81) Table 35. Occupations (condensed list) of males and females aged ten years and upwards, at five groups of ages, in the county boroughs, and in the aggregate of urban districts (inclusive of county boroughs), and in the aggregate of rural districts 1901
(Pages 82-83) Table 35a. Grouped occupations of males and females aged ten years and upwards, in county boroughs, in municipal boroughs, and in other urban districts with populations exceeding 5, 000; also proportions of children of 10 and under 14 years of age, and of married or widowed women engaged in occupations, and proportion of female domestic servants to separate occupiers or families, 1901
(Page 84) Table 36. Birthplaces of males and females enumerated in the ancient county and in each county borough 1901
(Page 85) Table 37. Country of birth of foreigners enumerated in the ancient county 1891 and 1901; and in each county borough 1901
(Page 86) Table 38. The blind, the deaf and dumb, the deaf, and the insane in the administrative counties of East Sussex (together with county boroughs) and West Sussex, 1901. Condition as to marriage and ages of males and females returned as blind, deaf and dumb, deaf, lunatic, and imbecile or feeble-minded; also of persons suffering from "combined infirmities"
(Page 87) Table 39. Persons returned as blind, deaf and dumb, deaf, lunatic, imbecile or feeble-minded, or suffering from "combined infirmities, " in the administrative counties of East and West Sussex and in each county borough, 1901