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Islands in the British Seas, 1901

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(Pages 1-2) Title page & contents
(Page 3) Introduction
(18 pages)Contract subtree Isle of Man
(Page 1) Table 1. Area; houses and population at each successive census, with increase or decrease per cent. of population during each international period
(Pages 1-2) Table 2. Civil parishes. Area; houses and population in 1891 and 1901
(Page 3) Table 3. Total tenements, and tenements of less than five rooms, distinguishing those occupied by various numbers of persons, 1891 and 1901
(Page 4) Table 4. Ecclesiastical parishes or districts. Inhabited houses and population, 1901
(Page 4) Table 5. Persons enumerated on board vessels on the night of 31st March, 1901
(Page 5) Table 6. Persons enumerated in military barracks, etc., and on H. M. ships in home waters, 1901
(Page 5) Table 7. Persons enumerated in public institutions, 1901
(Page 5) Table 8. Number of births and deaths registered in each of the years 1891 to 1900
(Page 6) Table 9. Ages of persons, males and females, 1901
(Page 7) Table 10. Condition as to marriage, and ages of persons, males and females, 1901
(Page 8) Table 11. 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
(Pages 9-12) Table 12. Occupations of males and females aged 10 years and upwards, distinguishing for females the unmarried and the married or widowed, 1901
(Page 13) Table 13. Occupations of males and females aged 10 and under 14 years, 1901
(Page 13) Table 14. Former occupations of "pensioners" and "retired, " distinguishing those enumerated in institutions, and also, for females, the unmarried and the married or widowed, 1901
(Pages 14-15) Table 15. Occupations (condensed list) of males and females aged ten years and upwards, at five groups of ages, in the principal town, etc., 1901
(Page 16) Table 16. Birthplaces of males and females, 1901
(Page 17) Table 17. The blind, the deaf and dumb, the deaf, and the insane, 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 18) Table 18. Language spoken (as returned in the occupiers' schedules) by males and females, aged three years and upwards, at five groups of ages, 1901
(18 pages)Contract subtree Jersey
(Page 20) Table 1. Area; houses and population at each successive census, with increase or decrease per cent. of population during each international period
(Page 20) Table 2. Civil parishes. Area; houses and population in 1891 and 1901
(Page 21) Table 3. Total tenements, and tenements of less than five rooms, distinguishing those occupied by various numbers of persons, 1891 and 1901
(Page 22) Table 4. Ecclesiastical parishes or districts. Inhabited houses and population, 1901
(Page 22) Table 5. Persons enumerated on board vessels on the night of 31st March, 1901
(Page 22) Table 6. Persons enumerated in military barracks, etc., and on H. M. ships in home waters, 1901
(Page 23) Table 7. Persons enumerated in public institutions, 1901
(Page 23) Table 8. Number of births and deaths registered in each of the years. 1891 1900
(Page 24) Table 9. Ages of persons, males and females, 1901
(Page 25) Table 10. Condition as to marriage, and ages of persons, males and females, 1901
(Page 26) Table 11. 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
(Pages 27-30) Table 12. Occupations of males and females aged 10 years and upwards, distinguishing for females the unmarried and the married or widowed, 1901
(Page 31) Table 13. Occupations of males and females aged 10 and under 14 years, 1901
(Page 31) Table 14. Former occupations of "pensioners" and "retired, " distinguishing those enumerated in institutions, and also, for females, the unmarried and the married or widowed, 1901
(Pages 32-33) Table 15. Occupations (condensed list) of males and females aged ten years and upwards, at five groups of ages, in the principal town, etc., 1901
(Page 34) Table 16. Birthplaces of males and females, 1901
(Page 35) Table 17. The blind, the deaf and dumb, the deaf, and the insane, 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. "
(18 pages)Contract subtree Guernsey and adjacent Islands
(Page 38) Table 1. Area; houses and population at each successive census, with increase or decrease per cent. of population during each international period
(Page 38) Table 2. Civil parishes. Area; houses and population in 1891 and 1901
(Page 39) Table 3. Total tenements, and tenements of less than five rooms, distinguishing those occupied by various numbers of persons, 1891 and 1901
(Page 40) Table 4. Ecclesiastical parishes or districts. Inhabited houses and population, 1901
(Page 40) Table 5. Persons enumerated on board vessels on the night of 31st March, 1901
(Page 41) Table 6. Persons enumerated in military barracks, etc., and on H. M. Ships in home waters, 1901
(Page 41) Table 7. Persons enumerated in public institutions, 1901
(Page 41) Table 8. Number of births and deaths registered in each of the years. 1891 1900
(Page 42) Table 9. Ages of persons, males and females, 1901
(Page 43) Table 10. Condition as to marriage, and ages of persons, males and females, 1901
(Page 44) Table 11. 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
(Pages 45-48) Table 12. Occupations of males and females aged 10 years and upwards, distinguishing for females the unmarried and the married or widowed, 1901
(Page 49) Table 13. Occupations of males and females aged 10 and under 14 years, 1901
(Page 49) Table 14. Former occupations of "pensioners" and "retired, " distinguishing those enumerated in institutions, and also, for females, the unmarried and the married or widowed, 1901
(Pages 50-51) Table 15. Occupations (condensed list) of males and females aged ten years and upwards, at five groups of ages, in the principal town, etc., 1901
(Page 52) Table 16. Birthplaces of males and females, 1901
(Page 53) Table 17. The blind, the deaf and dumb, the deaf, and the insane, 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. "