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County of Hampshire (including the Isle of Wight) (Part I), 1931

Table of Contents

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(Pages i-iii) Title page & contents
(Pages v-vi) Preface
(Page vi) Explanatory notes
(4 pages)Contract subtree Population
(Pages vii-ix) Administrative areas
(Pages ix-x) Usual residence
(Page x) Parliamentary constituencies
(Page x) Judicial areas
(9 pages)Contract subtree Dwellings, rooms and families
(Pages xi-xii) Structurally separate dwellings
(Pages xii-xiv) Family units of occupation
(Pages xiii-xv) Size of family and relation to number of rooms occupied
(Pages xv-xviii) Housing in boroughs, urban districts and rural districts
(Page xviii) Institutions and special classes
(4 pages)Contract subtree Sex, age and marital condition
(Pages xix-xx) Distribution according to age
(Page xx) Distribution by marital condition
(Page xx) Excess of females over males
(Page xxi) Distribution in boroughs, urban districts and rural districts
(60 pages)Contract subtree Tables
(Page 1) 1. Population and acreage, 1801-1931, and intercensal variations (A. C. s with C. B. s)
(Page 2) 2. Population, 1911-1931, and intercensal variations (A. C. s, C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s, and R. D. s)
(Pages 3-10) 3. Population, acreage, private families and dwellings. (A. C. s, C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s, R. D. s, wards of C. B. s, M. B. s and U. D. s, and civil parishes)
(Page 11) 4. Intercensal changes in boundaries, 1921-31 (administrative areas)
(Page 12) 5. Detached parts of civil parishes
(Pages 13-14) 6. Comparison of census and resident populations (A. C. s, C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s, and R. D. s)
(Page 15) 7. Population and parliamentary electors (parliamentary constituencies)
(Page 15) 8. Constitution by local government areas (parliamentary constituencies)
(Pages 16-17) 9. Population, acreage and constitution (petty sessional divisions)
(Pages 18-29) 10. Dwellings, rooms and families (A. C. s, C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s, and R. D. s)
(Pages 30-44) 11. Private families and rooms occupied (A. C. s, C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s, and R. D. s)
(Pages 45-46) 12. Non-private families. Population and habitations (A. C. s, C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s, and R. D. s)
(Pages 47-48) 13. Institutions and special premises (A. C. s, C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s, and R. D. s)
(Pages 49-51) 14. Ages (quinquennial groups) and marital conditions (A. C. s, C. B. s and urban areas with populations exceeding 50, 000)
(Pages 52-55) 15. Ages and marital conditions. Abridged analysis (urban areas with populations not exceeding 50, 000 and R. D. s)
(Pages 56-59) 16. Ages (individual years) under 21 (A. C. s, C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s and R. D. s)