1901 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census Returns of England and Wales, 1901, giving Details of Area, Houses, and Population; also Population, classified by Ages, Conditions as to Marriage, Occupations, Birth-places, and Infirmities, in each county:- County of Bedfordshire), Table 26 : " Ages of Persons, Males and Females, in the Registration County, and in Registration Districts, 1901".

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[Gender] ALL AGES
Under
1 Year.
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5 Years.
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100 and upwards
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Uppingham PLU/RegD Total   P. 10,297 Show data context 183 Show data context 207 Show data context 172 Show data context 207 Show data context 210 Show data context 979 Show data context 1,039 Show data context 638 Show data context 228 Show data context 284 Show data context 322 Show data context 310 Show data context 256 Show data context 216 Show data context 154 Show data context 156 Show data context 531 Show data context 675 Show data context 609 Show data context 631 Show data context 594 Show data context 561 Show data context 475 Show data context 407 Show data context 382 Show data context 326 Show data context 254 Show data context 158 Show data context 79 Show data context 25 Show data context 7 Show data context 1 Show data context 0 Show data context
    F. 5,135 Show data context 109 Show data context 100 Show data context 85 Show data context 91 Show data context 107 Show data context 492 Show data context 519 Show data context 336 Show data context 120 Show data context 180 Show data context 227 Show data context 211 Show data context 164 Show data context 110 Show data context 77 Show data context 71 Show data context 233 Show data context 289 Show data context 274 Show data context 293 Show data context 295 Show data context 284 Show data context 201 Show data context 192 Show data context 180 Show data context 145 Show data context 114 Show data context 76 Show data context 37 Show data context 14 Show data context 1 Show data context 0 Show data context 0 Show data context
    5,162 Show data context 74 Show data context 107 Show data context 87 Show data context 116 Show data context 103 Show data context 487 Show data context 520 Show data context 302 Show data context 108 Show data context 104 Show data context 95 Show data context 99 Show data context 92 Show data context 106 Show data context 77 Show data context 85 Show data context 298 Show data context 386 Show data context 335 Show data context 338 Show data context 299 Show data context 277 Show data context 274 Show data context 215 Show data context 202 Show data context 181 Show data context 140 Show data context 82 Show data context 42 Show data context 11 Show data context 6 Show data context 1 Show data context 0 Show data context

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