1921 Census of Scotland, County Report (Sample Report Title: Reports and Tables: City and County Parts. County of Roxburgh), Table 1 : " Population of Burghs, County Public Health Districts, and Civil Parishes of XXXXX in 1921 and in 1911".

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1921
1911
Area in Acres (1921)
[17]
Population in 1921
Inter-censal Change of Population 1911-1921
Population
Separate Occupiers
[4]
Houses
Windowed Rooms (Occupied Houses only)
[8]
Population
Separate Occupiers
[12]
Houses
Windowed Rooms (Occupied Houses only)
[16]
Per 100 Acres
[18]
Per 100 Rooms
[19]
Increase
Decrease
Both Sexes
[1]
Males
[2]
Females
[3]
Occupied
[5]
Unoccupied
[6]
Building
[7]
Both Sexes
[9]
Males
[10]
Females
[11]
Occupied
[13]
Unoccupied
[14]
Building
[15]
Actual
[20]
Per Cent
[21]
Actual
[22]
Per Cent
[23]
Aberlour Burgh Total   1,255 Show data context 616 Show data context 639 Show data context 197 Show data context 185 Show data context 13 Show data context 5 Show data context 987 Show data context 1,272 Show data context 680 Show data context 592 Show data context 198 Show data context 188 Show data context 11 Show data context 0 Show data context 945 Show data context 261 Show data context 481 Show data context 127 Show data context - - 17 Show data context 1 Show data context
Aberlour ScoP   2,518 Show data context 1,205 Show data context 1,313 Show data context 477 Show data context 463 Show data context 29 Show data context 5 Show data context 2,505 Show data context 2,644 Show data context 1,346 Show data context 1,298 Show data context 479 Show data context 463 Show data context 32 Show data context 0 Show data context 2,424 Show data context 14,779 Show data context 17 Show data context 101 Show data context - - 126 Show data context 5 Show data context

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