Available Themes



Densities and rates of growth. Age structure: concentrations of young people, and of the old.


How people made their living: identifying farming communities, pit villages, mill towns and so on.
Social Structure

Social Structure

Social class and socio-economic groups. Concentrations of professionals, and of unskilled labourers.


Numbers of houses. Overcrowding: persons per room. Amenities: central heating, baths and WCs.

Preferred Name:
Unit Type:
Parish-level Unit
Ancient Parish
Date created:
Date abolished:
by 1841
Unit ID:
1831 Census of Great Britain, Table [1], 'Population Abstract'.

Statistical only

This unit has been constructed for statistical reporting purposes only. It has no legal existence.


Exeter St Paul parish and Bradninch Precinct, both within Exeter Borough, are recorded as separate entities in Youngs, in the 1811 Census and from the 1841 Census onwards. In the 1821 and 1831 Census they are recorded together as a single unit and in 1801 Bradninch is not mentioned.

Alternative names

We know of no alternate names.

Unit associations

This unit was associated with the following other units:

Nature of association Other unit involved Type of unit Authority
was preceded by EXETER ST PAUL AP/CP Parish-level Unit 1831 Census of Great Britain, Table [1], 'Population Abstract'.

Unit history

This unit was part of the following units:

Name Type Start End Authority
DEVON Ancient County   by 1841 1831 Census of Great Britain, Table [1], 'Population Abstract'.
EXETER CntyOfIt/AD_City Ancient District   by 1841 1831 Census of Great Britain, Table [1], 'Population Abstract'.

Boundary changes

We know of no boundary changes affecting this unit.

Lower level units

We know of no units which were contained within this unit.

How to reference this page:

GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Paul St and Bradninch AP through time | Census tables with data for the Parish-level Unit, A Vision of Britain through Time.

URL: http://www.visionofbritain.org.uk/unit/12848110

Date accessed: 14th October 2019