1891 Census of England and Wales, Ages, Condition as to marriage, Occupations, Birthplaces and Infirmities, Table 2 : " Ages of Males and Females in Registration Districts".

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[Gender] ALL AGES
Under
1 Year.
[3]
1--
[4]
2--
[5]
3--
[6]
4--
[7]
Under
5 Years.
[8]
5--
[9]
10--
[10]
15--
[11]
20--
[12]
25--
[13]
30--
[14]
35--
[15]
40--
[16]
45--
[17]
50--
[18]
55--
[19]
60--
[20]
65--
[21]
70--
[22]
75--
[23]
80--
[24]
85--
[25]
90--
[26]
95--
[27]
100 and upwds
[28]

Persons.
[1]

Males and
Females.
[2]
Whitechapel PLPar/PLU/RegD Total   M. 74,462 Show data context 38,935 Show data context 1,137 Show data context 946 Show data context 957 Show data context 883 Show data context 864 Show data context 4,787 Show data context 4,011 Show data context 3,487 Show data context 4,012 Show data context 4,430 Show data context 3,805 Show data context 3,172 Show data context 2,649 Show data context 2,290 Show data context 1,758 Show data context 1,536 Show data context 998 Show data context 910 Show data context 529 Show data context 328 Show data context 157 Show data context 44 Show data context 23 Show data context 4 Show data context 4 Show data context 1 Show data context
    - 35,527 Show data context 1,203 Show data context 883 Show data context 1,041 Show data context 992 Show data context 917 Show data context 5,036 Show data context 4,052 Show data context 3,538 Show data context 3,709 Show data context 3,920 Show data context 3,219 Show data context 2,550 Show data context 2,044 Show data context 1,838 Show data context 1,473 Show data context 1,289 Show data context 894 Show data context 785 Show data context 516 Show data context 377 Show data context 174 Show data context 76 Show data context 22 Show data context 12 Show data context 3 Show data context 0 Show data context

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Acknowledgments:

We are grateful to the following contributors. If you make use of the data in your own work, please follow any instructions given here on acknowledgment and re-use.

Graham Mooney (Institute of the History of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University). Role: transcriber. Restrictions on use: the contributor must be acknowledged but the data may be freely used for non-commercial purposes.