Age-specific mortality by decade for Local Govt. Dists. in England and Wales

Table ID:
MORT_AGE_LGD     (61463)
Contents:
Age-specific mortality by decade for Local Govt. Dists. in England and Wales
Approx. number of rows:
469
Table type:
Raw Data
Documentation Author:
Humphrey Southall
Geography:
Reporting units are identified by:
   Administrative County
   Local Government District
   Local Government District Type
Chronology:
The data cover the period 1881 to 1911.
Dates and times are identified by:
   Decade

Sources:

  1. Data for 1911-20 come from the Registrar General's Decennial Supplement 1911-1920, Part III: Tables: Estimated Population, Births, Deaths and Marriages (London: HMSO, 1933), Table 24, "Deaths in the Decennium 1911-1920, by Sex and Age (Civilians only 1915-1920)", for "England and Wales, Classes of Area -- Metropolitan Boroughs, County Boroughs, and Aggregates of Urban and Rural Districts in Administrative Counties" (pp. 299-320). NB this table also include a break down of deaths in the first year of life into "under 1 month", "1-3 months", "3-6 months", "6-12 months", which has not been input.
  2. The data for 1921-30 come from the Registrar General's Decennial Supplement. England and Wales 1931. Part III: Estimates of Population, Statistics of Marriage, Births and Deaths 1921-30 (London: HMSO, 1952), Table 25, "Deaths, Death Rates and Infant Mortality (All Causes) in the Decennium 1921-30, by Sex and Age", for "England and Wales, Geographical Divisions; London, Each Metropolitan and County Borough; County Aggregates of Urban and of Rural Districts" (pp. 344-65). This table does not include figures for the number of deaths in individual years under 5.


Notes:

  1. This table covers London Boroughs, County Boroughs, the aggregate of all other urban districts in each county (i.e. Municipal Boroughs and Urban Districts), and the aggregate of all Rural Districts in each county.


Checking:

  1. That, for each sex, the number of deaths in each age group sum to the stated total.
  2. No matching to the AUO gazetteer has been attempted. These files have been altered to run on Postgres, but otherwise are exactly the same as they were on the oracle server.


Indices:

IndexTypeColumn(s) indexed
mort_age_lgd_pkey Primary key rec_num


Constraints:

The table has the following associated constraints:

ConstraintTypeDetails
mort_age_lgd_pkey Primary Key See details above for primary key index



Columns within table:

ColumnTypeContents
decade Integer number. Inter-censal period, for example 1911-20='1910'.
lg_dist Text string (max.len.=44). Name of Local Government District to which data relate. Where the figures are for urban or rural district aggregates, this is set equal to the county name.
lg_type Text string (max.len.=8). Type of Local Government District to which data relate. NB these codes include 'UDA' for aggregate of all other urban units, and 'RDA' for aggregate of all Rural Districts.
adm_cnty Text string (max.len.=28). Name of Administrative County in which the district was located.
deaths Integer number. Total number of deaths.
m_deaths Integer number. Total number of male deaths.
m_0 Integer number. Deaths of males aged under 1.
m_1 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 1 and under 2.
m_2 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 2 and under 3.
m_3 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 3 and under 4.
m_4 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 4 and under 5.
m_0_4 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 0 to 4.
m_5_9 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 5 to 9.
m_10_14 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 10 to 14.
m_15_19 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 15 to 19.
m_20_24 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 20 to 24.
m_25_29 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 25 to 29.
m_30_34 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 30 to 34.
m_35_39 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 35 to 39.
m_40_44 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 40 to 44.
m_45_49 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 45 to 49.
m_50_54 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 50 to 54.
m_55_59 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 55 to 59.
m_60_64 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 60 to 64.
m_65_69 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 65 to 69.
m_70_74 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 70 to 74.
m_75_up Integer number. Deaths of males aged 75 and upwards.
m_75_79 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 75 to 79.
m_80_84 Integer number. Deaths of males aged 80 to 84.
m_85_up Integer number. Deaths of males aged 85 and upwards.
f_deaths Integer number. Total number of female deaths.
f_0 Integer number. Deaths of females aged under 1.
f_1 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 1 and under 2.
f_2 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 2 and under 3.
f_3 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 3 and under 4.
f_4 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 4 and under 5.
f_0_4 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 0 to 4.
f_5_9 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 5 to 9.
f_10_14 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 10 to 14.
f_15_19 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 15 to 19.
f_20_24 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 20 to 24.
f_25_29 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 25 to 29.
f_30_34 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 30 to 34.
f_35_39 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 35 to 39.
f_40_44 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 40 to 44.
f_45_49 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 45 to 49.
f_50_54 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 50 to 54.
f_55_59 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 55 to 59.
f_60_64 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 60 to 64.
f_65_69 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 65 to 69.
f_70_74 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 70 to 74.
f_75_up Integer number. Deaths of females aged 75 and upwards.
f_75_79 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 75 to 79.
f_80_84 Integer number. Deaths of females aged 80 to 84.
f_85_up Integer number. Deaths of females aged 85 and upwards.
im_male Floating point number. Male Infant Mortality (NB this label needs to be checked against the source).
im_female Floating point number. Female Infant Mortality (NB this label needs to be checked against the source).
im_tot Floating point number. Total Infant Mortality (NB this label needs to be checked against the source).
rec_num Integer number. Unique number identifying row in table.