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Year Population 10 years earlier Current Total Population
1801 3,099 Show data context
1811 3,099 Show data context 4,496 Show data context
1821 4,496 Show data context 6,045 Show data context
1831 6,045 Show data context 7,718 Show data context
1841 7,718 Show data context 11,914 Show data context
1851 11,914 Show data context 17,292 Show data context
1861 17,292 Show data context 24,095 Show data context
1871 24,095 Show data context
1881 52,991 Show data context
1891 52,991 Show data context 62,509 Show data context
1901 62,509 Show data context
1911 89,486 Show data context
1921 89,486 Show data context 89,923 Show data context
1931 89,923 Show data context 80,240 Show data context
1941 80,240 Show data context
1951 69,557 Show data context
1961 69,557 Show data context 68,178 Show data context
1971 68,178 Show data context 63,923 Show data context
1981 63,923 Show data context 58,988 Show data context
1991 58,988 Show data context 59,330 Show data context
2001 59,330 Show data context 55,964 Show data context
2011 58,802 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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