Persons (1-15up) per Room (1-10up)

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Household Size (1-15up) 1911
1 290 Show data context
2 971 Show data context
3 1,042 Show data context
4 1,004 Show data context
5 779 Show data context
6 535 Show data context
7 343 Show data context
8 226 Show data context
9 128 Show data context
10 49 Show data context
11 30 Show data context
12 11 Show data context
13 7 Show data context
14 3 Show data context
15 up 14 Show data context
Date: Source:
1911 1911 Census of England and Wales, Housing, Table 2 , 'Tenements in the Occupation of Private Families. - Classified by Number of Rooms and by Numbers of Occupants, in each Administrative County and in the Aggregates of Urban Districts (exclusive of County Boroughs) and of Rural Districts; also in Urban Districts (other than County Boroughs) and in Rural Districts, 1911'

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Number of Rooms per Private Households, listing numbers of rooms from 1 to "10 and upwards". This classification system was used by the 1911 Census of Population.

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GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Sevenoaks RD through time | Housing Statistics | Persons (1-15up) per Room (1-10up), A Vision of Britain through Time.

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Date accessed: 27th June 2022