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
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100 and upwds
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Persons.
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Males and
Females.
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England and Wales Dep Total   M. 29,002,525 Show data context 14,052,901 Show data context 374,432 Show data context 343,815 Show data context 352,405 Show data context 351,153 Show data context 345,757 Show data context 1,767,562 Show data context 1,693,372 Show data context 1,610,858 Show data context 1,465,175 Show data context 1,247,346 Show data context 1,111,140 Show data context 977,870 Show data context 865,531 Show data context 745,546 Show data context 642,210 Show data context 549,579 Show data context 413,260 Show data context 356,864 Show data context 259,675 Show data context 185,221 Show data context 101,738 Show data context 43,733 Show data context 13,209 Show data context 2,616 Show data context 354 Show data context 42 Show data context
    - 14,949,624 Show data context 380,101 Show data context 347,775 Show data context 354,774 Show data context 355,121 Show data context 348,157 Show data context 1,785,928 Show data context 1,701,806 Show data context 1,612,709 Show data context 1,485,690 Show data context 1,399,066 Show data context 1,239,119 Show data context 1,049,599 Show data context 916,772 Show data context 800,957 Show data context 694,632 Show data context 610,453 Show data context 470,864 Show data context 416,015 Show data context 312,273 Show data context 232,693 Show data context 131,595 Show data context 61,948 Show data context 21,332 Show data context 5,215 Show data context 854 Show data context 104 Show data context
England Dep Drill-down M. 27,226,120 Show data context 13,158,392 Show data context 350,593 Show data context 322,384 Show data context 330,388 Show data context 329,185 Show data context 324,412 Show data context 1,656,962 Show data context 1,589,323 Show data context 1,511,786 Show data context 1,368,231 Show data context 1,161,829 Show data context 1,038,804 Show data context 916,470 Show data context 811,509 Show data context 699,563 Show data context 602,447 Show data context 514,918 Show data context 386,483 Show data context 333,710 Show data context 242,933 Show data context 173,410 Show data context 94,679 Show data context 40,437 Show data context 12,149 Show data context 2,393 Show data context 320 Show data context 36 Show data context
  F. - 14,067,728 Show data context 355,970 Show data context 326,385 Show data context 332,984 Show data context 332,985 Show data context 326,853 Show data context 1,675,177 Show data context 1,598,464 Show data context 1,514,554 Show data context 1,397,225 Show data context 1,318,234 Show data context 1,169,753 Show data context 991,531 Show data context 865,937 Show data context 756,694 Show data context 654,429 Show data context 574,944 Show data context 442,912 Show data context 390,580 Show data context 292,981 Show data context 218,653 Show data context 122,762 Show data context 57,466 Show data context 19,709 Show data context 4,852 Show data context 783 Show data context 88 Show data context
Wales Dep Drill-down M. 1,776,405 Show data context 894,509 Show data context 23,839 Show data context 21,431 Show data context 22,017 Show data context 21,968 Show data context 21,345 Show data context 110,600 Show data context 104,049 Show data context 99,072 Show data context 96,944 Show data context 85,517 Show data context 72,336 Show data context 61,400 Show data context 54,022 Show data context 45,983 Show data context 39,763 Show data context 34,661 Show data context 26,777 Show data context 23,154 Show data context 16,742 Show data context 11,811 Show data context 7,059 Show data context 3,296 Show data context 1,060 Show data context 223 Show data context 34 Show data context 6 Show data context
  F. - 881,896 Show data context 24,131 Show data context 21,390 Show data context 21,790 Show data context 22,136 Show data context 21,304 Show data context 110,751 Show data context 103,342 Show data context 98,155 Show data context 88,465 Show data context 80,832 Show data context 69,366 Show data context 58,068 Show data context 50,835 Show data context 44,263 Show data context 40,203 Show data context 35,509 Show data context 27,952 Show data context 25,435 Show data context 19,292 Show data context 14,040 Show data context 8,833 Show data context 4,482 Show data context 1,623 Show data context 363 Show data context 71 Show data context 16 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.