1901 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census Returns of England and Wales, 1901, giving Details of Area, Houses, and Population; also Population, classified by Ages, Conditions as to Marriage, Occupations, Birth-places, and Infirmities, in each county:- County of Bedfordshire), Table 26 : " Ages of Persons, Males and Females, in the Registration County, and in Registration Districts, 1901".

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[Gender] ALL AGES
Under
1 Year.
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1--
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2--
[4]
3--
[5]
4--
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Under
5 Years.
[7]
5--
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10--
[9]
13--
[10]
14--
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15--
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16--
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17--
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18--
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19--
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20--
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21--
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25--
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30--
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35--
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40--
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45--
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50--
[24]
55--
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60--
[26]
65--
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70--
[28]
75--
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80--
[30]
85--
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90--
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95--
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100 and upwards
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[1]
Beaminster PLU/RegD Total   P. 9,184 Show data context 179 Show data context 198 Show data context 211 Show data context 210 Show data context 223 Show data context 1,021 Show data context 1,076 Show data context 610 Show data context 200 Show data context 187 Show data context 188 Show data context 194 Show data context 155 Show data context 153 Show data context 132 Show data context 127 Show data context 496 Show data context 563 Show data context 562 Show data context 574 Show data context 505 Show data context 433 Show data context 483 Show data context 377 Show data context 370 Show data context 250 Show data context 241 Show data context 146 Show data context 99 Show data context 34 Show data context 8 Show data context 0 Show data context 0 Show data context
    F. 4,446 Show data context 86 Show data context 100 Show data context 100 Show data context 113 Show data context 115 Show data context 514 Show data context 572 Show data context 302 Show data context 108 Show data context 94 Show data context 91 Show data context 102 Show data context 82 Show data context 73 Show data context 70 Show data context 69 Show data context 223 Show data context 239 Show data context 275 Show data context 272 Show data context 243 Show data context 201 Show data context 231 Show data context 189 Show data context 159 Show data context 112 Show data context 116 Show data context 57 Show data context 42 Show data context 9 Show data context 1 Show data context 0 Show data context 0 Show data context
    4,738 Show data context 93 Show data context 98 Show data context 111 Show data context 97 Show data context 108 Show data context 507 Show data context 504 Show data context 308 Show data context 92 Show data context 93 Show data context 97 Show data context 92 Show data context 73 Show data context 80 Show data context 62 Show data context 58 Show data context 273 Show data context 324 Show data context 287 Show data context 302 Show data context 262 Show data context 232 Show data context 252 Show data context 188 Show data context 211 Show data context 138 Show data context 125 Show data context 89 Show data context 57 Show data context 25 Show data context 7 Show data context 0 Show data context 0 Show data context

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