1961 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1961: England and Wales: County Report: Cardiganshire and Pembrokeshire), Table 3 : " Acreage, Population, Private Households and Dwellings for LAA, Wards, CP in RD, Con, NT".

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Acreage
[1]
Population
Private households and dwellings, 1961
1951
1961
Private households
[7]
Population in private households
[8]
Structurally separate dwellings occupied
[9]
Rooms occupied
[10]
Density of occupation
Persons
[2]
Persons
[3]
Males
[4]
Females
[5]
Persons per Acre
[6]
Persons per room
[11]
Percentage of Persons at more than 1.5 per room
[12]
Seaham UD Total   2,445 Show data context 26,142 Show data context 25,889 Show data context 12,907 Show data context 12,982 Show data context 10 Show data context 7,916 Show data context 25,596 Show data context 7,781 Show data context 30,149 Show data context 0 Show data context -
Central LG_Ward   51 Show data context 2,475 Show data context 1,391 Show data context 677 Show data context 714 Show data context 27 Show data context 468 Show data context 1,391 Show data context 396 Show data context 1,643 Show data context 0 Show data context -
Seaham CP/AP   2,445 Show data context 26,142 Show data context 25,889 Show data context 12,907 Show data context 12,982 Show data context 10 Show data context 7,916 Show data context 25,596 Show data context 7,781 Show data context 30,149 Show data context 0 Show data context -
Colliery LG_Ward   1,260 Show data context 6,403 Show data context 8,749 Show data context 4,308 Show data context 4,441 Show data context 6 Show data context 2,630 Show data context 8,642 Show data context 2,615 Show data context 10,396 Show data context 0 Show data context -
Dawdon LG_Ward   330 Show data context 3,376 Show data context 2,870 Show data context 1,524 Show data context 1,346 Show data context 8 Show data context 841 Show data context 2,870 Show data context 840 Show data context 3,054 Show data context 0 Show data context -
Deneside LG_Ward   246 Show data context 5,950 Show data context 4,915 Show data context 2,453 Show data context 2,462 Show data context 19 Show data context 1,634 Show data context 4,911 Show data context 1,631 Show data context 5,376 Show data context 0 Show data context -
the North LG_Ward   97 Show data context 1,018 Show data context 949 Show data context 490 Show data context 459 Show data context 9 Show data context 266 Show data context 892 Show data context 262 Show data context 1,291 Show data context 0 Show data context -
Princess LG_Ward   235 Show data context 4,234 Show data context 5,275 Show data context 2,589 Show data context 2,686 Show data context 22 Show data context 1,500 Show data context 5,263 Show data context 1,497 Show data context 6,461 Show data context 0 Show data context -
Ropery LG_Ward   226 Show data context 2,686 Show data context 1,740 Show data context 866 Show data context 874 Show data context 7 Show data context 577 Show data context 1,627 Show data context 540 Show data context 1,928 Show data context 0 Show data context -

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