1851 Census of Great Britain, Population tables 2 (Sample Report Title: Population Tables I. Number of Inhabitants in the years 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, 1841 and 1851: Report: Objects of census and machinery employed; results and observations; appendix of tabular results, and summary tables: England and Wales, Divisions I to VII. Area, houses, 1841 and 1851; Population, 1801, 1811, 1821, 1831, 1841, and 1851), Table [1] : " Population Abstract".

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Area in Statute Acres
[1]
Houses
Population
1841
1851
Persons
Males
Females
Inhabited
[2]
Uninhabited
[3]
Building
[4]
Inhabited
[5]
Uninhabited
[6]
Building
[7]
1801
[8]
1811
[9]
1821
[10]
1831
[11]
1841
[12]
1851
[13]
1801
[14]
1811
[15]
1821
[16]
1831
[17]
1841
[18]
1851
[19]
1801
[20]
1811
[21]
1821
[22]
1831
[23]
1841
[24]
1851
[25]
St Asaph PLU/RegD Total   93,934 Show data context 4,947 Show data context 206 Show data context 36 Show data context 5,357 Show data context 223 Show data context 40 Show data context 15,556 Show data context 16,710 Show data context 19,795 Show data context 22,017 Show data context 23,547 Show data context 25,288 Show data context 7,563 Show data context 7,944 Show data context 9,668 Show data context 10,674 Show data context 11,693 Show data context 12,613 Show data context 7,993 Show data context 8,766 Show data context 10,127 Show data context 11,343 Show data context 11,854 Show data context 12,675 Show data context
St Asaph SubD Drill-down 33,589 Show data context 1,852 Show data context 62 Show data context 25 Show data context 2,164 Show data context 106 Show data context 33 Show data context 5,068 Show data context 5,390 Show data context 6,787 Show data context 7,559 Show data context 9,040 Show data context 10,518 Show data context 2,543 Show data context 2,592 Show data context 3,340 Show data context 3,749 Show data context 4,502 Show data context 5,210 Show data context 2,525 Show data context 2,798 Show data context 3,447 Show data context 3,810 Show data context 4,538 Show data context 5,308 Show data context
Abergele SubD Drill-down 22,145 Show data context 1,278 Show data context 52 Show data context 6 Show data context 1,334 Show data context 57 Show data context 2 Show data context 4,038 Show data context 4,263 Show data context 4,961 Show data context 5,456 Show data context 5,899 Show data context 6,163 Show data context 1,981 Show data context 2,053 Show data context 2,488 Show data context 2,742 Show data context 3,010 Show data context 3,104 Show data context 2,057 Show data context 2,210 Show data context 2,473 Show data context 2,714 Show data context 2,889 Show data context 3,059 Show data context
Denbigh SubD Drill-down 38,200 Show data context 1,817 Show data context 92 Show data context 5 Show data context 1,859 Show data context 60 Show data context 5 Show data context 6,450 Show data context 7,057 Show data context 8,047 Show data context 9,002 Show data context 8,608 Show data context 8,607 Show data context 3,039 Show data context 3,299 Show data context 3,840 Show data context 4,183 Show data context 4,181 Show data context 4,299 Show data context 3,411 Show data context 3,758 Show data context 4,207 Show data context 4,819 Show data context 4,427 Show data context 4,308 Show data context

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