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]
Mareham on the Hill AP/CP Total   1,380 Show data context 39 Show data context 0 Show data context 0 Show data context 43 Show data context 1 Show data context 1 Show data context 110 Show data context 122 Show data context 133 Show data context 193 Show data context 189 Show data context 214 Show data context 56 Show data context 60 Show data context 65 Show data context 100 Show data context 89 Show data context 100 Show data context 54 Show data context 62 Show data context 68 Show data context 93 Show data context 100 Show data context 114 Show data context

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