1901 Census of Scotland, Eleventh Decennial Census of the Population of Scotland taken 31st March 1901, with Report, Table 1 _1 : " Scotland in Civil Counties and Parishes, the Parishes being in alphabetical order under each County and arranged in two sub-divisions: The number of Families, of Houses Inhabited, Uninhabited, and Building; the number of the total Population and of Persons of each Sex; the number of Persons aged three years and upwards, speaking Gaelic only, and Gaelic and English; the number of Rooms with Windows, for each Parish, on 31st March, 1901; and for comparison, the number of Families, Houses, Males, Females, and both Sexes, and Rooms with Windows in 1891".

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1901
1891
Separate Families
[1]
Houses
Population
Persons speaking Gaelic only
[8]
Persons speaking Gaelic and English
[9]
Rooms with one or more Windows
[10]
Separate Families
[11]
Houses
Population
Rooms with one or more Windows
[18]
Inhabited
[2]
Uninhabited
[3]
Building
[4]
Males
[5]
Females
[6]
Total
[7]
Inhabited
[12]
Uninhabited
[13]
Building
[14]
Males
[15]
Females
[16]
Total
[17]
Kinglassie ScoP Total   311 Show data context 310 Show data context 13 Show data context 0 Show data context 746 Show data context 732 Show data context 1,478 Show data context 0 Show data context 8 Show data context 975 Show data context 310 Show data context 307 Show data context 21 Show data context 8 Show data context 708 Show data context 728 Show data context 1,436 Show data context 966 Show data context

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