1951 Census of Scotland, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1951: Scotland: City and County Parts: City of Edinburgh), Table 1 : " Comparison of population, density per 100 acres, and houses with 1931 for Burghs, Districts of Counties and CPs".

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1951
1931
1921
Area in Acres (1951)
[17]
Population per 100 Acres
Population Increase or Decrease
Population
Census Schedules Completed
[4]
All Residential Establishments
Rooms
Population
Census Schedules Completed
[12]
All Residential Establishments
Rooms (Occupied Establishments only)
[15]
Population (Both Sexes)
[16]
1951
[18]
1953
[19]
Number 1931 to 1951
Percentage
Both Sexes
[1]
Males
[2]
Females
[3]
Occupied
[5]
Unoccupied
[6]
Occupied
[7]
Unoccupied
[8]
Both Sexes
[9]
Males
[10]
Females
[11]
Occupied
[13]
Unoccupied
[14]
Increase
[20]
Decrease
[21]
1931 to 1951
[22]
1921 to 1931
[23]
Anstruther DoC Total   5,567 Show data context 2,584 Show data context 2,983 Show data context 1,798 Show data context 1,767 Show data context 194 Show data context 7,241 Show data context 746 Show data context 5,631 Show data context 2,617 Show data context 3,014 Show data context 1,654 Show data context 1,636 Show data context 261 Show data context 6,775 Show data context 6,761 Show data context 39,508 Show data context 14 Show data context 14 Show data context - 64 Show data context -1 Show data context -17 Show data context

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Notes:

The following notes to the table appeared in the original report.

1 These figures [for rooms] exclude hospitals, nursing homes, institutions and service barracks.
2 [Unoccupied rooms] Includes sub-let rooms in occupied houses.

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