1901 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census Returns of England and Wales, 1901, giving Details of Area, Houses, and Population; also Population, classified by Ages, Conditions as to Marriage, Occupations, Birth-places, and Infirmities, in each county:- Counties of Merionethshire, Montgomeryshire and Radnorshire), Table 12: " Registration County, Districts, and Sub-Districts, with their Constituent Civil Parishes - Area; Houses and Population 1891 and 1901, and Separate Occupiers 1901".

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Area in Statute Acres: Land and Inland Water
Area in Statute Acres: Inland Water only
Houses: Inhabited: 1891
Houses: Inhabited: 1901
Houses: Uninhabited: In Occupation: 1901
Barton upon Irwell RegD/PLU Total   24,539 Show data context 496 Show data context 18,199 Show data context 23,923 Show data context 542 Show data context
Worsley SubD Drill-down 8,025 Show data context 125 Show data context 5,678 Show data context 6,897 Show data context 132 Show data context
Barton SubD Drill-down 10,824 Show data context 242 Show data context 7,010 Show data context 8,476 Show data context 275 Show data context
Stretford SubD Drill-down 5,690 Show data context 129 Show data context 5,511 Show data context 8,550 Show data context 135 Show data context


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

1 The Registration Districts of the County of ?? are co-extensive with the Poor Law Unions of the same names. [Exceptions to this are noted on the next sheet]
2 The differences between the Registration County and the Administrative County are shown in Table 2.
3 Parishes that are situated in an Urban District are distinguished by black type thus -- [e.g.] Llangefni.
4 The places named in footnotes as being included in Civil Parishes are generally localities having no defined boundaries, such as hamlets, villages, etc.
5 For particulars of existing detached parts of Civil Parishes see Table 13; and for changes to the boundaries of Civil Parishes effected by the Local Government Acts of 1888 and 1894, and by Local Acts since 1891, see Table 14. In the Sub-Districts marked + changes were made in boundaries between the census of 1891 and that of 1901. Full particulars of the alterations have been published in the Registrar General's Annual Reports.
6 Revised areas of Civil Parishes have been furnished by the Ordnance Survey Department; for the area of the Tidal Water and Foreshore comprised in Civil Parishes see Table 15.

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