1921 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1921: England and Wales: Series of County Parts. County of Cheshire), Table 3 : " Population, Acreage, Private Families and Dwellings".

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Area in Statute Acres (Land and Inland Water)
Total Population
Private Families and Dwellings
Private Families
Population in Private Families
Structurally Separate Dwellings occupied
Rooms occupied
Rooms per Person
Persons per Acre
England and Wales Dep Total   37,341,048 Show data context 36,065,951 Show data context 37,886,699 Show data context 18,075,239 Show data context 19,811,460 Show data context - 8,801,608 Show data context - 7,760,423 Show data context 39,760,593 Show data context -
England Dep Drill-down 32,211,026 Show data context 33,645,030 Show data context 35,230,225 Show data context 16,745,245 Show data context 18,484,980 Show data context - 8,224,233 Show data context - 7,246,592 Show data context 36,973,994 Show data context -
Wales Dep Drill-down 5,130,022 Show data context 2,420,921 Show data context 2,656,474 Show data context 1,329,994 Show data context 1,326,480 Show data context - 577,375 Show data context - 513,831 Show data context 2,786,599 Show data context -

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