1951 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1951: England and Wales: County Report: Nottinghamshire), Table 26: " Occupied Population in 3 Age Sections by 5 Terminal Education Ages - Abridge Analysis for Urban Areas with population of less than 50,000, RD".
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Terminal Education Age: Under 15
Terminal Education Age: 15
Terminal Education Age: 16
Terminal Education Age: 17-19
|Oxfordshire AdmC Total||84,977||62,110||8,543||6,592||4,397|
|Chipping Norton MB||1,070||819||76||93||53|
|Henley on Thames MB||1,896||1,269||190||234||137|
|Chipping Norton RD||4,584||3,527||435||271||197|
The following notes to the table appeared in the original report.
|1||See notes on p. lx.||2||Occupied population includes persons returned as "out of work" but excludes persons returned as "retired".|
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