1911 Census of Scotland, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census Returns of Scotland, 1911, showing Area, Houses and Population; also the ages, civil or conjugal condition, occupations, birthplaces, and Institutions. Parts 1-4. Cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, and Aberdeen), Table 1: " Population of Civil Parishes".
|List for top level||Banffshire|
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1911: Population: Males
1911: Population: Females
1911: Population: Total
1911: Rooms with one or more Windows
1901: Separate Families
|Banffshire ScoCnty Total||29,755||31,647||61,402||53,656||13,452|
|New Machar ScoP||928||954||1,882||1,617||286|
|Old Deer ScoP||1,769||1,972||3,741||3,587||929|
|St Fergus ScoP||447||523||970||817||248|
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