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Here we are presenting statistics for a historical unit, which may have changed its boundaries significantly during the period covered.
The following alternative names exist:
|DUNINO||Preferred||English||1951 Census of Scotland, Table 1, 'Comparison of population, density per 100 acres, and houses with 1931', for 'Burghs, Districts of Counties and CPs'.|
|DENINO||Alternate||English||1851 Census of Great Britain, Table , 'Population Abstract'.|
We know of no associations with other units.
This unit was part of the following units:
|FIFE||Scottish County||1845||1975||1951 Census of Scotland, Table 1, 'Comparison of population, density per 100 acres, and houses with 1931', for 'Burghs, Districts of Counties and CPs'.|
This unit was affected by the following changes:
|Date||Type of change||Other unit involved||Area transferred||Authority|
|1891||was enlarged by gaining part of||CRAIL||So much of the parish of Crail (as the said parish is delineated in the Ordnance Survey maps) as lies to the east of the centre of the Limelands Avenue (otherwise known as the Brake and Sorbie Road), and to the north of the march between the estate of Dunino and the estate of Kingsmuir.||H. Shennan, Boundaries of Counties and Parishes in Scotland (Edinburgh: Wm. Green & Sons, 1892), p. 82.|
We know of no units which were contained within this unit.
GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Dunino ScoP through time | Census tables with data for the Scottish Parish, A Vision of Britain through Time.
Date accessed: 30th March 2017