1931 Census of England and Wales, County Report Part I (Sample Report Title: Census 1931: England and Wales: Series of County Parts, Part I. Counties of Cardiganshire and Pembrokeshire), Table 3 : " Population, Acreage, Private Families and Dwellings".

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Acreage (Land and Inland Water)
[1]
TOTAL POPULATION
PRIVATE FAMILIES AND DWELLINGS, 1931
1921
1931
Private Families
[7]
Population in Private Families
[8]
Structurally Separate Dwellings occupied
[9]
Rooms occupied
[10]
Persons per Room
[11]
Persons
[2]
Persons
[3]
Males
[4]
Females
[5]
Persons per Acre
[6]
Radnorshire AdmC Total   301,165 Show data context 23,517 Show data context 21,323 Show data context 10,565 Show data context 10,758 Show data context - 5,161 Show data context - 5,031 Show data context 29,836 Show data context -
Knighton UD Drill-down 3,664 Show data context 1,701 Show data context 1,836 Show data context 892 Show data context 944 Show data context - 462 Show data context - 456 Show data context 2,409 Show data context -
Llandrindod Wells UD Drill-down 1,509 Show data context 4,596 Show data context 2,925 Show data context 1,182 Show data context 1,743 Show data context - 655 Show data context - 589 Show data context 4,770 Show data context -
Presteign UD Drill-down 2,994 Show data context 1,172 Show data context 1,102 Show data context 498 Show data context 604 Show data context - 311 Show data context - 307 Show data context 1,531 Show data context -
Colwyn RD Drill-down 29,579 Show data context 2,043 Show data context 1,975 Show data context 976 Show data context 999 Show data context - 467 Show data context - 458 Show data context 2,689 Show data context -
Knighton RD Drill-down 88,872 Show data context 4,190 Show data context 3,955 Show data context 2,098 Show data context 1,857 Show data context - 927 Show data context - 922 Show data context 5,340 Show data context -
New Radnor RD Drill-down 51,893 Show data context 2,601 Show data context 2,581 Show data context 1,312 Show data context 1,269 Show data context - 624 Show data context - 619 Show data context 3,447 Show data context -
Painscastle RD Drill-down 31,414 Show data context 2,201 Show data context 2,149 Show data context 1,132 Show data context 1,017 Show data context - 522 Show data context - 518 Show data context 3,090 Show data context -
Rhaeadr RD Drill-down 91,240 Show data context 5,013 Show data context 4,800 Show data context 2,475 Show data context 2,325 Show data context - 1,193 Show data context - 1,162 Show data context 6,560 Show data context -

Notes:

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

1 The figures for Wards are printed in old face type (e.g. 607) and those for Civil Parishes, where different from Wards, in modern face type (e.g. 607).
2 DEFINITIONS: PRIVATE FAMILY. -- Any person or group of persons included in a separate return as being in separate occupation of any premises or part of premises is treated as a separate family for Census purposes, lodgers being so treated when returned as boarding separately and not otherwise. Private families comprise all such families with the exception of those enumerated in (i) Institutions or (ii) business establishments or boarding houses in which the number of resident trade assistants or resident boarders exceeds the number of members of the employer's or householders family (including private domestic servants).
3 DEFINITIONS: STRUCTURALLY SEPARATE DWELLINGS. -- A structurally separate dwelling has been defined for the Census as any room or set of rooms, intended or used for habitation, having separate access either to the street or to a common landing or staircase. Thus each flat in a block of flats is a separate unit; a private house which has not been structurally subdivided is similarly a single unit whether occupied by one family or by several families. But where a private house has been subdivided into maisonettes or portions, each having its front door opening on to the street or on to a common landing or staircase to which visitors have access, then each such portion is treated as a separate unit.
4 DEFINITIONS: ROOMS. -- For the purposes of the Census, the rooms enumerated are the usual living rooms, including bedrooms and kitchens but excluding sculleries, landings, lobbies, closets, bathrooms, or any warehouse, office, or shop rooms.
5 Areas marked (*) have been created or altered during the 1921-1931 intercensal period; for particulars of such creations or alterations (except those relating to Wards), see Table 4.

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