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".

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Area in Acres
[1]
1911
1901
Separate Families
[2]
Houses
Population
Rooms with one or more Windows
[9]
Separate Families
[10]
Houses
Population
Rooms with one or more Windows
[17]
Inhabited
[3]
Uninhabited
[4]
Building
[5]
Males
[6]
Females
[7]
Total
[8]
Inhabited
[11]
Uninhabited
[12]
Building
[13]
Males
[14]
Females
[15]
Total
[16]
Buteshire ScoCnty Total   139,658 Show data context 4,449 Show data context 4,357 Show data context 2,153 Show data context 23 Show data context 8,009 Show data context 10,177 Show data context 18,186 Show data context 19,945 Show data context 4,422 Show data context 4,263 Show data context 1,735 Show data context - 63 Show data context 8,409 Show data context 10,378 Show data context 18,787 Show data context 19,443 Show data context
Cumbrae ScoP   3,511 Show data context 469 Show data context 460 Show data context 628 Show data context 5 Show data context 715 Show data context 992 Show data context 1,707 Show data context 1,789 Show data context 461 Show data context 449 Show data context 525 Show data context - 4 Show data context 733 Show data context 1,036 Show data context 1,769 Show data context 1,942 Show data context
Kilbride ScoP   39,013 Show data context 613 Show data context 595 Show data context 192 Show data context 2 Show data context 1,119 Show data context 1,332 Show data context 2,451 Show data context 3,296 Show data context 610 Show data context 576 Show data context 261 Show data context - 9 Show data context 1,189 Show data context 1,329 Show data context 2,518 Show data context 3,119 Show data context
Kilmory ScoP   67,136 Show data context 495 Show data context 480 Show data context 76 Show data context 4 Show data context 1,102 Show data context 1,075 Show data context 2,177 Show data context 2,467 Show data context 512 Show data context 492 Show data context 58 Show data context - 2 Show data context 1,160 Show data context 1,159 Show data context 2,319 Show data context 2,246 Show data context
Kingarth ScoP   8,990 Show data context 236 Show data context 234 Show data context 147 Show data context 0 Show data context 450 Show data context 517 Show data context 967 Show data context 1,135 Show data context 240 Show data context 232 Show data context 127 Show data context - 511 Show data context 0 Show data context 545 Show data context 1,056 Show data context 1,142 Show data context
North Bute ScoP   18,569 Show data context 375 Show data context 368 Show data context 232 Show data context 4 Show data context 752 Show data context 833 Show data context 1,585 Show data context 1,561 Show data context 373 Show data context 364 Show data context 192 Show data context - 0 Show data context 806 Show data context 941 Show data context 1,747 Show data context 1,656 Show data context
Rothesay ScoP   2,439 Show data context 2,261 Show data context 2,220 Show data context 878 Show data context 8 Show data context 3,871 Show data context 5,428 Show data context 9,299 Show data context 9,697 Show data context 2,226 Show data context 2,150 Show data context 572 Show data context - 48 Show data context 4,010 Show data context 5,368 Show data context 9,378 Show data context 9,338 Show data context

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