Able-bodied paupers by gender and age

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Year Indoor Outdoor
01 Jan 1905 99 Show data context 372 Show data context
01 Jul 1905 99 Show data context 361 Show data context
01 Jan 1906 110 Show data context 366 Show data context
01 Jul 1906 91 Show data context 372 Show data context
01 Jan 1907 104 Show data context 394 Show data context
01 Jul 1907 118 Show data context 377 Show data context
01 Jan 1908 105 Show data context 392 Show data context
01 Jul 1908 93 Show data context 401 Show data context
01 Jan 1909 128 Show data context 419 Show data context
01 Jul 1909 111 Show data context 409 Show data context
01 Jan 1910 104 Show data context 392 Show data context
01 Jul 1910 106 Show data context 396 Show data context
01 Jan 1911 112 Show data context 390 Show data context
01 Jul 1911 110 Show data context 333 Show data context
01 Jan 1912 103 Show data context 319 Show data context
01 Jul 1912 82 Show data context 318 Show data context
01 Jan 1913 94 Show data context 311 Show data context
01 Jul 1913 88 Show data context 313 Show data context
01 Jan 1914 83 Show data context 300 Show data context
01 Jul 1914 121 Show data context 294 Show data context
01 Jan 1915 121 Show data context 273 Show data context
01 Jan 1916 0 Show data context
01 Jan 1917 0 Show data context
01 Jan 1918 0 Show data context
01 Jan 1919 93 Show data context 234 Show data context
Date: Source:
1905 - 1919 Local Government Board, Annual Report (HM Stationery Office) ,

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The exact meaning of the term 'able-bodied', as used in the Poor Law system, is a matter of some controversy but is generally understood to exclude the aged and infirm, and 'lunatics', but to include large numbers who were temporarily ill. The system's reports consistently divide those receiving relief into Men, Women and Children.

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GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Radnorshire RegC through time | Work and Poverty Statistics | Able-bodied paupers by gender and age, A Vision of Britain through Time.

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Date accessed: 15th May 2021