Infant Deaths

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Year All Infant Deaths
1886 635 Show data context
1887 676 Show data context
1888 591 Show data context
1889 486 Show data context
1890 653 Show data context
1891 647 Show data context
1892 590 Show data context
1893 602 Show data context
1894 632 Show data context
1895 617 Show data context
1896 669 Show data context
1897 615 Show data context
1898 670 Show data context
1899 658 Show data context
1900 649 Show data context
1901 584 Show data context
1902 533 Show data context
1903 523 Show data context
1904 509 Show data context
1905 486 Show data context
1906 470 Show data context
1907 432 Show data context
1908 432 Show data context
1909 376 Show data context
1910 330 Show data context
1911 449 Show data context
Date: Source:
1886 - 1911 Registrar General, Quarterly Report (HM Stationery Office) ,

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Deaths under 12 months, grouped into non-additive categories. Total deaths under 12 months was reported at much earlier dates than the more specific groups.

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GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Kensington PLPar/PLU/RegD through time | Life and Death Statistics | Infant Deaths, A Vision of Britain through Time.

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Date accessed: 10th August 2020