Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 15,026 Show data context 18,450 Show data context
1811 19,443 Show data context 22,213 Show data context
1821 21,589 Show data context 25,150 Show data context
1831 22,024 Show data context 28,381 Show data context
1841 24,844 Show data context 28,498 Show data context
1851 35,162 Show data context 36,302 Show data context
1861 48,286 Show data context 46,543 Show data context
1881 63,516 Show data context 66,593 Show data context
1891 77,891 Show data context 83,817 Show data context
1911 116,785 Show data context 117,488 Show data context
1921 121,394 Show data context 126,688 Show data context
1931 121,434 Show data context 130,751 Show data context
1951 114,968 Show data context 117,906 Show data context
1961 103,929 Show data context 111,360 Show data context
1971 96,967 Show data context 100,767 Show data context
1981 81,732 Show data context 87,608 Show data context
1991 84,791 Show data context 89,906 Show data context
2001 92,023 Show data context 94,663 Show data context
2011 103,201 Show data context 101,855 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 06th August 2020