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Fertility of marriage (part II), 1911

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(Pages i-v) Title page & contents
(Page vi) Preface
(186 pages)Contract subtree Report
(74 pages)Expand subtree Part I
(98 pages)Expand subtree Part II. Sectional populations
(13 pages)Expand subtree Appendix A. Correlation of fertility with the age of parents, with mortality, etc
(Page clxx) Appendix B. Summary of table 1, part I, England and Wales. Families and mortality therein, classified by age of husband
(260 pages)Contract subtree Tables
(Page 2)Expand subtree Explanatory notes
(Page 3) Tables 1-16. See part I
(Page 3) Table 17. England and Wales. Married couples, and children born to them, classified by quinquennia of marriage duration and single years of wife's age at marriage
(Page 4) Table 18. England and Wales. Married couples, and children born to them, classified by quinquennia of wife's marriage age and single years of duration
(Pages 5-6)Expand subtree Table 19. England and Wales. Families classified by age of wife at marriage, duration of marriage and size of family (number of children born)
(Pages 7-13)Expand subtree Table 20. England and Wales. Numbers of children born and dead in families of all sizes, classified by size of family (number of children born), duration of marriage and age of wife at marriage
(Pages 14-15) Table 21. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Families and mortality therein classified by size of tenement occupied, by duration of marriage, and by age of wife at marriage. N. B. The figures in this table relate only to families returned as occupiers of private tenements
(Page 16) Table 22. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Families, and mortality therein, classified by duration of marriage and by age of wife at marriage
(Page 17) Table 23. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Married couples, children born and children dead, classified by social status (as indicated by husband's occupation), by duration of marriage, and by age of wife at marriage
(Pages 18-20) Table 24. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife's age exceeded 45 years at census. Married couples, children born, and children dead, classified by social status (as indicated by husband's occupation), by duration of marriage, and by age of wife at marriage
(Page 21) Table 25. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Total and effective fertility, and child mortality, classified by social status (as indicated by husband's occupation), by duration of marriage, and by age of wife at marriage
(Page 22) Table 26. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. One million wives distributed amongst the social classes as at the census (according to husband's occupation), but on the assumption of uniform age at marriage and duration of marriage in each class
(Page 23) Table 27. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Calculated number of children born and of children surviving to a standard million families distributed throughout the social classes on the assumption of uniform age at marriage and duration of marriage in each class
(Pages 24-26) Table 28. England and Wales. Fertility and child mortality in eight social classes (as indicated by husband's occupation) and in all classes jointly, distinguishing duration of marriage and age of wife at marriage. N. B. This table differs from table 25 in applying to all marriages, whether the wife's census age was under or over 45. Fertility rates for marriages where (he wife's census age exceeded 45 years will be found in table XLIV (page xcvii)
(Page 27) Table 29. England and Wales. Duration of marriage and age of wife at marriage in all families as affected by social class. Distribution of families by duration of marriage and age of wife at marriage per million total families in each class
(Pages 28-73)Expand subtree Table 30. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Married couples, children born, and children dead, classified by occupation of the husband, duration of marriage, and age of wife at marriage
(Pages 74-79) Table 31. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Standardized numbers of children born per 100 couples, distinguishing husband's occupation, duration of marriage, and wife's marriage age
(Pages 80-85) Table 32. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Standardized numbers of children born per 100 couples, distinguishing husband's occupation, duration of marriage, and wife's marriage age, per cent. of the corresponding numbers for the total occupied and unoccupied couples in England and Wales
(Pages 86-91) Table 33. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Standardized numbers of children surviving per 100 couples, distinguishing husband's occupation, duration of marriage, and wife's marriage age
(Pages 92-97) Table 34. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Standardized numbers of children surviving per 100 couples, distinguishing husband's occupation, duration of marriage, and wife's marriage age, per cent. of the corresponding numbers for the total occupied and unoccupied couples in England and Wales
(Pages 98-143)Expand subtree Table 35. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife's age exceeded 45 years at census. Married couples, children born, and children dead, classified by occupation of the husband, duration of marriage, and age of wife at marriage
(Pages 144-150) Table 36. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife's age exceeded 45 years at census. Numbers of children born per 100 couples, distinguishing husband's occupation and wife's marriage age, and the ratios of these numbers to the corresponding numbers for the total population, taken as 100 in each case
(Pages 151-160) Table 37. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Married couples, children born, and children dead, classified by occupation of wife, duration of marriage, and age of wife at marriage
(Pages 161-162) Table 38. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Standardized numbers of children born per 100 couples, distinguishing wife's occupation, duration of marriage, and wife's marriage age
(Pages 163-164) Table 39. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Standardized numbers of children born, distinguishing wife's occupation, duration of marriage, and wife's marriage age, per cent. of the corresponding numbers for the total occupied and unoccupied in England and Wales
(Pages 165-166) Table 40. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Standardized numbers of children surviving per 100 couples, distinguishing wife's occupation, duration of marriage, and wife's marriage age
(Pages 167-168) Table 41. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife bad not attained the age of 45 years at census. Standardized numbers of children surviving, distinguishing wife's occupation, duration of marriage, and wife's marriage age, per cent. of the corresponding numbers for the total occupied and unoccupied in England and Wales
(Page 169) Table 42. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. (a) Standardized numbers of children born and surviving per 100 couples among agriculturists, miners, textile workers, and the remaining population in certain localities, distinguishing duration of marriage and wife's marriage age; and (b) the ratios of these numbers per cent. of the corresponding numbers for the total population of England and Wales
(Pages 170-171) Table 43. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Married couples, children born, and children dead, among agriculturists, textile workers, miners, and the remaining population in certain localities, classified by duration of marriage and age of wife at marriage
(Pages 172-216)Expand subtree Table 44. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Married couples, children born, and children dead, classified by area of enumeration, duration of marriage, and age of wife at marriage
(Pages 217-260)Expand subtree Table 45. England and Wales. Marriages where the wife had not attained the age of 45 years at census. Married couples, children born, and children dead, classified by birth-place of husband and of wife, and by place of enumeration, with distinction of duration of marriage and age of wife at marriage