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County of Lancaster, 1921

Table of Contents

(Pages i-iv) Title page & contents
(Pages v-vi) Preface
(Page vi) Explanatory notes
(6 pages)Contract subtree Population
(Pages ix-xi) Administrative areas
(Page xi) Poor law and registration areas
(Page xi) Parliamentary constituencies
(Page xii) Judicial areas
(13 pages)Contract subtree Buildings, dwellings, rooms and families
(Page xiii) Proportion of families to structurally separate dwellings
(Pages xiii-xiv) Rooms and dwellings
(Pages xiv-xviii) Size of family in relation to number of rooms occupied
(Pages xviii-xix) Comparison of dwellings and units of occupation
(Pages xix-xxiv) Housing in boroughs, urban districts and rural districts
(Page xxiv) Institutions
(5 pages)Contract subtree Sexes, ages and marital conditions
(Page xxvi) Distribution according to age
(Page xxvi) Distribution by marital condition
(Page xxvii) Excess of females over males
(Pages xxvii-xxix) Boroughs, urban districts and rural districts
(Pages xxix-xxx) Education
(19 pages)Contract subtree Occupations
(Page xxx) Proportions occupied at various ages
(Page xxxi) Occupations in the administrative county and its constituent areas
(Pages xxxi-xlii) Occupations of males
(Pages xlii-xlviii) Occupations of females
(Page xlviii) Age distribution in occupations
(Pages xlviii-l) Birthplaces and nationality
(Pages l-li) Dependency and orphanhood
(243 pages)Contract subtree Tables
(Page 1) 1. Population, 1801-1921, and intercensal variations (A. C.)
(Pages 1-3) 2. Population, 1901-1921, and intercensal variations (A. C., C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s and R. D. s)
(Pages 4-22) 3. Population, acreage, private families and dwellings (A. C., C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s, R. D. s, wards of M. B. s and U. D. s, and civil parishes)
(Page 23) 4. Population, acreage, and certain age groups (poor law unions or parishes)
(Pages 23-26) 5. Population and constitution by local government areas (registration districts and sub-districts)
(Pages 27-28) 6. Intercensal changes in boundaries, 1911-21 (administrative and registration areas)
(Page 29) 7. Population and parliamentary electors (parliamentary constituencies)
(Page 30) 8. Constitution by local government areas (parliamentary constituencies)
(Pages 31-32) 9. Population, acreage and constitution (petty sessional divisions)
(Pages 33-61) 10. Buildings, dwellings, rooms and families (A. C., C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s and R. D. s)
(Pages 62-97) 11. Private families and rooms occupied (A. C., C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s and R. D. s)
(Pages 98-100) 12. Institutions (A. C., C. B. s, M. B. s, U. D. s and R. D. s)
(Pages 101-103) 13. Ages (individual years) (A. C., C. B. s and urban areas with more than 50, 000 population)
(Pages 104-107) 14. Ages (quinquennial groups) and marital conditions in combination (A. C., C. B. s and urban areas with more than 50, 000 population)
(Pages 108-116) 14(a). Ages (quinquennial groups) and marital conditions (urban areas with less than 50, 000 population and R. D. s)
(Pages 117-119) 15. Education (A. C. and areas of separate local education authorities)
(Pages 120-183)Contract subtree 16. Occupations (A. C., C. B. s, aggregates of U. D. s and R. D. s and urban areas with more than 20, 000 population)
(Pages 120-127) I. Fishermen
(Pages 120-127) II. Agricultural occupations
(Pages 120-127) III. Mining and Quarrying occupations
(Pages 120-127) IV. Workers in the treatment of non-metalliferous mine and quarry products
(Pages 120-127) V. Makers of bricks, pottery, and glass
(Pages 120-135) VI. Workers in chemical processes; makers of paints, oils, &c
(Pages 128-135) VII. Metal workers (not electro plate or precious metals)
(Pages 136-143) VIII. Workers in precious metals and electro plate
(Pages 136-143) IX. Electrical apparatus makers and fitters (not elsewhere enumerated) and electricians
(Pages 136-143) X. Makers of watches, clocks, and scientific instruments
(Pages 136-143) XI. Workers in skins and leather, and makers of leather and leather substitute goods (not boots or shoes)
(Pages 136-143) XII. Textile workers
(Pages 144-151) XIII. Makers of textile goods and articles of dress
(Pages 144-151) XIV. Makers of food, drinks, and tobacco
(Pages 144-151) XV. Workers in wood and furniture
(Pages 144-159) XVI. Makers of and workers in paper and cardboard; printers, bookbinders, photographers, &c
(Pages 152-159) XVII. Builders, bricklayers, stone and slate workers; contractors
(Pages 152-159) XVIII. Painters and decorators
(Pages 152-159) XIX. Workers in other materials
(Pages 152-167) XX. Workers in mixed or undefined materials (not elsewhere enumerated)
(Pages 160-167) XXI. Persons employed in gas, water and electricity undertakings
(Pages 160-167) XXII. Persons employed in transport and communication
(Pages 160-175) XXIII. Commercial, finance, and insurance occupations (excluding clerks)
(Pages 168-175) XXIV. Persons employed in public administration and defence (excluding professional men, clerical staff, and typists)
(Pages 168-175) XXV. Professional occupations (excluding clerical staff)
(Pages 168-175) XXVI. Persons employed in entertainments and sport
(Pages 168-183) XXVII. Persons engaged in personal service (including institutions, clubs, hotels, &c.)
(Pages 176-183) XXVIII. Clerks and draughtsmen; typists
(Pages 176-183) XXIX. Warehousemen, storekeepers, and packers
(Pages 176-183) XXX. Stationary engine drivers, dynamo and motor attendants
(Pages 176-183) XXXI. Other and undefined workers
(Pages 176-183) XXXII. Retired or not gainfully occupied
(Pages 184-200) 17. Occupations (condensed list) by sex (urban areas with less than 20, 000 population and R. D. s)
(Pages 201-218) 18. Occupations (condensed list) by marital condition, industrial status and 12 age groups (A. C., C. B. s and urban areas with more than 50, 000 population)
(Page 219) 19. Proportion of occupied to total persons in various age groups 1911 and 1921 (A. C., C. B. s and urban areas with more than 50, 000 population)
(Page 220) 20. Proportion of single, married, widowed, and of employers, workers, etc., in various groups of occupations (A. C.)
(Pages 221-222) 21. Birthplaces (A. C., C. B. s and urban areas with more than 50, 000 population)
(Pages 223-231) 22. Foreign born population by country of birth and nationality (A. C., C. B. s and urban areas with more than 50, 000 population)
(Pages 232-233) 22a. Aliens by country of birth, age, and marital condition (A. C.)
(Pages 234-237) 22b. Aliens by country of birth and occupation (A. C.)
(Page 238) 23. Dependency. Number and distribution of families (children under 16) by age and marital condition of parent and size of family (A. C.)
(Pages 239-240) 24. Orphanhood of children aged less than 15, in age groups (A. C., C. B. s and urban areas with more than 50, 000 population)
(Pages 241-242) 24a. Orphanhood of children aged less than 15 (urban areas with less than 50, 000 population, and R. D. s)