3 edition of Census 1991 Index of populated areas in Scotland. found in the catalog.
Census 1991 Index of populated areas in Scotland.
General Register Office, Scotland.
ADMINISTRATIVE RECORDS OF THE BUREAU OF THE CENSUS History: A permanent Census Office was established in the Department of the Interior by an act of March 6, (32 Stat. 51), effective July 1, Transferred to the newly established Department of Commerce and Labor by act of Febru (32 Stat. ). Wishaw is a post-industrial large town in North Lanarkshire, Scotland, on the edge of the Clyde Valley, 15 miles (24 km) south-east of Glasgow city centre. The Burgh of Wishaw was formed in ; it formed a joint large burgh with its neighbour Motherwell from until its dissolution when Scottish local authorities were restructured in The town is part of the Motherwell Country: Scotland.
A census is an official list of the people in a particular area at a given time, while voter lists show those who were registered to vote in a certain area. The valuable information found on census records helps you to understand your family in their time and place. Voter Lists serve as a confirmation of residence in between the years that the census was taken. Dundee (/ d ʌ n ˈ d iː / (); Scottish Gaelic: Dùn Dè or Dùn Dèagh [ˈt̪uːn tʲeː]) is Scotland's fourth-largest city and the 51st-most-populous built-up area in the United Kingdom. The mid-year population estimate for was ,, giving Dundee a population density of 2,/km 2 or 6,/sq mi, the second-highest in Scotland. It lies within the eastern central Lowlands on the Country: Scotland.
Census of Canada, = Recensement du Canada, Issues about this Census and this Database. Some census records have not survived. Consult the list of Census Districts and Sub-districts to find out what sub-districts are missing. For the census, the pages were not microfilmed in order. Facts About Scotland Situated within vibrant Europe, Scotland is a progressive nation built on innovation, creativity and the fabulous warmth of its people. Here you'll find a range of Scottish facts, from quirky and fun to historic and informative.
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Population. The population figures shown are derived from the Census taken on the night of 21 April of that year. All areas in the Index are aggregations of Census Output Areas.
Council Area. The local government reorganisation of Scotland in created 32 Council Areas, these replaced the 9 Regions and 56 Districts. Census: Extract of 'Index of Populated Areas in Scotland' (continued) Blackburn West Lothian 5, Blackford Perth & Kinross Census: Extract of 'Index of Populated Areas in Scotland' (continued) Col (Coll) Comhairle nan Eilean Siar 1, Coldingham Scottish.
Census: Extract of 'Index of Populated Areas in Scotland' Locality Council Area Residents Aberchirder Aberdeenshire 1, Aberdeen Aberdeen CityAberdour Fife 1, Aberfeldy Perth & Kinross 1, Aberfoyle Stirling Aberlady East Lothian Aberlour Moray Abernethy Perth & Kinross Aboyne Aberdeenshire 2, We hold records of the census of the population of Scotland for and every tenth year thereafter (with the exception of the wartime year of when no census was taken) and of the sample census of Census records are closed for years under the Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act The first reports to be produced from the Census were the Preliminary Reports of counts of population and household spaces for local authority districts in England and Wales and, separately, for districts in Scotland.
They were published in July (and a corrected version for England and Wales published in December ). The figures wereFile Size: KB. The Census Data Explorer provides access to Scotland’s Census results. Data are provided on a wide range of topics derived from Scotland’s Census Census questionnaire.
The Census Data Explorer provides free access to Scotland's Census data. Guidance to help you find the data you are looking for can be found here. Population and Housing Unit Estimates Datasets A dataset is a file for public use to download for analysis in spreadsheet, statistical, or geographic information systems software.
Subnational data files include Federal Information Processing System (FIPS) codes, which uniquely identify geographic areas. The census was taken on Sunday 5 April under the provisions of the Act for Taking the Census of Scotland (53 & 54 Vict c).
The Commission appointed under the Local Government (Scotland) Act was still in the process of assessing the boundaries of civil parishes and counties at the time.
The population of Scotland on 5 April was. Population counts are available for the 50 most populous urban areas (). Census bicentenary information: Historical information from a series of articles and area monitors.
Other websites offer a variety of data from to Censuses. -- Select a section -- 1. A guide to earlier census data 2. Obtaining historic census data 3. Using and comparing earlier census data 4. Census geography 6. Change and comparability 7. Main areas: England and Wales: for which census results have been reported, by census date 8.
A guide to earlier census data. Defining Scotland by Rurality. The Scottish Government Urban Rural Classification provides a standard definition of rural areas in Scotland.
This classification is updated every two years to incorporate the most recent Small Area Population Estimates (SAPE) produced by National Records of Scotland (NRS) and Royal Mail Postcode Address File (PAF). NRS Small Area Population. The census records 94 Scottish islands as having a usually resident population of which 89 are offshore islands.
There are however various complications with both the definitions of an "island" and occasional habitation and the National Records of Scotland also list a further 17 islands that were inhabited in but notor are "included in the NRS statistical.
Scotland's Census paints an important picture of the characteristics of our population. The information is vital to help shape Scotland's future by informing key decisions on how services such as transport, housing, schools and hospitals are planned.
Planning is now underway for Scotland’s Census 2. Built-up Area / Built-up Area Sub-division. BUAs and BUASDs are a new geography, created as part of the Census outputs.
This data provides information on the villages, towns and cities where people live, and allows comparisons between people living in built-up areas and those living elsewhere.
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Frequently Asked Questions. References & Links. Facts About Scotland. Capital Edinburgh. Population 5, at June A sq.
miles. Government Scotland has been ruled by the British Parliament, although it maintained its own system of laws, education and established church. A Scottish Parliament opened in Money Scottish banknotes are available in the following. Institutions and vessels do not have schedule numbers, instead the information was recorded directly into special enumeration books with numbered pages, as in previous census years.
Censuses for Scotland and Ireland Scotland, Search and view the census returns for Scotland from to at Scotlandspeople (£). The geography of the census consists of a hierarchical subdivision of UK local government areas of various types down to sub-authority areas, such as wards, to lower levels created specifically for census purposes such as enumeration districts inand or output areas in and SIMD ranks small areas (called data zones) from most deprived (ranked 1) to least deprived (ranked 6,).
People using SIMD will often focus on the data zones below a certain rank, for example, the 5%, 10%, 15% or 20% most deprived data zones in Scotland. SIMD provides a wealth of information to help improve the understanding about the.
The United Nations Statistics Division collects, compiles and disseminates official demographic and social statistics on a wide range of topics. Data have been collected since through a set of questionnaires dispatched annually to over national statistical offices and have been published in the Demographic Yearbook collection.
A census is a complete population count for a given area or place taken on a specific date. The census is considered to be the first modern UK census. Find your ancestors in the census with the free search available on our website.
You will also find some practical information about the UK census and how to use it to research your family.It comprises four indicators judged to represent material disadvantage in the population (lack of car ownership, low occupational social class [4 & 5], overcrowded households and male unemployment).
The index has also been produced based onand Census .The Census Bureau's National Processing Center (NPC) in Jeffersonville, IN, maintains copies of the to census records.
Records from the censuses of population and housing are publicly accessible 72 years after each decennial census' "Census Day." The most recent publicly available census records are from the census, released April 2,