Social History Studies
The following links provide access to a number of social studies based on data extracted from the census database.
School attendance. During the census years various Acts were passed with the aim if improving child education leading to the requirement that all children attended school at least partially funded by central government.
The popularity of Christian names. With the birth of a Son George to Prince William, these two Christian names will undoubtedly become more popular. Interestingly, these were the two most popular christan names in most of the census years 1841 - 1901.
Number of persons in an age range. The numbers are presented in tables and graphs. A facility is provided to specify a number of age ranges.
Numbers of households and buildings. The numbers are presented in tables and graphs showing the numbers in each occupation status. There is a link to identify all unoccupied buildings.
There is a link to a table identifying all unoccupied buildings.
A facility is provided to extract the data for individual streets or combinations of streets.
Birth places.The number of persons born in each English county, or foreign country etc. for each census year, presented in tabular form
Birth place map.The percentage of persons born in each English county for each census year, presented in the form of a coloured map with the percentage represented by the colour hue.
Friday Street (North).A detailed study of the North side of Friday Street, including the probable building occupied by each household.