4 edition of Results of a census of New South Wales taken for the night of the 31st March, 1901. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||HA3013 1901|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||818|
|LC Control Number||08005331|
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Results of a census of New South Wales taken for the night of the 31st March, This book includes tables of statistics collected in the NSW census. Also published as part of Colonial statistics: catalogue of Australian statistical publications,available on microfiche in the Family History & Newspapers Room at LTMF Author: Sarah Matthews.
Censuses were also taken in many British colonies on the same dates as in the United Kingdom. Surviving records of these will normally be found in the country of origin, and not in The National Archives. The only exceptions to this are: 1901.
book of settlers and convicts in New South Wales and Tasmania in HO 10/ Population. A New Zealand census was held in March The population was given asconsisting of 43, Māori, 31 Moriori, andothers.
– an increase in the non-Māori population of % over the previous census in Decades: s, s, s, s, s. NewBruce (), From Colonial to State Border, Charles Sturt University, Albury. Results of a Census of New South Wales, taken on the night of the 31st March, ( Parr, Tom E.
(), Reminiscences of a NSW South West Settler, Heatherstone Book, Carlton Press, Inc., Results of a Census of New South Wales, taken on the night of the 31st March. The English diaspora consists of English people and their descendants who emigrated from diaspora is concentrated in the English-speaking world in countries such as the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Scotland, Ireland, Wales and to a lesser extent, South Africa, South America (most notably in Argentina 1901.
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Results of a Census of New South Wales taken for the Night of 31st March, Government Printer: Sydney Statistical Register of New South Wales. 'Statistical Summary of Victoria from to Inclusive', I Victoriann Year Book, Statistics of New South Wales, from toto & to The Sheffield Census was taken on the night of 31 March It has been completely transcribed for and on behalf the British Government and is available to search online through the website atTerms and Conditions will apply.
The Sheffield Census was taken on the night of 2 April The England & Wales Census of was taken on 31 March and was the seventh census of England and Wales. For each household member, the census recorded name, gender, age at last birthday, relationship to the head of the family, marital status, occupation, place of.
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The census was Results of a census of New South Wales taken for the night of the 31st March out in and every ten years thereafter. The census estimated the population of England and Wales.
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According to a census return taken inwe find that Lieut. Bell had a family of nine children, as follow:—Maria, Francis, and Eliza, who came to the colony in with their parents; those born in New South Wales being Mary Ann, Archibald, Matilda, Sophia Rebecca, and James Thomas.
The census of increased this total to 3,9 11, exclusive of wild Indians and a percentage for omissions customarily used in South American census returns. 0 The total for the years was 3, and the departures 1, showing a net gain of 1, He had married Elizabeth Peart shortly before their departure, and they had ten children born in New South Wales between and Their second daughter, Mary Ann () had two marriages, and recent DNA test results show a degree of cousinship (5th cousin) between myself and a descendant from each of these marriages.
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45 In a broad general way these considerations can be taken into account by subtracting from the sum of the values of the net products of various industries, as defined in the Census of Production, the value of the annual depreciation, which signifies the annual cost of renewal and repair of all kinds of machinery and plant Thus, if a.
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