1921 Census of England and Wales, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1921: England and Wales: Series of County Parts. County of Cheshire), Table 3 : " Population, Acreage, Private Families and Dwellings".

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Area in Statute Acres (Land and Inland Water)
[1]
Total Population
Private Families and Dwellings
1911
1921
Private Families
[7]
Population in Private Families
[8]
Structurally Separate Dwellings occupied
[9]
Rooms occupied
[10]
Rooms per Person
[11]
Persons
[2]
Persons
[3]
Males
[4]
Females
[5]
Persons per Acre
[6]
Eastleigh MB/UD Total   2,029 Show data context 15,247 Show data context 15,613 Show data context 8,002 Show data context 7,611 Show data context - 3,585 Show data context - 3,176 Show data context 18,065 Show data context -
Bishopstoke AP/CP   499 Show data context 2,191 Show data context 2,224 Show data context 1,140 Show data context 1,084 Show data context - 511 Show data context - 480 Show data context 2,553 Show data context -
Eastleigh CP/Tg   1,530 Show data context 13,056 Show data context 13,389 Show data context 6,862 Show data context 6,527 Show data context - 3,074 Show data context - 2,696 Show data context 15,512 Show data context -

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