1911 Census of Scotland, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census Returns of Scotland, 1911, showing Area, Houses and Population; also the ages, civil or conjugal condition, occupations, birthplaces, and Institutions. Parts 1-4. Cities of Edinburgh, Glasgow, Dundee, and Aberdeen), Table 1 : " Population of Civil Parishes".

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Area in Acres
[1]
1911
1901
Separate Families
[2]
Houses
Population
Rooms with one or more Windows
[9]
Separate Families
[10]
Houses
Population
Rooms with one or more Windows
[17]
Inhabited
[3]
Uninhabited
[4]
Building
[5]
Males
[6]
Females
[7]
Total
[8]
Inhabited
[11]
Uninhabited
[12]
Building
[13]
Males
[14]
Females
[15]
Total
[16]
Moffat ScoP Total   43,008 Show data context 684 Show data context 637 Show data context 60 Show data context 3 Show data context 1,198 Show data context 1,504 Show data context 2,702 Show data context 3,801 Show data context 655 Show data context 607 Show data context 41 Show data context - 6 Show data context 1,207 Show data context 1,592 Show data context 2,799 Show data context 3,887 Show data context

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