1931 Census of Scotland, County Report (Sample Report Title: Census 1931: Scotland: City and County Parts. County of Clackmannan), Table 1 : " Population of Burghs, Districts of Counties, and Civil Parishes".

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1931
1921
1911
Area in Acres (1931)
[16]
Population
Separate Occupiers
[4]
Houses
Windowed Rooms (Occupied Houses only)
[7]
Population
Separate Occupiers
[11]
Houses
Windowed Rooms (Occupied Houses only)
[14]
Population (Both Sexes)
[15]
Both Sexes
[1]
Males
[2]
Females
[3]
Occupied
[5]
Unoccupied
[6]
Both Sexes
[8]
Males
[9]
Females
[10]
Occupied
[12]
Unoccupied
[13]
Annan DoC Total   5,001 Show data context 2,418 Show data context 2,583 Show data context 1,313 Show data context 1,288 Show data context 90 Show data context 5,586 Show data context 5,315 Show data context 2,493 Show data context 2,822 Show data context 1,263 Show data context 1,248 Show data context 155 Show data context 5,448 Show data context - 24,793 Show data context

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