Males and Females

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Year Male Female
1801 2,298 Show data context 2,783 Show data context
1811 2,346 Show data context 2,799 Show data context
1821 3,246 Show data context 3,532 Show data context
1831 3,283 Show data context 3,823 Show data context
1841 3,528 Show data context 4,240 Show data context
1851 3,864 Show data context 4,427 Show data context
1861 3,997 Show data context 4,414 Show data context
1881 7,269 Show data context 7,948 Show data context
1891 9,627 Show data context 10,670 Show data context
1911 18,650 Show data context 22,249 Show data context
1921 20,578 Show data context 25,289 Show data context
1931 27,727 Show data context 32,622 Show data context
1951 37,853 Show data context 45,112 Show data context
1961 43,138 Show data context 49,526 Show data context
1971 50,371 Show data context 56,422 Show data context
1981 52,593 Show data context 57,861 Show data context
1991 63,854 Show data context 69,228 Show data context
2001 66,052 Show data context 72,229 Show data context
2011 72,121 Show data context 75,524 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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Date accessed: 25th March 2019