Age Structure data in 5-year bands to age 100

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Age in five-year bands to age 100 1911
0 to 4 83 Show data context
5 to 9 94 Show data context
10 to 14 83 Show data context
15 to 19 111 Show data context
20 to 24 100 Show data context
25 to 29 75 Show data context
30 to 34 88 Show data context
35 to 39 68 Show data context
40 to 44 62 Show data context
45 to 49 59 Show data context
50 to 54 54 Show data context
55 to 59 52 Show data context
60 to 64 48 Show data context
65 to 69 32 Show data context
70 to 74 24 Show data context
75 to 79 10 Show data context
80 to 84 7 Show data context
85 to 89 4 Show data context
90 to 94 2 Show data context
95 to 99 0 Show data context
100 and up 0 Show data context
Date: Source:
1911 1911 Census of Scotland, County Report, Table 20 A, 'Population by Conjugal Conditions and Quinquennial Age-Periods - Of Parishes'

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Age data in five-year bands to age 100. This classification of ages was widely used in 19th and early 20th century censuses.

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GB Historical GIS / University of Portsmouth, Cummertrees ScoP through time | Population Statistics | Age Structure data in 5-year bands to age 100, A Vision of Britain through Time.

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Date accessed: 21st May 2019