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4061
269


37726
1745


49900
2733


49696
2576


43829
2260


38932
2049


31760
1683


25009
1428


17236
1031


11588
774


6594
383


3044
197


1091
66


264
16


53

2


4
1






314179


1491B


339097


resident with
them

Wives whose
Husbands were
absent -


8


314179 Wi
wer

17516 Wi
we


B(?s whose Husbands
e resident with them.

ves whose Husbands
re absent.


Tc


tal of Wivi;s
enumerated -


in7s


33:K


4320


29471


52639


52273


40089


40981


3.3443


26497


18267


12862


6976


3241


1146


280


66


6








331695 To
me


tal o£ W
rated.


VES enu-



YORKSHIEE.J



CIVIL CONDITION OF THE PEOPLE.



4G3



Table 9. — Ages of Husbands and their Wives in combination — continued.



Registration or Union County:— YORKSHIRE:— 3G EAST RIDING {with York).



Years ol Age.



AGE OP WIFE.



15-16-



17-U



19-



20-



21-^4



30-



40-



45-



50-



55- 00-



70-



75-



80-



85-



90-



95-



100
and






^^



t=is











15-


















.










.



























IG-






















































,




17-








1










































1




1




IS-


3






1


3


2


2


2




































13


6


18




19-








6


3


U


12


7


1



































43


6


49




20-








9


U


31


61


13


7


2
































171


39


200




21-








23


77


17S


283


1398


151)


39


7


3


1


























3438


288


2746




25-










21


68


190


1876


S193


795


111


19


2


3


1




.


















li2SS


571


8859




30-










8


1


32


512


2158


3037


VHi


149


2S


10


3






1
















0988


535


7573




35-










1




9


121


761


2185


2673


676


158


21


5


1


















0619


508


7127




•10-












1


3


U


23S


829


1'.132


2293


578


131


27


11


1
















6080


463


6542


hi


«-














1


20


60


359


738


1675


2045


624


91


19


7


1














5641


427


5968


w


50-
















7


22


93


337


708


11 W


1885


-19 1


138


20


6














6061


416


6166


O


55-
















1


8


47


84


209


619


1117


1390


378


89


17


2












3792


266


4048


^


60-
















S


4


13


41


73


201


474


838


976


21.5


66


5


3


1








2943


216


3168


<1


65-
















.


3


8


16


38


71


187


293


569


596


135


40


6










1911


120


2031




70-




















4


6


9


28


71


88


233


353


346


78


18


2








i3.",i;


74


1310




75-
















1




1


2


1


9


15


27


64


107


160


136


26





1






556


19


576




80-
























3


3


S


7


11


20


61


66


37


6


2






208


8


214




85-
















.












3


4


4


2


7


9


9


8


1






47


3


50




90-






























1




1






2


3








7


.


7




95-

100
^& upwards


}


























.




.




.














.


:


*


Wives whose


2




7 51


127


29


3 593


4037


7196


7311


6691


5854


6113


4499


3169


2106


1411


790


337


101


25


4






49949 3993


63943


resident -with
them

Wives whose


49949 Wives whose Husbands
were resident with them.


Husbands were
absent






t 4


21


4


) 26


638


730


640


564


499


399


369


266


184


104


48


16


6


2








4169 Wives whose Husbands
were absent.


To
c


bal of "WiTES
numerated -


}^


1


55


148


31


; 619


4575


7926


7951


7155


6353


5511


4868


3425


2590


1645


838


353


107


27


4






5 1108 Total of Wives enume-
rated.



Registration or Union County :— YORKSHIRE :— 37 NORTH RIDING.



Years ol Age.



AGE OF WIPE.



r

15-16-17-18- 19-1 20



21-2<



25-



30-



35-



40-



45-



50-



55- GO-



65-70-



75-180-



85-90-



95-



100'

and

upw".



" §:



ij ^



■2:-'Sg



35.3



£.a S.-S



•a.SS
'I I



(q








r 16-
16-
































































17-










:


.




1




































2




2




18-








1




1








































4


3


7




19-








1


(


) 10


t


4


3
















.


















29


9


38




20-








5




IS


If


29


6




2






























76


17


93




21-








20


4'


104


16'


76S


240


36


7


2


1


























1384


111


1495




25-








4


2_


. 68


1S(


1266


1993


493


84


21


3


3
























4078


272


1318


1


30-








1


:


12


2i


432


1768


1982


497


106


28


6


2


1




















4864


293


5157


35-












:


L 4




r 88


617


1664


1703


609


120


22


2






















4696


268


4964


40-














1




26


188


673


1363


1601


489


130


33


11


2


















<1602


266


4758


p




43-


















6


57


180


689


1202


1458


468


103


25


4


















4092


236


4328


50-


















6


32


69


219


377


1076


1384


313


123


24




! 1




1










3759


213


4003


66-


















3


12


26


71


153


420


849


998


263


86


1


) 6


2










3899


168


3067


C6


60-


















2


S


14


28


67


163


349


600


763


210


4


5 7


4










2238


141


2379


<


65-


















1


4


6


11


SO


69


137


283


601


473


16


3 31


5


2








1703


63


1766




70-




















1


3


8


9


36


41


86


232


341


30


3 75


20


2








1140


25


1165




75-






















2


4


3


6


24


25


69


108


18


3 168


31


4


1






012


11


626




80-
























2


3


2


3


4


14


23


4


1 46


52


3


1






195


4


199




85-




























2




2


1


8




i IS


13


8


.






55




55




90-


































1






I


2


2








6




8




95-
































1




















1


1


2




100
.& upwards


\^










8


r 204





















1


















1





1


Wives whose
Husbands were


3


S3


35


! 2617


4916


5048


4011


4273


3863


3306


2469


1975


1278


77


1 330


129


21


3


1


1


36333


3123


38150


resident with
them

Wives whose


36333 Wives whose Husbands
were resident with them.


Husbands were
absent


r


1




3


1


2 19


1.


269


378


427


342


278


306


242


165


103


40


2


) 10


3


1








2633 W
wer


Ives whose Husbands
i abseut.


To(
e


alofWlVB3
numerated -




i


34


9


) 233


37C


2886


5394


6475


4986


4561


4168


3648


2634


2078


1318


79


L 346


132


22


2


1


1


38960 To
rate


tal of Wiv
d.


E3 emime-



Por Note as to tlie method of reading the,5e Tables, see preceding page.



464



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. IX.



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.
DIVISION IX.— YORKSHIEE.



Table 10. — Occupations of Males and Females, distinguishing those under 20 Years of Age from those of

20 Years and tqnuarcls—ln Classes, Orders, and Sub-orders.*



Classes, Oedees, a:;d Sub-oedees.



All Ages.



Persons. Males. Pemaies,



Under 20 Yeaes
OE Age.



Males. Pemales.



20 Yeaes OB AaE

and UPWAED3.



Males. Femaxes,



CLASSES.

I. PSOFSSSSOSTAXi CZiASS _ - .

II. UOMESTIC CIiASS _ . .

XII. COnZMSKCIAXi CIiASS _ . -

IV. AOEICUS.TUKAI, CIiASS - -

V. IMBB-STRIAI. CI.ASS - - _ .

VI, ErrUEPIWITE AITD WOOTPSIOBITCTIVE CIiASS



Class I.



Class II




Class VI. .{



ORDEES.

Persons engaged in the General or Local Government of the
Country

Persons engaged in the Defence of the Country

Persons engaged in the Learned Professions or in Lite-
rature, Art, and Science (with their immediate Suh-
ordinates)

"Wives and ■Wo:itEN engaged generally in Household Duties
but assisting in certain eases in the Husbands' Business

Persons engaged in entertaining, and performing Personal
Oefices for Man

Persons -who buy or sell, keei' or lend Money, Houses, or
Goods o/" various Kinds

Persons engaged in the Conveyance of Men, Animals, Goods,
and Messages

Persons possessing or working the Land, and engaged in growing
Grain, Fruits, Grasses, Animals, and other Products

Persons engaged about Animals

Persons engaged in Art arid Mechanic Productions, in which
Matters of various kinds are used in combination

Persons working and dealing in the Textile Pabkics and in
Dress

Persons working and dealing in Pood and Drinks

Persons loorhing and dealing in Animal Substances

Persons working and dealing in Vegetable Substances

Persons working and dealing in Minerals

Labourers and others — Branch of labour undefined

Persons of Rank or Property not returned under any Office
or Occupation

Scholars and Children not engaged in any directly Pro-
ductive Occupation



sub-ordehs.



Order

Sub Order
1. 1. Officers of National Government

2. Officers of Local Government

3. Officers of East India and Colonial Government



a- 1. Array
2. Navy



Class I.



1. Clergyman, Mhiisters, and Others connected with Keligion

2. Lai\yers and Law Stationers

.'1. Physicians, Surgeons, and Druggists

i. Authors, Literary Persons, and Students

.'). j^rtists

C. Musicians

7. Actors

S. Teachers

9. Scientific Persons



r *■



Class II.



L



1. wives and others mainly engaged in Household Duties

2. Wives assisting generally in their Husbands' Business



1. Engaged in Board and Lodging

2. Attendants (Domestic Servants, &c.)



2,395,569



45,419
582,633

67,966
136,134
706,201
857,216



6,199
3,834

35,386

452,503

130,130

21,888

46,078

126,618
9,516

142,261

352,221

44,408

8,157

13,189

145,965
64,808

14,575

777,833



2,367

3,823

9



3,448
386



3,582

2,661

4,292

10,123

1,105

1,594

582

10,993

364



409,744
42,759



12,590
117,540



1,183,826



30,454

16,305

62,320

119,884

508,921



1,211,743



445,942 411,274



5,855
3,834



20,765

16,305

17,976

44,344

110,395
9,489

137,144

172,048

37,667

7,384

11,845

142,833
60,685

1,850

383,407



14,965

566,328

5,646

16,250
197,280



553,901



2,188

3,658

9



3,448
386



3,308
2,660
4,055
4,169
1,095
1,038

426
3,651

363



7,627
8,678



344

14,621

452,503

.113,825

3,912

1,734

16,223

27

5,117

180,173
6,741
773
1,344
3,132
4,123

12,725

394,426



7,415

2,214

13,107

22,029

113,486

395,650



554,348



179
165



274

1

237

5,954

100

556

156

7,342

1



409,744
42,759



4,963
108,862



466
555



6,394

2,214

3,017

10,090

20,444
1,585

25,943

48,878

4,922

1,222

2,129

30,392

12,225

IS

383,407



7,549

67,743

1,032

4,584

76,823

896,617



404
62



543
12



24
626
611
3,744
165
132

76
982

34



125
2,089



22

7,527

24,802

42,941

277

755

4,578
6

1,698

72,332

703

339

518

1,233

2,052

139

394,426



629,925



23,039
14,091
49,213
97,855
395,435
50,292



657,395



22



13
5,812

27
110

49
1,513



24,648
154



115
42,826



5,389
3,279

14,371

14,091

14,959

34,254

89,951
7,904

111,201

123,170

32,745

6,162

9,716

112,441

48,460

1,832



7,416

498,585

4,614

11,666

120,457

14,657



1,784

3,596

9



2,905
374



3,284

2,034

3,444

425

930

906

350

2,669

329



7,502
6,589



322

7,094

427,701

70,884

3,635

979

11,645
21

3,419

107,841

6,038

434

826

1,899

2,071

12,585



157
165



271

1

224

142

73

446

107

5,829

1



385,096
42,605



4,848
66,036



* Tlio oln^^ifirniion of Occuii.alions adojrtod in 1S71 is cssmtially identical with thnt ol 18G1. Tlio only variations of importance occur in Classes II. and VI.

The c-lianRc Im^ had tlii' i.-flcct of bringing now into ChissII., Order.)', all Women (Wives, Widows, Duufiliters, or others) who have no speciflod occupation, but are usually
(■iiiplo^-i'il in housf-hold duties. In ISIU the Wivps of l)uil(ee|ic'rs, Publicans, Lodging-house-lieepers, Shoplceepers, Shoemakers, Butchers, and Fanners were placed in tlifi
s.auif. orders (naraclv. 5, C. «. It, and VI) as their Husljands, wliom they nflcn assist in business ; but this, it must be borne in mind, is the case with other as vn-W as with
suuhWi\es. Asithiay be assumed the great majority of Women ol no specilied occupation are mainly employed in Household and Family duties, tlicy are all classed
tou-rtliLT ill these Tables. j.- • i c -i

i'lnss VI. now comprises Persons wliose occupations are indeiimte or not stated, Persons of Rank or Property not returned under any office or occupation, and Scholars
and CI I ildri-n under the age of 1."). Thus Scholars and Children under the aire of 15 not returned as euiaged in any directly productive occupation, now form by themselves
Order 18 1 whereas in 18G1 they were grouped under Class II., Ur Jcr 4. Students and Scholars of ages ia and zij^wards are now in Class I., Order 3 ; in 1861 they were
included in Class II.

With the foregomg exceptions no changes of importiince have been made in the various Suli-orders, Orders, and Classes of the classification of 1861.

Xi/c— Tlie number ol jiersons referred to tlie partieidar Classes, Orders, and Sub-Orders must not be taken to represent the total number following the Occupations
included thi'reiu ; tor example, in addition to the persons returned in Class IV., Order 8, many persons connected with the hind as Proprietors or Occuiiirrs are classed
under other heads accordhig to the Occupations in which they are principally engaged. See notes at foot of Table 11,



Yorkshire.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



465





YORKSHIRE-


-continued.












Table 10. — Occupations of Males and Females, distinguishing those londer 20 Years of Age from those of




20 Years and upwards — In Classes, Orders, and Sub-Ord


ers — continued












'All Ages.




Undek 20 YEAiia


20 Yeum op A9E




Classes, Oebees, and Sub-Okdees.






OF


AOE.


AND UFWAEDS.




PEESONS. jl MaJjES.


1 1'EMALEa


Males.


Frmales.


M/tLES.


Females.


Order


















Sub-Oedee


















6. 1. Mercantile Persons - - -


13,122


12,828


294


2,522


59


10,306


235




2. Other General D
7. 1. Carriers on Rail


ealers - - .


8,766


5,148


3,618


495


218


4,653


3,400




ivavs


9,919


9,893


26


1,612





8,281


26


Class III.


2. „ on Roads


12,620


12,431


189


1,240


6


11,191


183




3. „ on Canals and Rivers


3,468


3,436


32


527


10


2,909


22




4. „ on Seas and Rivers


8,292


8,248


44


930


1


7,318


43




5. Engaged in Storage


5,448


4,108


1,340


1,082


640


3,026


700




6. Messengers and
' S. 1. Agriculturists


Porters


6,331


6,228


103


4,699


98


1,529


5






118,298


102,213


16,085


19,585


4,567


82,628


11,518




2. Arboriculturists


772


772





47





725





Class IV. '


3. Horticulturists
_ 9. 1. Persons engaged

flO. 1. Workers and De


-


7,548


7,410


138


812


11


6,598


127




about Animals


9,516


9,489


27


1,585


6


7,904


21




alers in Books


4,889


4,268


621


1,212


297


3,050


324




2. „ „ Musical Instruments


480


473


7


87


1


386


6




3. „ „ Prints and Pictures


547


528


19


131


12


397


7




4. „ „ Carving and Figures


1,608


1,560


48


601


15


959


33




5. „ „ Tackle for Sports and Games


140


84


56


14


10


70


46




6. „ „ Designs, Medals, and Dies


498


463


35


101


15


362


20




7. „ „ "Watches and Philosophical Instru-


















ments


1,712


1,653


59


284


22


1,369


37




8. „ „ Surgical Instruments


241


213


28


49


5


164


23




9. „ „ Arms - - -


293


283


10


56


1


227


9




10. „ „ Machines and .Tools


47,442


45,050


2,392


8,883


971


36,167


1,421




11. „ „ Carriages


5,098


5,081


17


970





4,111


17




12. „ „ Harness


1,533


1,512


21


271


2


1,241


19




13. „ „ Ships


2,487


2,480


7


344


2


. 2,136


5




14. „ „ Houses and Buildings


63,437


62,688


749


10,957


21


51,731


728




15. „ „ Purniture


5,920


5,249


671


1,017


139


4,232


532




16.
11. 1. Workers and De


, Chemicals


5,936


5,559


377


966


185


4,593


192




ilers la Wool and Worsted


201,516


99,994


101,522


32,095


47,733


67,899


53,789




2. „ „ Silk


3,889


2,067


1,822


1,004


935


1,063


887




3. „ „ Cotton and Flax


51,094


25,033


26,061


8,678


12,994


16,355


13.067




4. „ „ Mixed Materials


13,723


8,684


5,039


1,870


2,023


6,814


3,016




5. „ „ Dress


80,178


34,805


45,373


4,911


8,551


29,894


36,822




6. „ „ Hemp and other Fibrous Materials -
12. 1. Workers and Dealers in Animal Food


1,821


1,465


356


320


96


1,145


260




13,232


11,974


1,258


1,896


101


10,078


1,157




2. „ „ Vegetable Food


10,818


8,702


2,116


918


250


7,784


1,866


Class V. ■


3.
13. 1, Workers and De


„ Drinks and Stimulants


20,358


16,991


3,367


2,108


352


14,883


3,015




alers in Grease, Gut, Bones, Horn, Ivory, and


















Whalebone


1,720


1,567


153


235


64


1,332


89




2. „ „ Skins, Feathers, and Quills


5,049


4,824


225


820


108


4,004


117




3.
14. 1. Workers and De:


Hair


1,388


993


395


167


167


826


228




ilers in Gums and Resins


2,709


2,357


352


575


110


1,782


242




2. „ „ AVood


6,280


6,156


124


986


50


5,170


74




3. „ „ Bark


196


174


22


16


11


158


11




4. „ „ Cane, Rush, and Straw


1,043


999


44


120


7


879


37




5.
15. 1. Miners


Paper


2,961


2,169


802


432


340


1,727


462






47,946


47,927


19


13,330


5


34,597


14




2. Workers and Dealers in Coal


8,637


8,449


188


1,174


38


7,275


150




3. „ „ Stone, Clay


23,442


23,378


64


3,065


11


20,313


53




4. „ ,


, Earthenware


2,875


2,268


607


418


•252


I,S50


355




5.


, Glass


2,674


2,559


115


824


66


1,735


49




6.


Salt


66


65


1


5





60


1




7. „ ,


Water


381


378


3


21





357


3




8.


, Gold, Silver, and Precious Stones


3,418


2,488


930


623


405


1,965


625




9.


, Copper


149


149





27





122







10.


, Tin and Quicksilver


1,743


1,719


24


384


3


1,335


21




11.


Zinc


4


4


__








4







12.


, Lead and Antimony


188


148


40


22


18


126


22




13.


, Brass and other Mixed Metals


5,358


4,853


505-


1,272


248


3,581


257




. 14.


„ Iron and Steel


49,084


48,448


636


9,.327


187


39,121


449




"16. 1. General Labourc


rs


35,710


35,233


477


4,172


61


31,061


416




2. Other Persons ol

17. 1. Persons o/Rank
or Occupation

a a. 1. Scholars and Chi


■ indefinite Occupations


29,098


25,452


3,646


8,053


1,991


17,399


1,655


Class VI. ,


or PKOPEEir not returned under any OJJice


14,575


1,850


12,725


18


139


1,832


12,586




Idren not engaged in any directly Productive


















Occupation . - -


777,833


383,407


394,426


383,407


394,426








Note. — Paupers, prisoners, and other pei'sons in Public Institutions, as well as persons described as superannuated or retired, are referred to specific occupations when
the nature of their Jonner employment has been stated, the residue being classed under Sub-Order 2, Order 16, Class VI.



32181.



3 N



466



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. IX.



Table 11.— Occup


ATIONS


of Mi
35 ^


lLES at different Periods of Age— In Registration Ridings.






WEST RIDING.


36 EAST RIDING.


Occupations.


Ages. — Males.


Ages. — Males.




ITTnrter




I 1


1


1 1 1


75 Ax. tJnder










1 1


175


All rv"


5- 10- 15- 20- 25- 35- 45- 55- 65-


'/ All c


5- 10-


15- 20-


25-


35- 45- 55-65- &

up'i»


Total of Blales - - - 9


14662 129Jil(


103370 98878 91036 B2057 139982Jl04892 78434 46721 24020


7341 151434 20163 17854[l607o!l652ljl3216 218-H 16680 1381419283 5145 1824


I.— Peopessional Class.


































lu 1. Civil Service


802
558




49


124


107


157 ]


fSl


103 63 47


16 404


9


33


37


105


63


83 46 31 9


Government Messensers, 'Workmeii, &c.


i


73


57


89


143


72


63 37 22


9 160


12


11


16


34


26

1


2.J 24 10 2


Otlier Government Officers .


6








1




1


2 2


3










"




2. Magistrate (so returned)
Officer o£ Law Court
Police . . . . .


118
195
1613




3


16

7


iii

262


9

28
832


18
43

155


25 34 26
42 83 10

18S 66 2


6 34
6 33
1 333




2

2


1
35


2

6

161


8

8
S3


7 8

li 6

39 11


6 3

4 1

7 .


Prison Officer

Municipal, Parish, Union Officer .


119
663






1
21


6

35


59
131


.37
138


22 20 1
113 116 60


34

16 130

3




5


3
1


9
23
1


9

27


8 5.,
25 32 11 G


Other Local Government Officers


4












1


3















3. East India and Colonial Service .


G









10


37


1


. 3 1


1 2













1


. 1


2. 1. Army Officer (effective)


90




22


1
14 3 2


2 47




1


7


20

2

238


9

6
89


G 3

4 5
9 4


. 1


Army Retired and Half Pay Officer .
Soldier


38
1583




It


318


1

492


7
544


7
182


9 8 3
18 12 2


3 23
1 592




108


111')


4 2
2 1


Militia, Volunteers


297






3S


40


49


SO


68 19 2


1 139




23


25


26


35


24 6


.


Array Pensioner


301










10


56


99 61 38


37 102






1


4


17


36 22 17 1 6


2. Navy Officer (effeotive)


10






3


1


1


4


1 . 1


23

1 6

65






1


4
1
23


12
2
10


3 1
1 .
1 1


2 .
. 2


iS'avy Eetired and Half-pay Officer
Seaman, R.N. ....


11
5








1
1


3
3


3
1


2 . 1




8


12


Royal Marine

Coastguard, Royal Naval Reserve
Navy Pensioner ....


15






i


2


5


6

7


i '.

4 26


1 21

85

3 34




i


9

1


16
26
3


2
21

7


14 6
9 9


'. i

4 4
3 2


3. 1. ClerKyman

Protestant Minister


915








23


238


247


191 101 86


23 298






3


67


79


01 67


J3 8


669








30


206


146


136 86 45


21 136






10


33


25

7
7


31 16
3 3

2 5


17 3


Roman Catholic Priest


89








6


31


22


19 6 3


3 24








8


3


Missionary, Scripture Reader


137








10


22


37


34 28 6


21






2

7


5
7
6


2


Church, Chapel Officer



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