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789
6,867

164
1,368
1,976


30

78

9

117

1,818




252

4,326

11,642

988

95

8

328

678

227

850

51

20

1,319

14,443


251

4,245

11,598

850

91

8

325

631

227

845

50

20

1,312

14,289


1

81

44

138

4

3

47

5

1

7
154


16

447

1,333

137

8

18

83

31

177

11

3

240

2,460


6

18
18

6
2

3
12


235

3,798

10,265

713

83

8

307

548

196

668

39

17

1,072

11,829


1

75

26

120

4

3
41

3

1

4
142




'16.1. General Labourers - - -
2. Other Persons of indefinite Occupations


55,920
23,042


55,495
21,219


425
1,823


10,252
6,352


66
661


45,243
14,867


359

1,162


Class VI. ■


17. 1. Persons o/Rank or Pkopeett not returned under any Office

or Occupation

18. 1. Scholars and Children not engaged in any directly Productive

Occupation - ...


2.3,233


3,844


19,389


56


242


3,788


19,147




732,113


358,831


373,282


358,831


373,282









Note.— Paupers, prisoners, and other persons in public institutions, as well as persons described as superammated or retired, are referred to sneoiflo opfim>,tin„» wh^n
the nature ot then- former employment has been stated, the residue being classed under Sub-order 2, Order 16, Class yi. occupations wnen



South-eastern Counties.]



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



65



Table 11.-



-OccuPATiONS of Males at different Periods of Age-



-In Registration Counties.



Occupations.



1 SURREY (Extra-metropolitan).



Ages — Males.



All
Ages,



10-



20-



25-



45-



65-



Total of nxales



176327



1.— Pbofebsional Class.



1. Civil Service

Government Messengers, Workmen, &c.
Other Government OtHcers .

2. Magistrate (so returned)
Officer of Law Court

Police

Prison Officer ....
Municipal, Parish, Union, Officer
Other Local Government Officers

3. Bast India and Colonial Service.

1. Army Officer (effective)

Armjy Ketired and Half Pay Officer

Soldier

Militia, Volunteers

Army Pensioner ....

Others



2. Navy Officer (effective)

Navy, Retired and Half-pay Officer

Seaman, 11.N

Hoyal Marine ....
Coastguard, Royal Naval Reserve
Navy Pensioner ....



1. Clergyman ....
Protestant Minister
Roman Catholic Priest
Missionary, Scripture Reader
Church, Chapel, Officer.
Others



. Barrister
Solicitor, Attorney
Law Student.
Law Clerk
Law Stationer



3. Physician, Surgeon
Medical, Assistant, Student.
Dentist ....
Chemist, Druggist

Others

4. Author, Editor, Journalist .
Students and Other's



. Painter, Artist . . . .

Sculptor

Engraver

Photographer . . . .
Others engaged in the Fine Arts .

. Musician, Music Master
Others



7. Actor

Exhibitions, Shows — Service
Others engaged in TJieatres, &c.

8. Schoolmaster

Teacher, Professor, Lecturer
Others



777

316

19

86



039
116
177

4



562
174



165

167



23867



9. Civil Engineer ....
Other Scientific Persons

11.— Domestic Class.

1. Inn Keeper, Hotel Keeper, Publican

Beerseller

Lodging-house, Boarding-house, Keeper
Coffee-house, Eating-house, Keeper
Institution Service
Others



2. Domestic Servant (General)
Coachman .
Groom ....
Gardener

Inn, Hotel, Servant .
Cook (not Domestic Servant)
Otlwrs



III.— OOMMEECIAL CLASS.



, Merchant

Banker

Bank Service ....
Insurance, Benefit Societj', Service
Broker, Agent, Paetor .
Salesman (not otherwise described)
Auctioneer, Valuer, House Agent.

Accountant

Commercial Clerk.
Commercial Traveller .
Other Mercantile Men.



2. Pawnbroker .

Shopkeeper ( branch

General Dealer .
Huckster, Costermonger
Hawker, Pedlar .



undefined )



413
124.
18
37
61
63

202
B21
62
306

8

388

107

33

280
2

76
1706

141

7

43

106
9

217



IS 18897 10829 16066 27907 20306 14^07 9600 54*3 2173



37

426
269

7

161
23



40

43

274

9

2183
700
668

1165
687



2007
16



176
662

26

145

201

1415

179

30



339

47
441



91
1

2688
10



7
1468



23



236

27

3936

28
4



12



146

32

1300

67

63



19



312931 42309 38571 33090 30390 27491 46781 34117 26237 18161 11231 4684



746
172
12916
484
469
3



2 KENT (Extra-metro^oolitan).



Ages — Males.



All

Ages.I



Under

5
Years.



10-



15-



20-



25-



35-



45-



55-



65-



1142

1903

16

120
60
843

292

344

8

68



213

78

1676

2310

647

663



761
229
3t
69
110
4S

94
360

23

351

6



62

464

7

61

1905



44

136

2

259

2

37
7
32

656

371

9

13-4
17



2284
678
228

71
152

36

2280
664
720
936
862
4t
36



327
68
272
104
388
34
201
140
924
176
19



761
153

664



2786
108



176

3732

135

3



1

1683

6
1
3

24



247

447

4

4

9

352

93

66

1

12

296

17

4667

108

20

1

60

3

630

761

126

22



72



145

28

1672

62

97

61
9

223

278

213

71



102
22
17
42
7
382
207
193
251
202
14



12



404 586



148

54

16

31

6

284 172
136 92



12



Note.— In the present and subsequent Tables the Occupations are arranged according to the principle of classification adopted in the preceding Summary. The figures
prefixed to the Occupations indicate the several Orders and Sub-orders in wliich they have been classed ; but where a particular Occupation is inapplicable to the sex, or
where no persons are classified as following it, the item is omitted in order to save space. The Occupations classed under Others m the several bub-orders appear m
detail in the Summary Table for England and "Wales. . • j- -^^ i % * „ ,-, i-

The Tables do not always give tlie total number of persons wholly or partially following any particular occupation ; as many individuals have two or more Occupations,
under only one of which (generally the most important) they are classed. , , , n i„ ir

The numbers returned under trades, manufactures, and some professions, include apprentices, assistants, and workpeople, as well as employers, very young persons
are thus sometimes classed under Occupations followed chiefly by adults.

The Table is read thus -.—In the Bxtra-metropoUtan part of Surrey there were 443 Clergymen of all ages, of whom 5 were aged 20 and under 25 years, 109 aged 25 and
under 35 years, 107 aged 35 and under 45 years, and so on for each respective column of age. See Order 3, Sub-order 1.

32181. I



66



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. IT,



Tadle 11.— Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age


— In Registration Counties— coj?/M/'(fe(/.




1 S.URREY {Extra-metr


o'politan)-


-cont.


2 KENT {Extra-metropolitan) — c


mt.


Occupations.


Ages — Males—


-cont.






Ages — Males — coyit.




Under
All e 5_

A&ES. ,,


10-


1.0-20-


25-


35-


45- 55-


65-


75
&


All
Ages.


(Jnder
5 5-


10-


1.5-


20-


25-


35-


45-


?5-


65-


75-




a.Kri,a. y^^jj




1




1




up''''


Ilears.l i I














up'"








1


































7. 1. Railway Engine, Driver, Stoker .


186








8


27


62


26


20


8






191








9


30


77


42


23 10






Hallway Officer, Clerk, Station-master.


41S






8


74


76


112


69


49


24




i


371






li


66


40


87


79


69


36


6




Bailwa'y Attendant, Servant


869







7


74


181


838


153


69


38


7


2


966






9


71


167


394


177


101


87


16


i


2. Toll Collector, Turnpike-gate Keeper .


29












4


5


9


8


4


4


71













5


6


16


23


18


4


Coach, Omnibus, Cab, Owner, Livery


















































Stable Keeper


108




.




1


5


30


30


il


17


3


1


196




,




3


8


47


46


42


37


20


i


Coachman (not domestic) , Cabman.Fly-
















































man


1236




,


2


30


114


433


388


186


86


39


8


1103




1


7


66


131


368


253


161


88


45


8
15


Carman, Carrier, Carter, Drayman


1148




.


29


103


166


831


262


169


66


28


4


1138






11


84


128


316


222


190


116


67


Others ...


6




.








1


1


2






1


27








1




2


6


10


7


1


1


3. Inland Navigation Service .


29








2


2


6


6


6


6


1


1


10












1




7


1


1




Bargeman, "Waterman .


260







2


26


89


64


47


37


25


18


8


1894






36


194


208


346


25i


177


111


61


21


Others . . . .


3






.








2




1






22










3


5


3


6


2


2


1


■1. Shipo-svner ...


83








2




7


9


7


4


3


1


52












6


9


18


10


7




Steam Navigation Service .


11










2


6


3


1


.






243






8


28


32


77


69


81


11


1


1


Ship Steward, Cook


14








i


2


6


4


2








67






2


8


11


33


12


8


3




I


Seaman (Merchant Service)


166






i


23


20


42


23


20


10


12


5


6138






162


1113


1029


1467


947


678


377


263


M


Pilot


























295






8


5


2


36


93


89


47


20


HI


Boatman on Seas ....


























231








16


33


40


45


28


24


26


10


Harbour Dock, Service, Labourer


8








i


i


i


3


i






i


386






8


28


88


96


82


71


34


21


14


"Wliarfinger ... . .


21




.




1




4


8


4


5


i




46








1


3


7


8


18


9


2




Otliers


46




.




8


6


14


18


4


2


1




21








1


2


8


5


3




8


[


5. "Warehouseman ....


176






1


18


26


46


27


36


16


6


1


161






3


16


22


43


31


27


11


g




Meter, "Weigher ....


3














2










89










1


4


9


9


9


4


3


6. Messenger, Porter, Errand Boy .


877






407


249


49


68


44


38


19


11


1


1276






687


314


67


98


66


74


50


16


4


Cotton Porter


























2






, 1












1






Telegraph Company Service


■ si






9


25


10


18


12


5


2






81






9


20


13


16


18


3


1


i




Others engaged in Messages


1















1










4








1






2


1








IV.— AeKicijLTUEAi. Class.














































Go 1. Land Proprietor (so returned)* .

Varmer, Grazier


264








2


6


24


38


63


68


40


38


430










4


28


62


98


116


83


S9


1638








6


29


184


307


888


874


269


111


4666








18


96


581


833


1088


998


690


553


Parmer's Son, Brother, Grndsn., Nephw.


486






i


179


146


116


31


8


2


2


1


1839






3


583


883


307


88


36


12


1


8


Pnrm BailifT ....


364










9





91


83


76


30


7


1273






1


9


21


167


836


863


253


99


24


Agricultural Labourer.


14637




32


1306


1884


1688


2385


2436


2083


1656


983


391


38704




I7i


3321


6081


3987


6970


8143


5228


4060


2736


1008


Shepherd (outdoor)


.386




1


19


29


14


44


74


68


43


81


IS


922




2


63


46


69


164


186


176


131


80


26


Parm Servant (indoor)


722






106


310


126


69


29


38


25


16


4


8206




1


346


1394


774


356


173


112


92


60





Land Surveyor, Estate Agent


68








1


7


17


15


7


9


1


1


73








3


4


15


7


14


13


U


s


Land Drainage Service


6












1


2


1




1




9






.






4


3


1


1






Agric. Machine, Proprietor, Attendant
Others engaged in Agric^dture


41








i


3


18


14


8


i




i


94








IS


14


29


24


10


3


i




14








4


3


4




3








32








13


14


2


1


1




1




2, "Woodman ....


97






2


2


5


21


24


16


17


4


7


283






13


26


23


60


47


44


46


26


9


3. Nurseryman, Seedsman, Plorist .


873






16


68


36


81


66


67


36


16


4


260


.




11


23


18


43


66


88


28


24


g


Gardener


6388






143


612


634


1218


993


823


600


352


113


4620




i


109


454


4S7


892


799


729


604


429


176


Others engaged in Horticulture .


4








1






2


1






'


3




-— -




1










2






9. 1. Horse Proprietor, Dealer


12









.




3


2


5


2






24




1


3


4


7


4


3


S




Horse Breaker ....


11


'.








6




4




1




i


12






i


3




1


4


2




1




Horsekeeper, Groom, Jockey


1047






46


26i


216


226


141


86


49


26


8


1099






39


217


198


373


141


112


73


36


10


Parrier, Veterinary Surgeon


170








17


18


44


.33


26


16


15


1


167






1


11


17


48


31


26


19


15




Cattle, Sheep, Pig, Salesman.


46








1


7


6


9


13


4


6


1


61








3


7


7


13


16


11


4




Drover


• 33








1


4


6


10


3


4


2


1


62






2


4


6


18


6


14


6


6




Gamekeeper . . . .


300








19


29


67


69


63


39


13


10


427






3


22


44


99


112


83


44


16




Vermin Destroyer


16












1


2


1


5


4


3


40






2


2


2


4


8


6


6


9




Pisherman


47






i


2


6


10


8


10


4


8




1107






30


142


148


228


167


148


119


91


■11


Others engaged about Animals .


46




'-


1


4


6


8


12


7


7


1


i


42








4


7


10


7


6


6


2




v.— INBUSTEIAL CLASS.
















































10. 1. Bookseller, Publisher .


149






1


16


16


41


29


27


12


6


1


190






3


30


17


40


38


26


24


8




Bookbinder ...


86






1


8


2


9


11




5


4


1


88






1


16


8


19


17


12


g


5




Printer . . ....

Newspaper Agent, News-room Keeper


429

78




^


30
24


89
.14


83
6


98
10


60

7


42

s


20
6


8
1


4


666
71






49
29


198
9


123
3


124
9
3


67

7
2


54
9
1


23


12
3




Others engaged in Publications .


16










1


6


4


1


8


1


i


7










1






2. Musical Instrument, Maker, Dealer .


48








3


7


11


8


7


6


1




.92








6


6


13


9

2


4
4


8
6


g




Others . ....


9








3


1


1


2




3






16








..


1


3






3. Lithographer, Lithographic Printer .


7










2


2


3










11








3


2


4


2


1
3








Others . . . .


18








2


1


4


2


i


3






7















3






4. AVood-carver ...


9












2


1


5






1


3










-[


1








1




Others .


16








2


i


4


4


2




2




13








i




6


i


4


i




5. Toy, Maker, Dealer


9










1


4


1


1


2






20










1


2


7
30


6

17


1
6


3




Others . ...


7








i




1


2


2






i


140






3


12


18


44


8




G. Pattern Designer


13






1


1




3


2


8


2


1




30








5


4
1


7


5
1
3


6


2
1
1


1




Type-founder


1






















i


3










X




Others


41






i


5


8


8


li


5


6


2


1


15






i


3


2


4


i






7. "Watch Maker, Clock Maker


299






2


56


47


71


48


32


24


13


7


407






Q


64


66
5
1


102


60
2
1


64
2
2


39
3


17




Philosoph. Instrument Mkr. ; Optician


18








2




2


6


3


1






16






1


,3




"Weighing Machine, Scale, Measure, Mkr.


3










i




1


1








14








3


Q


i




8. Surgical Instrument Maker .


10














5


4




1




7










2


3

16

72


1

8
47




1
12
14






'J. Gunsmith, Gun Manufacture
Others . ...


20

24






i


1
1


1

4


8

8


3

8


7
6


3
3


8




53
347




i


67


4
65


6
43


6
40


3

7




1 1. Bnghie and Machine Maker

Spinnhig. "Weaving, M.achine Maker .


295
1






1


36


43


89


71


30


13
1


9


4


144S
5

13
233

13
3
3

64
9
2






18


206


2^


439


271


183


49


13


6


Agricultural Implement Machine Mkr.


16








3


2


3


5


2














2
23


2

21


4






1






;^IiUwi-ight ....
Tool Maker, Dealer


69

4






i


6


5


21

2


12


7
1


12


4


3








3

45


2
57


3

41


1

30


7




Pile Maker, Dealer
































*


2


3


3


1


4


1




Saw Maker, Dealer


i
















i
















1










1




Cutler

Needle Manufacture ....


47
1








2


6


18


10


4


3


4










2
1


5


2
11


li


i

13


8


4




Others engaged in Tool Making, &e.


2














2
















3
2


3


1
1

85

167

3

73

646
29

1


1









11. Coachmaker ....

■Wheelwright

Others engaged about Carriages .


426

600

6






8
6


39
46


62
87


126
119


90
66

4


" 60

82

1


39
60


13

27


3

17


637

976

20







10

18


118

132

6


106

137

3


166

207


77
134

2

60

296
28
3


56

96

3

48

89
10


16
62


S
33


12. Saddler, Harness, "Whip, Maker .


316






6


36


41


88


54


36


89


14


6


462






13


71


62


98


SI

82
9


11


13. Ship-builder, Shipwright, Boat-builder
Sail Maker . ...
Otiwrs


87
13








IB


12
1


26
3


16

4


9
3


6

1


4
1


2


3003

163

4






17
6


181
23


181

31

1


571
23


42
3



* The number returned as "Land Proprietors" is not the entire number of persons who own land; for many owners having returaed
occupations are there classified. > .> s ci,uiui.u



themselves under professions or



South-eastern CouNriiis.j







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Table 11. — Occupations of Males at different Periods of Age — In Registration Counties — continued.


1 SURREY (Extra-metropolitan) — cont.


2 KENT {Extra-metropolitan) — cont.


Occupations.


Ages-


—Males — cont.


Ages — Males — cont.






1


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1


15-


, nUlllIrr, 1








1 1


76-


ALL 1 e


5-


10-


15-


20-


25-


35- 45- 55-165-


&
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16


All, 1
AgesJ




5-


10-


15- 20-


25-
11


3.5-


t5- 5


5-6


5-
i


&


X,0« 14. House Proprietor* ....


201










1


14


28


42


62


48


223




1 ^ 1




2


20


63


65


47


23


—cont. Architect


183






i


20


27


61


33


24


21


3


2


132






1


16


22


36


26


20


11


9


2


Surveyor . ....


121








11


18


20


26


22


11


10


4


82








4


12


10


22


10


12


7


6


Builder ... ...


803






6


4.*


42


190


206


148 1


00


•18


19


849






6


63


M>


149


157


177 130


84


;;7


Carpenter, Joiner


4466






42


483


663


362


898


603 t


04


59


62


r„SU5






61


738


9I!3 1612 1013 1


066 653 £


01 1(19


Bricl^iaver


3616






43


3411


537


130


714


389 i


16


112


3b


■1413






85


'I8S


7S8 1187


764


526 369 172 I


79


Marble Mason


21








10


4


1


4


2








10








1


1


2


4


2








Mason, Pavior


*W






6


43


78


163


76


60


2i


7


4


1)09






8


S2


77


15B


110


94


64


20


9


Slater, Tiler


32






1


2


6


12


8


1


1




1


19






2


1


3


6


2


3


1






Plasterer


687






32


110


123


202


130


60


34


4


2


664






16


99


120


160


83


43


36


5


3


Paperhanger

Plumber, Painter, Glazier .


87






3


lU


22


31


11


6


4


1




76






1


10


13


19


13


12


4


4




2370






30


276


378


763


486


269


130


■13


6


2861






■1-7


395


467


762


547


869 19B 1


81


17


Others


16








2


1


2


4


2


3


1




27








1


2


9


9


6


1






16. Cabinet Mater, Upholsterer


447






12


46


64


130


76


60


44


16


10


784






16


109


114


173


117


111


9"


3S


14


Undertaker










4




2


4


4


8






16








2


2


2


3


3


2


2




Carver and Gilder ....


49








6


6


10


11


6


6


4


2


66






3


17


6


17


13


5


1


3


1


Furniture, Broker, Dealer .


68








4


6


16


12


6


10


3


1


67






1


7


6


11


16


16





3




others




















.






4














1




2


1




16. Manufacturing Chemist, Labourer


83






3


14


10


15


18


14


6


3




46






2


4


7


12


7


8


6




1


Dye, Colour, Manulacture


2












1




1








1












1












Dyer, Scourer, Calenderer .


67








8


8


26


lil


10


6


i




77






4


9


8


23


10


10


6


7




Others


11










1


4




2


1


3




6








1


3
3


6


2











11. 1. Woolstapler


14








8




4


4


1


1


1




31








o


4


7


3


4





Felt Manufacture ....


21






i


1


i


6


6


6


1


2




6












3


1


1








■Woollen Cloth Manufacture


57






2


4


6


14


8


14


7


3




24










2


7


6


2


d.


3


1


Fidler


1














1


































Wool, "Woollen, Dyer ....


7








i


i




1


3


i






9








1










1






Worsted Manufacture ....


13






2


3


2




1


4


1






6














1






4




Cloth Merchant, Dealer


3










1








1


i




1












1












Flannel Manufacture .




















,






4








1




2




1








Blanket Manufacture ....


1
















i
































Carpet Bug Manufacture .


7














4




i






42






6


8


7


7


10


3


2






2. Silk, Satin, Manufacture .


3S








2


3


7


10


7


6


2


1


36






6


fi


3


5


7


5


3




1


Silk, Dyer, Printer . . .


67






4


V


6


4


14


16


7


5


4


117






6


13


14


17


38


28


10






Silk Merchant, Dealer .


22










2


3


6


4


6


3




35








3


4


4


9


10


3




1


Hibbon Manufacture ....


3










1




1






1




1
























3. Flax, Linen, Manufacture .


17










2


3


3


7


1


1




24






3


3




3


4


3


3




1


Lace Manufacture ....


17






i


1




3


5


7








10








1


1


3


1


2


1






Cotton Manufacture ....


7






1


1




2




1




i


1


26








1


4


3


6


3


2




1


Cotton, Calico Warehouseman, Dealer.


1














i










1


















1






Cahco, Cotton, Printer ....


23






i


3


2


4


5


2


4


1


1


21








1


4


4


4


4


2




1


Calico, Cotton, Dyer








































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