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10428


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Wives wliose
















































were resident with them.


Husbands were


















































absent


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45


9


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1361


2098


1909


1611


1650


1337


1217


865


638


408


232


101


41


16


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13624 Wives whose Husbands
were absent.


To
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tal of Wives
numerated -


V


30


92


377


98


S 1936


15186


28050


28793


27620


36533


33919


21148


16656


12083


8336


5022


2330


794


193


24


2


1


318905 Total of Wives enu.
merated.



* In the few instaDces in which persons described as mari'ied have been returned at any ase under 15, they have been classified in these Tables of Ages of Husbands and
"Wives with the persons aged 15 and under 16 years.

iVo^fi.— The Table read vertically shows the number of Wives at each age, with the ages of their Husbands :— Thus, in the Eastern Counties, 1 "Wife of the age of 25 and under
30 years had a Husband aged 16 : 5 had Husbands aged 19 ; 49 had Husbands aged 20 ; 1882 had Husbands aged 21 and under the age of 26.

liead horizontally the Table shows the number o^ Husbands at each age, with the ages of their "Wives :— Thus, 1 Husband of the age of 25 and under 30 years had a Wife
aged 15 ; 2 had "Wives aged 16 ; 22 had "Wives aged 17.

At all ages 205,281 Husbands and 205,281 "Wives were enumerated as residing together on the night of the Census.

There were also 10,428 Husbands whose "Wives were absent [i.e., the Wives were not returned in the same houses as their Husbands), making in all 215,709 Husbands enume-
rated ; and 13,624 "Wives whoso Husbands were absent {i.e., the Husbands were not returned in the same houses as their Wives), making a total of 218,905 "Wives enumerated in
the Division.



















Registration


OR Union County


:-


-14 ESSEX.


















AGE OF WIFE.


Husbands
whose Wives
were resident
with them.


II §




Years of Age.


15-


16-


17-18-


19-


- 20-


21-24


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


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Wives whose
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2


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7


161

18


37
3


2 768
7 21


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470


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750


10252
677


9633
605


8717
573


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492


6660
442


4789
307


3578
206


2296
116


1869
56


678
87


198
11


43
6


4







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3645


75810


resident with
them

Wives whose
Husbands were
absent


72165 Wi
wer

4835 Wi
we


ves whose Husbands
3 resident with them.

ves whose Husbands
re absent.


T(


)tal of Wives
enumerated -




10


48


179


40


9 789


5711


10660


10929


10188


9390


8198


7102


5046


3784


2412


1415


615


209


49


4







77000 Tot
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al of Wi
rated.


VES enu-



.Eastern Counties.]



CIVIL CONDITION OF THE PEOPLE.



187



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



Registration or Union County: — 15 SUFFOLK.







15












AGE OP WIFE.






Husbands
whose Wives
were resident

with them.


Mali




Years of Age.


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18


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21-24


25-


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35-


40-


45-


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55-


60-


65- 70-


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300


329


323


63


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80-




















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4


6


8


18


30


33


91


117


93


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1




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35


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L & upwards


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Wives whose
Ilasbands were




3 6
1


16

2


8
1'


5 22
1 2-


) 530
l 32


3023
403


7149

578


7457
633


7292
4S3


7143
372


6507
333


5788
339


4385
240


3483
188


3347
119


1455
65


703
30


335
14


62
3


8
1


1




58765


2994


C17.71


rosident with,
them

Wives whose
Husbands were
absent


58765 Wives whose Husbands
were resident with tlieni .

3729 Wives whose Husband*
were absent.


To
e


tal of Wives
numerated -


1


I 7


18


9'


r 24


t 662


4336


7737'


7989


7725


7515


6840


6137


*631


3651


2466


1630


733


249


55





1





63494 Total of "Wives enu-
merated.



Registration or Union County : — 16 NORFOLK.







AGE OF WIPE.


Husbands
whose Wives
were resident
with them.




MS.g


Years of Age.


^








































100


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15-


■ 16-


17-


18-


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- 20-


21-24


25-


30-


35-


40-


45-


50-


55-


60-


65- 70-


75-


80-


85- 90-


95-


and
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1


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12


3


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20


220




31-




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10


42


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263


3433




25-






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17


6


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169


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482


2744


3974


1009


185


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101


840


2609


3815


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206


36


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377


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55


247


931


2606


3776


962


216


37


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8850


406


9256




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1




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14


80


321


928


2595


3660


916


160


34


13




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8620


398 .


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50-














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42


142


314


999


2255


3198


795


177


26


11


2


1










7971


391


8305


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55-














4


12


48


127


296


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1886


2317


669


138


21


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6255


288


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16


23


63


140


299


796


1473


1825


513


130


22


2










6294


256


6550


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11


15


27


57


128


242


518


1182


1415


361


80


9


4








4050


211


4261




70-














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2




13


32


66


117


182


465


861


881


196


42


12








2S85


146


3010




75-














1


3




7


7


30


46


52


95


246


432


447


77


21


2






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85


1556




80-
















1




2


2


7.


13


16


32


66


113


169


146


24


5






676


26


602




85-
















.






1


1


4


'4


10


8


15


30


38


17


2






130


6


136




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1




1


1


7




4


3


2






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19




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1


1




1




1




4


,


1




100
^& upwards


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.


Wives whose
Husbands were


1


3


23


88


299


556


4668


8895


9175


9084


9122


8369


74«3


6667


4404


3285


1976


948


320


82


11


1


1


74351 3789


78140


resident with
them

Wvves whose
Husbands were
absent - -


74361 Wives whose Husbands
were resident with them.


2




S


13


31


29


491


768


700


673


605


612


438


312


244


173


HI


34


16


7









5060 Wives whose Husbands
were a.hsBnt,


Total of Wives
enumerated -


ll


3


26


101


330


685


5149


9663


9876


9657


9727


8881


7919


5879


4648


5458


2087


983


336


89


11


1


1


79411 Total of Wives enu-
merated.



Aa2



188



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



[Div. IV.



OCCUPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.
DIVISION IV.— EASTERN COUNTIES.



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

20 Years and upwards — In Classes, Orders, and Sub-orders.*





Classes. Oedees. asd Sub-oedees.


All Aqes.


; Under 20 Tears
j OF Age.


20 Years op Age
and upwards.




Peesons.


1 Males. Females.


Males.


Females.


:Males. I Females.


AI.Zi PERROXS .......


1,218,728


598,599


620,129


284,389


276,880


314,210


343,249


Z. PBOI

zz. soia

ZIZ. COM

ZV. AGR

V. ZXiTDT

VZ. ZITDl


CLASSES.

-ESSZOIO'A.Z. CZ.ARS .....

ESTZC CZ.ASS ......

MERCZAZ. CZ.AS5 ....

ICVZiTVBAZi CZiASS ......

TSTRZAZ^ CZiASS ......

SFZHZTE! ASTS H-OH-'PROBVCTZVi: CXiASS


34,104
330,513

33,226
181,100
174,712
465,073


23,067

14,835

31,169

167,992

119,502

242,034


11,037

315,678

2,057

13,108

55,210

223,039


5,084

3,016

6,297

37,017

20,230

212,745


4,904

40,888

197

4,750

11,946

214,195


17,983
11,819
24,872
130,975
99,272
29,289


6,133
274,790
1,860
8,368
43,264
8,844






Class Z.

Class ZZ. <

Class ZZZ. <
Class ZV.

Class V.
Class VZ.


ORDERS.

'' 1 ■ Persons engaged in the General or Local Government of the
Country - ......

2. Persons engaged in the Defence of the Country

3. Persons engaged in the Leakned Pkoeessions or in Lite-

EATUEE, Abt, and Science (with their immediate Sub-
ordinates) - - -
' 4. Wives and Women engaged generally in Household Duties

but assisting in certain cases in the Husbands' Business
5. Persons engaged in eniektaining, and performing Personal

Offices /or Man - ...
' 6. Persons who Bur or sell, keep or lend Money, Houses, or

Goods q/vAKiODS Kinds .....
7. Persons engaged in the Conveyance of Men, Animals, Goods,

and Messages . .
" 8. Fevsons possessing or working the Land, and engaged in growing

Geain, Fkuits, Grasses, Animals, and other Products
9. Persons engaged about Animals ....
' 10. Persons engaged in Aet and Mechanic Productions, in which

Matters of various kinds are used in combination

11. Persons working and dealing in the Textile Pabeics and in

Dkess - - . -

12. Persons working and dealing in Food and Drinks

13. Persons working and dealing in Animal Substances

14. Persons working and dealing in Vegetaele Substances

15. Persons working and dealing in Minekals - - _
' 16. Labourers and others — Branch of labour undefined

17. I'ersons of Eanis; or Peopeety not returned under any Office
or Occupation

IQ. ScHOLAES AND Childeen not engaged in any directly Pro-
ductive Occupation - -


4,478
7,711

21,915

246,911

83,602

11,556

21,670

169,834
11,266

44,792

73,859
26,037
3,443
7,070
19,511
40,408

8,980

415,685


4,138
7,711

11,218

14,835

9,701

21,468

156,751
11,241

43,295

24,365
23,577
2,332
6,661
19,272
37,933

1,315

202,786


340

10,697

246,911

68,767

1,855

202

13,083
25

1,497

49,494

2,460

1,111

409

239

2,475

7,665

212,899


163
1,450

3,471

3,016

1,349

4,948

35,015
2,002

7,676

3,881
4,016
504
904
3,249
9,940

19

202,786


24

4,880

14,378

26,510

125

72

4,748
2

188

10,938

225

469

103

23

1,153

143

212,899


3,975
6,261

- 7,747

11,819

8,352

16,520

121,736
9,239

35,619

20,484
19,561
1,828
5,757
16,023
27,993

1,296


316

6,817

232,633

42,257

1,730

130

8,335
23

1,309

38,656

2,235

642

306

216

1,322

7,522








Ord


SUB-ORDERS.

SUB-OEDER

' 1. 1. Officers of National Government - - . .

2. Officers of Local Government ...

3. Officers of East India and Colonial Government


1,934

2,522

22


1,743

2,373

22


191
149


137
26


15
9


1,606

2,347

22


176
HO




2. 1. Army - - . . .
2. Navy - ...


6,514
1,197


6,514
1,197





1,412
38





5,102
1,159





Class Z.


3. 1. Clergymen, Ministers, and Others connected with Religion .

2. Lawyers and Law Stationers ...

3. Physicians, Surgeons, and Druggists

4. Authors, Literary Persons, and Students

5. Artists - ....

6. Musicians - - ...

7. Actors .... _ .

8. Teachers - - - -

9. Scientific Persons - - . .


2,968

1,512

1,797

6,550

345

624

198

7,758

163


2,708

1,512

1,678

2,820

313

391

156

1,477

163


260

119-

3,730

32

233

42

6,281


' 13

284

240

2,500

26

47

38

315

8


34

3,633

4

43

11

1,155


2,695

1,228

1,438

320

287

344

118

1,162

155


226

119
97
28

190

31

.5,126


Clans TI«' <


^ 4. 1. Wives and others mainly engaged in Household Duties
2. Wives assisting generally in their Husbands' Business

5. 1. Engaged in Board and Lodging ...
^. Attendants (Domestic Servants, &c.) ...


221,052
25,859





221,052
25,859





14,294

84





206,768
25,775




7,125
76,477


5,037
9,798


2,088
66,679


78
2,938


69
26,441


4,959
6,860


2,019
40,238




-C r\ ....f^ftrio n,-^.^Tll■Jl^^ ^M IQTI 4c- ocdn+iollTT ^,ln«+; 1 liT. il_ _ . _.

















• The classiflcation of Occupations adopted m 1871 is essentially laentical with that of 1861. The only variations of importance occur In Classes II and VI

The change has had the ellect of hnnsmg now mto Class II., Order 4 all Women (Wives, Widows, Daughters, or others) who have no specified occunationiiut are usually
employed in household duties In 1801 the Wives of Innkeepers. Publicans, Lodglng-house-keepers, Shopkeepers, Shoemakers, Butchers, and l^Ss were nlSTtto
.same orders (namely, 5, C 8. 11, and 12 as their Husbands whom they often assist in business ; hut this, it must he borne in mind, is the case m^™other as wdf a^ with
such Wives. As it may be assumed the great majority of Women of no specified occupation are mainly employed in Household and Family DXesthevar^ all dSd
together in these Tables. , 4- • j a -i 'J

Class VI. now comprises Persons whose occupations are indefinite or not stated. Persons of Rank or Property not returned under any office or ocounation anrl Scholars
and Children under the age of 15. Thus Schohirs and Children under the age of 15 not returned as engaged in any directly productive occupation, now SbvthemS
Order 18 ; whereas in 1861 they were grouped under Class II., Order 4. Students and Scholars of agesls and upwards are now in Class I., Order 1 • i™ 861 the^ were
included in Class II. ,,• i ,.,,,. ., y i

With the foregoing exceptions no changes of unportance have been made in the various Sub-Orders, Orders, and Classes of the classification of 1861.

Note.— The number of persons referred to the particular Classes, Orders, and Sub-Orders must not be taken to represent the total nmnber loUowinK the On^nmtions
included therein; for example, m additionto the persons returned m Class IV., Order 8, many persons connected with the land as Proprietors or Occupiers are clS
under other heads accordmg to the Occupations in which they are prmcipally engaged, See notes at foot of Table U. "w-upiers are ciassea



Eastern Counties.]



OCOITPATIONS OF THE PEOPLE.



189



EASTERN COVNTlES-contvnued.


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


20 Years and upioards — In Classes, Orders, and Sub-orders — continued.










Uhdee 20 Yeaes


20 Yeaes


or AoE


Classes, Okdbes, and Sub-oedees.






OP AOE.


and upwaeds.




Peesons.


Males. Females.


Males. Females.


Males.


Females.


Order
















SUB-OEDEE


















6. 1. Mercantile Persons - - -


5,879


5,623


256


959


11


4,664


245


.


2. Other General Dealers - - - -


5,677


4,078


1,599


390


114


3,688


1,485




7, 1. Carriers on Railways


3,100


3,083


17


463





2,620


17


Class IXX..|


2. „ on Roads . - -


3,631


3,598


33


277


2


3,321


31




3. „ on Canals and Rivers - - -


1,332



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