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County and County Borough of Londonderry
GOVERNMENT
OF
NORTHERN
IRELAND
Census of Population
1961
COUNTY AND COUNTY BOROUGH
OF LONDONDERRY
Printed and presented pursuant to 9 Eliz. 2, Chap. 8
BELFAST: HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE
PRICE 17s. 6d. NET
GOVERNMENT
OF
NORTHERN
IRELAND
GENERAL REGISTER OFFICE
Census of Population
1961
COUNTY AND COUNTY BOROUGH
OF LONDONDERRY
Printed and presented pursuant to 9 Eliz. 2, Chap. 8
BELFAST: HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE
1964
INTRODUCTION
In accordance with the Census Act (Northern Ireland), 1960, a Census of the
population was taken on the 23rd April, 196ly which was also the date of Censuses in
the other parts of the United Kingdom. It was the fourth since the establisiixnent
of the Government of Northern Ireland, previous Censuses having been taken in
1926, 1957 and 1951.
The 1961 Census was much fuller,/as regards the number and scope of the
questions, than any of its predeces£i<>rs. Compared with the 1951 enumeration, the
basic questions were much the same /but enquiries about nationality, education,
occupation and employment were sul9'6tantially modified. New questions asked for
information concerning persons wi/th certain scientific and technological qualifications, the number of children of/women who were or had been married, the type of
accommodation occupied by priva]tie households, whether such accommodation was owned
or rented and the extent to which piped water, cooking and toilet facilities were
available, i
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In November, 1961, a Preliminary Report was published giving population figures
for each county, county boro'ugh and administrative area, together with information
on the ages and religious,denominations of the people by counties and county
boroughs, and the numbers of private dwellings and households in each administrative
area. A new Topographical Index, replacing the edition issued in the series of
Reports on the 1926 Census, was published in January, 1963.
This Report is the sixth of seven county volumes to be published on the 1961
Census. The statistics therein supersede those in the Preliminary Report and may be
accepted as final. It is generally consistent in design and scope with the Reports
already published for Belfast County Borough and Counties Antrim, Armagh, Downcmd
Fermanagh, and the remaining county volume will be in similar form. Although details
of population and habitable buildings in respect of townlands in rural districts
are not given in the county volumes, the figures, for which a charge may be made
depending on the extent of the information required, are available on application to
the General Register Office.
A General Report will follow the county volumes. It will siommarize for the
whole country the information in the county volumes and, in some respects, deal vd th
it in greater detail. The General Report will also contain certain additional
information, Including that on persons with scientific and technological qualifica-tions, which has not been analysed on a county basis. There will be a separate
Report on the Fertility of Marriage.
General Register Office,
Fermanagh House,
Ormeau Avenue,
BELFAST,
2.
March, 1964.
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CONTENTS
PART I - EXPLANATORY
NOTES
Page
Area
Population
Administrative divisions
Buildings for habitation
Types of pi'rivate dwellings
Tenure of private dwelling accorrjE^odation
Households
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Household arrangements
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Rooms
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Valuation
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Usual address
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Birthplace
Nationality
Religion
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vii
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viii
ix
ix
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X
X
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X
xi
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xi
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xii
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Terminal e d u c a t i o n age j
Occupations and i n d u s t r i e s
S o c i a l c l a s s and sociq/economic groups
Convention a s . t o d o t ^ ' ( , ) and dashes (-)
Completion and r e v i s i o n of Census i n f o r m a t i o n
PART
II
STATISTICAL
NOTES
AREA
XV
POPULATION
XV
Natural increase
Administrative areas
Parliamentary constituencies
PRIVATE DWELLINGS AND HOUSEHOLDS
Total dwellings
Inhabited dwellings
Type and tenure of inhabited dwellings
Private households
Rooms and density of occupation
Household arrangements
Household socio-economic groups
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xvii
xvii
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XX
xxi
xxii
xxiv
XXV
USUAL ADDRESS
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SEX, AGE AND MARITAL CONDITION
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Sex distribution
Ages
Marital condition
BIRmPLACE AND NATIONALITY
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RELIGION
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TERMINAL EDUCATION AGE
XXX i
OCCUPATIONS AND INDUSTRIES
Occupations
S o c i a l c l a s s and socio-economic groups
Industries
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XXX iv
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PART III - TABLES
Abbreviations:
Co. = County; C,B. = County Borough; A,A. = Administrative Area, i.e. municipal
borough, urban district, or rural district; C.E.D. = .County Electoral Division;
D.E.D. * District Electoral Division of a rural district; Town = town, village or
housing estate consisting of a separate and identifiable cluster of fifty or more
dwellings but having no legally defined boundary; towns fonnlng continuous housing
development from an administrative urban area are excluded. Most tables on an A. A.
basis also deal with Wards of the County Borough.
Table
No.
Area for
which
statistics
are given
SUBJECT OF TABLE
Page
1
Area, Buildings for Habitation and Population, 1961
Co., C.B.
1
2
Population, 1881-1961
Co. and C.B.
1
Population, 1951 and 1961, and Intercensal Changes
Co., C.B., A.A. 's
1
Area, Population, Buildings for Habitation,
Private Households and Valuation
Co., C.B., A. A. 's,
D.E.D.'s. Towns
2
Area, Population, Buildings for Habitation,
Private Households and Valuation
Co., C.E.D. »s
Private Dwellings: Inhabited Dwellings X)y Building Type,
Tenure and Rooms
Co., C.B., A.A. 's
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Private Households: Size, Rooms Occupied, and
Density of Room Occupation
Co., C.B., A.A. »s
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Private Households: Availability of Household Arrangements
by Tenure and Type of Accommodation
Co,, C.B., A.A.'s
18
Private Households: Households and Persons therein by
Tenure of Accommodation, Rooms occupied
and Socio-economic Group of Head of
Household
Co., C.B.
21
10
Inhabited Buildings, etc., other than Private Dwellings:
Class, Number, Total Population and (for Institutions)
Number of Inmates
Co., C.B,, A.A. »s
23
11
Population, Parliamentary Electors and Members of Parliament
Parliamentary
Constituencies
25
12
Adjustment of Enumerated Population to
obtain Resident Population
Co., C.B., A.A.
25
13
Ages by Single Years, Sex and Marital Condition
Co., C.B.
26
14
Ages by Quinquennial Groups, Sex and Marital Condition
Co., C.B., A.A. »s
30
15
Birthplaces
Co., C.B.
33
16
Birthplaces:
Co., C.B.
34
17
Nationality:
Co. and C.B.
34
18
Religions
Co., C.B., A.A. »s
35
19
Rellgiais:
Population under 22 years W Individual Years
and 20 years and over by Qalnquenn^:kl Groups
Co., C.B.
36
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Education:
Co., C.B.
38
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Education:
Co.-, C.B.
40
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Occupations:
Terminal Education Ages of Person;^ 15 Years
and over by Sex and Age Groups /
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Terminal Education Ages of Per^bns 15 Years
and over by Sex, Age Group and' Occupation Order
Population aged 16 and over/i^y Occupation and
I n d u s t r i a l Status
Co., C.B.
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Occupations:
Occupied Population agecj'lS and over by
Occupation, Marital Condition and Age Group
Co., C.B.
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Occupations:
Population aged 15 arid over by Socio-economic
Group, Social Class and Age Group
Co., C.B.
83
25
Industries:
Working Population aged 15 and over by Industry
(excluding persons out of work)
Co., C.B.
85
4
Persons bom outside Northern Ireland by
Religion and Place of Birth
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Persons bom outside the B r i t i s h I s l e s /by
Nationality and Usual Address a year ^go
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PART I
EXPLANATORY NOTES AND DEFINITIONS OF
TERMS USED m
THE REPORT
/AREA
The acreages given are as measy:red by the Ordnance Survey and relate to the
County, County Borough and other a^Jministrative and territorial divisions as
constituted at the date of the 1961 Census. Foreshore is excluded. Acreages of areas
covered by the larger rivers, lak!es and tideways are also excluded from the body of
Tables 4 and 5, but the total i^ given in a footnote thereto.
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POPULATION
The 1961 Census population comprises all living persons, irrespective of their
usual address or nationality/,' who spent Census night in the area of enumeration.
Members of the Armed Force^s^ (including those of Commonwealth and foreign countries
except personnel aboard foreign naval vessels) are included. Persons travelling
on Census night were.^numerated with the population of the district in which they
arrived the next day unless they had already been enumerated elsewhere. Persons
on vessels at moorings or anchorage in Northern Ireland waters or aboard ships on
coastwise voyage to Northern Ireland ports were counted as part of the population
of the district containing the mooring, anchorage or arrival, port.
Except where otherwise stated, figures quoted in respect of previous Censuses
relate to areas as constituted at the respective Census dates. It should be noted
that there were no changes, affecting Census statistics, in the constitution or
boundaries of administrative areas in the County or of wards in the County Borough
during the last intercensal period.
ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISIONS
The County is divided into seven administrative areas - one municipal borough,
two urban districts and four rural districts. Not being divided into wards, the
entire municipal borough and each urban district form the territorial units for
local council elections. In rural districts, the units are the district electoral
divisions of which there are 83. The County is also divided into nineteen county
electoral divisions which are the units for county council election purposes. The
County Borough comprises three wards, each of which is a unit for borough council
elections.
There are five parliamentary constituencies for elections to the Northern
Ireland Parliament, three being wholly in the County and two partly in the County
and partly in the County Borough. Excluding Magherafelt Rural District (which is
combined with part of County Tyrone to form the Mid-Ulster constituency), the
County and County Borough together form one constituency for elections to the
United Kingdom Parliament.
BUILDINGS FOR HABITATION
For enumeration record purposes, a building was broadly defined as a structure
comprising one or more rooms or other spaces enclosed within external or party walls.
A structure detached from but subsidiary to a main building was regarded as part of
the main building unless it contained residential accommodation normally occupied by
a separate household. Non-permanent structures such as huts, shacks and converted
railway carriages and mobile structures such as tents and caravans were treated as
buildings only if they were occupied on Census night or were some person's usual
residence. Unoccupied structures of wood, asbestos, corrugated iron, etc., used as
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casual residences, e.g. at week-ends or holiday times, were regarded as buildings
if they appeared to be of sound construction and had amenities such as piped water,
sewerage facilities and electric lighting.
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Dilapidated structures which were unoccupied and unlikely to be used again were
ignored. Buildings in course of erection were listed only if some part thereof was
in use as residential accommodation.
Buildings for habitation comprise all buildings used wholly or partly as
residential accommodation. They are divided into two categories:(i) Private dwellings consisting of structurally separate units of living
accommodation occupied or normally occupied by private households. They
include houses, flats, non-permanent and mobile structures, and accommodation
in buildings which are not wholly residential. Married quarters in Service
establisliments are also included.
A building is regarded as not wholly residential if part of it is used
exclusively or primarily for purposes other than living accommodation, for
example, a factory or block of offices containing a director's or caretaker's
flat, or a building comprising a shop and dwelling. Buildings such as a
doctor's or dentist's house with a room or annexe used as a surgery and a
house containing a clergyman's or author's study are, however, treated as
wholly residential.
(ii) Other buildings such as hotels, hostels,-boarding houses, hospitals,
welfare centres, religious community premises, boarding schools and other
premises which exist for a specific functional purpose in addition to providing residential accommodation. Civilian shipping and establishments under
Naval, Army and Air Force discipline are included.
The term boarding house covers buildings described as such in the Census
returns and any buildings returned as private dwellings but containing five or
more boarders. At the 1951 Census, private dwellings in which three or more
boarders were enumerated were classified as boarding houses.
The term inhabited denotes actual residence of a person or persons on Census
night. Uninhabited buildings therefore include not only those which were vacant
on Census night but also those from which the usual occupants were temporarily
absent. Permanent habitation means normal occupation all the year round.
TYPES OF PRIVATE DWELLINGS
InJiabited private dwellings are classified on the basis of instructions issued'
to the Census enuraerators and which are summarised as follows:(i) A dwelling house means a dwelling of permanent construction which is not
divided into flats and is not a farmhouse. A prefabricated bungalow provided
by a local authority is included.
(ii) A ^l^t means a completely self-contained dwell^lng on one or more floors
lAsith a separate entrance from the street or from ^common landing or staircase.
It must be possible to move between its rooms internally, without using a
c-omma landing or staircase used by other households. Also, none of the
'iousehold arrangements (see notes oii. page ix) m^ust be shared with the
occupants of another unit of dwelling accommodal^ion in the building. Where a
building has been converted for the use, of two/or more households, the
accommodation of any part is not regarded as a^flat unless each part occupied
by a householder has a main door giving acces,^ to the whole of the accommodation an.d unless the other conditions specifiyed above are satisfied.
(iii) A farmhouse means a dwelling of permahent construction from which the
occupier carries on farming as a main ocolSpation. In practice, a dwelling
described as a farmhouse on the Census return was classified as such only if
at least one member of the household w4s engaged in farming.
(iv) Some other ty^.e of dwelling means a tent, caravan or other movable dwelling, or such structure as a barn, but-office, hut or shed of wood, corrugated
iron or similar non-traditional material and which, though fixed, is of such a
tem.porary and insubstantial nature that it cannot be regarded as a permanent
dwelling,
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TENURE OF PRIVATE DWELLING ACCOMMODATION
When completing the Census returns, private householders were required to
ihdicate, under the following headings, how they occupied their accommodation;
the information is tabulated on the same basis:(i) As owner^occupier, including purchase by mortgage,
(ii) By renting from a local or public authority, including the Northern
Ireland Housing Trust, the Sailors' and"^Soldiers' Land Trust, Housing
Associations and Government Department's.
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(iii) By renting from another landlo]/d, and whether rented furnished or
unfurnished.
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(iv) In some other way; this -category covers accommodation which is neither
owned nor rented by the househcfld, for example, a house or flat occupied free
of rent by virtue of the particular employment of the head or other member of
the household.
In Tabl^ 6, a dwelling shared by two or more households is classified according to the tenure stated by the^main household, the latter being identified on the
basis of a graded list of tenures, owner occupied taking precedence over rented
and rented/unfurnished taking/precedence over rented/furnished.
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HOUSEHOLDS
A household is a person living alone, or a group of persons living together
and normally partaking of meals together whether in a dwelling or part thereof or
in a hotel, boarding house, hospital. Service establishment or other premises in
which some form of residential accommodation is provided. A private household is
a household occupying all or part of a dwelling house, flat, farmhouse or other type
of dwelling. A person (or persons) living in the same dwelling as, but not
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boarding with, the household is treated as a separate private household; but if
the person usually has at least one meal per day provided by the household he is
regarded as part of the household.
HOUSEHOLD ARRANGEMENTS
The arrangements on which information was collected in respect of each private
household are listed below. The householder was required to state whether individual
arrangements were used only by the household, shared with another household or were
not available.
(i) Cold water tap refers to a tap within the building, excluding a tap in an
open yard,
(ii) Hot water tap means water piped to a boiler, a tank with immersion heater,
geyser, sink heater, or any form of heating appliance which will allow hot
water to be drawn from a tap within the building.
(iii) Fixed bath means a bath peiTTianently installed with a waste pipe leading
outside the building. It is immaterial for this purpose whether there is
water piped to it or whether the room where it is installed is used only as
a bathroom.
(iv) later closet means any water closet, within or attached to the building
or in the yard, emptying into a main sewer, septic tank or cesspool. It does
not include a chemical closet or earth closet.
(v) Kitchen sink means a sink inside the building, whether in a kitchen or not,
with a drain pipe leading outside the building, and normally used for washing
up. It need not have water piped into it. A wash basin used primarily for
personal toilet is excluded.
(vi) Cooking stove or ran^e means any cooking stove, kitchen range or other
fixed grate using gas, electricity or any other fuel, provided there is an
oven. It does not apply where the only method of cooking is by gas-ring,
hotplate, portable electric or oil oven or by open fire.
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"^^^ ^QQ^^ counted are those normally used by the household for living, eating ^
or sleeping purposes. A kitchen if so used is included:, but not a scullery which
is used only for washing, cleaning or cooking. A pantry, cloakroom, landing,
lobby, closet or bathroom, or any warehouse, office, shop or other room used for
non-domestic purposes is also excluded.
In the tables classifying households by rooms occupied, any room shared by two
or more households in the same dwelling is allocated wholly to one (usually the
main)' household, ensuring however that the total number of rooms in the dwelling is
not altered.
VALUATION
The figures shown in Tables 4 and 5 relate to the rating year 1961/62 and have
been supplied by the Commissioner of Valuation, They are the totals of the
valuations in the various areas before reduction on account of derating, but
exclude in certain cases the valuations of such miscellaneous items as electricity,
gas and water undertakings, telegraphs and fisheries. The total of the excluded
valuations is given in a footnote to the tables.
Subject to the Local Government (Rating and finance) Act (Northern Ireland),
1929, as amended by subsequent legislation, agricultural land and buildings are
exempt from all ordinary rates, while industrial and freight-transport hereditaments and salmon and eel fisheries are partially derated. The consequent deficiency
in the yield of rates is made good by way of General Exchequer contributions.
USUAL ADDRESS
The persons regarded as having their usual addresses in the area of enumeration
include:•
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(i) Persons eniomerated in their own homes, and those enxjmerated in and having
a settled residence in private lodgings, boarding houses and hotels.
(ii) Resident domestic staff enumerated at their places of work.
(iii) Persons enumerated in and who were inmates of homes for old people, homes
for terminal care, homes for handicapped persons and homes for persons requiring special care,
(iv) Persons enimierated in chronic sick or psychiatric hospitals and who had been
patients or inmates for six months or more.
(v) Crews enumerated on vessels and usually living aboard ship, except crews
of vessels registered in ports outside the United Kingd6m.
(vi) Persons with no fixed addresses and persons for vynom usual addresses
were not stated and which could not be assumed from the Census returns.
School children and students living away from home /during term time were
required to give their home addresses on the Census retiirn. Members of H.M. Forces
nc I. enumerated on the special Forces return had to giv^ the addresses of their
married quarters or other home addresses,
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In addition to giving their usual addresses on/Census day, persons born outside the British Isles were also required to stat^'their usual addresses a year
i£o, i.e. at 25rd April, 1960.
BIRTHPLAQE:
A person born in a country which at Census day had ceased to have a separate
existence is regarded as born in the absorbing country, for example, birthplace
stated as Estonia, Latvia or Ukraine is classified as U.S.S. R. If the birthplace of an individual was not stated on the Census return, the county or country
of birth was assumed only where this could be done with reasonable certainty from
other entries in the return.
NATIONALITY
A persba. born outside the British Isles had to state his nationality on the
Census return, A.person born in a British Colony was instructed to enter "British"
on the return. A citizen of one of the following was instructed to write "British"
or "Commonwealth citizen":- United Kingdom and Colonies, Canada (including
Newfoundland), Australia, New Zealand, The Union of South Africa, India, Pakistan,
Ghana, Ceylon, The Federation of Malaya, The Federation of Rhodesia and Nyasaland,
The State of Singapore, Nigeria and Cyprus,/
RELIGION
In this classification, religion/ professions which differ only or mainly in
denominational'terminology are gener^illy grouped together, and figures for the
group as a whole are shown under thye name by which the group is officially or
commonly known. Thus the heading P;resbyterian includes United Presbyterian,
Trinitarian and Church of Scotlanc^. Church of Ireland is regarded as embracing
both Anglican and Episcopalian ex'cept for persons so described who had a usual
address in England; such persons/are classified as Church of England. In keeping with thd practice in the 19^1 Census Reports, figures for Church of England
and Episcopal Church of Scotlajc/d are merged with those for Church of Ireland in
the body of the tables, but their totals are given in a footnote to^Table 18.
TERMINAL EDUCATION AGE
At the 1951 Census, information was sought as to whether persons at educational establishments were attending full-time or part-time. In 1961, all
persons aged 15 years and over, who at Census day had ceased to receive fulltime education at school, college, university, etc. , were required to state the
age at which their full-time education ended. In this Report, such age is
referred to as the terminal education age.
OCCUPATIONS AND INDUSTRIES
The economic activity information collected at the Census was in respect of
persons aged 15 years and over, and related to the activity during the week ended
22nd April, 1961, i.e. the week preceding Census day. For a person in employment,
particulars were required of his main gainful employment during the week, irrespective of whether he was following his usual occupation or of the hours actually
worked; if not in employment or wholly retired at the end of the week, the reference was to his last full-time employment,
A fourfold classification was adopted in analysing the economic activity
information, namely, by occupation, industry, employment status and economic
position, each being independent of the others and dealing with a different aspect
of a person's employment or former employment. The results are tabulated on the
basis of the revised occupational* and industrial Classifications used for 1961
Census purposes in the rest of the United Kingdom, viz,, the Classification of
Occupations, 1960 (H.M. S.O, Price £1 7s. 6d. net) and the Standard Industrial
Classification, 1958 (H,M.S,0, Price 2s. 6d. net). Compared with previous
Classifications, considerable changes have been made in the new Classifications to
help make them conform with the current organisation of industry and commerce and
to bring them more into line with recommended international standard Classifications.
A detailed comparison of the 1961 data with those of earlier Censuses is, therefore,
necessarily limited.
As at the 1951 Census, the sole criterion for determining a person's occupation is the kind of work he performs. The nature of the factory, business or service
in which he is employed has no bearing on his occupational classification except to
the extent that it may enable ,the nature of his duties to be more clearly defined.
Thus every joiner, whether employed in shipbuilding, the building industry or on
routine maintenance work in a textile factory, is classified to the same occupational group. The only exception to the rule applies to labourers assigned to
groups 181-188 where the allocation is on a strictly industrial basis. Similarly,
the industry to which a person is classified is largely independent of his occupation
and is determined by reference to the business or economic activity in, or for the
purposes of, which his occupation iis followed, regard being had only to the nature
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of the service or product to which his labour contributes. For classification "
purposes, the industrial unit used is the "establishment", which is normally the
whole of the premises, such as a factory, transport undertaking or shop, at a
particular address.
Brief definitions of certain terms in the Report are given below.
Occupied or economically active population: all persons in employment during
the week preceding Census day, including those temporarily away from work because
of holidays, sickness, strikes, etc.; also included are persons who were out of
employment but expecting to work again and young persons who had left school and
were seeking their first job.
Working population: the occupied or economically active population excluding
persons out of work.
Large establishments: establistiments, other than farms, employing 25 or more
persons.
Small establishments: other establishments.
Economically inactive population: all persons aged 15 and over without paid
occupations. Included are the following specified groups:Institution inmates: inmates of institutions who returned a former occupation
and were not stated to be retired, but who were known or assumed to be withdrawn from employment for a period in excess of six months.
Retired persons: formerly occupied persons who ceased to be employed and did
not expect to work again.
Students: persons above the age of compulsory education at educational
establishments.
Housewives: with no other stated occupation.
SOCIAL a A S S AND SOCIO-ECONOMIC GROUPS
A convenient summary of economic activity Information for social and medical
purposes is provided by two further classifications, namely Social Class and Socioeconomic Group.
Social Class - Under this classification, the many occupational unit groups
are arranged into the following five broad categories:/'
I. Professional, etc. occupations
II. Intermediate occupations
III. Skilled occupations
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lY. Partly skilled occup^^tions
Y. Unskilled occupatioiis
To give a somewhat finer classification, social classes II, III and lY are divided
iiito ^'manual", **non-*manual" and "agricultur^^^ sub-groups, lithin this framework,
social class I is wholly ^'non-manual", and/4ocial class V wholly "manual". Members
of the Armed Forces and persons with inadequately described occupations are
excluded from the classification.
Socio-economic Groups - The 15 socio-economic groups introduced in 1951 are
replaced by 16 rather different groups, the allocation of persons to the groups
being determined by a cross-classification of occupation and employment status.
The socio-economic groups, with brief definitions, are as follows:(1) Employers and managers in central and local government, industry,
commerce, etc. - large establishments
(2) Employers and managers in industry, commerce, etc. - small establishment^
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(.3) Professional workers - self employed
Self employed persons engaged in work normally requiring qualifications
of university degree standard,
(4) Professional workers - employees
Employees engaged in work normally requiring qualifications of university
degree standard.
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(5) Intermediate non-manual workers
Employees, not exercising general planning or supervisory powers, engaged
in non-manual occupations ancillary ta/the professions but not normally
requiring qualifications of universi-^ degree standard; persons engaged in
•artistic work .and not employing othe^rs thereat; and persons engaged in
occupations otherwise included in Group (6) who have an additional and fonnial
supervisory function.
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(:6) Junior non-manual workers
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Employees, not exercising ^4neral planning or supervisory powers, engaged
in clerical, sales and non-maniial communications and security occupations,
excluding those who have additional and formal supervisory functions.
(7) Personal service workers
Employees engaged in service occupations caring for food, drink, clothing
and other personal needs.
(8) Foremen and supervisors - manual
Employees (other than managers) who formally and immediately supervise
others engaged in manual occupations, whether or not themselves engaged in
such occupations.
(9) S k i l l e d manual workers
Employees engaged in manual occupations which require considerable and
specific skills.
(10) Semi-skilled manual workers
' Employees engaged in manual occupations which require slight but specific
skills.
(11) Unskilled manual workers
Other employees engaged in manual occupations.
(12) Own account workers (other than professional)
Self employed persons engaged in any trade, personal service or manual
occupation not normally requiring training of university degree standard and
having no employees other than family workers.
(13) Farmers - employers and managers
Persons who own, rent or manage farms, market gardens or forests,
employing people other than family workers in the work of the enterprise.
(14) Farmers - own account
Persons who own or rent farms, market gardens or forests and having no
employees other than family workers.
(15) Agricultural workers
Employees engaged in tending crops, animals, game or forests, or operating
agricultural or forestry machinery.
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(16) Members of armed forces,.
The detailed allocations of the occupation/employment status groups to the
social classes and socio-economic groups are given in the Classification of
Occupations, 1960.
CONVENTION AS TO DOTS (.) AND DASHES (-)
In the tables, a dot (.) indicates that figures are not available or that the
column heading is not relevant to the particular line on which the dot is shown;
p dash (") indicates that the quantity is zero or, in the case of rates, less than
half of the final digit.
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COMPLETION AND REVISION OF CENSUS INFORMATION
When collecting the Census returns, the enumerators were required to examine
them for obvious omissions and errors, asking such questions from the persons
delivering the returns as seemed necessary to complete and correct them. Further
scrutiny and revision of the returns took place at various stages of the work in •
the Census Office. In some cases, notably where ages had been omitted, enquiries
were instituted; otherwise, information was inserted or amended only if reasonable
assumptions could be made from other particulars on the returns. Prior to compilation, the data extracted from the returns were edifed for impossible and unlikely
combinations, corrections being made by reference back to the returns. Finally,
the tabulations were checked for compatibility of related data.
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PART II
STATISTICAL NOTES
The explanatory notes and definitions in Part I apply equally to the notes
which follow and to the tables in Part III.
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AREA/
Excluding the larger rivers, lakes an'd tideways, the total area of the County
and County Borough was 514,715 acres or^04 square miles. This represents 15 per
cent of the area of Northern Ireland. In 1915 the County lost about one-third of a
square mile to County Antrim (see note/to Table 2).
POPULATION
The totalj population of the County and County Borough was 165,'298, which is
9,758 persons ior 6, 5 per cent more' than at the 1951 Census. The total for the County
was 111,536 {-^6,088 persons or 5.B per cent) and for the County Borough 53,762
(+3,670 persons or 7.3 per cent)>
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Table 2 shows the trendy in the County and County Borough as a whole since the
first Census of Ireland was- taken in 1821. Between that year and 1841, the population rose from 193,869 to 222,461 which Is the highest yet recorded. Thereafter,
there was a continuous decline until 19'26, by which time the population had fallen
to 139,693,- i.e., less than two-thirds of the 1841 peak. With increases in
population at each of the last three Censuses, however, the total in 1961 was
greater than at any Census since 1871.
Natural Increase: Figures of the natural increase, actual variation and net
outward movement of the population during each intercensal period since 1901 are
given in Table I in respect of the combined County and County Borough.
TABLE I
Intercensal
period
Population
Births
a t beginning
registered
ot period
Deaths
registered
Excess of
b i r t h s over
deaths
Intercensal
v a r i a t i o n in
population
Net movement
outward
1901-1911
(10 years)
144, 404
33,487
25,515
7,972
1911-1926
(15 years)
140,625
48, 147
35, 669
12,478
1926-1937
(11 years)
139,693
33,763
22,405
11,358
+
1937-1951
(14 years)
142,736
52,281
28, 017
24,264
+ 12,804
11,460*
1951-1961
(10 years)
155,540
40,946
16,615
24,331
+
14,573
-
3,779
932
3,043
9,758
11,751
13, 410*
8,315
Including the deaths of non-civlllans of ttie County and County Borougti of Londonderry which occurred outside
Northern Ireland.
The natural increase of the population, i.e., the excess of births over deaths,
during the period 1951-61 was the largest for any intercensal period since, at least,
the introduction of birth and death registration in 1864; on the basis of annual
averages, it was approximately 40 per cent above that for the period 1937-51.
From such figures as are available it is evident that, commencing with the
famine years of the eighteen-forties and continuing for several decades into the
present century, there was a net movement of persons out of the County and County
Borough as a whole, which considerably more than off-set the gain from natural
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increase. While this trend has been reversed in the years following the '1926 Census,
the net outward migration during the most recent intercensal period accounted for
14,573 persons and was the highest for any period since 1891.
As is seen from Table 3, the County Borough and all administrative are^s of the
County, except Limavady and Portstewart Urban Districts, had a net outward migration.
In terms of the 1951 population, this migration was relatively greatest in the
County Borough (IS.6 per cent), followed by Coleraine Rural District (12,2 per cent)
and Londonderry Rural District (10.6 per cent).
Administrative Areas: Table II shows the population by administrative areas and
County Borough wards since 1901 and the variations during the period 1951-61.
TABLE II
Population
Intercensal
variation
1951-1961
Area*
1901
1911
1926
1937
1951
1961
Per
cent
Number
County and County
Borough
144,840
County
104, 348
99,576
Coleralne
M.B.
Llmavady
U. r>,
Portstewart "
Coleralne
R.D.
Llmavady
"
Londonderry "
Magherafelt "
6,958
2,69S
934
£1,861
17,931
14,980
38,992
County Borough
39,892
North
South
Waterside
Ward
»'
"
Persons,
per acre
in 1961
155, 540 165, 298
+ 9,758
+ e.z
0.32
94, 534
94, 923 105, 448 111,536
+ 6,088
+
5.8
0.22
7,785
2,667
1,685
20, 485
16,434
14, 413
1 36,107
8,078
2, 801
1,664
19,332
15,245
14, 673
32,741
9,180
2,772
2,587
18,822
14,598
15,871
31,093
10,748
3,176
3,563
19,518
16,206
21,031
31,206
11,901
4,325
3,950
19,298
17,629
22, 384
32, 049
+
+
+
'
+
+
"•*
•^ 10.7
+ 36.1
+ 10.8
1.1
+
8.8
+
6.4
+ 2.7
ii/si
40, 780
45,159
47,813
50, 092
53,762
+ 3,670
+
7.3
24.44
12,479
- 1,415 - 10.2
13,894
12,569^ 11,824^ 13,231?^ 13,644
1
+ 4,814 + 19.4
29,579
24, 765
19, 224^ 19,786^ 21,706^ 22,856
2.4
1
•
+
271 +
1
11,704
11,313 : 11,455
9,170 1 10,222
8,099
21.76
35.59
14.71
140, 356 139,693
142,736
1,153
1,149
387
220
1,423
1,353
843
7.54
3.03
0.17
0.12
0.27
0.20
*As constituted at the date of the 1961 Census.
T^Estlmated figure,
All areas except Coleraine Rural District returned increased populations in
1961. Numerically, the increases were greatest at 1,423 persons (+8.8 per cent) in
Limavady Rural District and 1,353 persons (+6.4 per cent> in Londonderry Rural
District, although Limavady Urban District (+36.1 per^^crent), Portstewart Urban
District (+10.8 per cent) and Coleraine Municipal BofDugh (+10.7 per cent) had
proportionately larger increases. The decrease in Coleraine Rural District amounted
to only 220 persons or 1.1 per cent of the 1951 toVal. In the County Borough, an
increase of 4,814 persons or 19.4 per cent in Souti Ward may be contracted with a
2.4 per cent increase in Waterside Ward and a decrease of 10.2 per cent in North
Ward.
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Since the turn of the century, all urban ai-eas and Londonderry Rural District
have shown an almost continuous growth in popu/ation ranging from 35 per cent in the
case of the County Borough to 323 per cent in/Portstewart Urban District. While the
three remaining rural districts, viz. Coler^ne, Limavady and Magherafelt,. had fewer
persons in 1961 than in 1901, their populations increased on the whole during the
last two intercensal periods.
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•
•
•
Of the total population, 44,7 per/bent were enumerated in administrative urban
areas including the County Borough, compared with 43.4 per cent in 1951. Population
densities, in terms of persons per acre, averaged 14.54 in the urban areas, ranging
from 24.44 in the County Borough to 3.03 in Portstewart Urban District. In the rural
areas, the densities varied between 0.27 in Londonderry Rural District and 0,12 in
Limavady Rural District.
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of pppulatiprL together with the nximbers of inhabited buildings and
private households are given in Table 4 in respect of smaller territorial units,
viz., district electoral divisions of rural districts and towns with no legally
defined boundaries.
Parliamentary Constituencies: The constituent divisions of the County and
County Borough as a whole for the purpose of elections to the Parliaments of both
Northern Ireland and the United Kingdom are ,^et out in Table 11 together with
figures of population, the number of eleott^ts
and the ratio of electors per 1,000
population in each constituency or relevajit part thereof,
PRIVATE DWELLINGS AND HOUSEHOLDS
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Total Dwellings: In 1961 there /Was a total of 38,868 private dwellings of which
57,269 were inhabited and 1,599 we^^e uninhabited. This represents an increase of
4,g75 dwellings or 12,4 per cent dn the corresponding 1951 total of 34,595 (inhabited
32,957; uninhabited 1,636). Figui/es for the County were 27,532 (+2,462 dwellings or
9,8 per cent) and for the County/Borough 11,336 (+1,813 dwellings or 19.0 per cent).
The intercensal variations are $hown by administrative areas and County Borough
wards in Table IV,
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TABLE IV*
Private dwellings
County
Coleralne
M.B.
U.D.
Llmavady
n
Portstewart
Coleralne
R.D.
ti
Llmavady
II
Lord^nderry
n
Magherafelt
County Borou
North
South
Waterside
Ward
II
n
Uninhabited
Total
Inhabited
23,596
1,474
27,532
26,164
2,469
4,665
3,511
3,906
7,340
57
24
107
615
213
125
433
9,523
9,361 i
162
11,336
11,105
2,733
4,565
2, 225
2, 667 1
4, 515
2,179
66
50
46
1 2,904
2,819
5,664
2, 622
Total
inhabited
25,070
2,526 :
776
1,060
„5,180
3,724
4,031
7,773
Intercensal variation
1961
1951
Area
752
953
3,054 : 2,983 ,
1,071
1,046
1,262
1,132
4,817
5,124
4,079
3,840
4,905
4,664
8,037
7,682
5,761
^ 2,671
Uninhabited
Total
Inhabited
Uninhabited
+2,462
+2,568
- 106
71
25
130
307
239
241
355
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+
+ 14
+
1
+ 23
- 208
+ 26
+ 116
- 78
231
+1, 813 +1,744
+
69
85 j + 171 + 152
+1,1.96 +1, 149
97
+ 446 + 443
49
+
+
+
19
47
3
1,368
528
295
202
56
355
874
264
514
294
179
152
329
758
342
*Table I I I , dealing with the environs of BeJ.Xast, appeared only in the Belfast county Borough volume.
liyith the exception of Coleraine Rural District where there was a small decrease,
all areas shared in the increased number of private dwellings. The three urban areas
of the County had an aggregate increase of 1,025 dwellings or 23.5 per cent, compared
with a net increase of 1,437 dwellings or 6.9 per cent in the rural districts.
Limavady Urban District showed the largest relative increase, viz., 38.0 per cent.
The total dwellings in the County Borough rose by 1,813 or 19.0 per cent, the
proportionate increases in the wards being 6,3 per cent in North Ward, 26,2 per cent
in South Ward and 20.0 per cent in Waterside.
The number of uninhabited dwellings in the County represented 5.0 per cent of
the total dwellings compared with 5,9 per cent in 1951; in individual areas, the
1961 percentages ranged from 10,3 in Portstewart Urban District to 2.3 in Coleraine
Municipal Borough and Limavady Urban District. In the County Borough, the proportion
of dwellings uninhabited was 2. 0 per cent which was slightly higjier than in 1951.
It should be noted that the dwellings returned as uninhabited included an unspecified
number of homes from which the usual occupants were only temporarily away on Census
night.
According to statistics furnished, by the Ministry of Health and Local Government, a;pproximateIy 5, 550 new unlts^ ^^ dwelling accommodation were provided in the
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County and 1,950 in the County Borough during the intercensal period. When these
figures are compared with the Census XincreasesirL the relevant totals of inhabited
and uninhabited dwellings, , it follows that, of the dwellings recorded at the 1951
Census, close on 2,900 in the County and some 130 in the County Borough either had
ceased to exist^by 1961 or were no longer used for private dwelling purposes.
Inhabited Dwellings; Table 6 shows, in respect of the County, County Borough
and each administrative division, the numbers of inhabited private dwellings, rooms
and persons therein. Excluding information on type and tenure of accommodatiori which
was collected for the first time in 1961 and which is dealt with in later paragraphs,
summary figures for the County and the County Borough are given in Table V together
with comparable figures at previous Censuses.
TABLE V
—
1926
1937
20,719
21,579
215
1.0
125
1951
1961
1
23,596
26,164
1
0.6
244
1.0
121
0.5
10,308
49.8
9,226
42,8
8,342
35.4
6,012
29.0
7,561
35,0
9,836
41.6
4,399
21.2
4,792
22.2
5,418
23,0
84, 059
90,956
102,616
119,617
91,941 •
92,306
101,371
107,535
County
Total Inhabited
dwellings
(No.
{%
Shared d w e l l i n g s
Dwellings w l t h -
(No.
1-3 rooms
1
(No.
4 - 5 rooms
( % •
•
•
(No.
(%
6 o r more rooms
'
T o t a l rooms
P o p u l a t i o n In p r i v a t e
dwellings
1
6,439
24.6
- 13,582
'
51.9
'
6,143
23.5
Average n o . of rooms p e r d w e l l i n g
4,06
4.22
4,35
4.57
Average h o . of p e r s o n s p e r d w e l l i n g
4.44
4.28
4.30
4.11
Average n o . of p e r s o n s p e r room
1.09
1.01
0.99
0.90
6,952
8,129
9r361
11,105
(No.
(%
1,328
19.1
1,233
15.2
92?
9.8
498
,4.5
1-3 rooms
(No..
(%
683
9.8
4 - 5 rooms
(No.
(%
4,212
60.6
(No.
2, 057
29.6
County Borough
Total Inhabited dwellings
Shared d w e l l i n g s
Dwellings w l t h -
6 or more rooms
(%
35,090
T o t a l rooms
P o p u l a t i o n In p r i v a t e
40,663/
dwellings
Average n o . of rooms p e r d w e l l i n g
Average n o . of p e r s o n s p e r d w e l l i n g
Average n o . of p e r s o n s p e r room
\
5.,^5
1
/
69^6
795.
8.5
1^403
12.7
5/391
/66.3
6, 456
68.9
7, 623
68.6
/2,062
25.4
2.110
22.6
1/
,
[
2,079
18,7
51,761
46,850
1
51,445
4.90
4.82
1
4.66
5,37
5.00
43,689 •
1
1
• .
45,144
39,801
1
/5.85
1.16
/
/
1.10
1,04
4,63
1
0.99
During the period 1951-61 the number of inhabited private dwellings increased
at almost twice the rate of growth of population therein as folldws - County :
dwellings +10,9 per cent, persons therein +6.1 per cent; County Borough:
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dwellings +18/6 per cent, persons therein +9»8 per cent. Largely for that reason,
the average ntunbers of persons per dwelling and per room decreased, thus continuing
the general trend revealed at previous Censuses. At 4. 11 persons per dwelling and
0.90 persons per room,: the 1961 average densities in the County were 7 per cent and
17 per cent, respectively, below the 19S6 averages; In the County Borough, the
averages and proportionate variations since 1926 were:- persons per dwelling 4,63
(-21 per cent) and persons per room 0.99 (-15 per cent). The number of shared
dwellings, i.e. those containing more than one household, also decreased significantly, particularly in the County Borough TAfcere the proportion of shared dwellings,
although still relatively high at 4,5 per gent, was less than one-quarter of the
1926 ratio.
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During the last intercensal period" an increase from 41. 6 per cent to 51. 9 per
cent in the proportion of dwellings w/th 4-5 rooms in the County was accompanied by
an almost corresponding reduction in^^ the proportion for dwellings with 1-3 rooms.
In the County Borough, however, the/proportion for 1-3 roomed dwellings increased
from 8, 5 per cent to 12.7 per cent/ which was largely offset by a fall in the
proportion for dwellings with six/or more rooms.
Table VI shows for each adin^dnistrative area and County Borough ward the
percentages'of inhabited dwellings by room categories, together with average
population densities per dwelling and per room.
TABLE VI
P e r c e n t a g e 3f I n h a b i t e d d w e l l i n g s w i t h
Area
1-2
rooms
3
rooms
4
rooms
County and coma t y
Borough
7.6
13.4
county
9.9
7
o r more
rooms
Average
n o . of
rooms p e r
dwelling
Average n umber
or pers
Per
dwelling
per
room
4.60
4.27
0^93
11.7
4.57
4.11
0.90
4.83
4.83
5.45
3.79
0.78
3.95
3.12
3.98
4.42
4.43
4.13
0,82
0.57
0.86
1.03
0,96
0.94
5
rooms
6
rooms
34.8
22.1
11.4
10.7
14.7
30.8
21,1
11.8
Coleralne
M.B.
1.5
10.0
29.7
36.5
14.3
8,0
Limavacly
Portstewart
U.D.
coleralne
Llmavady
Londonderry
Magtierafelt
R.D.
14.1
6.2
14.8
18.3
28.7
10.7
32.2
24,2
45.2
15.9
It
5.1
1.1
10.8
15. Y
10.3
11.5
12.0
17.5
13.6
20.6
18,4
15.0
16.5
14,3
11.5
il.5
tt
32.3
31.8
32.4
12.9
20.3
12.0
8,^
13,8
9,5
10.7
4.61
4.28
4.64
4.39
2.3
10.4
44,0
24,6
10,5
8.2
4.66
4.63
0.99
1.9
7.5
35.9
21.7
16,2
16.8
9,5
15.3
49:2
41.8
24,9
27,2
9.6
6.6
4.1
7.6
5.22
4.44
4.54
4.12
5.10
4.16
0.79
1.15
0.92
tt
ti
county Borough
North
south
waterside
ward
ri
tt
2.7
1.5
A comparison of the average number of rooms per dwelling and the numbers of
persons per dwelling and per room in urban areas with the corresponding averages in
rural areas is given below.
County Borough
Other urban areas
Rural areas
Average number of
Rooms per
Persons per
dwelling
Dwelling
Room
4,66
4.63
0.99
4.97
3.67
0,74
4.47
4, 22
0, 94
In the case of persons per dwelling and per room, the averages for the County
Borough were approximately 26 per cent and 34 per cent, respectively, above the
corresponding averages for the other urban areas as a whole and also higher than the
overall averages for the rural districts.
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Type and Tenure of Inhabited Dwellings: Of the 25,787 inhabited permanent ;
dwellings in the County^ 20j\p03 or 77.6 per cent were classified as dwelling hou$es.
Of the latter, 33.6 per cent were owner occupied, 38,6 per cent were rented from^
local or public authorities and 29.4 per cent were rented unfurnished from other
landlords. Those rented furnished from other landlords accounted for 1.6 per cent,
the remainder (2.8 per cent) being occupied in some other way* At 408, the number
of flats in the County represented 1.6 per cent of the total inhabited permanent
dwellings. Some 60 per cent were rented from local or public authorities and a
further 25 per cent were rented from other landlords. Farmhouses numbered 5,376 or
20,8 per cent of the total permanent dwellings.
In the County Borough, 97.4 per cent of the inhabited permanent dwellings were
classed as dwelling houses; of these, 36.1 per cent were owner occupied, 27.3 per
cent were rented from local or public authorities and 35.2 per cent were rented,
mostly unfurnished, from other landlords. Of 282 flats, which represented 2.6 per
cent of the total permanent dwellings in the County Borough, some 87 per cent were
rented from local or public authorities and almost nine per cent were rented from
other landlords.
Table VII shows by administrative areas and County Borough wards the percentages 9f inhabited dwelling houses and flats in each main tenure category,
together with the number of farmhouses in each area.
TABLE VII
Flats
Dwelling houses
Total
Owner
occupied
Rented
from
local or
public
authority
No,
Area
Rented
from
other
landlords
Occupied
In SGjne
other
way
Owner
Total occupied
No. :
Rented
from
other
landlords
%
%
Occupied
In some
other holises
way
%
%
%
%
County and
County Borough 30,821
34.5
30.7
32.5
2,3
690
5,9
71,5
18.3
4.3
5,378
County
S0,0OS
33.6
32.6
31.0
2.8
408
10.0
60.5
24.8
4.7
5,376
2,802
31.0
34.7
11.5
36.8
41,9
34,3
28.3
30.7
39,2
31,4
29.0
31.9.
31,2
30.2
1.9
2.8
1.2
3,7
2.9
3,1
2.7
176
73
49
32
5
65
8
11.9
1,076
3,395
2,801
3,799
5,171
36.4
23,3
55,9
30.5
23.3
31,4
38.8
3
1
7
-
~
12.3
12.5
52.3
12.5
24.4
19.2
16.3
18.8
100.0
3^.3
50.0
4.6
1.3
8.2
6.2
59,1
74,0
65.3
68.8
County Borough
10,818
36.1
27,3
35.2
,1,4
282
-
87,2
8.9
3,9
2
North
Ward
South
"
Waterside
"
2,779
5,428
2,611
43,6
29.1
42.6
15,6
34.0
25.7
38.3
36.0
30,4
2,5
0,9
1.3
39
235
,.-'/ ^
30.8
99.6
43.6
25.6
-
Coleraine
Llmavady
Portstewart
Coleraine
Llmavady
Londonderry
Magherafelt
M.B.
U, D.
"
R.D.
"
»
"
959
%
8/
%
Rented
from
local or
public
authorl ty
5.5
10.2
—
**
6.2:
3.1 ;
25.0 \
0.4
87.5
No.
1,290
968
641
2,466
-.
12.5
2
1—-.
The proportion of owner occupied to total/inhabited permanent dwelling houses
ranged from 55.9 per cent in Portstewart Urbar^^'District and 38,8 per cent in
Magherafelt Rural District to 23.3 per cent ijd each of Limavady Urban and Rural
Districts. Limavady Rural District had the h/ghest percentage, viz. 41.9, of
dwelling houses rented from local or public/authorities; the percentage was lowest
at only 11.5 in Portstewart Urban District/ In the case of dwelling houses rented
from other landlords, the proportions did/not vary significantly as between one '
area and another.
/
Goleraine Municipal Borough had 176 flats which represented 43 per cent of the
total flats in the County; three-fifths were rented from local or public authorities
and one-quarter were rented from other landlords. Of the 282 flats in the County
Borough, 235 were situated in South War(^; all but one of the latter were rented
from local or public authorities. The pi^pportion of farmhouses to total peimanent
dwellings in the rural areas varied between, 32. 3 per cent in Magherafelt Rural
District and 14.2 per cent in Londonderry Rural District.
XX
. The niomber of inhabited dwellings retunjied as non-permanent was 580, of which
three were situated in the County Borough; 370 of them were stated to be normally
occupied, all the year round. Their classification by tenure was:- owner occupied
124; rented from local or public authorities 96; rented from other landlords furnished 71, unfurnished 70; occupied in some other way 19. An analysis by type
^ahd location of dwelling is given below.
Converted railway
carriages,
omnibuses, etc.
Caravans, tents
and other
mobile structures
"Goleraine
Limavady
Coleraine
Limavady
Londonderry
Magherafelt
Londonderry
M. B.
U. D.
R. D.
'.^
"
"
G. B.
Barns,
sheds and
other types
2.
13
24
57
34
'20 /
2 /
17
2
59
7
125
14
1
2
13
100
66
159
37
3
•22
206
380
/
/
152
Total
Private Households: TabL^ 7 shows the numbers of private households in each
administrative area and Coupxy Borough ward by household sizes, rooms occupied and
densities of room occupatidn. In the County there were 26,308 private households or
2,424 more than at tha.previous Census. This represented an increase of 10. 1 per
cent, which may be contrasted with increases of 10.9 per cent in the number of
inhabited private dwellings, 16.6 per cent in the number of rooms occupied and 6.1
per cent in the private household population. The particulars for the County Borough
were:- 11,862 private households, which was an increase of 1,278 households or 12.1
per cent as against increases of 18.6 per cent in inhabited private dwellings, 14.7
per cent in rooms occupied and 9.8 per cent in private household population. During
the- intercensal period, the average size of households in the County decreased from
4. 24 to 4.09 persons and from 4. 43 to 4.34 persons in the County Borough.
The number of households in each size group from one to five persons per household was higher than in 1951, the increases being greatest in the two-persons group,
viz., County +974 households (+22.9 per cent) and County Borough +447 households
(+25.2 per cent). Households consisting of ten or more persons increased by 13.8 per
cent in the County and by 42. 6 per cent in the County Borough. The only significant
decreases were a 5. 2 per cent reduction in the number of 6-8 persons households in
the County and a 6.2 per cent reduction in households of six and seven persons in
the County Borough.
The largest groups by household sizes were households cunsisting of two, three,
four ajid five persons in that order. This was the same as in 1951 except that in
the County Borough the order of the two-nersons and three-persons households wa3
reversed. Expressed as percentage^ of the total households, the proportions were
as followstCounty
Size of household
1961
1951
fo
%
Two persons
Three "
Four '*
Five
"
County
19.9
17.6
16.2
12.'2
17.8
17.5
16.0
12.6
1951
%
16.8
17.0
16.2
13.2
Borough
1961
fo
18.7
17.5
15.0
12.7
/
The 1961 percentage distribution of private households by sizes is shown for
each administrative area and County Borough ward in Table VIII.
xxi
TABLE VIII
Average number
of persQUs
p e r household
P e r c e n t a g e Of p r i v a t e h o u s e h o l d s c o n s i s t i n g of
Area
1
person
persons
3
persons
4
persons
1
5
1 ' 6
persons 1 persons
7 o r more
persons
1951
1961
[
County and County
Borough
10.0
19.5
i'7.5
15.8
12.4
County
10.6
19.9
17.6
16.2
12.2
Coleralne
M.B.
Llmavady
U,D.
Portstewart "
Coleralne
R.D.
Llmavady
«
Londonderry "
Magherafelt »
9.5
10.6
18.4
11.7
9.4
6.5
1£.S
22.2
22.8
26.9
19.2
17.6
18.7
19.7
19,9
16.9
18.1
18,3
16.6
18.4
16.2
18.6
15.7
17.9
16.2
15.8
16.6
15.1
8.9
18.7
17.5
10.9
8.3
7.8
23.0
16.1
19.7
20.0
14.8
20.3
County Borough
North
South
Waterside
Ward
"
"
16.3
4.30
.4.17
8.4
15.1
4.24
4,09
12,4
12.6
9.6
12.9
11.7
12.9
11.8
8.1
8.8
5.0
8.0
9.1
9.2
8.3
9.3
12.6
4.1
13.7
19.8
17.7
16.7
4.04
3.94
3.20
4.12
4.47
4.73
4.19
3.76
3,90
3,08
3.98
4.41
4.37
4,13
15,0
12.7
8.7
18.5
4.43
4.34
16*^.9
12.4
12.2
14.3
7.4
9.5
8.3
9,4
26.5 .
11.5
4.03
4.73
4.29/
3,68
4.86
'3,96
12.6
18.1 J
!
8.5
The average size of private households in the urban areas of the County was
3.64 persons compared with 4, 20 in the rural areas and 4. 34 in the County Borough.
In individual areas, the averages ranged from 3.08 in Portstewart Urban District to
4.37 in Londonderry Rural District and 4,41 in Limavady Rural District. The average
reached 4.86 persons in Londonderry South Ward which was the only ward or administrative area with a higher average than in 1951,
Rooms and Density of Occupation: Intercensal changes in the proportion of house*
holds by room categories are indicated by the following summary:-Percentage of households occupying
l - g rooms
County
County Borough
4, rooms
3 rooms
5 rooms
6 o r more
1951
1961
1951
1961
1951
1961
1951
1961
1951
1961
17.9
14,7
10.3
8.6
18.8
9.8
11.8
11,8
S7.i
39.2
30.7
41.E
13.9
18.9
21,0
82.7
^^ * c
17,4
^o. ^
15.7
As in 1951, households occupying four rooms foruied the largest individual group,
accounting for 30,7 per cent and 41.2 per cen-^/qf the total households in the County
and the County Borough, respectively. Households in five rooms were the next largest
group. Households of two persons in four rooftis were in the majoi*ity in the County
compared with households of three persons ih four rooms in 1951. In the Coxinty
Borough the three-persons households in foui* rooms were the most frequent, whereas
households of four persons in four rooms w^re numerically the most significant at
the previous Census.
/
Table IX shows for eaqh administraj/ive area and County Borough ward the 1961
relative distribution of households by/rooms occupied, together with the percentages
of households and population living a/a density of over two persons per room. '(Such
a density has been chosen to provide/a convenient comparison with information ; .
published at previous Censuses and not as a measure or definition of overerowdiiig.
Data for a limited sub-division o/a density of two or less persons per room are
given in Table 7; figures for almost any required density can be arrived at from
the details in the Table). Thez-proportion of households occupying less than four
rooms was generally much lower in urban than in rural areas, varying between 8.8 per
cent in Portstewart Urban District and 34.2 per cent in Limavady Rural District.
The average in the County Borough was 20.4 per cent.
xxll
TABLE IX
Percentage of p r i v a t e households occupying
Area
1-2
rooms
County and County
Borough
3
rooms
4
rooms
/
5 /
rooE^s
6-7
rooms
8 or
more
rooms
P e r c e n t a g e of
private household population
a t d e n s i t y of
over Z persons
p e r room
Percentage
of p r i v a t e
households
at density
of over
2 persons
per room
1951
1961.
/
9.8
13.8
34.0/
21.5
15.7
5.2
7.2
19,8
15.2
County
10,3
14.8
30'. 7
21,0
17.2
6,0
7.3
21.5
15.3
Coleralne
M.B.
Llmavady
U.D.
Portstewart
"
Coleralne
\ R.D.
Llmavady
"
Londonderry
"
Magherarelt
"
^.1
5.3
1.8
10.9
15.9
11.6
11.6
10.3
/S9.6
14.4 ^' 29.0
7 . 0 / 10.8
14.8/
32.1
32.3
18.3^
31.2
12.i
32.3
17/. 5
36.2
24.0
44.5
15.9
13,7
20.3
18,4
17.9
22,8
28.1
18.6
13.5
18.6
14.8
3.9
4,5
7,8
7.7
6.3
6.2
5.4
1.8
3.0
0.3
6.5
11.4
9.8
7.9
8.7
10.0
3.6
19.2
28.7
27.4
22.7
4.6
7.0
0.7
14.0
22.1
18.9
16.7
11.8
41.2
22.7
12.3
3,4
7.0
16.3
14.8
10.5
10.4
16.5
33.3
45,9
40,1
19.3
23.3
25.3
18.6
10.6
8.5
7.4
1.4
3,3
2.9
10.7
3.9
9.8
20.7
13.8
5.7
21.1
7.9
County Borough
North
South
Waterside
Ward
"
"
8.6^-'
10.9
8.4
6,3
Households in the County sharing accommodation with other households accounted
for one per cent of the total households; the proportion was highest at 2.7 per cent
in Londonderry Rural District and lowest at 0.2 per cent in Magherafelt Rural
District. In the County Borough, however, more than ten out of every hundred households shared accommodation; although still relatively very high, this proportion
reflected a considerable improvement in the position at the 1951 Census when some
twenty in every hundred households shared their accommodation with other households.
The niomber of households consisting of three or more persons living in a single
room in the County decreased during the last intercensal period from 194 to 103 of
which only five were in urban areas. The figures for the County Borough were - 1951:
240 households; 1961: 96 households.
Households accommodated at a density of over two persons per room niombered
1,91Q in the County and 833 in the County Borough. Their proportion to total households, with comparable figures at earlier Censuses, were:1926
Cdunty
County Borough
16.0
17.3
1951
1961
%
%
12.0
9.4
7.3
7.0
In individual areas, the proportions ranged from 0.3 per cent in Portstewart Urban
District to 11.4 per cent in Limavady Rural District. Households at a density of
1;^'2 persons inclusive per room accounted for 13.2 per cent of the households in
the County and 17.0 per cent of those in the County Borough; at one and over but
under 1^ persons per room, the respective percentages were 25.8 and 30.0. Households returning an average- density of less than one person per room formed 53.7 per
cent (1951: 45.9 per cent) of the total in the County compared with 46.0 per cent
(1951: 40,4 per cent) in the- County Borough.
Of the total private household population, 15,3 per cent and 14.8 per cent in
the County and County Borough, respectively, were residing at over two persons per
room. These proportions, particularly the former, were lower than the corresponding
ratios in 1951. The proportions for individuals areas and wards, which varied
bet;Ween 0.7 per c^nt in Portstewart Urban District and 22.1 per cent in Limavady
Rural District, were also less than in 1951 except in Londonderry South Ward where the
previous high percentage of 20,7 increased further to 21.1
xxlll
Persons living at a density of 1-^,2 personB per room represented 20. 3 per aent
in the County and 26*0 per cent in the County Borough; at a density of one -and over
but under 1-^ persons per.^oom, the proportions were County '29/0 per cent and County
Borough 31.8 per cent. In th'sa under one person per room category, the percentage in
the County was 35.4 compared with 27.4 in the County Borough.
; Household Arrangements: Table 8 shows, in respect of the arrangements on wiliich
information was sought in the Census return, the extent to which private households
had access to such arrangements in their dwellings and whether they had exclusive
use of the arrangements or shared them with other households. The information is
analysed according to the number of households per dwelling and the tenure and type
of accommodation occupied.
•
In the County as a whole, 40.8 per.cent of the households had use (sole or
shared) of all six arrangements; 11.1 per cent had none of the arrangements. The
corresponding proportions for the County Borough were:- all arrangements 49.9 per
cent, no arrangements 0,2 per cent. Of the households in the County without any of
the arrangements, 57 per cent were in owner-occupied accommodation and 35 per cent
were in accommodation rented unfurnished from private landlords; close on two-third
occupied dwelling houses, with the remainder mostly in farmhouses.
The arrangements available most and the percentages of households which had th
use of them were as follows:County Borough
County
Cold water tap
later closet
Kitchen sink
Cooking s t o v e o r range
62. A%
56. Ofo
64. bfc
85. 2$
93. Zfo
99.0fo
87.0%
92. 7%
The relatively high proportion of households in the County Borough with the use;Of
a water closet reflects the extent - approximately one in twelve - to which households shared the arrangement with other households. The arrangements possessed by
fewest households were a hot water tap" and a fixed bath; 54 per cent of the households in the County had no hot water tap and 57 per cent lacked a fixed bath. The
proportions in the County Borough were:- no hot water tap 44 per cent, no bath 46
per cent.
TABLE X
f
Tenure and type of
accommodation
Coimty
Households In accommodationOwner occupied
Rented rrom l o c a l or
puDllc antJiorltles
Rented from other landlords
Fumlslied
Unfurnished
Occupied in some other way
Percentage of t o t a l households with use of
Total
households
All
1 oold
arrange- water
ments
tap
Hot
water
tap
Water
closet
56,0
64.5
85,2
49.7
61.2
83.6
67.3 '
74,9
85,9
93.9
M.5
60.5
17.8
52.0
72.a
45,4
60.6
80.2
45.7
67.2
92,4
78.1
86.3
47.5
90.9
25,9
2.3
62.4
98.3
30,5
36.4
' 68.4
98.3
48.1
58,1
86.8
90.0
79.2'
82.1
56.1
64.1
99.0
87.0
92.7
/96.8
61.7
57.5
99.1
93.3
95,8
/ "^ 99.0
93.9
93.3
99,8
98.3
26,308
40.8
62.4
46.0
43.1
12,078
39.4
59.6
45.9
.' 41.0
6,888
63.8
514
6,191
637
79.9
54.5
16.1
49,6
67. r
/
77.6
46.6
64.7
62.6
?b,o
/
/
20,114
408
5,390
396
45.2
81.8
24.6
1.0
66.1 '• 49,5
98.0 / 9 4 . 1
4a,7 / 32,2
8,1
46.2/
County Borou^
11,862
49.9
93/2
•
/ ' •
Households occupyingDwelling houses
Flats
FamihQUses
Other types of dwelling
Kitchen
sink
......
Households occupylngDwelllng houses
Flats
Farmhouses
Ot^er types of dwelling
Households in accommodationOvmer occupied
Rented from local or
public a u t h o r i t i e s
Rented from other landlords
mmlshed
Unfurnished
Occupied In some other way
cooking
stove
or range
Fixed
hath
3,909
/
53.4
3,201
/
92.5
478
4.103
171
28.0 /
15. a-'
52^^
'
11,573
282 r
4
3
'
'
/
/
••••
98..1
^
97,5
84.7
94.7
55^6
2:1.4
57.3
93.0
100,0
100.0
66.7
55,2
96.6
1 25.0
33.3
•
...
61.5
19.2
56.7
98.5
98,3
98,8
88,9
71.9
90.1
9Q.2
85.4
93.0
53,0
96.8
^.0
—
99,0
99,6
100,0
66.7
86.7
1 99.6
1 100.0
66.7
92.5
99.6
100,0
66.7
•
48,8
96.1
25.0
1
xxlv
Table X shows the numbers of households, expressed as percentages of the total
households, which had use (sole or shared) of the various arrangements according to
the tenure and type of accommodation occupied. Households in accommodation provided
by local or public authorities had relatively the greatest availability of arrangements, particularly in the County Borough where, for example, 92, 5 per cent of such
households-had use of all six arrangements compared with 53. 4 per cent for households in owner-occupied accommodation and 15.8 per cent for households in accommodation rented unfurnished from othex landlord^^'. As regards the availability of
arrangements according to the type of accqjdmodation occupied, households in flats
fared better than those in dw^elling. houses; the latter, in turn, had on average a
fnuch greater availability of arrangemen;ts than households occupying farmhouses,
,/
In Table XI a comparison is giv^^ on a percentage basis of the extent to which
households had sole or shared use of'the arrangements in the administrative areas of
the County and the County Borough yards.
" /
TABLE XI
1
Percentage of t o t a l households with use of
Total
households
Area
AU
ari;^geMents
Cold
water
tap
Hot
water
tap
Fixed
bath
Water
closet
Kitchen
sink
Cooking
stove
or range
County and County
Borough
38,170
43.-7
12,^0
49.2
46.5
69.4
71.5
87.5
County
26,308
40.8
62,4
46.0
43.1
56.0
64,5
85.2
66.4
57.6
86.3
31.3
31.5
41,7
31.9
94.9
89,7
99,6
50.2
52,1
62.8
52.8
73.3
66.5
90.5
36.6
35.2
46.4
37.0
68,0
63,4
88.4
33.5
32.6
45.7
53.4
99.4
92,2
99,3
41.8
41,6
55.5
44.1
92.3
85,7
99.4
57.0
53,8
65.9
54.8
95.5
89.3
98.9
82.7
82.2
87.7
80,2
11, 862
49.9
93.2
56.1
54.1
99.0
87.0
92,7
3,161
5,943
2,758
53.0
48.6
49.3
97.8
89.5
95.9
61.6
53.3
56,1
59.8
50.7
54.6 ^
99,3
98.8
99,1
93.4
81.7
91,2
94.2
91.4
93.7
Coleraine
M.B, •
LlTnavady
U.D.
Portstewart "
Coleralne
R. D.
Llmavady
"
Londonderry "
Hagherafelt "
County Borough
North
South
Waterside
Ward
"
"
3,006
1,059
1, 147
4,823
3,853
4, 730
7,690
,
In Portstewart Urban District virtually all households had use of a cold water
tap and water closet, and nine out of every ten had a hot water tap or bath or both.
At the other end of the scale, just over half of the househuldo in Coleraine,
Limavady and Magherafelt Rural Districts had a cold water tap, about two-fifths had
a water closet and one-third had a hot ^^^^ater tap or bath or both. In the South Ward
of the County Borough, one out of every ten households lacked a cold water tap
within the dwelling.
Household Socio-economic Groups: Table 9 gives an analysis, by the socioeconomic group of the head of household, of the numbers of private households and
persons therein according to the tenure of the accommodation and the number of
rooms occupied by the household. Except for that relating to rooms, the infoiroation
is siommarised in Table XII in respect of "the combined County and County Borough to
provide a convenient comparison between the main groups, k brief definition of each
socio-economic group is given in Part I of the Report,
XXV
TABLE XII
,....
Socio-economic group
i—i^.
i - i ^ , . — , — . — »
N^amber
of
private
Households
Average
Population number of
in
persons
private
per
households household
Proportion of households
In each tenure category
Rented
from
Ownerl o c a l or
occupied
public
authority
%
T
Rented
occupied
from
In some
other
other
landlords
way
^
%
%
County and County Borough
1, Z Employers and managers
3, 4 ProXesslonal workers
b. 6 Inteimeaiate and Junior
nonHTianual workers
Personal service workers
7
Foremen and supervisors 8
manual
Skilled manual workers
9
Semi-skilled manual workers
10
Unskilled
manual workers
11
Own
account
workers (other
12
than professional)
Farmers - employers and
13
managers
Farmers
- own account
14
Agricultural
workers
15
Members
of
armed
forces
16
I n d e f i n i t e and not applicable
Total
2,560
720
10,530
2,615
4»li
3.63
65.5
50.1
12.2
10.7
19,0
18.5
3,3
20.7
3.754
664
14,010
2,384
3.73
3.59
36.6
21,5
29.8
31.5
30,5
44.9
672
5,407
3,639
4,726
, 2,906
24,724
15,789
23,691
4.32
4.57
4.34
5.01
28.7
25,2
23.2 .
19,9
40.2
39,9
38,5
39.6
29,3
33.6
37,1
39.1
1.8
i.3
1,2
1.4
1,713
6,911
4.^3
54.4
13.3
30.9
1.4
1.339
4,629
2,228
750
5,367
5.957
18,822
10,332
2,684
17.625
4,45
4.07
4.64
3.58
3,28
94.3
93,7
16.7
6,8
39.8
0,7
1.5
33,3
59,5
21.9
3,7
4,0
46,9
33.6
36.3
38,170
158,980
4.17
41,9
26.4
29.6
1
,
3.1
2,1
1,3
O.B
3,1
0.1
2,0
2.1
Approximately 94 per cent of the heads of households who were farmers (S.E.G^s
13 and 14) and 65 per cent of employers and managers (S,E.G's 1 and 2) ovmed their
accommodation, compared with 20 per cent for unskilled manual workers (S.E.G. ll) and
less than 17 per cent for agricultural workers (S,E,G. 15). Households in accommodation rented from local or public authorities accounted for 1.3 per cent of those in
the farmers^ group, 10.7 per cent of professional workers (S.E.G^s 3 and 4) and
12.2 per cent of employers and managers. Excluding S.E,G, 16, the proportion was
highest at about 40 per cent for the various groups of manual workers classified to
S,E.G's 8-11. In the category of householders who rented their accommodation from
other landlords, the proportions ranged from 47 per cent for agricultural workers
to an average of four per cent for farmers.
Households in accommodation occupied in some other way represented only 2,1
per cent of the total households. The proportion for each ^ocio-e^onomTC group was
also small except in the professional workers* group wher/ it reached 20.7 per cent;
a probable reason for the latter is that the group concerned includes clergymen,
many of whom occupied rent-free accommodation provided ^^y their church authorities.
Table XII also shows the average sizes of households by socio-economio groups.
Against an average of 4.17 persons for all households/ the highest averages were
5.01 for households in the unskilled manual workers*/group, 4,64 for those in the
agricultural workers* group and 4. 57 for those in tl^ skilled manual workers* group.
The lowest averages were returned by households of ]s/(?hich the heads were professional
workers 3,63, personal service workers 3,59 and members of the armed forces 3.58
persons. With regard to households in the residua^ category of **Indefinite and not
applicable", it is pointed out that such househo^d^ include those of which the heads
had no occupation other than that of housewife^^ld who were accordingly excluded
from the socio-economic classification; in ma^y cases the household heads were
either widows or married women whose husband^ were away on Census night.
Calculations based on the data in Table 9 enable a general comparison to be
made of the average sizes of households hy tenure of the accommodation occupied
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as follows:Average size of household
Tenure
Ovmer occupied
Rented from local or public authorities
Rented from other landlords
Occupied in some other way
County
County Borough
3. 93 persons
4,64
"
3,86
"
3, 58
4,07 persons
5.59
3.71
3. 64
It will be seen that the average size of households in accommodation rented from
local or public authorities was appreciably greater than that of households in the
other main tenure categories.
USUAL ADDRESS
From Table 12 it can be seen' that 98,6 per cent of the population enumerated
in the County had usual addressed in the County; 0.9 per cent normally lived in the
County Borough or elsewhere in Northern Ireland and 0.5 per cent were usually
resident outside Northern, Irel^d. The proportions for the County Borough were:usual address in the County Borough 98.4 per cent, in the County or elsewhere in
Northern Ireland 0,8 per cent, and outside Northern Ireland 0.8 per cent.
SEX, AGE AND MARITAL CONDITION
Table 13 shows the distribution of the population in the County and the County
Borough by sex, individual years of age and marital condition. Summaries for each
administrative area and County Borough ward are given in Table 14. In Table XIII
below, the position in the County and County Borough combined is compared, on an
age group basis, with that at the 1951 Census.
TABLE XIII
Males
Age
group
Total
Single
Married
0-4
5-9
9,106
8,119
9,106
iO-i415-19
7,260
6,714
,
*
.
20-24
25-34
5,816
10,029
9,426
3§-44
45-54
5,158
5,075
2,689
1,847
16
656
4.919
6,616
5,449
Widowed
and
divorced
Single Married
10,054
10,054
8,846
8,719
8,846
8,719
7,315
2
5,716
9,547
9,285
8,603
35
121
1,319
3,883
4,470
2,402
1,086
540
2,600
980
784
882
176,544
1 48,897
25,119
2,528
8.489
•
.
,
7,563
5,639
Total
,.
•
.
-
267^
437
55-64
65-74
75 & over
Total
8,119
7,230
6,698
Percentage
intercensal variation
1961
U951
7,348
t
.
*
33
Widowed
and
divorced
.
.
.
-
Total
Single Married
+10.4
+10.4
+ 9.0
+20,1
+ 9.4
+ 9.0
+20.1
+ 9.2
-12,9
,
.
.
+
+
+
+
+
86.6
15.9
4.2
19.7
18.9
-100.0
+
+
2.8
9.5
- 21.0
+ 14.4
- 14.3
1,224
5,703
6,893
6.522
13
73
190
4,615
422
- 1.7
- 4.8
- 1.5
+13,8
+15.2
1,043
532
2,672
1,073
619
850
- 3.0
; + 2.2
i 8 1 , 4 0 4 150,502 128,735
1 2,167
+ 6.3
+ 3.3
,
.
•
•^
+14,6
. +14.6
+ 8.2
+18.1
+ 8.2
6
- 5.0
- 5,2
- 2,5
+ 7.1
+15,7
+ 3.6
+11.7 ,
+ 8,0
- 1,5
+13,0 1 -
+ 6.2
+ 2,4
6,497
4,334
2,455
+10.7
- 4.0
-
1.5
,
.
.
-
+106.3
4,492
3,831
2,319
1,891
1,460
-24,5
-13.8
+ 2.4
Widowed
and
divorced
- 62.9
- 39.7
- 28.6
3.4
-
3.6
Females
0-4
'
8,489 '
5-^
7,876
7,876
10-14
15-19
20-24
6,979
6,979
6,516
5,914
6,369
147
1,596
10,6^
25-34
9,965
35-44
8,346
46-54
6,447
55-64
5,007
65-74
TO & o v e r 2,820
4,315
4,003
2,581
2,244
1,803
1,492
806
6,502
7.013
5,341
3.265
1,711
498
78,996
46,957
26,073
Total
•
.
-
9,731
8,523
9,731
8,523
8.244
7,250
8,244
7,024
226
2.229
7,182
761
1,379
1,804
1,516
10,081
9,716
8,935
7,460
5,185
3,149
3,385
2,841
2,076
1.944
1,948
1,469
911
7,371
6,240
4,028
1,791
490
58
269
751
1,484
1,925
j 1.748
5,966
83,894
48,096
29,557
6,241
3
132
371
5,620
,
..
.
xxvll
+11.3
+18.1
+10.3
-21.6
-29.0
-19.6
-13.4
.1
.
•
•
—
•
•
+ 53.7
+
+
+
+
+
+
39,7
10.5
5.1
16.8
23.4
4.7
+100.0
- 56.1
- 27,5
1.3
+ 7,6
+ 6,7
:
1,6 + 1 5 , 3
+ 13.4
+
4,6
Sex distribution: In 1961 there were 1,031 females to every 1,000 males in the.
County and County Borough combined, compared with 1,052 in 1951- In all administrative urban areas and County Borough wards there were fewer males than females,
whereas males outnumbered females in each rural district; the proport?.ohs of females
per 1,000 males in the latter areas ranged from 977 in Coleraine Rural District to
only 896 in Limavady Rural District. The averages in the Co\anty and" County Borough
were 989 and 1,123 females per 1,000 males, respectively.
Taking the County and County Borough together, males exceeded females at most
ages up to and including 24 years. Thereafter, the position was largely reversed,
with females predominating at every age from 53 years onwards. At ages 70 years and
over there were approximately five women to every four men.
Ages: Comparing the aggregate figures for the County and County Borough with
those at the previous Census, there were increases in the numbers of persons in each
quinquennial age group from 0-19 years, particularly in the group 10-14. years where
males increased by 20. 1 per cent and females by 18.1 per cent. Altogether the figure
for young persons under twenty years of age rose by 7,656 which was more than threequarters of the intercensal increase in the total population. A net decrease of
1,822 persons (723 males and 1,099 females) or 3.5 per cent occurred in the groups
20-44 years. Except in the groups 70-79, increases were recorded in the numbers of
both men and women in all the significant age groups from 45 years upwards. No
centenarians were eniomerated at the 1951 Census, but four widows were returned as
aged 100 and over in 1961.
.The changed pattern of the percentage distribution of the County and County
Borough population by four broad age groups since 1901 is indicated below.
0-14 years
15-44
"
45-64
"
65 and o v e r
1901
1911
1926
1937
1951
1961
29.7
45.9
17.6
6.8
29.6
43.6
15.8
11.0
30.1
42.6
18.2
9.1
29.1
43.6
17.9
9.4
30.7
41.8
18.0
9.5
32.7
39.1
19.1
9.1
Marital Condition: Although the total persons aged 16 years (the statutory
minimum age of marriage) and over in the County and County Borough increased by
3,068 or 2.9 per cent, the number of single persons of marriageable age was fewer
by 3,946 (1,760 males and 2,186 females) or 8.7 per cent. The number of married
persons aged 16 and over rose by 7,100 (3,616 males and 3,484 females) or 13.9 per
cent; increases occurred in the figures for each relevant ag^ g'^oup up to 69 years,
particularly in those for the group 20-24 years where married males increased by
568 or 86.6 per cent and married females by 633 or 39.7 per cent. Widowers decreased
by 359 whilst the niomber of widows increased by 229. Of divorced persons wno had not
remarried, males decreased from 30 to 28 but females increased from 62 to 108.
The following statement shows the percentage distribution of the combined Count]
and County Borough population aged 16 and over by^sex and marital condition at the
last three Censuses.
1937
Males
Single
Married
Widowed
Divorced
49. 8
44.4
5.8
0.0
Females
46.4
42.7
10.9
0.0
1951
Males
45. 5 y
49.5 /
4.9/
0.5/
1961
,' F e m a l e s
41.0
48.0
10.9
0.1
Males
40.8
55.0
4.1
0.1
Females
35.9
52.9
11.0
0.2
BiPTHPLACE AND NATIONALITY
Table 15 shows'the population by .iex and place of birth. Expressed as percentages of the total persons with stated place of birth, the figures are summarised
as follows:Coiinty Borough
County
Birthplace
Londonderry County and Co. Borough
81.2
78. 7
Other areas of Northern Ireland
5.3
11. 6
Republic of Ireland
8.1
3
.
9
Great Britain (including the Isle
of Man and Channel Islands)
4.5
4.8
0. 9
Outside the British Isles
1.0
100.0
xxvlli
100.0
Changes in the.general pattern in the County and County Borough as a whole at
each Census since 1861 are outlined in Table XIV.
TABLE XIV
P e r c e n t a g e s b o m In
Census
year
Northern
Ireland
97.50
93,72
92.83
91.73
90.15
89.03
87.97
88.82
88.34
89.07
1861
1871
1881
1891
1901
1911
1926
1937
1951
1961
Irish
Republic
1.92
4.78
5.20
5.88
7.26
7.30
7.87
7.20
6.43
5.28
England
and Wales*
Scotland
0.20
0.57
0.76, /
0.79 '
0.84
0.28
0.68
0.82
1.16
1.20
1.86
1.97
1.72
1.63
1.47
1.19
1.S5
1.55
2.94
^.22
Bom
a t sea
Bom
abroad
Total
0,01
0.01
0.00
0,00
0.00
0.01
0.01
0.01
0.00
0.10
0,24
0..38
0.44
0.55
0,62
0.63
0,70
0.65
0.96
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
•Persons jonx In the Isle ot Man (19 In 1961) and the Channel Islands (5) are Included under this heading.
The numbers of persons in %he County and County Borough born outside Northern
Ireland by sex, place of birth and main religious groups are given in Table 16. The
figures are summarised and shown on a percentage basis in Table XV.
TABLE XV
Birthplace
Great B r i t a i n (Including
I s l e or Man and
Channel i s l a n d s )
I r i s h Republic
Presbyterian
or
Total
323 .
492
7,719
Methodist
Ireland
(NO,
( .
(%
g,426
1,391
3,087
31,4
18.0
40,0
4,2
6,4
100,0
(NO.
4,654
53.5
2,025
23,3
1,634
18.8
145
1,6
243
2.8
8,701
100.0
514
32.6
267
18.9
345
21.8
72
4.6
381
24.1
1,579
100,0
7,594
42,2
3,683
20.5
5,066
28.1
540
3.0
1.116
6.2
17,999
100,0
40,548
24.5
32,0i0
19.4
2,310
1.4
6,838
4,1
165,298
100.0
(%
Other countries (including
a t sea)
(%
Total horn outside
Northern I r e l a n d
(NO,
{%
Total population
Other and
not s t a t e d
denominations
Church
Boman
Catholic
(NO.
(NO.
83,582
50.6 -
Among persons born outside Northern Ireland, the proportions of Roman Catholics
and Presbyterians were lower and those for the other main religious groups,
particularly Church of Ireland, were higher than the corresponding proportions which
the total persons in these denominations bore to the total population of the County
and Coimty Borough.
Table 17 shows the niombers of persons born outside the British Isles by sex and
usual address on 23rd April, 1960, distinguishing between British or Commonwealth
citizens and persons of alien nationality. Of the 1,579 persons enumerated in the
County and County Borough with birthplaces outside the British Isles, 66.9 per cent
were British or Commonwealth citizens, 32.7 per cent were aliens and the remaining
0.4 per cent omitted to answer the,nationality question.
RELIGION
Table 18 shows the population by sex in each administrative area and County
Borough ward under four main religious headings, viz., Roman Catholic, Presbyterian,
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Church of Ireland and Methodist, and a fifth group embracing all other and not state|
denominations. Totals for each denomination in the last-named category with 10 or
i
more adherents are given in a footnote to the Table. Changes in the position in the 1
County and County Borough as a whole since 1861 are set out in Table XVI below.
TABLE XVI
Roman
Catholic
Total
Census populaYear
tion
Number
caiurcti of
Ireland*
Presbyterian
Percentage
of total
population
Number
Methodist
Percentage
of total
population
Number
Percentage
of total
population
Percentage
Number of total
population
Other and not
stated
denominations
Per^
cent age
Number of total
population
1861
184.£09
83,402
45.3
64,602
35.1
31,218
16.9
1,136
0.6
3,851
2.1
1871
173,906
77,358
44.5
58,779
33.8
32,079
18.4
957
0,6
4,733
2,7
1881
164,991
73,274
44.4
54,727
33.2
31,596
19,1
938
0.6
4.456
2.7
1891
152,009
67,748
44.6
48,936
32.2
29,730
19.6
990
0.6
4,605
3.0
1901
144,404
65,296
45.2
45,682
31.6
27,804
19.3
1,446
1.0
4,176
2.9
1911
140,625
64,401
45.8
42,936
30.5
27,176
-19.3
1,939
1.4
4,173
3.0
19^
139,693
66,410
47.5
40,052
28.7
27,666
19.8
1,896
1.4
3,669
2.6
1937
142,736
69,252
48.5
38.764
27.2
28,841
20,2
1,900
1.3
3,979
2.8
1951
155,540
76,982
49.5
40,171
25.8
31,611
20.3
2,189
1.4
4,587
3.0
1961
165,298
83,582
50,6
40,548
24.5
32,020
19.4
2,310
1.4
: 6,838
4.1
•Including Church of England and Episcopal Church of Scotland numbering 2,517 and 8 respectively in 1961.
In relation to the total population, the proportion of Roman Catholics increasec
from 49.5 per cent in 1951 to 50.6 per cent in 1961, the latter being the highest
recorded since a question on religion was first asked at the Census of 1861. The
corresponding changes in the County and County Borough separately were a decrease
from 43.1 per cent to 42. 6 per,cent and an increase from 63.1 per cent to 67.1 per
cent, respectively. In the combined areas the proportion of Presbyterians fell from
25.8!per cent to 24.5 per cent in continuance of the steady downward movement since
1861 when the percentage stood at 35.1. The percentage for the Church of Ireland alsc
decreased from 20.3 to 19.4, which was a reversal of the trend at the three previous
Censuses. At 1.4, the percentage for Methodists-T/iras the same as in 1951, while that
for the other and not stated denominations rose from 3.0 to ,4.1. However, with most
if not all denominations, comparison with earlier years may be slightly vitiated by
the increase from 470 to 2,138 in the r^umber of persons who did not str.t^ a religious
profession - an increase which probably reflects a greater awareness in 1961 that it
was not obligatory to answer the Census question on religion.
Table 19 shows the numbers of males and females in each of the main denominatioi
by individual years of age to 21 and by quinquennial groups from '20 years onwards.
Between 1951 and 1961, the number of persons in the County returned as Roman
Catholics under ten years of age increased by 6.0 per cent and that for all others
in the same age group increased by 9.8 per cent; in/the range 10-21 years, respective increases of 14.3 per cent and 7.1 per cent we're recorded. At ages over 21, the
number of Roman Catholics increased by only 0.4 p^i* cent compared with a 5.4 per ceni
increase for all others.
In the County Borough, however, a •28.6 pe;^'cent increase in Roman Catholics
aged under ten years was accompanied by a decline of 11.8 per cent in the remaining
population of that age. In the group 10-21 y^ars, increases of 18.4 per cent and
2.5 per cent took place in the numbers of Roman Catholics and all others, respectively; at ages over 21, the number of Roman Catholics increased by 6.0 per cent as
against a decrease of 4.4 per cent for the others. For all ages, comparative changes
during the intercensal period were:-
County
County Borough
^ . T^ -, .
Roman Catholic
+4.7%
+14.'270
XXX
All other and not
stated denominations
+6.6fo
-4.4%
The percentages of persons by r e l i g i o n s in c e r t a i n age groups to the t o t a l
population in those groups, with comparable figures for 1951, are given in
Table XVII.
TABLE XVII
County
Roman
Catholic
Age
Churcli of
Ireland
Presbyterian
Methodist
Other and
not stated
group
1951
1961
1951
1961
1951
1961
29.^
22.5
22.3
0.9
1.2
3.6
4.6
g5.0
21.9
21.8
0.5
1.0
2.5
5.1
1951
1961
1951
1961
i l l ages
43.1
42.6
29.9
Under 1 y e a r
50.0
47.1
25.1
/
/
Utider 10 y e a r s
48.5
47.6
26.3
/ 25.0
21,5
21.8
0.7
1.1
3.0
4.5
under 25 y e a r s
45.9
46.1
26.8
26.3
23.4
22.1
0.8
1.1
3.1
4.4
25-49 y e a r s
41.1
39.7
31^0
30.5
22.8
23.5
1.1
1.3
4.0
5.0
50 y e a r s and o v e r
39.8
39.0
34.8
34.0
20.5
21.3
0.9
1.1
4.0
4.6
All a g e s
63.1
67.1
17.2
14.6
15.7
13.3
2.4
1.9
1.6
3.1
Under 1 y e a r
71.0
79.9
12.9
7.8
13.6
8.7
1.4
1.3
1.1
2.3
Under 10 y e a r s
69.3
76.7
14.4
9.8
13.0
9.4
2.0
1.4
1.3
2.7
Under 25 y e a r s
67.3
72.3
14.9
11.9
14.3
11.2
2.1
1.6
1.4
3.0
25-49 y e a r s
59.7
64.2
18.5
15.8
17.2
14.4
Z.^
2.1
Z.O
58.4
58.7
ZO.h
19.6
16.7
1 16.4
2.7
2.4
1.7
Coiinty Borough
60 y e a r s and o v e r
i
'
3.5
2.9
It will be seen that the proportion of Roman Catholics in the age-groups under
25 years was greater and the proportion in the groups from 25 years onwards was less
than the ratio of Roman Catholics of all ages to the total population; generally,
the position was reversed as regards the corresponding proportions for the other
main religious categories. Such comparison is much less marked in the County than in
the County Borough where the Roman Catholic population not only remains the most
youthful but tends to have an increasing proportion of young persons in relation to
the other denominations.
TERMINAL EDUCATION AGE
Table £0 shows the distribution of the population aged 15 years and over by
terminal education age. Figures are given by sexes and by individual years of age
from 15 to 24 and age groups thereafter. As an indication of the relationship
between education and occupation, the information is also analysed by Occupation
Orders in Table '21. The figures in the "Not applicable" column of Table 20 relate
mainly to students (County:- 971 males and 1,207 females; County Borough:- 615 males
and 365 females); the balance (County:- 16 males and 9 females; County Borough:1 male and 2 females) represents persons who, through infinnity or for other reasons,
never had any full-time education.
A broad comparison by sex and age groups is afforded by Table XV'III which shows
the numbers of males and females at various terminal education ages expressed as
xxxl
percentages of the respective totals with stated terminal education age's in each
group. The figures reveal that, while relatively more females than males in the
County had received full-time education until 16 years of age or later, proportionately more men than women in the County Borough had continued at school until at
least 15 years of age,
TABLE XVIII
Age l a s t
birthday
Terminal education age
Under
14
20 and
over
17-19
Total
14
15
16
58.4
21.5
12.0
9.2
3.3
,
10.8
10.2
8,1
6.1
4.2
3.2
7.1
5.7
4.1
3,4
2.0
4.9
3.8
3.8
3.1
2.2
100,0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
3.1
100.0
County
Males
15-19
20-24
E5-54
35-44
45-64
55-64
65 and over
17.9
28.9
54.8
67.0
75.0
75.7
75.8
68.3
Total : 15
and over
4.7
65.6
15.2
6^3
5.1
0.3
0.3
0.8
1.6
4.5
8.3
54.7
18.2
12.9
10.2
10.0
11.8
12.6
11.0
6.6
,
12.2
10.6
7.4
7.3
8.2
8.1
6,2
5.7
9.6
9.1
7.4
6.6
4.2
5.4
3.3
3.2
3.6
2.4
100.0
100,0
100.0
100,0
100.0
100.0
, 100.0
15.1
8.9
8.9
3.3
100.0
,
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100,0
100.0
0,2
0.7
0.9
0.9
4.7
8.4
8,5
7.6
6.1
5.6
3.4
•
2,6
1
Females
15-19
20-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65 and over
15.0
26.6
52.5
69.3
67.1
65.3
67.1
63.0
Total : 15
and over
4.5
59.3
County Borough
/
Males
15-19
20-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65 and over
Total : 15
and over
65.0
24.9
13.0
10.4
13.0
25.2
47.7
67.4
73.9
73.9
75.9
70.5
e.e
7.9
6.3
6.0
4.0
4,2
3,0
63.5
17.9
6.9
5.7
32.8
64.4
73.4
77.4
75.5
72.6
66.7
58.3
14.8
6.0
8.B
9.7
7.5
7.4
5.9
6.0
6^2
.5.6
/'6.2
/ 4.8
/ 6.4
2.8
8.2
6.6
6.5
5.4
5-7
0.3
0.6
0.6
0.5
2.5
7.3
8.3
7.1
8.1
3.4
11.3
12.6
6.4
[
5.4
5.3
3.8
.-•• ' " 3 - 3
2.9
1
1
^*^
3.5
4.0
1.9
2.4
-
y
3,0
100.0
»
5.2
2.5
2.7
1.9
100.0
100.Q
100,0
100.0
100.0
100.0
100.0
5.8
2.4
100.0
Females
15-19
20-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65 and over
Total : 15
and over
0.1
0.3
0.3
0.8
3.0
8.3
1
14.6
3.5
3.8
. 2.2
_,.•
67.8
3.8
6,1
14.1
I
In comparing the figures for individual age groups, regard should be had to
changes which have taken place in the minimum school leaving age. Although many
children previously remained at school until 14 years of age, attendance to that
age became compulsory in the County in 1926 and in the County Borough in 19S4. This
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accounts in some measure for the decrease in the numbers of persons who left school
under 14 years of age in the Census age group 45-54 compared with the older age
groups. Similarly, the raising of the school leaving age to 15 years in 195?
affected persons in the age group 15-19, thus tending to vitiate comparison between
that group and the remaining groups. It should also be noted that the figures in the
age groups 15-19 and 20-24 cover only persons whose full-time education had ceased
and thus exclude considerable numbers, particularly in the 15-19 age group, still in
full-time attendance at educational establishments; 18.7 per cent of the boys and
25.0 per cent of the girls aged 15-19 in the County and 23.4 per cent of the boys
and 14.0 per cent of the girls of the same age group in the County Borough were in
-this excluded category.
Table XIX gives a comparison, in-respect of selected Occupation Orders, of the
distribution of males and females in'the combined County and County Borough by
terminal education ages expressed 8^ percentages of the respective totals with
stated terminal education ages in ,^ach Order. The Orders shown are those in which
the number of males or females, a^ appropriate, with stated terminal education ages
was 500 or more.
TABLE XIX
O c c u p a t i o n Order
Total with
s t a t e d terminal
education age
Percentage with terminal
educatl on age
Under
15
15
16
17-19
20 and
over
11,061
847
80,7
46.8
13.0
25.4
3.6
18.8
2.3
8.5
0.4
0.5
2,896
1.155
920
1,688
588
60.2
58.7
75.3
76.6
72.1
27.4
^0.6
17,9
16,9
ZZ.S
9.8
8.9
4,5
4.4
4,8
2.5
1.6
1,9
1.7
0.8
0.1
0.2
0.4
0,4
-
548
5.845
88.7
88.5
8.8
9.7
1.6
1.5
0.9
0,3
-
3,803
80.6
13,9
3.8
1.5
0.2
831
1.412
3.703
67.4
31.4
54.6
22,0
18.8
21.9
7.5
19,0
11.7
5,1
29,5
10,3
2,569
574
69.0
27.4
15.8
11.8
8.2
17,4
6.4
32.8
0.6
10.6
1,969
10.5
6.3
7,7
18.1
57,4
6,259
2,219
1,948
70.5
12,6
i 40.6
26,8
23.5
34.6
2,2
33,3
j 15.5
0.5
29.0
i 8.7
1,6
0,6
4,511
73.1
17.3
5.2
3.8
0,6
1,902
5.8
6.1
12,4
29.2
46.5
Males
I.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
XII.
XV.
XVI.
XVII.
XVIII.
XIX.
XX.
XXI.
XXII.
XXIII.
XXIV.
XXV.'
Farmers, f o r e s t e r s , tishermen
E l e c t r i c a l and e l e c t r o n i c workers
Engineering and a l l i e d trades
worXers not elsevftiere
classified
woodworkers
Food; drink and tobacco workers
construction workers
P a i n t e r s and decorators
Drivers of s t a t i o n a r y engines,
cranes, e t c .
Labourers not elsewliere c l a s s l H e d
Transport and communications
workers
Warehousemen, storekeepers, packers,
bottlers
Clerical worikers
Sales workers
Service, sport and r e c r e a t i o n
workers
Administrators and managers
Professional, technical workers,
artists
i
^'^
1.5
Females
XI.
XXI.
XXII.
XXIII.
XXV.
Clothing workers
Clerical workers
Sales workers
Service, sport and r e c r e a t i o n
workers
Professional, technical workers,
artists
,
In the case of males, some 88 per cent of drivers of stationary engines,
cranes, etc. (Order XVII) and labourers (XVIII) and four out of every five farmers,
foresters, fishermen (I) and transport and communications workers (XIX) had left
school before 15 years of age. Among the largely non-manual workers, 68.6 per cent
of clerical workers (XXI), 72.6 per cent of administrators and managers (XXIV) and
89.5 per cent of professional, technical workers, artists (XXV) continued their
full-time education until 15 years of age or later. Of those m Orders XXIV and XXV,
10. 6 and 57, 4 per cent, respectively, had terminal education ages of 20 and over.
As regards females, more than seven out of every ten clothing workers
(Order XI) and service, sport and recreation workers (XXIII) had terminal education
ages under 15 years. On the other hand, 87.4 per cent of clerical workers (XXI) and
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94.2 per cent of professional, technical workers, artists (XXV) had terminal
education ages of 15 and over, with 46.6 per cent of those in Order XXV having
remained full-time at educational establishments until at least 20 years of age.
OCCUPATIONS AND INDUSTRIES
In comparing the economic activity information in.this Report with that from
earlier Censuses, it should be bprne in mind that the 1961 information was collected
in respect of persons aged 15 years and over, i.e. those who had reached the minimum
school leaving age, whereas the corresponding limits adopted at the 1951 and 19E6
Censuses were 14 and 12 years, respectively. Questions on occupations and industries
were not asked at the 1957 Census.
Occupations: Table 22 gives figures of males and females aged 15 years and over,
distinguishing between the occupied or economically active population (including
persons temporarily out of work) and the economically inactive. The occupied
population figures are analysed by the full list of occupation Orders and groups and
by industrial status. In Table 23, the occupied population is further analysed by
sex, marital condition and age.
Of the 111,181 persons aged 15 and over in the County and County Borough,
65,915 or 59.3 per cent were occupied, compared with a 1951 ratio of 58.9 per cent
for occupied persons aged 14 and over. The percentage for males was 86,4 (1951:85.8) and for females 33.9 (1951:- 33.8). The corresponding proportions for males
in the County and County Borough separately were 86.1 per cent and 87. 1 per cent,
respectively, whereas in the case of females the percentage in the County was 28.1
compared with 44.7 in the County Borough.
TABLE XX
Males
Age
Females
Total
Occupied
Percentage
oJT occupied
to t o t a l
Total
Occupied
Percentage
ol occupied
to t o t a l
15-19
20-£4
25-44
4&-64
65 and over
7.348
5.716
18,832
15,100
6,789
5,841
5,558
18,649
14,621
1,805
79.5
97.2
99.0
96.8
26.6
7,250
5,620
19,797
16,395
8,334
5,179
3,559
6,036
4,199
466
71.4
63.3
30.5
25.6
5.6
Total
53,785
46,474
86.4
57,396
19,439
33.9
Table XX shows, in respect of the combined County and County Borough, the
numbers of occupied males and females by broad age groups together with the proportion of occupied to total in each group. Four out of every five boys and seven in
every ten girls in the group 15-19 years were occupied. Thereafter, the proportion
for females declined at each higher age group, while that for males increased to a
peak of 99 per cent in the group 25-44 years. At ages 65 and over, more than a
quarter of the men were occupied as against some five pet* cent of the women.
Comparable 1951 and 1926 ratios are not available, as information on the occupied
population was analysed by ages only for Belfast Count^ Borough and Northern Ireland
as a whole.
In relation to the total persons (including children under the minimum school
leaving age), the occupied population represented 39.9 per cent compared with 41.9
per cent in 1951. The proportion for males decreased from 29.5 to 28.1 per cent and
that for females from 12.4 to 11.8 per cent.
/
Among occupied males, 42.4 per cent were single, 55.6 per cent were married and
2*0 per cent were widowed and divorced. The co:r'responding percentages for females
were:- single 72.9, married 22»4 and widowed ^ d divorced 4.7. Comparable proportions at earlier Censuses are not available. \Almost 92 per cent of the occupied
married women were classified under five ogcupation Orders, viz., clothing workers
(Order XI), clerical workers (XXI), sales workers (XXII), service, sport and
recreation workers (XXIII) and professional, technical workers, artists (XXY). In
these Orders, the proportion of married women to total female varied from 29.4 per
cent for service, sport and recreation workers to 16.2 per cent for clerical workers.
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The following statement sets out the percentage distribution of the occupied
population by industrial status in the County and County Borough as a whole.
Persons
Males
1o
1o
Employers and managers
Foremen and supervisors
Workers on own account
(without employees)
Apprentices and articled clerks
Other employees
Out of work
Females
%
2.8
1.5
7.1
8.8
2. 0
'2.3
12.3
15.8
2.5
3.1
6'2. 5
13.6
54.8
15.2
80.8
100.0
100.0
100.0
4.0
1.1
9.8
Table XXI shows the numbers/of males and females in the numerically important
occupation Orders and the propoirtions per 1,000 of the total occupied persons of
each sex. The figures relate to. the County and County Borough combined.
/
TABLE XXI
Males
Occupation Order
Number
I.
III.
VI.
VII.
VIII.
X.
XI.
XII.
XV.
XVI.
XVII.,
XVIII.
XIX.
XX.
XXI.
XXII.
XXIII.
XXIV.
XXV.
XXVI.
XXVII.
Fanners, f o r e s t e r s , nslxermen
Gas, coke and chemicals makers
E l e c t r i c a l and e l e c t r o n i c workers
Engineering and a l l i e d trades workers n . e . c .
Woodworkers
Textile workers
Clothing workers
Food, drink and tobacco workers
construction workers
P a i n t e r s and decorators
Drivers of s t a t i o n a r y engines, cranes, e t c .
Labourers n . e . c .
Transport and communications workers
Warehousemen, storekeepers, packers, b o t t l e r s
Clerical workers
Sales workers
service, sport and r e c r e a t i o n workers
At3mlnlstrators and managers
Professional, technical workers, a r t i s t s
Armed forces ( B r i t i s h and foreign)
Inadequately described occupations
.
Proportion
per 1,000
occupied
11,441
^^z
876
2,966
1,192
32Y
4ijO
941
1»V39,
609
569
6,061
3,912
849
1,441
3,820
2,634
584
2,008
2,201
778
Females
1 .
246
9
19
64
26
7
9
20
38
13
12
130
84
18
31
82
57
13
43
47
17
Number
1
Proportion
| per 1,000
occupied
359
18
,
.
.
.
,
,
.
.
293
6,414
449
15
350
23
.
.
.
»
,
,
.
.
122
402
2,260
1,997
4,652
6
21
116
103
239
,
,
1.954
101
.
•
2^
12
Total Orders aboVe
45,780
985
19,125
984
Total occupied population
46,474
i,000
19,439
1,000
—y
Note:- Figures are given only for Orders showing proportions of 5 or more per 1,000 occupied males or females.
Some 54 per cent of the occupied males were to be found under only four Orders
as follows:- I (Farmers, foresters, fishermen) 24.6 per cent; XVIII (Labourers n.e.c.)
13.0 per cent; XIX (Transport and communications workers) 8.4 per cent and XXII
(Sales workers) 8. 2 per cent. In the case of occupied females, almost 90 per cent
were classified to five Orders, viz., XI (Clothing workers) 33.0 per cent; XXI
(Clerical workers) 11.6 per cent; XXII (Sales workers) 10.3 per cent; XXIII (Service,
cport and recreation workers) 23.9 per cent and XXV (Professional, technical workers,
artists) 10.1 per cent.
Social Classes and Socio-economic Groups: Table 24 gives an analysis of the
population aged 15 years and over by social class, socio-economic group and age
group. The social class analysis applies only to occupied and retired persons
excluding members of the armed forces and persons with inadequately described
occupations. In the socio-economic group section of the Table, the heading
"Indefinite" relates to persons with inadequately described occupations. The "Not
applicable" heading covers students and persons economically inactive other than
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institution inmates and retired persons, those in the two last-named categories
being classified to the appropriate socio-economic groups.
The percentage distribution of the persons allocated to the social classes for
the County and County Borough combined was as follows:Females
Males
1o
!•
II,
III,
IV,
V,
Professional, etc. occupations
Intermediate occupations
Skilled occupations
Partly skilled occupations
Unskilled occupations
1,9
25.9
32.0
24.4
15,8
0,8
17,9
35,0
45.4
2.9
100.0
100.0
Within the framework of the classification, 50,8 per cent of the males were
manual workers, 21,9 per cent were non-manual and 27.3 per cent were agricultural
workers. The percentages for females were:- manual 52.7,^ non-manual 44.9 and
agricultural 2.4.
Industries: Table 25 shows the distribution of the working population aged 15
years and over (excluding persons out of work) by sex, industry Order and Minimum
List Heading, Separate figures are given for unskilled males and for married females.
The numbers of males and females in the numerically important Orders and their
proportions per 1,000 of the total working population of each sex are set out in
Table XXII in respect of the County and County Borough combined.
TABLE XXII
Females
Males
I n d u s t r y Order
Number
Agriculture, torestxy, Hslilng
Food, drlnX and t o b a c c o
Chemicals and a l l i e d I n d u s t r i e s
iv.
VI,
E n g i n e e r i n g and e l e c t r i c a l goods
Textiles
X.
C l o t h i n g and f o o t w e a r
XII.
X I I I , B r i c k s , p o t t e r y , g l a s s , cement, e t c .
Timher, r u m l t u r e , e t c .
XIV.
XVII. C o n s t r u c t i o n
X V I I I . Gas, e l e c t r i c i t y and w a t e r
T r a n s p o r t and communication
XIX.
Distributive trades
XX,
I n s u r a n c e , b a n k i n g and f i n a n c e
XXI.
XXII. P r o f e s s i o n a l and s c i e n t i f i c s e r v i c e s
XXIII. M i s c e l l a n e o u s s e r v i c e s
XXIV, P u b l i c a d m i n i s t r a t i o n and defence
I.
III.
10,108
1,642
937
868
947
603
404
295
5,303
478
2.702 / '
4,966/'
391
1.8^4
2,639
4;651
T o t a l O r d e r s above
T o t a l working p o p u l a t i o n
Proportion
p e r 1,000
working
256
42
24
22
24
15
10
7
135
12
69
126
10
47
67
118
Number
Proportion
p e r 1,000
working
353
623
20
35
.
,
,
,
593
6,723
34
383
•
.
,
95
5
,
,
206
^,424
160
2,786
2,803
504
12
138
9
169
160
29
^,778
984
17,270
984
/39,428
1,000
17,543
1,000
MOt e ; - Figures are given only for Orders showing proportion^' of 5 or more per 1,000 working males or females.
Orders III to XVI inclusive form the hfoad group of manufacturing industries.
They accounted for 25.2 per cent of the tatal working population, the proportions
for males and females being 15.7 and 46. 6 per cent respectively of the number of
working persons of each sex. Order I (Agriculture, forestry, fishing) was the
largest individual Order, accounting for 18. 4 per cent of the total working persons.
It was followed by Order XX (Distributive trades) 15,0 per cent and Order XII
(Clothing and footwear) 12.9 per cent. More than nine out of every ten workers in
the last-named Order were females.
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COUNTY AND COUNTY BOROUGH OF LONDONDERRY
PART III
TABLES
TABLE 1 ^ Area, Buildings for Habitation and
Population, 1961
County: County Borough
Sote:~ For definitions^ see Part I
Area in s t a t u t e
Buildings for habitation
acres
Water
Total
Tidal
Inland
Private dwellings
Miscellaneous
Land
, / •
•
••
Inhatlted
"
Population
Other buildings
Uninhabited
Inhabited
Uninhabited
Persons
Males
Females
" " •
County and
Coutity Borough
523,430
2,655
7,819
612, 95^'
37, 269
1, 599
216
7
165,298
81,404
County
530,851
2,276
7,795
510,700
26,164
1,368
143
6
111,536
56,080
55,456
3,579
379
24
2,176
11,105
231
73
1
53,76S
25, 324
28,438
Coimty Borougti
TABLE 2 - P o p u l a t i o n ,
83,894
County and County Borough
1821 - 1961
(1) The term "population" Is defined in Part I, The figures for 18£1 and 1831 exclude members of H.M. Forces.
{Z) The figures given are for XhQ Counts^ end Counter Borough as constituted at the date of each census. The boundaries of ttie county were
altered by the transfer of a portion of coleralne Rural District to County Aatrlm, under the Local Government Board (Ireland)
Provisional Order Confirmation (No. 3) Act, 1914.
(3) Since xgii the Censuses were taken at Irregular Intervals.
Intercensal variation
Population
• .D
=Lte Of census
1821
1831
1941,
1951,
1961,
1871,
1881,
1891,
• 1901,
1911,
June 6-7
March 30-31
A p r i l 7-8
A p r i l 2-3
A p r i l 3-4
A p r i l 5-6
March 3 1 - A p r l l 1
April 2-3
1926, A p r i l 18-19
Persons
Males
Females
193,869
222,012
222,461
192,B69
184,209
173,906
164, 991
152,009
144,404
140,625
92.979
106,657
107,112
93.342
88,560
83.317
7^. 294
73.260
69,089
67.663
100,890
115,355
115, 349
9a,927
95,649
90,589
65,697
78,749
75, 315
72,962
139,693
67,904
71,789
Males
Persons
+
+
-
Females
P e r cent.
Females
p e r 1,000
Males'
,
,
.
28,143
449
30,192
8,060
10,303
8,915
12,982
7,605
3,779
+ 13,678
+
455
• - 13,770
4,782
- 5,243
4,023
- 6,034
4,171
1,426
+ 14,465
6
- 16,422
- 3,278
- 5,060
4,892
- 6,948
- 3,434
2,353
+ 14,5
+ 0.2
- 13.6
.2
- 45.6
- S.l
- 7.9
- 5.0
- 2,6
-
1,085
1,082
1,077
1,060
1,080
1,087
1,081
1,075
1,090
1,078
-
-
932
+
241
1,173
0,7
1,057
1,031
1937, February 28-March 1
142,736
70,273
72,463
+
3,043
+
2,369
+
674
+ 2.2
1951, A p r i l 8-9
155,540
76,544
78,996
+ 12,804
+
6,271
+
6,533
+ 9.0
1,032
4,898
+ 6.3
1,031
1961, A p r i l 23-24
165,298
81, 404
83,894
+
9,758
+
4,860
+
A d m i n i s t r a t i v e Areas
TABLE 3 - P o p u l a t i o n , 1951 and 1961, and
I n t e r c e n s a l Changes
Intercensal variation
Population
1951
County and
County Borough
County
County Borough
By excess of b i r t h s
over deaths
Total
Area
1961
Persons
Per cent.
Persons
Per cent.
By net migration
Persons
Per cent.
(Persons
(Males
(Females
155,540
76,544
78,996
165,298
81,404
83.894
+ 9,758
+ 4,860
+ 4.898
+ 6.3
+ 6.4
+ 6.2
24.331
12.459
11.872
15.7
16,3
15.0
- 14.673
" 7,599
- 6,974
:
9,4
9.9
8.8
(Persons
(Males
(Females
(Persons
(Males
(Females
105,448
53,239
52,209
111,536
56,080
55, 456
+ 6,088
+ 2,841
+ 3,247
+ 6.8
+ 5.3
+ 6.2
14,370
7.222
7.148
13.6
13.5
13.7
-
8,282
4.381
3.901
_
7,8
8,2
7.5
50,092
23,305
26,7eY
53.762
25, 324
28, 438
•*• 3,670
+ 2,019
+ 1,651
+ 7.3
+ 8.7
+ 6.1
9, 961
.6, 237
4,724
19.9
22.5
17.6
-
6,291
3.218
3.073
-
10,748
3,176
3,563
11.901
4,326
3 . 950
+ 1.153
+ 1,149
+
387
+10.7
+36.1
+10.8
1, 347
' 592
• 136
12,5
18.6
3.8
+
+
194
557
251
19,518
16, 206
21,031
31,206
19.298
17,629
22,384
32.049
220
+ 1.423
+ 1,353
+
643
+
+
+
2, 159
•2,706
3,572
3,658
11.1
16.7
17.0
12,4
-
2.379
1.283
2.219
3,015
Coleralne
Llmayady
Portstewart
M.B.
U.D.
"
Persons
Coleiralne
Limavady
Londonderry
Magjierafelt
R.D.
"
«
"
H
H
n
V
w
1.1
8.8
6.4
2.7
•
12.6
13.8
11.5
1,8
+ 17.5
+
7.0
-
12.2
7.9
10.6
9,7
TABLE 4 - Area, Population, Buildings for Habitation,
Private Households and Valuation
Administrative^Areas, District Electoral Divisions and Towns
Hote:-
For d e H n l t l o n s * see P a r t I
T
Population
Buildings for habitation
1961
1951
Acres
R.
Persons
Popul-
1961
Area
Administrative area, etc.
Private households
Males
Females
Private
dwellings
1951
Total
P.
1 No. or ation m
Other
buildings
InUnininnabl ted habited habited
private
1 households
Uninhabited
private
households
occupied I
Valuation
RocmtS
1
1961/62
County and County Borou^
514,713 0 22*
155,540
165.298
81.404
83,894
34.931 39.091 37.269
1.599
216
7
38,170
158,980
171.378 1.275.439 15/
County
512,513 0 12
105.448
111.536
56,080
55.456
25.304
27.681 26,164
1.368
143
6
26,308
107,535
119.617
2,885 0 36
17.487
20,176
9.376
10.800
4.479
5,161
226
94
3
5,212
18.958
25.643
208.727
3 16
87,961
91.360
46.704
44,656
20,82?
22.197 21.003
1.142
49
3
21.096
88.577
93,974
670,541 15
2,200 0 10
All Rural Districts
509.627
Ward
N
N
Coleraine ^Kinicipal Borougji
"'-^.
Portstewart Urban District
Coleraine Rural District
5,484
4
50,092
53.762
25.324
28,438
9.627
11.410
11,105
231
73
1
11,862
51.445
51,761
3%, 170 16
23
30
37
13,894
24,765
11,433
12,479
2 9 , 579
11,704
5,828
14,006
5,490
6,651
15, 5 7 3
6. 2 1 4
2,802
4,591
2,234
2.948
5.780
2, 682
2,819
5,664
2,622
85
97
49
45
19
11
1
3,161
5,943
2,758
11,626
28,901
10,918
14,708
25,139
1 1 , 914
180,990
148,700
66,479
3 15
10,746
11,901
5.687
6,214
2.564
3,076
2,983
71
22
">
3,006
11,294
14.416
573 1 12
3,176
4.325
2.073
2.252
783
1,083
1.046
25
12
-
1,059
4,133
5,053
131.355 6
29,825 17
0
9
3.563
3.950
1.616
2.334
1.132
1.325
1.132
130
60
3
1,147
3,531
6.174
47.546
1
116,6^2. 2 11
19,518
19.298
9.762
9.536
5,229
5,137
4,817
307 .
11
2
4,823
19.194
22,201
161.735
3
722
679
329
350
212
189
182
7
-
-
182
679
933
5,441
6
812
768
373
395
229
217
206
11
-
-
206
768
1.023
5,547
11
12
573
831
795
1.007
Limavady Urban District
1 Agtiadowey
:^
879.268 19
c:
^kmicipal Borough and all
Urban Districts
Londonderry County Borou^
North
Soutti
Waterside
1.304
1
0
1
16
3
18
D.E.D.
4.706
z
11^
Agivey
If
4,677
1
20
3 Artlclave
R
3 . 567
3
36
1,124
1,056
497
559
277
290
272
15
2
1
275
1,040
1,341
9,967
(a)
•
•
•
213
302
82
120
?1
73
ey
6
2
1
67
191
il22
.
1,023
1,034
528
506
259
272
266
6
-
266
1,034
1,028
10.349
3
1,265
629
636
197
311
295
16
-
-
296
1,265
1,402
9,677
13
Z
Castlerock
fotm,
part Of
1
D.E.D.
4,5S2
3
34
5 BannbrooK
"
5,237
3
10
823 -
6 Bovagh
ff
5,650
3
25
724
641
361
290
196
184
178
6
-
-
178
641
868;
5,196
10
7 Bovedy
n
5,351
0
8
966
912
474
438
254
231
220
11
-
-
220
912
980
5.013
17
8 Dowrmill
n
6,370
1
2
909
933
442
491
266
299
245
52
2
-
246
923
1,137
6,781
10
(a)
-
-
*
101
2U0
106
ISti.
39
79
68
10
1
-
69
230-
399
4,369
2
2
964
909
468
441
222
224
214
10
-
214
909
980
9 Druincroon
Town,
part 0 /
D.E.D.
;
1
.
5,827
o
o
H
tr
m
53
53
>
0\
4 Ballylagan
Castlerock
n
w
1
10
Garvagh
2,964
3
6
944
965
463
502
254
.277
264
10
2
1
265
960
1,287
8,003
•
•
'.
565
550
257
293
155
168
158
7
2
1
159
545
778
•
D.E.D.
7,698
3
19
658
651
349
302
176
171
158
13
-
158
651
665
3.665
2
219
8
-
219
826
895
4.774
9/
10,054
19
n
Garvagh TOVM
6
11
Glenkeen
12
Hervey H i l l
H
3,811
3
36
916
826
432
394
228
227
13
Kllrea
n
1,254
2
36
1,165
1»156
554
602
307
315
302
11
2
302
1,145
1.474
952
461
n91
228
26^3
' 251
10
2
251
941
1,235
'
266
1,175
1,242
11.844
15
Kilrea
foun
•
•
•
851
D.E.D.
6,653
3
31
1,280
1,208
614
594
275
281
266
14
1
Letterloan
It
9,787
3
2
606
586
302
284
164
i61
144
17
-
144
586
652
5.128
16
16
Llslea
H
5,496
3
7
834
755
402
353
203
184
180
4
-
180
755
884
4,989
4
17
Portstewart
n
4, 888
1
34
1,642
1,412
715
697
682
424
370
53
1
370
1,390
1, 628
13,262
13
18
Rlngsend
It
8.670
2
15
746
771
405
366
173
171
165
5
1
165
764
799
, 4. I l l
6
19
Slagjit.
H
8,786
2
17
905
925
484
441
235
251
243
-8
-
243
925
1, 020
6.223
19
20
Somerset
K
5,656
1
15
912
977
496
481
222
259
241
18
^"^-..
241
977
1,140
21,279
2
.
.
.
217
107
110
-
56
50-
2
54
217
222
6,507
1
5
843
869
455
414
198
199
187
12
-
X&7
869
833
4,615
9
152.463 3 27
16,206
17,629
9,296
8.333
3.737
4.087
3.840
239
7
1
3.853
16.981
16.416
10a,994
6
1
152
672
819
5,407
2
14
Knockantem
15
Ballyness
21
Town
The Grove
D.E.D.
Limavady Ekiral D i s t r i c t
"••x
•
""---.,^.^
•
•
'
D.E.D,
8,472
2
37
727
677
343
334
180
170
152
16
1
Baliyharigan
"
3,538
2
5
547
632
330
302
123
144
140
4
-
140
632
573
2,780
2
Ballykelly
"
3,873
1
10
1,073
1,406
964
442
170
206
200
4
2
202
793
848
6,741
2
.
.
.
.
367
17U-
193
92
90
2
-
92
367
377
..
D.E.D.
5,670
2
3
622
650
318
332'
149
152
144
8
-
144
650
606
4,458
12
22
A^anloo
23
24
Ballykelly
foim
25
Bellarena
26
Benone
It
8,229
1
14
786
697
351
346
218
199
164
35
-
164
697
665
4,154
17
27
Drum
"
7,035
0
26
662
683
351
332
141
146
137
9
-
137
683
426
2,636'
7
28
Drumralghland
n
6,968
2
23
1,039
1,967
994
973
232
471
448
23
-
448
1,967
1,934
3,747
12
29
Drumsum
n
3,533
1
14
633
741
374
367
154
165
161
4
-
161
741
688
4,014
12
30
Dun given
n
739
3
34
904
1, 185
586
599
220
295
268
25
2
272
1,171
1.320
7,715
4
-
.
.
799
1,102
539
563
193
282
257
23
2
259
1,096
1,266
31
Faugjianvale
908
1, 044
520
524
232
224
8
226
1,044
907
4,711
15
Dungiven Tovm
D.E.D.
4,978
2
8
\
195
* Excluding 8,654a. 2r. 28p. under the larger rivers, lakes and tideways.
/ Excluding £34,048 15s. the valuation of e l e c t r i c i t y , gas and water undertakings, salmon and eel fisheries, e t c . . In the County, and £10,407 Os. the valuation of e l e c t r i c i t y and gas undertakings In the
County Borou^.
{a)Castlerock town Is In the D.E.D's of Artlclave (3) and Downhill {8). itte entire town contains 442 persons.
n
o
a
:^
H
>
a
o
o
a
:2
o
as
o
a
o
o
•^
o
:z:
a
o
'^
a
•-<
TABLl^ 4 - Area, Population, Buildings for Habitation,
Private Households and Valuation - continued
Administrative Areas, District Electoral Divisions and Towns **^
Population
Buildings for h a b i t a t i o n
1961
1961
Area
Administrative area, e t c .
1951
Persons
Males
Females
1951
Total
Private
dwellings
In-
32
Other
buildings
Uninhabited
Uninhabited habited
In-
R.
P.
7, 887
3
19
609
554
291
263
146
140
139
1
•
•
•
•
206
105
101
•
52
51
Acres
limavady Rural D i s t r i c t -
P r i v a t e households
habited
No. of
private
households
Population in
Rooms
prlT^ate occupied
households
Valuation
1961/62
t
s.
o
continued
Feeny
Fe&ny Toiim
D.E.D.
33
Fore Glen
D,E,D.
7, 726
0
21
875
957
'477
480
189
204
202
54
Fnilthlll
"
3,154
2
36
670
683
366
317
164
164
35
Gelvin
"
8, 030
0
4
575
518
264
254
129
36
Glenshane
"
14,616
3
28
438
427
232
195
37
Keady
«
8,451
3
38
503
515
258
38
Klllywool
«
5,282
1
29
866
866
39
Llslane
"
7,477
0
36
478
40 Myroe
""^ -.
4,198
2
3
41
••
14,052
0
548
200
506
2,748
;
139
51
196
" •
2
-
202
957
897
5,107
12
159
5
-
160
683
636
6,298
16
125
109
16
-
111
518
515
4,027 *17
121
114
1-04
10
-
104
427
342
2,295
13
257
115
117
111
6
-
ill
515
513
4,156
9
460
406
181
192
182
9
i
182
856
619
2,576
7
394
219
175
108
91
4
-
87
394
408
3,714
17
666
645
329
316
171
152
150
2
-
152
645
691
6,363
1
m
32
635
559
312
247
146
127
118
9
118
-559
528
8,054
19
>
2 ' 10
678
636
331
305
168
185
155
30
-
155
636
689
4,604
13
o
16
CO
c:
w
b
o
H
Owenreag^
" X,
.
87 .
'
-
42
Scrlggan
"
3,357
43
Straw
»
5,443
1
20\
511
463
235
228
128
121
114
7
-
114
463
527
3,082
15
44
Olie Highlands
»
4,784
3
17
801
730
391
339
189
175
172
3
-
172
730
759
4,595
6
83,322
3
30
21,031
22.384
11.426
10.958
4.050
4.921
4,664
241
16
4,730
20.669
21,624
194.722
14
5,378
Londonderry ^ M S D i s t r i c t .
r
Cf^'^^'^^^ Lm^/^.J^s-r< / i , . ^ / / i i A ^ . '^J
45 Ardmore
D*^. D.
2
1
1,322
1,490
765
725
260
322
307
15
307
1,490
1,315
8,043
1
46
Ballymulllns
"
6,973
3
28
810
835
422
413
207
205
196
8
1
196
831
647
3,063
6
47
Banagher
*•
9,351
2
27
866
745
417
328
201
187
178
9
-
178
745
661
3,514
10
48
Bondsglen
"
8,178
0
31
920
856
451
405
201
190
183
7
-
184
856
822
6,615
19
49
Clau4y
"
6,987
2
24
1, 084
1,002
508
494
245
259
250
7
2
-
252
993
1,085
7,855
1
•
-
•
238
286
138
ms
51
63
61
1
1
-
62
286
•
Claudy Toirn
!
283
a:
:2
5d
50
Egllnton
D,E. D.
'^ S^glinton
51
8, 838
Glendenaot
D.E.D.
Uewbuildings
Prehen Park
2
19
2,994
"-
732
' 363 \
369
187
175
11
1
175
750
890
,
,
1
7
1,.382
1,675
854
821
288
423
388
34
1
396
1,668
1,864
13,890
11
,
•
.,
•
ii93
2m
246
117
2U7
124
.,
•
im
98
104
69
29
-
106
69
H93
241
465
335
264
1,029
1,286
.
Town
7,298
,
•
Town
Village
2,488
1,409
1,079
508
359
.
1
2Z
483
3
'
-
2,159
492
52
L i b e r t i e s Lower
D.E.D.
3 . 577
3
9
1,198
1,029
485
544
279
274
261
13
- "
53
L i b e r t i e s Middle
"
1,968
1
20
4,900
4,810
2,277
2,533
954
1,099
1,062
35
2
1,097
4,742
'
•
•
825
392
433
300
115
115
-
-
133
825
5,830
0
15
1,223.
1,124
.617
507
228
257
220
16
1
221
6,426
1
24
1,376
1,973
1,000
973
291
476
440
34
2
•
•
-
513
256
257
.
146
132
14
-
B.E.D.
8,752
0
38
1,351
1,348
678
670
258
260
250
10
"
3,761
a
27
1,605
3,009
1,543
1,466
279
481
446
31
157,208
1
28 . 31,206
32.049
16,220
15.829
7,809
8.052
7,682
355
4,654
1
32
1,233
653
580
302
308
^96
12
29 7
150
147
70
Spring
town Camp Town
54
L i b e r t i e s Upper
55
Loug^ Enagh
«
Strathfoyle
56
Tamnatierln
57
Waterside
TOVM
Magherafeit Riral
58
D.E.D,
District
AfiJiagasMB
D.E.D.
Castledawson
59
Baiiynease
60
Bailyronan
61
Bancran
62
Belia^iy
Bellaghy
'Bellaghy
Town,
part
of
D.E.D.
Town,
part
of
Toicn,
part
of
BracKagh. S l l e v e g a l l l o n
64.
Caniampn^ey
part
Desertmartln
6 8 . D r a p e r s town
Draperstown
69. Gulladuff
part
19
5,264
29,267
17
447
.
UQZZ
1,057
8,544
,13
442
1,958
2,073
68,460
18
132
5i5
587
.
-
252
1,348
1,054
5,493
12
^
449
1, 828
2,308
17,742
17
-
7.690
31.733
33.733
-
^~" " - . 2 9 6
1,233
1,355
15
210,089 12
7,475
•
•
.
-
-
-
70
297
324
6, 007
2
17
1,336
1,419
723
696
325
334
322
12
-
322
1.419
1,253
6,283
-
•
:
9
. . .
'
0
90
132
58
74
23
37
35
2
-
35
132
m5
.
1
24
979
924
486
438
253
251
226
25
-
226
924
1,043
6,613
9
"
14,584
2
39
914
861
448
413
271
249
221
ze
-
221
861
4,019
2
«
3 , 691
0
37
1,326
i , 304
661
643
303
310
295
14
1
295
1,301
7,411
2
.
'
.
^63
531
254
277
103
129
120
8
i
120
528
635
D.E. D.
.7,347
3
12
826
708
371
337
ZZ2
194
187
7
-
187
708
793
«
11,788
2
22
919 •
896
467
429
263
240
229
11
-
229
896
831 :
«
2,435
1
17
1,394
680
714
345
365
356
8
1
-
^
359
1,389
•
.
609
297
312
109
175
168
6
i
-
i
168
5.156
2
26
1,218
1.327
676
651
306
308
299
9
-
.
77
97
n7
50
19
2U
23
i
-
of
of
7,927
•
(a)
D.E.D.
Town,
•
:
•
(b)
Clady
Portglenone
67
Town,
1,278
.
10
6, 177
6 5 . Castledawson
Castledawson
-
14> 3 0 2
70
(b)
D.E.D.
6S
66
(a)
l,7ii7
2,188
(c)
.
1,371
'
1122
'
851 •
1,394
. '
: 7,036
13
4,706
4
1,624
10,733
13
604
766
.
300
1,327
1,258
6,982
^5
97
i^^
.
15
D.E.D.
5,183
0
15
1,213
1,064
536
528
290
287
271
16
-
271
1,064
1,196
6,723
1
"
4, 887
1
17
1,404
1,555
754
801
344
^ 369
341
27
1
342
1,549
1.599
8,288
16
•
.
51B
1
592
276
316
12il
j 152
m6
5
I
146
586
75?
.
0
21
1,113
j
1,020
526
494
266
^ 262
247
15
-
247
1,020
1,099
5,480
Town
D.E.D.
5,237
(a) Castledawson town I s In the D.E.D»s oT Aghagaskln i 58) and Castledawson ( 6 5 ) . The e n t i r e town contains 906 p e r s o n s .
(t)) Bellaghy town I s In the D.E.D's ol Ballynease (59)
(c) The remainder o l Portglenone town I s In the D-E.D. and Bellaghy ( 6 2 ) . The e n t i r e town c o n t a i n s 663 p e r s o n s .
or Portglenone In County Antrim, The e n t i r e town c o n t a i n s 613 persons
0
TAI^£ 4 - Area, Population, Bctildings for Habitation,
Private Households and Valuation - continued
Administrative Areas, D i s t r i c t Electoral Divisions and Towns
Population
m i l d l n g s for h a b i t a t i o n
1961
A<JHilnlstrative area, e t c .
Area
Acres
Ma£^era£elt Haral D i s t r i c t 70
Inlscani
71
7Z
1951
Females
Total
Other
buildings
InUninhabited habited
P.
iftilninhabited hablted
PopulNo, of a t i o n In
private private
Roonis
househ o u s e - occupied
holds
holds
Valuation
1961/62
£
s.
o
w
continued
9,846
0
11
1,084
1, 087
551
536
279
255
250^
5
-
250
1,087
973
5,771
4
Lissan l^>fier
•
8,338
2
8
823
752
391
361
226
197
193
4
-
194
752
838
6,068
16
Madera
»
Z, 928
2
25
1,615
1,787
888
899
399
468
451
15
2
452
1,777
2,025
14,028
18
•
•
•
1MB
1,U18
687
731
269
365
355
8
2
355
1,(108
1^582
•
1,225
3
28
2,313
3,248
1,561
1,687
531
744
721
16
7
721
2,975
3,558
26,838
•
•
1,866
2,1159
1,211
1,2U8
m8
599 .
579
15
5
580
2ymu
2,793
4,078
2
14
1,158
1,345
675
670
290
356
349
6
1
349
1,341
U 761
•
•
•
571
807
389
ills
150
220
215
U
1
215
803
9U8
. •
4,834
E
17
1,317
1,278
644
634
324
311
302
9
-
302
1,278
1,186
(a)
Ma^erafel t
D.^* D,
Magherafelt
fotm
••"'•^^•^•v-..
Motxeymore
74
Mal«s
Private
dwellings
D. E. D,
Haghera fown, pari ^f
73
R.
1961
1951
Persons
P r i v a t e households
D.E.D.
Moneynore Totan
o
7
o
•
H
2
ac
m
7,772
8
50
11,344
75
Newbridge
D,E.D.
76
Rlngsend
•
6,261 ' 0
24
972
1,015
493
522
248
245
238
7
-
238
1,015
1,086
8,011
10
77
Rocfctown
»
4,487
2
22
1,076
1,065
570
493
253
264
255
9
-
255
1,063
1,018
5,536
6
78
Salterstown
»
5,357
0
17
1,109
1,109
565
544
259
264
249
14
1
249
1,105
1,094
6,873
0
79
Swatragji
"
9,270
1
37
1,171
1,083
563
520
296
284
263
20
1
263
1,072
1,024
5,900
10
80
"me Loop
»
6,023
1
36
885
816
434
382
241
206
196
10
-
196
816
868
5,770
6
81
ToDemore
"
, 5,766
2
28
1,167
1,143
571
572
305
297
288
9
-
288
1,143
1,258
9,372
14
•
•
•
387
m2
216
226
97
ijy
111
3
-
Hi
^81
-
7,805
0
25
1,174
1,215
624
591
313
322
278
44
-
278
1,215
1,147
6,685
•
.
.
2tl6
189
103
86
59
56
U6
10
-
ae
289
210
.
' 3,832
3
17
1,445
709
694
355
362
359
3
-
360
1,403
1,601
10,371
'
fobermore foyan
Tullykeeran
82
D. E. D.
Haghera Toian, part of
Upperland
83
^
(a)
D. E.D.
—
—
.
•
•
. 1,403
••
(a) Magtiera town Is In tJie D.E.D»s of Magbera (72) and Tullykeeran (82). Olie entire town contains 1,607 persons.
-
nu2
c
(/>
6
1
pa
o
TABLE 5 - Area, Population, Buildings for Habitation,
Private Households and Valuation
County Electoral Divisions
Mote : - For definitions. see P a r t I
1
Population
B u i l d i n g s for h a b i t a t i o n
P r i v a t e households
1961
County e l e c t o r a l
1961
Area
division*
1951
Private
dwellings
1951
Persons
Males
Females
Total
InUnininUninh a b i t e d habited habl t e d habited
Acres
County Lcmdonderry
Other
buildings
105,4^
512.513/
111,536
56.080
55,456
25,304
27,681
26,164
1.355
156
6
'x. 3
1
z '^-^
->...^-
-4.1^
B e l l a r e n a (gg, 24-36, 3 7 , 3 9 , 40)
46,374
4.855
4.984
2,782
2,202
1,111
1.067
1,008
75
Castledawson ( 5 8 , 6 2 , 6 5 , 75)
15,616
5,292
5,209
2,638
2,571
1.274
1,294
1,249
43
Clady ( 5 9 , 6 6 , 6 9 . 77)
20,889
4.743
4,829
2.495
2,334
1,150
1.168
1.123
45
. -
Clauqy (45-49)
36.870
5,002
4,928
2,563
2,365
1,114
1,163
1,114
46
3
1,008
10.748
11,901
5,687
6,214
2,564
3.076
2,983
71
22
Draperstown ( 6 1 , 6 4 , 68)
31,261
3,237
3.312
1,669
1,643
878
858
791
66
1
Dunglven ( 2 3 , 3 0 . 3 2 , 3 5 , 3 6 . 4 1 , 42)
&^,203
4,386
4,511
2,346
2,165
1,053
1,130
1,033
94
3
F a u ^ a n v a l e ( 2 7 , 28, 3 1 , 3 3 . 3 8 , 43)
37,434
4,861
5.980
3.037
2,943
1,066
1,366
1,307
58
G a r v a ^ ( 1 , 2 . 6 , 10, 1 1 , 19)
34,485
4.765
4,629
2.349
2,280
1,302
1,289
1,231
55
CX)leralne ( C o l e r a l n e M.B.)
^
No. of
private
-households
-
26.308
Popula t i o n in
private
households
V a l u a t ion
Rooms
occupied
o
o
1961/ 62
£
s.
879,268
19?
107.535
119,617
1,01^
4.366
4,550
34,996
0
1,252
5.201
5,559
33,392
12
4.829
4.628
24.284
i
G:
1,117 - ., 4 , 9 1 5
4,530
29,091
17
s:
131,355
6
3,006
11,^294
14,416
>
a
n
o
792
3.306
3.281
17,014
2
1,039
4.491
4,473
32,227
4
o
1
-
1,309
5.970
5,310
•21,862
8
O
2
1
1,232
4.624
5,786
34,077
14
W
G:
K l i r e a ( 7 , 12. 1 3 . 1 6 , 21)
22,422
4.724
4.51S
2,317
2.201
1.190
1.156
1,108
46
2
-
1,108
4.507
5.066
29.447
IB
o
cc
L e t t e r l o a n ( 3 , 8 , 9 , 1 5 . 1 8 , 20)
38,412
5,261
5,232
2,610
2,622
1.324
1,404
1,281
117
5
1
1,285
5,199
6,049
53,075
7
o
Liberties
18,675
8,703
8,638
4,233
4,405
1,749
2,033
1.931
98
4
-
1,978
8.461
9,471
59.631
0
12,026
5.280
6.479
3.204
3,275 ;
1.290
1,587
1.538^
24
25
1,552
6,287
7,136
44,734
11
1,353
5,467
6,797
36,985
15
1.280
5,182
6,012
41,934
2
(51-54)
M a d e r a ( 7 2 , 7 9 . 8 2 , 83)
23.837
5,405
5,488
2,784
2,704
1,363
1,436
1.351
82
3
-
M a ^ i e r a r e l t ( 6 7 , 7 3 . 81)
12,176
4,693
5,455
2,668
2,787
1,126
1.328
1.280
41
7
-
29,611
3,891
3.892
1.988
1.904
1.017
1.002
979
22
1
-
980
3,888
4,365
29,210
15
22,617
8,331
8,869
4,102
4.767
2,545
2.613
2,329
219
62
3
2,345
8,395
11,474
92,680
5
rr
o
!z:
o
o
•^
a
m
-
5
DO
50
17
Llmava<3y (Limavady U . D . , 29, 3 4 , 44)
Moneiymore ( 6 3 , 7 0 , 7 1 , 74)
P o r t s t e w a r t ( P o r t s t e w a r t U . D . , 4 , 5 , 14, 17)
|
S a l t e r s t o w n ( 6 0 , 7 6 , 7 8 , 80)
23,819
3,945
3,864
1,978
1,886
1,001
966
909
56
1
Waterside ( 5 0 , 55-57)
27,778
7,326
8,818
4,630
4,188
1.187
1,725
1,619
97
9
* OJie contents of each county electoral division are shown In parenthesis, the numbers being those of the d i s t r i c t electoral divisions In Table 4.
•/• Excluding 8,276 acres iinder the larger r i v e r s , lakes and tideways,
f Excluding £34,048 15s. t2ie valuation of e l e c t r i c i t y , gas and water undertakings, salmon and eel f i s h e r i e s ,
etc.
909
3,860
4,091
27,268
1.635
7,293
7,623
105,999
•-<
CENSUS OF NORTHERN
IRELAND 196 1
TAKJE 6 - Private Dwellings: Inhabited Dwellings by Building Type,
Tenure and Rooms
Administrative Areas
Mote:- For deflnlUons, see Parfc I
Inhabited dwelllnga
Population
Containing
m
Total
no.of
rooms
Total
n o . of
dwellings
private
dwellings
118,658
959
25,787
377
105,920
1,615
1
rooift
2
rooms
3
rooms
4
rooms
6
rooms
6
rooms
7-8
rooifts
9 or
more
rooms
sse
£,162
81
3,760
76
7,969
99
5,601
13,
3,075
2,296
772
-
-
-
£,262
1
3,824
11
1
8,045
23
5,499
12
3
3,067
8
2,268
24
4
758
24
10
118,772
671
174
26,043
103
18
106.674
685
176
26,164
100.0
107, 535
L o n d o n d e r r y County
Permanent d w e l l i n g s
Non-pentianent d w e l l i n g s
Dwellings w l t n 1 Household p e r d w e l l i n g
Z noiiseholds per dwelling
S o r more n o u s e h o l d s p e r d w e l l i n g
Total dwellings
Percentage
Houseliolds
therein
108
340
"
•
~
"
" •
340
1.3
2,263
8.6
3,836
14.7
8, 068
30.8
5.514
21.1
3,075
11.8
2,296
8.8
772
2.9
119,617
340
2,264
3,849
8,091
5»53£
3,083
2,330
819
26,308
•
•
199
66
3
1,660
498
71
2,809
814
630
6t790„
1,378
3,480
4,533
1,639
1,818
2,196
1;152
521
1,329
848
89
487
334
4
89,864
3 3 , 888
28,644
20,003
6,729
6,516
81,175
24, 322
30,523
2
117
11
18
1,024
49
48
1,336
ei
55
1,783
94
78
902
96
57
407
59
40
257
95
13
64
72
1,665
22,821
3,046
511
5,890
557
1 , 058
^,234
2 , 038
1
29
5
16
154
4
101
143
5
86
67
14
38
15
6
2
17
7
4
2
2
1,603
219
909
408
41
247
4
2
4
13
7
9
30
18
4
8
7
3
2
2
3
3
493
817
1,036
901
864
950
•
Permanent d w e l l i n g s
Dwelling housesOwner o c c u p i e d
Rented from l o c a l o r p u W l c a u t h o r i t y
Rented from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
Furnished
Unfurnished
O c c u p i e d m some o t h e r way
FlatsOwner o c c u p i e d
R e n t e d from l o c a l o r p u h l i c a u t h o r i t y
R e n t e d from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
Furnished
Unfurnished
O c c u p i e d m some o t h e r way
Farmhouses
-1
_
58
*"
—
-'
~
283
1
246
166
63 •
1 27,191
1
1
1,104
147
645
61
40
19
!
151
107
54
5,376
1
23,641
1
C o l e r a i n e M u n i c i p a l Borough
Permanent d w e l l i n g s
Non-permanent d w e l l i n g s
Dwellings wlth1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 o r more h o u s e h o l d s p e r d w e l l i n g
Total dwellings
Percentage
Households
therein
Permanent
dwellings
Dwelling housesOwner o c c u p i e d
R e n t e d from l o c a l o r p u b l i c a u t h o r i t y
R e n t e d from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
Furnished
Unfurnished
O c c u p i e d m some o t h e r way
FlatsOwner o c c u p i e d
R e n t e d from l o c a l o r p u b l i c a u t h o r i t y
R e n t e d from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
Furnished
unfurnished
Occupied I n some o t h e r way
Farmhouses
_
43
299
887
1,088
425
2
"
-
_
-
-
2
43
-
298
1
886
-
420
5
~
-
1,085
3
r
2
0.1
43
1,4
299
10.0
667
29.7
1, 088
36.5
2
43
300
888
1,091
-
26
2
12
Z27
36
47
830
209
243
1
11
3
139
2
4
364
10
~
-
•
1
192
~
47
-
14,414 1
2 1
2.981
2
2,965
15
3
11,183
85
26
2,983
100.0
11,294
1
1
11,266
6
186
4
2
45
1
1
14.294
••
97
25
1
192
6.4
47
1.6
14,416
/ 430
202
50
3,006
l,07i
342
513
417
252
50
185
142
3
46
56
13,743
5,584
4,024
2,802
1,019
868
10,812
3,574
4,097
/ 16
/ 188
/
13
4
102
9
3
21
16
1
5
4
156
3,660
329
31
830
54
98
2.85P
193
17
8
2
7
3
1
6
3
. 648
104
334
176
21
104
464
70
270
1
6
1
79
101
30
20
23
425
14.3 ^
/
17
1
13
72
2
60
57/'
4'
m
/
.-2
/ 11
5
/
12
3
2
2 .
~
-
-
-
1
'. 21
-
~
.
~
1
1
1
2
23
•
•
8
L._„.'
.
•
42
83
19.
12
COUNTY AND COUNTY BOROUGH OF LONDONDERRY
TABLE 6 - Private Dwellings: Inhabited Dwellings by Building Type,
Tenure and Rooms - continued
Administrative Areas
Inhabited
•
^
.
•
•
•
•
dwellings
Containing
'
..1
room
rooms
3
rooms
•
. / *
•
I'oams
:
Population
6
rooms
6
rooms
7-8
rooms
9 or
more
rooms
Total
no.of
rooms
Total
no.of
dwellings
In
private
dwellings
Lunavady Urban D i s t r i c t
Pennanent dwellings
Non-periiianent d w e l l i n g s
1
3
Dwellings w i t h 1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3, o r more h o u s e h o l d s p e r d w e l l i n g
4
therein
Pennanent
dwellings
Dwelling housesowner o c c u p i e d
Rented from l o c a l o r p u b l i c a u t h o r i t y
Rented from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
Furnished
Unfurnished
O c c u p i e d I n some o t h e r way
FlatsOwner o c c u p i e d
R e n t e d from l o c a l o r p u b l i c a u t h o r i t y
R e n t e d from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied I n some o t h e r wa^r
,i47
301
253
135
127
30
5,030
23
1,033
13
4,098
35
49 •
147
300
1
253
134
1
124
3
25
4
1
4,955
75
23
1,- 036
9
1
4,074
42
17
49
4.7
147
14.1
301
28.7
253
24.2
135
12.9
127
12.1
30
2.9
5,053
1,046
100,0
4,133
f
49
147
30S
253
136
130
38
1,059
i
37
£
11
136
22
27
274
29
105
226
47
120
132
57
26
123
46
43
30
20
1
4,704
1,318
1, 590
959
223
333
3,876
804
1,617
1
1
22
1
2
84
1
7
131
2
51
8
8
37
4
3
26
5
3
6
106
1,523
167
21
355
27
74
1,292
89
-
2
11
27
26
3
21
3
i
1
4
_
321
£1
242
73
4
54
219
21
159
1
-
42
13
3
10
4
1
26
11
2
-
6
1
3
6,174
/-
Total dwellings
Percentage
Households
39
10
4
0.4
•
'
/
/
/
.
•
.
7
20
5
2
2
1
2
1
1
-
-
-
1
-
13
70
121
512
230
132
54
1,132
3,531
-
-
-
-
-
-
~
-
-
70
121
509
2
1
230
132
49
6,107
10
57
1,124
2
6
3,474
11
46
1,132
100.0
3,631
-
-
Farmhouses
1
4
P o r t s t e w a r t Urban D i s t r i c t
Pennanent dwellings
Non-pentvanent d w e l l i n g s
Dwellings w i t h 1 household p e r dwelling"
2 households per dwelling
3 o r more h o u s e h o l d s p e r d w e l l i n g
Total dwellings
Percentage
:
Households
therein
Permanent
dwellings
Dwelling housesOwner o c c u p i e d
R e n t e d from l o c a l o r p u b l i c a u t h o r i t y
Rented from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
Famished
Unfurnished
O c c u p i e d i n some o t h e r w a y
FlatsOwner o c c u p i e d
R e n t e d from l o c a l o r p u b l i c a u t h o r i t y
R e n t e d from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
Furnished
unfurnished
Occupied I n some o t h e r way
Farmhouses
13
_
"
~
0.0
'
.„
_
: -
_
~
-5
70
6.2
121
10.7
512
45.2
230
20.3
132
11.7
54
4.8
6,174
^^
70
121
516
230
132
65
1, 147
•
33
7
8
117
51
33
509
276
73
228
149
9
130
85
1
51
. 30
5,963
3,422
582
1,076
601
124
3,389
1,682
550
3
2
7
11
_
~
7
24
2
41
117
2
20
46
4
11
31
2
5
13
3
508
1,366
85
94
244
13
335
823
59
5
3
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
37
1
29
2
-2
2
-
_
_
-
_
- "
119
16
71
5
_
-
49
5
32
1
-
164
34
95
17
8
10
6
2
4
15
4
13
1
2
1
1
2
47
7
23
3
•
-
~
13
1.1
a
-
_
~
-
-
_1
•
-
•
_
*
•
10
CENSUS OF NORTHERN IRELAND 196 1
TABLE 6 - Private Dwellings: Inhabited Dwellings ky Building Type,
Tenure and Booms - continued
Administrative Areas
Inhabited dwellings
Population
Containing
m
Total
no.of
rooms
Total
no.of
dwellings
private
dwellings
1
2
3
4
6
6
7-8
room
rooms
rooms
rooms
rooms
rqoms
rooms
9 or
more
rooms
46
£5
430
19
677
38
1, 533
764
1
580
511
176
21,951
4, 717
18,832
17
-
-
-
250
100
362
71
449
765
580
19,170
6
24
-
-
44
-
-
173
3
4,811
1
510
1
22,157
.-
714
1
1,549
-
-
-
-
_
-
71
1.6
449
9.3
715
1,550
32.2
765
580
511
12.0
10.6
4,817
100.0
19,194
15.9
176
3.7
22,201
14.8
71
449
716
1,551
765
580
512
179
4,823
.
45
10
2
352
89
21
' 510
1,314
124
130
211
830
663
220
206
315
182
96
65
55
201
134
5
14,719
5,262
5,162
3,395
1,035
1, 249
13,339
3,407
5, 641
-
5
225
12
9
230
17
13
236
25
9
108
^0
9
60
9
9
39
14
264
3,630
701
54
932
125
140
15
92
32
2
22
95
4
69
6
18
_2
-
Coleraine Rural D i s t r i c t
Penaanent dwellings
Non-pennanent dwellings
Dwellings wlth1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 or more households per dwelling
Total dwellings
Percentage
Households therein
Perraanervt dwellings
Dwelling housesOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public authority
Rented from other landlords
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied In some other way
29
4
FlatsOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public authority
Rented from other landlords
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied In some other way
_
_
_
-
.
-
Farmhouses
1
•"•
! _
-
6
24
3,360
192
469
3
19
8
-2
14
-6
-1
4
2
-1
-
78
164
200
193
265
308
81
7,092
1,290
5,398
66
26
482
30
694
8
1,239
522
329
315
127
18.793
-
-
-
-
16,298
118
3,774
2
66
188
92
512
701
1
1,240
522
327
2
311
4
123
3
1
16,325
81
10
3,828
16,916
11
1
58
7
3,840
100.0
16,981
*
_
_
-
2
2
_
-
_
-
26
_
7
4
Limavady Rural D i s t r i c t
Permanent dwellings
Non-'pennanent dwellings
Dwellings wlth1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 or more households per dwelling
Total dwellings
Percentage
Households therein
~
_
~
~ .
~
1
"
-
~
92
2.4
512
702
18.3
1,241
32.3
13.6
329
8.6
315
8.2
127
3.3
16,416
13.3
92
512
703
1,242
522
331
3;Lg
132
3 , 863
'
56
18
378
106
10
555
126
148
1.057
372
88
195
"^
140
70
17
52
32
2
11,286
2,908
4,926
2.801
141
733
4
243
15
10
268
14
5
167
11
5
72
12
6
38
6
6
32
15
3
7
8
196
2,867
399
40
852
82
3,606
522
•
Permanent dwellings
Dwelling housesOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public authority
Rented from other landlords
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied in some other way
FlatsOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public authority
Rented from other landlords
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied in some other way
Farmhouses
1
35
2
_
10
_
104
1
3
_
-1
-
-
138
3
- '
179
_
•
.'
; •
_/'
-i
, " •
f
-
160
1
_
_
1
_
137
_
175
.
.
75
663
1,174
21
_
-
18
3
•
12,345
2,519
5,804 •
137
279
5
14
_
_
_
-
4
1
11
3
968
4,434
4,991
COUNTY AND COUNTY BOROlJGH OF LONDONDERRY
Tfi^LM 6 - Private IVrellings: Inhabited Dwellings by Building Type,
Tenure and Rooms - continued '
11
Administrative Areas
Inhabited
dwellings
Containing
Total
3
rooms
4
rooms
5
rooms
6
rooms
7-8
rooms
9 or
more
rooms
n o . of
rooms
534
26
1,401
80
947
12
645
380
165
-
-
-
21,112
512
4,505
159
19, 743
926
552
7
1
1,463
18
960
7
2
645
i
368
11
1
142
11
2
21,254
319
51
4,604
54
6
20,179
422
68
412
/8.8
560
12.0
1,481
31.8
959
20.6
645
13.8
380
8.2
155
3.3
2 1 , 624
4,664
100.0
20,669
412
569
1,499
970
645
393
170
4»730
.
.
334
73
7
438
98
46
1,275
272
581
838
294
388
652
215
267
236
160
14
91
67
1
17,342
6,217
6,124
3,799
1, 194
1,303
16.493
4.671
6.037
1
244
9
4
268
23 •
9
387
26
3
134
19
47
15
e
4
44
14
14
9
_
142
4,284
575
29
1,157
lie
95
5,183
507
-2
34
1
23
14
2
9
3
1
3
1
1
1
_
179
36
75
7
2
1
2
1
~
66
8
34
1
2
1
-:
-
282
42
143
69
31
7
14
7
2
37
21
11
1
room
2
rooms
Peimartent d w e l l i n g s
Non-pennanent dwellings
44
88
399
13
Dwellings w i t h .
1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 o r more h o u s e h o l d s p e r d w e l l i n g
72
412 /•
L o n d o n d e r r y ftural
District
_
_
Total dwellings
Percentage
Households
Population
in
private
dwellings
Total
n o . of
dwellings
72
1.5
therein
72
/
/
-
_
-
•
•
Permanent d w e l l i n g s
Dwelling housesOwner o c c u p i e d
R e n t e d from l o c a l o r p u b l i c a u t h o r i t y
R e n t e d from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
Rimlshed
Unfurnished
O c c u p i e d I n some o t h e r way
•• Flats-
Owner o c c u p i e d
Rented from l o c a l o r p u b l i c a u t h o r i t y
R e n t e d from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
FUmlshed
Uhfumlshed
Occupied m some o t h e r way
Farmhouses
'
'
^35
15
19
1
_
—
4
2
2
-
6
-
9
61
90
92
95
Permanent d w e l l i n g s
Non-permanent d w e l l i n g s
75
24
776
9
1,339
4
2.487
1.416
-
Dwellings wlth1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 o r more h o u s e h o l d s p e r d w e l l i n g
99
784
1
1,342
1
2.486
1
-
-
99
1.3
785
10.2
99
Magherafelt Bural
Penaanent
90 '
_
141
63
3,486
641
3.071
731
639
183
-
-
-
33, 679
54
7.645
37
31,635
98
1.415
731
-
637
1
1
181
2
-
-
33,680
45
8
7,675
6
1
31,678
43
12
1,343
17.5
2.487
32.4
1,415
18.4
731
9.6
639
8.3
183
2.4
33,735
7,682
100.0
31,733
786
1.344
2,488
1, 416
731
642
185
7,690
.
.
62
23
1
525
223
10
910
402
.125
1,923
465
966
954
372
323
361
224
45
314
211
6
122
84
22,107
9.187
6,146
5,171
2.004
1.465
20.921
7,726
6,777
1
33
4
3
277
IS
13
346
24
10
476
18
5
232
22
2
77
13
4
64
29
4
16
18
203
5,781
790
42
1.520
140
127
6,850
442
1
1
-1
-
*1
4
1
1
27
3
3
8
1
1
14
1
1
1
3
2
2
5
6
District
Total dwellings
Percentage
Households
2
2
therein
-
-*
•
•
dwellings
Dwelling housesOwner o c c u p i e d
Rented from l o c a l o r p u b l i c a u t h o r i t y
R e n t e d from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
FUmlshed
unfurnished
O c c u p i e d I n some o t h e r way
FlatsOwner o c c u p i e d
R e n t e d from l o c a l o r p u b l i c a u t h o r i t y
R e n t e d from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied I n #ome o t h e r way
Famhouses
12
'..
250
2
426
_
664
1
1
460
^
_
_
370
1
_
_
1
324
-
_
_
61
5
10
6
1 1 . 645
.
i
2,466
10,700
CENSUS OF NORTHERN IRELAND 1961
12
TABLE 6 - Private Dwellings; Inhabited Dwellings by Building Type,
Tenure and Rooms - continued
Administtative Areas
Inhabited dwellings
Population
Containing
Total ;
Total
no.ot
no. of
rooms
dwellings
m
private
dwellings
Z
rooms
3
rooms
4
rooms
5 ,
rocans
6
rooms
7-8
rooms
9 or
more
rooms
9
1
S39
1
1,153
4,892
643
264
-
2,730
1
1,172
-
-
-
-
51,753
8
11,102
3
61,436
10
10
£39
1
1,146
7
'
"
4.758
116
18
2,640
74
17
1.085
68
19
537
63
43
192
20
52
48, 623
1,935
1,203
10. 607
349
149
47,761
2.174
1, 510
51,445
1
rocBn
Londonderry County Borough
Pennanent dwellings
Non-penmanent dwellings
Dwellings wltH1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 or more households per dwelling
Total dwellings
Percentage
Households therein
"
10
0.1
240
2.S
1,153
10.4
4, 892
44.0
2,731
24.6
1,172
10.5
643
5.8
284
£.4
51,761
•
11,105
100.0
10
241
1,160 ,
5,045
2,842
1,286
812
466
11,862
•
8
215
34
62
1,094
160
541
4,760
1,598
1,178
2,669
967
1,028
1,170
597
124
640
394
14
262
155
4
50,640
19,881
12, 484
10,818
3,905.
2,961
50,327
16,563
16,921
"
8
103
8
9
372
12
65
1,872
47
26
618
30
22
408
19
14
200
18
12
75
16
797
16,039
839
157
3,655
150
610
16, 674
569
1
24
59
132
61
2
S
1,094
282
1,088
»'
_
-
-
Permanent dwellings
Dwelling nousesOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or puDllc a u t h o r i t y
Rented from other landlords
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied In some other way
*..
1
7
FlatsOwner occupied
Rented from local or public a u t h o r i t y
Rented from other landlords
Furnished
Un rum 1 shed
Occupied m some other way
-
Famhouses
-
,
-
-
-
20
SO
119
57
1
2
2
-
1
4
8
_
~
2
5
2
-
-
-
-
-
Pemanent dwellings
Non-pennanent dwellings
2
51
1
212
1,012
-
-
-
Dwellings w l t h ., 1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 or more households per dwelling
2
52
212
~
-
-
"
•
-
-
"
„
951
246
966
-
_
-
14
86
43
5
20
11
10
72
40
-r
-
2
19
2
20
610
456
291
184
-
-
-
-
14,706
2
2,818
.1
11,623
3
1,000
9
3
586
19
6
425
22
9
239
28
24
131
13
40
13,349
697
762
2,646
91
82
10, 232
517
877
456 ,' 291
16.2/ 10.3
184
6.5
14,708
2,819
100.0
11,826
•
340
3,161
.
.
3
1
2
-
3
•
North Ward
Total dwellings
Percentage
Households therein
•
*
2
0.1
52
1.8
212
7.5
1,012
35.9
610
21,7
2
52
212
1,027
643
1
47
8
10
200
28
99
999
363
201
606
309
98/
454
237
16
288
165
8
184
103
1
14, 554
8,818
1,775
2,779
1,213
433
11,500
4,855
1,976
2
26
1
72
1
-
16
398
21
/6
V79
/14
15
176
11
6
99
10
10
68
12
338
5,179
446
55
1,008
70
228
4,199
243
4
2
3
152
39
123
-3
-3
-
.38
12
31
1
2
"
4
71
39
2
15
10
3
64
35
-
-
-
-
-
-
501
384
:
Permanent dwellings
Dwelling housesOwner occupied
Rented from local or p u t l l c authority
Rented from other landlords
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied In some other way
*"
FlatsOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public authority
Rented from other landlords
• Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied In some other way
1
4
12
-1
"
-1
-8
2
1
-2
~
2
3
7
-
-
-
-
Farmhouses
•
-
1
13 ,
-
S
••'
.
-
1
I
—
—
1
1
—
. .
-
-
COUNTY
AND COUNTY BOROUGH OF LONDONDERRY
13
TABLE 6 - Private Dwellings; Inhabited Dwellings by Building Type,
Tenure and Rooms - continuei
Administrative Areas
Inhabited, dwellings
Containing
1
room
2
rooms
3
Total
no. of
dwellings
Population
In
private
dwellings
4
rooms
6
rooms
6
rooms
7-6
rooms
540
2,784
1,408
643
209
24
-
-
-
-
-
-
25,138
1
5,663
1
28,899
2
535
6
™
2,687
83
14
1,368
30
10
506
29
8
176
21
12
19
1
4
24,015
841
283
5, 446
170
48
27,305
1,164
432
5,664
100.0
28,901
rooms
South Ward
9 or
more
rooms
Total
no.of
rooms
, / •
Permanent dwellings
Non-permajient dwellings
7
1
148
/
/
Dwellings wlth1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 or more households per dwelling
Tota], dwellings
Parentage
8
~
•
/
147
/ 1
*"
8
0.1/
640
9.5
2,784
49.2
1,408
24.9
543
9.6
209
3.7
24
0.4
25,139
e.6
8
149
545
2,896
1,458
591
256
40
5,943
7
129
14
49
497
91
148
2.668
747
764
1,351
325
791
543
267
99
209
132
3
24
13
_
24,222
7,558
8,152
5,428
1,579
1,848
27,959
7,328
11,809
1
58
7
4
S5£
8
25
1,114
18
7
222
6
4
180
3
3
68
3
1
8
2
208
8,095
209
46
1,908
47
191
8.436
195
19
43
116
57
116
57
-
-1
-
-
_
-
940
4S
_
_
-
235
19
Households therein
148
•
*
Permanent dwellings
Dwelling housesOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public a u t h o r i t y
Rented from other landlords
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied In some other way
^
;
6
"'
«
-
FlatsOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public authority
Rented from other landlords
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied m some other way
-
-
_
_
"
-
712
1
173
143
56
-
-
-
11,909
5
2,621
1
10,913
5
1,071
24
1
687
25
1
154
17
2
122
14
7
42
6
8
11,259
497
158
2,515
88
19
10,224
493
201
2.622
100.0
10,918
-
-
-
-
Pemanent dwellings
Non-permanent dwellings
-
40
401
1,096
-
-.
-
Dwellings wlth1 household per dwelling
2,households per dwelling
3 or more households per dwelling
~
40
399
2
Farmhouses
916
-
_
-
913
234
935
-3
-1
5
"
-
,"
-
™
• "
-
rside Ward
Total dwellings ,
Percentage
-
~
"*
40
.1.6
401
15.3
1,096
41.8
713
27.2
173
6.6
143
5.5
56
2.1
11,914
0.0
-
40
403
1,122
741
194
172
86
2,758
•
•
^
39
12
3
397
41
300
1,093
488
213
712
333
139
173
103
9
143
97
3
54
39
3
11, 864
5,507
2,557
2,611
1,113
670
10,868
4,380
3,137
5
10
6
46
3
24
360
8
13
217
10
3
53
5
5
33
5
1
9
2
251
3,365
184
56
739
33
191
3,039
121
_
-
_
-
26
8
25
_
-
-
10
12
4
3
4
1
7
13
5
19
2
20
Households therein
•
Permanent dwellings
Dwelling housesOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public authority
Rented from other landlords
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied m some other way
FlatsOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public auttiority
Rented from other landlords
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied m some other way
Fannhouses
•*
_
—
-r
•
-
.
-
*•
1
4
3
-1
"•
-
-
2
2
~
1
1
1
-
-
-
.
.
„
"
~
~
-
-
-
-
•
_
_
_
2
CE?^S,US •Ol r^pRJii,E:|^N'.|f,ifA.AN.D,',19-61;
14
TABLE 7 - Private Households : Size» Booms Occupied» an^ Dei^sity >^
of Room Occupation
Administrative Areas
SoUi- For deHnltlons, see Part I
•=•HujBber of p r i v a t e vHp^setoQlds oftcuiylng
the rollowlng number of rooms
1
Population a t successive
Total p r i v a t e
households'
Number of
persons in
household
Average
nuwber
[persons per room)
population
i n
Rooms
prl^vate
occupied
households
or
•• •
10
1
'-a
3
4
5
657
374.
- -969
1,039
1,036
776
491
310
196
117
98
60
23
14
511
6-7
and
ov«r
8-9
NO.
.. ^
2,784
6,220
4,621
4,270
3,209
2»204
1,443
1,004
10.6
19.9
17.6
16.2
12.2
^:
Over
2
l i and
over, hut
not over
2
persons
1 and
over, but under i
under l i
per
room
Ijondonderry County
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
a9
10
li
IZ
15
14
636
575
344
256
175
122
82
70
31
25
10
4
3
3
1
547
935
678
534
376
274
203
141
87
50
27
20
6
7
1
380
2,339
3,886
8,078
6,519
4,528
1.4
8.9
14,8
30.7
21.0
17.2
209
68
43
24
19
5
5
5
1
i
~
~
*•
16 and over
Total
private
households
) NO.
)
) %
Private households at
successive d e n s i t i e s
1,500
1,383
i»333
1,033
703
BOO
362
249
164
89
59
23
23
11
258
914
828
823
613
420
231
175
93
67
46
30
16
6
1
•
69,
192
£24
196
163
131
81
52
30
12
11
4
1
32
67
82
66
64
60
31
13
7
3
-3
616
420
243
141
62
43
29
1,169 ,
409
26,308
4.4
1.6
-
•
1
-1
•
8.4
6.5
3.8
2.3
1.6
0.9
, • 0.5
,•
. 0.2
0.2
0.1
2,784
10,440
13,863
17,080
16,046
13,224
10,101
S,032
6,535
4,200
2,673
1,692
806
602
468
5,080
1,718
,i07,5S5
9.686
4,695
789
7,372
14,673
35,191
23,531
19,172
380
4,678
11,658
3g,3i;3
27,695
28,613
19
25
4
2
1
1
46
95
67
43
24
18
10
5
128
217
183
159
02
55
22
Ifi
8
4
3
1
1
2
54
177
206
242
174
104
63
38
21
11
3
2
3
29
137
112
93
66
46
17
17
7
6
2
2
4
5
12
18
16
11
13
8
3
1
2
2
7
2
3
6
2,676
9,154
10,668
8,492
4,150
2,016
209
136
1,032
1,024
1,880
5,856
3,500
4,384
1,693
1,410
506
384
2,030
1,728
3,312
2,400
2,046
1,272
741
602
396
1,150
2,034
7,466
9,045
4,500
3,787
1,728
... 567
390
121
36
784
102
63
~
-
65
-
16
48
0.27
0.45
0.64
0.84
1.04
1.23
1,48
1,74
1.95
2.21
2.34
2,58
2.80
3.46
2.86
.
.
Hooms occupied
667
288
174
160
_
-
129
96
070
762
100.0
.
Population In
private households
10,1B&
22,986
21*608
20,233
15,364
10,740
6,808
4,627
2,839
1,903
1,141
'1,919
3,470
6,779
14,140
16,484
21,786
31,171
38,004
0.90
4
50
201
808
283
1,280
1,675
1,412
0.24
0.44
0.62
0.82
1.00
1.17
1.33
119,617
Cbleraine Municipal
Borou^
1
2
S
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
IS and over
Total
private
households
) No.
)
)%
4
2
2
1
1'
~
"
~
•
-1
"
-2
-,
-
-
~
10
53
310
891
0.3
1.8
10.3
29.6
-1
1,088
~
^
i
-
-1
-
638
88
17.9
2*9
287
667
698
558
372
243
115
9.5
287
22.2
10.9
18.6
12.4
1,334
1,794
2,232
1,860
1,468
8.1
3.8
^ 80 ' 2.7
37
22
10
5
9
2
1
j
28 ,
1.2
0.7
0.3
0.2
0.3
0,1
0.0
23
110
960
3.017
4,671
2,003
38'2
129
10
106
030
3,564
5,440
3,344
722
300
2
1
17
IS
9
6
4
25
51
24
23
11
8
6
2
30
70
40
50
44
32
20
6
3
1
1
1
19
39
61
40
40
28
19
6
6
2
2
X
2
13
11,294
Total
private
households
) NO.
)
)%
4
10
6
70
40
72
50
88
36
91
28
16
-
4
12
8
120
438
154
432
225
160
22
24
26
1,330
400
168
91
16
846
490
152
36
10
_
_
-
-
~
1.^
1,75
2.00
2.39
2.31
2.26
3,60
3.20
55
226
517
1,626
799
1,924
3,027 •
6,225
0.78
14,416
limavady Urban
District
15 and over
.
•
100.0
'
Rooms occupied
e
_
6-
3,006
1.0 •
population In
private households
9
10
11
12
13
14
407
190
110
46
26
52
8
5
•
1
36.2.
Private households a t
successive d e n s i t i e s
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
805
640
333
220
110
60
U7
28
16
1,201
3,066
2,888
2,707
1,854
1,251
. . . 605
•
-1
"
—
_
~
M.
-1
"
-3
2
•
-
-
-
56 '
37
41
31
21
13
11
7
7
1
3
1
-1
-
4
52
153
307
2S4
241
0.4
4.9
14.4
28.0
24.0
22.6
2 ^'^
4
7
7
5:
2
6
1
2
*
-^
-.
34'
3.8
Private households at
successive d e n s i t i e s
112
241
170
167
134
03
60
20
16
13
6
5
3
3
2
1
2
^
2
1
1
•
-
.
•
•'•
-
14
. ,1.3 ..
10.6
22.6
18.9
i6.7
12.6
6.8 ,/
5.7
2.7 /
1.^
0^6
^.3
-1
/o.o
' 0.1
i.oso'
, ,
•
/
•'
/ 112
, 462
537
' 668
670
568
420
232
144
' 130
66
60
461
1,092
684
806
855
482
206
161
89
70
27
. ^29
8
126
492
1,177
1.O06
1,051
126
55
Rooms occupied
4
104
459
1,228
1.270
1,650
283
' 156
•
_
-
4
20
-
42
24
27
40
55
.24 •
30 :
16
39
-
-5
15
15
~
„
2
27
24
55
226
. 140
96
72
40
11
36
-•
-
100.0
•
110
460
438
i B
.. 30
72
292
420
234
224
06
45
50
-
* 348
176
06
14
16
•
_
_.
^
-
_
_
-
.
. ,
population In
p r i v a t e households
•.
4,133
6,063
0.24
0.44
0,62
0.83
1.02
1.16
1.42
1,44
1.62
1.86
2.44
2,07
2,44-
^
3.00
.
32
113
201
623
.
290
731
1,465
1,647
0.82
COUNTY
TABLE 7 - Private Households
AND COUNTY BOROUGH OF LONDONDERRY
Administrative Areas
Size, Booms Occupied, and Density
of Room Occupation - continued
Numher or p r i v a t e households occupying
the rollowlng number of roo(ti$
persons In
household
—
3
z
4
6
6-7
2 '
1
11
12
13
14
15 and over
Total
} No.
private
)
households ) %
Private households at
successive d e n s i t i e s
Population In
private households
Rooms occupied
Population
In
private
liouseholds
l i and
1 and
over, but
not over over, but
under l i
2
occupied
Over
%
'over
Average
number
of
persons
{persons per room)
£
per
Under i
room
/
-
. 10
Population at successive
/ • '
1
e9
No.
a-9
Portstewart Urban
District
3
4
5
6
7
/
total private
households
dO
1
15
•
—
—
-
8
6
Z
3
-1
—
—
-
26
24
12
13
3
1
32
30
19
19
14
7
3
1
-
—
—
•
47 i
99
63/
6^
$5
Al
/ 6
/• 6
1
^
-
1
1
_
92
124
96
98.
51
27
18
4
/
—
_
—
—
_
- .
_
-
•
_
•
_
,;
—
/
—
_ /
-/
4
22
12
11
4
7
~
3
1
—
1
—
-
3
3
4
6
3
3
-1
1
—
—
-
211
309
208
205
110
67
27
8
9
2
18.4
26.9
18.1
17.9
9,6
5.0
2.3
0.7
0.6
0.2
0.0
1
0.1
0.0
0.0
0.0
1
20
80
124
511
322
65
24
1,147
0.1
1.7
7.0
10.8
^44.6
28.1
5.7
2.1
.
211
618
624
820
550
342
189
64
81
20
—
—
,
IZ
z
44
200
358
1.607
986
239
96
40
240
496
2,&65
2,024
545
273
37
17
8
5
1
164
118
62
44
32
17
9
8
6
3
4
94
172
123
98
79
56
35
27
17
6
4
2
1
1
1
123
282
279
260
211
133
89
67
42
32
15
7
4
2
3
57
121
167
146
106
66
40
25
9
11
11
4
66
160
170
161
142
87
44
27
14
11
6
5
1
2
26
41
48
44
40
21
16
14
8
4
4
1
8
16
26
23
12
6
9
3
6
48
21
8
8
45
10
—
8
—
-
_
Z
6
12
15
599
331
140
51
67
11
•
^
—
_
-
_
_
12
12
36
128
325
210
168
40
27
10
-_
_
-
211
604
582
680
210
78
-8
9
—
_
—
-
0.20
0.37
0.65
0.74
0.92
1.03
1.35
1.25
1.21
1.82
_
-
1.50
100.0
•
1
-
1,044
1,666
1,142
1,115
3,531
3
27
183
934
24
169
956
2,382
0.57
528
0.27
0,46
0.63
0.82
1.02
1.25
1.43
1.71
2.00
2.09
2.37
2.45
3.12
3.00
3.90
6,174
Cbleraine Riral
District
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15 and over
Total
) No.
private
)
households ) %
-3
1
~
-
Rooms occupied
4,823
1
-
-
72
454
716
1,649
766
895
267
105
1.5
9.4
14.8
32.1
16.9
18.6
5.6
2.2
Private households a t
successive d e n s i t i e s
population In
private households
-2
-
666
924
886
781
623
385
245
172
95
69
43
19
6
6
6
*1
•
•
•
••
11.7
19.2
18.3
16.2
12.9
8.0
6.1
3.6
2.0
1,4
0.9
0.4
0.1
0.1
0.1
665
1,848
2,666
3,124
3,115
2,310
1,716
1,376
855
690
473
228
78
84
78
2,115
4,004
4,241
3,804
3,052
1,854
1,202
806
427
330
200
93
25
28
20
1,266
2,716
6,648
3,180
3,688
1,146
411
72
908
2,148
6,196
3,826
5,683
2,204
1,185
51
20
10
4
6
2
108
119
89
68
42
Zt
21
23
9
7
2
1
92
150
116
97
69
56
39
36
24
16
6
2
2
2
53
190
204
212
167
118
100
70
50
46
18
13
6
6
3
28
79
80
99
76
62
41
23
19
12
13
3
18
74
89
90
74
71
31
31
19
10
9
4
6
29
37
29
19
17
12
7
7
4
3
7
16
14
11
9
8
4
4
1
_
34
186
176
395
1,134
623
736
162
170
55
72
_
-
37
232
369
1,432
1,585
684
588
304
117
110
44
-
1,582
2,076
1,496
970
390
175
48
_
-
100.0
•
149
_
-
24
20
165
102
329
288
576
410
374
156
76
84
78
19,194
315
618
1,215
2,675
2,664
3,743
5,502
7,265
0.86
„
51
238
348
312
1,076
1,272
0.32
0.49
0.69
0.90
1.11
1.29
1.58
1.84
2.04
2.35
2.33
•2.73
3.47
4.00
4.04
22,201
limavady Hiral
District
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15 and over
Total
) No.
private
)
households ) %
private households a t
successive d e n s i t i e s
Population In
private households
Rooms occupied
-2
~
-1
1
~
-
•
1
-1
-
95
518
706
1,244
626
621
170
2.6
13.4
18.3
32.3
13.7
13.6
4.4
'
•
•
•
•
74.
1.9
363
677
639
610
452
361
248
196
129
93
51
23
8
8
6
9.4
363
17.6
16.6
16.8
11,7
1,354
1,917
2,440
2,260
2,106
1,736
1,560
1,161
9.1
6.4
5.1
3.4
2.4
1.3
0.6
0.2
0.2
0,2
930
561
276 .
104
112
101
1,139
2,761
2,792
2,714
2,037
1,6^
1,100
846
570
395
241
101
30
28
25
1,806
2,872
6,097
2,472
2,488
764
267
95
1,036
2,115
4,876
2,630
3,318
1,410
836
40
267
272
345
1,044
700
744
315
210
99
48
_
-
1,236
1,165
606
604
296
90
50
33
_
_
-
916
510
282
112
40
9
_
-
3,853
100.0
•
196
-,
-
30
16
240
174
420
480
747
670
429
228
104
112
101
18,081
ie,4is
441
682
1,056
1,674
.
3,751
4,084
4,617
4,529
1.03
16
CENSUS OF NORTHERN
TABLE 7 - Private Households
Size, Fk>oms Occupied, and Density
of Boom Occupation - conUt«wd
Administretiye Areas
Number of private households oecfupylns
the following number of rooms
2
3
4
6
76
110
86
65
46
33
16
SO
11
2
3
2
2
1
55
U i
103
72
69
56
43
23
25
14
9
7
1
71
237
247
220
197
161
120
82
58
40
20
18
3
10
1
33
191
203
173
139
80
57
37
17
13
T
3
Z
2
2
23
174
175
204
119
67
46
27
IS
e-7
Population a t successive
Total p r i v a t e
households
Numtjer of
persons in
tiDusehoiil
1
IRELAND 1 9 6 1
10
and
over
8-9
NO.
%
'
(persons per room)
Population
m
private
households
Booms
occupied
309
1,768
2,007
3,144
3,060
2,604
2,114
1,616
1,215
800
539
466
143
196
108
1,044
3,983
4,080
3,766
2,887
2,072
1,396
904
598
343
214
U37
49
68
64
Over
2
l i and
over, but
not over
2
1 and
over, but
under i^
under I
Average
number
of
persons
per
room
Londonderry h i r a i
Eistrict
i.
£
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
IB
13
lA
15 and o v e r
Total
} NO.
private
)
houseliolds ) %
41
IS
17
8
6
3
S
1
1
1
~
"
~
"
Rooms o c c u p l e t i
Ma^erafelt
District
•
-
-1
-3
309
334
869
788
610
434
302
202
135
80
49
38
11
14
7
4,730
96
463
578
1,475
969
876
218
76
2.0
9.6
12.2
31.2
20.3
1S.&
4.6
i.e
'
'
Private households a t
successive densities
Population in
p r i v a t e houseliolds
e
8
7
3
1
Total
) No.
private
)
households ) %
6.6
1S.7
18.4
16.6
12.9
9.2
6.4
4.3
2.9
1.7
1.0
0.8
0.2
0.3
0.1
.
1,670
2,651
7,106
4,067
3,680
998
353
98
908
1,734
5,900
4,795
5,480
1,812
901
32
198
260
295
1,g42
840
952
243
170
88
84
26
-
16
.
41
220
309
1,168
1,680
744
714
280
99
60
22
12
46
266
l,5i6
2,049
1,684
616
402
133
32
18
~
-
0.30
0.44
0.64
0.83
1.06
1.26
1.62
1.79
2.03
2.33
2.52
2.73
2.92
3.36
1.69
.
.
.
.
•
245
_
-
61
32
260
216
427
352
855
670
429
360
117
196
46
100.0
»
20,680
.
465
714
1,166
2,366
3,911
4,446
6,396
6,917
0.96
•
21,624
J
Riral
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15 and over
3
14
ifi
10
6
12
6
2
2
1
7
31
42
34
38
32
13
10
6
1
Z
X
74
11
6
5
5
•"
~1
~
_
"
~
~
~
256
184
112
66
50
43
36
18
6
12
1
1
1
1
210
332
233
188
131
81
70
48
21
11
4
9
2
4
220
474
402
413
318
206
146
ill
88
42
32
19
9
4
4
91
238
237
238
190
136
82
66
41
49
24
10
7
2
5
62
216
132
170
148
126
75
67
30
26
21
9
6
2
17
50
60
69
49
35
31
16
6
2
2
1
7
14
ii
13
U9
14
6
1
3
-1
-
-
-
102
789
1,344
2,488
1,416
1,135
327
89
1.3
10.3
17.5
32.3
1S.4
14.8
4.2
1.2
*
•
~
Private households a t
successive densities
•
Population in
p r i v a t e households
167
2,360
4,873
Rooms o c c u p i e d
102
1,578
4,032
9,952 '
103
61
35
30
IB
7
i
, 2
3
176
281
123
81
47
25
10
11
3
2
1
2
156
330
282
228
176
99
66
38
. 12
12
3
4
6
1
10,789
12.2
19.7
16.2
15.1
ii.8
8.3
5.8
4.2
2.6
1.1
0.7
0.3
0.2
0.1
3,039
3,729
4,652
4,640
3,846
3,122
2,5441,746
1,41D
924
600
326
182
140
7,690
.
.
i.e
5,186
1,432
388
7,080
7,214
2,710
li065
370
823
917
783
606
428
339
244
146
91
61
40
20
12
7
120
339
398
388
445
292
241
183
107
71
48
31
17
5
7
102
304
239
212
174
136
96
52
49
42
18
12
6
8
6
18
66
58
41
34
27
23
10
8
3
3
X
i
2
7
20
23
20
12
14
3
6
2
2
3,185
6,414
6,501
5,321
4»2S0
3,113
2,070
1,452
898
644
413
233
116
52
41
IDO.O
.
.
•
•
•
6,538
^m
937
1,518
1,243
1,163
908
641
448
318
194
141
84
60
26
13
9
•
31,733
•
•
33,733
1,052
4,44^
8,2i0
7,^2
7,€60
6/ii68
^,376
/4,368
2,970
2,230
1,474
1,092
660
406
300
3,857
9,246
9,029
7,838
6,800
4,761
3.663
2,610
1,654
1,068
633
430
227
152
03
_
-
18
20
275
258
742
636'
1,035
650
671
466
312
182
140
-.
22
336
272
665
1,722
1,022
1,416
631
660
231
106
13
_
-
74
368
699
2,404
2.540
1,266
1,099
560
163
100
22.
24
-
863
2,646
2,676
1,956
1.070
600
259
32
27
__
_
-
.
0.29
0.47
0.66
0.87
1.06
1,24
1.51
1.75
1.94
2.19
2.24
2.58
2.80
3.50
3.41
.
608
1,088
2,089
3,925
6,307
6,988
9,309
10,129;
.
0.94
'^
Londonderry Gjunty
Borough
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15 and o v e r
Total
) No.
private
)
households } %
~
~
~
~
_
"
"
"
*"
~
-1
-1
•
"
1,062
Z.SSA
2.073
1,783
1,512
1,028
768
546
330
223
134
91
50
20
19
260
762
1,403
4,887
2.692
1,464
293
IXX
LI, 8 6 2
2.2
a.:4
li.e
41.2
22.7
12.3
2.6
0.0
,/•
Private households a t
successive densities
•
'
•
•
population in
p r i v a t e households
632
2,056
6,145
21,734
13,644
6,618
1*243
Rooms o c c u p i e d
260
1,624
4,209
19,548
13,460
0,068
2,428
•
4731,264
8.9
18.7
17.5
16.0
12.7
8.7
6,6
4.6
2.8
/
1.0 ,^
1.1
0.8/
0.4
0/2
0.2
_
_
122
369
324
880
3,162
2,373
3,416
1,323
1,010
498
144
13
28
103
562
846
4,044
5,255
2,362
2,362
456
153
160
33
12
-
14
-
949 1 0 . 2 7
0.48
3,764
4,899
0.69
2,644
0.91
1,100
1.11
1.30
432
1.51
182
1.74
88
1.91
18
2.00
10
2.33
2.54
12
2.86
' 2.67
3.23
.
-
./
.
aoo.o
'
V
„
105
120
325
192
469
408
1,476
1,050
1,243
924
637
364
300
•
•
51,445
.
61,781
.
833
2,015
3,566
6,458
.
r,613
13,362
16,372
14.098
0.90
'
•
COUNTY
AND
BOROUGH
COUNTY
Number of p r i v a t e households occupyins
the rollowing number ol rooms
2
Total private
households
3
4
5
37
96
70
68
32
17
6
2
1
1
101
204
228
192
146
81
60
28
144
3
1
1
44
lie
115
116
95
51
29
23
12
3
3
3
6-7
8-9
3
•
4
5
6
•
6
4
•*
8
9
10
li
•IS
13
14
15 and over
~
~
"
~
~
~
~
47
99
47
26
11
7
1
4
~
~
~
~
~
-
~1
~
-
•
,
Total
) NO.
private
)
households ) %
/
49
/ 13
138
/
33
113 f
34
87
20
85/
14
22
14
/23
5,
/ 6
1
/ 6
1
/
7
2
3
1
1
1
S
t
-
•
J.—
'
«tid
,over
NO.
%
6
13
19
13
6
8
3
3
2
1
344
726
633
634
393
233
129
88
36
16
16
9
2
3
10.9
23.0
20.0
13.9
12.4
7.4
4.1
2.8
l.i
0.6
0.6
0.3
0,0
0.1
0.0
~.
-1
-1
~
iOi
244
331
1,052
6^'l
588
160
74
3.2
7.7
10.5
33.3
19.3
18.6
6.1
2.3
Private households a t
successive d e n s i t i e s
-
,
/•
•
,
population
Rooms
in
p r i v a t e . occupied
households
Population at successive
densities
{persons per room)
i i and
1 and
Over over, but
over, but
2
under l i
2
Average
number
of
persons
per
Under i room
/
'^North Ward
48
25
7
11
17
A d m i n i s t r a t i v e Areas
Number or
persons In
household
1
2
LONDONDERRY
S i z e , Rooms Occupied, and D e n s i t y
of Room O c c u p a t i o n - continued
TABLE 7 - P r i v a t e Households
1
OF
~
344
1,452
1,899
2,136
1,965
1,398
903
704
324
160
165
108
26
42
~
1,343
3,188
3,027
2,474
1,895
1,187
675
462
186
91
90
56
10
25
"*•
_
_
21
44
85
66
49
48
135
50
66
60
26
14
50
141
112
160
588
360
408
144
60
77
36
-
14
48
198
210
1,040
1,200
496
385
200
27
50
22
296
1,204
1,527
940
520
246
119
46
18
_
12
14
-
_
-
0.26
0.46
0.63
0.86
1.04
-1.18
1.34
1.52
1.74
1.76
1,83
1.96
2.60
1,66
,
3,161
100.0
•
93
364
891
1.813
664
2,140
3,892
4,930
0.79
-
56
165
136
345
1,740
1,582
2,432
'964
840
121
96
13
14
41
266
318
1,792
2,760
1,428
1,603
232
99
100
11
453
1,568
2,094
1,008
345
108
49
24
0.29
0.51
0.73
0.93
1.15
1.33
1.54
1.80
1.94
2.12
2.41
2.65
2.89
2,87
3.20
y
Population In
private households
217
634
1,062
3,970
2,460
2,316
666
312
Rooms occupied
101
488
963
4,208
3,056
3,676
1,338
649
41
28
20
17
7
3
1
1
3
96
133
56
34
28
16
6
7
3
2
1
2
92
156
106
68
69
43
34
27
10
9
3
3
6
1
178
405
474
390
314
247
226
181
115
77
53
33
19
12
6
44
103
132
163
236
160
176
123
73
58
38
27
15
5
7
41
116
60
76
60
72
51
Zf
37
34
11
8
6
7
5
2
14
10
11
8
11,626
14,708
South Vferd
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
6
9
10
11
' 12
13
14
16 and over
Total
) NO.
private
)
households ) %
~
"
~
~
"
"
z
7
3
7
2
1
-1
1
"
.
-2
2
1
2
-2
„
_
~
121
363
617
2,730
1,384
630
69
9
2.0
6.4
10.4
46.9
23.3
10.6
1.2
0.2
Private households a t
successive d e n s i t i e s
*
•
Population in
private households
320
1,079
2,362
13,345
Rooms occupied
1£1
786
1,861
10,020
14
8
8
2
6
33
49
21
19
8
2
3
27
78
106
102
76
39
' 16
9
1
2
91
214
215
201
147
100
63
36
17
10
6
6
•
•
8,150
3,268
350
47
6,020
3,808
663
100
32
118
161
110
112
61
34
37
S2
10
7
1
2
12
60
46
40
20
21
18
2
6
2
3
10
12
10
12
3
Z
2
7
2
5
6
4
494
965
879
751
725
565
503
371
248
162
107
73
46
26
18
6,3
16.1
14.8
1£,6
12,2
9.5
8.5
6.2
4.2
3.1
1.6
1.2
0.8
0.4
0.3
494
1,910
.2,637
3,004
3,626
3,390
3,521
2,968
2,232
1,620
1,177
676
596
364
285
1,709
3,727
3,602
3,220
3,162
2,640
2,260
1,653
1,148
667
486
330
207
127
69
60
68
176
114
287
260
1,179
680
1,045
760
686
350
285
-
_
_
-
6,943
100.0
•
.
28,901
634
1,217
1,798
2,294
6,068
6,494
8,660
6,669
1.15
-
16
63
76
OT5
834
441
576
225
110
14
98
318
1,212
1,296
456
364
24
27
10
200
972
1,278
696
235
78
14
16
0.27
0.47
0.70
0.93
1.13
1.33
1.57
1.76
1.68
2.06
2.40
2.40
2.60
25,139
Waterside %rd
1
2
3
4
6
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15 and over
Total
) No.
private
)
households ) %
~1
~
~
"
~
~
—
~
~
—
_
"
—
~
..—
1
—
~
-1
—
-
z
"
~
-1
—
-
--1
-1
—
^
214
543
661
408
394
230
136
87
46
26
12
9
2
—
1
38
135
466
1,105
697
236
64
28
2,758
1.4
4,9
16.6
40.1
25.3
8.5
2,3
1,0
.
Private households at
successive d e n s i t i e s
^
•
•
Population in
private households
95
343 1,731
4,410
3,034
046
Rooms occupied
38
270
1.365
4,420
3.488
1<»494
.237
7.8
19,7
20,3
18.1
14.3
8,3
4.9
3,2
1.7
0.9
0.4
0.3
0.1
0,0
0.0
214
1,086
1,683
1,992
1,970
1,380
952
606
414
250
132
108
26
—
15
806
2,331
2,400
2,144
1,743
1,034
608
395
220
120
55
46
10
—
4
114
'
•
_
16
_-
12
-_
12
_
-
10
„
_
3.75
.
lOO.O
.
m::> SUB
24
8
66
12
133
80
162
120
132
84
26
10,918
• _ '_^
11,914
106
434
867
1,351
861
2,728
3,630
3,499
'__^
^
^
0.92
•
18
CENSUS
TABLE 8 - Private Households
OF N O R T H E R N Y T R E L AN D
19 61
A d m i n i s t r a t i v e Areas
A v a i l a b i l i t y of Household Arrangements
by Tenure and Type o f Accompitodation
jr^tf.*- For dexinltioilii, see Part J
Number of households with
Total
households
All arraa^smenta
Cold Kat«r tap
NO
m«nts
sole
use
Shared
26,308
100.0
10,690
40.8
54
0.2
36,043
206
10,654
23
42
16
59
13
12
25,5S4
784
10,235
455
iz.are
6,B88
514
6,1&1
637
sole
use
Hot water tsp
Fixed bath
Sole filiared Jlone
use
Sbared
None
sole Shared Kone
use
Hater closet
Kitchen sirut
cooitlng stove
or range
Shared
Sole Shared 1None
use
sole Shar-ed None
use
use
Mone
LcHidQrtdeny County
All houseliolds
^No.
(5«
X household per dwelling
2 liouseholds per dwelling
3 or more tiouseholds per
dwelLiag
Households In b u i l d i n g s Wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Not wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Households In accomraodatlonOwner occupied
Rented rrom l o c a l or putillc
authorities
Rented from other landlords
Furnl shed
Unfurnished
Occupied m some other way
Households oceupylngDwelllng houses
Flats
Farmhouses
Other types of dwellings
2,917
11.1
16,259
S1.8
146
0.6
9,903
37.6
12,022
46.7
62
0.3
14,203
64.0
U*zi£ l i e
42.6
0.5
±4,975 14,549
56.9
65.3
189
0,7
11,670 16,864
44.0
64.0
0.6
9,329
35>6
22,306
64.8
U7
0.4
3,885
14.8
S,BB5
16,164
63
22
106
9,867
37
U,952
41
5
62
14,085
96
11,174
zr
ID
78
14,859 14,484
101
39
33 . 11,618 16,761
61
121
46
5
102
9,277
43
22,191
81
6
96
3,847
29
e
^
19
8
SS
15
22
14
30
ZZ
18
8
34
16
9
61
3
2,898
19
15,666
704
133
13
9,836
67
ll,47f
546
68
14
L3,^978
226
10,736
480
102
16
4,738
15
1,669
7,i76
29
4,874
6,622
22
6,534
4,927
28
7,123
4,3B0
6
131
5,492
13
1,383
4,644
7
2,237
4,628
7
2,253
26S
986
314
18
13
2
26
1,016
71
366
2,821
406
33
64
7
116
3,306
2lffi
292
1,223
342
30
18
5
192
4,960
290
266
1,070
324
46
31
7
203
6,090
306
330
2,739
377
20,114
408
5,360
396
9,034
353
1,319
4
48
1,843
4
1,011
69
13,203
398
2.609
149
IDl
2
9
34
6,810
8,8ac
2,672
213
383
1,726
32
73
1
8
1D,W1
24
3,664
364
9,452
366
1,386
9
106
3
9
3,006
100.0
1,980
65.8
6
0.2
2,824
93,9
28
1.0
153
5.1
2, ISO
72.6
23
0.8
803
26.7
2,015
28
0.9
963
32.0
2,848
88,1
39
1.3
19
0.6
2,965
30
1,975
5
6
2,809
13
3
17
163
2,170
9
1
12
3
14
962
11
2,938
11
6
19
19
11
-
9
2
9
-
1
10
-
-
11
-
11
2,854
152
1,894
86
13
3
2,684
140
IB
11
162
1
2,077
103
14
.9
763
40
1,928
89
20
6
908
55
2,811
138
24
14
1,044
778
6
1
1,014
10
20
851
7
186
793
7
244
1,029
10
972
874
-
£
d34
-
38
685
-
87
972
-
66
862
62
41
7
3
*
—
4
"
-
47
296
53
10
6
1
9
662
8
41
246
51
11
9
1
14
608
10
53
836
59
13
13
2
152
-1
2,009
167
3
1
22
1
794
8
1,864
169
2
25
3 .
846 2,776
14
170
1
3
2
32
6
_
-6
~
e
15
IB
25
14,687 13,883
288
666
166
24
11,476 16,166
94
698
115
10
8,263
76
21,585
721
109
8
3,830
65
5,864
41
6,073 7,362
28
4,688
10,067
30
1.961
5,149
11
1,728
5,809
8
971
6,457
10
421
64
74
9
140
S.^B
251
379
2,782
422
33
50
6
102
3,369
209
441
4,796
646
34
39
4
39
1,367
87
7,567 13,677
7
4O0
3,744 2,681
252
196
78
1
12
34
6,369
7
2,797
166
17,383
366
4,266
301
81
1
11
24
2,660
41
1,123
71
2,751
91.5
23
0.8
232
7.7
2,850
94.8
21
0.7
136
4.6
2,736
13
1
13
226
4
2,833
16
1
11
131
4
2
9
Z
9
-
2,613
138
15
8
226
6
2,707
143
15
6
132
^ .3
e
34
1,008
6
£7
3
SETif
—
IB
55
770
69
9
3
1
2
89
2
-1
2,678
188
3
1
20
1
127
7
161
14.3
942
88.8
4
0.4
113
10,7
160
1
934
13
4
-
IIJS
1
-
-
4
Ill
2
10,666 12,409
136
37
396
6
3,995 1,637
9
387
108 . 36
~
8
1)35
Coleraine Municipal Borou^
All households
(Ko„
[%
1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 or more households per
dwelling
Households In b u l l d i n g s Wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Not wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Households In accommodationOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public
authorities
Rented from other landlords
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied in some other way
Households occupylngDwelllng houses
Flats
Farmhouses
Other types of dwellings
zsr
60
2,825
176
3
2
1,826
152
2
1,059
100.0
606
57.4
1,036
18
599
5
~
1J6
0.6
_7
5
~
-
970
_
56
726
60
11
6
2
131
ef^i
794 ' 2,010
9
6
~
16
4
--
1
2,646
174
3
1
2
0.2
11
1.0
941
86.9
9
0,8
109
10.3
696
66.7
8
0.8
366
33.6
659
62,2
12
1.2
388
36.6
963
90,9
14
1,3
u
923
13
4
6
109
663
9
1
6
362
3
650
6
2
9
584
4
962
6
12
5
-
858
83
9
fff
2
•
-
~
~
-1
~ ~
~
."
18
"
5
1,002
—
13
969
•
—
~
55
664
61
10
4
1
1
194
22
1
231
2
2,OT2
175
3
1
82
7.8
904
85.3
4
0.4
82
Bee
1
17
•
»
_
*
~
-1
limavady Urban District
All households
(No.
%
(
1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 or more households per
dwelling
5
Households in b u i l d i n g s Uholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Not wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Households in accommodationOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public
authorities
Rented from o t h e r landlords
Furnished
unfurnished
Occupied In some other way
Households occupylngCwelllng houses
Flats
Farmhouses
OQier types of dwellings
4
975
84
661
67
237
163
388
332
44
361
29
28
61
24
872
73
1
13
566
42
-
_2
-
2
ll""
-
-
"
-
&
"
13
4
1
-
4
1
-
6
-
108
1
630
66
6
3
340
16
602
67
8
4
365
23
886
77
8
5
80
2
826
79
~
4
5
-
-
5
4
148
.. 6
660
82
~
"
229
1
7
182
1
64
170
2
66
222
3
12
221
1
15
223
1
13
1
383
-
5
S71
-
17
369
-
19
382
-
6
378
-
10
343
-
46
36
263
28
4
4
2
94
1
32
86
26
6
1
6
274
4
28
67
25
8
2
8
292
4
•^300
9
2
5
69
37
240
28
3
^
_
-
30
10
4
121
1
41
307
28
a
11
654
73
1
13
109
Slfi
70
1
9
348
5
588
68
1
12
161
885
45
2
"
_
'
9
"
-
~
6
'
-4
~
/
-.
-
•
29
"
14
13
-
888
73
1
1
^1
4
"
-
~
12
817
73
1
13
70
~
4
—
-
3
-
"
54
1
4
12
-
-
83
28
1
1
-J.
P o r t s t e w a r t Urban D i s t r i c t
All households
(No.
(^
1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 or more households per
dwelling
Households In b u i l d l n g s Wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Not wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Households in accommodationOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public
authorities
Rented from other l a n d l o r d s
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied in some other way
Households occupylngDmlllne houses
Flats
Farmhouses
Other types of dwellings
1,147
100.0
985
85.8
1,124
4
981
19
4
-
5
0.4
_2
3
1,121
26
861
24
612
pre
156
133
-
110
252
17
85
176
16
4
1
1,081
49
7
838
48
3
~
~
_
6
~
5
-_
•
0.0
i,iarr
89.2
- 1,118
-. 2
•
6
0.4
5
0.4
1,032
90.0
6
0.5
108
9,6
996
96.8
18
1,6
133
11.6
1,121
87.7
18
1.6
8
0.7
1,135
99.0
5
0.4
7
0.6
1,127
98.3
7
0.6
13
1.1
-2
5
1,D1B
2
-2
106
/ 992
..4
132
1,U5
1
4
8
1,U7
2
-2
7
1,11.1
-4
13
4
lA
1
16
3
xoe
972
24
18
1
19
BJ9
610
134
-
33
22
22
164
14
.63
1
86
182
16
12
13
64
1
87
243
17
13
6
106
2
1
846
46
4
18
127
3
.3
1,067
49
.^6
18
16
3
~
_
1,111
26
6
6
-"
6U
•^
.
164
106
248
17
- 1,08249
_6
~ .
•
~
U
4
1,007
26
6
".
"
-
1
683
2
134
-2
~
92/
18^
4
2
M
*
4...
878
47
6
4.
1
*
5
-"
~
/ •
^
•
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"
-/
/-/'
6
--
- .'
4/
/
^,
^
"
"
9
"
--
~
6
13
. 131 1,095
2
26
19
~
"
8
1,108
26
"
"
"
2
610
2
154
-4
"
105
249
17
"
"
-
6
~2
1,080
49
6
~
~
~
16
3
7
1,101
26
7
13
~
-
2
608
162
"
~
3
2
4
1
1
2
105
244
17
6 --
~6
5
"
"
5
6
"
-
~
1
•
1,071
49
7
.2
7
—
~
4
13
"
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•
COUNTY
AND COUNTY BOROUGH OF LONDONDERRY
19
TABLE 8 - Private Households : Availability of Household Arrangements
by Tenure and Type of Accommodation - continued
Administrative Areas
Number or households with
Total
households
All a r r a n g e ments
Cold water tap
NO
airangements
Shared
sole
use
sole
use
Shared
Fixed bath
Hot water tap.
Water c l o s e t
Cooking stove
Kitchen sink
Shared
None
Sole
use
Shared
None
Sole
use
Shared
None
sole
use
Shared
1,606
33.3
9
0.2
3,206
66.5
1,997
41.4
18
0.4
2,806
58.2
2,744
56.9
7
0.1
2,072
43.0
3,984
82.6
6
0.1
3,062
4
1,308
1
8
3,202
4
1,996
1
9
9
2,806
2
2,740
4
i
6
2,070
2
3,980
4
_6
831
2
7
2,060
12
3,873
111
6
822
11
None
Sole
use
Shared
None
sole
use
2,401
49.8
1,7^
86.4
8
0.2
3,056
63.4
2,399/ 1,766
1
.6
1
7
None
Coleraine ftiral D i s t r i c t
All houseiholcls
(No.
%
(
1 household per dwelling
2 households p e r dwelling
3 or more households per
dwelling
Households In b u l l d l n g s Wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Not wholiy r e s i d e n t i a l
Households I n accommodationOraier occupied
Rented rrom l o c a l or public
authorlties
Rented from o t h e r l a n d l o r d s
Furnished
uaCumlstwd
Occupied In some other way
Households oocupylngDwelling houses
Flats
Farmhouses
!
Other types of dwellings
4»823
100.0
1,604
31.2
4
0.1
630
13.1
2,400
49.9
13
0.3
4,811
18
1,504
-4
630
2,406
4
7
6
4,701
122
1,431
73
4
688
2
2,299
110
13
2,295
858
1
299
1,368
1,280
469
-
53
662
108
999
141
33
86
2
1
ee
-
ID
246
22
3,401
32
1,260
100
1,061
29
414
•
-
~
-
-
4
Asn
~
180
23
-
/2,389
-
12
1,674
66
6
2
3,021
35
1,528
80
7
2
3,166
40
1,895
102
15
3
/z
925
1,034
2
1,259
905
3
1,387
1,076
3
3
625
498
-
782
494
-
786
694
60
254
8&'
3
4
1
56
741
66
36
116
76
6
1
67
862
66
34
104
71
5
i
69
894
7Q
43
204
80
1.6,57
/32
^XZ
13
1,731
1,191
2,202
1,137
30
440
1
9
755
99
-
2,255
2
850
99
.'•
8
1
-.'
/
~
-
8
^ ~
678
92
535
1
-
~
•
2,761 2,634
17
liO
-
-
833
17.3
1,216
1,395
2
896
1,923
1
^1
686
609
-
371
1,155
1
124
5
6
1
60
786
60
58
290
62
3
Z
47
TOT
46
91
702
113
3
i
14
296
28
1,466
32
606
4
17
1,929
1,442
557
72
2,798
31
1,085
74
6
-
1
1,962
32
733
27
7
784
95
_
-
~
_
-
596
1
207
26
Umavady R i r a l D i s t r i c t
All households
{No.
{%
1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 or more households per
dwelling
Households In b u l l d l n g s Wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
.Not wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Households In: accommodationOwner occupied
Rented from, l o c a l or public
authorities
Rented rrom other l a n d l o r d s
Funjlshed
Unfurnished
Occupied in some other way
Households occupylngDfielling houses
Flats
Farmhouses
Other types or dwellings
676
04.9
1,990
51.7
16
0.4
1.847
47.9
1,348
36.0
8
0.2
2,487
64.8
1,246
32.3
10
0.3
2,697
67.4
1,588
41.2
15
0.4
2,250
58.4
2,068
53.4
16
0.4
1,776
46.2
3,153
81,8
15
0.4
686
17.8
674
1
1,982
5
3
13
1,843
4
1,340
5
-8
2,466
9
1,240
4
-9
2,588
9
1,682
4
5
9
2,241
9
2,052
3
3
13
1,773
6
3,142
8
3
12
683
2
-
-
3
-
-
2
1
2
1
-
3
-
-
3
-
-
14
2
1,832
15
1,313
35
8
2,466
42
1,213
33
10
2,653
44
1,533
K
15
2,228
22
1,998
60
14
2
1,764
16
3,087
66
13
2
676
9
6
861
636
4
1,066
462
4
1,161
581
6
1,040
804
7
816
1,302
7
318
916
1
267
650
-
533
647
-
536
737
3
443
952
1
230
1,103
1
76
5
235
9
42
208
56
2
5
2
26
666
36
30
92
41
1
X
38
788
60
27
76
35
2
1
3
40
806
55
33
188
49
2
1
3
34
692
41
48
202
52
3
2
3
18
677
38
60
608
80
2
2
3
7
271
10
6
387
1,296
1,846
1
689
61
1,256
6
324
3
1,540
1,259
491
29
-
2.316
4
782
51
10
647
63
1,540
5
476
37
10
-
966
4
282
B
13
606
45
1,801
1
643
62
8
-
1,Q02
4
328
14
6
176
12
1,500
5
464
21
13
-2
~
483
1
166
16
17
0.4
422
8.9
2,902
61.3
69
1.5
1,769
37.2
2,168
46.9
26
0.6
2,537
53,6
2,129
45.0
K
0.7
2,566
54.3
2,649
63.9
77
1.6
2,104
44.6
3,061
64,5
68
1.4
1,611
34.1
4,089
86.6
67
1.2
584
12.3
-
405
13
2,874
22
2
61
1,728
25
2,147
16
25
-
2,467
65
2,116
11
2
30
2,487
67
2,633
13
2
66
2,069
29
3,023
22
62
1,681
24
4,045
37
63
-
559
18
3,653
100.0
1,206
31.3
.6
0.2
3,828
22
1,203
1
3
2
-
-
3
3,776
77
1,177
26
8
670
5
1,930
60
1.627
438
4
288
770
1,183
640
-
38
69
881
93
26
68
34
1
1
2
2,909
5
973
66
930
4
271
1
4,730
100.0
1,966
41.3
4,804
1,942
10
17
_8
~
-3
"
z
-2
~
~
"
2
'
—
~
-2
"
_
-6
"
-5
~
Londonderry Rural D i s t r i c t
All households
(No.
%
(
1 household per dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 or more households per
dweljLlng
Households in b u i l d l n g s Wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Not wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Households In accommodationOwner occupied
, Rented rrom l o c a l o r public
authorities
Rented rrom other landlords
Furnished
unrumished
Occupied In some other way
Households occupyingDwelling houses
Plats
Farmhouses
Other types of dwellings
loe
18
3
-
4
6
6
6
3
4,673
67
1,927
26
17
421
1
2,866
47
69
1,749
10
2,130
38
26
1,843
836
4
148
1,166
9
676
950
1,436
894
4
12
1,249
7
182
67
1,250
132
38
144
43
2
7
3
247
14
9
42
2
3,838
65
646
178
1,700
57
166
3
13
7,690
100.0
2,452
31.9
7,675
12
2,450
2
-
-
49387
61
•*
15
3
3
12
3
9
6
6
6
6
7
4
7
2,618
19
2,096
31
33
2
2,542
24
2,606
40
75
2
2,089
15
3,003
48
68
1,602
9
4,0OT
52
57
679
5
7
886
876
11
65S
1,006
14
823
1,210
10
623
1,652
11
180
971
5
462
1,014
5
419
1,168
6
264
1,327
5
106
1,,338
5
97
9
621
69
42
180
46
4
7
2
21
1,083
,85
40
166
44
6
11
2
21
1,084
86
41
283
51
12
43
2
14
624
76
60
368
66
10
41
2
7
811
64
53
932
116
11
30
3
288
16
1,862
69
241
6
19
1,967
6
402
172
1,869
67
200
3
26
1,940 2,166
8
60
443
238
175
66
37
2,561
60
317
113
28
1,249 3,312
5
63
326
676
31
138
29
34
1,646
5
405
48
24
497
2
69
16
2
0.0
5,477
45.2
6,161
80.1
7
0.1
1,622
19.8
_2
3,468
6
6,156
4
1
6
1,618
2
" ~
3
1
3,448
26
5,620
241
7
~
'
343
2
66
11
2,437
60
303
102
29
34
l,ffi'2
6
340
42
2
0.0
1,274
18.6
4,066
52.7
6
0.1
3,629
47,2
2,840
36.9
4
0.1
4,846
63.0
6
2,662
• 33.3 0 . 1
6,122
66.6
3,382
44.0
9
0.1
4,266
55.6
4,211
54.6
-2
1,270
2
4,052
4
3
2
3.620
6
2,836
4
2
2
4,837
6
2,559
2
2
4
6,114
6
3,378
4
6
2
4,261
6
4,g07
4
3
1
1
2
4,773
73
2,396
166
9
4,261
38
-4
-
-6
_
6"
6~
-6
•*
-6
34
~
~
-4
M a ^ r a f e l t Hiral D i s t r i c t
All households
{No.
%
(
1 household p e r dwelling
2 households per dwelling
3 or more households per
dwelling
Households in b u i l d l n g s tSiolly r e s i d e n t i a l
Not Wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Households In accommodationOwner occupied
Rented rrom l o c a l or public
authorities
Rented from other l a n d l o r d s
Furnished
Unfurnished
Occupied In some ottier way
Households occupyingDwelling houses
Flats
Farmhouses
Other types or dwellings
3
~
~
7,424
266
2,294
166
4,420
1,089
-
1.471
1,058
2
60
1,586
163
11
21B
79
5,178
8
2,467
37
2,016
3
434
~
2
~
-~
2
--> .
"
2
_
1,283
11
3,818
226
936
2,02rr
27 • 1,169
10
276
26
671
2
689
12
28
736
99
3,087
5
1,020
4
~
5
3
~ "
3,601
28
2,647
193
1
2.392
1,377
1
3,042
1,142
2
300
1,086
2
363
1,086
-2
~
24
849
64
13
277
87
-1
"
37
1,308
76
2,146
3
1,447
33
2.221
4
614
1
4
2.963
4
1,653
36
~
6
-~
4
"
-"
~
6
2
"
3,154
228
1
3,277
1,440
5
2,975
2,120
-
2,300
3,346
2
2
384
1,142
2
327
1,220
2
249
1,411
3
67
11
242
62
1
1
1
36
1,343
80
23
686
92
-1
27
600
70
26
736
106
'-
24
847
57
36
i,232
133
1
1
13
353
30
2.102
3
ABT
5
3,071
5
2,009
37
2,812
6
560
4
2,359
2
1,606
3£
3,155
6
1,045
6
2.021
2
1,422
32
4,326
8
1,805
26
6
-1
648
2
660
12
-1
" '
-
1
7
1
2
2
5,022
100
~
3,674
237
"
"
2
--
"
-2
1,497
26
1,069
20
CEN SU S
0 F N0RTH ERW I R E L A^ND
If 61
TABLE 8 * Private Househoids ; Availability of Household Arrangements
by Tenure end Type o£ Accommodation - continued
Administrative Area*
NuBbw oj heuBBjioias-wita
All arTflnssments
Total
houaelioiaa
Hot water tap
CoXd iwater tan
NO
sole
use
Fixed ha til
Shared
None
sole
use
ffliared
566
4.^
807
8.6
6,485
64.6
176
l.B
5,203
43.9
6,ceo . 333,
5i.3
2.8
34«
660
94
6,230
131
3
104
4,374
465
5,941
76
7
170
2lO
63
122
89
566
84
166
788 6,ljy8
21
387
152
24
4,884
519
5,786
£94
264
69
las
2,369
41
1,499
2,179
31
3,004
i
196
2,986
144
32^
S
12
629
9
160
035
96
86
45
3
212
5,223
73
10,202
281
4
2
586
1
808
8,209
«72
1
1
176
2,918
92.4
17i
6.4
1,876
59.3
71
2.3
Sole
use
Siarea
jneuts"
11,86£
100.0
6,639
49,2
ae
0.7
16
0.2
10,48©
86,4
iO,607
698
5,732
65
1
59
14
3
9.959
256
557
52
22
1
294
11,162
710
5,671
268
75
7
17
1
9,872
617
494
72
3,909
^,061
25
3
3,693
90
3,801
^,961
1
-
3,167
3
476
4,105
171
99
631
87
35
19
2
1
14
322
3,160
157
11,573
282
4
3
6,567
271
1
82
17
-1
4
0.1
None Sole
use
Water c l o s e t
Kitchen ainit
Cooking stove
or r«ise
sole Shared None
use
anareci
None
sole
use
Shared
None
6,449 10,755
90.7
46.9
988
8.3
119
1.0
9,934
83.7
391
3.3
1,537
13.0
10,886
90.1
305
2.6
871
7.3
4,659 10,475
463
144
as
Mone
filiared
sole
use
Uffidonderry Gpunty Bbrouf^
All households
{No.
[%
1 household per dwelling
Z households per dwelling
3 or more households per
awelllng
Households in b u l l d l n g s Vttioliy r e s i d e n t i a l
Hot wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Households In acconanodatlonOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public
autnorjtles
Rented rrom other l a n d l o r d s
V"\imlshed
Unfurnished
Occupied in some otiier way
Households occupylngDwelllng houses
Flats
Farraliouses
Otlier types of dwellings
1
~_
-
~
&
"
"
-1
-
1_
646
106
8
9,424
241
4
268
1,179
189
10,018
380
5
S42
584
138
136
416
5
289
119
169
348
58
151
5,102 10,237
51B
547
605
1B3
110
9
9,549
686
343
48
1,460
77
10,058
628
293
12
801
70
69
1,661
3,740
135
34
3,570
76
263
3,679
67
163
2
213
3,194
2
5
5,146
3
53
3,149
2
50
114
709
92
180
77
5
184
3,517
74
193
3,469
159
278
663
10
7
71
2
307
2,762
118
190
4
53
1,161
17
342
3,38S
154
89
142
5
47
599
12
6,188 6,606
EfTS
UO
3
1
2
353
6,454 10,472 ' 984
9
280
1
3
1
3
3
2
117
1
9,648
260
4
2
390
1
1,635
i
306
869
1
-
-1
10,399
281
4
2
S3 2,853
0.7
80.6
66
2.1
357
"
-1
leo
-
-1
North V/&rd
All households
(No.
{%
1 household per dwelling
g houseliolds per dwelling
3 or more houseliolds per
dwelling
Households In b u l l d i n g s Vftioliy r e s i d e n t i a l
Not wliolly r e s i d e n t i a l
Households in accommodationOwner occupied
Rented Iron) l o c a l or public
authorities
Rented from other landlords
Furoisned
Unfurnished
Occup.ted In some other way
Households occupyingDvjelllng houses
Flats
Farmhouses
Other types of dwellings
3,161
100.0
1,648
52.1
27
0.9
1,270
40.2
2,795
88.4
120
3.8
038
6.6
s,eis
11
lU
17
4
2,528
107
2
62
US
23
a, 586
1S2
2
198
66
69
SO 2,682
5
281
94
S8
1,180
445
343
10,9
92.1
as
234
26
73
185
23
2,648
266
61
5
154
29
16
19
1,171
14
30
1
1
442
X,!^
61
2
27
924
94
1,646
38
1
55
1,000
91
218
103
12
95
42
196
61
105
179
110
221
2,657
262
134
W
70 1,715
1
161
54
17
i,098
122
1,600
134
108.
49
1,163
117
2,697
158
244
99
i.i»l
18
6
918
14
283
868
28
319
1,176
36
446
1
1
428
-
19
423
-
24
446
1
1
3
i.
166
1,038
80
66
97
2
61
1
104
368
58
41
15
1
77
813
22
63
322
68
90
38
1
69
' 836
22
• 93
1,003
78
126
179
Z
3
14
1
154
975
79
43
60
26
161
2
171
1,049
79
4
2,880
38
170
1
71
1,843
33
71
i,acf3'
6
1,700
54
Iffif
1,264
5
2,756
58
342
1
S3
2,795
37
119
1
207
1
2,873
38
1
X
Z
41
10
*
2,861
300
1,531
117
23
4
4
1,216
827
8
'•
447
421
-.
-»
822
1,196
81
66
289
66
10
9
3,121
38
i,616
32
27
z
-
"
1
-^
-
-
-
1
"
6
~
~
183
6.8
X
39 •
55
4
333
~
xm
B.O
6
63
1
16
1
1,734
54.8
2,686
116
1,679
28
~
1,214
36.4
2,818
67
2,646
182
*
71
2.e
1
~
S8
24
'
66
~
21
S
23
123
2
182
1
1
South Ward
All hou&eli6lds
6,049
64.9
^,862
48.2
(No.
27i3
4.6
622
10.5
4,937
70
1 housenold per dwelling
2 houseliolds per dwelling
3 or more households per
dwelling
Households in b u i l d i n g s *
Wholly r e s i d e n t i a l
Not inaioliy r e s i d e n t i a l
^,769
93
Households In accommodationOwner occupied
Rented from l o c a l or p u b l i c
authorities
Rented from other landlords
Funilshed
Unfurnished
Occupied in some other way
Konseholds occupylngDwelllng houses
Flats
Farmhouses
Other types of dwellings
3,111
62.4
65
0.^
2,777
46.7
2,939
49.4
76
1.3
2,928
49.3
5,422
91.2
46p
7.6
71
1.2
4,677
78.7
179
3.0
1,067
18.3
6,259
88.6
170
2.9
514
8,6
3,084
29
39
2,382
272
2,917
12
47
2,529
S81
6,372
37
6
302
68
1
4,570
70
138
876
132
5,080
112
1
140
366
88
18
16
123
10
29
118
13
142
2
37
41
79
67
29
61
2,977
134
56
2,643
134
2,840
99
66
10
2,789
159
5,203
219
406
46
67
4
4,452
225
171
8
1,052
36
5,020
239
167
3
488
26
1,580
1,439
50
819
15
746
726
17
837
1.495
QZ
25
1.366
59
176
1,469
35
76
2,083
2,060
1
1,947
1
136
1,941
1
141
2,079
1
3
2,041
1
41
2,054
i
28
126
2,101
15
214
12
70
1,430
50
168
31
289
15
18
21
79
1,781
36
21
238
15
37
20
1
70^ / .44
1,843 i , 7 6 8
37: '
46
82
301
4
2
42
1
64
1,171
36
43
96
1
21
636
14
73
1,622
41
36
94
Z
17
386
8
5,707
235
^,626
234
4,814
zrz
2,877
234
55
2,775
1
2,706
234
76
g,9,JS6 5,188
254
/ 1
450
69
1
4.442
236
179
1,086
6,024
236
170
513
-
-
1
-. •
f
X
*
"
•
1
~
"
1
1_ ^
1
Waterside Ward
All households
1 houseUold per dwelling
2 housetiolds per dwelling
5 or more households per
dwelling
(No,
(^
Households in b u l l d l n g s Viiolly r e s i d e n t i a l
Not wnolly r e s i d e n t i a l
Households in accommodationOmier occupied
Rented from l o c a l or public
antliorities
Rented frotti oUter landlords
Furnished
unfurnished
Occupied in some other way
ttQusehoV'ia oe^Ms:/lngr
Dwelling houses
Flats
Faxinhouses
Other types or dwellings
1,212' 1,407
61,0
43.9
2,756 . 1,329
100,0
48.2
29
1.1
6
0.2
2,521
91.4
114
4.1
1,498
64.5
60
1.8
1,307
17
28
-
4
1
2,416
71
97
12
1.446
41
1
38
1,068
97
1
1
34
5
9
11
47
1,271
68
26
5
6
1
2,407
114
1D9
5
1,424
72
43
7
1,114
64-1
9
1
1,063
29
632
1£
671
61£
-
8
629
-
128
806
39
m
15
6
2
'6
'
662
67
673
36
2
74
1
46
168
22
.«7.;
9 .•
29
6
2,508
8
4
1
114
1,489,
.6
1
1
2,515
176
67
2,818
142
2,746
8
4
1
&
128
20
1,323
6
1
"
-
1
~
/z
50
~
x,sr9
ii6o
!
1
1,251
46.4
S,538
92.0
196
7.1
26
0.9
2,424
87.8
92
5.3
242
8,8
2,515
91.2
60
2.6
174
6.3
21
2,326
64
2
78
1B7
M
2,382
66
3
65
130
Sf7
54
12
21
47
3
17
z
2,315
109
76
14
223
19
2,392
123
65
4
159
15
1,026
67
26/
6
70
1,1^
81
2,465
40
9
133
a
24
40
13
63
1,140 l',346
61
83 .
90
10
1,160 2,437
71
101
166
39
• 4^0
565
24
• 605 1,070
36
6
68
1,030
18
42
822
1
48
669
-
2
11
655
1
17
56
629
16
30
149
21
53
19
3
46
638
16
56
706
35
70
83
4
2
16
7
165
1
98
691
54
23
24
3
7
91
Z
1,206
3
3
1,401
5
1
100
1,244
3
3
1
2,628
8
192
26
242
2,502
8
4
1
69
174
-
-
• •
1
1
3
3 1
! •
'
25 i
-
TABLE 9 - Private Households
Households and Persons therein by Tenure of Accommodation, Efooms occupied
and Socio-Economic Group of Head of Household
Note:-
1-3
rooms
4-5
rooms
the socio-economic groups. see P a r t I
Rented from l o c a l
or public autborlty
Owner o c c u p i e d
Socio-economic group
For d e f i n i t i o n s of
6
o r more
rooms
1-3
rooms
County : County Borough
Rented from o t h e r
landlords
4-5
rooms
6
o r more
rooms
1-3
rooms
4-5
rooms
Occupied i n some
o t i i e r way
6
o r more
rooms
1-3
rooms
4-5
rooms
Total
6
o r more
rooms
1-3
rooms
4-5
rooms
6
o r more
rooms
Londonderry County
1
Employers and m a n a g e r s large establishments
{Households
(Persons
2
3
114
401
230
867
4
9
66
258
30
121
6
17
37
130
62
242
2
9
8
21
40
137
14
38
225
810
362
1^367
2
Employers and m a n a g e r s small establishments
{Households
{Persons
32
86
284
1.136
445
1,953
4
13
94
424
3
16
21
83
84
302
71
286
3
10
6
25
8
25
60
192
468
1.887
527
2.280
3
Professional workerss e l f employed
{Households
{Persons
-
14
45
120
497
1
1
4
18
-
1
1
4
13
1
2
7
19
114
363
3
4
29
93
251
932
4
Professional workersemployees
{Households
(Persons
2
3
60
203
70
285
40
142
24
90
6
IZ
24
73
32
109
1
3
1
5
9
17
125
4«1
127
489
5
I n t e r m e d i a t e non-Htnaanal
workers
(Households
(Persons
9
14
152
424
148
457
11
15
131
501
73
319
27
57
85
256
53
159
4
10
15 55
6
20
51
96
383
1.236
280
955
6
J u n i o r non-manual w o i k e r s
(Households
(Persons
40
102
235
824
141
490
35
118
349
1.505
81
324
71
226
207
735
90
324
10
34
21
69
27
156
480
812
3.133
319
1.165
~ . 17
"72
7
Personal s e r v i c e workers
(Households
(Persons
21
29
35
99
14
48
22
56
76 •
280
13
84
83
173
84
268
11
37
6
13
1
1
2
9
132
271
196
648
40
178
8
Foremen and s u p e r v i s o r s manual
(Households
(Persons
19
55
66
£63
26
124
11
35
156
690
18
-89
24
95
61
242
20
95
3
8
5
27
1
5
57
193
288
1,222
65
313
9
S k i l l e d manual w o r k e r s
{Households
(Persons
122
430
390
1,754
130
624
122
444
1.168
5,688
95
526
329
1,346
520
2.219
92
422
21
79
27
129
6
28
594
2.299
2,105
9,790
323
1.600
ID
S e m i - s k i l l e d manual w o r k e r s
(Households
(Persons
126
478
210
806
77
323
94
325
707
3,520
45
246
261
988
332
1.383
39
172
11
35
20
91
5
26
492
1.826
1.269
5,800
166
767
11
U n s k i l l e d manual w o r k e r s
(Households
{Persons
253
1,071
260
1.266
56
295
-133
557
1,000
5,544
69
426
OT5
2,528
415
1.964
42
247
37
156
10
43
3
18
996
4,312
1,685
8.817
170
986
i£
Own a c c o u n t w o r k e r s ( o t j i e r
tlian p r o f e s s i o n a l )
(Households
(Persons
86
285
294
1,087
271
1,136
26
87
135
719
15
86
124
409\
169
660
63
263
2
9
11
50
8
29
238
790
609
2.516
357
1,514
13
Farmers-empioyers
and managers
(Households
(Persons
80
350
3401,421
836
3,857
1
6
8
41
-
15
57
11
34
22
106
1
6
9
25
7
30
97
419
368
1,521
865
3,993
14
Parmers-own a c c o u n t
(Households
(Persons
1,339
4,232
1,666
7,340
1,320
6,160
19
66
46
190
3
14
77
266
67
244
36
136
12
33
14
45
10
33
1.447
4,597
1.793
7,S19
1,369
6,343
15
Agricultural
{Households
(Persons
198
736
130
657
24
153
120
486
578
3,090
25
133
688
2.684
290
1,541
43
232
33
140
27
143
8
40
1.039
4,046
1.025
5,431
100
558
16
Members ot armed
(Households
(Persons
28
80
8
20
9
24
1
3
269
1,153
88
346
39
103
82
274
51
182
1
2
-
-
69
1S8
379
1.447
148
552
Indefinite
{Households
{Persons
7
22
6
24
2
6
3
11
10
43
1
5
13
55
5
21
2
11
1
1
-
_
24
89
21
88
5
22
Not a p p l i c a b l e
(Households
(Persons
421
1.049
654
1,931
456
1.384
149
404
654
2,513
38
154
520
1,445
477
1.521
125
392
35
79
32
78
13
35
1,125
2.977
1,817
6.043
632
1,965
(Households
(Persons
2,785
9,025
4.918
19,701
4,375
18,683
756
2,636
5,511
26,317
621
2.979
2,880
10,545
2,954
11,880
871
3.487
184
628
214
824
239
830
6.605
22,834
13,597
58.722
6.106
25.979
workers
forces
Total
.
County : County Borough
TABLE 9 - Private Households : Households and Persons therein by Tenure of Accommodation, Rooms occupied
and Socio-Economic Group of Head of Household - continued
Rented from o t h e r
landlords
R e n t e d from l o c a l
or public authority
Owner o c c u p i e d
Occupied i n some
o t h e r way
Total
s o c i o - e c o n o m i c group
1 1-3
i rooms
Londonderry County
4-5
rooms
6
o r more
rooms
1-3
rooms
4-5
rooms
6
o r more
rooms
1-3
rooms
4-5
rooms
6
o r more
rooms
1-3
rooms
4-5
rooms
6
o r more
rooms
1-3
rooms
4-5
rooms
6
o r more
rooms
Baroug^
i
Employers and m a n a g e r s large establislunents
(Households
{Persons
2
9
80
305
100
399
18
66
32
181
3
15
15
34
32
116
32
117
-
1
2
9
35
35
109
145
604
144
566
2
ESiployers and m a n a g e r s s m a l l e s t a b l i aliments
(Households
(Persons
12
51
181
816
195
959
10
43
44
282
5
33
14
34
69
261
44
177
3
9
2
6
1
6
39
137
296
1»365
245
1,175
3
Professional workerss e l f employed
(Households
(Persons
_
12
44
37
167
-
-
1
2
1
2
8
25
-
-
19
76
1
2
13
46
64
268
4
Professional workersemployees
(Households
(Persons
1
3
15
53
30
122
2
8
3
9
3
8
6
11
17
43
16
68
-
3
11
2
7
9
22
38
116
SI
205
5
I n t e r m e d i a t e non-manual
workers
(Households
(Persons
3
7
106
272
108
394
21
66
71
353
5
28
39
80
71
253
42
159
2
3
e
28
3
8
65
156
254
1,006
158
589
6
J u n i o r nonHnanual w o r k e r s
(Households
(Persons
28
95
274
1,040
128
512
97
356
229
1.272
17
126
131
324
232
918
98
398
6
14
26
91
10
48
262
789
761
3,321
253
1,084
7
Persojtiaji s e r v i c e workers
(Households
(Persons
12
36
54
232
7
38
25
76
72
477
i
10
55
115
60
256
5
35
3
3
2
9
-
95
230
188
974
13
83
8
Foremen and ^ t ^ e r v i s o r s manual
(Households
(Persons
2
6
61
284
19
97
17
60
63
360
5
41
17
48
58
217
17
5b
-
3
10
-
36
114
185
871
41
193
9
S k i l l e d manual w o r k e r s .
(Households
(Persons
44
172
570
2,407
109
531
199
740
550
3,526
26
211
271
891
521
2,124
81
372
4
15
9
41
1
5
518
1,818
1.650
8,098
217
1,119
(Households
-^Persons
48
196
340
1,334
43
189
120
480
415
2,453
20
169
262
787
400
1,518
55
239
3
7
6
24
-
433
1,470
1,161
5.329
lis
597
54
225
294
1,406
26
147
103
367
534
3,524
31
277
303
1,097
475
2,274
40
193
4
18
11
48
-
464
1,707
1,314
7,252
97
617
183
748
76
364
10
38
38
239
3
26
48
HA
86
3£2
40
164
1
7
1
2
1
1
81
" 225
308
1»311
120
555
-
1
2
-
1
4
-
-
-
2
4
1
2
6
18
6
14
13
42
1
7
-
14
43
45
224
5
30
-
57
136
84
305
13
56
-
10
25
8
56
-
298
832
1,U5
4,456
312
1,072
2,425
7.833
7.579
35,378
1,858
S.234
-
,
o
.-
DO
10
s ^ l - s k i l i e d manual worlcers
11
U n s k i l l e d manual w o r k e r s
(Households.
(Persons
^ - ^
i£
Own a c c o u n t w o r k e r s ( o t h e r
tHan p r o f e s s i o n a l )
(Households
(Persons
15
Farmers-employers
and managers
(Households
(Persons
1
2
1
2
5
14
-
-
14
Farmers-own a c c o u n t
(Households
(Persons
2
2
10
32
-
i
2
-
-
3
10
3
10
1
7
15
Agricultural
(Households
(Persons
1
3
17
71
1
3
4
11
13
86
3
18
9
29
14
57
1
9
-
16
Members of armed f o r c e s
(Households
(Persons
1
3
4
14
1
4
4
16
56
226
8
41
52
117
24
65
4
11
-
Indefinite
(Households ....
(Persons
. 1.
6
1
3
-
1
1
5
36
-
7
17
2
17
-
1
1
257
1,361
12
54
204
588
481
1,818
112
396
4
5
55
7
IB
2,382
14,385
142
1,0^
1,438
4,300
2.546
10,271
597
2,429
31
82
87
337
53
204
workers
Not a p p l l cattle
Total
'"• .^^
2E
66 N
\
(Households
[Persons
45
109
361
1,222
181
604
45
130
(Households
(Persons
279
991
2,564
10,385
1,066
4,544
677
2,460
>
C3
-
1
10
'
-
COUNTY
AND
COUNTY
BOROUGH
OF
LONDONDERRY
FABLE 10 - Inhabited Buildings, etc, other than
Private Dwellings: Class, Number, Total
Population and (for Institutions)
Number of Inmates
•"
~"
—
23
Administrative Areas
-. 1
Class of building, etc.
and area in which
situated
Number of
Total population
buildings, r
Persons
etc.
Males Females
Inmates only (classes 3-8)
Persons
Males
Females
/••'
L
Boarding houses
Londonderry
Coleralne
Llmavady
Portstewart
Coleralne
Londonderry
Magherafelt
C.B.
M,B,
U. D.
"
R.D.
"
»
25
13
7
185
65
42
207
11
7
6
112
37
18
79
4
3
2
73
28
24
128
7
4
4
Total
^b
523
255
268
15
2
1
10
4
1
3
2
197
16
9
84
24
9
13
13
138
9
4
28
9
4
8
10
59
7
5
56
15
5
5
3
38
365
210
3
1
1
1
51
25
82
16
6
46
/'
S /
1 ;
I
'
•
•
155
•
.
.
20
12
54
5
31
13
28
11
45
23
80
12
19
12
54
5
26
11
26
7
174
91
83
160
90
70
3
2
1
2
2
1
447
134
71
55
1,008
211
114
56
28
15
526
71
333
78
43
40
482
140
395
123
67
41
836
160
112
56
28
15
514
71
283
67
39
26
322
89
Total
11
1,926
810
1,116
j 1,622
796
826
5. Other hospitals and
nursing homes
Londonderry
C.B.
Portstewart
U.D.
2
1
28
6
3
2
25
4
15
3
3
12
3
Total
3
34
5
29
18
3
15
•
2. Hotels and hostels
Londonderry
C,B. Coleraine
M.B.
Llmavady
U, D,
Portstewart
"
Goleralne
R,D.
Llmavady
"
Londonderry
"
Magtierafelt
"
Total
3.
County welfare institutions
Londonderry
C.B.
Portstewart
U.D.
Limavady
R. D.
Londonderry
»»
Total
4. Hospitals under control of
N.I. Hospitals Authority
Londonderry
C.B.
Coleralne
M.B.
Llmavady
U.D.
Coleralne
R.D.
Londonderry
"
Magherafelt
"
/
'
24^
CENSUS
OF
NORTHERN
IRELAND
1961
TABLE 10 - I n h a b i t e d B u i l d i n g s , e t c . , o t h e r t h a n
P r i v a t e D w e l l i n g s : C l a s s , Number, T o t a l
P o p u l a t i o n and ( f o r I n s t i t u t i o n s )
Number o f I n m a t e s - continued
Class of building, e t c .
and area In which
situated
Nuniber or
buildings,
etc*
Administrative
Areas
Inmates only (classes 5-8)
Total population
Persons
Males
Females
Persons
4£0
10£
59
94
561
8
585
91
58
91
327
522
153
369
476
149
Z27
7
1
2
74
7
73
7
23
23
Total
10
104
103
C.B.
M.B.
U.D.
n
R.C.
H
14
4
3
2
3
5
6
11
915
385
70
97
14
557
546
86
Total
48
2,670
2,002/
Total : Londonderry County and
County Borough
216
6,518
3,629
6»
C.B.
R.D.
4
1
Total
Places of detention
Ships (seagoing) including
l i g h t s h i p s but excluding
H.M. Ships
Londonderry
C.B.
Coleraine
M. B.
Londonderry
R.D.
10.
11.
Females
Homes or i n s t i t u t i o n s for
handicapped or disabled
persons
Voluntary homes
Londonderry
Londonderry
8.
Hales
Other buildings
Londonderry
Coleraine
Llmavady
Portstewart
Coleraine
Limavady
Londonderry
Magherafelt
II
M
719
.
185
43
2
6
551
426
70 ,
196
200
27
95
/6
/ 6
120
16
Vagrants
2,689
2,276
1,038
l,,£3a
COUNTY AND COUNTY BOROUGH OF LONDONDERRY
TABLE 11 - P o p u l a t i o n , Parliamentary E l e c t o r s and
Members of Parliament
Parliamentary
Parliamentary electors*
(persons)
Population, 1961
Constituency
25
Constituencies
Electors per 1,000
population
Residence
All
Residence
Other
Ouallflcatlon
qualifications
qualification quail ficatlonsl
only
No, of
Members of
Parliament
Males
Females
81.404
83,694
93,217
91,962
556
16,124
^,204
17,385 /19,157
14,081 / 13, 288
19,087 , 19,825
1 4 , 7 2 7 ' 14,420
18,705
18,418
15,565
22,819
17,710
IB, 150
18,146
15,466
22,577
17,623
544
497
565
580
165,298
81,404
83,894
93,395
92,879
562
(b)
133,249-'
32,-049
65,184
16,220
68,066
15,829
74,210
19,185
73,723
19,156
553
598
1
Persons
FOR NORTHERN IRELAND ELECTIONS/
Total
Londonderry County and
County Borough
165,298
City of Londonderry
Foyle
Mid Londonderry
North Londonderry
South Londonderry
33,388
36,548
£7,369
38,918
29,147
17
7
4
FOR UNITED KINGDOM ELECTIONS f
Total : Londonderry County and
County Borough
Londonderry
Mid-Ulster (part of)
(a)
(D)
* Register of electors put)llShed 15th February, 1961.
/ Fixed by the House of Commons (Method of voting and Redistribution o't Seats) Act (N.I.)» 1929.
5* Fixed by the Representation of the People Act, 1948.
(a) This constituency includes Londonderry County BoroujSi, the figures lor Which are:- population 53,762» number of electors (all qualifications) 29,565.
(b) The portion of the Mid-Ulster constituency in County Londonderry comprises Magherafelt Rural District. The remainder of the constituency
Is In County Tyrone, the figures for Which are;- population 80,789, number of electors (all qualifications) 47,608. There Is one
Member of Parliament for the whole constituency.
Administrative Areas
TABLE 12 - Adjustment o f Enumerated P o p u l a t i o n
to obtain Resident Population
Enumerated
population
Area
(1)
Portstewart
Coleralne
Llmavady
Londonderry
Magher^afelt
(3)
(4)
(5)
1,064
1.152
+88
447
650
111,536
Number
P e r 1,000
enumerated
(6)
Enumerated
In the a r e a b u t
usually resident
outside
Northern I r e l a n d
(7)
+
0.8
539
+ 203
+
3.6
254
-
2.1
285
56,080
Females
55,456
617
502
- lis
Persons
53,762
453
675
+ 222
+
4.1
414
Males
26,324
307
325
+
18
+
0.7
252
Females
28, 438
146
350
+ 204
+
7.2
162
M.B.
Persons
11,901
437
195
- 242,
- 20.3
95
U. D.
tt
4,325
107
87
-
-
4.6
30
H
3,950
157
137
" 2 0
-
5.1
51
H
19,298
117
265
+ 148
+
7.7
67
"
tt
17,629
50
291
+241
+ 13.7
72
»
n
1
22,384
: 449
240
- 209
-
9.3
134
«
»
i
32,049
200
390
+ 190
+
5.9
90
Londonderry Covinty
Borough
Llraavady
Usually r e s i d e n t
In t h e a r e a b u t
enumerated
elsewhere i n
Northern I r e l a n d
Males
Londonderry County
Coleralne
Enumerated
In t h e a r e a b u t
usually resident
e l s e w h e r e In
Northern Ireland
(2)
Persons
Adjustment f o r
usual residence
(between Northern
I r e l a n d a r e a s only)
Col. (4) - Col. (3)
»
R,D.
•
20
Note:- iSie differences In cola. (3) and (4) between the County total and the total for Its administrative areas represent persons enumerated
In an administrative area In the County and usually resident In another administrative area In the county.
CENSUS
26
OF
NORTHERN
IRELAND
19 6 1
TABLE 13 - Ages by S i n g l e Y e a r s , Sex and
Marital Condition
Ages
County : County Borough
Females
Males
Persons
Total
Single* Married Widowed
Divorced
Total
22
55,456
Single* Married
111.536
56,080
34,918
2,813
2,639
2,599
2,484
2,438
1,409
1,360
1,285
1,267
1,273
1.409
1,360
1,285
1,267
1, 27,3
1,404
1,279
1,314
1,217
1,165
1,404
1,279
1, 314
1,217
1,165
Widowed Divorced
Londonderry County
ALl ages
0
1
z
z
4
19,662
1,478
31.387
20,034
3.981
54
0-4
12,973
6, 594
6,594
6,379
6,379
5
6
7
8
9
2,376
2,301
2,504
2,306
2,287
1,230
1,196
1,180
1,209
1,130
1,230
1,196
1,180
1,209
1,130
1,146
1,105
1,124
1,097
1,157
1,146
1,105
1,124
1,097
1,157
5-9
11,574
5,945
5, 945
5,629
5, 629
2,245
2,230
2,217
2,242
2,281
1,185
1,132
1,123
1,154
1,138
1,185
1,132
1,123
1,154
1,138
1,060
1,098
1,094
1,088
1,143
1,060
i, 098
1,094
1,088
1,143
10-14
11,215
5,732
5,732
5,483
6,483
15
16
17
18
19
2,008
2,096
2,082
1,902
1,624
1,009
1,043
1,082
1,008
816
1,009
1,043
1,080
1.006
799
2
2
17
999
1,053
1,000
894
808
999
1,052
981
848
729
1
19
46
79
15-19
9,712
4,958
4,937
21
4,754
4,609
145
20
31
22
23
24
1,477
1,515
1,568
1,472
1,488
770
779
792
747
746
729
682
637
566
468
41
97
155
181
278
707
736
776
725
742
560
514
448
366
335
147
221
328
357
40^
20-24
7,520
3,834
752
3,686
2,223
1.459
25
26
27
28
29
1,407
1,363
1,367
1,358
1,294
713
713
684
650
645
436
382
350
279
260
277
331
354
370
384
694
650
683
708
649
248
206
225
206
172
446
442
453
497
473
-
-
1
5
3
4
-
25-29
6,789
3,405
1,687
1,716
3,384
1,057
2,311
13
30
31
32
33
34
1,416
1,333
1,275
1,242
1,319
683
657
615
621
659
297
218
219
222
199
384
438
396
396
459
733
676
660
621
660
560
531
519
482
509
-
1
3
1
6
4
-
30-34
6,585
3,235
1.155
2,073
3,350
2,601
14
35
36
37
38
39
1,392
1,280
1,365
1,389
1,413
719
619
652
701
746
230
174
189
186
221
487
444
457
511
522
2
1
6
2
3
613
491
566
527
523
7
6
12
15
667
150
163
133
145
131
35-39
6,839
3,437
1,000
2,421
14
3r-402
722
2,620
52
40
41
42
43
44
1,417
1,198
1,227
1,146
1,165
725
625
622
571
604
194
164
175
143
156
527
455
443
420
463
4
4
3
7
5
692
575
605
575
561
134
101
96
102
121
538
459
491
452
414
16
11
16
20
22
4
4
2
1
4
40-44
6,153
3,145
812
2,308
23
3,008
554
2,354
85
15
45
46
47
48
49
1,213
1>276
1,202
1,316
1,257
607
650
602
651
647
146
155
141
174
145
455
490
455
462
492
6
5
5
13
606
626
600
665
610
116
120
111
124
133
468
471
458
494
434
32
32
30
46
41
^
45-49
6,264
3,157
761
2,354
37
3,107
604
2,315
181
10
11
IS
13
14
*See footnote at end of table.
5, 082
673 /
661 /
713/
688''
172/
14^
1^9
yi30
.145
728
1
2
1
12 ,
1
2
-
1
3
2
3
1
2
1
1
3
1
1
2
COUNTY
AND
COUNTY
BGRGUGH
OF
LONDONDERRY
TABLE 13 - Ages by Single Years, Sex and
Nlarital Condition - continued
County : County Borough
Males
persons
Total
Single* Married
50
51
' 52
53
54
1,303
1,064
1,121
1,079
1,047
676
569
588
531
519
193
132
140
135
131
469
422
436
375
369
50-54
5. 614
2,883
731
989
996
957
998
952
483
476
489
503
457
55-59
4,892
2,408
60
61
62
63
64
1,097
836
885
864
910
516
400
427
425
424
4,592
27
Females
WldowedJ Divorced
14
Total
Single*
Married
Widowed
12
18
18
627
495
533
548
528
139
98
119
138
106
427
368
366
347
353
59
29
47
62
69
2, 071
77
2,731
600
1,861
266
/331
136
/ 308
148
112
/ 355
136
; 340
329
98 .
16
19
21
26
28
506
520
468
495
495
110
120
106
105
137
326
332
296
311
274
68
68
65
79
84
1,663
110
2,484
578
1,539
364
110
350
281
293
279
282
27
32
36
34
32
581
436
458
439
486
141
114
130
119
125
312
224
225
215
219
128
97
102
105
141
2,192
545
1,485
161
2,400
629
1,195
573
806
782
758
692
690
383
377
400
357
314
101
88
104
93
79
241
250
251
226
194
40
39
45
38
41
423
405
358
335
376
125
110
113
105
89
185
154
149
129
142
112
140
96
101
145
3,728
1,831
465
1,162
203
1»897
542
759
594
769
594
629
576
524
367
276
301
253
242
116
78
79
63
58
201
154
185
142
135
50
44
37
48
49
402
318
328
323
282
130
73
85
90
78
136
106
106
79
86
136
139
137
154
117
3,092
439
394
817
228
1,653
456
513
683
470
476
389
372
368
247
201
192
177
178
63
49
53
49
33
128
107
87
82
92
56
45
52
45
53
223
275
197
195
190
68
84
50
54
44
52
68
50
40
41
102
123
97
101
105
2,075
995
247
496
251
1,080
300
251
528
335
265
232
215
198
153
130
113
108
98
37
23
50
23
21
60
57
35
47
38
55
50
48
38
39
182
135
119
107
100
57
40
38
35
29
28
25
9
19
13
97
70
72
53
58
1,245
602
134
237
230
643
199
94
350
85
86
87
88
89
147
137
90
83
62
75
62
43
30
21
19
14
11
3
2
21
19
16
5
8
35
29
16
19
11
72
75
47
53
41
17
18
11
16
11
5
1
2
3
2
50
56
34
34
28
85-89
519
231
52
69
110
288
73
13
202
90
91
9-2
93
94
62
32
16
9
15
22
15
6
4
5
7
3
1
3
1
5
7
2
1
10
5
3
1
3
40
17
10
5
10
8
6
2
1
3
2
2
-
30
9
8
4
7
90-94
134
52
15
15
22
82
20
58
95
96
97
98
99
5
6
4
2
1
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
4
3
2
1
1
1
2
3
3
2
1
95-99
18
55
56
57
58
59
60-64
65
66
. 67
68
69
65-69
70
71
72
73
74
,70-74
75
76
77
78
79
75-79
80
61
82
83
84
80-84
100 and overf
*/ See tootnotes at end or table.
630/
139
87
/97
'^112
is
13
11
Divorced
28
CENSUS
OF
NORTHERN
IRELAND
1961
TABLE 13 " Ages by Single Years» Sex and
Marital
Condition-
County : County Borough
continv^ed
Males
Ages
Females
Persons
Total
Single*
Married
Widowed
Divorced
Total
S i n g l e * Married
Londonderry County Borough
All ages
53J62
25,324
15,584
0
1
2
3
4
1,432
1,435
1,321
1,348
1,276
717
746
680
692
625
0-4
6,812
9,073
28,438
16,709
717
746
680
692
625
715
689
641
656
651
715
689
641
656
651
3,460
3,460
3,352
3,352
1,276
1,194
1,184
1,087
1,054
671
596
584
542
508
671
596
584
542
508
605
598
600
545
546
605
598
600
545
546
5-9
5,795
2,901
2,901
2, 894
10
11
12
13
14
1,137
1,129
1.169
1.149
1,164
571
586
626
611
595
571
586
626
611
593
566
543
543
538
571
566
543
543
638
671
10-14
5,748
2,987
2,987
2,761
2,761
15
16
17
18
19
1,079
1,090
1,015
923
779
564
562
462
443
359
564
561
462
437
554
6
6
15-19
4,886
2,390
2,578
12
749
795
750
751
771
372
386
357
370
397
345
353
266
234
252
3,816
1,882
705
661
587
603
623
20
21
22
23
24
20-24
Z5
26
27
28
25-29
30
31
^2
33
34
1
i
30-34
35
36
37
38
39
35-39
40
41
42
43
44
40-44
45
46
• 47
48
49
45-49
1
Widowed
Divorced
2,152
54
X
661
9,523
2, 894
515
527
550
454
369
1
3
26
,51
2,496
2,415
81
27
53
91
136
165
377
40,9
' 393
381
374
309
264
212
198
159
68
125
180
183
214
1,410
472
1, 934
1,162
770
305
330
280
255
289
154
158
111
78
98
151
172
169
177
191
-
400
331
307
348
334
170
124
119
92
106
230
206
187
255
225
1
1
1
2
1
3,179
1,459
599
860
-
1,720
611
1.103
5
1
664
573
648
595
595
327
273
288
289
271
89
66
81
71
83
238
207
206
216
187
-
91
79
108
83
84
244
219
248
221
235
1
2
S
2
4
1
1
3,075
1,448
390
1,054
2
1,627
445
1,167
12
3
654
590
590
609
608
305
262
274
280
273
78
59
59
50
40
225
201
210
226
230
2
2
5
4
1
-
^49
^28 •
/ 316
/ 329
335
76
81
90
86
70
269
242
222
237
257
3
3
4
5
5
1
2
3,051
1,394
286
1,092
14
2
1,667
403
1,227
20
702
659
564
501
532
304
304
265
214
222
51
53
47
34
56
249
248
211
179
1B5
4
3
7
-
101
90
59
74
73
284
253
220
191
222
7
10
20
17
13
6
2
-
398
365
299
287
310
2, 958
1,309
221
1,072
15
1
1,649
397
1,170
67
15
532
581
44
47
59
44
40
212
214
191
225
231
3
5
8
4
5
1
617
601
260
266
238
273
276
-
272
315
304
344
325
68
71
78
70
83
188
223
205
249
218
16
18
19
24
23
2, 873
1,313
214
25
1
1,560
370
1,083
100
542
*See footnote at end of table.
1,073
515
528
553^
480
420
337
300
360 ,
306 /
524/
1
1
2
^
•
'
'
1
'
1
1
5
5
Z
COUNTY
AND COUNTY BOROUGH OF LONDONDERRY
TMBLE 13 - Ages by S i n g l e Y e a r s , Sex and
M a r i t a l C o n d i t i o n - continued
County : County iiorough
Females
Kales
, Ages
29
Persons
Total
, . 641 ^
512
580
514
540
Single* Married
298
223
263
219
247
46
39
36
28
36
244
175
216
186
203
2,787
1,250
185
1,024
1
1
526
477
1
511
476
421
235
205
227
203
185
26
37
31
27
25
1 2,411
1,055
146
' 495
406
372
387
402
204
179
148
159
152
37
34
18
24
2,062
842
374
321
310
301
269
Widowed
Divorced
Total
Single* Married
Widowed
Divorced
343
289
317
295
293
80
71
83
72
64
235
177
204
182
183
25
39
28
40
45
3
2
2
1
1
/ 41-
1.537
370
981
177
9
291
272
284
273
236
84
70
73
81
70
169
159
160
144
119
37
42
51
47
43
1
1
140
7
10
11
14
20
1
4
'847
62
1,356
378
751
220
7
/ 149
/ 130
111
/
125
105
26/'
18
15
19
10
21
291
227
224
228
250
90
60
67
66
80
123
115
99
107
99
78
49
58
55
70
.139
620
83
1,220
363
543
310
4
155
137
121
125
110
24
21
, 22
^ 18
19
112
95
80
84
72
19
21
19
23
19
219
184
189
176
159
68
58
50
44
46
91
66
72
60
49
60
60
67
72
64
-
1,575
648
104
443
101
927
266
338
323
"
263
231
212
216
113
73
79
71
80
24
11
14
12
19
70
48
43
44
45
19
14
22
15
16
150
129
-152
141
136
42
33
45
40
45
43
41
36
36
25
65
55
70
65
66
1
1,124
416
80
250
86
708
205
181
321
1
216
183
155
163
130
•'•81
58
57
57
56
8
9
11
11
8
48
30
30
28
24
25
19
16
18
24
135
125
98
106
74
44
36
35
35
20
23
24
15
14
12
68
65
48
57
42
847
309
47
160
102
538
170
88
280
116
125
77
84
86
42
41
29
36
34
2
9
5
5
3
22
15
11
10
13
18
17
13
21
18
'
74
84
48
48
52
26
35
8
17
13
5
8
8
4
6
43
41
32
27
33
488
182
24
71
87
:
306
99
31
176
82
50
37
26
24
26
10
16
5
4
4
1
3
14
6
8
4
1
j
56
1
8
S
5
1
2
40 .
21
21
• 20
11
11
6
8
4
2
2
2
1
1
43
27
13
12
15
219
61
9
19
33
158
40
8
110
21
11
8
6
5
8
5
1
2
1
2
2
6
3
1
2
1
13
6
7
4
4
1
2
1
2
51
17
3
4
10
34
6
1
27
-
1
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
1
-
2
1
1
1
-
1
1
1
1
-
-
'99
95-99
4
1
1
-
3
2
-
1
-
100 and oveiY
1
-
-
-
1
-
-
1
-
50
51
52
53
. 54
50-54
55
56
57
58
59
56-59
60
61
62
63
64
60-64
65
66
67
68
69
65-69
'
70
71
72
7'5
74
70-74
75
76
77
., 78
79
75-79
80
-81
82 V
. 8 3 .^. ••:
84
80-84
85
86
B7
88
89
85-89
90
91
92
93
94
90-94
95
96
97
98
8
9
•
•./'•'"
1 1 /•'
4
202 ^
158 /
18^
•
-
-
' -
'
~
1
••
•
—
1
12
3
6
2
4
3
1
-
-
-
-
•Including all persons under le years of age and persons aged 16 and over wJiose marital condition was not stated and was
assumed to t)e single. Persons in the latter category numbered:- county:- males 122; females 68; County Borough:- males 27;
females 16.
T^Comprlslng. In the County, three widows at ages lOi, i04 and i08. and In the County Borough, one widow aged i02.
30
CENSUS OF NORTHERN IRELAND
TABLE 14 - Ages by Quinquennial Groups, Sex and
M a r i t a l Condition
196 1
A d m i n i a t r a t i v e AreasJ
n arr 'I'r
1
Londonderry
Marital
condl t i o n
Total
Single
Married
Widowed
Divorced
Females
56»080
55,456
34,918
19,662
1,478
22
31,387
20,034
3,981
54
Males
0-4
^9
10-14
15-19
^0-£4
Females
6,379
5,629
5,483
4,754
5^686
35-39
40-44
45-49
3,405
3.235
3,437
3,145
3,157
3,384
3,350
3,402
3,008
3.107
50-54
56-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
2,883
2,408
2,192
1,831
1,439
995
602
231
52
5
1
7^79
80-84
85-89
90-94
95 and o v e r *
Total
Single
Married
Widowed
Divorced
Age l a s t
birthday
Females
5
95
15
169
210
274
320
281
283
307
321
339
268
308
276
206
163
97
65
24^1
170
136
68
68
1,716
2,073
2,421
2,308
2,354
2,311
2,601
2,620.
2,354
2,315
'
'
356
357
386
313
330
403
398
429
336
426
2,731
2,484
2,400
1,897
1,653
2,071
1,663
1,485
1,162
817
1,861
1,539
1,195
759
513
\
322
253
204
133
93
361
280
278
178
192
1,080
643
288
82
16
496
237
69
15
2
251
94
13
4
75
46
23
6
107
60
31
4
2
Females
2,073
2, 252
! .•
'
3
Females
0-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
243
255
234
144
143
247
221
226
188
153
1
45
25-29
50-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
133
124
143
123
108
103
161
181
121
131
77
85
113
98
88
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
102
83
79
51
47
105
104
74
75
76
80
65
51
30
28
34
17
8
1
1
47
25
13
1
/
*
*
17 /
5
5
1
"
*-
9
75
/
/
Llrban
.
/
20
11
—
District
Females
1,616
2,334
1,238
840
249
7
1
Harried only
Males
Faraales
Males
' 201
126
113
109
87
172
147
191
184
134
•
1
30
122
123
138
127 .
132 .
72
62
93
78
93
81
91
103
92
101
101
80
115
91
105
74
128 /
145 /
91/
9p
/
38
18
6
1
—
Males
Total population
Females
Males
i
764
788
64
—
Married only
Total population
.
.
Portstewart
1,227
835
187
'
Females
647
552
629
508
394
1
i
District
Males '
654
573
663
550
350
145
1,459
Males
*See footnote at end or table.
Males
Married only
21
752
U r b an
6.214
Total population
1
'
1
3,286
2,441
476
11
•
Males
75-79
80-84
85-89
90-94
95 and o v e r *
^
3,206
2.338
137
6
*
1,220
788
64
1
!
1
Females
5,687
J
TT
Borough
Males
Females
Males
Mun i c i p a l
*
Limavady
Marital
condition
Coleraine
Married only
6,594
5,945 .
5,732
4,958
3,834
25-£9
j
Males
Total population
Age l a s t
birthday
30-34
County
Females
'
*
• '
.
•
'
.
'
8
54
.65
70
25
29
18
88
88
70
75
61
152
153
135
134
127
80
69
54
62
40
90
70
53
42
33
13
2
1
48
30
14
5
""
76
52
25
10
""
31
17
6
17
2
2
1
""
—
1
1
*"
COUNTY
ANp COUNTY
BOROXJGH ^0
31
TABLE 14 - Ages by Quinquennial Groups; Sex and
Marital Condition - continued
'•'
- —
•
." " . . .
• .'..'V,
•
.1 ii.i.i.-i ^ ,.
Coleraine
.1
,
^
Rural
""..'.,
'
. .
'
.'""'..
Males
Females
Total
9»762
9,536
6.014
3,483
^3
Z
Age l a s t
birthday
Males
1
Females
.
•
.
5
116
25
261
./
551 /
556/'
54^
545
'
546
297
338
410
386
414
393
427
429
425
424
544
493
567
505
479
523
480
411
341
275
477
460
432
370
309
381
331
273
211
149
319
300.
224
159
94
196
114
33
8
1
208
131
61
il
3
107
53
9
3
—
54
16
1
Ru r a l
Total
Males
1^ ]
242
218
188
105
73
167
113
44
,7
148
98
35
11
4
'
33
15
67
37
15
2
—
Ru r a l
'-
1
District
i
1
10,476
5,311
428
5
Total population
Females
7^
9.211
5.431
1,181
6
Married only
1Males
1Females
Males
Females
1,888
1.613
1,537
1,362
998
2
124
25
319
,
«
.
,
'
•
4
202
37
362
1,864
1,743
1.625
1.311
985
775
681
708
563
559
440
510
489
422
448
545
529
535
444
430
916
908
983
990
994
926
925
911
896
918
361
510
630
684
688
571
703
694
690
657
552
453
420
350
265
519
483
380
317
254
403
314
290
234
145
395
305
197
135
85
871
706
658
622
466
764
672
768
568
473
558
448
416
368
258
509
406
372
221
142
169
110
31
6
166
91
60
17
77
36
3
2
36
10
3
2
306
172
78
19
3
328
186
73
29
4
159
71
25
7
2
78
38
6
!
1
* s e e l o o c n o c e a t end o r
293
230
238
160
132
363
332
343
265
222
1
Married only
769
722
673
591
586
•
340
402
375
344
305
Magherafelt
6,237
4,050
662
9
1
1
1,383
1,102
1,087
1.015
816
•
259
294
366
359
340
15,829
1,425
1,221
1,164
1.052
867
.
504
506
493
430
396
16.220
0-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
.
26
219
10,958
Females
-
District
3
140
425
345
350
259
232
—
,
.
.
11,426
Total population
•
'
1
.
,
.
.
1.018
1,032
889
717
547
Females
Males
75-79
80-84
85-89
90-94
95 and o v e r *
Females
Males
Males
Age l a s t
birthday
60-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
Married only
Females
7,103
4,019
300
4
j
4.925
2.886
519
3
Males
Single
Married
Widowed
Divorced
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
1
Females[
Males
i
Londonderry
-
2,935
222
4
1,058
1,024
958
920
806
•
.
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
?0-74
Marital
condition
6,135
Females
586
542
570
532
555
75-79
80-84
85-89
90-94
95 and o v e r *
8,333
Total population
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
'
9,296
,,,
-
/
1,024
962
924
780
644
District
Females
1
Maies 1
^
Rural
Males
f
/
1,149
1,003
975
872
596
'' I
J
Married only
„/
0-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
gO-24
1
Limavady
5,262$
3,^51
'707
n"
Total population
'
, 1 '"'~'
District
Marital
condition
Single
hl^arrlacl
Widowed
Divorced
Administrative Areas
,
.
^
.
t a o K?.
^
:
.
.
.
.
-
.
.
^
:
.
V
:
-
,
.
•
*
—
*
V-
-"
CENSUS OF NORTHERN
32
TABLE 1 4 - A g e s by Q u i n q u e n n i a l
Marital Condition Londonderry
Marital
condition
Total
Single
Married
Widowed
Divorced
Groups,
continued
County
and
Administrative
North
Males
Females
£5,324
28,438
5,828
6,651
15,584
9,073
661
6
16,709
9,523
2,152
54
3,229
2,425
172
2
3,564
2,462
600
25
Married only
Total population
Total population
Females
0-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
3,460
2,901
2,987
2,390
1,882
3,352
2,894
2,761
2,496
1,934
12
472
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
1.459
1,448
1,394
1,309
1,313
1,720
1,627
1,657
1,649
1,560
50*-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
1,250
1,055
842
648
416
309
182
61
17
1
Females
Males
Females
81
770
644
480
522
513
546
592
497
502
507
489
4
137
18
210
860
1,054
1,092
1,072
1,073
1,103
1,167
1,227
1,170
1,083
412
361
331
345
330
439
406
400
425
405
228
275
252
290
263
^81
294
283
285
266
1,537
1,356
1,220
927
708
1,024
847
620
443
250
981
751
543
338
181
332
314
235
190
120
430
394
357
271
205
283
255
176
122
68
263
222
153
102
45
538
306
158
34
4
160
71
19
4
88
31
8
1
94
39
16
4
169
99
51
13
50
15
31
' 8
S o u t h Ward
Marital
condition
Married only
Males
Males
Females
Areas
Ward
Females
Males
Males
Total
196 1
Borough
Age l a s t
birthday
75-79
80-84
85-89
90-94
95 and over*
Sex
IRELAND
Waterside
1
Ward
Males
Females
Males
Females
14,006
15,573
5,490
6,214
9,286
4,394
325
9,751
4,775
1,036
11
3,069
2,254
164
3
3,394
Total pojjulation
Married only
Single
Marrled
Widowed
Divorced
1
Total population
Married only
Age l a s t
birthday
Males
Females
0-4
5-9
10-14
15-19
20-24
2,204
1,880
1,940
1,386
801
2,139
1,857
1,752
1,466
965
4
199
36
374
25-29
30-34
35-39
40-44
45-49
719
749
715
672
698
862
840
848
862
789
440
523
555
537
569
/
578/'
603
643
632 /
563/,
50-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70-74
596
478
417
295
190
718
640
601
459
350
472
370
293
201
113
456
342
249
158
90
Males
Females
,
.
/
Males'
2,286
516
18
Females
Males
Females
621
540
507
523
480
4
136
27
186
328 '
338
345
292
285
419
381
409
362
366
192
256
285
245
241
244
270
301
253
254
322
263
190
163
106
389
322
262
197
153
239
222
151
120
69
262
187
141
78
46
6l'2
^41
.525
491
/ 535
34
21
70
139
36
76
230
75-79
145
24
54
13
10
87
32
120
80-84
89
4
2
18
47
5
9
60
85-89
27
"8
8
1
2
1
90-94
13
5
1
2
95 and over*
2
—
—
•Including i widow aged l o i in Goleraine Rural D i s t r i c t ; i widow aged 108 in Llmavady Rural D i s t r i c t ; i widow
aged 104 in Londonderry Rural D i s t r i c t and i widow aged 102 in waterside Ward, Londonderry County Borousja-
COUNTY ANI) COUNTY BOROUGH OF LONDONDERRY
TABLE 15 - Birthplaces
County
Londonderry County
33
: County
Borough
Londonderry County Borough
BirtnpZace
Persons
Males
Females
Total population
111,536
56,080
Northern Ireland
100,285
5,539
478
Antrim County
Arma^ County
Belfast County Borough
Down County
Fermanagh County
_.. Londonderry County and county Borough
Tyrone county
Males
55,456
53,762
25.324
28,438
50,560
49,725
46,392
22,086
24.306
2,^9
219
/i.364
,
586
158
44,609
1,245
2,840
2.960
259
181
76
389
108
178
67
Females
1,387
356
159
42.737
. 1,867
143
732
201
195
43,542
1.220
84
20.752
496
111
^2,790
724
2,446
2,409
1.370
1,039
1,938
93
809
1,517
65
864
1.547
110
752
956
78
336
591
32
416
4,354
1,810
2,544
4,347
1,531
2,816
480
240
240
190
94
%
3
2
6
55
2
6
64
3
11
9
23
2,751
742
317
87,346
3,112
Great Britain
5,28^^
England
Wales
Scotland
3,455
/158
1,673
I s l e of Man
Persons
343
93
12
Qiannel Islands
Irish Bepiiblic
Cbrrmonwealth countries, etc.
Qiana
Nigeria
Rhodesia and Nyasaland
South Africa
Canada
Ceylon
Cyprus
India
Malaya
Pakistan
Singapore
Australia
New z,e6LLand
Colonies, P r o t e c t o r a t e s , e t c .
Foreign countries
Austria
Belgium
Czechoslovakia
Denmark
France
Germany
Greece
Italy
Netherlands
Norway
Poland
Spain
Sweden
.Switzerland
*
Yugoslavia
Sudan
United Arab Republic
Other countries in Africa
Argentine
Brazil
Chile
united States of America
Other countries In America
Burma
China
Iran
Iraq
Israel
Turkey
Other countries in Asia
U.S.S.R.
B D m at sea
Birthplace not stated
49
8
48
1
4
2
14
30
2
4
54
2
1
5
7
3
61
620
307
313
287
190
:97
14
2
2
1
12
78
5
1
2
9
1
12
2
1
5
1
1
7
1
5
32
27
13
1
22
4
10
1
7
1
7
9
15
111
6
10
132
8
15
IB
39
13
97
7
9
56
4
4
68
5
4
9
16
5
1
32
1
11
46
8
4
4
1
4
3
3
7
2
4
1
2
3
1
4
2
2
1
4
2
7
6
4
7
1
447
3
3
4
1
1
3
1
8
15
2
i
29
8
1
1
1
6
15
3
25
2
1
3
4
2
32
1
2
6
2
3
4
1
1
1
156
239
3
2
2
208
1
2
1
1
2
1
315
179
128
1
1
1
1
1
1
103
53
47
81
2
1
2
^4
CENSUS QF r*ORTliERN IRELAND 19 61
34
TABLE 16 - Birthplaces
Persons born outside Northern Ireland by
Religion and Place of Birth
p a x c s s ^ ' 1 •i...i...i.i.iii..i;
Total
Qounty : County Borough
i.i.ic
•Ctoirch or Ireland*
Roman Catholic
Presbyterian
Hales
Males!Females
BirUiplace
Males
Females
1,938
93
809
8
1,810
E40
307
1,517
65
864
8
2,544
240
314
400
15
301
1
727
29
122
1^176
64
116
552
58
54
5.206
5,552
1,596
1.992
1,166
966
78
336
6
1,631
94
190
691
32
416
2
2,818
96
98
377
29
156
4
926
^ 27
70
251
19
227
1,825
46
50
284
11
18
3,191
4,061
1,689
2,418
507
Females
other and not stated
denominations
Methodist
Males
Femetles
Males
Females
Males
Females
96
13
41
33
6
24
-
63
A
10
1
43
1
17
165
16
34
-
822
36
192
6
527
86
59
122
11
13
715
49
53
1,088
40
143
7
450
87
37
48
60
70
83
50
69
1,342
1,852
1,727
£00
139
393
352
63
2
115
220
8
46
2
406
16
20
43
10
6
26 1
2
10
60
9
18
31
1
18
474
13
11
411
22
: 43
2
252
24
14
24
3
13
46 j
1
7
45
29
75
67
18
10
678
768
719
101
226
146
LondondeiTy County
England
wales
Scotland
I s l e of Man and Ctiannel Islands
I r i s h Republic
commonwealtti c o u n t r i e s , e t c .
Foreign countries and a t sea
Total
163
11
318
353
B
286
1
103
7
335
-
•
-.
Londonderry County B o r o u ^
England
Wales
Scotland
I s l e of Man and Chaimel Islands
I r i s h Republic
commonwealth countries, e t c .
Foreign countries and a t sea
Total
-
75,
8
111
-
•
*
.
-
-
91
u
1
+ County:- Including Churcih of England (Males, 994; Females, 703) and Episcopal Church of Scotland (Males, 3; Females, 5 ) .
County Borough:- including Church of England (Males. 358; Females, 162).
TABLE 17 * Nationality : Persons born outside the British Isles by
Nationality and usual Address a year ago
County and County Borough
Nationality
Total
persons
Address
a year ago
in
1
1
1
B r i t i s h or
ponmonwealth c i t i z e n
Alien
[ (Including s t a t e l e s s )
Males
Females
1
Males
rmaXes
1.072
338
434
j
178
33
13
14
3
Wales
-
-
Scotland
2
^
I s l e or Man and Channel Islands
-
I r i s h Republic
5
1
Canada
15
10
India
13
7
Northern I r e l a n d
1
England
Not s t a t e d
'
Males
Females
118
3
1
3
-
*
/ -
.
-
-
4
.
-
-
5
^
*
*
*
-
•
-
-
Commonwestlth countries
/
/
6
Malta
12
6
6
Other commonwealth countries
42
yi
27
-
•
1
Foreign countries
23
2S
^
13
2
United States ot America
150
6
2
100
43
Other foreign countries
•28
3
'4
16
6
-
^^
^
m
: ^A
-
3
568
330
1B6
3
4
Germany
Not s t a t e d
^BA
Total
1.579
A
498
' •
.
•
-
-
TTAHL^ 18 -
Religions
Administrative
Roman C a t h o l i c
Population
Presbyterian
Church o r I r e l a n d *
Other and
not stated
denominations
Methodist
Admlzilstratlve
area
Persons
Males
Females
County and County
Borou^
165,298
81.404
Londonderry County
111,536
M.B.
U.D.
"
R.D.
"
"
»
Hales
Females
83,894
83,582 40,557
43,025
40,548
56,080
55.456
47,509 23,725
23,784
32.682
11,901
4,325
3,950
19,298
17,629
22,384
32,049
5,687
2,073
1,616
9,762
9,296
11,425
16,220
6,214
2,252
2,334
9,536
8,333
10,958
15,829
2,668
1,587
920
5,063
9,310
10,526
17,435
1,190
739
328
2,604
4,760
5,343
8,761
1,478
848
592
2,459
4,550
5,183
8,674
3,584
1,223
1,442
8,673
4,433
6,305
7.022
1,706,
591
990
4,389
2,317
3,1B8
3.566
1,878
632
852
4,284
2,116
3,117
3,456
4,386
1,264
1,184
4,209
3,350
4,435
6,076
2,143
2,243
620
644
522
662
2,108 ' N 2 , 1 0 1
1,904
1>446
2,292
2,143^.
3,123
2,953
Londonderry County
Borou^
53,762
25,324
28.438
36,073 16.832
19,241
7,866
3,681
4,185
7,116
3,455
NortH
South
Waterside
12,479
29,&r9
11,704
5,828
14,006
5,490
6,651
15,573
6,214.
5,005
26,609
4,459
2,227
12,611
1,994
2,?78
13,998
2,465
5,426
1,076
3,364
1,599
504
1,^8
1,827
572
1,786
3,097
1,148
2,871
1,500
532
1,423
Ooleraine
jLimavady
Portstewart
Coleraine
lilmavady
Iionctonderry
Magjieratelt
Ward
"
"
Persons
Persons
Analysis of column headed
persons
Males
Hales
Females
Persons
Males
Females
20,028 20,520
32,020 16,167
16,347 16.335
24.904 12,712
Persons
Males
Females
Persons
Males
Females
15,853
2,310
1,201
1.109
6.838
3.451
3,387
12.192
1,275
698
577
5.166
2.598
2.568
338
84
132
71
125
306
2i9
177
42
67
32
88
172
120
161
42
65
39
37
134
99
925
167
272
1,282
411
812
1,297
471
81
109
629
227
431
650
454
86
163
653
184
381
647
3,661
1,035
503
532
1.672
853
819
1,597
616
1,448
397
118
520
193
61
249
204^.
57
271
554
628
'490
309
298
246
245
330
244
'Other and not stated denominations'
Females
727
1.418
Baptist
573
1,213
Brethren
842
413
Reformed Presbyterian
351
187
Congregational Church
151
88
Hindu
37
89
Salvation Anny
44
85
58
24
Free Presbyterian Church ol Ulster
20
38
Jehovah's witness
17
32
Latter Day Saints
31
18
Protestant
16
31
Church of Christ
15
30
Undenominational or Unsectarian
30
15
25
28
Christian Oaurch
14
28
Lutheran
Free Thinker
Church of God
^Including
Church of England (males 1,503; females 1,014) and Episcopal Church
/Ihis heading comprises denominations each of which had less than ten adherents
denominations on the Census returns.
691
640
429
164
63
52
41
34
18
15
13
15
15
15
3
14
Areas
Greek Orthodox Church
Non-Subscribing P r e s b y t e r i a n o r u n i t a r i a n
Elim Church
Jew
Apostolic Church
Sikh
E v a n g e l i c a l Lutheran
Singh
Mohammedan
Other denominations/
Not s t a t e d
Total
Female
Persons
Males
26
24
20
20
15
14
14
12
11
89
2,138
12
12
13
9
5
14
8
6
43
1,070
4
5
46
1.068
6,838
3,451
3,387
m
of Scotland (males 3; females 5)
eunumerated In the county and County Borough; 26 different terms were used in describing these
12
8
7
6
9
-
36
CENSUS OF NORTHERN
IflELAND
TABLE 19 - Religions
Population under 22 years
by Individual Years and
20 years and over by
Quinquennial Groups
1961
County : County BorougH
Religion
Population
Age
Presbyterian
Roman C a t l i o l l c
Males
Females
Males
Males
Females
Females
Church or Ireland
Methodist
O t h e r and
not stated
denominations
Males
Females
Males
Females
Males
Females
23,784 16,347 16,335 12,712
12,192
698
577
2.598
2,568
315
283
301
253
26a.
19
26
22
10
20
10
7
18
5
15
82
61
61
68
56
63
54
51
54
56
1
Londonde] :ry County
55,456 23,725
All ages
56,080
0
1
2
3
4
1,409
1,360
1,285
1,267
1,273
1,404
1,279
1,314
1,217
1,165
657
633
635
579
604
667
587
618
577
553
353
330
288
316
302
0-4
6,594
6,379
3,108
3,002
1,589
5
6
7
8
9
1,230
1,196
1,180
1,209
1,130
1,146
1,105
1,124
1,097
1,157
585
579
563
588
527
547
530
542
551
567
319
285
284
301
319
5-9
5,945
5,629
2,842
2,737
1,185
1,132
. 1,123
1,154
1,138
1,060
1,098
1,094
1,088
1,143
566
528
512
492
502
10-14
5,752
5,483
15
16
17
18
19
1,009
1,043
1,082
1,008
816
15-19
349
348
326
328
275
1,626
298
310
279
294
291
1,472
1,418
97
55
328
278
288
275
290
272
295
248
265
272
259
233
247
243
232
219
234
13
13
12
10
9
14
9
14
13
13
65
54
49
51
42
50
48
46
42
48
1,508
1,420
1,277
1,175
57
63
261
234
528
508
538
537
551
308
298
317
330
320
268
293
283
272
291
261
245
234
272
237
221
235
220
222
256
8
10
14
13
15
9
7
8
8
8
42
51
46
47
64
34
55
45
49
37
2,600
2,662
1,573
1,407
1,249
1,154
60
40 .
250
220
999
1,053
1.000
894
808
444
461
480
408
341
493
492
484
430
384
315
303
293
275
216
263
305
274
233
213
202
223
242
273
210
193
211
198
189
170
11
10
15
8
7
6
6
4
7
7
37
46
52
44
42
44
39
40
35
34
4,958
4,754
2,134
2,283
1,402
1,288
1,150
961
51
30
221
192
770
779
707
736
343
295
307
316
208
216
214
220
173
210
147
161
8
17
5
4
38
41
34
35
20-24
3,834
3,686
1,532
1,547
1,021
1,083
1,021
843
70
36
190
177 •
25-29
3,405
3,384
1,336
1,337
996
1,000
849
835
^
46
168
166
50-34
3,235
3,350
1,213
1,293
978
995
823
848
57
46
164
168 ;
35-39
3,437
3,402
1,307
1,366
1,065
1,030
833
792 /
39
39
193
40-44
3,145
3,008
1,323
1,231
978
932
666
652
43
42
135
151 ;
45-49
3,157
3,107
1,293
1,257 1
987
981
704
67^5
37
26
136
168
50-54
2,883
2,731
1,183
1,065
901
894
652
,^08
21
37
126
127
55-59
2,408
2,484
893
935
854
825
517
559
34
36
110
129 :
60-64
2,192
2,400
893
933
729
805
455
516
22
29
93
65-69
1,831
1»897
746
747 1
642
672 1
343/
368
17
20
83
70 and
over
3,324
3,762
1,322
788
37
32
140
10
,11
12
13
14
20
21
1,389
I
1,124
1,377
.701
/
/
:
1V5
IJ:/
;
90 :
176
COUNTY
TABLE 19 - Religions
AND
GOVMTY
BQROUGH
OF
LONDONDERRY
Population under 22 years
by Individual Years and
20 years and over by
Quinquennial Groups -continued
__ 1
/
County : County Borough
Religion
Population
Age
Roman C a t t i o l l c
,
Males
Females
Males
717
746
680
692
625
0
1
2
3
4
0-4
5
6
7
8
9
5-9
10
U
IZ
13
14
10-14
15
16
17
18
19
15-19
20
21
.
O t h e r and
not stated
denominations
Methodist
Females
Males
Females
Males
Females
4,185
3,455
3,661
503
532
853
819
Males
Females
/
28,438 16,832
715
689
641
656
651 .
| Church of I r e l a n d |
^
M^es
Females
Londonderry County Borougji
All ages 25,324
Presby/terlan
/
37
19,241 3,681
583
606
534
544
488
56l
540
505
/ 509
^. ' 494
47
48
68
61
52
65
60
48
60
59
65
64
55
59
53
59
61
60
64
63
6
11
6
10
9
13
10
12
7
10
16
17
17
18
23
17
18
16
IS
25
3,460
3,352
^,755
2,609
276
292
296
307
42
52
91
92
671
596
584
542
508
605
598
600
545
546
511
442
442
412
362
460
427
448
393
409
84
66
58
50
74
56
76
66
72
63
59
54
59
57
51
62
74
62
54
49
5
13
6
14
7
12
7
6
8
6
12
21
19
9
14
15
14
18
18
19
2,901
2,894
2,169
2,137
332
333
280
301
45
39
75
84
571
586
626
611
593
566
543
543
538
571
417
417
444
430
434
428
399
383
379
375
61
72
88
76
68
63
71
73
76
89
69
68
69
76
62
55
53
56
63
82
6
8
9
8
13
4
6
12
6
11
18
21
16
21
16
16
14
19
14
14
2,987
2,761
2,142
1,964
365
372
344
309
44
39
92
77
564
562
462
443
359
515
528
553
480
420
396
390
335
313
206
380
382
401
326
276
85
66
58
54
65
64
70
83
63
61
61
76
52
58
65
51
57
55
65
65
8
9
8
4
6
7
7
7
12
5
14
21
9
14
17
13
12
7
14
13
2,390
2,496
1,640
1,765
328
341
312
293
35
38
75
59
372
386
377
409
206
221
254
252
75
61
50
67
63
74
52
66
12
13
11
8
16
17
10
16
348
253
60
38
103
58
j
-
20-24
1,882
1,934 : 1^075
1,307
296
278
25-29
1,459
1,720
938
1,179
211
238
222
224
31
28
57
51
30-34
1,448
1,627
941
1,085
210
240
217
220
21
29
59
53
35-39
1,394
1,657
863
1,105
213
239
234
228
36
38
48
47
40-44
1,309
1,649
796
1,069
233
276
196
217
33
26
51
61
45-49
1,313
1,^0
789
958
236
290
201
221
34
45
53
46
50-54
1,250
1,537
670
907
279
305
220
238
36
32
45
55
55-59
1,055
1,356
593
831
224
231
170
222
27
32
41
40
60-64
842
1,220
491
735
169
231
142
199
16
26
24
29
65-69
648
927
•381
563
111
183
122
135
14
25
20
21
70 and
over
986
1,748
589
1,027
198
336
151
294
29
45
19
46
38
CENSUS
OF
NORTHERN
IRELAND
1961
TABLE 20 - Education; Terminal Education Ages of Persons 15 years
and over by Sex and Age Groups
Age a t wftilcn
Age l a s t
T^lrtiiday
Under
13
18
15
16
2
2
31
75
145
486
414
543
673
633
269
190
61
111
99
97
28
43
90 !
13
14
17
County ,v County Borough
tull-tlme education ceased
20
19
21
22
25 and
over
24
23
Not
stated
Not
applicable
Total
Londonderry County
Males
15
16
17
18
19
-
_
1
1
-
-
3
1
,
,
•
19
.
'
.
11
.
29
40
— .
-
.
.
.
.
,
,
.
.
.
.
.
»
•
,
.
.
.
.
.
.
•
•
,
.
.
.
•
'
4
7
6
14
20
431
225
166
76
20
1,009
1,043
1,082
1,008
816
53
918
4,958
23
24
18
28
17
23
15
12
4
3
110
57
3,834
8
3
3,405
3,235
15-19
5
5
1,151
2,328
368
SO
ZX
S£
Z6
24
3
4
4
1
4
3
3
2
2
415
388
407
380
420
166
166
196
,148
114
65
89
79
78
86
35
4©
37
43
41
27
31
22
28
27
8
3
5
9
7
4
3
5
5
3
6
14
12
7
7
1
4
20-24
12
14
2,010
790
397
0D5
135
32
18
ZB
14
5
•
•
,
.
.
.
-
25-29
50-34
8
18
13
16
2.076
2,237
473
297
308
218
131
96
100
71
27
30
13
19
37
28
46
26
28
22
30
16
24
28
83
112
IS
125
166
249
285
39
146
204
206
130
4.772
4,389
3,337
2,204
,i»105
539
437
270
185
85
387
241
142
107
59
179
110
63
43
22
149
90
73
30
19
36
39
12
11
2
25
33
18
11
7
33
43
24
10
7
28
57
15
10
7
45
25
16
6
1
34
43
23
10
5
77
42
18
13
220
240
196
170
138
Total
Per cent
887
2.3
772
2.0
23,281
61.6
5,404
14.3
2,225
5.9
939
2.5
707
1.9
189
0.6
144
0.4
217
0,6
183 148
0,5 0.4
161
0.4
243
0.6
1,322
3.6
Percentage
of t o t a l
with s t a t e d
terminal
educational
age
2.5
2.2
65.6
15.2
6,3
2,6
2,0
0,6
0,4
0.6
0,6
0.4
0,5
0.7
-.
-3
-
23
67
104
372
373
469
,
.
.
22
.
•
,
,
.
,
.
.
,
.
,
,
•
•
,
.
.
.
•
•
-
1
35-44
45-54
55-64
65-74
75 and over
1
.
.
Ay
^
_
1
"^
.
770
779
792
747
746
6,582
6,040
' 4,600
3,270
1,885
987
2i6
37,809
100,0
•
.
.
4
5
10
15
17
503
347
217
88
23
999
1,053
1,000
894
808
51
1,178
4,754
10
19
16
18
26
12
10
8
3
1
707
736
776
725
742
89
34
3,686
1
3,384
3,350
Females
15
15
17
16
19
1
4
Z
1
-
,
^
.
36
510
210
168
64
119
122
111
63
70
37
•
.
.
.
5
&ro
•
i
2
6
4
,
,
•
•
,
.
,
-3
V
20-24
3
8
1,872
648
449
276
128
30
6^'
69
12
3
•
,
.
.
.
-
25-29
30-34
9
13 .
14
17
1,829
2,032
403
344
379
338
210
176
129
107
24 .^3
40 , / 5 2
68
51
53
34
5
11
2
3
4
8
27
102
170
197
222
72
140
220
227
158
4,150
3,666
3,142
2,200
1,1S4
634
661
345
24P
142
508
• 453
288
196
ill
76
79
61
27
14
55
43
60
33
8
38
27
32
11
12
11
21
15
7
2
7
4
6
2
1
15 1
6
6
9
2
Total
Per cent
751
2.0
859
2.3
20,994
55.3
5,343
14.1
3,138
8.3
Percentage
oX t o t a l
wltii s t a t e d
terminal
education
age
2.1
2.4
59.3
15.1
8,9
15-19
£0
21
22
23
24
35-44
45-54
55-64
65-74
75 and over
8
3
939
1,927
416
188
59
5
2
1
-
2
3
3
341
386
411
339
395
148
129
123
135
113
111
90
84
91
73
59
44
64
66
62
16
27
25
31
29
6
5
6
4
9
-
.
'
295 ,
226
7;L
,63
363 1 182
143 I 158 ^46
96
91 , ' 2 4
19
66 1 54'
1,6924.4..
4,8
,lU34
. /
2
16
k
18 ;i7
15 / 24
15 / 19
/
.
3.0
322
0,8
428
1*1
387
1.0
219
0.6
75
0,2
25
0,1
50
0.1
3.2
0.9
1,2
1,1
0,6
0,2
0,1
0,1
101
124
226 1
227 1
201
180
134 '
1,332 j
3,5
.
1
1
.1
"
6,410
5,838
4,884
3,550
2,-109
1,216
3,2
37,966
100,0
.
.
COUNTY
AND
COUNTY
BOROUGH
0F
LONDONDERRY
TABLE 20 - Education: Terminal Education Ages of Persons 15 Years
and over by Sex and Age Groups - continued
39
County : County Borough
Age a t which f u l l - time education ceased.
Age l a s t
birthday
Under
13
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
,
.
.
.
,
23
25 and
over
24
Not
stated
Not
appllcahle
Total
Londonderry County Bore u ^
Males
15
16
17
18
19
z
-
_
•
A
,
12
37
51
192
167
313
340
266
138
92
29
39
42
38
148
, .-' ,
. /
10
3
15
,
.
.
.1
/42
18
1
^ 24
22
30
22
20
16
14
18
18
26
2
7
4
2
2
. .
^V
/
1
z
3
3
459
1.148
1
2
2
2:
1
-2
157
194
148
179
1B3
107
87
86
78
91
20-24
8
2
861
446
203
lis
92
25-29
30-34
5
3
9
876
1»030
229
138
-'129
95
47
44
35-44
45-54
55-64
65-74
75 and over
5
20
56
46
65
9
41
78
49
43
1,938
1.837
1.396
745
350
'272
207
131
es
35
164
150
74
40
25
Total.
Per cent
210
1.3
234
1.5
9,491
59.4
2.677
16.8
Percentage
or t o t a l
with s t a t e d
tennlnal
education
age
1,4
1.6
63.6
15-19
20
21
ZZ
23
24
-
•
.
.
,
.
*
.
.
.
•
.
.
.
.
•
•
.
2
2
2
2
2
237
152
95
54
20
564
562
462
443
359
10
558
2.390
4
3
8
9
7
14
15
10
3
6
372
386
357
370
397
31
48
1,882
5
1,459
1,448
•
•
-
•
.
3
6
2
1
1
8
8
9
4
6
1
2
1
17
12
26
11
3
1
•
'
38
26
17
10
18
7
14
16
26
6
6
5
9
7
7
13
33
39
70
63
40
22
4
59
42
24
14
7
13
27
5
3
2
12
22
6
9
2
11
22
7
5
13
17
3
4
Z
12
9
3
3
3
12
11
7
32
19
7
8
1
-
77
76
58
49
31
1,028
6.4
450
2.8
320
2.0
96
0.6
90
0.6
101
0,6
82
0.6
44
0.3
48
0.3
86
0.6
17.9
6.9
3.0
2.1
0.6
0.6
0,7
0.5
0,3
0.3
0.6
329
377
337
116
80
23
46
34
25
16
18
5
14
4
1.239
128
37
19
4
47
38
36
42/
40/
-
•
.
.
1
,
.
,
.
.
-
,
4
-
2,703
2,563
1.897
1.064
570
404
2,5
616
3.9
15,976
100.0
1
2
8
6
5
164
82
70
20
11
515
528
553
480
420
22
347
2,496
14
7
10
16
6
3
9
3
3
377
409
393
381
374
18
1,934
2
1,720
1,627
_
1
Females
:
15
16
17
18
19
15-19
-
1
X
1
21
44
89
282
261
1
2
697
-
-
.
3
.
85
78
48
47
37
37
35
39
32
22
" 20
16
12
13
19
11
12
11
8
20
.
.
•
'
.
•
•
,
.
•
,
.
3
'
•
,
.
,
1
,
'
•
-
.
,
.
1
.
.
,
,
1
1
224
243
249
233
251
20-24
1
4
1.200
276
165
80
62
10
22
32
10
1
~ 1
•
53
25-29
30-34
2
Z
4
3
1,212
1,163
171
141
98
101
66
50
30
40
12
16
20
10
27
16
11
10
10
2
5
6
2
3
48
62
13
37
64
90
88
13
52
140
102
86
2,476
2,255
1,777
1.059
593
241
221
145
91
57
180
186
118
79
55
110
72
71
28
16
74
61
62
46
29
22
29
7
9
1
19
28
21
11
5
23
31
25
16
6
7
12
13
1
5
4
3
1
9
1
1
1
1
6
2
4
2
108
109
127
98
101
Total
Per cent
298
1.5
406
2.1
12.432
64.0
2.581
13.3
1,109
5.7
530
2.7
423
2.2
110
0.6
136
0.7
177
0.9
64
0.3
26
0.1
25
0.1
19
0.1
728
3,8
367
1,9
19.431
100.0
Percentage
of t o t a l
with s t a t e d
terminal
education
age
1.6
2.2
67.8
14.1
6.1
2.9
2.3
0,6
0,7
1.0
0.4
0.1
0,1
0,1
,
,
,
20
21
22
23
24
35-44
45-54
55-64
65-74
75 and over
1
X
.
-1
1
6
1
1
3
7
9
2
5
9
9
9
-2
3
4
— —
J
-
-
_
-
3,306
3,097
2.576
1.635
1,040
TABLE 21 - Education
Terminal Education Ages of Persons 15 Years and over
by Sex, Age Group and Occupation Order
County : County Borough
g
Age group
15-19
25-44
20--24
45 and o v e r
Age a t which f u l l - t i m e e d u c a t i o n c e a s e d
occupation order
Under
15
16
15
Not
20 s t a t e d
o
r
not
17-19 and
over a p p l i c able
Under
15
15
16
Not
stated
20
o
r
not
17-19 and
over a p p l l c able
Under
15
15
20
17-19 and
over
16
Not
Stated
or not
applicable
Not
Under
15
16
15
20 : Stated
and or not
o v e r applic-
17-19
able
Londcwnderry County
Males
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII
XIV
XV
XVI
XVII
XVIII
XIX
XX
XXI
XXII
XXIII
XXIV
XXV
XXVI
XXVII
Feonaers, f o r e s t e r s , tlslierm^
Miners and quarrymen
Gas, coke and clieinlcals makers
1
i
Glass and ceramics makers
Furnace, forge, foundry.
r o l l i n g mill workers
E l e c t r i c a l and electronic
wortcers
Engineering and a l l i e d trades
wortcers'apt elsewhere
c l a s s i f i e d ..
woodworkers
Leather workers
.
Textile workers
^ -^
Clothing workers
"-.
Food, drink and tot)acco workers.^
Ps^er and p r i n t i n g workers
^ ~^-Makers of other products
Construction workers
Painters and decorators
Drivers of stationary engines.
cranes, e t c .
ija\>o\irers not elsevtoere
classifi^|l^
Transport afc communications
workers
Warehousemen, storekeepers.
packers, b o t t l e r s
Clerical workers
1 Sales woiiKers
Service, sport and recreation
workers
A<3tolnlstrators and managers
Profiesslonal, technical
workers, a r t i s t s
Armed Forces
Inadeouately described
occupations
Persons economically inactive
Total
661
4
Z
61
17
-
-
2
.
690
9
22
-
-
-
.
1
Z
-
-
£5
44
30
4
.
45
22
7
3
.
.
-
-
4i8
4
• ^
1
.
U
46
45
3
-
-
-
_
~
29
1
2
1
3,195
48
109
7
292
2
20
-
4.85
3
8
1
S
-
-
-
-
-
13
2
-
1
22
14
12
ZZ
1
5
125
37
4€i
3
4
134
56
4
19
14
48
57
45
46
12
9
6
5
4
-
-
-
-.
-
93
35
1
15
6
20
2
4
52
20
4-i)
2EJ
1
1
3
1
377
175
16
82
43
194
7
32
408
118
174
8
4
5
8
166
3
121
3
5
_
-
4,484
73
32
9
-
1
38
2
1
14
3
9
43
3
g
6
17
6
1
1
1
5
1
-
23
9
1
1
1
8
6
1
2
1
2
2
1
2
5
-
25
20
3
2
5
9
2
3
33
5
13
e1i
4
1
S
1
12
7
182
138
29
85
41
132
14
14
366
79
-
6
136
6
97
11
-
19
12
1
88
120
-
3
2
1
1
.
-
- \
>
-
-
2
.
25
1
m
216 '
302
1
2
•••-
-'
86
53
2
22
8
29
1
T
37
16
226
160
7
36
24
38
8
7
8
5
152
1
.
1
4
-
.
. -
2
1
10
91
22
3
8
18
2
2
15
15
-
~-
.
1
32
8
-
-
-
2
194
10
1
.
11
356
64
13
2
-
20
1,454
74
Zi
3
-
55
1,476
41
41
104
8
1
.
2
137
29
13
7
2
8
976
95
44
14
1
31
589
S3
4
80
53
17
191
6
24
42
1
27
10
.
.
1
5
27
10
107
14
12
48
7
21
36
2
57
34
-
-
100
79
600
13
51
ISl
14
66
122
8
104
128
-
4
22
3
6
43
22
47
.
1
-.
.
-
87
2
37
1
26
1
15
4
-
3
-
i£l
1
8
-
1
-
368
37
84
16
72
34
60
61
6
31
1
83
5
131
11
54
5
91
7
206
9
119
49
100
44
18
5
2
53
253
33
148
51
125
120
149
428
35
30
217
2
2
4
1
1
1
-
-
101. . 11
37
-
1
'
T
'•'•^v.
2
2
4
Z
-
12
4
-
2
3
1
1
-
2
-
2
-
13
3
3
14
e
1
11
3
1
-
4
-
le
2
1
10 .
-
11-
. -
*
1
1
1
3
-
2
-
-
19
4
1
-
9
xa
3
1
68
47
2eJ
10
2
30
120
57
511
10
35
129
5
34L
67
3
40
88
6
14
-
4
6
31
14
2
440
47
34
24
27
28
22
61
4
21
. 5
10
11
26
21
IB
10
2£J
A^
48
10
300
6
12
1
•
2
1
2
4
17
26
16
.
13
4
,
1
15
7
3
1
-
3
95
17
4
1
—
14
160
12
3
1
20
3
-
.
925
23
1
2
-
-
63
80
8
5
1
1
29
3,303
197
139
108
78
273
1,161 2,328 368
130
.
9 7 1 ' 2,036
790
397
372
72
167
9,196
1,309
9Xi .
819
559
426
12,545
977
549
514
465
745
7
7
•
'•
Females
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII
XIV
XV
XVI
XVII
XVIII
XIX
XX
XXI
XXII
XXIII
XXIV
XXV
XXVI
XXVII
F a n n e r s , f o r e s t e r s , flsherwomen
Miners and quarrywomen
Gas. coke and ctiemlcals mafcers
G l a s s and c e r a m i c s makers
F u r n a c e , f o r g e , Xoundry,
r o l l i n g m i l l workers
E l e c t r i c a l and e l e c t r o n i c
workers
E n g i n e e r i n g and a l l i e d t r a d e s
woiiters n o t elsewtiere
classified
Woodwoifeers
Leather workers
T e x t i l e woiiters
C l o t l i l n g workers
Food, d r i n k and tobacco w o r k e r s
P a p e r and p r i n t i n g w o r k e r s
Makers of o t h e r p r o d u c t s
c o n s t r u c t i o n workers
P a i n t e r s and d e c o r a t o r s
D r i v e r s of s t a t i o n a r y e n g i n e s .
cranes, e t c .
Labourers n o t elsewhere
classified
T r a n s p o r t and communications
workers
Warehousewomen, s t o r e k e e p e r s ,
packers, b o t t l e r s
C l e r i c a l workers
Sales workers
S e r v i c e , s p o r t and r e c r e a t i o n
woiicers
A d n i n i s t r a t o r s and m a n a g e r e s s e s
Professional, technical workers.
artists
Armed F o r c e s
Inadequately described
occupations
Persons economically
Total
inactive
4
^
1
7
4
-^
1
1
2
7
2
1
2
39
10
6
8
190
23
15
20
-
-
-
•^
-
*
-
-
-
. -
-
_
-
1
-
^
-
2
^
-
_
_
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
*
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
-
-^
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
Z
-
*
•^
-
6
-
2
-
2
-
-
-
*-
-
- ,
-
2
-
.*-~
6
-
-
3
i
i
19
419
57
-
Z
1
59
770
86
i
4
-
-
—
-
1
-
2
25
11
1
2
*
12
3
-
- .•
—
-
^
-
-
8
-
1
Z
1
3
25
1470
56
91
271
Z
303
65
-
160
264
32
-
-
1
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53
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3
71
62
2
147
44
2
138
47
7
5
4
13
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1
94
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-
51
1
121
4
32
24
61
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8
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30
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64
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59
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3
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240
39
13
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841
287
157
121
21
77
6,442
1,123
675
245
352
10.339
1,111
957
265
644
950 1,927
416
232
1.229
1,883
648
449
433
150
123
8,163
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556
451
11.608
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478
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TABLE 21 - Education
County : County Borough
Terminal Education Ages o£ Persons 15 Years and over
by Sex, Age Group and Occupation Order - continued
to
Age group
~
O c c u p a t i o n Order
Under
15
Not
20 s t a t e d
o
r
n o t Under
17-19 and
o v e r a p p l l c a - 15
able
16
15
15
Age a t which f u l l - t i m e
16
45 and o v e r
25-44
20-24
15-19
education ceased
Not
20 S t a t e d Under
o
17-19 and r n o t
15
over a p p l i c able
15
16
20
17-19 and
over
Not
Stated
o r n o t Under
15
appllcable
15
16
17-19
Not
20 S t a t e d
and o r n o t
over a p p l i c able
o
Londonderry County B > r o u ^
Males
I
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
VIII
IX
X
XI
XII
XIII
XIV
XV '
XVI
XVII
XVIII
XIX ^
XX
XXI
XXII
XXIII
XXIV
XXV
XXVI
XXVII
Farmers, f o r e s t e r s , n s b e r m e n
Miners and quarryBien
Gas, cofce and d i e m l c a l s makers
G l a s s and c e r a m i c s makers
Furnace, forge, foundry.
r o l l i n g m i l l workers
E l e c t r i c a l and e l e c t r o n i c
workers
E n g i n e e r i n g and a l l i e d t r a d e s
w o r k e r s n o t elsevfiiere
classified
Wpodworlcers
Lefittber workers
T e x t i l e workers
Clo t i l i n g ' p o l i t e r s
Food, d r i n k a n d t o b a c c o woilters
P a p e r and p r i n t i n g w o r k e r s
Makers of o t h e r p K ) d u c t s
Cons t r u e t l on workers" ^P a i n t e r s and d e c o r a t o r s " ,^
D r i v e r s of s t a t i o n a r y e n g i n e s . . .
cranes, e t c .
Labourers n o t elsewhere
classified
T r a n s p o r t and communications
workers
Warehousemen, s t o r e k e e p e r s .
packers, "bottlers
C l e r i c a l workers
S a l e s workers
S e r v i c e , s p o r t and r e c r e a t i o n
workers
A t l n i i n l s t r a t o r s and managers
Professional, technical
woilcers, a r t i s t s
Armed F o r c e s
Inadequately described
occupations
Persons economically I n a c t i v e
Total
5
4
2
9
-
-
-
8
1
-
-
-
-
-
6
1
-
-
1
21
ZZ
16
2
163
28
1
6
15
32
8
4
41
25
58
14
1
_
1
7
1
1
-
-
-
2
7
-
18
58
15
2
.
83
15
5
224
55
7
31
4
2
1
.
-
1
2
3
1
1
7
1
-.
2
3
-
_
-
1
87
6
2
3
-
2
-
21
-
-
-
-
-
_
-.
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
18
-
1
-
-
-
2S
20
12
-
9
53
11
9
7
-
1
82
18
49
17
4
13
-
14
5
2
6
2
2
4
3
1
2
7
2
^
-
9
3
2
-
28
6
1
2
10
7
2
6
22
4
18
7
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-
1
2
491
103
26
21
48
123
26
7
199
89
-
-
-
-
5
2
-..
63
5
46
1
71
21
-
8
1
11
_
-
15
1
5
1
90
33
5
1
1
3
4
14
4
1
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-
2
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-
8
2
-
2
2
2
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1
1
1
1
1
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a
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12
20
8
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21
12
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1
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1
1
.
1
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26
13
43
13
21
31
5
13
16
5
58
20
88
3
33
2
13
6
13
8
-
17
35
14
146
14
43
31
58
43
4
10
2
-
1
1
2
2
-
68
6
2
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-
-
4
13
17
58
4
8
13
9
.
8
72
3
-
.
3
2
4
1
»
558
61
1
.
-
568
1^
871
449
203
227
-
9
4
2
2
-
2
67
2
2
2
-
1
37
11
3
-
22
812
27
6
2
-
34
-
593
76
30
12
1
S3
594
31
8
12
2
15
128
132
322
18
58
77
8
44
66
3
73
50
-
5
10
5
6
11
119
138
318
11
43
80
10
36
70
3
29
51
-
-
1
4
5
6
20
3
1
362
23
58
14
37
14
28
25
2
4
11
2
475
45
44
11
20
16
18
29
3
4
18
1
2
56
99
23
60
23
30
39
38
188
10
5
1
44
7
10
1
17
-
30
5
128
3
-
4
29
1
1
_
2
12
681
2
2
52
53
79
7
16
1
3
14
12
-
1
1
-
2
4 '
2
-
2
1
4
2
7
4
1
1
3
30
148
~
1
1
4
51
29
95
1,148
1
-
_
-
17
10
42
465
11
6
2
1
8
7
-
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7
30
13
--
227
110
20
9
92
115
21
10
126
59
3
-
2
-
2
20
~*
_
—
—
40
3
2
1
1
3,875
639
388
324
226
-
5
2
1
—
-
-.
1
3
3
2
5
2
1
4
5
1
5
12
1,108
75
46
37
. 23
76
158
4,724
441
289
253
172
215
2:
53
>
a
as
Females
Farmers» f o r e s t e r s , flsherwomen
Miners and quarrywomen
Gas, cofce and ctieniicals makers
Glass and ceramics makers
Furnace, forge, foundry.
r o l l i n g mill workers
VI
E l e c t r i c a l and electronic
workers
Engineering and a l l i e d trades
VII
workers not elsewliere
classified
VIII
woodwortcers
IX
Leather workers
X
Textile workers
XI
Clotiling workers
XII
Food, drink and tobacco workers
XIII
Paper and p r i n t i n g workers
XIV
Makers of other products
XV
construction workers
XVI
Painters and decorators
XVII Drivers of stationary engines.
cranes, e t c .
XVIII Labourers not elsewhere
cleisslfled
Transport and communications
XIX
workers
XX
Warehousewomen, storekeepers.
packers, h o t t l e r s
XXI
Clerical woilcers
XXII
Sales woriters
x n i i Service, sport and recreation
woiicers
XXIV
Administrators and manageresses
XXV
Professional, technical workers,
artists
XXVI
Armed Forces
^XVII Inadequately described
occupations
I
II
III
IV
V
Persons economically Inactive
Total
—.
-
-
_
-
-
_
_
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
- . -
-
1
1
*
3
£
386
3
1
5
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4
5
620
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6
9
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1
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3
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1
1
492
1
6
7
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56
36
149
155
2
76
15
1
24
4
-
3
3
24
35
62
2
51
31
1
65
16
1
51
7
-
49
61
122
8
66
26
1
76
30
1
95
17
-
-
1
4
3
8
1
3
7
4
20
45
HI
7
19
22
149
186
10
5
2
185
27
8
8
1
2
582
22
18
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
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1
-
37
1
17
1
22
3
31
-
700
6
5
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-
21
-
38
1
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-
3
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4
11
4
3
7
13
.
-
4
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8
42
11
57
1
36
1
141
3
12
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1
51
88
5
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27
4
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24
4
7
-
14
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-
-
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4
17
14
12
1
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68
40
29
4
^
2,955
328
192
210
39
127
4,512
377 323
295
86
319
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a
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:?;
a
275 165
152
66
71
4,888
553 3?9
420
193
220
6,343
514
437
431
168
435
5d
.
Z
26
-
1
37
22
6
4
354
379
700
1,239
128
60
369
1,205
3
2
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3
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TABLE 22 • Occupations : Population aged 15 and over by 0... upation and Industrial Status
:^sa^ga
County : County Borough ^
'ii'i;;
Males
Employers and
fnanagers
Large
estaD11 shments
Females
WorKers
Foremen on own Apprentices
account
and
QtUer
and
super- (without
employees
v i s o r s employ- a r t i c l e d
clerks
ees)
small
estat)-llshments
sssssasss^ss^
Eauployers and
manageresses
Out
or
Occupation
Total
ForeLarge Small women
e s t a b - e s t a b - and
l l a t i - l i s h - superments ments v i s o r s
Total
work
Workers
on owQ ApprentOut
ices
account
other
and
(without
employees of
woilc
employ- a r t i c l e d
clerks
ees)
Londonderry County
•
592
*'
•
2.521
650
.
•
•
•
• 37,809
6J95
953
16,907
4,138 32,556
5,253
.-*
5
•
•
1,317
52
5,398
-
15
7
1
4
-
IX
-
5,358
4
15
K .6
6
1
1 •
1
-
^ ^ - .
8
"•"'••-<
-
3,395
3,989
971
893
1,104 11,271
zz
id
£,858.
39
138
338
£1
9Z4
11
29
100
94
47
56
000.
001.
6,689
3,797 002.
72 003.
180 004.
477 005.
150
•
*
-
i ^^
1
*
1
50
-
. -
-
10,751
94
266
156
Total econonically i n a c t i v e
I n s t i t u t i o n Inmates
Retired
Students
Otbers economically i n a c t i v e
27,214
287
64
1
10
250
I I I . Gas, ocke and chemicals makers
**
10
1
178
9
12 020.
021.
238
Fumacemen, coal gas and coke ovens
Chemical production process workers
n.e.c.
3
15
5
IV. Glass and ceramics makers
-
7
z
1
70
220
*
70
•
217
2
~
Ceramic formers
Glass formers, f i n i s h e r s and decorators '
Fumacemen, kllnmen, glass and
ceramic
-
n
w
:3
858
8,614
13
50
3
40
1
-
-
-
-
-
1—
-
-
-
3
-
-
-
-
-
•
*
-
3
-
*
-
-
1
53
-
-
13
1
—
188
3
-
-
-
9 030.
031.
032.
4
.
o
2
45
20
188
• :
m
Fishermen
Fanners, farm managers, market
gardeners
Agricultural workers n . e . c .
Agrlculturad machinery d r i v e r s
Gardeners and groundsmen
Foresters and woodmen
91
-
575
•
O
353
fishennen
Coal mine - face workers
coal mine - otjier underground workers
Coal mine - workers above ground
coal miners (so described)
Workers below ground n . e . c .
Surface workers n . e . c . - mines and
quarries
•
15
817
1,207
125,175
z
'
Total oca5)ied
3
;
1
.
012.
013.
5 014.
145 015.
-
-
.
I I . Miners and quarrymen
bu.
8
•
I , Farmers, foicesters,
010.
1
37,965
Total persons aged 15 and over
-
>
033.
Cei^ffilcat
034.
Glass and ceramics production
process workers n.e^c*
5
18
V. Furnace, foirge, foundry, r o l l i n g
mill woricers
63
26
040.
041.
1
5
IS
18
15
15
21
31
9
5
17
50
21
z
19
32
z
9
49
106
263
43
479
ig
8
83
19
63
47
111
7
5
11
1
2
3
36
9
£
34
8£
55
271
7
14
18
838
149
1.415
7
3
29
20
7
323
d e c o r a t o r s and f l i i i s l i e r s
Fumaceraen - metal
Rolling, tube rail! operators, metal
drawers
o
o
042. Moulders and coremakers (foundiy)
043* Smiths, rorgemen
044. Metal making and treating workers
n.e.c.
045.
Fettlers, raetal dressers
Vt. Electrical and electronic WDikers
050.
Radio and radar mechanics
051.
052.
053.
054.
055.
056.
I n s t a l l e r s and repairmen, telephone
Linesmen, cable Jointers
Electricians
Klectrlcal and electronic f i t t e r s
Ass«nhlers ( e l e c t r i c a l and electronic)
Electrical engineers (so described)
VII. BigLneeiing and a l l i e d trades
m)ikers n.e«c.
d
2:
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1-5
23
15
8
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1
9
17
4
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3
8
1
1
241
13
7
1
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14
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4
ZX
16
18
7
531
IB
76
6
5
Z
zz
1
46
1
1
16
9
3
29
28
43
9
b49
44
060.
Sheet raetal workers
061.
062.
063.
064.
065.
Constructional engineers; riggers
Metal plate worfcers; r i v e t e r s
Gas, e l e c t r i c welders, cutters;
braziers
Machine tool s e t t e r s , setter-operators
Machine tool operators
066.
Tool makers, t o o l room f i t t e r s
067.
068.
2 069.
158
15 070.
11 0 7 1 .
072.
15 073.
F i t t e r s , machine ^rectors, e t c .
Engineers (so described)
Electro-platers, dip platers and
related wonders
Plumbers, lead burners, pipe f i t t e r s
6
Z4-
37 074*
10
5
075. Goldanlths, silversmiths, Jewelleiy
makers
16
13 076. Coach, carriage, wagon builders and
repairers
077.
90 078.
1
1
a
o
ff
o
2
3
1
o
a
o
:z;
2:
Metal woikers n . e . c .
Watch and chronometer makers and
repairers
Preclslcm instnmient makers and
repairers
5
24
1
P r e s s workers and stampers
1
65
1
Inspectors (metal and e l e c t r i c a l goods)
Other metal making, working; Jewellery
and e l e c t r i c a l production process
workers
or
22-J Dccupations
TABLE
; Population
aged
15 a n d o v e r by O c c u p a t i o n
and I n d u s t r i a l
- continued
Status
County
Bnployers and 1
managers
Workers
JForemen on own Apprentices
and
account
.arge
small
Other
and
fstab- e s t a b - super- (wltHout
employees
l i s H - v i s o r s employ- a r t i c l e d
lents
ees)
clerfcs
mehts
Employers and j
manageresses
Out
of
work
Total
Occupation
Londonderry County -
.
22
12
64
219
425
54
796
20
9
61
209
3
5
1
1
376
5
39
44
.-
-
6
719
8
56
1
1
11
15
10
68
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15
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3
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080.
081.
082.
083.
064.
085.
ON
DC Leather woikers
T e x t i l e woxkers
iDO.
^^102.
:iC3.
104.
1D5.
1D6.
XI. C l o t h i n g workers
2 2 ilO» T a i l o r s ; d r e s s , l i g h t clothing makers
10 1 111. Upholsterers and r e l a t e d woiicers
j l l 2 . Sewers and embroiderers, t e x t i l e and
l i g h t l e a t h e r products
113. Clothing and r e l a t e d products makers
92
n.e.c.
37
1
HibodwDikers
Fihre preparers
(j5plnners, doublers
(winders, r e e l e r s
Warpers, s l z e r s , drawers-ln
weavers
Knitters
Bleachers and f i n i s h e r s of t e x t i l e s
Etyers of t e x t i l e s
(Rope, twine and n e t makers
) 107. (Other t e x t i l e f a b r i c s and r e l a t e d
( products makers and examiners n . e . c ,
11)
n08. Textile f a b r i c s , e t c . , production
41
process workers n . e . c .
161
workers
Apprenton owQ
Out
ices
account
Other
[without
and - OBployees of
employ- a r t i c l e d
work
ees)
clerfcs
continued
-
"1
Carpenters and Joiners
Cabinet makers
Sawers and wood wonting mactilnlsts
Coopers, hoop makers and Denders
P a t t e r n makers
Woodwoifeers n . e . c .
X.
ForeLarge small women
e s t a b - e s t a b - and
l i s h - l i s h - supei^
ments ments v i s o r s
Total
090. Tanners; leaUierp fur d r e s s e r s .
fellmongers
6 1 091. SbosBakers and shoe r e p a i r e r s
092. Cutters, l a s t e r s , sewers, footwear.
and r e l a t e ^ workers
1
6 093. Leather pi*oducts makers n . e . c .
. *
^
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-
8
-
3
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Borough
Females
Males
-
: County
-
5
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281
5
5
16
9
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48
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4
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6
2,420
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29
32
37
351
52
543
35
5
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30
17
20
49
61
1
238
2
8
U
80 120. Bakers and pastry cooks
157 121. Butcbers and meat c u t t e r s
1 122. Brewers, wine makers and r e l a t e d workers
302 123. Food processors n,o«c«
3 124. Tobacco preparers and products makers
6
24
11
1
1
z
5
6
18
23
3
2
2
2
13
14
8
5
5
1
-
1
1
7
44
157
94
123
120
561
147
6
6
1 ^
36
6
88
4
309
9
40
3
21
24
36
23
113
37
93
28
5
73
11
1£5
9
25
;
1
7
130.
131.
132.
133.
134.
135.
87
1
2
12
72
1,216
140.
141.
142.
143.
Makers of paper and paperboard
P€tf)er products makers
Compositors
Printing press operators
Printers (so described)
Printing woiiters n . e . c .
XIV. Mfikers o f o t h e r products
Workers i n rubber
Workers i n p l a s t i c s
craftsmen n . e . c .
OtHer production process woikers
35
56
188
40
2
33
56
12
176
5
35
19
328
2
347
51
400
1
82
29
14
7
145
20
2
170* Boiler- firemen
171. Crane and tiolst operators; sllngers
172. Operators of eartti moving and other
165
construction macbinexy n.e.c.
2 173. Boiler scalers
174. Stationary engine, materials handling
plant operators n.e.c.; oilers and
100
greasers
3
25
5
91
490
28
97
409
30
50
46
4
6
11£
272
5
103
255
1
8
17
13
12
o
o
2
11
2
10
XV. G3nstruction workers
150. Bricklayers, t i l e setters
151. Masons, stone c u t t e r s , s l a t e workers
152. Plasterers^ c ^ e n t finishers,
194
terrazzo workers
203 153. Builders {so described); clerks of works
301
154. Construction workers n.e.c.
XV[. I^ednters and decorators
347
83
440
XIII. P e ^ r and printing voikors
45
12
16
53
12
Z
32
1
30
13
-
XII. Food, d r i i k , and tobacco iwoikers
41
160. Aerograpliers» p a i n t sprayers
161. Painters, decorators n-e.c.
X^I. Drivers of stationary aiguies,
cranest etc.
CO
o
O
c
o
P:
o
tr
o
s:
a
o
a
30
50
•-<
-4
County
TABLE 22 - Occupations : Population aged 15 and over by Occupation and Industrial Status - continued
Females
Males
Employers and
managers
Large
establishments
wonders
Foreme'ti on own
and
account
super- (without
v i s o r s employees)
small
establishments
Apprentices
and
articled
clerics
Employers and
manageresses
Other
employees
Out
32
-
11
—
~
1
-
-
.-
-
Total
or
work
2,813
1,191
4,036
-
32
5
48
_
—
74
38
22
42
96
81
-
•-
3
99
6
37
1,318
1,206
1
20
6
12
639
444
4
120
12
49
1,964
1,662
1 8 0 . Railway lengtbmen
L a b o u r e r s and u n s k i l l e d w o r k e r s n . e . c dhemical and a l l i e d t r a d e s
181.
E n g i n e e r i n g and a l l i e d t r a d e s
1S2.
F o u n d r i e s i n e n g i n e e r i n g and a l l i e d
183.
trades
T e x t i l e s ( n o t t e x t i l e goods)
184.
Goke o v e n s and g a s works
185.
G l a s s and c e r a m i c s
166.
B u i l d i n g and c o n t r a c t i n g
1B7.
Other
188.
2,216
XEX. Transport and c o n n u n i c a t i o n s
workers
X
-
.
'
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•
-
-
^
_
-
-
•
•
•
•
,
,
7
12
^
Workers
Foreon own
women a c c o u n t
small
and [ w i t h o u t
establishsupep- employees)
ments v l s o r s
Apprentices
Out
Other
and
employees of
articled
work
clerks
o
continued
-
-
Large
Total estiab11 s h ments
Occupation
Londonderry CDunty -
- ,
County Borough g
J M I I . Labourers n . e . c .
21
-
-
-
-
20
1
-
-
-
-
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12:
31
12
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247
.
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8
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20
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36
21
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3
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35
—
3
32
14
61
—
—
26
8
143
34
986
14
11
113
-
-
—
16
19
4
1
-
-
5
191
1
138
18
1
-
1
36
-
12
3
27
8
157
85
1,131
21
6
20
22
1
230
1
150
23
190. Deck, e n g i n e e r i n g o f f i c e r s and
p i l o t s , ship
1 9 1 . Deck and engineroom r a t i n g s , b a r g e
and boatmen
1 9 2 . A i r c r a f t p i l o t s , n a v i g a t o r s and
flight engineers
1 9 3 . D r i v e r s , motonnen, f i r e m e n , r a i l w a y
engine
1 9 4 . Railway g u a r d s
1 9 5 . D r i v e r s of b u s e s , c o a c h e s , t r a m s
4 9 6 . D r i v e r s of o t h e r r o a d p a s s e n g e r v e h i c l e s
1 9 7 . D r i v e r s of r o a d goods v e h i c l e s
198. I n s p e c t o r s , s u p e r v i s o r s , t r a n s p o r t
199. S h u n t e r s , p o i n t s m e n
200. T r a f f i c c o n t r o l l e r s and d i s p a t c h e r s .
transport
2 0 1 . Telephone o p e r a t o r s
2 0 2 . T e l e g r a p h and r a d i o o p e r a t o r s
2 0 3 . Postmen, m a i l s o r t e r s
204. Messengers
I205. Bus and tram c o n d u c t o r s
206. P o r t e r s , t i c k e t c o l l e c t o r s , r a i l w a y
77
-
2
*
74
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58
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331
44
413
30
7
1
5
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7
25
5
-
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254
77
30
14
317
96
71
-
551
31
665
-
-
-
-
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—
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5
7
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20
51
104
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593
27
596
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15
227
-
166
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71
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82 207. Stevedores, dock laboxirers
160 208. Lorry d r i v e r s ' mates, van guards
209. Woricers i n t r a n s p o r t and communication
9
occupations n . e . c .
8
1
Z
16
16
18
1
7
—
65
142
3
87
1 ^
Z
14
106
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1
7
5
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38
63
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7
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3
9
14
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5
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-
3
3
5
—
—
—
-
-.
2
-
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9
17
2
58
5
-
145
-
-
3
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44
78
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92
3
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1
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10
1^0^
30
1
105
"
5
207
^5
-
15
15
26
190
76
19
16
1
"*
140
-
61
836
13
312
88
83
-
5
-\
3j
117
^
15
18
1
15
*-
41
35
28
12
7
8
27
73
5
6
*-
-
XX. Warehousanen, storekeepers,
packers, b o t t l e r s
210. Wareliousemen, storekeepers and
assistants
211. Packers, l a b e l l e r s and r e l a t e d workers
XXI. Q e r i c a l wDikers
220. Typists, shorthand w r i t e r s , s e c r e t a r i e s
221. Clerics, C£LSliiers, office macMne
601
operators
52 222. Civil service executive o f f i c e r s
223* Civil servants, locad aut3iorlty
10
o f f i c i a l s (so described)
2
2.474
XXII* Sales woricers
413 230.
231.
655
223 232.
408 233.
234.
214
133 ^ 3 5 .
151 236.
237.
153
238,
7
117 239*
XUII. Service, sport and recreation
woricers
1,304
15
396
111
137
103
P r o p r i e t o r s and managers, food s a l e s
P r o p r i e t o r s and managers, non-food
sales
Sbop salesmen and a s s i s t a n t s , food
Sbop salesmen and a s s i s t a n t s , non-food
Roundsmen (bread, milk, laundry.
soft drinks)
S t r e e t vendors, hashers
Garaige p r o p r i e t o r s
Commercial t r a v e l l e r s , manufacturers*
agents
Finance, Insurance brokers, financial
agents
Salesmen, s e r v i c e s ; valuers, auctioneers
250.
251.
252.
253.
254.
255.
15
80 256.
43 257.
36 258.
259.
34
79 260.
3 261.
Fire brigade o f f i c e r s and men
Police o f f i c e r s and men
Guards and r e l a t e d workers n . e . c .
Publicans, Innkeepers
Barmen, barmaids
Lodging bouse, h o t e l keepers, housekeepers, stewards and matrons
Restaurateurs, w a i t e r s , counter hands
Cooks
Kitchen hands
Maids, v a l e t s and r e l a t e d service
workers n,e,o.
Caretakers, office keepers
Chimney sweeps
—
209
***
'^
—
1
41
168
1
1,281
44
-
"
1
351
12
—
3
7
—
925
32
—
^
5
54
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-
1
1,249
20
112
13
104
4
40
"
220
257
662
16
72
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132
-
1
12
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2
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2,578
2
2
52
27
399
326
229
188
756
35
—
31
.
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78
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21
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1
16
13
22
18
^
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—
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15
-
—
•
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3
'9
6
858
60
—
—
—
—
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30
10
-
^
177
30
364
1
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40
137
1,338
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1
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7
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117
37
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20
34
1
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236
616
-
51
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2,057
-
-
21
274
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s:
a
5
250
246
209
169
17
37
14
19
633
34
123
1
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TAB|1£ 22 - Occupations : P o p u l a t i o n aged 15 and over by Occupation and I n d u s t r i a l S t a t u s - continued
County : County Borough
1i a l e s
workers
ApprentForemen on own
ices
account
Large
and
small
and
estat)- estali- super- (without
11 sh11SH- v i s o r s employ- a r t i c l e d
ments
ments
ees)
clerks
Employers and
manageresses
Out
Ot
work
Other
employees
Occupation
Total
Total
Londonderry County -
Large
estahllshments
1 workers
1women
Fore- on own
account
Apprentices
Out
Small
Other
and
e s t a b - and (without
employees of
woiifc
l i s h - super- employ- a r t i c l e d
ments v i s o r s
ees)
clerks
.:
•
continued
n
XXIII. Service, sport and r e c r e a t i o n
vjorkers - continued
1
13
1
1
•
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6
29
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—
25
13
14
4
2
2
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21
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2
335
38
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24
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16
52
128
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10
78
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14
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15
62
131
9
224
65
779
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36
cleaners
57 263. Hairdressers, manicurists, heautlclans
21 264- LaundeirerSr dry cleaners and p r e s s e r s
265. AtJiletes, sportsmen and r e l a t e d
woxicers
8
266. Hospital or weLTd o r d e r l i e s ; ambulance
men
31
267. Service, sport and r e c r e a t i o n workers
99
n.e.c.
377
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104
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270. Ministers of the Crown; M.Ps. ( n . e . c . ) ;
senior govemraent o f f i c i a l s
271. Local a u t h o r i t y senior o f f i c e r s
272. Managers In engineering and a l l i e d
17
trades
63 273. Manajgers In building and contracting
143 274. Managers in mining and production n . e . c .
4. 275. Personnel managers
10 276. Sales managers
- 277. company d i r e c t o r s
93 278. Managers n . e . c .
XXV. P r o f e s s i o n ^ , technical workers,
artists
103
20
44
60
1
21
4
302
38
12
280.
281.
282.
283.
284.
285.
286.
287.
288.
289.
Medical p r a c t i t i o n e r s (qualified)
Dental p r a c t i t i o n e r s
Nurses
Pharmacists, dispensers
Radlograpliers (medical and I n d u s t r i a l )
Medical worfeers n . e . c .
University teacliers
Teachers n . e . c .
'
C i v i l , s t r u c t u r a l , municipal engineers
Mechanical engineers
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1,608
65
620
620
11 290. Electrical engineers
40 291. Technologists n . e . c .
292. GHemlsts; pl^slcal fiuid biological
43
scientists
293» AUtaiors, Journalists and related
U
workers
294. Stage managers, actors, entertainers,
8
mslclans
4 295. P a l i t e r s , sculptors and related
creative a r t i s t s
63 296. Accoimtants, professional; company
secretaries and registrars
78
297. surveyors, arcUltects
167 298. Clergy, ministers, members of
religious orders
38
17 299. Judges, barristers, advocates,
36
solicitors
21 310. social welfare and related workers
63
76 311. Professional workers n.e.c.
312. Dr^^tsmen
313. Laboratory assistants, technicians
1.573 314. Tecbnlcal and related workers n . e . c .
XXVI. Anned forces ( B d t i s h and
1,508
foreign)
65 320. Anned forces (lf,K.)
321. Armed forces {commonwealt3i and foreign)
XXVII. Inadequately described
621
occi^ations
621 330. Inadequately described occupations
1
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120
121
120
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15,976
374
626
402
568
492
8,548
Total persons aged 15 and over
2,908 13,918
Total oca5)ied
2,058
1,313
615
130
18
61
15
3
82
60
170
3
42
2
4
50
36
1
3
1
5
25
96
1
41
2
8.688
Total economiQally inactive
Institution Inmates
Retired
Students
Others economically inactive
I . Faimers, foresters,
000.
001.
002.
003.
004.
005.
fishennai
Fishermen
Farmers, farm managers, market gardeners
Agricultural workers h . e . c .
Agricultural machinery drivers
Gardeners and groundsmen
Foresters and woodmen
a
o
19,431
2:
53
133
145
197
10,743
19
•
866
365
9,512
2
2
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TABLE 22 - Occupations
: Population aged 15 and over by Occupation and Industrial S t a t u s -
Large
establishments
Small
establishments
Workers
ApprentForemen! on ovjn
ices
account
and
and
(without
supera
r
t
icled
v i s o r s employclerks
ees)
Employers and
manageresses
Other
employees
Occupation
Out
or
Total
Total
work
Londonderry (bunty, Borou^ -
010.
oil.
012.
013.
014.
3 015.
Z
15
15
146
11
16
Z
130
9
1
Coal mine - face workers .
Coal mine - other underground workers
Goal mine - workers ahove ground
Coal miners (so described)
Workers below ground n.e.c.
Surface workers n.e.c. - mines and
quarries
172
III. Gas, coke and diaidcals makers
oao. Fumacemen, coal gas and coke ovens
021. C^einlcal productlcai process .workers
n.e.c,'
154
24
19
030.
031.
032.
033.
034.
52
z
5
z
1
7
1
56
6
z
13
9
z
9
4
28
16
1
1
Z
1
3
245
64
397
iz
65
41
3
1
4
ForeLarge Small women
estab-l es tab- and
11 sh- l l s h - super-|
ments ments visors
Workers
on own Apprentices
account
Other Out
and
(wl thou t
employees! or
a
r
t
i
c
l
e
d
employclerKs
work
ees)
n
a
00
o
o
m
IV. Glass and ceranics makers
1
1
18
^
continued
II. Miners and quarrymen
9
: County Borough
Females
Hales
Employers and
managers
County
continued
Ceramic formers
Glass formers, f i n i s h e r s , and decorators
Fiimacetrien, fcilnmen, glass and ceramic
CeramlCSV decorators and f i n i s h e r s
Glass: and ceramics production process
yioliters n . e . c .
V. Fuinace, forge, foundry, r o l l i n g
mill tMoikers
040. nu:iiacemen - metal
041. Rolling, tube m i l l operators, metal
drawers
042. Moulders. and coremafcers (foundiy)
043. a n l t h s , forgemen
044. Metal making and t r e a t i n g workers
n.e.c.
045. Fettlejrk, .metal dressers
\ I . E l e c t n c a i and e l e c t r o n i c workers
Z4- 050i Riiib'and raxiar mechanics '
79 051. I n s t a l l e r s and repairmen, telephone
46 0521 Linesmen, cahle J d i n t e r s
30
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4
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8
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1
3
156
13
65
14
50
-
10
-
163
749
571
1.551
1
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6
6
Z
16
106
6
4
S4
15
29
19
62
14
308
16
7 060. Sheet metal woiiters
2
33
57 061. Constructional engineers; r i g g e r s
22
44 062, Metal p l a t e workers; r i v e t e r s
4
40 063, Gas, e l e c t r i c welders, c u t t e r s ; b r a z i e r s
9
36 064. Macibine tool s e t t e r s , s e t t e r - o p e r a t o r s
109
176 065. Machine tool operators
3
35 066. Tool mafcers, tool room f i t t e r s
31 1 467 067. F i t t e r s , madilne e r e c t o r s , e t c .
3
30 068. Engineers (so described)
069. E l e c t r o - p l a t e r s , dip p l a t e r s and
8
11
r e l a t e d woi^ers
15
108 070. Plxambers, lead burners, pipe f i t t e r s
65
98 1 071. Press workers and stampers
25
36 072. Metal workers n . e . c .
073. Watch and chronometer makers and
9
repairers
1
074. Precision instrument makers and
repairers
1
12
075. Goldsmiths, s i l v e r s m i t h s . Jewellery
makers
~
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076. Coach, c a r r i a g e , wagon b u i l d e r s and
1
9
repairers
84
112 077. Inspectors {metal and e l e c t r i c a l goods)
078. Other metal making, working; jewellery
and e l e c t r i c a l production process
155
264
workers
3
1
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3
2
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104
16
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3
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1
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20
227
65
396
201
4
5
1
47
5
1
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9
338
14
10
4.
1
29
27
16
69
2
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1
2
16
1
10
3
52
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2
7
1
4
3
11
00
_
-
Electricians E l e c t r i c a l and e l e c t r o n i c f i t t e r s
Assemblers ( e l e c t r i c a l and e l e c t r o n i c )
E l e c t r i c a l engineers (so described)
13
1
42
•-
39
053.
054,
055*
056.
90
7
20
10
1
8
^
Z
YII. EhgLneering and a l l i e d t r a d e s
wDiicers n. e, c.
V I I I . Woodworkers
080.
081.
082.
083.
084.
085.
Carpenters and J o i n e r s
Cabinet makers
Sawers and wood working machinists
Coopers, hoop makers and benders
P a t t e r n makers
Woodworkers n.e.c.
DC Leather workers.
090, Tanners; l e a t h e r , fur d r e s s e r s ,
rellmongers
091. Shoemakers and shoe r e p a i r e r s
092. Cutters, l a s t e r s , sewers, footwear,
and r e l a t e d workers
093. Leather products makers n . e . c .
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TABLE 22 - <D c c u p a t i o n s : P o p u l a t i o n
a g e d 15 and o v e r
by O c c u p a t i o n
and I n d u s t r i a l
Status -
continueaI
County
Males
Employers and
managers
Large
establa shin en t s
Sruall
establishments
—
—
—
-
-
! Employers and
1 manageresses
WOiicers
Foremen on own Apprentices
account
and
Out
Other
and
super- (without
employees or
a
r
t
i
c
l
e
d
visors employwoUc
clerks
ees)
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6
6
13
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3
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1
4
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•
-
Occupation
Total
-
—
-
—
13
1
4
—
1
-
1
XII. Food, drink and td>acco^toikers
-
-
—
-
T a i l o r s ; d r e s s , l l ^ t clothing makers
Upholsterers and r e l a t e d woiiters
Sewers and embroldereris, t e x t i l e and
l i ^ t l e a t h e r products
Clothing and r e l a t e d products makers
n.e*c.
148
1S4
-
1
1
5
XE* CLothix^ woikers
10
17
IB
32
mm.
16
249
ilO
99
5
-
32
398
-
-
185
33
9
4
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—
1
260
1
24
-
14
23
-
—
3
!
(Sgplnners, doublers
(Winders, r e e l e r s
Wari)ers, s i z e r s , drawers-ln
Weavers
Knitters
Bleachers and f i n i s h e r s of t e x t i l e s
I ^ e r s of t e x t i l e s
(Bope, twine and n e t makers
) 107. {Otaier t e x t i l e fabrics and r e l a t e d
( products makers and examiners n . e . c .
4)
1D8. Textile fai)rlcs, e t c . production
15
process woilcers n . e . c .
148
IS
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5
1
1
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—
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51
—
55
-
7
6
10
28
li
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6
3
6
1
120. Bakers and pastry cooks
121. Butchers and meat c u t t e r s
1:ZZ, Brewers, wine makers and r e l a t e d
woilcers
65 ' 123. Food processors n . e . e .
1 124. Tobacco preparers and products makers
9
85 '
X I I I . Paper and p r i n t i n g vyorkers
1
4 1
130.
131.
3 6 •• 132.
21 133.
4 134.
8 135.
Makers of paper and pe^erboard
Pe«>er products makers
Compositors
P r i n t i n g press operators
P r i n t e r s (so described)
P r i n t i n g workers n . e . c .
1 J
2
..-
1
•
1
15
Small
estab-f
llshments
Workers
Foreon own Apprentices
Out
women
account
Other
and
(without
employees of
and
work
super- employ- a r t i c l e d
ees)
clerks
'visors
-continued
i) ! .
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8 103.
•
1
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1 fl051 1D6.
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29
5
3
-
Large
establishments
Total
X. T e x t i l e workers
43- iOO# Fibre preparers
23 110.
26 H i .
1JL2.
9
113.
191
2
3
4
1
1
11
1
6
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13
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2
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3
3 .
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4
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Borough
Females
Londonderry County B o r o u ^
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12
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110
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24
7
2,366
1
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1,312
9
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30
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3,135
483
10
10
5
3
1
2,068
291
1,052
188
7
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29
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61
266
117
29
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43
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122
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16
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14
63
16
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18
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19
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82
188 150.
17 -151.
152.
101
153.
43
174 154.
Bricklayers, t i l e s e t t e r s
Masons, stone c u t t e r s , s l a t e woiicers
Plfiusterers, cement flnlsibers,
terrazzo workers
Builders (so described); clerks of
works
Construction workers n . e . c .
141
59
262
XVI. Painters and decorators
3
31
12
129
' 21
38
36
226
160. Aex^ograpbers, p a i n t sprayers
161. P a i n t e r s , decorators n . e . c .
137
31
169
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63
12
13
4
76
i6
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7
1
5
1
54
8
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1,095
922
2
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8
5
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65
78
57
130
10
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-
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255
647
6
7
9
7
416
285
1,328
253
33
•
40
26
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73
13
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4
4 140. Woricers in rubber
12 141. workers m p l a s t i c s
13 142. Crartsmen n . e . c .
20 143. OtHer production process worKers
XV. Construction workers
-
1
XIV, Makers of o t h e r products
523
8
i
49
20
22
-
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1
XVtI. Drivers of stationary aigines.
cranes, etc.
170. Boiler firemen
171. Crane and h o i s t o p e r a t o r s ; s l i n g e r s
172. Operators of earth moving and other
12
construction machinery n . e . c .
2 173. Boiler s c a l e r s
174. Stationary engine, m a t e r i a l s handling
p l a n t operators n . e . c . ; o i l e r s and
63
greasers
2,025
XVIII* Labourers n . e . c .
IBO. Railway lengthmen
Labourers and u n s k i l l e d workers n . e . c . 122 181.. Chemical and a l l i e d trades
209 182.
Engineering and a l l i e d trades
183.
Foundries In engineering and a l l i e d
6
trades
27 184.
Textiles (not t e x t i l e goods)
31 185.
Coke ovens and gas works
7 186.
Glass and ceramics
672 187.
Building and contracting
936 188.
Other
15
1.696
XIX. Transport and comnunications vrorkers
190. Deck engineering o r r i c e r s and p i l o t s ,
ship
191. Deck and englneroom r a t i n g s , barge
and boatmen
91
192. Aircraft p i l o t s , navigators and f l i g h t
engineers
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TABLE 22 - Occupations : Population aged 15 and over by Occupation and Industrial Status - continued
Females
Males
Employers and
manageresses
Employers and
managers
Large
establljshraents
en
Worlcers
Foremen on own Apprentices
account
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and
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and
employees
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superestabl i s h - i visors employ- a r t i c l e d
ees)
clerks
ments
Out
of
work
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Total e s t a b - e s t a b - and
l i s h - l i s h - superments ments v i s o r s
Occupation
Total
Londonderry Goiinty Bt)rDU^ -
Workers Apprenton own
ices
Other
account
and
(without
a r t i c l e d employees
employ- clerks
ees)
Out
of
work
continued
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workers - continued
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25
engine
5 194. Railway guards
107 jS5. Drivers o t buses, coaches, trams
77 196. Drivers or other road passenger vehicles
513 197. Drivers of road goods vehicles
30 198. Inspectors, supervisors, transport
9 199. Shunters, pointsmen
200. Traffic c o n t r o l l e r s and d i s p a t c h e r s ,
6
transport
33 201. Telephone operators
3 202. Telegraph and radio operators
85 203. Postmen, mall s o r t e r s
13 204. Messengers
117 205. Bus and tram conductors
33 206. P o r t e r s , ticKet c o l l e c t o r s / r a i l w a y
419 207- Stevedores, dock labourers
90 208. Lorry drivers* mates, van guards
209. workers i n transport and communication
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210. Warehousemen, storekeepers and
346
assistants
90 ! 211. Packers, l a h e l l e r s and r e l a t e d workers
39
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63
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220. l i a ) l s t s , shorthand w r i t e r s , s e c r e t a r i e s
221. Clerks, c a s h i e r s , office machine
operators
222. Civil service executive o f f i c e r s
223. Civil servants, l o c a l authority
o f f i c i a l s (so described)
193
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1,346
101
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6
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300
122
253
131
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XXIV. Adninistrators and managers
-
81
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24
6
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171
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XXIII. Service, sport and recreation
workers
Fire brigade o f f i c e r s and men
Police o f f l e e r s and men
Guards and r e l a t e d wort:ers n . e . c .
Publicans, innkeepers
Barmen, barmaids
Lodging house, h o t e l keepers, housekeepers, stewards and matrons
Restaurateurs, waiters, counter hands
Cooks
Kitchen hands
Maids, v a l e t s and r e l a t e d service
woiicers n . e . c .
Caretakers, office keepers
Chimney sweeps
Charwomen, office cleaners; window
cleaners
Hairdressers, manicurists, beauticians
Launderers, dry cleaners and p r e s s e r s
Athletes, sportsmen and r e l a t e d workers
Hospital or ward o r d e r l i e s ; ambulance men
Service, sport and r e c r e a t i o n workers
n.e.c.
5
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4
12
37
223
151
95
103
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8
9
74
108
123
428
4
11
44
3
17
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P r o p r i e t o r s and managers, food s a l e s
Proprietors and managers, non-food s a l e s
Sbop salesmen and a s s i s t a n t s , food
Shop salesmen and sisslstants, non-food
Roundsmen (bread, wllk, laundry, soft
drinks)
Street vendors, liawfeers
Garage p r o p r i e t o r s
Commercial t r a v e l l e r s , manufactiu^ers*
agents
Finance, insurance brokers, financial
agents
Salesmen, s e r v i c e s ; vsLluers, auctioneers
27
171
105
5
1
16
1,330
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239.
748
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236.
237.
XX[I. Sales w i k e r s
788
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1
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272.
273.
274.
275.
276.
277.
278.
senior government o f f i c i a l s
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Managers in engineering and a l l i e d trades
Managers in building and contracting
Managers In mining and production n . e . c .
Personnel managers
Sales managers
Company d i r e c t o r s
Managers n . e . c .
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TABLE 2 2 - O c c u p a t i o n s
: Population
aged
15 and o v e r
by O c c u p a t i o n
and I n d u s t r i a l
Status -
continued
County
Employers and
manageresses
Employers and
managers
workers
Foremen on own Apprentand
account
ices
Other
Out
Small
and
employees of
e s t a b - super- (without
lishv i s o r s employ- a r t i c l e d
wo lit
ees)
clerks
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14
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5
6
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281.
282.
283.
284.
285.
286.
287.
288.
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291.
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293.
294.
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workers
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Out
Large small women account
Other
Total e s t a b - e s t a b - and (without
and
employees of
work
l i s h - l i s h - super- employ- a r t i c l e d
ees)
cl exits
^ raents ments v i s o r s
Occupation
727
43
9
69
35
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14
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9
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6
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Males
Large
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B o r ough
: County
297,
298.
299.
310.
311.
312.
313.
314;
continued
XXV. Professional, technical woricers,
artists
Medical p r a c t i t i o n e r s (qfuaimea)
Dental p r a c t i t i o n e r s
Nurses
Pharmacists, dispensers
Radiographers (medical and I n d u s t r i a l )
Medical woiicers n . e . c .
University teachers
Teactiers n . e . c .
C i v i l , s t r u c t u r a l , municipal engineers
Mechanical engineers
E l e c t r i c a l engineers
Technologists n . e . c .
caiemists; p l ^ s l c a l and biological
scientists
Authors, J o u r n a l i s t s and r e l a t e d worfcers
Stage managers, a c t o r s , e n t e r t a i n e r s .
musicians
P a i n t e r s , sculptors and r e l a t e d creative
artists
Accountants, p r o r e s s i o n a l ; company
s e c r e t a r i e s and r e g i s t r a r s
surveyors, a r c h i t e c t s
Clergy, m i n i s t e r s , members or r e l i g i o u s
orders
Judges, b a r r i s t e r s , advocates, s o l i c i t o r s
social welfare and r e l a t e d workers
Protesslonal workers n . e . c .
Draughtsmen
Laboratory a s s i s t a n t s , technicians
Technical and r e l a t e d workers n . e . c .
XXVI. Aixned forces ( B r i t i i ^ and foreign)
320. Armed forces (U.K.)
64 1 321. Armed forces (Commonwealth and foreign)
XXVII. Inadequately described
occi^>aticns
330. Inadequately described occupations
644
13
6
6
239
4
6
10
4
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: Occupied P o p u l a t i o n aged 15 and o v e r by Occupation^ M a r i t a l C o n d i t i o n
and Age Groups
T/^LE 23 - O c c u p a t i o n s
Sote:-
Ihe number of married women in each occupation Order Is analysed
by ages and shown In p a r e n t h e s i s under the r e l e v a n t Order figures
Age l a s t birthday
Marital condition
Total
aged 15
and over
Occupation
Widowed
Single Married
County : County Bordugh
and
divorced!
15
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17
18
19
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20-24
21
25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70 and
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Londonderiy County
MALES
14,435 17,507
5,923
5,085
26
28
3,090
2,514
28
60
205
3,398
1,234
42
113
270
47
101
614
Total occt5)ied
263
I . Fannei^s, foresters,
000.
001.
201
49
2
7
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Fishermen
Farmers, farm mansigers, malicet
gardeners
AgriGultiiral workers n . e . c .
Agricultural machinery d r i v e r s
Gardeners and groundsznen
F o r e s t e r s and woodmen
II.
014.
015.
5
47
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003.
004.
005.
96
197
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1
10
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50
187
7
13
5
4
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3
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Miners and quarrymen
Gas, coke and cheidcals
makers
Fumacemen," coal gas and cofce
ovens
Chemical production process
workers n . e . c .
815
909
927
794
742
757
3,745
11.271
147
257
255
270
239
222
200
1
1
11
220
1
16
233
6,689
3,797
72
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477
150
6
139
11
228
1
3
12
6
16
4
16
10
210
2
1
16
20
180
3
2
16
85
100
2
1
12
2
5
145
2
250
7
1
2
6,529 5.967
2,334 2,006
978
892
2,149 2.298
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5
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2
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10
17
26
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2
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20
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1
2
1
2
5
7
2
1
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Fumacemen, fcilnmen, g l a s s and
cerami c
Glass and ceramics production
process woiicers n . e . c ,
9
1
1
2
-
2
2
2
1
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4
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-
-
1
1
1
1
7
-
-
1
-
2
4
-
-
IV.
030.
032.
571
56
Workers below ground n . e . c .
Surface workers n . e . c . - mines
and q u a r r i e s III.
51
fishennai
32,556
o
o
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a
o
:2:
a
50
19
43
1
-
1
-
1
3
15
1
6
33
2
-
"
1
V. Furnace, forge, foundry,
r o l l i n g m i l l workers
040.
041.
042.
043.
045.
Fumacemen - metal
Rolling, tube m i l l operators»
metal drawers
Moulders and coreraakers (foundry)
SmltliS, forgemen
F e t t l e r s , metal dressers
63
2
9
49
2
1
1
1
1
1
3
5
4
7
22
8
10
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
1
1
2
2
1
2
1
3
1
6
5
16
1
7
9
1
en
Occupied Population aged 15 and over by Occupation, Marital Condition
and Age Groups - continued
TABLE 23 - Occupations
N a r l t a l condition
Single Married
4
IS
16
-
£2
14
145
2
59
39
125
5
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13
1
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7
9
7^
662
11
7
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16
11
4
13
16
20
34
6
475
18
2
8
9
3
372
25
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1
2
1
13
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2
1
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^
2
1
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76
10
6
80
5
4
-
4
9
Z
050. Radio and radar mechanics
051. I n s t a l l e r s and repairmen.
telephone
052. I^lnesmen, cable J o i n t e r s
053. E l e c t r i c i a n s
054. E l e c t r i c a l and e l e c t r o n i c f i t t e r s
055. Assemhlers ( e l e c t r i c a l and
electronic)
056. E l e c t r i c a l engineers
(so described)
064.
065.
066.
067.
068.
p69.
070.
071.
072.
073.
074,
17
5
6
20
11
—
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076.
077.
7
078.
28
60
£
16
17
18
19
20
21
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
479
7
19
24
2?
27
19
14
76
74
65
97
44
9
10
-
-
34
1
-
2
z
3
3
1
U
5
3
5
2
-
-
-
-
Sheet metal workers
Oonstnictlonal engineers; r i g g e r s
Metal p l a t e worfeers; r i v e t e r s
Gas, e l e c t r i c welders, c u t t e r s ;
"braziers
nacfeine tool s e t t e r s , s e t t e r operator^
Machine t o o r i t e r a t o r s
Tool makers, tool room l i t t e r s
F i t t e r s , machine e r e c t o r s , ^ t c .
Engineers (so described)
E l e c t r o - p l a t e r s , dip p l a t e r s and
r e l a t e d worfeers
Plumbers, lead burners, pipe
titters
Press worfeers and stampers
Metal workers n . e . c .
Watch and (Siront^eter makers and
repailrers
P r e c i s i o n instrument makers and
repairers
Ooach, c a r r i a g e , wagon b u i l d e r s
and r e p a i r e r s
Inspectors (metal and e l e c t r i c a l
goods)
Otlier metal niaking, working;
Jewellery and e l e c t r i c a l
production process worfeers
82
55
271
7
-
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"-
—
14
3
1
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1
2
83
87
81
29
20
7
41
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1
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3
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29
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-
2
1
1
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28
43
9
849
44
2
4
3
3
-
2
1
3
-
28
1
-
-
. —
2
4
1
48
3
2
1
—
158
15
11
2
1
1
4
3
3
16
YII. Engineering and a l l i e d
trades woikers n . e , c .
060.
061.
D62.
06^r.
70 and
over
15
65-69
continued
YI, E l e c t r i c a l and e l e c t r o n i c
woricers
2
1
Total
aged 15
and over
Occupation
Londonderry Cbimty -
254
o
Age l a s t birthday
Widowed
and
divorced
221
County : County Borough
1,415
15
m
1
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1
16
^
13
^
90
—
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17
59
4
—
1
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1
2
-
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-
14
1
3
9
—
-
2
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19
60
4
• "
11
-
1
21
—
3
3
1
2
251
4
4
•
*
-
57
2
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11
—
7
3
~
3
5
1
7
4
1
142
«
3
6
5
6
7
1
-
1
3
3
4
4
8
4
1
-
2
3
90
4
3
Z
-
4
3
1
125
8
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9
6
4
4
1
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26
7
3
1
1
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1
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28
1
20
•
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75
5
.
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1
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25
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2
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2
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8
7
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7
4
7
1
1
2
1
2
2
3
2
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2
1
3
1
1
1
11
11
20
16
"
-
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9
—
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1
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-
-
17
3
7
10
-
4
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39
39
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22
3
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175
is;
17
3
2
3
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—
217
1
2
—
153
1
2
—
190
55
_
—
159
5
—
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2
34
1
2
—
5
38
1
—
-
2
4
11
1
102
5
2
-
3
1
5
1
1
1
1
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2
3
4
1
1
•
28
14
44
-
58
*"
14
12
33
1
11
8
19
1
75
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3
7
10
44
3
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1
2
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11
7
42
1
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1
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50
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444
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3
412
4
304
4
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ZZ
34
1
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3
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1
5
-
34
28
6
28
27
6
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5
1
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120
156
8
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i
8
4
11
ZZ
7
4
6
8
13
19
34
IB
55
14
4
4
6
1
16
24
1
79
81
1
8
6
14
4
—
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15
1
44
48
220
311
12
38
70
38
82
4
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189
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3
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23
23
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8
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1
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10
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VEII. Hbocboikers
080. Carpenters and J o i n e r s
0 8 1 . Cabinet makers
[082. Sanorers and wood worfelng
madblnlsts
083. Coopers, hoop makers and benders
084. P a t t e r n makers
085. Woodworkers n . e . c .
IX. L a t h e r woikers
091. Stioemafcers and shoe r e p a i r e r s
092. C u t t e r s , l a s t e r s , sewers, r o o t wear, and r e l a t e d woricers
093. Leather products makers n . e . c .
X- T e x t i l e woikers
100. Fibre p r e p a r e r s
(Spinners, doublers
^ ^ * (Winders, r e e l e r s
102. Warpers, s l z e r s , drawers-in
103. Weavers
104. K i l t t e r s
'
105. Bleachers and Xlnlishers of
textiles
106. Efyers of t e x t i l e s
1D7. Textile f a b r i c s and r e l a t e d
products makers and
examiners n . e . c .
108. Textile f a b r i c s , e t c . production
process ?w)rfcers n . e . c .
XI. Qothing workers
796
42
61
67
40
32
24
2C^
123
88
^
97
uo
35
29
719
8
40
58
2
62
1
38
27
24
19
115
60
1
82
1
31
1
24
~
82
2
97
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3
5
12
10
2
4
-
-
-
^
-
-
-
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56
1
1
11
1
1
3
2
5
-
-
1
-
-
"
-
68
-
2
3
1
61
-
1
3
1
6
. -
1
284
7
10
5
15
12
24
41
_
-
93
32
-
2
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• "
-
—
*~
1
7
1
-
-
_
3
*
1
1
2
-
-
-
-
1
-
12
14
17
12
10
1
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1
1
1
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-
_
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-
2
-
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1
1
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1
1
2
4
3
1
3
3
1
1
-
30
-
2
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i
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-
3
12
2
2
1
14
15
3
11
2
2
-
-
-
1
-
-
2
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-
41
18
41
44
17
15
11
5
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3
1
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4
2
3
2
4
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1
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11
8
4
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12
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3
4
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5
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3
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5
2
4
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41
3
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4
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6
2
4
6
7
161
6
9
10
4
6
7
6
24
12
15
24
22
10
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110- T a i l o r s ; d r e s s , l l ^ t c l o t h i n g
makers
111. Upholsterers and r e l a t e d workers
112. Sewers and embroiderers, t e x t i l e
and l l g i t l e a t h e r products
113. Clotailng and r e l a t e d products
makers n . e . c .
37
2
1
2
~
1
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• "
92
4
7
7
3
3
7
6
21
8
8
11
7
8
4
XII. Food, drink and tobacco
woikers
543
8
16
16
14
18
19
18
74
68
53
120
99
24
24
80
157
5
3
3
5
4
7
2
3
3
3
2
7
2
8
10
23
12
11
7
13
16
28
13
37
2
8
3
10
i
302
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-
^
1
11
10
-
-
8
41
44
32
3
2
2
3
-
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4
7
1
5
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
2
2
4
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-
120. Bakers and p a s t r y cooks
121. Butchers and meat c u t t e r s
122. Brewers, wine makers and r e l a t e d
workers
123. Food processors n . e . c .
124. Tobacco preparers and products
makers
132.
133.
134.
135.
XIII. Paper and printing workers
46
Compositors
P r i n t i n g press operators
P r i n t e r s (so described)
P r i n t i n g workers n . e . c .
18
25
3
2
8
5
1
9
3
A
1
-
1
1
16
-
1
1
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16
1
5
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2
4
14
11
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1
1
4
3
10
3
2
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1
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1
3
2
1
3
2
1
1
1
1
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-
1
1
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4
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TABLE 23 * Occupations
Occupied Population aged 15 and over by Occupation, Marital Condition
and Age Groups - continued
Marital condition
Single
Londonderry County -
37
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49
OS
Age l a s t tilrtliday
1
1
6
29
6
42
1
427
769
20
2£8
258
4
i4
13
1
71
119 •
4
35
79
164
215
4
7
140
205
2
9
131
10
195
102
292
10
87
9
26
1
52
109
2
4
31
68
1,627
2,319
8
37
3
33
40
62
41
1.
2
60
2
58
Total
aged 15
and over
Occupation
Widowed
and
divorced
Married
County ; County BoEough
140.
141.
142.
143.
15
16
17
18
2
2
3
4
19
ZQ
£1
5
1
20-24
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
13
8
X2
21
12
2
4
1
1
1
1
1
10
1
3
4.
2
10
1
20
1
11
2
2
2
1
131
110
260
276
96
43
18
8
a
11
5
1
o
1
1
continued
XIV. Makers of o t h e r products
87
workers in rubber
Workers in p l a s t i c s
Crartsmen n . e . c ,
OtUer production process worKers
1
2
12
72
1
1
z
1.216
21
32
490
15
20
XV. Construction workers
150. Bricklayers, t i l e s e t t e r s
151. Masons, stone c u t t e r s , s l a t e
workers
152. P l a s t e r e r s , cement f i n i s h e r s ,
terrazzo woriters
155. Butl<iers (so described); c l e r k s
of works
154--CoxistruGtlon workers n . e . c .
3
1
28
1
4
3
44
35
20
24
21
122
29
20
15
15
11
75
56
39
88
97
19
1
1
Z
Z
5
6
6
1
4
3
5
9
7
3
3
5
5
22
41
18
38
29
17
1
203
301
i
1
1
8
9
1
3
Z
Z
Painters and decorators
347
9
16
14
13
9
2
160. Aerograpfe^rs, p a i n t sprayers
161. P a i n t e r s , decorators n » e . c .
19
328
9
IB
14
1
12
6
)OTI. Drivers of stationary
engines, cranes, e t c .
400
*
3
3
3
170. Boiler Xlremen
171. Crane and h o i s t o p e r a t o r s ;
slingers
172. Operators oT earth moving and
other coiistructlon macailnery
n.e.c.
173* Boiler s c a l e r s
174. Stationary engine, m a t e r i a l s
handling p l a n t operators
n . e . c . ; o i l e r s and greasers
1
90 '
:
2
^
•
'
XVin. Labourers n , e . c .
180* Raili»8(/ lengthrnen
Labourers and u n s k i l l e d workers
n.e.c. ISi.
CSiemical and a l l i e d t r a d e s
182.
Biglneering and a l l i e d t r a d e s
183.
PDundrles in engineering and
a l l i e d trades
1B4*
T e x t i l e s (not t e x t i l e goods)
97
166
2
-
100
10
14
13
19
31
ZO
57
72
54
90
17
37
10
21
8
4
2
3
10
42
43
44
67
65
13
9
3
*
9
1
9
10
2
40
4 .
39
3
41
67
8
57
1
12
9
3
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2;
5
7
10
42
49
53
90
83
36
25
8
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6
17
33
21
15
3
2
13
7
1
1
1
33
37
21
7
1
4
1
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12
23
22
8
4
1
z
1
z
4
7
3
6
z
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1
1
2
3
13
14
91
98
455
377
412
824
885
354
287
59
15
7
18
9
9
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16
22
5
4
7
2
3
1
21
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6 :.:
4
25
29
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65
81
104
84
48
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96
81 ,
6
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3
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4
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13
9
18
7
10
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5
6
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10
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36
-
194
^ ^ .
70 and
over
25-29
-
1
-
OS
5
£9
805
646
6
20
1,124
969
35
48
680
1,490
46
4
25
3
B5
25
1
4
1
22
22
7
130
-
28
323
55
794
2
14
-
19
5
1
6
3
1
67
15
19
-
1
-
1
5
2
—
-
10
-
55
153
1
94
6
19
115
16
59
43
1
4
2
1
8
176
231
_
1
6
112
199
6
64
32
281
381
3
185.
186.
187.
188.
Coke o v e n s and g a s works
G l a s s and c e r a m i c s
B u i l d i n g and c o n t r a c t i n g
Other
XIX. T r a n s p o r t and coranunications
workers
190. Deck, e n g i n e e r i n g o f f i c e r s and
p i l o t s , ship
1 9 1 . Deck and englneroom r a t i n g s .
h a r g e and boatmen
1 9 3 . D r i v e r s , motormen, f i r e m e n ,
railwgy engine
1 9 4 . Railway g u a r d s
i 9 5 . D r i v e r s of b u s e s , c o a c h e s , t r a m s
1 9 6 . D r i v e r s of o t i i e r r o a d p a s s e n g e r
vehicles
1 9 7 . D r i v e r s of r o a d goods v e h i c l e s
198. I n s p e c t o r s , s u p e r v i s o r s ,
transport
199. S h u n t e r s , pointsmen
2 0 0 . T r a f f i c c o n t r o l l e r s and
dispatchers, transport
201. Telephone o p e r a t o r s
2 0 2 . T e l e g r a p h and r a d i o o p e r a t o r s
203. Postmen, m a l l s o r t e r s
204. Messengers
2 0 5 . BUS and tram c o n d u c t o r s
206. P o r t e r s , t i c k e t c o l l e c t o r s .
railway
2 0 7 . S t e v e d o r e s , dock l a b o u r e r s
208. Lorry d r i v e r s * m a t e s , van guards
2 0 9 . w o r k e r s i n t r a n s p o r t and
communication o c c u p a t i o n s n . e . c ,
XX. Warehousemen, s t o r e k e e p e r s ,
packers, b o t t l e r s
2 1 0 . Warehousemen^ s t o r e k e e p e r s and
assistants
2 1 1 . P a c k e r s , l a b e l l e r s and r e l a t e d
workers
XXI, Q e r i c a l
workers
_
-
_
_
_
_
7
IS
1
19
37
3
29
40
1
51
48
2
36
35
1
3
46
34
3
56
28
1
8
263
139
2
8
216
116
1
4
227
152
5
8
425
325
2
9
414
383
. 2
159
163
3
107
153
9
41
2
12
2,216
25
49
35
27
20
35
27
196
254
290
617
449
126
98
22
8
32
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2
2
3
6
11
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5
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11
8
1
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1
27
8
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9
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15
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2
61
2
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7
1
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85
1,131
16
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7
102
6
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14
177
25
323
21
202
5
38
4
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2
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2
21
6
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4
4
9
1
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20
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1
230
1
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82
160
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49
1,964
1,662
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413
11
16
24
19
13
13
8
50
35
37
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73
31
28
8
317
5
8
12
11 *
10
9
6
35
29
31
56
62
30
21
7
96
6
8
12
8
3
4
2
15
6
6
10
11
1
7
1
2
665
2
6
20
20
25
18
19
104
90
71
149
94
43
23
13
5
2
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601
52
2
6
20
19
25
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47
59
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60
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223
17
18
27
2
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2
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266
11
332
41
—
3
-
2
8
876
1,537
61
90
310
13
140
488
27
166
55
-
220. T y p i s t s , s h o r t l i a n d w r i t e r s ,
secretaries
221. C l e r k s , c a s h i e r s , o f f i c e machine
operators
Civil service executive officers
223. Civil s e r v a n t s , l o c a l a u t h o r i t y
o f f i c i a l s (so d e s c r i b e d )
XXII. S a l e s \MDikers
2 3 0 . P r o p r i e t o r s and m a n a g e r s , food
sales
2 3 1 . P r o p r i e t o r s and m a n a g e r s , n o n food s a l e s
Z3Z. Shop s a l e s m e n and a s s i s t a n t s ,
food
10
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1
1
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"
96
8
85
4
64
4
129
19
82
11
38
3
18
3
13
4
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48
16
3
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1
2
1
1
2
2
|230
261
290
525
439
144
126
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62
—
69
2
3
3
18
44
42
101
93
37
34
20
21
3
3
7
6
32
48
80
160
165
53
46
25
37
19
22
10
5
40
18
16
24
12
3
6
1
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73
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TABLE 23 - Occupations
Age l a s t birthday
Marital condition
Single
Married
Wl dowed
and
divorced
Occupation
Londonderry County XXII. Sales workers -
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
20-24
408
29
38
49
41
26
16
17
57
51
30
51
22
9
3
1
1
214
133
151
-
-
2
4
4
5
4
2
3
~
~
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3
1
1
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7
5
1
33
19
8
28
16
16
26
29
26
64
20
40
31
23
33
10
3
9
7
8
10
2
3
6
-
153
~
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4
4
15
25
27
37
28
11
5
2
3
7
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~
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1
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
2
3
8
15
13
28
31
7
6
1
3
17
-
25
-
26
-
25
-
168
ISl
142
281
221
12
2
1
3
3
70
10
8
11
4
80
22
41
10
1
44
18
35
11
76
-
5
2
4
81
8
3
4,2
93
-
2
3
84
8
3
18
14
17
15
9
6
17
16
3
23
-
31
-
2
2
1
2
1
25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70 and
over
continued
115
4
55
44
33
155
87
113
4
2
5
30
122
1
-
6
1
27
86
4
233. Shop salesmen and a s s i s t a n t s .
non-food
234. Roundsmen {bread, milk, laundry.
s o f t drinks)
235. S t r e e t vendors, hav*:ers
236. Garage p r o p r i e t o r s
237. Commercial t r a v e l l e r s ,
manufacturers' agents
238. Finance, insurance brokers.
f i n a n c i a l agents
239. Salesmen, s e r v i c e s ; v a l u e r s ,
auctioneers
430
839
35
XXIII. Service, ^ r t and
recreation woikers
6
1D7
21
36
72
9
284
88
91
30
5
4
10
1
4
9
2
24
18
14
55
25
21
1
1
16
19
1
12
18
54
2
24
20
35
8
13
2
6
9
21
1
41
56
2
2
Total
aged 15
and over
contimced
£89
6
County : County Borough
Occupied Population aged 15 and over by Occupation, Marital Condition
and Age Groups - continued
250. Fire brigade o f f i c e r s and men
251. Police o f f i c e r s and men
^ 5 2 . Guards and r e l a t e d workers n , e . c .
253.. Publicans, Innkeepers
254. ^BajTnen
255. Lodging nouse, h o t e l keepers.
housekB^^ers, stewards
256. Restaurateur^, w a i t e r s , counter
hands
257. Cooks
"^-^
258. KltciLen tiands
259. Valets and r e l a t e d s e r v i c e
workers n . e . c .
260. Caretakers, office keepers
261. cailmney sweeps
262. Office c l e a n e r s ; window cleaners
263. Halrdressef's, m a n i c u r i s t s ,
beauticians
264. Launderers, dry cleaners and
pressers
265. A t h l e t e s , sportsmen and r e l a t e d
woiisers
266. Hospital or ward o r d e r l i e s ;
ambulance men
267. s e r v i c e , s p o r t and r e c r e a t i o n
workers n . e . c .
1
117
1,304
—
—
5
-
26
-
15
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3
11
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5
1
5
15
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80
43
36
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1
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1
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9
6
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5
4
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4
2
21
9
7
16
6
8
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79
3
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7
12
12
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9
3
26
1
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57
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17
21
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4
6
2
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11
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396
111
137
103
4
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1
5
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4
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4
7
5
1
3
1
4
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9
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1
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1
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3
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22
15
7
4
2
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3
9
-
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2
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30
341
6
4
24
18
-
1
16
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9
52
2
12
1
3
131
4
8
88
-
384
882
15
16
4
13
17
86
16
29
43
5
1
75
1
16
Z
225
-
10
Z
3
5
28
10
8
35
~
11
31
1
-
-
1
270. Ministers of me Crown; M.Ps.
{ n . e . c ) ; senior government
orflclals
271. Local auttiorlty senior o r i l c e r s
272. Managers In engineering and a l l i e d
trades
273. Managers In b u i l d i n g and
contracting
274. Managers in mining and production
n.e.c*
275. Personnel managers
276. Sales managers
278. Managers n . e . c .
1 ,
1
2
1
- .
2
—
1
2
XXEV. Aciidnistrators and managers
XXV, P r o f e s s i o n a l , t e c h n i c a l
workers, a r t i s t s
•
280.
281.
282.
283.
284.
285.
286.
287.
288.
289.
290.
291.
292.
293.
5
6
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4
4
~
~
4
16
38
43
40
4
75
91
1
~
~
294.
295.
296.
297.
298.
299.
5
1
7
14
34
23
32
15
29
6
29
53
-
757
814
2
741
765
2
16
560
1
1
1
-
XXVI. Armed forces ( B r i t i s h and
foreign)
1 320. Armed forces (U.K.)
321. Armed forces {commonwealth and
foreign)
49
55
310.
311.
312.
313.
314.
Medical p r a c t i t i o n e r s (quaaified)
Dental p r a c t i t i o n e r s
Nurses
Pharmacists, dispensers
Radiographers (medical and
industrial)
Medical workers n . e . c .
University teachers
Teachers n . e . c .
C i v i l , s t r u c t u r a l , municipal
engineers
MechanicsLl engineers
E l e c t r i c a l engineers
Technologists n . e . c .
Chemists; physical and b i o l o g i c a l
scientists
Authors, J o u r n a l i s t s and r e l a t e d
workers
Stage managers, a c t o r s , e n t e r t a i n e r s , musicians
P a i n t e r s , s c u l p t o r s and r e l a t e d
creative a r t i s t s
Accountants, p r o f e s s i o n a l ; company
s e c r e t a r i e s and r e g i s t r a r s
Surveyors, a r c h i t e c t s
Cler©r, m i n i s t e r s , members of
r e l i g i o u s orders
Judges, b a r r i s t e r s , advocates.
solicitors
Social welfare and r e l a t e d workers
Professional workers n . e . c .
Draughtsmen
Laboratory a s s i s t a n t s , technicians
Technical and r e l a t e d workers n . e . c .
6
XXVII. Inadequately described
occtpatj.ons
1 377
24
23
1
: —
17
_
63
_
143
4
10
93
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1
9
25
45
111
1Q2
43
29
6
6
2
-
3
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5
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6
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1
12
1
2
1
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1
4
4
11
14
19
5
5
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-
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2
13
9
3
5
1
10
37
1
6
22
44
2
20
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21
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3
14
1
2
3
16
-
11
2
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1,281
-
3
11
10
19
15
22
119
200
177
318
241
82
60
16
25
103
20
44
60
_
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2
10
2
25
4
3
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4
5
1
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39
7
13
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6
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2
3
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31
52
1
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11
16
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1
4
1
50
1
5
1
71
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1
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3
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4
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38
12
11
40
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43
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63
78
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1
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5
12
167
38
17
36
21
63
76
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10
30
41
24
19
7
10
9
4
10
1
4
12
7
1
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2
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1
5
19
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2
1
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3
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6
_
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5
1
2
4
2
8
24
8
4
4
9
12
3
4
6
11
8
9
15
2
10
25
155
1
2
2
7
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64
130
84
72
123
536
304
168
229
49
1
2
-
6
64
130
82
68
120
521
285
153
219
45
1
2
-
-
2
4
3
15
19
15
10
4
10
8
7
29
23
22
86
97
55
43
1
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65
621
5
1
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1
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1
69
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5
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1.508
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TABLE 23 - Occupations : Occupied Population aged 15 and over by Occupation, Marital Condition
and Age Groups - continued
Age l a s t birthday
Marital condition
Single
Total
aged 15
and over
Occupation
Widowed
and
Married
divorced
Londonderiy County -
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70 and
over
1,223
474
(132)
273
(65)
125
(19)
134
(8)
continued
FEMALES
8.121
2.161
469
Total occupied
10,751
429
640
690
(4)
684
(12)
663
(21)
535
(36)
507
(52)
2,182
(290)
1.142
(332)
790
(302)
1,302
(510)
I . Fanners, foresters.
fisherwoaien
1 353
3
3
2
3
7
(2)
5
(1)
1
14
(3)
7
(1)
15
(2)
42
(15)
87
(17)
49
(5)
45
(4)
25
(2)
51
2
3
2
5
6
9
23
17
2
81
6
47
2
45
25
51
1
6
8
169
51
133
124
44
1
3E
18
1
131
2
001. Farmers, faiio manageresses,
marKet gardeners
002, Agricultural workers n . e . c .
t)04. Gardeners and groundswomen
o
Xfi
287
64
2
3
3
2
3
1
6
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I I . Miners and quarrywxoen
*,
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
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-
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-
•
-
DO
H
3
-
I I I . Gas, coke and chetoicals
makers
3
-
*
*
2
-
.
1
1
-
-
-
•
-
*
-
-
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3
-
-
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-
-
-
-
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-
-
-
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*
-
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-
-
-
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1
1
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-
-
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-
-
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1
-
-
-
*
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
1
2
3
(I)
1
8
(2)
2
(1)
3
3
(1)
2
-
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*
-
3
-
-
-
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•
.
3
*
3
—
16
4
1
6
1
6
2
1
-
1
IV. Glass and ceranics makers
..y, Fumat;e, forge, foundry,
^ \ ^ r o l l i n g m i l l woricers
M . E l e c t r i c a l and e l e c t r o n i c
woikers
" -^
055. Assemblers (^lectrlccLl and^
electronic)
VII. Ehguueiering axid a l l i e d
t r a i e s woikers n . e . c .
3
1
1
2
2
021. caaemlcal production process
woricers n . e . c .
1
-
060.
062.
065.
067.
077*
Sheet metal woiiters
Met^ plate workers; r i v e t e r s
Haciiine tool operators
F i t t e r s , machine erectors, e t c .
Inspectors (metal and e l e c t r i c a l
goods)
078. Otiier metal making, working;
Jewellery and e l e c t r i c a l
production process workers
VEII. VbodsiDrkers
085* HDodwoikers n*e..c«
a
3
VO
3
-
X
1
23
•
2
•
1
1
1
3
1
-
-
1
1
8
8
3
1
2
2
1
-
-
1
-
1
. -
-
1
-
-
4
1
1
•
1
-
-
1
-
z
1
1
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
-
*
*
-
*
-
-
-
-
-
-
"
•
-
-
IX. Leather woikers
4
-
1
4
—
—
204
69
8
4
4
14
3
83
58
1
i
1
5
44
4 ^
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-)
1)
1
5
1-
z
^ 18
6
18
5
2,278
398
42
3
4
1
1,642
265
591
128
365
73
41
29
16
7
090. .Tanners; leather, fur dressers,
rellmongers
093. Leather products,makers n . e . c .
X Textile workers
100. Fltre preparers
(Spinners, doutlers
^^^* (Winders, reelers
102. -Warpers, slzers, drawers-ln
103. weavers
104. Knitters
105. Bleacbers and flnlsiiers of
textiles
107. Textile fabrics and related
products makers and
examiners n.e.c.
108. Textile fabrics, etc. production
woricers
n.e.c.
XT.process
Qothing
workers*
110. Talloresses; dress, l l ^ t
clo thing makers
111. Upholsterers and related workers
112. Sewers and emhrolderers, textile
and l l ^ t leatiier products
113. Clotlilng and related products
makers n . e . c .
XII. Food, drink and tobacco
woikers
5
86
1
26
233
38
4
2
120. Bakers and pastry cooks
122. Brewers, wine makers and
related workers
123. Food processors n.e.c.
124. Tobacco preparers and products
makers
XIII. Paper and printing workers
4
2
131. Paper products makers
11
2
1
10
1
1
XIV, Makers of other products
142. Craftswomen n . e . c .
143. Other production process workers
XV, Construction workers
1
4
1
281
5
5
5
16
9
132
63
31
8
18
-
1
•
-
1
-
18
(1)
9
17
(1)
11
i
:
_
-
_
-
1
1
1
-
-
3
9
1
2
7
6
1
1
-
1
1
- :
1
7
2
6
_
1
2
3
1
1
(1)
i
1
*
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
. -
-
-
-
43
(17)
3
1
-
1
:
-
^
54
(12)
26
(9)
20
(9)
34
(IS)
1
1
1
26
14
^
1
1
-
1
-
18
4
2
9
1
5
2
5
^^^.
1
284
(78)
3
1
3
2
25
2
7
1
6
4
1
1
4
1
1
-
-
1
4
3
1
-
-
.-
164
(S4>..^
208
(80)
126
(50)
50
(18)
21
(4)
16
3
1
3
25
_
-
1
1
24
2
1
2
-
->,... ^
23
2
3
1
2
-
199
(4)
169
(12)
152
(25)
2,705
225
296
261
52
4
3
1
1
1
1
2
7
2
8",
—
2
1
2
-
2
1
5
-
-
—
-
1,923
124
192
194
200
162
131
123
486
211
105
125
726
98
102
66
45
B^
35
26
111
68
57
75
46
440
11
33
41
36
8)
34
C2)
34
(4)
47
(9)
S)
39
(22)
18
(7)
3
5
-
a
14
3
4
4
_
-
_
246
(6)
20
(1)
606
(104)
8
4
3
.. -
-
-
6
1
1
—
72
36
8
7
1
10
10
2
1
2
-
-
-
4
1
-
-
-
-
_
-
_
-
50
5
4
6
112
_
-
9
8
6
1
4
6
2
9
4
39
16
1
7
14
8
1
-
23
28
26
30
23
23
93
28
13
21
6
-
-
-
-
6
1
-
-
-
-
1
2
*
1
1
(1)
*
1
(1)
-
*
-
6
1
-
-
-
-
1
2
-
1
1
-
1
-
-
-
13
4
-
1
1
*
2
4
1
-
*
1
(1)
1
(1)
*
*
A
1
1
1
1
1
3
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
272
4
2
11
-
1
-
*
*
*
-
XVI. Painters and decorators
XVII. Elrivers of stationary
^igLnes, cranes, etc.
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
n
o
a
Occupied Population aged 15 and over by Occupation, Marital Condition
and Age Groups - continued
TABLE 23 - Occupations
Marital condition
Single
Married
/
VIdowed
and
divorced
Total
aged 15
and over
Occupation
21
i
15
1
3
-
1
16
1
3
._
48
25
4
XIX. Transport and conmunications
workers
77
2
2
-
-
3
38
2
3
2
21
169
35
31
1
-
2
^
-.
2
8
5
2
138
27
3
1,101
220
17
290
71
3
800
6
148
1
14
5
—
•*
—
184.
187.
188.
18
19
20
21
20-24 25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70 and
over
220. Typists, shortHand writers.
secretaries
221. Clerks, cashiers, o f f i c e
machine operators
1
222. Civil service executive o f f i c e r s
223. Civil servants, l o c a l authority
o f f i c i a l s (so described)
1
3
3
(1)
1
3
1
o
CO
a
X^ Vlbr^usewxnen, storekeepers,
p ^ e r s , bottlers
XXI. Q e r i c a l workers
7
*^
197. Drivers of road goods vehicles
200. Traffic contaroilers and
dlspatciiers, transport
201. Telephone operators
202. Telegraph sad radio operators
20^. Postwomen, mall sorters
210- Wareiiousewomen, storekeepers and
assistants
211. Packers, l a h e l l e r s and related
workers
2
1
Labourers and unskilled workers
n.e.c. Foundries In engineering and
a l l i e d trades
Textiles (not t e x t i l e goods)
Building and contracting
Otber
-
17
continued
XVIII. Labourers n . e . c .
183.
16
15
1
-
00
Age l a s t birthday
Londonderry County -
20
County : County Borough
-
1
2
-
-
-
-
6
-
-
-
1
2
-
-
1
2
1
1
2
2
-
-
X
%
en
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
-
7
61
2
5
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
2
4
-
-
-
1
17
-
209
11
-
1
19
-
6
1
1
16
(2)
o
1
3
-
22
(1)
*
1
2
(2)
-
21
-
3
(2)
-
17
-
7
(1)
-
12
-
-
10
(4)
-
20
(3)
63
(13)
21
\1)
15
(6)
(/)
-
8
(4)
1
-
-
-
19
(9)
-
-
3
-
1
1
IS
(3)
1
1
_
4
(1)
2
1
_
8
1
1
1
5
1
1
1
1
-
-
1
1
*-
14
(4)
10
(3)
1
(1)
1
1
1
o
m
>
b
so
41
1
168
10
1,338
8
4
5
5
3
2
13
5
1
3
3
12
13
16
17
13
18
50
16
14
11
7
69
105
(1)
115
(1)
128
100
(8)
80
(6)
362
(41)
171
(58)
97
(36)
157
(49)
—
—
—
1
1
1
-
-
80
(22)
29
(7)
12
4
(2)
1
2
—
.•
—
x
m
364
~
24
34
38
35
34
25
116
48
15
30
15
5
2
962
7
8
45
71
76
246
-
.122
-
81
1
122
4
64
1
22
1
la
5
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—
* •
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92
66
55
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~
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1
1
—
—
—
1
—
1
jb
1
2
1
—
—
—
—
-
—
952
231
66
42
39
23
115
73
32
217
37
3
&76
79
7
1
-
—
1
—
—
1
1
1
1
1.721
682
2
^
-
25
22
12
6
262
53
230. Proprietresses and manageresses,
food sales
231. Proprietresses and manageresses,
non-food s a l e s
232. Shop saleswomen and a s s i s t a n t s .
rood
233. Shop saleswomen and a s s i s t a n t s ,
non-food
234. Roundswomen (bread,milk, laundry.
soft drinks)
235. Street vendors, hawkers
237. Commercial t r a v e l l e r s , manufacturers » agents
239. Saleswomen, services; valuers,
auctioneers
2
15
—
251.
252253.
254.
255.
44
256,
208
140
75
101
77
96
17
12
17
582
7
136
24
38
4
26
70
13
257.
258.
259.
260.
262.
263.
78
24
2
264.
259
72
9
265.
-
1
266.
17
6
_
267.
16
5
2
Police o f f i c e r s and women
Guards and related workers n . e . c .
Puhllcans, innkeepers
Barmaids
Lodging house, hotel keepers.
housekeepers and matrons
Restauxateurs, waitresses.
counter hands
cooks
Kitchen hands
Maids and related service workers
n.e.c.
Caretakers, office keepers
Charwomen, office cleaners;
window cleaners
H a i r d r e s s e r s , manicurists,
beauticians
Launderers, dry cleaners and
pressers
Athletes, sportswomen and
r e l a t e d workers
Hospital or ward o r d e r l i e s ;
ambulance women
service, sport and r e c r e a t i o n
workers n . e . c .
58
91
117
78
(2)
77
(2)
104
53
(3)
60
(6)
228
(28)
2
220
2
1
3
1
3
lOe
m)
62
(30)
148
(54)
150
(54)
44
(13)
38
(16)
26
(4)
32
(3)
5
8
27
28
9
9
4
10
12
13
42
51
23
23
19
22
257
10
24
28
16
26
11
16
59
21
12
34
20
4
1
2
-
662
48
65
88
59
51
38
40
154
61
28
45
50
7
5
1
-
1
1
185
(54)
94
(19)
42
(9)
37
(5)
_
_
1
2
2
XXIII. Service, sport and
recreation vioriters
175
.
1.249
XXII. Sales writers
2,578
'
61
82
107
(1)
110 109
(3) (4)
89
(6)
81
(6)
366
(40)
2
2
52
27
1
4
1
8
359
6
1
4
24
9
5
12
5
7
29
32
215
446
(87)., (193)
494
(218)
_
326
229
188
14
1
4
7
1
2
19
2
3
15
4
756
35
15
31
44
47
10'
11
340
13
27
23
-KB
1
-
—
50
31
24
20
56
*58
50
18
11
14
5
7
3
2
2
3
1
125
8
112
12
53
2
19
5
6
2
-
-
15
11
17
4
6
1
16
24
22
57
93
9
12
3
49
39
17
36
21
12
29
22
24
51
51
43
31
132
87
3
54
5
2
5
7
27
38
5
6
3
19
7
13
17
9
22
25
15
72
29
33
42
32
1
1
1
7
1
1
1
9
•^
2
9
5
1
2
2
21
4
2
7
2
2
4
1
109
25
236
(49)
13
:"
A.-
County : County Borough
TABLE 23 - Occupations : Occupied Population aged 15 and over by Occupation, Marital Condition
and Age Groups - continued
Age l a s t birthday
Marital condition
Occupation
Single
Londonderry County -
5
7
i
-
—
l_
z
3
z
3
' i
358
2 m . Local a u t h o r i t y senior o f r i c e r s
273. Manageresses In b u i l d i n g and
contracting
274. Manageresses In mining and
production h . e . c .
276. Sales manageresses
278. Manageresses n . e . c .
XXV. P r o f e s s i o n a l , t e c h n i c a l
workers, a r t i s t s
26
16
15
18
17
20
19
13 1
i
1
-
1
-
5
1
5
-
-
-
^
-
-
-
-
-.
-
'
-
4
1
Z
72
5
3
-
5
9
366
5
258
1J6
3
~
~
Z
280.
281.
282.
283.
284.
285.
287.
292.
294.
1
—
—
295.
3
2
296.
2
1
1
58
6
2
6
1
297.
298.
1
—
i
1
1
310.
311312.
313.
1
23
314.
1
-
•
-
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70 and
over
Medlcal-^ractltloners (qualiried)
Dental p r a c t i t i o n e r s
Nurses
^ - .
Pharmacists, dispensers
Radiographers (medical and " s
Industrial)
Medical workers n . e . c .
Teachers n . e . c .
GhQ[alsts; physical and b i o l o g i c a l
scientists
Stage manageresses, a c t r e s s e s .
e n t e r t a i n e r s , musicians
P a i n t e r s , s c u l p t o r s and r e l a t e d
creative a r t i s t s
Accountants, p r o f e s s i o n a l ; company
s e c r e t a r i e s and r e g i s t r a r s
Surveyors, a r c h i t e c t s
Clergy, m i n i s t e r s , members or
r e l i g i o u s orders
.
Social welfare and r e l a t e d workers
Professional workers n . e . c .
Draughtswomen
Laboratory a s s i s t a n t s .
technicians
Technical and r e l a t e d woilcers
n.e.c.
i
-
-
o
m
w
1
(1)
4
(3)
4
(2)
2
1
1
(1)
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
2
1
1
1
-
1
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a
w
1
-
-
1
-
-
1
2
-
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o
1
o
1
1,310
6
52
56
50
"•'-••.......^
7
2
443
5
25-29
20-24
21
continued
XXIV. Adbdnistrators and
manageresses
1
-
926
Total
aged 15
and over
Wl dewed
Married
and
divorced
-
-
-
-
-
4
48
49
~
~
~
—
~
—
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3
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1
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5
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-
1
12 ^
4
520
8
-
-
60
(1)
293
225
155
178
(21)
(83)
(65)
(65)
_
-
i
-
_
148
1
92
1
2
5
125
2
3
107
1
2
40
1
38
-
-
1
4
2
1
50
1
57
1
1
-
-
191
82
55
(74)
(29)
(20)
2
2
56
-
3
-
—
7
i
7
(1)
9
-
-
-
-
-
—
-
6
2
2
1
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1
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50
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5
16
630
1
3
59
13
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1
4
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-
-
88
4
94
-
4
105
68
37
2
3
1
1
2
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1
1
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-
12
1
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1
15
3
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6
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120
1
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XXYl» Aimed forces ( B H - t i ^ and
foredgn)
320. Armed forces (U.K.)
XXVEI, Inadequately (fescribed
occupations
2
-
-
*
-
-
1
-
1
1
(1)
*
-
-
-
-
-
-
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-
-
-
-
-
1
-
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
121
43
12
5
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8
5
1
3
8
4
7
14
9
5
1
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Londonderry County B o i o u ^
H
MALES
5,281
8,328
309
71
91
8
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3
iz
45
ID
2
4
--
fL^eimen
325
407
367
387
339
356
365
1,S13
1,434
1,433
2,684
2,529
1.019
766
254
161
170
-
6
2
3
2
3
1
8
11
14
26
47
14
18
11
8
-
' 4
25
96
1
41
2
-
I I . Miners and quanymen
4
1
013. Coal miners (so described)
015. Surface workers n,e,c,
- mines
and q u a r r i e s
1
2
—
—
3
I . Fanners, foresters,
13,918
000. Fishermen
i
iOOi. Farmers, farm managers, market
gardeners
002. A g r i c u l t u r a l worfeers n . e . c .
003. Agricultural mactilnery d r i v e r s
004. Gardeners and groimdanen
005. f o r e s t e r s and woodmen
z
49
1
Total occi5)ied
38
133
1
z
15
1
36
118
1
-
-
1
-
-
20
31
1
i
1
i
15
1
13
-
I I I . Gag, coke and chendcals
makers
5
6
1
3
1
172
-
18
-
-
*
-
"
""
~
1
5
2
8
2
10
1
1
2
2
1
1
1
*
1
1
*
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
52
2
1
4
-
1
-
_
2
1
2
6
31
s
3
7
2
11
1
7
2
3
18
4-
3
3
3
W
O
-
-
-
-
-
*
-
ao
o
_
_
;
_
_
_
_
tc
o
o
41
-
32
41
20
1
8
8
1
4
1
2
*
1
-
31
41
31
33
12
2
1
1
-
-
*
*
*
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
-
*
1
7
5
5
7
10
3
3
2
1
1
-
-
2
-
-
1
1
5
1
1
2
3
3
4
1
r
o
o
tz:
6
1
2
2
2
2
2
28
15
1
4
1
2
1
_
1
1
-
-
•
IV. Glass and ceramics makers
040. Fumaceraen - metal
041. Rolling, tube m i l l o p e r a t o r s ,
metal drawers
042. Moulders and coremakers (foundry)
2
2
154
V, Furnace, forge, foundry,
r o l l i n g mill workers
1
1
020. FUmacemen, coal gas and coke
ovens
021. Chemical production process
workers n . e . c .
030. Ceramic formers
1
1
1
2
1
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a
o
o
d
s:
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53
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TABLE 23 - Occupations
Occupied Population aged 15 and over by Occupation, Marital Condition
and Age Groups - continued
County ; County Borough
-<i
to
Age l a s t birthday
Marital condition
1
Single Married
Widowed
and
divorced
Total
aged 15
and over
Occupation
Londonderry County Borough -
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
6&-69
70 and
over
continued
V. Fumace, forge, foundry,
r o l l i n g mill
w>ikers-continued
1
14
1
X
1
-
-
2
187
206
4
ir
7
-
19
4
83
3
59
41
71
10
K
56
5
9
9
1
.2
~
-
717
822
12
1
12
10
5
45
33
-
18
22
—.
1
1
0 4 3 . SmltUs, forgemen
044. Metal making and t r e a t i n g workers
n.e.c.
045. F e t t l e r s , metal d r e s s e r s
VI. Electrical and electronic
v»rkers
050. Radio and r a d a r meciianlcs
051. I n s t a l l e r s and repairmen,
telephone
052- Linesmen, cable J o i n t e r s
053. E l e c t r i c i a n s
054. E l e c t r i c a l and e l e c t r o n i c T i t t e r s
T)55. Assemblers ( e l e c t r i c a l and
electrojQlc)
056. E l e c t r i c a l engineers (so described)
VII. EhgLneerLng and a l l i e d ^
trades voikers n . e . c .
060.
061.
062.
063.
064.
18
118
24
187
16
18
58
11
279
12
-
1
10
"~
1
2
065.
066.
067068069.
070.
36
66
71
32
1
—
071-
Sheet metal workers
Constructional engineers; r i g g e r s
Metal p l a t e workers; r i v e t e r s
Gas, e l e c t r i c welders, c u t t e r s ;
braziers
Macbine tool s e t t e r s , s e t t e r operators
Machine t o o l operators
Tool makers, tool room f i t t e r s
F i t t e r s , machine e r e c t o r s , e t c .
Engineers (so described)
E l e c t r o - p l a t e r s , dip p l a t e r s and
r e l a t e d workers
Plumbers, lead burners, pipe
fitters
Press workers and stampers
o
w
16
-
-
1
3
-
-
•
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
2
3
4
1
2
2
1
xn
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
a
1
2
o
397
16
14
19
27
18
15
14
65
30
41
86
57
16
6
1
1
24
1
2
-
3
2
1
-
2
1
6
5
2
-
-
-
-
79
46
156
13
-
-
1
4
1
-
-
-
9
13
7
10
5
3
15
15
10
10
1
'"
*"
^
2
2
7
2
1
~*
17
11
20
5
1
1
3
^
25
17
25
5
-
7
1
8
1
36
-
3
*~.
1
1
6
1
-
65
14
12
8
1
6
1
6
2
6
3
4
5
1
1
1
2
-
1,551
1 74
84
62
67
55
70
53
272
230
182
237
158
70
47
10
3
-
^
1
1
3
6
1
1
6
1
1
3
3
-
4
14
-
—
2
19
3
-
16
2
2
^
-
2
1
13
1
3
—
"
1 ^
"~
7
7
8
8
3
_
2
—
—
1
1
14
6
18
1
-
13
28
8
61
6
2
20
2
46
3
6
10
3
81
4
1
10
-
-
-
-
~*
5
55
12
71
3
1
13
1
13
62
2
25
2
IB
3
~
—
~
*"
""
2
4
1
3
1
~
—
—
4
5
1
8
2
3
15
21
18
9
23
10
17
3
6
6
1
1
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—
—
—
4
"
17
1
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—
—
6
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—
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53
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m
53
2:
PI
1
r
>
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-
_
-
44
1
2
"
40
1
2
1
1
36
176
35
467
30
1
13
3
23
1
1
8
4
29
3
3
11
2
22
2
2
14
1
15
1
~
~
"
3
9
7
11
108
98
1
11
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4
4
2
5
7
12
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8
21
2
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2:
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14
20
2
3
6
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3
9
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2
7
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39
il5
145
4
144
241
11
122
6
5
1
210
7
5
2
6
1
072. Metal workers n . e . c .
073. Watch and chronometer mafcers and
repairers
074. Precision instrument makers and
repairers
076. Coach, c a r r i a g e , wagon "builders
and r e p a i r e r s
077. Inspectors (metal and e l e c t r i c a l
goods)
078. Other metal making, working;
jewellery and e l e c t r i c a l
production process workers
080.
081.
082.
083.
084.
085.
—
-
-
10
17
1
1
2
28
39
2
1
17
2
33
-
1
9
2
2
«
12
31
-
1
2
1
1
-
36
3
1
-
2
1
1
1
5
7
4
8
3
1
-
-
1
9
~
—
~
~
"~
_
—
—
2
-
A
1
-
-
1
1
12
_
1
—
—
1
—
—
2
2
2
1
1
2
-
-
-
9
~
"
~
~
~
~
—
1
-
3
2
3
-
-
-
-
112
4
8
4
7
6
8
4
31
23
11
12
6
264
13
13
9
15
15
7
14
59
25
37
38
38
16
5
1
' -
VIII. \foodworkers
396
7
18
28
15
7
13
12
48
47
38
60
70
35
14
5
4
Carpenters and J o i n e r s
Cabinet makers
Savnyers and wood working machinists
Coopers, hoop makers and henders
P a t t e r n makers
woodworkers n . e . c .
338
14
10
4
1
29
7
24
2
1
12
5
12
11
39
-
\ -
10
2
3
2
1
1
-
-
1
1
2
-
-.
-
-
-
-
6Z
2
-
-
51
3
2
1
31
-
42
1
3
35
-
16
1
1
1
7
"i --.
69
4
1
2
5
-
-
-
2
8
IX. Leather irorkers
090. Tanners; l e a t h e r , t u r d r e s s e r s .
fellmongers
091. Shoemakers and shoe r e p a i r e r s
092. Cutters, l a s t e r s , sewers, footwear,
and r e l a t e d workers
093. Leather products makers n . e . c .
2
3
52
-~
3
U
X. T e x t i l e woikers
5
10
-
(Spinners, douhlers
(Winders, r e e l e r s
Warpers, s i z e r s , drawers-ln
weavers
Knitters
Bleachers and f i n i s h e r s of
textiles
J^ers at t e x t i l e s
Textile fabrics and r e l a t e d
products makers and examiners
n.e.c.
Textile f a b r i c s , e t c . production
process workers n . e . c .
103
139
7
XI. Q o t h i n g workers
4
10
17
16
2
""
6
3
• —
83
103
~
7
1
-)
-)
—
1
-
-
9.
-
^'
102.
103.
104.
105.
106.
107.
1
1
3
~
106.
5
110. T a i l o r s ; d r e s s , l l ^ t clothing
makers
111. Upholsterers and r e l a t e d workers
112. Sewers and embroiderers, t e x t i l e
and l l ^ t l e a t h e r products
113. Clothing and r e l a t e d products
makers n . e . c .
1
2
1
1
_
1~ .^
-
V
-
_
-
1
-
-
-
3
3
5
1
1
2
10
14
11
3
~
-
1
1
""
—
—
-
-
-
1
2
6
9
-
1
-
*-
1
3
_
-
-
-
1
-
_
-
_
4
2
43
-
-
-
1
-
1
1
7
1
11
1
8
1
_
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1
~
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1
~
~
~
2
~
1
1
-
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-
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-
1
-
1
-
-
4
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1
1
~
~
~*
1
2
15
-
-
^
-
-
-
-
4
1
3
5
1
-
249
2
14
9
8
8
12
4
31
20
19
23
47
23
26
"~
~
-
~
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~
-
-
1
2
4
-
2
2
4
1
2
9
~
1
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2
1
~
_
1
~
1
191
2
13
7
6
7
12
3
24
18
14
-
2
12
11
^'"\3
-
-
-
-
5
5
13
9
-
-
-
-
2
1
-
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-
1
3
1
4
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-
-
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2
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5
3
2
1
n
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c
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o
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c
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-
-
-
3
3
1
1
-
-
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1
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50
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-
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24
15
15
14
5
4
3
6
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20
37
14
13
11
5
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D:
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County : County Borough
TARIF. 23 - Occupations : Occupied Population aged 15 and over by Occupation, Marital Condition
and Age Groups - continued
Age l a s t birthday
Marital condition ,
Single
Married
Londonderry County Borou^ -
160
231
7
63
70
26
85
110
36
4
3
1
Total
aged 15
and over
Occupation
Widowed
aad
divorced
Bakers and p a s t r y cooks
Butcliers and meat c u t t e r s
Food processors n . e . c .
Tobacco p r e p a r e r s and products
makers
24
25
3
8
7
6
i
4
6
14
165
348
84
104
3
13
1
39
60
2
Z
37
40
131
1
6
108
146
8
150. Bricklayers, t i l e s e t t e r s
151. Masons, stone c u t t e r s , s l a t e
workers
152. P l a s t e r e r s , cement f i n l s n e r s ,
terrasziO workers
153. Builders (so described); c l e r k s
of works
154. construction workers n . e . c .
XVI. Painters and decorators
16
92
19
127
1
7
160. Aerographers, p a i n t sprayers
161. P a i n t e r s , decorators n . e . c .
31
132
6
11
62
3
1 .
14
^ ^XIV,
10
1
14
16
19
148
184
65
5
6
2
5
6
3
4
12
4
il
3
1
6
3
3
,
1
4
6
3
4
1
2
1
2
3
2
1
1
1
15
36
21
4
8
1
6
22
12
Z
6
140.
141.
142.
143.
13
Makers of paper and paperboard
Paper products makers
Compositors
P r i n t i n g press operators
P r i n t e r s (so described)
P r i n t i n g workers n . e . c .
8
13
9
2
2
130.
131.
132.
133.
134.
135.
398
85
49
1
1
17
XIII, Paper and printing workers
34
2
16
18
25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70 and
over
20
21
20-24
9
12
U
38
41
68
69
28
21
6
9
2
6
1
4
6
2
19
20
5
20
14
4
16
19
6
24
33
11
26
32
11
7
14
7
9
9
3
2
2
2
1
3
5
-
4
10
9
8
15
12
3
4
6
-
-
1
2
2
5
2
1
5
1
2
2
3
4
1
2
1
3
1
1
1
1
10
2
1
1
2
2
1
3
2
1
1
2
7
5
4
5
16 .
2
2
-
•
1
2
1
2
2
1
1
12
-^
2
1
1
-
2
1
1
2
2
6
5
continued
XII. Food, drink and bobaccx>
workers
120.
121.
123.
124.
19
15
49
Makers of other products
4
12
13
20
Worke^:^ in rahX)er
workers l n 4 ) l a s t l c s
Craftsmen n.eVTC*^-,
Other production proe«^s workers
XV. Construction wDikers
170. Boiler firemen
171. Crane and h o i s t o p e r a t o r s ;
!
sllngers
2
-
5
•
-
3
1
1
-
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
'
z
11
22
11
20
13
8
50
64
51
118
108
24
23
188
7
8
18
6
9
10
5
25
21
20
39
29
5
1
1
2
2
3
4
2
1
1
3
2
1
4
5
6
2
1
13
19
5
16
22
2
2
2
4
1
2
1
11
2
21
3
£1
14
47
14
40
3
10
3
15
1
2
2
3
36
30
36
45
31
17
12
3
4
7
29
3
27
8
28
4
41
3
28
2
15
2
10
3
4
-
262
6
19
5
10
8
6
11
36
226
2
4
3
16
1
4
1
9
8
1
5
5
6
169
-
1
1
2
2
1
"
8
13
16
52
32
26
13
3
76
~
~
"
~*
2
4
4
20
21
15
7
2
6
3
4
1
16
1
1
-
1
10
43
174
'
2
Z
523
101
XVII. Drivers o f stationary
engines, cranes, e t c .
'
1
17
1
12 ;
:
1
1
_
172. Operators oX earth movizig and
otaier constnictlQQ nacMnery
n.e.c.
173. Boiler s c a l e r s
174. S t a t l o n a i y eaglne, m a t e r i a l s
liandillng p l a n t operators
I
n . e . c ; o i l e r s and g r e a s e r s
14
47
2
720
1,240
65
i
14
35
105
82
97
2
13
5
4
232
323
4
14
26
3
420
580
20
33
I
I
471
1,171
54
I
8
31-
~
5
7
XVQI. Labourers n . e . c .
I
I
;
41
47
3
-
12
20
4
93
12
187
64
318
1
8
5
•
_
1
2
1
2
29
7
~
1
5
-
25
5
26
3
67
12
91
14
77
65
19
309
25
-
16
-
184
243
136
201
2
-
2
1
1
-
33
~
IBO. Railway l e n g t l i a ^
Labourers and unsfcilled workers
n.e.c. ISl.
Oiemlcal and a l l i e d t r a d e s
182.
Engineering and a l l i e d t r a d e s
183.
Foundries In engineering and
€Lllled t r a d e s
184.
Textiles {not t e x t i l e goods)
185.
Coke ovens and gas works
1S6.
Glass and ceramics
167.
Building and c o n t r a c t i n g
1S8.
Ottier
XEX. Transport and connuni c a t i o n s
workers
Deck, engineering o f f i c e r s and
p i l o t s , ship
191 Deck and englneroom r a t i n g s ,
barge and boatmen
193 Drivers, motomien, firemen,
railway engine
194 Railway guards
195 Drivers of buses, coacnes, trains
196 Drivers of other road passenger
vehicles
197 Drivers of road goods vehicles
198 I n s p e c t o r s , supervisors,
transport
199 Shunters, pointsmen
200 Traffic c o n t r o l l e r s and
dispatchers, transport
201 Telephone operators
202 Telegraph and radio operators
203 Postanen, mall s o r t e r s
204 Messengers
205 Bus and tram conductors
206 P o r t e r s , t i c k e t c o l l e c t o r s ,
railway
207 Stevedores, dock labourers
208 L o n y drivers^ mates, van guards
209 workers in t r a n s p o r t and
communication occupations n . e . c
XX. Warehousemen, s t o r e k e ^ e r s ,
packers, b o t t l e r s
9
211.
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assistants
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workers
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23
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114
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15
17
21
17
7
9
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56
346
9
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13
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2
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41
27
90
6
4
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190
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1
TABLE 23 - Occupations
Occupied Population aged 15 and over by Occupation, Marital Condition
and Age Groups - continued
—
418
2
12
—
33£
10
374
38
10
2
4
4
429
881
36
34
180
5
66
220
14
74
47
1
147
103
3
34
24
8
108
54
12
5
2
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78
1
1
4
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26
75
5
432
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34
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9
67
30
14
53
2
28
152
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79
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4
13
2
3
6
1
3
54
39
19
69
52
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8
19
-
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Total
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aged 15
and over
15
Occupation
Widowed
and
divorced
Londonderry County B o r o u ^ -
346
^
Age l a s t birthday
Marital condition
Single Marrieci
Coanty : County Borough
16
17
18
19
20
21
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
174
125
50
51
65-69
70 and
over
continued
XXE. Q e r i c a l iroikers
220. Typists, shortnand w r i t e r s .
secretaries
221. Clerks, castilers, office
machine operators
222. Civil service executive o f f i c e r s
223. Civil s e r v a n t s , l o c a l a u t h o r i t y
o f f i c i a l s (so described)
230. P r o p r i e t o r s and managers, food
sales
231. P r o p r i e t o r s and managers, nonfood s a l e s
232. Stiop salesmen and a s s i s t a n t s ,
food
233. .Slop salesmen and a s s i s t a n t s .
Bon-food
234. Roundsmen (bread, milk» laundry.
s o f t drinks)
235. S t r e e t vendofsv-li^vfeers
.236. Garage p r o p r i e t o r s
:..,,
237. Commercial t r a v e l l e r s . ""~
manufacturers t agents
-,
238. Finance, insurance brokers.
f i n a n c i a l agents
239. Salesmen, s e r v i c e s ; v a l u e r s .
auctioneers
Fire brigade o f f i c e r s and men
Police o f f i c e r s and men
Guards and r e l a t e d workers n . e . c .
Publicans, innkeepers
Barmen
Lodging house, h q t e l keepers,
housekeepers,.stewards :
2 5 6 . ' R e s t a u r a t e u r s , w a i t e r s , counter
hands ,
257. Cooks-^.^ ;.-: , w::-^ • ^^ ., : ,
258. Kl:tahen hands
- ' ,5';:
259. Valets and r e l a t e d service
workers n . e . c *
5
15
13
32
33
30
27
107
2
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50
5
15
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31
31
2
27
102
3
76
4
61
3
154
18
109
14
1
2
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2
2
115
120
134
282
291
1,346
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24
39
33
219
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122
7
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XXEI. Sales woikers
XXIII, Service, : ^ r t and
recreation voikers
776
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49
1
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99
86
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79
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14
10
16
16
14
5
2
2
1
14
27
21
14
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5
6
36
30
18
35
29
8
4
4
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80
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CaretaKers, o i r i c e keepers
Qiimney sweeps
Office c l e a n e r s ; window c l e a n e r s
Hairdressers,
raanlcurlsts.
tieautlclans
Launderers, dry cleaners and
pressors
Athletes, sportsmen and r e l a t e d
workers
Hospital or ward o r d e r l i e s ;
ambulance men
s e r v i c e , sport and r e c r e a t i o n
, workers n . e . c .
36
165
6
XXIV. Aininistrators and managers
19
1
33
56
3
36
13
48
3
3
13
2
3
2
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281.
282.
283.
284*
285.
286.
287.
288.
289290.
291.
292.
293.
294.
295.
296.
297.
298.
Medical p r a c t i t i o n e r s ( q u a l i f i e d )
Dental p r a c t i t i o n e r s
Nurses
Pharmacists, dispensers
Radiograpliers (medical and
industrial)
Medical woilcers n . e . c .
University teachers
Teachers n . e . c .
C i v i l , s t r u o t u r a l , municipal
engineers
Mechanical engineers
E l e c t r i c a l engineers
Technologists n . e . c .
Qiernlsts; physical and h l o l o g l c a l
scientists
Authors, j o u r n a l i s t s and r e l a t e d
workers
Stage managers, a c t o r s , e n t e r t a i n e r s , muslclaas
P a i n t e r s , s c u l p t o r s and r e l a t e d
creative a r t i s t s
Accountants, p r o f e s s i o n a l ;
company s e c r e t a r i e s and
registrars
Surveyors, archi te c t s
Clergy, m i n i s t e r s , members of
r e l i g i o u s orders
5
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5
7
17
15
4
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2
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9
13
15
6
6
6
3
3
3
4
14
11
17
29
30
15
9
3
3
19
13
27
37
47
24
16
63
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1
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147
2
207
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noikers, a r t i s t s
—
5
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2
5
2
12
20
1
14
20
3
12
1
7
-
1
6
5
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98
2
5
1
60
1
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270. Ministers of ttie Crown; M.Ps.
( n . e . c . ) ; senior government
officials
271. Local a u t h o r i t y senior o f f i c e r s
272. Managers in engineering and a l l i e d
trades
273. Managers in t u l l d l n g and
.
contracting
274. Managers In mining and
production n . e . c .
275. Personnel managers
276. Sales managers
277. Company d i r e c t o r s
278. Managers n . e . c .
1
11
267.
2
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4
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TAMJi 23 - Occupations
County : County Borough
Occupied Population aged 15 and over by Occupation, M a r i t a l Condition
and Age Groups - continued
Age l a s t MrUiday
Marital condition
Single
Married
Wldowed
and
divorced
Total
aged 15
aad over
Occupation
15
16
17
19
18
20
21
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-44
1
3
3
4
2
2
3
1
2
4
4
10
3
2
2
3
4
2
3
2
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70 and
over
1
Londonderry G>unty B o r o u ^ -
contimisd
XXV. P r o f e s s i o n a l , t e c h n i c a l
woikers, a r t i s t s -continued
1
2
29
11
17
5
6
7
10
8
1
1
3
3
348
276
4
312
248
4
36
28
138
19
-
299. Judges, b a r r i s t e r s , advocates,
solicitors
310. Social welfare and r e l a t e d workers
311. Professional workers n . e . c .
312. Drau^tsmen
313. Laboratory a s s i s t a n t s , teclmiclans
314. Technical and r e l a t e d workers
n.e.c.
XXVI. AiAed forces ( B c i t i i ^ and
foreign)
320. Armed forces (U.K.)
321. Anned forces {Commonweal tli and
foreign)
XXVTI. Inadequately described
occupations
o
13
22
8
18
36
2
19
1
2
2
1
2
5
2
6
1
1
1
5
20
3
1
1
1
3
1
2
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1
3
628
-
11
11
24
42
52
64
286
118
46
74
13
2
1
564
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11
11
24
39
42
51
242
113
40
69
12
2
1
3
10
13
44
5
6
5
1
64
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62
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7
6
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5
14
5
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11
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FEMALES
6,051
2,190
447
Total occipied
I . Farmers,
foresters,
fisherwanen
001. Farmers, farm manageresses,
market gardeners
II. Miners and quarrywomen
III, Gas, coke and chemicals
makers
IV, Glass and ceranics makers
V. Furnace, forge, foundry,
rolling mill workers
8,688
341
444
(1)
473
(1)
435
(10)
380
(28)
329
(30)
317
(47)
1,377
839
t256) (252)
645
(219)
1,318 1,339
(SS) (573)
581
(194)
309
(75)
83
(7)
VO
YI, Eli^trical and e l e c t r o n i c
workers
1
2
-
1
z
-
055. Assemtlerj^ ( e l e c t r i c a l and
1
electronic)
21
3
1
j
2
7
2
1
6
6
1
1
1
-
1
X
-
12
4
-
12
4
-
7
4
1
7
i
1
2
1
2,564
980
1£5
19
5
3
1
z
i»672
611
83
868
365
1
79
8
-
1
7
1
-
1
22
12
19
3
11
1
-
VII, Ehgineering and a l l i e d
trades woikers n . e . c .
065.
067.
071.
077.
Maclilne tool operators
F i t t e r s , macailne e r e c t o r s , e t c .
Press workers and stampers
Inspectors (metal and e l e c t r i c a l
goods)
078. Other metal making, working;
Jewellery and e l e c t r i c a l
production process workers
VEII. Vbod«Dikers
082. SBs^evB and wood working machinists
IX. Leather M>ikers
093. Leather products makers n . e . c .
X T e x t i l e woikers
iOl- Winders, r e e l e r s
103. weavers
104. K n i t t e r s
XI. Qothipg workers
110. T a l l o r e s s e s ; d r e s s , 11 ^ t c l o t h i n g
makers
111. Upholsterers and r e l a t e d workers
112. sewers and emhrolderers, t e x t i l e
and l i g h t l e a t h e r products
113. Clothing and r e l a t e d products
makers n . e . c .
XII. Food, drink and tobacco
woikers
120. Bakers and pastry cooks
123. Food processors n . e . c .
XIII. P ^ e r and p r i n t i n g workers
131. Paper products makers
135. P r i n t i n g workers n . e . c .
"
3
-
-
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1
-
-
1
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1
(1)
1
(1)
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-
-
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1
1
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_
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25
-
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1
1
1
4
5
(1)
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3
2
(1)
-
(1)
2
9
1
-
1
1
1
6
1
1
1
1
1
1
2
1
1
-
2
*
_
*
-
-
-
-
-
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-
2
5
1
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-
-
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-
-
-
-
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3
1
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-
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-
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3
(1)
-
-
-
1
-
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-
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-
2
1
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-
-
-
-
-
-
16
1
4
1
2
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(1)
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(1)
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1
4
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1
3
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5
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12
•
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-
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3
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3,709
183
24
7
1,312
„ • '
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-
3
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2,366
_
-
1
2
7
.2
-
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243
(1)
1
182
(5)
172
(13)
-
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138
(18)
133
(18)
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1
571
(131) (
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276
(106)
1
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520
(218)
1
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533
(234)
7
246
110
61
29
19
-
-
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1
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224
192
61
65
65
48
44
43
41
178
110
84
.
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1
-
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34
+
30
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-
1
27
(4)
23
393
1
52
(10)
61
92
1
126
(37)
128
95
-
245
(93)
277
128
8
1
3
1
2
134
1
—
4
178
1
-
-
7
174
-
-
10
122
9
•
325
192
1
-
5
*
3
(1)
2
(1)
2
1
7
(2)
2
(1)
2
(1)
2
(1)
5
(4)
1
(1)
3
1
1
4
-
2
1
2
1
1
1
6
1
2
2
2
4
1
1
3
1
1
County : County Borough
TABLE 23 - Occupations : Occupied Population aged 15 and over by Occupation, Marital Condition
and Age Groups - continued
Age l a s t birttiday
Marital condition
Married
Single
Widowed
and
divorced
Total
aged 15
and over
Occupation
Londonderry (bunty Bovoa^
-
15
16
18
17
19
20
21
2
(1)
4
1
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
8
6
(2)
4
(2)
3
(1)
3
(1)
70 and
over
60-64
65-69
1
3
(1)
1
(1)
1
55-59
continued
44
-
3
5
4
1
43
-
3
5
1
3
2
4
,1
8
6
4
3
3
1
3
1
1
XV. Construction workers
-
-
*
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
XVI. Painters and decorators
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
.
XVII. Drivers o f stationary
engines, cranes, e t c .
-
.
.
*
*
.
•
-
*
-
.
.
.
*
-
-
-
XVin. Labo^irers n . e . c .
2
-
—
"
•
-
-
•"
*
*
1
•
-
1
(1)
•
•
*
33
9
2
1
32
9
£
.
1
.
.
1
1
1
-
34
7
4
1
3
23
6
i
1
1
5
1
-
2
1
148
42
3
31
7
1
117
35
2
755
145
22
249
52
2
500
93
20
-
XIV. Nfokers of other products
142. CraTtswomen n.eVc.
143. OtHer production process workers
LaDourers and unskilled woilters
n.e.c1J88.
Ottier
XIX. Tran^)ort and ocniauni cations
^^ ^
woikers
196. Drivers of otlier^TQad passenger
veMcles
X
197. Drivers of road goods vehicles
201. Telephone operators
202. Telegraph and radio operator?
203. Postworaen, mall sorters
204. Messengers
208. hotry drivers* mates, van guards
XX. Warehousewonen, storekeepers,
packers, b o t t l e r s
210. Wareiiousewomen, storekeepers and
assistants
211. Packers, l a h e l l e r s and related
woilters
XXI. Clerical ¥Oiicers
220* !Cyplsts^ sborttiand writers,
secretaries
221. Clerks, cashiers, o r n c e machine
operators
2
-
-
-
-
45
2
*
2
2
1
-
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
30
7
1
1
1
1
193
9
12
18
20
39
3
1
4
3
1
154
6
11
14
17
13
922
22
58
67
66
303
8
24
32
613
14
34
35
o
-
-
-
-
1
-
-
1
-
-
-
1
3
8
7
(2)
3
9
(3)
5
(1)
5
(1)
1
-
-
-
-
2
-
2
-
3
5
(1)
5a
1
1
1
n>
1
3
8
6
1
1
2
6
3
3
1
3
1
1
4
(2)
12
(4)
29
(9)
24
(3)
16
(6)
22
(11)
17
(10)
6
3
3
9
4
4
2
3
4
9
26
15
12
18
15
3
4
55
(2)
50
(4)
47
(5)
209
(37)
91
(28)
88
(19)
134
(4L)
76
(11)
38
(3)
20
(3)
30
18
19
13
72
33
28
37
11
4
4
35
37
30
34
136
U7
60
95
64
24
16
4
H
2
3
3
3
—
-
3
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556
148
44
40
23
11
53
33
22
98
24
1
356
4
66
1
6
1
2
"""
*"
3
1
3
222. Civil service executive o f r i c e r s
223. Civil s e r v a n t s , l o c a l a u t h o r i t y
o f f i c i a l s (so described)
XXII. Sales isoikers
230. P r o p r i e t r e s s e s and manageresses.
food s a l e s
Z3X' P r o p r i e t r e s s e s aa^ manageresses,
non-rood s a l e s
252. Shop saleswomen and a s s i s t a n t s ,
food
233. Stiop saleswomen and a s s i s t a n t s .
non-food
235. S t r e e t vendors, hapifeers
Z37* Commercial t r a v e l l e r s , manufacturers* agents
239. Saleswomen, s e r v i c e s ; v a l u e r s .
auctioneers
1
1,205
4
688
181
-
-
£5
16
5
Police o f f i c e r s and women
Guards and r e l a t e d worKers n . e . c .
Publicans, innkeepers
Barmaids
Lodging house, h o t e l keepers,
housekeepers and matrons
Restaurateurs, waitresses.
counter hands
Cooks
Kltcaien hands
Maids and r e l a t e d service
workers n . e . c .
Caretakers, office keepers
Oiarwomen, office c l e a n e r s ;
window cleaners
Hairdressers, manicurists.
beauticians
Launderers, dry cleaners and
pressers
Hospital or ward o r d e r l i e s ;
ambulance women
Service, sport and r e c r e a t i o n
workers n . e . c .
7
3
3
XXEV. Aininistrators and
manageresses
12
8
1
11
6
11
1
86
18
18
—
77
36
40
76
23
33
18
7
3
137
4
150
7
33
2
34
95
29
251.
252.
253.
254.
255.
256.
257.
258.
259.
260.
262.
263.
71
15
4
662
228
50
8
9
264.
266.
•
1
•
XXIII. Service, sport and i
recreation voikers
-
-
-
5
3
2
1
1
267.
270. Ministers of the Crown; M.Ps.
( n . e . c . ) ; senior government
officials
271. Local authority senior o f f i c e r s
274. Manageresses in mining and
production n . e . c .
278. Manageresses n . e . c .
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
1
1
-
-
-
-
3
~
-
-^
1
-
1
-
1
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
748
44
56
56
(1>
31
(1)
98
(34)
39
(10)
28
(4)
13
(2)
18
20
13
6
3
4
3
i
^
(3)
23
(6)
119
(22)
50
(12)
52
(20)
98
(42)
i 41
74
-
. -
1
-
-
1
1
2
2
6
17
108
-
-
-
1
-
1
1
4
5
4
25
23
13
15
7
11
123
10
8
9
8
8
6
7
22
12
12
^
14
2
2
-
-
428
6
34
38
46
47
23
-
-
-
-
32
1
13 .
1
89
2
31
29
1
34
1
40
10
±
2
1
3
2
2
-
-
-
-
-
-
.,^ -
-
-
2
-
-
-
-
-
"~
—
3
1
—
2
-
1
165
(40)
12?"
(48)
3
1
-
7
.
193
(75)
94
(26)
43
(12)
19
(2)
>
a
o
o
4
5
8
2
K:
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2,074
51
70
74
82
(3)
«
_
_
-
75
(8)
—
_
«
_
56
(4)
_
61
(11)
_
^
_
231
(41)
_
_
_
1
1
1
3
3
3
4
4
387
(]9l>
463
(242)
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4
1
34
15
-
—
—
_
-
—
_..
—
-
122
-
.-
-
1
_
2
1
4
5
5
30
^
14
21
10
6
171
66
76
1
3
5
1
1
7
5
1
3
6
1
2
25
5
8
13
2
5
9
6
6
42
12
20
45
26
18
9
8
5
4
1
2
1
1
2
1
4
6
4
5
320
13
3
9
6
.6
11
5
8
-
_
-
_
26
22
28
74
2
75
5
33
4
21
1
5
1
1
158
-
1
1
2
-
3
1
8
26
76
^
12
3
2
90
10
10
10
10
5
6
2
14
6
8
8
5
3
941
36
47
49
49
39
30
37
133
98
47
151
164
84
SJ6
13
5
17
-
-
-
2
-
1
1
4
-
-
7
4
-
-
-
-
46
1
1
2
2
4
1
2
8
6
3
7
7
4
1
—
—
1
(1)
4
(1)
4
(1)
1
2
„
_
*.
13
1
1
1
_
_
—
_
_
_
_
_
_
^
_
_
—
—
_
10
-
_
-
_
-
-.
-
^
-
_
-
—
^
-
JU
—I 1
^
^
_
_
_
_
^
_
-
1
1
1
7
4
DO
1
1
1
4
o
o
3
-
2
-
o
00
o
o
a:
o
o
^
a
o
a
TABLE 23 - Occupations
Occupied Population aged 15 and over by Occupation, Marital Condition
and Age Groups - continued
Marital condition
Single
Married
Widowed
and
divorced
Total
aged 15
and over
Occupation
15
16
17
y-
487
139
IB
1
2
194
3
4
3
39
1
1
1
6
-
Z
7
"^
1
4
i
"•
1
2
-
. *~
"*
48
4
*"
6
1
1
1
1
~
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*
^
4
83
•
280.
281.
282.
283.
284.
Medical practitioners (qualified)
Dental practitioners
Nurses
Fbarmaclsts, dispensers
Radlograpibers (medical and
industrial)
2B5. Medical workers n . e . c .
286. University te^diers
2B7» Teaciiers n . e . c .
294. Stage manageresses, actresses.
entertainers, musicians
295. Painters, sculptors and related
^ ^creative artists
296. Acbountants, professional; company
secretaries and registrars
297. Surveyors r^arcjiltects
298. Cler©^, ministers, members of
r e l i g i o u s orders
310. social welfare and related ,
worfeers
311. Professional workers n . e . c .
312. Draugitswomen
313. Letboratoiy a s s i s t a n t s .
teclrnl clans
19
: 20
1
102
2
"
320. Armed forces (U.K.)
321. Armed forces (coiraBonwealtli and
foreisi)
XXVII. Inadequately described
ocoq>aticiis
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
20
(1)
—
-
136
(9)
^
-
133
(32)
_
65
(17)
106
(38)
—
—
3
3
41
1
43
(8)
_
^
28
(2)
2
1
26
1
98
(32)
^
6
(1)
—
_
—
-
_
1
1
3
1
1
1
2
5
9
6
6
239
4
—
-
^
-
-
^
-
16
(1)
-
~
*
*-
—
—
—
6
10
4
294
-
—
*
2
"
-
3
-
-
—
_
—
2
1
—
—
-
*-
-
5
~
—
*
1
1
2
—
—
-
52
—
—
I
1 —
—
8
1
1
1
2
1
2
9
70 and
over
11
64
1
65
-
1
23
1
1
8
1
6
—
—
—
-
—
—
11
^
_
-
4
1
28
43
57
29
15
4
1
-
-
*-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
-
1
-
1
2
-
-
-
1
-
-
-
-
•^
-
-
1
.-
^
1
^ -
-
1
1
_
—
-
—
-
—
-
_
-
-,
—
-
3
3
8
3
3
7
10
4
6
2
9
—
—
-
-
—
_
-
^
-
_
_
2
1
3
2
_
_
-
_
1
-
-
2
1
1
4
1
-
1
-
-
"_
^
-
_
„
-.
•
1
85
*"
"•
2
9
17
13
10
(1)
38
(2)
6
4
5
4
-
-
-
-
84
-
-
2
9
17
13
10
38
6
3
5
4
-
-
-
-
21^
24
10
1
|
1
102
1
27
2
1
1
1
4
5
6
6
. —
1
62
1
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5
5
2
52
•
82
21
644
1
XXVL. Armed forces ( B r i t i d i and
forei^)
2
18
__.^.,^^_
continued
XXV. Professional, t e d m i c a l
woikers, a r t i s t s
**
-
2
1
82
to
Age l a s t Mrtliday
Londoinderry County Borou^ -
6
6
3
205
County : County Borough
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as
>
^S^^^^^'
ABLE 24
County : County Borough
Occupations : Population ag:ed 15 and over by Socio-ecoanoteic Group,
Social Class and Age Group
FemaJ e s a t a g e s
Males a t ages
Total
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70 and
over
3.324
37,965
4,754
3.686
3.384
3,350
6,410
5,838
2.484
2,400
1.897
3.762
39
57
114
1
1
10
6
19
34
17
7
6
13
73
65
96
218
1
9
13
19
38
53
23
22
15
25
42
29
12
34
16
-
-
2
1
2
3
-
6
-
2
16
8
5
17
62
1
4
8
8
17
18
5
9
4
8
Total
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70 and
over
T o t a l : aged 15 and o v e r
37,809
4.958
3,834
3.405
3.235
6,582
6»040
2.408
2.192
i,a3i
Employers and managers large estatllsliments
684
1
13
48
77
171
162
62
54
Employers and m a n a g e r s small establishments
1,201
6
46
92
138
304
289
92
Professional workers - s e l f
employed
321
-
2
26
21
78
77
P r o f e s s i o n a l w o r k e r s - employees
371
22
29
72
63
93
46
Londonderry County
S o c i o - e c o n o m i c Group
1
2
3
4
5
I n t e m e d l a t e non-manual w o r k e r s
6
J u n i o r notunanual workers
7
Personal s e r v i c e workers
8
9
10
Foremen and s u p e r v i s o r s - manual
91
114
96
182
126
31
34
28
39
1,345
ii4v^
290
215
148
165
168
74
63
35
73
337
297
246
364
246
110
94
86
109
2,409
850
596
275
148
246
166
44
41
19
24
262
49
41
38
19
41
30
21
8
9
6
1.846
324
255
"164
125
279
287
117
90
87
lie
463
-
58
129
116
40
50
12
32
77
3
11
12
"^..
12
12
2
6
1
4
94
211
1.091
445
188
88
73
106
86
28
25
23
29
146
208
3.034
1,237
771
309
174
226
"\44£
67
36
29
43
03
O
73
89
30
20
8
6
Da
69
87
39 .
42
36
71
a
o
10
36
S k i l l e d manual w o r k e r s
5,713
1,094
780
724
619
1,047
767
215
2,825
268
297
263
237
554
487
190
175
11
U n s k i l l e d manual w o r k e r s
4,710
440
494
393
429
866
924
^6
310
216
262
332
32
22
20
12
Ovffi a c c o u n t w o r k e r s ( o t h e r t h a n
professional)
1,497
19
73
101
130
275
324
113
134
103
225
397
7
12
14
20
Farmers - e m p l o y e r s a n d m a n a g e r s
1,515
2
29
63
93
335
339
149
151
110
244
89
1
1
-
1
6
18
10
V 12
10
30
-
5
2
7
17
63
38
49
30
114
5
9
14
F a n n e r s - own a c c o u n t
6,593
52
330
397
448
1,143
1,223
585
579
633
1,203
325
15
A g r i c u l t u r a l workers
4,948
1,095
608
377
337
634
681
284
287
215
430
80
17
8
5
7
17
6
2
4
16
Members of armed
1,602
284
536
304
168
229
51
3
6
6
15
4
-
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
1
1
2
3,190
Indefinite
o
o
a
:z
19
400
S e m i - s k i l l e d manual w o r k e r s
Not a p p l i c a b l e
o
760
162
forces
>
2,289
32
13
n
o
a
791
265
29
23
22
86
98
56
4«
44
122
124
73
8
4
7
14
9
5
1
1
1,264
942
89
37
34
51
54
23
12
8
14
26,382
1,648
1,504
2,242
2,560
5,104
4,597
1,983
1,967
1,587
H
><
o
ffi
o
*n
r"
o
^
o
Social
I Professional,
e t c . , occupations
II Intemedlate
occupations:
III Skilled occupations:
IV P a r t l y s k i l l e d
occupations:
V Unskilled
D
Gass
T o t a l * : o c c u p i e d and r e t i r e d
occupations
•See footnote at end of table.
34.152
3,467
3,180
3,041
3,011
6,216
5,837
2.326
2,128
1,773
3,173
11,440
3.033
2.173
1,137
783
1.288
1,225
492
432
308
569
692
22
31
98
84
171
123
58
37
17
51
98
1
4
10
9
19
21
5
15
4
10
34
54
1
161
357
248
455
306
538
643
1,472
1
596
1,554
206
732
207
726
155
742
247
1,447
2,248
412
142
1
318
6
257
2
193
6
301
23
369
81
176
48
166
61
116
40
810
144
manual
non-manual
agricultural
2
2,803
8,077
manual
non-manual
agricultural
7,144
2, 07S
53
1,115
373
845
309
5
840
288
5
778
223
4
1,375
348
11
1.099
218
14
325
93
7
254
71
4
165
66
1
354
84
2
1,567
2,341
505
841
256
579
133
257
124
141
192
246
168
161
40
46
43
32
42
17
62
21
manual
non-manual
agricultural
2,971
694
4,926
269
62
1,095
299
73
605
266
69
377
248
71
336
582
118
629
521
110
675
200
50
279
184
47
287
159
37
215
241
57
428
3.035
1,325
82
1,237
257
17
771
207
8
309
144
5
174
95
9
226
191
17
142
188
6
67
78
2
36
55
4
29
47
5
44
63
9
4,717
443
494
393
429
867
926
376
311
216
262
332
32
22
20
32
73
89
30
20
8
6
E71
50
DO
County, : County Borough
TABLE 24 - Occupations : Population aged 15 and over by Socio-economic Group,
Social Class and Age Group - continued
CO
Fental es at ages
Males at ages
Total
15-19
20-24
25-29
50-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
6&-69
70 and
over
986
19,431
2.496
1,934
1,7.20
1,627
3,306
3,097
1,356
1,220
927
1.748
29
33
62
1
3
3
4
13
12
9
7
3
7
38
36
59
147
-
7
6
5
27
34
22
16
6
24
2
-
-
5
-
-
1
-
-
9
5
8
12
11
4
6
2
10
94
36
29
22
30
Total
15-19
20-24
25-29
30-34
35-44
45-54
55-59
60-64
65-69
70 and
over
Socio-econondc Groiq>
Total : aged 15 and over
15,976
2,390
1,882
1.459
1,448 1 2,703
2,563
1.055
842
648
1 Bttployers and managers large establlslnaents
416
-
26
28
44
83
107
36
30
2 anployers and managers aaall establlstments
626
-
16
31
68
159
163
56
Londonderry County Borough
3
Professional woiicers - self
employed
o
m
110 :
1
2
7
14
34
26
8
3
8
7
6
4 Professional wortcers - employees
143
8
17
19
14
33
26 •
7
7
6
6
67
-
5
634
28
104
89
64
102
11^
28
41
37
29
640
18
128
129
59
95
£,OS0
262
253
178
155
325
310
162
129
113
133
1.611
512
334
149
153
202
137
50
47
21
26
53
151
160
61
55
29
53
4
23
22
17
14
8
16
100
o
Intemaedlate non-^aanual vwi^ers
6 Junior ncn-manual workers
7
Personal service workers
S59
60
42
31
33
75
60
22
15
11
10
784
106
69
4V
8
Ftoremen and aaipervlsors - samial
S84
-
10
31
36
72
72
16
20
9
18
113
-
3
7
3,805
666
418
398
10 Saul-skilled manual worfeers
S.S9&
357
329
11 Ifiiskllled manual irforkers
2,951
251
Z&7
9
Skilled manual workers
IB OM3 account workers (otbi^r than
professlaial)
238
166
407
671
524
255
241
386
362
120
85
198
252
513
602
279
226
211
1,494
313
189
118
84
183
243
104
91
58
102
3,942
1,048
576
355
259
505
465
232
171
157
194
H
161
212
274
13
11
5.
15
46
94
35
24
17
14
sc
3
4
12
31
43
26
29
85
28
in
1
-
2
-
1
1
1
-
-
-
-
-
116
582
7
35
36
41
124
119
49
55
39
79
202
13 F^naens - eiq)loyers and managei^-^.
11
-
-
1
-
3
2
-
-
-
5
4
14 Paimers - own account
48.
1
1
1
3
1
7
4
4
5
21
4
-
-
15 Agricultural workers
126
lo
5
8
9
16
20
6
14
11
27
2
-
16 Members of aimed forces
638
88
2S86
118
46
74
14
4
2
1
5
85
28
38
6
4
5
4
Indefinite
183
86
14
5
6
13
15
12
8
3
21
117
31
4
5
6
21
24
10
12
Not ^ p l l c a b l e
745
565
69
25
15
19
22
8
9
5
8
9,877
423
557
881
981
1,987
1,754
748
716
2
1
1
4
-
S84
1.244
Total* : occupied and r e t i r e d
II mtemedlate
occupations:
I I I i ^ l l l e d occupations:
IV Partly s k i l l e d
occupations:
V Iftiskllled occupations
manual
nt^i-manual
agricultural
manual
non-^aanual
agricultural
manual
non-^ianual
agricultural
>
a
so
Socisil Q a s s
I Professional, e t c . , occupations
o
69
3
-
a
14,410
1.6.51
1;513
1.311
1,381
253
9
19
26
28
13
1,612
52
f 4,534
1,717
2
2,337
781
131
2,978
2,512
1.031
823
639
952
9,352
2,014
1,335
828
636
1,293
1.315
598
490
339
504
67
52
15
10
14
13
73
-
11
5
8
15
1^
4
7
2
10
2
100
4
122
24
1,053
8
21
135
1
142
76
169
2
169
87
2
96
57
1
101
2
150
76
1,805
1, 570
363
500
211
322
133
138
102
132
228
199
303
140
137
45
111
45
85
23
132
26
3,944
623
2
1,048
69
576
68
355
50
259
44
505
129
465
135
232
56
172
35
137
16
1
195
23
1
^^
11
5
16
46
94
35
24
17
14
2,597
•
2
120
4
199
101
142
2
2
164
2
682
236
1
151
1
450
233
460
170
488
138
850
295
6
361
8
690
258
357
71
10
330
60
5
256
46
8
242
51
10
394
141
. 17
371
141
21
121
91
6
91
56
14
63
58
12
275
96
1
112
66
28
253
263
201
256
517
604
281
226
162
215
32
1
•Excluding Araed Forces and persosos Hlth Inadeqiiately described occi^atlons.
1
311
3
109
3
290
114
1
274
i
T A B U ; 25 - Industries
County : County Borough
Working Population aged 15 and over by Industry
(excluding persons out of work)
Xote:- Figures in the column "Unskilled only" r e l a t e to males in Social Class V
Total
Males
Females
Males
Indus tiy
Unskilled
only
Total
Industry
Married
only
Total
Females
Unskilled
only
Total
Married
only
Londonderry Gnmty
All Industries
I . Agriculture, forestry,
fishing
001. Agriculture and horticulture
1. Fanoing (not fruit) and stock-rearing
2. Agricultural contracting
3. Market gardening, f r u i t , flower, and seed growing
002, Forestry
003. Flailing
1. Sea fishing
2. Fishing in Inland waters
I I . Minii^ and quarrying
101. Coal raining
102. Stone and slate quarrying and mining
1, stone quarrying and raining
2. Slate quaitylng and mining
103. dialk, clay, sand and gravel extraction
109. Other mining and quarrying
1. Iron ore mining and quarrying
3. Salt mines, hrine p i t s , s a l t works
2, 4, 5. Others
III. Food, drink and tobacco
211.
212.
213.
214.
215.
216.
217.
218.
219.
229.
231.
239.
240.
Grain milling
Bread and flour confectionery
Biscuits
Bacon curing, meat and fish products
Milk products
1. Milk, tfutter and cheese
2. Ice cream
sugar
Cocoa, chocolate and sugar confectionery
1. Cocoa and chocolate
2. Sugar confectionery
Fruit and vegetable products
1. Jam, marmalade. J e l l i e s , e t c .
2. Other f r u i t and vegetable products
Anlraal and poultry foods
Food industries not elsewhere specified
1. Margarine
2. starch and miscellaneous foods
Brewing and malting
Other drink Industries
1. s p i r i t d i s t i l l i n g and compounding
2. British wines, cider and perry
3. Soft drinks
Tobacco
28,418
3,067
9,893
2.025
10,048
1
347
48
9.599
9,429
1
1
346
312
48
35
43
410
39
7
32
-
57
1
1
-
-
1,038
t
232
541
117
274
3
133
389
389
34
28
1
71
55
55
10
35
4
3
168
168
-
-
-
izr
^
24
24
-
16
17
-
17
2
2
-
37
-
19
-
34
1
-
1
-
1
-
13
83
-
7
2
4
-
-
-
-
'T-
6
6
22
14
_
8
286
4
1
1
1
—
36
433
75
34
16
Coke ovens and manufactured fuel
Mineral oil refining
Lubricating o i l s and greases
Cbemicals and dyes
1, Qyestuffs
2. F e r t i l i z e r s and chemicals for pest control
3. Otlier chemic6Lls
x
Pharmaceutical and t o i l e t p r ^ ^ r a t i o n s
1. Pharmaceutical preparations
-^
2. Toilet preparations
Explosives and fireworks
-^^
Paint and printing ink
Vegetable and anlraal o i l s , fats, soap and
detergents
1. vegetable and animal o i l s and fats
2. Soap, detergents, candles and glycerine
Syuthetic resins and p l a s t i c s materials
Polishes, gelatine, adheslves, e t c .
1. Polishes
2. Gelatine, adheslves, e t c .
. -
-
-
-
H
>
Iron and steel (general)
Steel tubes
Iron castings, e t c .
U ^ t metals
Copper, brass and other base metals
VI. Engineering and e l e c t r i c a l gpods
335.
336.
337.
338.
339.
6
-
IS
311.
312.
313.
321.
'322.
-
1
1
IV. Qiemicals and a l l i e d induistri^s
V. Metal manufacture
331.
332.
353.
334.
-
-
276.
277.
-
-
42
4
273.
274.
275..
32
32
19
1
1
22
9
272.
-
37
15
3
61
19
261.
262.
263.
271-
o
o
a
Agricultural machinery (except tractors)
Metal-working machine tools
Engineers' small tools and gauges
Industrial engines
1. Internal combustion engines
2. Other prime movers
Textile machinery and accessories
Contractors* plant and quarrying machinery
Mechanical handling ecfuipment
Office machinery
Other machinery
1. Mining machinery
2. printing and bookbinding machinery
3. Refrigerating machinery
4. sp£^ce-heatij:^g, ventilating and a i r conditioning equipment
5. Pumps, compressors, e t c .
6. scales and weighing machinery
7. Portable power tools
8. Other machinery except e l e c t r i c a l machinery
433
-
- ..^
75
34
16
-
*-
-
106
327
50
25
4
30
1
15
'
.. -
-
-
-
~
_
-
.^
'
•
'
"
"
4
-
""•-•..,^
-
"""••...
~
'^.
-
•
•
~
~
~
'^'v.
-
._
-
•
-
281
33
29
1
-
-
-
1
3
1
64
64
~
~
—
a
o
o
H
.
-
"^
•
*
_
—
-
-
~
~
~
7
5
~
~
~
~
~
~
13
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
~
-
-
-
5
13
~
~
~
—
•
~.
**
~
. ""
*<
D3
O
o
a
o
ix
o
r
o
:2
a
o
':^
a
w
3
3
~
~
—
00
en
^ L E 25 - Industries
County
Working Population aged 15 and over by Industry
(excluding persons out of work) - continued
'
Msaes
Industry
!
Total
Females
Unskilled
only
Total
County Borough
Males
Industry
Married
Only
Total
oo
Females
Unskilled
only
Total
Married
only
Londonderry County - continued
IX Metal goods not elsewhere i^ecified
VI. Engineering and e l e c t r i c a l goods - continued
i . Indiustrial plant and steelworK:
1. Boilers and bollerhouse plant
2. OtUer industrial plant and fabricated steelwork
£, Ordnance and small arms
3. Other mechaaical engineering not eisevfliere specified
1. Ball and r o l l e r bearings
2, precision chains
3. Other mechanical engineering
d, scientific, surgical and photographic instruments, e t c .
1. Photographic equipment
E. Optical instruments
3. Spectacles, e t c .
4. surgical, dental and Veterinary instruments and
appliances
5. Other scientific Instruments and equipment
52. Watches and clocks
61. Electrical machinery
62. Insulated wlrei^and cables
«3- Telegraph and telephone apparatus
)64. Radio and other electronic apparatus
1. Valves
\^
2. Radio and other electronlaequipment and gramophones
365. txjmestlc e l e c t r i c appliances " -^^
369. Other electrical goods
" -^.
1. Electrical equipment for motor vehicles, cycles
and aircraft
^ -..
2. Primary batteries
3. Secondary batteries (accumulators)
" \
4 : Electric lamps
-,
5. Miscellaneous electrical goods
8
8
-
12
59
370. Shipbuilding and marine engineering
1. Shipbuilding and ship repairing
2. Marine engineering
V[II. Vehicles
381. Motor vehicle manufacturing
382. Motor qycle, three-v4ieel vehicle and pedal oycle
manufacturing
383. Aircraft manufacturing and repairing
384. Locomotives and railway track equipment
385. Railway carriages and wagons and trams
389. Perambulators, hand-trucks, e t c .
4
6
.
-.
-
2
1
-
^
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
^
-
_
-
59
8
5
3
6
-
_
-
-
21
i
58
-
4
12
-
2
1
1
i
1
1
58
12
-
-
2
13
-
-
2
-
13
-
3^
5
-
*
36
33
3
5
5
-
. -
-
51
-
1
*
18
-
1
-
_
—
-. '
~
_
-
48
48
•
VII. Shipbuilding and marine engineering
-
2
2
• -
-
32
«
•
1
—
391.
392.
393.
394.
395.
396.
399.
Tools and implements
Cutlery
Bolts, nuts, screws, r i v e t s , e t c .
Wire and wire manufactures
Cans and metal boxes
Jewellery, plate and refining of precious metals
Metal industries not elsewfliere specified
1. Metal furniture
2. Metal windows and door frames
3. Safes, locks, latches and keys
4. Springs
5. Drop forgings, e t c .
6. industrial and domestic hollowHware
7, Miscellaneous metal goods and metal
finishing
X- Textiles
411. Production of man-made fibres
412, Spinning and doubling of cotton, flax and
man-made fibres
413. weaving of cotton, linen and man-made fibres
414. woollen and worsted
1. Wool sorting, cleaning*, e t c . , and combing and
topmaklng
2. worsted spinning
3. Worsted weaving
4. Wool recovery
5. woollen spinning and weaving
6. Pressed f e l t
415. Jute
416. Rope, twine and net
417. Hosiery and other knitted goods
418. Lace
419. Carpets
421. Narrow fabrics
422. Made-up t e x t i l e s
1. Household textiles and handkerchiefs
2. canvas goods and sacks
423. Textile finishing
429. Other t e x t i l e Industries
1. Asbestos
2. Other
X[. Leather, leather goods and fiir
431. Leather {tanning and dressing) and fellmongery
432. Leather goods
433. Fur
50
3
2
-
-
_
-
-
-
-
-
~
-
-
'-
-
47
2
1
-
855
99
577
117
326
21
23
12
35
202
12
35
7
188
2
55
-
-
-
-
-
-.
-
~
~
~
~
-
"
'•
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-
134
11
-
-
3
47
52
-
89
87
2
151
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7
1
6
_
1
2
12
11
1
19
1
1
218
215
3
7
^ 34
31
3
3
—
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1
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7
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2
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6
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X H . C l o t h i n g and £cx>twear
441.
442.
443.
445.
446.
449.
450,
Weatierproor outerwear
Men»s and boys* t a i l o r e d outerwear
WDmen»s and g l r l s » t a i l o r e d outerwear
O v e r a l l s and raen»s s J i l r t s , underwear, e t c .
1. Heavy o v e r a l l s
2 . Men»s and tioys* s h i r t s , underwear and
nl^twear
c r e s s e s , l i n g e r i e . I n f a n t s ' wear, e t c ,
1. Ll^t outerwear
2. Lingerie
3. Infants* wear
H a t s , caps and m i l l i n e r y
1. F e l t h a t s
2 . Other
Dress industries not elsewhere specified
1. Collets
Z* Gloves
3. Umbrellas and walking sticks
4. other
Footwear
X E n . B r i c k s , p o t t e r y , g l a s s , ceroait, e t c .
4 6 1 . BTlcfcs, f i r e c l a y and r e f r a c t o r y goods
462. P o t t e r y
463. Glass
i. Glass (other than containers)
2. Glass containers
464. cement
469. Abrasives and b u i l d i n g m a t e r i a l s , e t c . , n o t
else?fliere s p e c i f i e d
1. Abrasives
2. Building m a t e r i a l s , e t c . , n o t elsevftiere
specified
XLV. Timber,
fiimiture,
etc.
Timber
F u r n i t u r e and u p h o l s t e r y
Bedding, e t c .
Shop and o f f i c e f i t t i n g
wooden c o n t a i n e r s and b a s k e t s
1. Coopering
2. Boxes, crates, etc.
3. Baskets
479. M i s c e l l a n e o u s wood and cork manufactures
471.
-472.
473.
474.
475.
XV. Paper, p r i n t i n g and p u b l i s h i n g
4 8 1 . Paper and board
482- Cardboard b o x e s , c a r t o n s and f i b r e - b o a r d p a c k i n g cases
483. Manufacture of p a p e r and board n o t elsewhere
specified
1. Wallpaper
2 . Bags
3 . Manufactiured s t a t i o n e r y
4 . Other
466 P r i n t i n g , p u b l i s h i n g of newspapers and p e r i o d i c a l s
489 Other p r i n t i n g , p u b l i s h i n g , bookbinding, engraving,
etc.
214
2,609
386
1
162
1,777
287
132
1,777
4
4
287
1
1
18
18
30
30
34
34
797
797
385
156
14
62
37
1
93
93
XVE. O t h e r maaiBifacturin^^ i i H i a s t r x e s
4 9 1 . Rubber
1, lyres and tubes
2. Other rubber goods
492. Linoleum, leather cloth, etc.
493. Brushes and brooms
494. Toys, games and sports equipment
1. Toys and games
2. Sports equipment
495. Miscellaneous stationers* goods
1. Pens and pencils of all kinds
2. Other stationers* goods
496. Plastics moulding and fabricating
499. Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
1. Musical instruments
2. Other
XVII. Construction
500. Construction
4,017
XVIII. Gas, e l e c t r i c i t y and w a t e r
6 0 1 . Gas
602. E l e c t r i c i t y
6 0 3 . Water supply
-^,
XEX. Transport and connunication
323
119
13
323
119
13
219
52
14
145
7
5
2
52
10
1
2
65
701, Railways
702 Road p a s s e n g e r t r a n s p o r t
1 . Omnibus and tramway s e r v i c e
2 . Taxis and p r i v a t e - h i r e c a r s
703, Road h a u l a g e c o n t r a c t i n g
704 s e a t r a n s p o r t
705. P o r t and i n l a n d water t r a n s p o r t
706, Air t r a n s p o r t
707 P o s t a l s e r v i c e s and telecommunications
709. Mlscellfflieous t r a n s p o r t s e r v i c e s and
storage
X?C D i s t r i b u t i v e t r a d e s
40
64
40
64
40
4,017
1,319
68
13
1,319
68
13
14
2
3
11
1
1
44
248
62
38
188
22
55
1
1,352
172
140
196
456
407
49
im
69
104
2
357
31
26
26
11
5
5
31
1
1
2
1
ill
35
8
2
75
9
11
1
3,037
252
1,517
266
450
58
72
16
151
163
2
5
4
55
69
1
2,036
595
539
64
365
264
194
15
20
23
39
18
3
7
9
5
1
3
3
8
1
1
4
1,400
295
164
155
494
80
116
76
245
65
24
30
79
17
19
11
1
1
60
67
5i
15
15
810. Wholesale d i s t r i b u t i o n
1. Groceiy and p r o v i s i o n s , c o n f e c t i o n e i y ,
drinks
2 . Other food
3 . Tobacco
4. C l o t h i n g , footwear and t e x t i l e s
5. Paper, s t a t i o n e r y and books
6 . Petroleum procJucts
7 . Other non-food goods
8 . General wholesale merchants
820. R e t a i l d i s t r i b u t i o n
1. Grocery and p r o v i s i o n s
2 . Other food
3 . Confectionery, tobacco, newspapers
4 . Clothing and footwear
5. Household goods
6 . Other non-food goods
7 . General s t o r e s , e t c .
93
21
60
4
7
1
TABLE 25 • Industries
Working Population aged 15 and over by Industry
(excluding persons out of work) - continued
1
Total
Males
Females
Males
Indus tiy
County : County Borough
Unsfcllled
only
Total
Married
only
Industry
Total
Females
UnsKllled '
only
Total
Married
only
Londonderry County - continued
XX. DLstrLhitive trades - continued
831. Dealing in coal, builders' materials, grain and
agricultural supplies (wholesale or r e t a i l )
1. coal merchants
2. Builders' mercliants
3. Com, seed and agricultural merchaats
4. Dealing in horses and livestoclt
832. Dealing in other Industrial materials and machinery
1. Ores and metals
£, Timber
3. Hides, slclns and leather
4. Textile materials and yams
5. industrial machinery
6. scrap and waste materials
7. Other industrial materials
6. Dealing in industrial materials generally
XXI. Insurance, banking and finance
860. Insuirance, hanfcing and rinsffice
1. In3l^'ance
2. Banking and bill-discounting
3. Finance
4. property oimlng and managing, e t c .
XXII. Professional aajd scientific services
XXIII. Miscellaneous services
454
75
206
72
101
97
80
19
44
9
8
21
39
10
24
4
1
6
4
2
Z
-
1
34
2
1
18
25
17
14
-
-1
-
1
1
-
-
-
-
224
10
88
12
224
84
118
9
13
10
-3
88
30
43
11
4
12
8
1
2
1
1,101
12
1,736
487
-
1
5
2
1
22
744
55
822
682
87
21
22
10
62
31
24
1
8
304
14
156
116
23
11
3
3
2
3
3
-
-
-
2
3
2
-
7
•
-
1
2
^
^
^
1
•
871.
872.
873.
874.
Accountancy services
"^
Educational services
""-.
Legal services
Medical and dental services
1. Hospital and consultant services
-..
2. Local autiiorlty health services
3- General medical services
4. Dental services
5. Other medical services
875. Religious organisations
879. Other professional and scientific services
1. 6cientiric and technical services
2. Research and development services
3. professional and scientific organisations
4. Veterinary surgery
5. Otber
46
392
55
314
198
30
59
20
7
1S4
110
77
13
-
19
1
2
-4
4
-
2
4
2
-.
-
' 881. Cinemas, theatres, radio, e t c .
1. Cinemas
2. Other
882. Sport and other recreations
883. Betting
884. Catering, hotels, e t c .
885. Laundries
886. Dry cleaning. Job dtyelug, carpet beating, e t c .
887. Motor repairers, distribiitors, garages and
f i l l i n g stations
888. Repair of boots and shoes
889. Halrdressing and manlcxure
891. Private domestic service
1. Resident
2. Non-resident
899. Other services
1. Funeral services
2. Photography
3. welfare and charitable services
4. community service not elsev4iere specified
5. Service of Commonwealth and foreign
governments
6. Trade associations and business services
7. Head ottlces of enterprises operating
abroad
8. Head offices of enterprises Interested in
more tban one activity
9. Other
XXEV, Riblic adniitistration aid defence
901. National government service
1-5. Defence
6. OUier
906*.Local government service
1. Police
2. Fire service
3 . Other
- Industry inadequately described
Place of work outside the U.K.
1.867
m
ii
11
18
2
2
26
24
2
3
6
764
66
27
1
299
19
10
13
67
11
-
-
1,517
61
46
32
14
42
41
331
20
13
-5
683
44
55
92
2
90
150
17
4
-
21
3
-2
-
101
766
333
433
41
22
HI
17
94
12
1
3
r
14
2
-1
22
1
69
32
4
5
14
-
-2
-
-
-
-
-
9
-
12
8
-
-
-
3,094
478
260
33
2,205
1,919
112
92
20
366
ISl
22
169
69
2
Id
8
11
14
286
889
354
13
52S
-
-
-
366
67
14
2
-
3
-
16
2
9
3
Londonderry County Borou^
All Industries
I . Agriculture, forestry,
fishing
001. Agriculture and horticulture
1. Farming (not fruit) and stock-rearing
2. Agricultural contracting
3. Market gardening. I r u l t , flower,seed growing
00£. Forestry
003- Flstiing
I . Sea fishing
E. Fisiilng in inland waters
I I . Mining and quarrying
ijOi. coal mining
±0Z' Stone and slate quarrying and mining
1. Stone quarrying and raining
2. Slate quarrying and mining
103. Chalk, clay, sand and gravel extraction
109. Other mining and quarrying
1. Iron ore mining and quarrying
3. Salt mines, hrlne p i t s , s a l t works
2, 4, 5. Others
I I I . Food, driidc and tobacco
211.
21£.
213.
214.
215216217.
2U3.
210.
229231239.
240.
261262263271.
Grain milling
Bread and flour confectionery
Biscuits
Bacon curing, meat and fish products
Milk products
1, Milk, t u t t e r and cheese
2. Ice cream
Sugar
Cocoa, chocolate and sugar confectionery
1. Cocoa and chocolate
2. Sugar confectionery
Fruit and vegetable products
1. Jam, marmalade, ;)ellies, e t c .
2, Other f r u i t and vegetable products
Animal and poultry foods
pood Industries not elsewhere specified
1. Margarine
2. StardU and miscellaneous foods
Brewing and malting
Other drink industries
1. Spirit d i s t i l l i n g and compounding
2. British wines, cider and perry
3. Soft drinks
Tobacco
IV. Chonicals and a l l i e d industries
Coke ovens and manufactured fuel
Mineral o i l refining
Lubricating o i l s and greases
Chemicals and Ciyes
1. tyestuffs
2- Fertilizers and chemicals for pest control
3. Other chemicals
*See footnote at end of table.
11.010
1.608
7.650
60
1
6
56
54
1
1
1
3
1
1
6
6
IV. Qieodcals aid a l l i e d industries - continued
Pharmaceutical and t o i l e t preparations
1. Fharmaceutical preparations
2. Toilet preparations
Explosives and fireworks
Paint and printing Ink
Vegetable and animal o i l s , fats, soap and
detergents
1, vegetable and animal o i l s and fats
2. Soap, detergents, candles and glycerine
Synthetic resins and p l a s t i c s materials
Polishes, gelatine, adhesives, etc,
1. polishes
2. Gelatine, adhesivps, etc.
V. Metal manufacture
272.
273.
274.
275.
276.
277.
3
2
1
iron and steel (general) ^
Steel tubes
Iron c a s t i n g , e t c .
.^
L l ^ t metals
" -.
Copper, brass and other base metals
VI. Ehgineering and e l e c t r i c a l gpods
311.
312.
313.
321322.
604
177
82
46
346
18
124
30
30
19
81
6
55
9
9
4
44
18
8
4
4
13
341.
.
29
504
342.
349.
7
68
34
.
.
11
351.
502
67
34
95
407
43
24
6
28
>
n
o
c:
.
587
66
331- Agricultural mataiinery (except tractors)
332- Metal-woricing machine tools
333. Engineers* small tools and gauges
334. Industrial engines
335.
336.
337. ,
538.
339. ,
,
3
29
o
o
c:
:z
1. Internal combustion engines
2. Other prime movers
Textile machinery and accessories
Contractors* plant and quarrying machinery
Mechanical handling equipment
Office maciilnery
Other machinery
1. Mining macailneiy
2. Printing and bookbinding machinery
3. Refrigerating machinery
4. SPace^eating, ventilating and a i r conditioning equipment
5. Pumps, compressors, etc.
6. scales and w e i r i n g machinery
7. portable power tools
e. Other machinery except electrical machinery
Industrial plant and steelwork
1. Boilers and boHeriaouse plant
2. Other industrial plant and fabricated steelwork
Ordnance and small arms
Otber mechanical engineering not elsewhere specified
1. Ball and r o l l e r bearings
2. Precision chains
3. Other mechanical engineering
Scientific, surgical and photographic Instruments.
etc,
1. Photogrg^hlc equipment
2. Optical Instruments
3. Spectacles, etc.
4. surgical, dental and veterinary instruments and
appliances
5. Other scientific instruments and equipment
17
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o
50
o
a
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19
19
4
4
10
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4
24
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24
5
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50
00
so
TABLE 25 - Industries
County
Working Population aged 15 and over by Industry
(excluding persons out of work) - continued
Unskilled
only
1
Total
Total
Industry
Marrled
only
Unskilled
only
Total
vo
o
Females
Males
Females
Hales
Industry
County Borough
Total
Married
only
Londonderry County Bbrou^ - continued
X Textiles
M . Engineering and e l e c t r i c a l gcx)ds - continued
352.
361.
362.
363.
364.
Watcnes and clocks
Electrical madiinery
Insulated wires and cables
Telt:"apli and telephone apparatus
Radio ciid other electronic apparatus
1. valves
g. Radio and other electronic equipment and gramophones
365. DoiBestlc e l e c t r i c ^ p l l a n c e s
369. Other e l e c t r i c a l goods
1. Electrical equipment for motor vehicles, cycles
and aircraft
2* Primary h a t t e r l e s
3., secondary b a t t e r i e s (accumulators)
4. Slectrlc lamps
5. Miksellaneous electrical goods
_
-
15
2
-
-
-
~
-
377
32
14
-
-
-
-
8
377
32
14
-
-
-
-
_
-
-
-
55
11
1
1
55
52
3
11
11
1
1
1
1
-
-
-
5
-
-
-
4
_
- .
1
_
~
-
'~
-
MI. adpbuilding and marine engineering
370. aiiphulldlng and riiaEine engineering
1. Shipbuilding and shl^) repairing
2, Marine engineering
-^.
vm. v^aes
8
• • •
381. Motor vehicle manufacturing
382. Motor cycle, three-vftieel vehicle and pedal cycle
manufacturing
383. Aircraft manufacturing and repairing
384. Locomotives and railway track equipment
385. Railway carriages and wagons and trams
369. Perambulators, hand^trucks, e t c .
v
_
i
14
_
-
IX Metal goods not elsewhere specified
391.
392.
393.
394.
395.
396.
399,
Tools and Implements
cutlery
Bolts, nuts, screws, r i v e t s , etc.
Wire and wire manufactures
Cans and metal boxes
Jewellery, plate and refining of precious metals
Metal industries not elsewhere specified
1. Metal furniture
2. Metal windows and door frames
3* Safes, locks, latches and keys
4. Springs
5. Drop forglngs, e t c .
6. Industrial and domestic hollovMNare
7. Hisceilaneous metal goods and metal
finishing
.
-
1
X
-
-
13 .
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12
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1
1
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411. Pi*oductlon of man-made fibres
412. Spinning and doubling of cotton, flax and
man-made fibres
413. Weaving of cotton, linen and man-made fibres
414. Woollen and worsted
1. wool sorting, cleaning, e t c . , and combing
and topmaking
2. worsted spinning
3. Worsted weaving
4. wool recoveiy
5. woollen spinning and weaving
6. Pressed f e l t
415. Jute
416. Rope, twine and net
417. Hosiery and other knitted goods
418. Lace
419. Carpets
421. Narrow fabrics
422. Made-up t e x t i l e s
1. Household textiles and handkerchiefs
2. Canvas goods and,sacks
423. Textile finishing
429. Other t e x t i l e industries
i . Asbestos
2, Other
20
16
3
2
-
1
1
67
12
18
1
2
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XII. Clothing and footwear
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431. Leather {tanning and dressing) and fellmongery
432. Leather goods
433. Fur
1
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6
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XI, Leather, leather goods wd & r
441. Weatherproof outerwear
442. Men»s and boys' tailored outerwear
1 443. Women* s and g i r l s ' tailored outerwear
444. Overalls and men's s h i r t s , underwear, e t c .
1
1. Heavy overalls
2. Men^s and boys' s h i r t s , underwear and
nl^twear
445. Dresses, lingerie, infants' wear, e t c .
1. Llg^t outerwear
2. Lingerie
3. Infants' wear
446. Hats, caps and millinery
1. Felt hats
2. Other
92
1,038
~
i,038
24
24
4
4
11 "
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C3
XEI. CLotfaiiig and foot^TC^ur -
contirmed
XVI. Other manufacturing i n d u s t r i e s - e&ntinued
449* nress Industries n o t else?ftiere s p e c i f i e d
1. Corsets
4
3
406. P l a s t i c s moulding and fabricating
499. Miscellaneous manufacturing industries
1. Musical instruments
2. Gloves
3 . Umbrellas and walitlng s t i c k s
4-. Other
450. Footwear
)
)
XTII. Bricks, pottery, glass, cement, etc.
461. Bricks, fireclay and refractory goods
462. Pottery
463. Glass
1. Glass {other than containers)
2. Glass containers
464. Cement
469. Abrasives and building materials, e t c . , not
elsevtiere specified
1, Abrasives
2. Building materials, e t c . , not elsewhere
specified
XrV. Tiinfaer, fund tare, etc.
471. Timber
.
472. Furniture and upholstery
473. Bedding, e t c .
474. Shop and o f f i c e f i t t i n g
475. wooden containers and baskets
1. Coopering
)
2. Boxes, c r a t e s , e t c .
}
3. Baskets
479. Miscellaneous wood and cork manufactures
XV. Paper, printing and publishing
Paper
and board
481.
482. Cardboard boxes, cartons and fibre-board packing cases
483. Manufactures of p^er and board not elsewhere
specified
i . Wallpaper
2. Bags
3. Manufactured stationery
486. 4. Other
489. Printing, publishing of newspapers and periodicals
Other printing, publishing, bookbinding, engraving,
etc.
XVI, Other manufacturing i n c b s t r i e s
491. Rubber
1. l y r e s and tubes
2, Other rubber goods
492. Linoleum, l e a t h e r c l o t h , e t c .
493. Brushes and brooms
494. Toys, games and s p o r t s equipment
1. Toys and games
2. sports equipment
495. Miscellaneous stationers* goods
1, Pens and p e n c i l s of a l l kinds
2. Other stationers* goods
1
1
500. Construction
XVIII. Gas, e l e c t r i c i t y and water
601. Qas
602. Electricity
603. Water supply
XIX. Transpoil: and oomminication
19
19'
76
11
14
16
2
6
6
27
15
37
16
70
9
31
12
6
2
2
1
1
2
2. Other '
XYII. Construction
19
116
2
10
701. Railways
702. Road passenger transport
1. Omnibus and t r a m ^ s e r v i c e
2. Taxis and private-hl^e cars
703. Road haulage contracting -.
704. Sea transport
~^-.^
705. Port and Inland water transport " .,
706. Air transport
" -,.
707. Postal s e r v i c e s and telecommunications
" •-.,
709. Miscellaneous transport s e r v i c e s and
"--.
storage
XX. Distributive trades
810. Wholesale distribution
1. Grocery and provisions, confectionery,
drinks
2. Other food
3 . Tobacco
4. Clothing, footwear and t e x t i l e s
5. P ^ e r , stationery and books
6. Petroleum products
7. Otaier non-food goods
8. General wholesale merchants
820. Retail distribution
1. Grocery and provisions
2. Other food
3 . confectionery, tobacco, newspapers
4. Clothing and footwear
5. Household goods
6 . Other non-food goods
7. General s t o r e s , e t c .
831. Dealing in coal, builders* materials, grain and
agricultural supplies {vfiiolesale or r e t a i l )
1. Coal merchants
2. Builders* merchants
3 . c o m , seed and a g r i c u l t u r a l merchants
4. Dealing In h o r s e s and l i v e s t o c k
832. Dealing in other Industrial materials and machinery
1. Ores and metals
2. Timber
3 . Hides, skins and l e a t h e r
4. Textile materials and yams
1,286
255
27
1,286
255
27
230
42
4
95
126
9
22
19
1
3
1
1.350
433
66
117
356
321
35
100
73
444
1
236
31
18
18
2
9
7
2
3
4
3
O
o
c:
2:
H
13
>
a
n
o
37
8
*<
8
3
D3
174
907
165
461
63
92
14
239
83
45
±3
52
7
7
3
14
1
364
23
1
13
23
35
66
1
1,195
267
324
55
245
176
101
27
184
100
24
46
14
89
27
7
1
2
2
43
4
27
4
7
1
21
1
1
786
147
29
17
12
50
9
14
16
3
5
2
2
125
67
55
264
75
65
135
45
31
3
11
24
13
4
7
23
H
o
o
a
o
D:
o
o
13
a
o
':^
a
TAHuE 25 - I n d u s t r i e s
County : County Borough
: Working P o p u l a t i o n aged 15 and o v e r by I n d u s t r y
( e x c l u d i n g p e r s o n s o u t of work) - continued
vo
to
M
Males
X
Industry
Total
Londonderry County Bbrough XX. D i ^ t r i b u t i T e t r a d e s -
j
Uhsfcllled
only
i
females
Total
Males
Married
only
j
Industry
Total
Females
UnsKilled
only
Total
Married
only
continued
XXtll. M i s c e l l a n e o u s s e r v i c e s -
continued
832. Dealing i n otJier I n d u s t r i a l m a t e r i a l s and machinery continued
5 . I n d u s t r i a l machinery
6 . scrap and waste m a t e r i a l s
7 . Other i n d u s t r i a l m a t e r i a l s
8 . Dealing i n i n d u s t r i a l m a t e r i a l s g e n e r a l l y
12
28
15
16
1
-
-
-
-
-
-
-
167
9
72
8
860. I n s u r a n c e , banking and f i n a n c e
1. Insurance
2 . Baafclng and b i l l - d i s c o u n t i n g
3 . Finance
4 . Property, owning and managing, e t c .
167
77
48
19
23
9
8
4
1
72
29
17
14
12
XXEt. P r o f e s s i ^ i a l and s c i e n t i f i c
743
12
1,050
320
29
256
15
315
256
7
31
11
10
82
46
40
-
15
350
31
582
496
49
16
14
7
59
13
10
1
101
2
203
181
15
5
2
XXI. I n s u r a n c e , bemking svid f i n a n c e
services
871.
872.
873.
874.
Accountancy s e r v i c e s
Educational s e r v i c e s
.^
Legal s e r v i c e s
,,
Medical and d e n t a l s e r v i c e s
\
1. H o s p i t a l and c o n s u l t a n t s e r v i c e d .
2 . Local a u t h o r i t y h e a l t h s e r v i c e s
3 . General m e d i c a l s e r v i c e s
4 . Dental s e r v i c e s
5 . Otaaer medical s e r v i c e s
875. R e l i g i o u s o r g a n i s a t i o n s
879. Other p r o f e s s i o n a l and s c i e n t i f i c s e r v i c e s
1. s c i e n t i f i c and tecihnical s e r v i c e s
2 . Research and development s e r v i c e s
3 . p r o f e s s i o n a l and s c i e n t i f i c o r g a n i s a t i o n s
4, V e t e r i n a r y s u r g e r y
5 . Otaier
XXIII. M i s c e l l a n e o u s s e r v i c e s
8 8 1 . Cinemas, t h e a t r e s , r a d i o , e t c ,
1. cinemas
2 . Other
882. a w i r t and o t h e r r e c r e a t i o n s
883. B e t t i n g
884. C a t e r i n g , h o t e l s , e t c .
885. Laundries
886. Dry c l e a n i n g , Job dyeing, c a r p e t b e a t i n g , e t c .
.
^
2
4
'
1.122
\
94
47
47
39
82
344
20
ID
2
-
8
-
1
-
9
8
1
-
2
_
—
-
1
2
-
1
3
9
4
2
2 .1
251
1
50
48
2
14
9
300
161
39
15
14
1
UD
3
129
9
2
1
3
-
9
4
•
220
28
60
11
-
1
1
11
&1416
713
6
97
34
—
-
XXIV. B i b l i c a d m i n i s t r a t i o n and d e f e n c e
-
936
-
887. Motor r e p a i r e r s , d i s t r i b u t o r s , g a r a g e s and
filling stations
888. Repair of b o o t s and shoes
889. H a i r d r e s s l n g and manicure
8 9 1 . P r i v a t e domestic s e r v i c e
1. Resident
2. Non-resldent
1 8 9 9 . Other s e r v i c e s
1
1 . Funeral s e r v i c e s
2 . Hiotography
3 . welfare and c h a r i t a b l e s e r v i c e s
4 . community s e r v i c e n o t e l s e i t i e r e s p e c i f i e d
5 . Service of Commonwealth and f o r e i g n
gDvemments
6 . Trade a s s o c i a t i o n s and b u s i n e s s s e r v i c e s
7 . Head o f f i c e s of e n t e r p r i s e s o p e r a t i n g
abroad
8 . Head o f f i c e s of e n t e r p r i s e s i n t e r e s t e d i n
more t h a n one a c t i v i t y
9 . Other
1
75
continued
901, National eovenment ser^^ce
1-5. Defence
6 . Other
906*.Local government s e r v i c e
1. P o l i c e
2. Fire service
3 . Other
2
10
51
1
1
1
-
2
-
14
55
1
54
8
1
2
1
4
—
-
-
—
1,557
248
244
28
1,093
933
160
464
161
33
120
109
11
128
202
113
89
42
4
1
37
19
13
6
9
-
*
10
2
•
-
128
••
*
«iembers of the Boyal Ulster constabulary and the Northern Ireland Fire Authority, liiich are not local government services, are included in the figures for M.L.H. 906 In fceeplng with the
Standard Industrial Classification.
1
w
c:
w
o
-
-
*
n
t^
iz
-
-
84
1
6
5
_
-
6
37
3
P l a c e o f work o u t s i d e t h e U.K.
_
29
1
90
212
114
98
31
2
6
9
2
41
zro
Industry inadequately described
7
o
H
" •
-
9
00
2:
pi
>
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the Government of Northern Ireland by
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