Males & Females

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Year Male Female
1801 3,341 Show data context 3,780 Show data context
1811 3,394 Show data context 3,979 Show data context
1821 3,962 Show data context 4,371 Show data context
1831 4,819 Show data context 5,156 Show data context
1841 7,955 Show data context 7,974 Show data context
1851 10,631 Show data context 10,395 Show data context
1861 14,504 Show data context 13,449 Show data context
1881 33,970 Show data context 31,047 Show data context
1891 41,704 Show data context 38,961 Show data context
1911 46,309 Show data context 45,273 Show data context
1921 51,703 Show data context 50,805 Show data context
1931 58,249 Show data context 57,730 Show data context
1951 64,289 Show data context 65,902 Show data context
1961 72,990 Show data context 73,985 Show data context
1971 89,177 Show data context 91,732 Show data context
1981 84,334 Show data context 86,831 Show data context
1991 84,384 Show data context 89,516 Show data context
2001 87,139 Show data context 91,308 Show data context
2011 94,082 Show data context 97,528 Show data context
Date: Source:
1801 - 2011 Census of Population

 

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