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Ealing 1904

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Ealing]

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Table I.

Vital Statistics of Whole District during 1904 and Previous Years.

BOROUGH OF EALING.

Year.Population estimated to Middle of each Year.Births.Total. Deaths Registered in the District.Total Deaths in Public Institutions in the District.Nett Deaths at all Ages belonging to the District.
Number.Rate.*Under 1 Year of Age.At all Ages.
Number.Rate per 1000 Births registered.Number.Rate.*Number.Rate.*
1234567891011
18962900065120 670107.53089.71332110 6
18973000050917.863106.93089.31532310.26
18983100053915.6261113.173098.9153249.96
18993200058916.36761283509.722437410.95
19003300060816.2671103338.92035310 09
19013327470821.281114437011.12437011.1
19023385578923 889112.840011.81540011.8
19033992092123.07126136.8840910.22140910.2
Averages for years 1894. 190367319.379116 23599.9
190443780105424.07111105.346610.646610.6
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* Rates in Columns 4, 8, and 11 calculated per 1000 of estimated population
Area of District in acres (exclusive of area covered by water) —3225.
Total population at all ages 33040
Number of inhabited houses 5991
Average number of persons per house 5 5
At Census
of 1901.
Institutions within the District receiving sick and infirm persons from outside the District:—(i) Rochester House,
Little Ealing Lane; (2) Cottage Hospital, Northfield Lane ; (3) Chiswick Isolation Hospital.
Institutions outside the District receiving sick and infirm persons from the District:—Union Workhouse,
Isleworth.
Other Institutions, the deaths in which have been distributed among the several localities in the District:—
None.


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