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Southall-Norwood 1903

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Southall-Norwood]


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24 tables in this report

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    Ecclesiastical Parishes.
    Date of Formation.Population.Houses.
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    Area—Houses 1901, and Population 1891 and 1901.
    Urban Districts.Area in Statute Acres.Inhabited.Houses, 1901. Uninhabited.Building.Population.
    In Occupation.Not in Occupation.Persons.Persons.Males.Females.
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    Area, Houses and Population 1891 and 1901, and Separate Occupiers, 1901.
    REGISTRATION DISTRICTS and SUB-DISTRICTS and Civil Parishes.Area in Statute Acres.HOUSES.Families or Separate Occupiers.POPULATION.
    Land and Inland Water.Inland Water only.Inhabited.Inhabited.Uniahabited.Building.Persons.Males.Females.
    In Occupation.Not in Occupation.
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    Changes in the Boundary of the Civil Parish.
    No. of Registration District.Name of Registration District.No. of Sub-District.Name of Sub-District.Description of Change.1901.Authority and date of change
    Inhabited Houses.Population.
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    Institutions in the District.
    Number of District and Sub-District.Registration District and Sub-District.Civil Parish.Institution.Special Inmates (Patients, Paupers, Lunatics, etc..)Officials and their Families.
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    Total Tenements and Tenements of less than Five Rooms, distinguishing those occupied by various numbers of persons.
    Urban Districts.Rooms in Tenement.Tenements of less than Five Rooms.Persons per Tenement. or more.
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    Ages of Persons.—Males and Females.
    Urban District.All Agf,s.Under 1 Year.l-2-3-4-Under 5 Years.6-10-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-
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    Continued from previous page...
    Urban District.20-21-26-30-36-40.46-60-66-60-66-70-76-80-86-90-96-100 and upwards.
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    Grouped Occupations of MALES aged 10 Years and upwards; also proportion of Children of 10 and under 14 Years of age engaged in occupations, 1901.
    Males Aged 10 and under 14 Years.Urban Districts.Males aged 10 Year and Upwards.
    Engaged in Occupations.Proportion per cent. Engaged in Occupations to Total.Total Occupied and Unoccupied.XXIII. Retired or Unoccupied.I. -XXI I. Engaged in Occupations.V. 2. Commercial or Business Clerks.VI. Conveyance of Men, Goods, and Messages.VII. Agriculture— on Farms, Woods and Gardens.X. 3. Engineering, and Machine Making.X. 4-7. Tools; Dies, etc. ; Arms; Miscellaneous Metal Trades.XII. Building and Works of Construction.XIII. Wood, Furniture, Fittings and Decorations.XIV. Brick, Cement, Pottery and Glass.XV. Chemicals, Oil, Grease, Soap, etc.XVI. Skins, Leather, Hair, Feathers.XVII. Paper, Prints, Books & Stationery.XIX. Dress.XX. Food, Tobacco, Drink and Lodging.All Other Occupations.
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    Grouped Occupation of FEMALES aged 10 Years and upward; also proportion of Children of 10 Years and under 14 Years of age; and of Married or Widowed Women engaged in occupations, and proportion of Female Domestic Servants to separate Occupiers or Families, 1901.
    Females Aged 10 and under 14 Years.Urban Districts.Females Aged 10 Years and upwards.
    Engaged in Occupations.Proportion per cent. Engaged in Occupations to Total.Total Occupied and Unoccupied.XXIII. Retired or Unoccupied.I.—XXII. Engaged in Occupations.III. 4. Teaching.IV. 1. Domestic Indoor Servants (not in Hotels, etc.)IV. 3. Charwomen.IV. 3. Laundry and Washing Service.V. 2. Commercial or Business Clerks.XV. Chemicals, Oil, Grease, Soap, etc.XVII. Paper, Prints, Books & Stationery.XIX. Tailoresses, Milliners, Dressmakers, Shirtmakers, Seamstresses.XX. Food, Tobacco, Drink and Lodging.All other Occupations.Proportion per cent. of Married or Widowed engaged in Occupations.Proportion per cent. of Domestic Servants to total number of Separate Occupiers or Families.
    Unmarried.Married or Widowed.
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    The total number of houses on the Rate Book is 2,536,, allowing 5 persons as the average number of inmates in each house† the total population is 12680. 6,690 West Ward; 5,990 East Ward.
    Census 1891.Census 1901.West.East.Estimated 1902.
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    Number of Inhabited Houses in District.}:
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    Vital Statistics. Birth Rate 36 6 per 1000. The total number of Births registered during the year was 465, distributed as follows:—
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    The death rate calculated on the population for 1902 is 12"2 per 1,000—distributed as follows:—
    West Ward, 12.2 per 1000.East Ward, 11.5 per 1000.
    Year.Deaths.Rate.Population.Year.Deaths.Rate. Population.
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    Causes of, and Ages at, Death during Year 1902.
    Causes of Death.Deaths in or belonging to Whole District at Subjoined Ages.Deaths in or belonging to Localities (at all Ages.)
    All ages.Under 1 year.1 and under | 5.5 and under 15.15 and under 25.25 and under 65.65 and upwards.West Ward.East Ward.Hanwell Asylum.Hillingdon Workhouse.Joint Isolation Hospital.
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    Infant Mortality. The deaths of children under 1 year of is equivalent to 133.3 , per 1 ,000 children born and registered.
    Deaths under 1 yearDeath rate per 1,000 livingBirth rate per 1,000 livingDeath rate per 1,000 children born and registered.
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    Table of Deaths from Phthisis and other Tubercular Diseases.
    Phthisis.Rate.Other Tubercular Diseases.Rate.
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    The Certificates related to the following diseases :—
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    Divided into East and West Wards, the distribution of cases is as follows :—
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    The following Tables shows the various localities in which the diseases occurred:—
    South side.North side.Hayes Bridge.Norwood Village.L.C. Asylum.St. Marylebone Schools.White St.North Hyde.
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    Scarlet Fever. The number of cases notified was 65 compared with 56 for 1901. Of this number 36 were males and 29 females. The cases occurred at the following ages :—
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    TABLE III. Cases of Infectious Disease notified during the Year 1902.
    Notifiable Disease.Cases notified in Whole District.Total Cases notified in each Locality.No. of Cases removed to Hospital from each Locality.
    At All Ages.At Ages—Years.12341234
    Under 1.1 to 5.5 to 15.15 to 26.25 to 65.65 and upwardsWest.East.Asylum.St. M'bone Schools.West.East.Asylum.St. M'bone Schools.
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    Year-Population estimated to Middle of each Year Excluding Hanwell Asylum-Births-Total Deaths Registered in the District-Total Deaths in Public Institutions in the District-Deaths of Nonresidents registered in Public Institutions in the District-Deaths of Residents registered in Public Institutions beyond the District-Nett Deaths at all Ages belonging to the District-
    N umber-Rate-*Under 1 Year of Age-At all Ages-
    Number-Rate per 1,000 Births registered-N umber-Rate-*Number-Rate-*
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    Causes of, and Ages at, Death during Year 1902.
    Causes of Death.Deaths in whole District at subjoined Ages.Total Deaths in Public Institutions in the District.
    All Ages.Under 1.1 and under 5.5 and under 15.15 and under 25.25 and under 65.65 and upwards.