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Walthamstow 1904

[Report of the Medical Officer of Health for Walthamstow]

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In L901 the registered births in the various wards were—
St. James St. High St. Hoe St. Wood St. Northern.
767 710 600 441 673
1904. 787 756 623 467 988
Increase, 20 46 23 26 315
This increase necessitates an increased population in the various
wards of—
St. James St. High St. Hoe St, Wood St. Northern.
600 1,300 830 930 7,880
These figures, added to the estimated population of 1901, namely—
St. James St. High St. Hoe St. Wood St. Northern
23,218 19,886 21,500 15,512 16,884
give— 23,818 21,186 22,330 16,442 24,764
figures which do not vary greatly from the preceding, and which give a
total of 108,540.
The following table shows how the population in 1901 was
made up, according to age compared with England and Wales,
and the average death-rate for the different ages throughout
the country:—

TABLE V.

All Ages.Under 5 years.Over 5 and under 10.Over 10 and under 15.Over 15 and under 0Over 20 and under 25.Over 25 and under 35.Over 35 and under 45.Over 45 and under 55.Over 55 and under 65.Over 65 and under 75.75 years and upwards.
England and Wales1,0001291191101009014911485583313
Walthamstow.95,131 i13,91612,60811,0798,7867,76815,81011,9697,0693,7211,710695
Average Death-rates England and Wales.17*754*73852-254-76310-6516*7532-761-81536
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