3 edition of Annual report of the registrar-general of births, deaths, and marriages in England. v. 16, 1853 found in the catalog.
|Statement||Great Britain General Registrar Office|
|Publishers||Great Britain General Registrar Office|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
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This is also at the London Metropolitan Archives MS 23607 with an index on the open shelves MS 23607A. Mortality within the UK and the EU Although mortality rates have been improving in Scotland, the rate of improvement is slower than elsewhere in the rest of the UK. These will be subject to revision when a new set of projections are produced using the latest information from the 2001 Census.
As would be expected, the majority of deaths occur at older ages — about 57 per cent of deaths were to people aged 75 and over, and a further 27 per cent between the ages of 60 and 75. The Report will be laid before the Scottish Parliament pursuant to Section 1 4 of the Registration of Births, Deaths and Marriages Scotland Act 1965.
97, Farr stated that during a recent smallpox epidemic, the number of deaths versus time followed a roughly normal curve: "The rates vary with the density of the population, the numbers susceptible of attack, the mortality, and the accidental circumstances; so that to obtain the mean rates applicable to the whole population, or to any portion of the population, several epidemics should be investigated.
The majority of the entries are marriages, particularly in the later years, indexed under both surnames, but there are a considerable number of baptisms and, before 1892 when the system began deaths declinesome burials. 1 Live births, Scotland, 1901-2001 3.
It was in Somerset House that 's body lay in state after his death in 1658. Between 1630 and 1635 Inigo Jones built a chapel wherewife ofcould exercise her. The Non-Statutory Returns were transferred to The National Archives in 1977. The Sixteenth Report—dealing with 1853, the year before the war—points out, as usual, the most noticeable features in the life statistics of the year.
before the Select Committee of the House of Commons, appointed 'to inquire into the management of the Record Commission and the present state of the records of the United Kingdom'.
There are indications that some of the historic trends which have affected demographic change in Scotland for many decades may now be changing.
The land was sold and another site was not found and agreed until 1854; even then it was not consecrated until 1866.