1891 Census of Scotland, Ages (Sample Report Title: Part I Ages, Education, Civil Condition, Birthplaces, Occupations, Working Status, Indices), Table [1] : " Ages of the Males and Females for every Quinquennial Period of Life, for the Divisions, Counties, and Civil Parishes of Scotland".

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[Gender] Both
Sexes.
[1]
TOTAL
AT ALL
AGES.
[2]
Under
5 Years.
[3]
5--
[4]
10--
[5]
15--
[6]
20--
[7]
25--
[8]
30--
[9]
35--
[10]
40--
[11]
45--
[12]
50--
[13]
55--
[14]
60--
[15]
65--
[16]
70--
[17]
75--
[18]
80--
[19]
85--
[20]
90--
[21]
95--
[22]
100
and
Above
[23]
Ross and Cromarty ScoCnty Total   Males 79,467 Show data context 37,444 Show data context 4,649 Show data context 4,373 Show data context 4,403 Show data context 3,849 Show data context 3,067 Show data context 2,373 Show data context 1,942 Show data context 1,898 Show data context 1,816 Show data context 1,615 Show data context 1,807 Show data context 1,416 Show data context 1,458 Show data context 943 Show data context 836 Show data context 499 Show data context 356 Show data context 106 Show data context 22 Show data context 13 Show data context 3 Show data context
    - 42,023 Show data context 4,377 Show data context 4,190 Show data context 4,312 Show data context 3,904 Show data context 3,619 Show data context 2,948 Show data context 2,433 Show data context 2,293 Show data context 2,287 Show data context 2,016 Show data context 2,298 Show data context 1,602 Show data context 2,065 Show data context 1,219 Show data context 1,052 Show data context 654 Show data context 523 Show data context 140 Show data context 64 Show data context 19 Show data context 8 Show data context

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