Northumberland Census

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Historical populations
Census Pop.  %±
1801 168,078
1811 183,269 9.0%
1821 212,589 16.0%
1831 236,959 11.5%
1841 266,020 12.3%
1851 303,568 14.1%
1861 343,025 13.0%
1871 386,646 12.7%
1881 434,086 12.3%
1891an. 506,442 16.7%
1891ad. 506,030 −0.1%
1901 603,119 19.2%
1911 696,893 15.5%
1921 746,096 7.1%
1931 756,782 1.4%
Note: 1801-1891 Ancient county, 1891-1931 Administrative county
Source: 1931 Census
England Gotoarrow.png Northumberland

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  • Allen, West
  • Allendale
  • Allendale St Peter
  • Alnham
  • Alnmouth
  • Alnwick
  • Alnwick St Paul
  • Alwinton with Holystone
  • Ancroft
  • Bamburgh
  • Beadnell
  • Bedlington
  • Belford
  • Bellingham
  • Beltingham
  • Benton, Long
  • Benwell St James
  • Berwick upon Tweed Holy Trinity
  • Bingfield St Mary
  • Birtley
  • Blanchland
  • Blyth
  • Bolam
  • Bothal
  • Branxton
  • Brinkburn Chapelry
  • Byker St Michael
  • Byrness
  • Bywell St Andrew
  • Bywell St Peter
  • Cambo
  • Carham
  • Chatton
  • Chillingham
  • Chollerton
  • Corbridge
  • Cornhill on Tweed
  • Corsenside
  • Cramlington
  • Cresswell
  • Dinnington
  • Doddington
  • Earsdon
  • Edlingham
  • Eglingham
  • Ellingham
  • Elsdon
  • Elswick, High St Paul
  • Embleton
  • Falstone
  • Farne Islands
  • Felton
  • Fenton
  • Ford
  • Gosforth
  • Greenhead
  • Greystead
  • Haltwhistle
  • HartburnHaydon
  • Hebron
  • Heddon on the Wall
  • Hexham
  • Holy Island
  • Horton
  • Howick
  • Humshaugh
  • Ilderton
  • Ingram
  • Kidland
  • Kirkharle
  • Kirkhaugh
  • Kirkheaton
  • Kirknewton
  • Kirkwhelpington
  • Knaresdale
  • Kyloe
  • Lambley
  • Lesbury
  • Longframlington
  • Longhorsley
  • Longhoughton
  • Lowick
  • Lucker
  • Masters Close
  • Matfen
  • Meldon
  • Mickley
  • Mitford
  • Monks House
  • Morpeth
  • Netherwitton
  • Newbrough
  • Newburn
  • Newcastle upon Tyne
  • Ninebanks
  • Norham
  • Ovingham
  • Ponteland
  • Ramshope
  • Rennington
  • Rivergreen
  • Rock
  • Rothbury
  • Shilbotel
  • Shotley
  • Sighill
  • Simonburn
  • Slaley
  • St John Lee
  • St Oswald in Lee
  • Stamfordham
  • Stannington
  • Sugley
  • Sunderland, North
  • Thockrington
  • Tweedmouth
  • Tynemouth
  • Ulgham
  • Wallsend
  • Warden
  • Wark
  • Warkworth
  • Whalton
  • Whitfield
  • Whitley (near Hexham)
  • Whitley (near North Shields)
  • Whittingham
  • Whittonstall
  • Widdrington
  • Woodhorn
  • Wooler


All of the 1841-1911 censuses of England, including Northumberland, are digitized and indexes and images are available online. See the article on England Census Records.