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The population of Seend - Office of National Statistics Data

Seend Census InformationData below from:

Year    Seend   Wiltshire
1801    976      185,107
1811    876      193,828
1821    1,011    222,157
1831    1,144    240,156
1841    992        258,733
1851    1,062     254,221
1861    1,086     249,311
1871    1,017     257,177
1881    919        258,965
1891    929        264,997
1901    897        271,394
1911    940        286,822
1921    934        292,208
1931    873        303,373
1951    865        386,692
1961    1,005     422,950
1971    998        486,747
1981    1,117     518,545
1991    1,089     564,471
2001    1,074     613,024
2011    1,132     650,745
Note: There are some apparent anomalies in the census figures whereby there is a large increase or decrease in population over a ten year period. There are many reasons for these, including boundary changes, influx or removal of military personnel, expansion or closure of industries or, in the extreme case of Imber, the relocation of the entire population. We are unable to provide notes for all of these but they can be found in The Victoria History of Wiltshire, Vol.4 in the chapter on Population. Where there is no population figure against a date in the table above, we have been unable to identify a separate total for that community as it may have been combined with another community, or did not exist in its present form, at that date.