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Back issues of Local Population Studies

Contents of Local Population Studies: issues 81 to 87


Local Population Studies Number 87 (Autumn 2011)

Contents include:
Paul Atkinson, Family size and expectations about housing in the later nineteenth century: three Yorkshire towns
Christine Jones, Disability in Herefordshire, 1851-1911
Peter Razzell, Infant mortality in London, 1538-1850: a methodological study
Debates in population history: Peter Razzell, Living same-name siblings in England, 1439-1851
Debates in population history: Chris Galley, Eilidh Garrett, Ros Davies, and Alice Reid, Living same-name siblings and English historical demography: a reply to Peter Razzell
Research note: Kerryn Husk, Estimating the Cornish from the 2001 England and Wales census: adjustment and re-analyses
Sources and methods: Gill Newton, Recent developments in making family reconstitutions
Jonathan Healey, Andrew Hinde, and Rebecca Oakes, Review of recent periodical literature
Regular features: editorial.

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Cover of LPS86 Local Population Studies Number 86 (Spring 2011)

Contents include:
Chris Galley, Eilidh Garrett, Ros Davies, and Alice Reid, Living same-name siblings and British historical demography
Andy Gritt and Peter Park, The workhouse populations of Lancashire in 1881
Jane Harris and Pat Howe, Interpreting seventeenth-century probate documents: John Carter, master carpenter in St Albans
Electonic resources for local population studies: Amanda Beam, The paradox of Medieval Scotland, 1093-1286 (PoMS) and local history

Regular features: editorial, obituary: Bob Woods, news from the universities, book reviews.

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Local Population Studies Number 85 (Autumn 2010)

Contents include:
John Perkins, Birth-baptism intervals in 68 Lancashire parishes, 1646-1917
Jeremy Boulton and Leonard Schwarz, Yet another inquiry into the trustworthiness of eighteenth-century London's Bills of Mortality
Audrey Eccles, The eighteenth-century vagrant contractor
Amanada Wilkinson, The census enumeration of women working in the Courtauld silk mills, 1851-1901
Jonathan Healey, Andrew Hinde and Jon Stobart, Review of recent periodical literature
Regular features: editorial.

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Cover of LPS84 Local Population Studies Number 84 (Spring 2010)

Contents include:
Robert Grant, Domestic service in a small market town: Crickhowell, 1851-1901
Peter Razzell, Christine Spence and Matthew Wollard, The evauluation of Bedfordshire burial registration, 1538-1851
Andrew Hinde and Michael Edgar, Death on a strange isle: the mortality of the stone workers of Purbeck in the nineteenth century
Nigel Goose, Victorian and Edwardian almspeople: Doughty's Hospital, Norwich, 1837-1911
Andrew Hinde, A review of methods for identifying mortality 'crises' using parish register data
Regular features: editorial, news from the universities, book reviews.

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Local Population Studies Number 83 (Autumn 2009)

Contents include:
Robert Tyler, Welsh settlement patterns in a nineteeth-century Australian gold town
Nicola Sheldon, Families in the firing line: prosecutions for truancy in Coventry, 1874-1899
Adrian Ager and Catherine Lee, Prostitution in the Medway towns, 1860-1885
Clive Leivers, Housing and the elderly in nineteenth-century Derbyshire: a comparison of almshouse and workhouse provision
Rebecca Probert and Liam D'Arcy Brown, The Clandestine Marriages Act of 1753 in action: investigating a contemporary complaint
Regular features: editorial, news from the universities, book reviews.

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Cover of LPS82 Local Population Studies Number 82 (Spring 2009)

Contents include:
Mark Freeman and Louise Wannell, The family and community lives of older people after the Second World War: new evidence from York
Dave Postles, Morbidity in an early–modern small town: Loughborough in the seventeenth century
Peter M. Solar and Malcolm T. Smith, Background migration: the Irish (and other strangers) in mid-Victorian Hertfordshire
Colin Pooley, How people moved: researching the experience of mobility in the past
Sources and Methods: Chris Galley, Infant mortality. Specific sources, available on the Sources and Methods page
Regular features: editorial, news from the universities, book reviews.

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Local Population Studies Number 81 (Autumn 2008)

Contents include:
E.A. Wrigley, Population history: recent changes and current prospects
Richard Smith, Linking the local and the general in population history: prioritising migration
Nigel Goose and Chris Galley, Local population studies – forty years on
Christopher French, Persistence in a local community: Kingston Upon Thames 1851–1891
Heather Falvey, Searching for the population in an early–modern forest
Jonathan Healey, Socially selective mortality during the population crisis of 1727–1730: evidence from Lancashire
Chris Galley, The stillbirth rate in early–modern England
Matthew Woollard, The causes and effects of error correction in the population totals of the 1801 census of England and Wales
Regular features: editorial, news from the universities, book reviews.

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