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Irish & Scottish in England in 1901.

benny1982

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Hi

Here is a few interesting statistics.

I just looked up how many Irish born people there were living in England in 1901 and it totalled at 415,242 people.

308,900 Scots are in England in 1901.

That just goes to show the many, many English people of either Irish or Scottish ancestry.

Ben
 

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Hi

Here is a few interesting statistics.

I just looked up how many Irish born people there were living in England in 1901 and it totalled at 415,242 people.

308,900 Scots are in England in 1901.

That just goes to show the many, many English people of either Irish or Scottish ancestry.

Ben
Hi Ben,

How many English people were there in Scotland and Ireland respectively.

And how many Scottish were in Ireland, and how many Irish in Scotland.

Steve.:)
 

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