Statistics

I’ve just created a macro to do some statistics on the size of my One Name Study – here’s the results – I must learn how to do tables for the next lot!

As of 03/02/2012  there are:

3990  birth/baptism records

2519  marriages

2233  deaths/burials

342  1841 census records

371  1851

416  1861

375  1871

464  1881

484  1891

588  1901

595  1911

Total number of entries      12377

 

Number of individuals with this number of entries:

Entries    0              1              2              3              4              5              6              7              8              9              10            11

Num.:      283          3180        1343        421          371          211          140          85            74            49            23            1

Total individuals:  6181  of which  3499  are members of a branch.

I found 2 things of great interest – there is only one individual with all 11 entries (this is William born 1835, Wakefield, who became a Methodist minister. Another (Anthony Micklewhite) misses out because I haven’t yet found a marriage for his first “wife” but he did marry his 3rd wife but that gets missed by the simple collection macro.

Secondly, the number of 1871 entries is smaller than 1861 or 1881 – that implies I’ve missed quite a few families. I’ll have to have a better look for odd mistranscriptions – add it the round tuit list!

Wow! 2 posts in one day!

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