Study Number 3009: Soviet Government Officials: Includes information on Name; date; office; movement between offices.
Study Number 3710 to 3711: Great Britain Historical Database, Labour Markets Database: The Great Britain Historical Database is a large database of British nineteenth and twentieth-century statistics. Where practical the referencing of spatial units has been integrated, data for different dates have been assembled into single tables.
The Great Britain Historical Database currently contains:
- Statistics from the 1861 Census and the Registrar General's reports, 1851-1861
- Employment statistics from the census, 1841-1931
- Demographic statistics from the census, 1841-1931
- Mortality statistics from the Registrar General's reports, 1861-1920
- Marriage statistics from the Registrar General's reports, 1841-1870
- Trade union statistics for the Amalgamated Society of Engineers (ASE), 1851-1918
- Trade union statistics for the Amalgamated Society of Carpenters and Joiners (ASCJ), 1863-1912
- Official poor law statistics, 1859-1915 and 1919-1939
- Wage statistics, 1845-1906
- Hours of work statistics, 1900-1913
- Small debt statistics from county courts, 1847-1913 and 1938
Study Number 4042: Docquets of Lord Keeper Coventry, 1625-1640: The data catalogue 18900 documents representing the office copy of grants, patents, licences and commissions issued under the Great Seal by the Lord Keeper, Thomas Coventry, 1625-1640.
Study number 4094 to 4096 and 4101 to 4105: Digest of Welsh Historical Statistics. The main tables are:
- Occupations, 1801-1971
- Occupations by sex, by county, 1801-1971
- Employment. Estimated number of insured employees (employed and unemployed), by sex and industry, 1939-1974
- Number and percentage of unemployed, by sex, 1923-1975
- Unemployment: vacancies unfilled, by sex, 1949-1974
- Unemployment by age groups, duration and sex, 1935-1940, 1946-1976
- Number of persons placed in employment by employment exchanges and youth employment services, 1948-1974
- Number of Trades Councils and number of Trade Union members represented, 1894-1924
- Total number of workpeople affected by, and days lost through, industrial disputes, 1891-1913
- Industrial disputes by industry, 1897-1974
Study Number 4127: Decline of Infant Mortality in England and Wales, 1871-1948: A Medical Conundrum - Vaccination Registers, 1871-1913: The data consist of transcriptions from a sample of English vaccination registers, at the sub-registration district level, for selected years within the period 1871-1913. The variables differ slightly due to local custom and the transcribing methods employed but broadly, for each district, they consist of number in birth register; date of birth; address; gender; legitimacy; parents' occupation; date of vaccination; date of exception; date of death.
Study Number 4354: Non-Industrial Civil Service Staff Statistics, British Isles, 1933-1999: The data include a non-industrial Civil Service headcount by responsibility level and region (1997) and time series for 1975-1996 for UK by region and department; a time series of Northern Ireland non-industrial Civil Service staff by department and by grade 1939-1996; a time series of Isle of Man Civil Service staff 1970-1999; and an analysis of Guernsey and Jersey statistics.
Study Number 4423: Burial Registers for Kingston upon Thames Parishes, 1850-1901 and Bonner Hill Cemetery, 1855-1911: Analysis of the data is providing a wealth of information on such questions as occupational structures; class profiles; household structures; demographic trends etc., and indicating how these changed over time. For example, this burial database has provided a great deal of material on mortality in Kingston between 1850 and 1911, including the age profile of mortality (in particular highlighting the high and increasing incidence of infant mortality), and the seasonality of mortality. By linking these data to other sources such as the census enumerators' books, maps and Medical Officer of Health reports, we can examine the influence of such factors as location, housing conditions, father's occupation (in the case of infants) etc. on mortality.
Study Number 4491: Parish Register Aggregate Analyses, 1662-1811 - 404 Data: The data comprise aggregated monthly totals of baptisms, marriages and burials for 404 English parishes from the sixteenth to the nineteenth century.