Study Number 1660: Segregation and Social Structure in Early 20th Century Belfast: An eight per cent sample of households was drawn from the 1901 Census schedules (Public Record Office, Dublin) and all variables on the form recorded: age, sex, relationship to head,birthplace, religion, occupation, literacy, Irish language. Each sample household was also linked with valuation data from the special valuation of Belfast, 1900-1901, and also with the Belfast and Ulster directory for 1896 and 1906, to discern whether the same family was at the address in those years.
Study Number 1853: Census Southwark - Parishes of Christ Church, St Thomas and St Saviour: Names, position in family, age, marital status, area of birth, reference to RG9 piece number and folio number.
Study Number 3040: Bromyard Workhouse Database, 1840: The main topic of this dataset is the Poor law, more specifically, workhouse admissions and discharges; date admitted; date discharged; length of time spent in workhouse. Data provided covers: Inmate name; age; parish responsible for pauper; occupation; illegitimacy; marital status; able bodied or disabled; financial support from a charity; reason for entering workhouse; cleanliness; religion; person responsible for admitting or discharging pauper (board of guardians, overseers of the poor, relieving officer, master); date of entry in register; pauper classification; behaviour whilst in workhouse; other information.
Study Number 3579: Database of Irish Historical statistics - Religion, 1861-1911:The main tables are:
- Total number of Roman Catholics, Church of Ireland members, Presbyterians, Methodists, Independents, Baptists, Quakers, Jews and others grouped by baronies and gender (1861 only).
Study Number 3897: Taxatio Database, 1291-1292: The aims and objectives of the year's work sponsored by the ESRC are as follows: The database is in two parts. One set of tables is concerned with the provision of all the material for a new edition of the spiritualities part of the assessment. All the many manuscript versions of the assessment are being collated into a core table, and there are tables for variant readings and variant spellings of names, and for items additional to the basic text. The other set of tables is concerned with providing an ecclesiastical geography of later medieval England and Wales: every benefice is identified with its modern place name, broken down into its details (e.g. chapels, portions and pensions) with their values. Grid references are supplied where appropriate. Further tables support these with comments, bibliographic references and fuller name information.
Study Number 4105: Digest of Welsh Historical Statistics: Religion, 1669-1974: The main tables are:
- Church of England. Number of incumbents, by diocese, 1832, 1879-1890
- Church in Wales (before 1920 Church of England). Number of incumbents, baptisms, Easter communicants and Sunday scholars, by diocese, 1885-1974
- Church in Wales. Number of churches, by diocese, 1832-1973
- Nonconformist congregations, by county, 1672, 1716 and 1742
- Baptists. Number of churches, members and Sunday scholars, by association, 1839-1865
- Baptists. a) Members, 1669-1860; b) number of churches, chapels, pastors, members, Sunday school scholars and baptisms, by county, 1861-1972
- Calvinistic Methodists. Number of chapels, churches, ministers, lay preachers, communicants, Sabbath scholars and adherents, by county, 1860, 1885-1973
- Methodists. Number of members, by districts, 1767-1968
- Congregationalists and Welsh Independents. Number of churches, ministers, members and Sabbath scholars, by county, 1861-1891 and 1897-1975
- Roman Catholics. Number of clergy and churches (from 1838), schools, Catholics, baptisms, marriages and conversions (from 1911), by diocese, 1838-1974
- Religious Census of 1851, summary table for Wales
- Communicants, by county and denomination, 1905
- Marriages, by type of rite, quinquennially, 1839-1972