MALE INFANT MORTALITY IN 1846
IN LANCASHIRE, CHESHIRE & STAFFORDSHIRE, ENGLAND

The percentage of male infants dying in the first year of life

 

Area Infant Mortality in %
England and Wales as a whole
17.9
1. London
17.2
5. South West Division (lowest)
12.0
8. North West Division (highest)
23.8
   
Lancashire Average 24.2
Manchester
29.4
Ashton
28.6
Salford
27.8
Liverpool
25.7
Blackburn
25.4
Bury
24.7
Bolton
21.0
Todmorden and Haslingden
18.7
Burnley
17.6
Fylde, Garstang & Clitheroe
13.7
Ormskirk
13.1
Ulverstone
10.1
 
Cheshire Average 22.0
Congleton & Northwich
18.2
Stockport
25.7
Great Boughton & Wirral
23.1
Macclesfield
22.1
Altrincham and Runcorn
16.9
   
Staffordshire Average 20.8
Stoke-on-Trent and Wolstanton
25.7
Wolverhampton
23.8
Walsall
21.8
West Bromwich
20.4
Newcastle-under-Lyme
20.7
Stafford
19.7
Stone
16.2
Penkridge
15.1
Tamworth, Lichfield and Burton-on-Trent
15.0
Uttoxeter, Cheadle & Leek
13.4

 

The North West Division comprised only Lancashire and Cheshire. Staffordshire was in the West Midlands Division

Source:

The Annual Report of the Registrar General

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