St Peter, Hertfordshire

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St Peter
St Albans St Peter
Area
 - 1891 6,673 acres
Population
 - 1891 8,273
Density
 - 1891 1.24/acre
History
 - Origin Ancient parish
 - Abolished 1894
 - Succeeded by St Peter Rural
St Peter Urban

St Peter was an ancient parish in Hertfordshire, England that was abolished for civil purposes in 1894. It was also known as St Albans St Peter.[1][2]

Part of the parish was within the ancient borough of St Albans.

The population of the parish as recorded in the decennial census was:[3]

Year 1801 1811 1821 1831 1841 1851 1861 1871 1881 1891
Population 1,674 1,828 2,461 2,973 3,701 3,746  ? 5,473 6,779 8,273

In 1894 it was replaced by the parishes of St Peter Rural in St Albans Rural District and St Peter Urban in the Municipal Borough of St Albans.

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