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A duck pond in Sutton
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Since data collection began in 1801, population figures remained very similar between this year and 1931, whereby up until then there have been minimal increases and decreases in total the population. In 1801 the total population stood at 134 (65 males and 69 females) and after a century, these figures fluctuated very little, whereby in 1931 the total population was 212 with there being an event split between males and females of 106. Over the duration of 130 years total population increased by 78, averaging an increase 0.6 people per year. 
The 1881 census data shows a primarily agriculture focused population for males, with the primary occupation for females being rendered as "unknown".
- "Parish population 2011". Retrieved 3 October 2015.
- "Sutton CP/AP through time | Historical Statistics on Population for the Parish-level Unit". www.visionofbritain.org.uk. Retrieved 2017-03-22. horizontal tab character in
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SUTTON near DOVER
Written likewise in ancient records, Sutton, near Ripple, and near Walmer and sometimes East Sutton, which additions it had to distinguish it from other parishes of this name in other parts of the county, lies the next parish to East Langdon, northwestward. The manors of Norborne and Ripple claim paramount over different parts of this parish (m) There are two boroughs in it; one borsholder being chosen for East Sutton borough at Ripple manor court; the other, at the court of the manor of Norborne, for the remaining part of the parish.
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