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  Census figures for Llanllwchaiarn parish  
 

 
  The actual recorded figures for the population of the parish were:-  
  In the year 1841 - 2847 people
In the year 1851 - 2775
In the year 1861 - 2394
In the year 1871 - 2350
In the year 1881 - 2891
In the year 1891 - 2572
In the year 1901 - 2580

 
 

The parish of Llanllwchaiarn lies along the north bank of the river Severn opposite Newtown. As well as this stretch of countryside it includes the industrial part of the town of Newtown.
The government report which published the 1841 figures said that the increase in population since 1841 was due to new houses being built. Many of these would have been to house the workers for the growing flannel industry. This 1841 figure also included 55 soldiers and 11 others in a temporary barracks. These soldiers had been brought into the area to deal with disturbances following the Chartist riots in Llanidloes.

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