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NUMGEN
Number of generations in a family unit

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Description

NUMGEN describes the number of generations in a given family unit. (See the documentation for FAMUNIT).

For example, a family unit comprised of parents and children has a NUMGEN of 2. A family unit which has co-resident grandparents, parents and children has a NUMGEN of 3. A family unit with only grandparents and grandchildren has a NUMGEN of 2, as the intervening generation is not resident.

Comparability

This variable is comparable across all the NAPP datasets.

Universe

  • Canada 1891: All persons
  • Canada 1901: All persons
  • Canada 1911: All persons
  • Denmark 1787: All persons
  • Denmark 1801: All persons
  • Great Britain 1851b: All persons
  • Great Britain 1851c: All persons
  • Great Britain 1861a: All persons
  • Great Britain 1861b: All persons
  • Great Britain 1871b: All persons
  • Great Britain 1881a: All persons
  • Great Britain 1881b: All persons
  • Great Britain 1891a: All persons
  • Great Britain 1891b: All persons
  • Great Britain 1901a: All persons
  • Great Britain 1901b: All persons
  • Great Britain 1911: All persons
  • Iceland 1801: All persons
  • Iceland 1910: All persons
  • Norway 1801: All persons
  • Norway 1865: All persons
  • Norway 1875: All persons
  • Norway 1900: All persons
  • Norway 1910: All persons
  • Sweden 1880: All persons
  • Sweden 1890: All persons
  • Sweden 1900: All persons
  • Sweden 1910: All persons
  • United States 1850a: All persons
  • United States 1850b: All persons
  • United States 1860: All persons
  • United States 1870: All persons
  • United States 1880a: All persons
  • United States 1880b: All persons
  • United States 1900: All persons
  • United States 1910: All persons

Availability

  • Canada: 1891, 1901, 1911
  • Denmark: 1787, 1801
  • Great Britain: 1851b, 1851c, 1861a, 1861b, 1871b, 1881a, 1881b, 1891a, 1891b, 1901a, 1901b, 1911
  • Iceland: 1703, 1729, 1801, 1901, 1910
  • Norway: 1801, 1865, 1875, 1900, 1910
  • Sweden: 1880, 1890, 1900, 1910
  • United States: 1850a, 1850b, 1860, 1870, 1880a, 1880b, 1900, 1910