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001 27 The relationship between nuptiality and marital fertility obliterates the obvious association of earlier marriage with a larger index of completed family size. 18) exists between completed family size and female age at first marriage. 74 in the average sample. 48-year increase in age at last birth per year of later marriage age. Earlier marriage for individual women does lead to larger complete families, but this logical result does not hold for the group. Natural fertility for individual couples is compatible with its control on the aggregate level.
Poul Thestrup (1972). "Methodological Problems of a Family Reconstitution Study in a Danish rural Parish before 1800," Scandinavian Economic History Review, Vol. XX, pp. 1-26. Pierre Valmary (1965). Families Paysannes au XVIII Siecle en Bas-Quercy: Etude demographique. Paris: Presses Universitaires de France. Philippe Wiel (1969). "Une grosse paroisse du Cotentin aux XVII et XVIII siecles: Tamerville," Annales de demographie historique, Vol. 6, pp. 136-189. e e , e e 6 REFERENCES Anderson, Barbara A.
The Irish case described in Arensberg and Kimball (1968) is a classic description of the stem family and its effect on demography. William Petersen (1960) also adopts the impartible model as a cause of slow population growth before the demographic transition. J. Hajnal (1965) cautiously suggests that the stem family may explain the peculiar western European marriage pattern of late marriage and high celibacy. Here I have excluded marriage age and marital fertility from the models, both because the relationships are not conceptually clear and because I have no data on either one.