The Hamlin township is a subdivision of the Brown County, in the state of Kansas.
This subdivision represents an area of 42 square miles - 1 square miles are water areas.
There are 2 cities, towns or villages in the Hamlin township subdivision - their combined population count is 128.
Approximatelly 207 people live in “Remainders” areas, that are officially not part of any city or town.
Total population of the subdivision is 335.
Racial makeup of this subdivision is as follows : White (92.84%),
followed by American Indian and Alaska Native (4.18%) and Two or More races (1.49%).
Median age for the male population is 43 and 39 for the female part.
Statistical data for the Hamlin township based on the 2010 U.S. Census