Census of Ireland, 1871.
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Published by Thom for HMSO in Dublin .
Written in English


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SeriesC -- 1377
ContributionsGreat Britain. Census Office (Dublin)
The Physical Object
Pagination493p. :
Number of Pages493
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14346673M

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  Census of Ireland Part I, Area, Population, and Number of Houses; Occupations, Religion and Education volume IV, Province of Connaught; Summary Tables, Indexes; Summary Tables for Ireland Item Preview. The only surviving census record for is a transcription for one parish – Enniscorthy in County Wexford – and even that is for Roman Catholic families only All that survives of the Irish census records is a transcription for the County Meath parish of Drumcondra & Loughbracken.   In: Parliamentary Papers, Session , Vol. LIX, p Cockton Parliamentary papers vol. barcode: 1 A full bibliographic record is available from. Census of Ireland for The census was taken on 2 April and filled out by the householders themselves. All of the original census returns for and were intentionally destroyed by the government after each census. Only statistical information about the Irish population .

Official Censuses in Ireland. Full government censuses of the whole island were taken in , , , , , , , , and The first four, , and were largely destroyed in the fire at the Public Record Office in ; surviving fragments are detailed in the county source-lists. Discover your ancestor in the surviving fragments of Ireland’s early nineteenth century censuses. The first full census of Ireland was taken in and again at the start of every decade. From householders themselves filled out the return form, making these records a unique snapshot of early 19th century lives of ordinary 19th century Irish people. The original census returns for and were destroyed shortly after the censuses were taken. Those for and were pulped during the First World War, probably because of the paper shortage. The returns for , , and were, apart from a few survivals, notably for a few counties for The Tithe Applotment Books They were compiled between and in order to determine the amount which occupiers of agricultural holdings over one acre should pay in tithes to the Church of Ireland (the main Protestant church and the church established by the State until its dis-establishment in ).

Drumcondra/Loughbrackan, Census Fragment. by Celsus English from the microfilm of the original Roman Catholic parish register held by the National Library of Ireland in Kildare Street, Dublin 2. The reference to it is: NLI Pos. Click the image to download the transcription pdf (kb). 4 Parish of Drumcondra Aclare House No. Names Age Relation to Head of Family, occupation Remarks Y M 1 Henry C. Singleton Esq. 63 Hd of Family Church of IrelandFile Size: KB. Check the book: ”Census of Ireland, General Alphabetical Index of the Townlands and Towns, Parishes, Baronies of Ireland.” Printed Dublin. Available at the many libraries in the Genealogy section and at most large LDS Family History Libraries. There is a book for and one for census. Population schedule for England, Wales, Isle of Man and Channel Islands showing population for the year This data has been provided through a cooperative project with Search Collection. View Images in this Collection. Browse through images. Citing this Collection. "England and Wales Census, " Database with.