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census of Ireland for the year 1851.

census of Ireland for the year 1851.

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Published by Printed by Alexander Thom, for H.M.S.O. in Dublin .
Written in English


Edition Notes

General index p[541]-560.

ContributionsGreat Britain. Census Office (Dublin)
The Physical Object
Paginationiv, 560p. ;
Number of Pages560
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18445150M


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To access the surviving Irish census fragments and transcriptions of the, and returns: The National Archives of Ireland's Genealogy website gives you free access to all surviving pre census fragments and transcriptions. Just be sure to choose the correct year at the top of the search box. Masterson also makes use of available census fragments, certified copies of portions of some returns, and family transcriptions.

For more details on what and how records were used, you can refer to the introductions in Masterson’s Ireland: / Census Abstracts (Republic of Ireland), which you can access via the browse. Masterson also makes use of available census fragments, certified copies of portions of some returns, family transcriptions, and other records.

For more detail on what and how records were used, you can refer to the introductions in Masterson’s Ireland: / Census Abstracts (Northern Ireland), which you can access via the browse.

Extracts from the Census of Ireland for some parishes in County Cork. The parishes are Kilcrumper, Kilworth, Leitrim and Macroney with only parts of the latter two. These were extracted from Josephine Masterson's 'A Collection of Census Records'.

Name, age, occupation, town land and page. The original records are held in National Archives in Dublin. History of – census. The Commissioners for the Census, in their General Report, laid out a short history of previous attempts to gather statistics in Ireland: "The first attempt to take an Official Census in this country was made inpursuant to an Act passed in BOOK - Surviving Census Returns of Ireland By chief compiler George Bushell and the Irish Special Interest Group,Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society Originally published on CD by Ottawa Branch Ontario Genealogical Society, Ottawa This edition published by Global Heritage Press, Ottawa, Get this from a library.

General alphabetical index to the townlands and towns, parishes, and baronies of Ireland: based on the census of Ireland for the. Census of Ireland part V: tables of deaths, volume I; volume II (tables and index) Item Preview Ireland - Population, Registers of birth,etc.- Ireland, Irish papers GENERIC RAW BOOK ZIP download.

download 1 file. The Dublin City Census index was compiled by Dr D A Chart, in the 19th century from the original census records - since destroyed in the Public Record Office fire. Chart's index, which includes names and addresses of 60, heads of household, has now been converted to computerised form by Seán Magee.

Census. The census was taken on 30 March and filled out by the householders themselves. It survives for parts of County Antrim. The recorded the following information about each household member: Name; Age. The Census of Ireland for the YearPart V, Tables of Deaths Vol I describes in detail the history of famine and disease in Ireland from ancient times until the mid 19th century when Ireland was ravaged by the Great Irish Famine.

In the mid to late s and the early s approximately one million Irish died of starvation and disease while approximately the same. Ireland, / Census Abstracts (Northern Ireland) Since most Irish census records prior to were destroyed in a fire, Josephine Masterson turned to old age pension records, census fragments, and other documents to re-create.

Census of Ireland,The census of Ireland for the year Part I. Showing the area, population and number of houses by townlands and electoral divisions, Vol. Province of Connaught, BPP –3 XCII. Related data collections. Ireland: / Census Abstracts (Republic of Ireland) Since most Irish census records prior to were destroyed in a fire, Josephine Masterson turned to old age pension records, census fragments, and other documents to re-create this small portion of the and Irish censuses.

General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes and Baronies of Ireland, Based on the Census of Ireland for the Year $ Author: Dublin Stationery Office. About Web: Ireland, Census Search FormsNote: All data in this third-party database was obtained from the source’s website.

does not support or make corrections or changes to the original database. The earliest census available for all of Ireland is for the yearearlier censuses having been destroyed in the fire of at the Public Record Office in Dublin.

Thus, with the exception of a handful of surviving census fragments, Ireland is entirely lacking in this key genealogical building block (if we exclude Griffith’s famous mid. The United Kingdom Census of recorded the people residing in every household on the night of Sunday 30 Marchand was the second of the UK censuses to include details of household members.

However, this census added considerably to the fields recorded in the earlier UK Census, providing additional details of ages, relationships and origins, making.

General Alphabetical Index to Townlands and Towns, Parishes and Baronies of Ireland: Based on the Census of Ireland for the Year by Ireland and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Even so, these events in Ireland's census history still cause many a genealogist to weep, because none of the original papers survive for Not a scrap.

Surprisingly, earlier censuses (for to ) have a marginally higher survival rate (and I do mean marginal!). The Census Report for contains a Table showing that if births had taken place in the ratio of 1 to 31 of the population, annually, as in England (without an emigration), the number of children born in Ireland from to would have been 2,; and the population in the latter year would have been 9, instead of 6, General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes and Baronies of Ireland for the Year Volume I by Ireland (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.

ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. 1/5(1). Search: Census of This census includes Canada East (Quebec), Canada West (Ontario), New Brunswick and Nova Scotia. Enter one or more search terms.

You don’t need to fill in all the boxes. Wildcard character: * (e.g. John* for Johns, Johnsen. 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 was taken. The only surviving census record for is.

and censuses can be searched online on the National Archives of Ireland Web site. Census Search Forms, / Purposes for Taking a Census. Various types of censuses have been taken by civil authorities to determine such things as: Makeup of the population.

Religion of the population. Military readiness. History of Irish census records. Censuses of population are taken by governments to establish numbers and characteristics of a country's inhabitants. The first full government census of Ireland was taken in with further censuses at ten-yearly intervals from through to No census was taken inbecause of the War of Independence.

Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (M), or click on a page image below to browse page by by: 7. The townland is the foundation of land division in Ireland, so the starting point for many searches.

The standard work of reference for searches is a book published in with the title "General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes & Baronies of Ireland", which was printed by Alexander Thom & Co. of Dublin, " for her Majesty's Stationery Office". 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. Both andvery unusually, also recorded those who had moved away or died.

Practical information about the UK Census. Millions of visitors have already been making the journey there and marveling at exhibits on display, which come from all parts of the world, including India and the countries with recent white settlements, such as.

Census of Ireland part IV, report on ages and education Item Preview Ireland - Population, Registers of birth,etc.- Ireland, Irish papers - registration of births, deaths and marriages Publisher HMSO GENERIC RAW BOOK ZIP download.

download 1 file. FULL BOOK DETAILS. FULL DETAILS. Search. General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes and Baronies of Ireland, Based on the Census of Ireland for the Year Dublin Stationery Office.

In all genealogical work the first and most important step is to establish the geographical origin of the ancestor. In Irish research the. The census of Ireland for the year Part I. Showing the area, population, and number of houses, by townlands and electoral divisions.

County of Longford. Cambridge [Eng.]: Proquest LLC. MLA Citation. Great Britain. Parliament. House of. Ireland: / Census Abstracts (Republic of Ireland) by Masterson, Josephine and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Ireland: / Census Abstracts (Republic of Ireland) [Masterson, Josephine] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Ireland: / Census Abstracts (Republic of Ireland)5/5(1). The special report on the census is the list of all of the original surnames and county locations found in the 'census' of It also Author: Michael O'laughlin.

Discover more about the Census Search Forms & The old age pension was introduced in Ireland in for people over the age of However, because civil (government) registration of births did not begin until those eligible for. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Author of Census of Ireland,The census of Ireland for the yearCensus of Ireland, The earliest census available for all of Ireland is for the yearearlier censuses having been destroyed in the fire of at the Public Record Office in Dublin.

Thus, with the exception of a handful of surviving census fragments, Ireland is entirely lacking in this key genealogical building block (if we exclude Griffith's famous mid. General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes, and Baronies of Ireland Based on the Census of Ireland for the Year (Book): From Abartagh to Youngstown, this reprint of an index from the census presents the towns of Ireland in charts which contain information on the county, parish, and barony in which the particular town is located and the.

The census was taken on 30 March and filled out by the householders themselves. It survives for parts of County Antrim. The recorded the following information about each household member: Relationship to head of household.

Date of marriage (s) Ability to read/write. The census also recorded.More happily, the returns for the and census have survived and can now be accessed online, free of charge, via the National Archives of Ireland.

Currently, there are plans to release the census of Ireland (which does not include Northern Ireland) bythough before this happens, the Statistics Act will have to be amended.