3 edition of Surviving 1851 census returns of Ireland found in the catalog.
Surviving 1851 census returns of Ireland
Provides marriage, birth, and death information for the counties of Antrim, Cork, Fermanagh, and Kilkelly, prior to the Civil Registration Act.
|Other titles||Census returns of Ireland|
|Statement||Irish Research Group, Ottawa Branch, OGS.|
|Contributions||Ontario Genealogical Society. Ottawa Branch. Irish Research Group.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2001578950|
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BOOK - Surviving Census Returns of Ireland. As a result of the explosion and fire in the Public Record Office in Dublin on June 30th,only a relatively small portion of the Census Returns for Ireland survived.
This publication contains transcripts of many of the surviving returns, with a surname index of the contents. Irish census fragments are exactly that: surviving pages or bits of pages from the original census returns completed in, and On this Surviving 1851 census returns of Ireland book you'll find out what survives from each of those census years.
If you want information about later censuses in Ireland. Most of the census records for Ireland were destroyed after the Irish Civil War bombing on 30 Junewhen a massive explosion and fire demolished the building and the other records.
However, surviving are some records for County Antrim for the Ireland census. This database contains names transcribed from surviving fragments of the Irish census. 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.
Census of Almost all census returns for the years, and were destroyed in the former Public Record Office of Ireland (PROI) in There are some surviving returns for, andhowever.
These cover parts of the following counties and census Antrim: Ireland Census The surviving documents from the census record the following information.
Name of head of household; Number of males and females living in the household; The census was taken on 30 March and filled out by the householders themselves.
It survives for parts of County Antrim. 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!).
Irish Census Returns: Population censuses as we understand them today began in Ireland in Unfortunately, the majority of 19th century Irish census returns were destroyed.
The first surviving population census for Ireland isand this, together with the Census of Ireland are available online from the National Archives. Year of Census Extract. Surname of Applicant.
Christian name of Applicant. Applicant's present address. Surname of Father. Christian name of Father. Maiden Surname of Mother. Christian name of Mother. Residence Location - County. The and censuses are the only complete surviving census returns for Ireland; those compiled between were either destroyed by government order, or during the civil war inleaving researchers of nineteenth century Ireland reliant on 'census substitutes.
In fact we now know that records concerning more thanpeople appearing in the, and census records survive at the National Archives of Ireland.
Government census: Some certified copies of census returns for use in claims for old age pensions. Also FamilyTreeMaker CD ROM CVCA [Unpublished] Government census: Earliest full surviving census for the entire country.
Online: NAI [Unpublished] Government census: Second earliest full surviving census for the entire. Census of Ireland - 3rd Table Return of members of this family, servants or visitors who have died while residing with this family since 6 June Names Age Sex Relation to the head of the family State the particular profession, trade or other employment of.
Many priceless Irish genealogy records were lost including Wills and Title Deeds, Church of Ireland parish registers, census returns and other records going back seven centuries. Apart from some fragments, the census returns of, andwere lost. The and returns had already been destroyed not long after they were taken.
to 18, or per celnt. on the returns for "From the Returns of the Enmgration Commissioners, we learn that of the 2, emigrants who sailed from ports in the United Kingdom, between the 31st of March,and the 8th of April last, 1, were Irish; and from the returns.
Census Search Forms: These relate to searches made in the early 20th-century of the census returns to establish the age of persons applying for Old Age Pensions Pre-Griffiths Valuation books: These are the 'initial' survey books the field and house books prepared before the Household survey was carried out.
GPC,IMC, LDS film Online. Census of Ireland c. Seamus Pender. Dublin The Stationery Office. National Library of Ireland (NLI Ir c 4) Poll Tax Returns. In cases where the or census return could not be found, the form was returned with not found or no trace written on it.
Census search forms have survived and are available for research at the National Archives of Ireland. Recently, they have also become available for research on the National Archives website.
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.
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 Mastersons Ireland: Census Abstracts (Republic of Ireland), which you can access via the browse.
Ireland introduced the decennial census in but has been unfortunate in that no 19th century census records have survived, bar a few fragments and a few transcripts. The returns for to were destroyed by fire in Dublin's Four Courts in The returns for to were destroyed by the Government.
In the Public Records Office fire the returns from to were also largely destroyed. Only fragments of these early census returns survive. This means that the only complete surviving census returns for Ireland are for and Ireland's census has survived complete.
Kilworth in County Cork, circa The census was taken on Sunday 31 March and recorded every man, woman and child alive on the island of Ireland on that date. It is the first full all-Ireland census available to genealogists (records from earlier censuses were almost completely destroyed).
The facts of the matter are that, except for a few surviving remnants, Ireland lost eight, irreplaceable 19th century census in six years. It is for this reason that the Irish Government lifted the normal year embargo on census, and opened to the public, the and census after 80.
The and census returns were sometimes used as proof of age when state old-age pensions were introduced in the early twentieth century, and the forms detailing the results of searches in the original returns to establish age have survived and are found in the National Archives for areas in the Republic of Ireland, and the Public Record.
Irish Census i. Censuses were taken every ten years from The and censuses are the only complete surviving census records for the pre-Independence period.
A few fragments from survived the fire at the Public Records Office. Religious Census. In March and AprilChurch of Ireland rectors were instructed by the government to compile complete returns of all householders in their respective parishes, showing their religion, as between Church of Ireland (Episcopalian), Roman Catholic (termed Papists in the returns) and Presbyterians (termed Dissenters), and giving an account of any Roman Catholic.
Census of Ireland This database contains a partial transcription - detailing names, ages, relationships and addresses (i. District Electoral Division, Parish, Townland or StreetTown) - of all people recorded in the census returns, within their appropriate households, for the city and county of Derry.
Irish Census Records Online - General Section. Census and Census of Ireland for all 32 Counties also has Irish census fragments and substitutes, ; Census of Ireland for 7 Counties Complete for Leitrim, Mayo, Roscommon and Sligo.
Also includes incomplete census records from these Irish counties: Wexford, Westmeath and Galway. For general information on Scottish census returns see the Census section on the main Scotland GENUKI page.
The Peeblesshire FreeCEN Project is developing a free-to-view online database of the and census returns. Graham and Emma Maxwell are transcribing and indexing theand Peeblesshire census returns.
Their website. The Census of Ireland, was a last census that covered the whole island of Ireland. Censuses were taken at ten year intervals from onwards, but the census was cancelled due to the Irish War of Independence.
The original records of the to censuses were destroyed by fire at the Four Courts in Dublin during the Irish Civil War, while those between and were. Petty Sessions records held by the National Archives largely date from to The collection of Order Books consists of o volumes, but it does include some large gaps, most notably the registers of the Dublin Metropolitan Police Court.
The Petty Sessions records also include a separate series of Dog Licence Register books and. Immigrant Servants Database. Richard W. Price, MA, AG ®. Prior to there are numerous local records that act as census substitutes.
By definition they must give names, at least of householders, and must seem to be complete for a community. Pre censuses: to civil censuses exist for English parishes. Irish Famine Timeline: View. A census showed that the Irish population had fallen from 8, people to 6, from as a result of mortality and emigration.
It was estimated that if the famine had not occurred, the number of people living in Ireland. Genealogists have spent the last one hundred years finding so called census substitutes: sources that document the population that can be used instead of the destroyed census returns.
There are two very important census substitutes for Irish genealogical research, namely Griffiths Valuation and the Tithe Applotment Books. Griffiths. Read Book Census Of Ireland Cork houses. What has survived: Most of the surviving fragments are for Co.
Antrim and the single townland of Clonee, Co. Fermanagh. Irish census fragments: the surviving returns from to Extracts from the Census of Ireland for some parishes in County Cork. The parishes are Kilcrumper, Kilworth. The Iroquois ( ˈ ɪr ə k w ɔɪ or ˈ ɪr ə k w ɑː ) or Haudenosaunee ( ˌ h oʊ d i n oʊ ˈ s oʊ n iː ; "People of the Longhouse") are an indigenous confederacy i.
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