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Surviving 1851 census returns of Ireland

Surviving 1851 census returns of Ireland

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Published by Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society in Ottawa, Ont .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland.
    • Subjects:
    • Registers of births, etc. -- Ireland.,
    • Ireland -- Genealogy.

    • About the Edition

      Provides marriage, birth, and death information for the counties of Antrim, Cork, Fermanagh, and Kilkelly, prior to the Civil Registration Act.

      Edition Notes

      Other titlesCensus returns of Ireland
      StatementIrish Research Group, Ottawa Branch, OGS.
      GenreGenealogy.
      ContributionsOntario Genealogical Society. Ottawa Branch. Irish Research Group.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCS497.A1
      The Physical Object
      FormatElectronic resource
      Pagination1 CD-ROM
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3550461M
      ISBN 100777901358
      LC Control Number2001578950
      OCLC/WorldCa45144793


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BOOK - Surviving Census Returns Surviving 1851 census returns of Ireland book 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, Irish census fragments are exactly that: surviving pages or bits of pages from the original census returns completed in, and On this webpage you'll find out what survives from each of those census years.

If you want information about later censuses in Ireland, see the Related Pages menu. Surviving Census Returns of Ireland - INDEX A Index to the book: Surviving Census Returns of Ireland Surviving Census Returns of Ireland - INDEX Barry,,   Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Surviving census returns of Ireland by,Ottawa Branch, Ontario Genealogical Society edition, Electronic resource in English. 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.

In many cases, only one or two returns survive for a family for a county in a particular year, a poignant reminder of what we lost in the Four Courts fire of 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.

Even so, these events in Ireland's Surviving 1851 census returns of Ireland book history still cause many a genealogist to weep, because none of Surviving 1851 census returns of Ireland book original papers survive for Not a scrap.

Surprisingly, earlier censuses (for to ) have a marginally higher survival rate (and I do mean marginal!). Events. 30 March – the United Kingdom Census shows that, as part of the legacy of the Great Famine, the population of Ireland has fallen to 6, – a drop of 1, in ten years.

This is the first census to note use of the Irish language.; 1 August – Midland Great Western Railway extended from Mullingar to Galway. 7 August Surviving 1851 census returns of Ireland book Poor Relief (Ireland) Act provides for the Centuries: 17th, 18th, 19th, 20th, 21st.

The returns Surviving 1851 census returns of Ireland book for two congregations – Speymouth, and Garmouth Preaching Station, both in Morayshire, both catalogued by the NRS under CH2// Officially the census forms were entitled Census of the Population, Scotland: Return Relating to Public Worship.

They each asked nine main questions of the person tasked with filling out the. 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. A census is a count and description of the population of an area. When available, census records can provide names, ages, occupations, marital statuses, birthplaces, and family members' relationships.

Censuses can also provide clues that lead to other records. A census may list only selected people for a special reason (such as males between the ages of 16 and 45 for.

B96s Surviving Census Returns of Ireland. Coa Oxford Companion to Irish History. Dge Genealogist’s Handbook for Irish Research. D29i Introduction to Irish Research (Davies).

Gtac Tracing your Irish Ancestors: The Complete Guide (Grenham). 5th ed. Ha Heritage & Research Centers in Ireland. The Dublin City Census index was compiled by Dr D A Chart, in the Surviving 1851 census returns of Ireland book 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.

Only the and censuses survived, along with a very small number of earlier returns. View digitised and indexed images of the Census of Ireland / and Census fragments and substitutes, (including Northern Ireland) on the National Archives of Ireland website.

British colonies and protectorates. 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. The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland has some census records for Northern Ireland. All other census records, including the surviving early fragments, are kept at the National Archives.

For a more detailed list of surviving census returns, see: Books Edit. Begley, Donal F., ed. Irish Genealogy: A Record Finder. In addition to the census abstracts taken from the summary books found in the Old Age Pension records, this work also contains census fragments and miscellaneous census data found in both the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Belfast) and the National Archives in Dublin.

The Index to the Dublin census is an excellent source for anyone researching Dublin city during the mid-nineteenth century.

Providing the names and addresses of approximat heads of household, it was compiled by Dr D A Chart. The returns are for two congregations - Speymouth, and Garmouth Preaching Station, both in Morayshire, both catalogued by the NRS under CH2// Officially the census forms were entitled Census of the Population, Scotland: Return Relating to Public Worship.

They each asked nine main questions of the person tasked with filling out the : Chris Paton. 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 and census returns also perished in the PRO at the same time (those for were destroyed shortly after they were taken and those for were pulped during the First World War as there was a paper shortage).

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. 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. 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.

Search The Dublin City Census Clear search. Learn about these records. Background 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.

As is well known, most of the Irish census was destroyed in the fire at the Four Courts in Dublin. The largest collection of surviving census fragments pertains to County Antrim, and, in particular, to the following parishes: Aghagallon, Aghalee, Ballinderry, Ballymoney, Craigs, Dunaghy, Grange, Killead, Kilwaughter, Larne, Rasharkin Author: Josephine Masterson.

The census was a failure but mistakes made were rectified by the time of the census, and the latter was considered to be the bench mark for future work in population and census studies.

Information on the census returns for is available at the National Archives, Ireland website linked below.

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.

Irish Census Fragment Tickmacrevan, Country Antrim. Genealogy documentary sources are scarce for the 18th and early 19th centuries due to the destruction by fire in of most of the public records of Ireland.

Free Ireland Census Tickmacrevan Name, Position in Household, Marital Status, Age, Occupation, Birth Place. COUNTY CORK.

Census. Census of Cork Diocese of Cloyne County Cork transcribed by Margaret Moon posted to the cork mailing list on Ginni Swanton's web page "In March and April of this () year, on the instructions of the government, Church of Ireland rectors were to compile complete returns of all householders in their parishes, showing their religion, and giving an.

In: Parliamentary Papers, SessionVol. XXIX, XXX, p Cockton Parliamentary papers vol. barcode: 1 A full bibliographic record is. 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 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. They include partial census records from toa substantial amount from counties now in Northern Ireland.

Pre-famine Ireland. Surviving documents. 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. 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 of Ireland.

No population census was taken in Ireland in due to the civil strife that the country was. Working from microfilm copies of the census available from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Mrs.

Masterson has transcribed data on persons enumerated in the surviving records for County Antrim. Government census taking began in the early nineteenth century in Ireland. The first, and partial, census was carried out in This was followed in with the first complete countrywide census on 28 May.

A new census was taken every 10 years after this date, up to Pender's 'Census' Repr. 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: Co.

Fermanagh: MIC/15A/ PRONI [Unpublished] Books of Survey and Distribution: T/B & D/1/ PRONI. Government census: Earliest full surviving census for the entire country. Online: NAI [Unpublished] Census index: Dublin City census indexes Marie Keogh: Dun Laoghaire Genealogical Society of Ireland: National Library of Ireland Ir g 7: Government census: Second earliest full surviving census for the entire.

and The surviving census for Londonderry and Cavan are available on film. Again, pdf the County concerned for details of the parishes covered. The surviving census for Antrim and Fermanagh are available on film. An index is available on CD.The first true census in the new United Kingdom was taken in Ireland in Earlier headcounts had download pdf place in England and Wales, but this was the first census that we would recognise as modern, listing names and family relationships, occupations and addresses.

It was certainly flawed - the enumerators were paid by the number of returns.Content associated with: Census (Ireland) Act, Census of Ireland, Ebook Woollard. The fourth successful census of Ireland was held inand like its predecessor was held on the same day (31 March ) as the census elsewhere in the United Kingdom.