Presentation on theme: "Irish census records Diploma in Family History. UNIVERSALLY USEFUL RECORDS General Register Office records 1901 and 1911 censuses (& some fragments) Church."— Presentation transcript:
1821 CENSUS Organised by townland, civil parish, barony and county. May 28th 1821 Recorded: - name; - age; - occupation; - relationship to the head of the household; - acreage of land-holding; - number of storeys of house.
1821 CENSUS Cavan : Parishes of Annagelliff, Ballymachugh, Castlerahan, Castleterra, Crosserlough, Denn, Drumlumman, Drung, Kilbride, Kilmore, Kinawley, Larah, Lavey, Lurgan, Mullagh, Munterconnaught Fermanagh : Parishes of Derryvullan and Aghalurcher (part only); Galway : Parishes of Aran, Athenry, Kilcomeen, Kiltallagh, Killimore, Kilconickny, Kilreekill Meath : Parishes of Ardbraccan, Ardsallagh, Balrathboyne, Bective, Churchtown, Clonmacduff, Donaghmore, Donaghpatrick, Kilcooly, Liscartan, Martry, Moymet, Navan, Newtownclonbun, Rathkenny, Rataine, Trim, Trimblestown, Tullaghanoge Offaly (King’s): Parishes of Aghacon, Birr, Ettagh, Kilcolman, Kinnitty, Letterluna, Roscomroe, Roscrea, Seirkieran
1831 CENSUS Again organised by townland, civil parish, barony and county, recorded: - name; - age; - occupation; - relationship to the head of the household; - acreage of land-holding; - religion
1834: FOR EXAMPLE Protestant parishioners: Bandon town (Ballymodan only). NLI Ms 675 List of RC parishioners, Kinvara and Killina; NL Pos 2442 (RC?) householders, parishes of Dunquin, Dunurlin, Ferriter, Killemlagh, Kilmalkedar, Kilquane, Marhin, Prior. JKAHS, 1974-5. Granard RC parish; heads of household - with Catholic registers. Tallanstown parish census. JCLAHS, Vol. 14
1841 CENSUS Householders filled out the returns, rather than enumerators. Recorded: - name; - age; - occupation; - relationship to the head of the household; - date of marriage; - literacy; - absent family members; - family members who died since 1831;
1841 CENSUS Killeshandra, Co. Cavan Old Age Pensions Act 1908
1851 CENSUS - name; - age; - occupation; - relationship to the head of the household; - date of marriage; - literacy; - absent family members; - family members who died since 1841; - religion;
1851– ENUMERATORS’ BOOKS Antrim: 14 parishes (out of 77); PRONI. NAI. Online “List of inhabitants of Castlerahan barony”.c. 1851 With Killinkere parish registers.
Fragments survive for 1821 – 1851 for some counties, as follows: Antrim, 1851; Belfast city (one ward only), 1851; Cavan, 1821 and 1841; Cork, 1841; Dublin city (index to heads of household only), 1851; Fermanagh, 1821, 1841 and 1851; Galway, 1813 (numerical returns for Longford barony) and 1821; King ’ s County (Offaly), 1821; Londonderry (Derry), 1831 – 34; Meath, 1821; Waterford, 1841.