3 edition of Results of the Irish census of 1861 found in the catalog.
Results of the Irish census of 1861
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The Population Structure and Living Circumstances of Irish Travellers: Results from the Census of Traveller Families (General research) by Rottman, David B., Tussing, , Wiley, M.M. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Census census of united parishes of Glenavy,, Camlin and Tullyrusk, Co. Antrim, taken in , revised in and ; with Glenavy Church of Ireland registers MIC.1/, .
The Census for England was taken on the night of 7 April All responses were to reflect the individual's status as of 7 April for all individuals who had spent the night in the house. People who were traveling or living abroad were enumerated at the location where they spent the night on census night. Information in this database. The and returns were destroyed not long after they were taken and during World War One, the and returns were pulped. I’ll be looking in detail at other sources of Irish records that can be used as census substitutes. you may find the following books .
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The – Irish census returns - what survives. Census record manuscripts for were intentionally destroyed by the government some time after statistical information about the population and Irish society had been taken from them.
A decade later, the exercise was repeated. Census of Ireland The census was taken on 7 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 a. 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. Irish Census Search forms & The government used these forms to search the & Census to prove the age of people applying for the Old Age Pension when birth certificates did not exist because the person was born before Civil Registration had begun.
The census search forms contain the applicant's name, address, residence in with county, barony, parish, townland and street.
The Census of gives the population as 5, beingless than that ofor a decrease of per cent, in the last ten years. During this period as many as 1, persons emigrated from Ireland. Memorandum on the Fate of the Destroyed Returns of the Census of Ireland Ireland is unusual among developed countries in having few census returns pre-dating the twentieth century, the great bulk of such records having been destroyed either as a result of war or of government there is continuing debate over which side in the Civil War, pro-Treaty or anti-Treaty, bears the.
Irish Census Records. 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 below. census: this census was held in both Northern Ireland and the Irish Free State.
North and South diverged from each other in subsequent censuses. Unfortunately, the census records for Northern Ireland were destroyed. The census records for the Irish Free State are due for. These, however, having been surmounted, the results of the first authoritative and complete Irish Census were presented to the public in " "A second enumeration of the people was taken in The inquiry, however, was not commenced simultaneously in all parts of the country, and it extended over a considerable period.
As it turned out, there w responses, with respondents from each of the 32 counties. The preliminary results are now out. There was also an option to complete the survey through Irish. The OHPR website - histpop - is an online resource of almostpages of all the published population reports created by the Registrars-General of and its predecessors for the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland for the periodincluding all Irish Census Reports for the periodalong with ancillary archival.
They have represented the census of as showing a reduction in the total number of the population, and have stated that such a result proves that upwards ofpersons have perished in Ireland within the last ten years, from the mis-government of Ireland; thus confounding a diminution in the rate of increase with a diminution in the.
Not surprisingly, Irish census records reflect the country’s unsettled past. Many census records were lost when the Public Record Office was destroyed in Only fragments remain of those records. In addition, the government destroyed original census records from through after compiling statistics from them.
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 this small portion of the and Irish censuses.
All Census & Voter Lists in the Card Catalog. CENSUS. Civil census was taken in Ireland during the following years: ,,, Full transcription of theand Roxburghshire census. Available in book form by parish or searches by name or address. Ingleborough Archaeology Freebooters - Surname Index for Area.
Irish censuses from before have not generally survived to the present day, due to a combination of official incompetence (the and returns were pulped before they could be transcribed into books), non-retention ( and ), and a fire during the Irish Civil War in The and censuses for Ireland (all of which was.
Census. The census was taken over a period of some months after 30 March and survives for parts of Londonderry (Derry). The surviving documents from the census record the following information: Name of head of household; Number of males and females living in the household.
However, that is not likely the case. A census of the Irish population was taken every ten years from until The original census returns for and were destroyed shortly after they were collected, likely for storage space.
The records for to. The census also records an individual's ability to read or write and ability to speak the Irish language, and whether deaf, dumb, blind, idiot, imbecile or lunatic.
The census asked a significant additional question: married women were required to state the number of years they had been married, the number of their children born alive and.
Ireland Valuation Office books; Ireland, Clare Electoral Registers; Irish Army Census ; Irish Census Search Forms & ; Landed Estates Court Rentals ; Reports from Committees, Fictitious Votes (Ireland), Select Committee on Fictitious Votes, ; The Census of Elphin ; The Index to the Dublin City Census Most Irish national census records prior to were destroyed in the fire at the Public Records Office in Dublin.
Knowing this, genealogist Josephine Masterson turned to other sources to re-create these abstracts of information that appeared on the and Irish censuses.Complete census returns for Ireland have been compiled every ten years from until The Irish war of independence interupted this pattern and after partition (in ) the next census undertaken in both jurisdictions was in The Northern Ireland returns for have not survived.