Irish Census Records 4
Census Records Notes
The first Irish census to survive intact is 1901.
The 1911 Irish census did survive and is available at the National Archives of Ireland.
Earlier Irish census records were largely destroyed by fire. There are fragments which have been transcribed by genealogists but these include only a very small amount of the original records.
The best known Irish census substitute is Griffith's Valuations which was a listing of who the renters were and who owned the property. It was begun about 1848.
by Sherry Irvine
About the 1766 Religious Census of Ireland:
In 1766, the Irish Parliament ordered all Church of Ireland ministers in their respective parishes to prepare a list of householders and their religious affiliation (church of Ireland, Catholic or Presbyterian). In addition the ministers were required to include information about........ Read More
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Census records online in Ireland:
Census of Longford
Directories of Longford
Military Records of Longford
Valuations of Longford
Other County Longford Genealogy Records
Census of Louth
Directories of Louth
Military Records of Louth
Other County Louth Genealogy Records
Census of Mayo
Directories of Mayo
Valuations of Mayo
Tithe Applotments for County Mayo
Other County Mayo Genealogy Records
Census of Meath
Directories of Meath
Other County Meath Genealogy Records
Other County Monaghan Genealogy Records
Census of Roscommon
Valuations of Roscommon
Other County Roscommon Genealogy Records
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