General Register Office Northern Ireland (GRONI); Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI); 19censuses of Ireland; The National Archives. was the first census where the British Army overseas was enumerated; previously there was only a headcount. This also applies in , with the addition of. The earliest surviving comprehensive returns are for 19and are both available on microfilm in the National Archives of Ireland and via the LDS. More happily, the returns for the 19census have survived and can now be accessed online, free of charge, via the National Archives of Ireland. Irish Census records Taken on September 13, All rights reserved. © Mapbox © OpenStreetMap · Improve this map. Cork City, Munster, Ireland.
Census Administrator Roger McDonnell. Last updated on September 03, Census Status Field Name, Search Data, Sort By, Search Method. Townland. Only the and remain, although there is a list at the National Archives from people who applied for a copy of their entry in the or Census. Census Ireland 19and pre fragments Search the free census records for Ireland on the National Archives of Ireland's website. Resource Subject.
The records now available online include: Birth register records – to ; behind the site have transcripts of the census for their area. This Irish Government supported, official web site, is dedicated to helping you in your search for records of family history for past generations. This database is an index containing details extracted from a variety of Irish birth records. This database contains an index extracted from an index of.
Census returns from Ireland in This is one of the two full censuses for Ireland. The census returns contain: name, age, occupation, relationship to. The census was taken on 31 March It is the earliest complete census to survive the Public Records Office explosion during the Irish Civil War and. The census returns of 19for all 32 counties in Ireland are available to view online at the website of the National Archives. The website is freely.
Here you can search the , , , , 19census records for the whole of Ireland - Irish Census. Other places to look ; Public Records Office for Northern Ireland (PRONI) · - microfiche copy of data ; General Register Office (GRO) · - Births, Deaths and. The Irish Census of is, therefore the last all-Ireland census. Search for your ancestors: Who are you looking for? The & census records for Cork are now freely available online. The National Archives has digitised the records, with the help of Library and.