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1911 census Ireland references for use with Belfast street directory

John T. Parnham

1911 census Ireland references for use with Belfast street directory

by John T. Parnham

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Published by [Rush Genealogical Advice Centre] in [Rush, Co. Dublin] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Names, Geographical -- Northern Ireland -- Belfast.,
  • Street names -- Northern Ireland -- Belfast.,
  • Ireland -- Census, 1911.

  • Edition Notes

    Title from cover.

    Other titlesParnham"s 1911 census references for Ireland, 1911 census references, Belfast
    Statement[produced by John T. Parnham].
    ContributionsRush Genealogical Advice Centre.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination1 v. (unpaged) ;
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18287042M

    The and Census were administered under the office of the Registrar General under the Census (Ireland) Acts , The General Register Office retained custody of these returns until The GRO was located in Charlemont House, the present day Municipal Gallery of Art.   These properties have then been linked to the individual level census returns for Belfast freely available from the National Archives of Ireland .

    The Census of Ireland, , was a census that covered Ireland, and was conducted on Sunday 2 April as part of a broader Census of the United Kingdom.A census of Ireland had taken place every ten years beginning in until The next census would not take place until due to the Irish War of Independence and subsequent Irish Civil War. Street directory of the city, an alphabetical list and a traders list: Towns: Directory of Ireland: Slater National Library of Ireland: Follows Slater's ; alphabetically by province & town, then by trade, with names of schoolteachers, major farmers & nobility/gentry in or near the town. Lists Belfast, Cork, Dublin and Limerick merchants.

    Census of Antrim, Ireland. Extracted by Myra Britt from The National Archives of Ireland.. Note: Explainations of some of the abbreviations used; Cong. = Congregationalist; Chr/Bre = Christian Brethern; Ch./Ire. = Church of Ireland; R. Catholic = R Catholic; Ch/Sc. = Christian Scientist; Presb. = Presbyterian; Epis. = Episcopalian; Chr./Ch. = A Christian Belongs to Church; R-W = Can Read. Age and Date of Birth: I have relied on the information on the Ireland Census returns to calculate the two years in which the person was born - e.g. if someone was recorded as 20 in the census return, then he was born between 03/04/ and 02/04/


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1911 census Ireland references for use with Belfast street directory by John T. Parnham Download PDF EPUB FB2

Census of Ireland / and Census fragments and substitutes, The household returns and ancillary records for the censuses of Ireland of andwhich are in the custody of the National Archives of Ireland, represent an extremely valuable part of the Irish national heritage.

Read more about their digitisation. Use the search forms below to search the database from the and census returns. You can choose the type of search you wish to perform by clicking on the appropriate tab below. The census records can be searched by Person Name, or view Institution records.

Person Search; Street Search; Institution Search. Both censuses cover the island of Ireland. They were released to public inspection inbecause of the stream of requests for information about people's ages, particularly those born before civil registration of births began in The census was taken on 31 st March The census was taken on 2 April   Hi I have noticed some "discrepancies" between Census returns and the Belfast Street Directories for the same period.

For example, David Motherwell is consistently listed at University Street in Street Directories, but the Ireland Census return specifies University Street.

Brenda Anderson in Canada has kindly sent this information for the Belfast census. I don't know if you are keeping track of streets for the Census, but I have just done Film No. Ward: Windsor - Parish: Shankill. It is one of those listed with no street.

Lesley, I got put off looking for you. First I believed you about Ravenscroft Street not being in the irish census andit is listed in both under Co Down, Pottinger or Pottinger (part of) and No 15 is listed in both. Moving to PRONI street directories I started withRavenscroft is listed, but odd numbers are only nos The bulk of the directory then focuses on Ireland.

Beginning with statistics compiled from the previous census, there is also listings of landowners of 1, acres upwards, on a county by county level, followed by several hundred pages detailing various state officials, as well as other civil, military and religious officials in the country.

Search o Belfast records from the & censuses. Belfast descriptions and boards (an historical account of Belfast and details of local institutions and societies) Belfast alphabetical directory; Belfast street directory - arrangement of names by street Search; Village directory - inhabitants in the suburbs of Belfast for example Dunmurry, Whiteabbey, Newtownbreda, Glengormly, Jordanstown.

The Central Library does not have a Directory. Henrietta McCall was at 12, Cranburn Street. There are three W. Grays listed in the Alphabetical Section of the directory but not a William John.

None of the W. Grays was a book keeper. one was a court official, one a greengrocer and one a Sergeant in the RIC. Christopher. Census Records.

A census for Ireland has been taken every 10 years since Unfortunately the only complete ones to survive that are available are that of and These are available to search in Belfast and Dublin and on website.

See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive Parnham's census references for Ireland John T. Parnham Not in Library. Census of India, India. Census Commissioner. Not in Library. census Ireland references for use with Belfast street directory John T.

Parnham Not in Library. An index to the three volumes, Arkansas. The first complete census of Ireland available. All of this is now available. Street Indexes for [edit | edit source] Available for Belfast, Cork, Dublin, Limerick, Londonderry and Waterford and could be on permanent loan in your FHC on fiches An example is shown in chart Chart: Census Street Index for Belfast.

Re: Census for Belfast «Reply #6 on: SeptemPM» Worldwide Army Index is the name of the source, the detail costs £11 but special deal currently half price. 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 military.

InBelfast was a city dominated by Protestant capital and Protestant commerce. Belfast did not have the high-society culture which centred on Dublin Castle; there were not enough aristocrats living in the city to replicate the lavish balls and banquets of other cities of empire.

There was pomp and symbolism, of course. re: belfast census «Reply #14 on: DecemPM» As far as I'm aware none of the streets that are shown on the National Archives site as being the Townlands/Streets in Belfast East (Antrim) are in East Belfast. The Census of Ireland,was a census that covered Ireland, and was conducted on Sunday 2 April as part of a broader Census of the United Kingdom.A census of Ireland had taken place every ten years beginning in until The next census did not take place until due to the Irish War of Independence and subsequent Irish Civil War.

The census returns of for all 32 counties are available website is freely accessible, with no charge for viewing any of the material. The original manuscripts of the Census of Ireland are all housed in the National Archives of returns are arranged by townland for rural areas and by street in cities, and it is necessary to know the townland or street where a person.

There are census reports in this collection, spanning several years and covering all 32 counties of Ireland. The years covered for each county are as follows, including the census report for Belfast: Antrim –,and Armagh –,and Belfast –.

Re: and Census & Belfast Family History site «Reply #4 on: OctoPM» Not meaning to step on anyone's toes, but you can now search through the complete and census for the whole of Ireland .Posts about Census of Ireland written by EarlyIrishCinema. In early August, Ireland’s Attorney-General and Solicitor-General heard application for patents that would allow legitimate drama from the Star Theatre of Varieties, Ltd., the company that ran the Empire, and from the Premier Picture Palace (Dublin), which proposed to build a large theatre in the city centre on a site off Henry.National Library of Ireland Online: Alphabetical by province & town, then by trade, with names of schoolteachers, major farmers & nobility/gentry in or near the town.

Lists Belfast, Cork, Dublin and Limerick merchants. Dublin only - attornies, doctors, dentists. Towns: Royal National Commercial Directory of Ireland: Slater National.