Where can I find the 1901 census of Ireland?

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Where can I find the 1901 census of Ireland?

Census of Ireland 1901/1911 and Census fragments and substitutes, 1821-51. The household returns and ancillary records for the censuses of Ireland of 1901 and 1911, which are in the custody of the National Archives of Ireland, represent an extremely valuable part of the Irish national heritage.

How to search the Irish Army census records?

Enter search terms in one or more of the boxes below and press ‘submit’ to search the census records. You can also find more information on the Irish Army Census Collection.

Where was the British Army census in 1891?

I am after the 1891 and 1901 census records with him on, especially the 1891 when he was at home on his records. As I was told he was at Athlone Ireland which was a garrison town for the British Army, sometime during his Army days. When they were in South Africa did they come home on leave?

Which is the only surviving census of Ireland?

The 1901 and 1911 censuses are the only surviving full censuses of Ireland open to the public. Both censuses cover the island of Ireland.

Is the census of Ireland missing from the National Archives?

A small amount of material is missing from the site, and will be placed online as soon as possible. Surviving census fragments and substitutes for 1821-51 are a valuable, if limited, resource for the pre-Famine period.

Are there any surviving census returns from Ireland?

Unfortunately the vast majority of the 19th century Irish census returns have been destroyed, with only a few small fragments surviving. This means that the only complete surviving returns are from the 1901 and 1911 census of Ireland.

What was the language of the 1901 census?

While the 1901 census form is filled out in English, he filled out the 1911 in Irish. In 1901 he notes that he and his daughters as well as their cook and domestic servant can speak both Irish and English.

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