2 edition of Census of Ireland,1911,County of Clare, Province of Munster found in the catalog.
Census of Ireland,1911,County of Clare, Province of Munster
His Majesty"s Stationery Office.
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Census of Ireland - Clare] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - AbeBooks Passion for books. Since the early 17th century, there have been four Provinces of Ireland: Connacht, Leinster, Munster, and Irish word for this territorial division, cúige, meaning "fifth part", indicates that there were once five; however, in the medieval period there were number of provinces and their delimitation fluctuated until , when they were permanently set by the English Location: Ireland.
Clare, county in the province of Munster, western Ireland. The town of Ennis, in central Clare, is the county seat. Clare is bounded by Counties Galway (north), Tipperary (east), and Limerick (southeast); by the long estuary of the River Shannon (south); and by the Atlantic Ocean (west). The. In , the county was joined with the province of Munster. The major Norman settlements in the county were at Clare town and at Bunratty. The Norman castle at Bunratty was captured by the O'Briens in and held by them until the seventeenth century.
Paddy, Thank you for posting this information on the & Clare Census. This is very interesting. This helps me with the big picture regarding consolidation of farms and immigration. In the search box put census clare Scroll down a bit to find Census of Ireland part I, area, population, and number of houses, by townlands and electoral divisions: County of Clare Click on this and then click on Open Document You should be presented with the cover page for the Province of Munster.
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Census of Ireland, Supplement to the General topographical index of Ireland, containing all the territorial divisions in which an alteration has been made between 31st March,and 2nd April,comprised in the following indices, viz.: Alphabetical indices to the townlands and towns, district electoral divisions, dispensary (or registrars') districts, poor law unions (or.
We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow more. Census of Ireland, | The |Census of Ireland, |, was a census that covered Ireland, and was conducted World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most definitive collection ever assembled.
The total population of Ireland according to the census was 4, of whom 2, were male and 2, were female. By provinceCountry: Ireland. Census of Population of Ireland now online An index of the names, including age and gender, of every resident of every townland in Ireland inincluding County Census of Ireland,1911,County of Clare, has been released online by the National Archives of : Clare County Library.
Ireland, and Census Index Tithe Applotment Books of Ireland, International Land Records Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland, Finvarra, Clare. Historical description. FINVARRA, a village, in the parish of OUGHTMANNA, barony of BURREN, county of CLARE, and province of MUNSTER, 2½ miles (W.) from Burren, on the bay of Galway; containing inhabitants.
This village, which is situated in a detached portion of the parish, is chiefly remarkable for a Point of that name. KILTONANLEA, or DOONASS, a parish, in the barony of TULLA, county of CLARE, and province of MUNSTER, 7 miles (S. W.) from Killaloe, on the road to Limerick, and on the river Shannon; containing inhabitants.
It comprises statute acres, as applotted under the tithe act, mostly in tillage. The Irians (or "Clan-na-Rory") of Ulster also settled several families of note in Munster, as early as the first and second centuries; of whom were the following: O'Connor, lords or princes of Kerry; O'Connor, lords of Corcomroe in Clare; and O'Loghlin, lords of Burren, also in Clare.
This collection of official census reports for County Clare includes the following years:,and Together these reports come to pages. Comments. Census of Population: County Clare. Census (external link). Census Census - Census - Preliminary Report. Persons, males and. "Clare, a county of Ireland, province of Munster, 55 miles long and 38 broad; bounded on the W by the Atlantic, N by Galway, and E and S by the Shannon, which separates it from Tipperary, Limerick, and Kerry.
It is divided into 79 parishes, has two market towns, and sends three members to parliament. Munster Province Marriage Records. County Clare. County Clare CMC Record Project; Doonbeg and Kilrush Parish Marriages; Killaloe, Co.
Clare Marriage License Bonds ; Killaloe Marriage License Bonds ; Kilmacduane Parish Marriage Records; St Senen's Marriages, Kilruch Parish; Clare GenWeb Clare Message Board.
County Cork. County. Clare is a maritime county in the province of Munster, bounded on the west by the Atlantic, on the north-west by Galway Bay and on the east and south by the river Shannon.
The present county formed, from a very early period, a native principality, Tuath-Mumhan, or Thomond, signifying "North Munster". County Clare (Irish: Contae an Chláir) is a county in Ireland, in the Mid-West Region and the province of Munster, bordered on the west by the Atlantic Ocean.
Clare County Council is the local county had a population ofat the census. The county town and largest settlement is EnnisCountry: Ireland. 's Clare Genealogy subsite offers free access to thousands of records compiled by Dr. Jane Lyons. Begin tracing your Irish ancestry.
The Normans then invaded the area and the land was granted to Thomas de Clare, who never gained control of the area. The English established the county boundaries in the sixteenth century.
Initially, Clare was part of Connaught and it became part of Munster in The information in the Census Search Forms, or ‘Green Forms’ – the internal office records of the search made - is given here. Two points of access are provided to the information: by the applicant’s surname, and (where given) by the applicant’s mother’s maiden name.
Toggle navigation. Faceted Browser ; Sparql Endpoint ; Browse using. OpenLink Faceted Browser; OpenLink Structured Data Editor. "Clare (county, Republic of Ireland), county in western Republic of Ireland, in Munster Province, northwest of the Shannon River. The terrain is hilly, especially in the northern and eastern sections of the county, with extreme elevations reaching about m (about ft).
Census of Ireland Part I, Area, Population, and Number of Houses, by Townlands and Electoral Divisions Provinces of Leinster and Munster Item Preview remove-circle.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.