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Most of the Northern Ireland Census records before 1861 were destroyed in the Irish Civil War in 1922.  There are few exceptions that survived as follows:
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Most of the Northern Ireland Census records before 1861 were destroyed in the Irish Civil War in 1922.  There are few exceptions that survived as follows:  
  
*1821
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*     Organized by townland, civil parish, barony and county.  Took place 28 May 1821, a few volumes              survived.  Those were Counties Feramagh (MIC/5A PRONI), Armagh (MIC/15A PRONI), and the parish        of Forkhill.
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*     Organized by townland, civil parish, barony and county.  Took place 28 May 1821, a few volumes              survived.  Those were Counties Feramagh (MIC/5A PRONI), Armagh (MIC/15A PRONI), and the parish        of Forkhill.  
*1831
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*1831  
*1841
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*1841  
*1851
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*1851  
*1861
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*1861  
*1871
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*1871  
*1881
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*1881  
*1891
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*1901
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*1901  
 
*1911
 
*1911
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Latest revision as of 14:43, 12 April 2012

Most of the Northern Ireland Census records before 1861 were destroyed in the Irish Civil War in 1922.  There are few exceptions that survived as follows:

  • 1821
  •      Organized by townland, civil parish, barony and county.  Took place 28 May 1821, a few volumes              survived.  Those were Counties Feramagh (MIC/5A PRONI), Armagh (MIC/15A PRONI), and the parish        of Forkhill.
  • 1831
  • 1841
  • 1851
  • 1861
  • 1871
  • 1881
  • 1891
  • 1901
  • 1911

 

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