Census of Ireland for the Year 1871

Summary for Townlands of Claregalway Only

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Census of Ireland for 1871

The 1871 census was taken on 2 April 1871 and filled out by the householders themselves.

All of the original census returns for 1861 and 1871 were intentionally destroyed by the government after each census. Only statistical information about the Irish population was taken. The only surviving census record for 1861 is a transcription for the County of Meath and parishes of Drumcondra & Loughbracken. (microfilm available in the National Library of Ireland)

Source Irish Genealogy Toolkit

 

Census of Ireland for 1871 – Claregalway Parish

General Summary Table

 

Claregalway Parish in the Barony of Clare, Co. Galway

1871 By. Clare. Cg Parish Townlands Pg

 

Click on link to be brought to histpop.org.uk – 1871 Census for the Barony of Clare (Summaries Only)

 

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Claregalway Parish in the Barony of Dunkellin Co. Galway

1871 By. Dunkellin Cg Parish Townlands Pg

 

Click on link to be brought to histpop.org.uk – 1871 Census for the Barony of Dunkellin (Summaries Only)

 

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