1901 Census, Co. Cavan

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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. Here are From-Ireland.net’s 1901 Census, Ireland records:

  • Name
    Andrew McCartney
  • Townland
    Corkish
  • District
    Bailieboro
  • Age
    -
  • Job
    -
  • Education
    -
  • Birth place
    -
  • Census
    Bailieboro, Bailieborough
  • County
    Cavan
  • Note
    The 1901 census Film references for Bailieboro Civil Parish are NAI film DED 1 and DED 4/1-3, MFGS 4/1 & 4/2, LDS 812117 & 812118.

    The townland of Cloverhill was unoccupied. There was a corn mill in Crocknahatten and another in Drumenespic. There was an Orange Hall in Lisball, a Presbyterian Institute in Tandragee, a Gate Lodge in Drumbannon. Also in Drumbannon there was a Protestant Church. The Catholic Church and a Presbyterian Meeting house were in Tandragee and another Presbyterian Meeting house in Lisgar. There were schools in Cornanaff, Lisball, Lisgar and Tandragee.
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