1901 Census, Co. Tyrone

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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
    Abraham Thomas
  • Townland
    Dungannon Rd.
  • District
    Aughnacloy
  • Age
    -
  • Job
    -
  • Education
    -
  • Birth place
    -
  • Census
    Aughnacloy
  • County
    Tyrone
  • Note
    The Church of Ireland Church was on Moore street. Aughnacloy Gas Works was on Carnteel lane. Aughnacloy National School was on Mill Street, Derrycush National School was on Dungannon road, and Glack National School was in the urban part of the townland of Glack. There was a Band Room in the Corn Market. National Archives, Dublin : 1901 Census of County Tyrone, film reference: File 16(1-17). Latter Day Saints film ref : MFGS 28 file 4.
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