Census Substitutes, Co. Galway

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AH = Annelecta Hibernica (journal)

NLI = National Library of Ireland
NAI = National Archives of Ireland
JGAHS = Journal of the Galway Archaeological & Historical Society
GO = Genealogical Office
LDS = Latter Day Saints

Journals are available through interlibrary loan – make a query of your local library. LDS films are available through Family History Centres around the world.

‘The Connaught Journal’ newspaper, along with others relevant to Galway transcribed by Cathy Joynt Labath are on line at Ireland Newspaper Extracts

Directory transcriptions, and many other items of interest relating to Galway, have been transcribed by Cathy Joynt Labath and are on the ‘A Little Bit of Ireland’ section of her Celtic Cousins web site

1640 Irish Papist Proprietors, Galway town, History of the town and county of Galway to 1820, Hardiman, Galway, 1958

1641-1703 Book of Survey and Distribution, NLI Ms 969

1657 English Protestant Proprietors, Galway town, History of the town and county of Galway to 1820, Galway, 1958

1680-1720 Killaloe Marriage Licence Bonds. Fitzgerald, R.T. D., The Irish Genealogist, 1974-79 Vol. V

1727 A Galway election list. Journal of the Galway Archaeological & Historical Society, 1976. Also available on line at: Galway Election List of 1727 on Cathy Joynt Labath’s ‘A Little Bit of Ireland’ web site

1749 Ahascra, Athleague, Ballynakill, Drimatemple, Dunamon, Kilbegnet, Killian, Killosolan, NAI MFS 6, LDS film 101781
Ballynakill, Dunamon and Kilbegnet

1776-1845: Killaloe Marriage Licence Grants. McAuliffe, E.J The Irish Genealogist, 1974-79, Vol. V., p. 710

1791 Survey of Loughrea town (occupiers). JGAHS, Vol. 24, No, 3

1794 Catholic Freemen of Galway town. JGAHS, Vol. 9, No.1

1798 Convicted Rebels from Galway. JGAHS, Vol. 23, No.1

1798 Persons who suffered losses in the 1798 rebellion, propertied classes only, NLI I 94107

1806-1810 Catholic householders, Killalaghten; In the Catholic parish registers of Cappataggle, NLI Pos. 2431

1821 Parishes of Aran, Athenry, Kilcomeen, Kiltallagh, Killimore, Kilconickny, Kilreekill. NAI CEN 1821/18-25, LDS film 597734, also Loughrea (fragments), GO Ms 622, pp. 53 ff

1823-38 Tithe Books
1833 Tithes Kilbegnet

1827 Protestants in Aughrim parish, NAI M 5359

1834 List of parishioners, Kinvara and Killina, NL Pos, 2442 – also on-line at Kinvara, on Cathy Joynt Labath’s ‘A Little Bit of Ireland’ website

1837 Valuation of towns returning MPs (occupants and property values): Galway. Parliamentary Papers 1837; Reports from Committees, Vol. II (i), Appendix G

1841 Census Fragments, for Loughrea town, NAI M 150(2), also GO 622, pp. 53 ff May be on the 1841/1851 Irish census cd at: Genealogical.com

1848-1852 Ahascra assisted passages, AH, Vol. 22, 1960

1850-1859 Emigrants to Australia and the US from the parish of Kilchreest, with some from the parishes of Killogilleen, Killinane, Killora, Kilthomas and Isertkelly, GO Ms 622. Also published in the Journal of the Galway Family History Society

1851 Census Fragments, for Loughrea town, NAI M 150

c.1855 Griffith’s Valuation
Creggs Civil Parish: Ballynakill, Dunamon, Kilbegnet

Beagh parish – Cathy Joynt Labaths web site

1901 Census

Cargin – Wilmington’s Irish Roots web site

1911 Census

LOCAL HISTORY
Haddon, A. C., Professor, ‘The Ethnography of the Aran Islands’, Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy RIA, 3rd Ser., Vol. 2, 1891-3, 827-9

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