1901 Census, Ireland

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
    Young Sarah
  • Townland
    Clyde St.
  • District
  • Age
  • Job
  • Education
  • Birth place
  • Census
  • County
    Belfast City
  • Note
    Civil Parish of Knockbreda. Castlereagh, Upper - Castlereagh No. 1. National Archives, Dublin : 1901 Census of County Down, film reference : 25/1-34 : MFGS 8/19-20. LDS Library : Film numbers 829087/829088.

    A Methodist Church, a Presbyterian Church, an Orange Hall, a Shirt Factory and a Billiard Hall were on Albertbridge Road, Mount Pottinger National School was also on Albertbridge Road, also a Pawn Office. There wasBone Manure ?Manufactory on Short Strand also a Carrier's Yard. A School, a Rope Works, and a Field Works, a Builder's Yard on Madrid street, a Cooper's Yardand a Forge, a Cart & Lorry Works on Baltic street. Mount Pottinger Road had a Dairy, an Iron Foundry, a Plasterer's Yard, a Manure & Felt Works, a Soap Works, an R.I.C. Barrack's, a Y.M.C.A (Young Men's Catholic Association) Hall and a Pawnbrokers Shop. There was an Independent Church on Thompson street. A Salvation Army Hall was to be found on Lisbon street.