1901 Census, Co. Kilkenny

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
    Anastatia St. John
  • Townland
    Rossaneny Reade
  • District
  • Age
  • Job
  • Education
  • Birth place
  • Census
  • County
  • Note
    The 1901 census Film reference for Killamery Civil Parish is DED 8 & 11-12/4(NAI) ; MFGS 14/2 & 14/3 ; LDS 840940 & 840941. There was a Protestant Church in Killamery. The United Irish League office was in Windgap village. There was a forge in Garryricken and a Co-Operative Creamery in Coolhll Upper. The R.I.C. Barrack was in Garranmachenry. The townland of Pollagh was un-occupied.