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page=gs& Filter for Ireland Cemetery records, transcribed by volunteers and searchable by country, are to be found on the IGP website Printed resources: Mitchell, Brian The 19 censuses are the only complete surviving census records for the pre-Independence period.Fragments survive for 1821 – 1851 for some counties, as follows: Antrim, 1851; Belfast city (one ward only), 1851; Cavan, 18; Cork, 1841; Dublin city (index to heads of household only), 1851; Fermanagh, 1821, 18; Galway, 1813 (numerical returns for Longford barony) and 1821; King’s County (Offaly), 1821; Londonderry (Derry), 1831 – 34; Meath, 1821; Waterford, 1841.
long and 160 broad, and containing 19,436,000 acres divided up into 4 provinces; Ulster N, Leinster E, Munster S, and Connaught to the W, and subdivided into 32 counties. The climate is in general more temperate than that of other countries in the same latitude; at the same time it is much more inclined to moisture ...A remarkable feature of this country is the extensive bogs, estimated at 2,330,000 English acres.Corn, hemp, and flax are produced in great plenty; beef and butter are exported; and hides, wool, tallow, wood, salt, honey, and wax, are articles of commerce. The principal manufacture is fine linen cloth, which is brought to great perfection, and the trade in it is very great.Index and images are available on the National Archives of Ireland website: and Findmypast: https://search.findmypast.ie/search-world-Records/ireland-census-search-forms-1841-and-1851 (subscription) The indexes with a link to images on the National Archives of Ireland website are available on Familysearch https:// (free) Index with images of transcriptions on Ancestry: https://search.uk/search/db.aspx?dbid=48493 Various local indices and transcriptions have been produced by volunteers.