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Area, houses, and population, Vol. III, Ireland, 1891

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(Page 1, Page 1) Title page & contents
(166 pages)Contract subtree County of Antrim
(Pages 3-8) Title page, note, contents & summary
(Pages 9-55)Contract subtree Area, houses, and population
(Page 9) I. Area, houses, and population of the county of Antrim in 1891
(Page 9) II. Comparative view of houses and population at each of the eight censuses from 1821 to 1891
(Page 9) III. Area, houses, and population in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, of each barony, also the general valuation in 1891
(Page 10) IV. Area, houses, and population of petty sessions districts, with the number of constabulary barracks and constabulary in each in 1891
(Page 10) V. Area, houses, and population of parliamentary divisions, parliamentary and municipal boroughs, townships, and towns of 2, 000 inhabitants and upwards, together with the number of electors in each parliamentary division in 1891
(Pages 11-14) VI. Showing, by poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), dispensary (or registrars') districts, and electoral divisions, comprised within registrars' districts, the area in 1891 houses in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891 and population in 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Pages 15-54)Contract subtree VII. Area, houses, out-offices and farm steadings, and population, together with the valuation of each barony, parish, townland, and township in 1891
(Pages 15-17) Antrim, Lower
(Pages 17-19) Antrim, Upper
(Pages 19-22) Belfast, Lower
(Pages 23-24) Belfast, Upper
(Pages 29-32) Dunluce, Lower
(Pages 32-36) Dunluce, Upper
(Pages 36-40) Glenarm, Lower
(Pages 40-41) Glenarm, Upper
(Pages 41-44) Kilconway
(Pages 44-45) Massereene, Lower
(Pages 45-48) Massereene, Upper
(Pages 49-50) Toome, Lower
(Pages 50-53) Toome, Upper
(Page 53) Belfast city, part of
(Page 54) Carrickfergus, county of the town
(Page 54) VIII. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation, county Antrim (exclusive of city of Belfast, part of, and county of the town of Carrickfergus)
(Page 55) VIII. a. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation, county Antrim, City of Belfast (part of)
(Page 55) VIII. b. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation, County of the town of Carrickfergus
(Pages 56-57)Contract subtree Miscellaneous tables
(Page 56) IX. Number of persons in workhouses, hospitals, lunatic asylums, prisons, and military barracks, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 56) X. Showing the number of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, paupers, the sick, and prisoners in pour law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) in 1891
(Page 57) XI. Showing the number of vessels and of persons on board, in harbours, rivers, lakes, creeks, canals, &c., on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 57) XII. Showing the number of marriages, births, and deaths registered in each of the poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), in the ten years from 1st April, 1881, to 31st March, 1891; the increase or decrease of population in the interval between the censuses of 1881 and 1891, and the excess of registered births over deaths
(Pages 58-61)Contract subtree Ages of the people
(Pages 58-60) XIII. Ages of persons in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) and dispensary (or registrars') districts, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 61) XIV. Number of children at each year of ago under five, in poor law unions or superintendent registrars' districts
(Page 61) XV. Ages of persons in the principal towns
(Pages 62-64)Contract subtree Civil or conjugal condition of the people
(Page 62) XVI. Ages of husbands and their wives in combination (county at large)
(Page 62) XVI. a. Ages of husbands and their wives in combination (county of Antrim, exclusive of Belfast)
(Pages 63-64) XVII. Numbers and ages of unmarried, married, and widowed persons, in each poor law union (or superintendent registrar's district) on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Pages 65-111)Contract subtree Occupations of the people
(Pages 65-66) XVIII. Occupations of males and females, distinguishing those under 20 years of age from those of 20 years and upwards
(Pages 67-68) XVIII. a. Occupations of males and females, distinguishing those under 20 years of age from those of 20 years and upwards in the city of Belfast (part of)
(Pages 69-80) XIX. Occupations of males and females by ages, education, religious professions, and sexes, (county of Antrim, exclusive of Belfast)
(Pages 81-93) XIX. a. Occupations of males and females by ages, education, religious professions, and sexes in the city of Belfast (part of)
(Pages 94-102) XX. Occupations of males and females, aged 20 years and upwards, in each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Pages 103-110) XXI. Occupations of males and females under 20, and 20 years and upwards, in the principal towns
(Page 111) XXII. Occupiers of land engaged in other pursuits besides farming
(Pages 112-114)Contract subtree Birthplaces of the people
(Pages 112-113) XXIII. Showing the birthplaces of the inhabitants of each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Page 114) XXIV. Showing the birthplaces of the persons enumerated in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, together with, the respective per-centages to the total population
(Pages 115-116)Contract subtree Foreigners
(Page 115) XXV. Showing the ages of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Antrim in 1891
(Page 116) XXVI. Showing the occupations of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Antrim in 1891
(Page 117)Contract subtree Blind, deaf and dumb, &c
(Page 117) XXVII. Number and ages of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, inmates of workhouses, patients in hospitals, &c
(Pages 118-120)Contract subtree Religious professions of the people
(Page 118) XXVIII. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants, and number of families, in each parish, (county of Antrim, exclusive of Carrickfergus)
(Page 119) XXVIII. a. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants, and number of families, in each parish, (county of the town of Carrickfergus)
(Page 120) XXIX. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants of parliamentary divisions, parliamentary and municipal boroughs, townships, and principal towns, and the number of families in each
(Pages 120-140)Contract subtree Religious professions and education of the people
(Pages 120-126) XXX. Showing, by parishes, the population according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education (county of Antrim, exclusive of Carrickfergus)
(Page 127) XXX. a. Showing, by parishes, the population according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education (County of the town of Carrickfergus)
(Pages 127-128) XXXI. Population of the parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns on the night of the 5th of April, 1891, according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Pages 129-132) XXXII. Showing, by parishes, the population five years of age and upwards, in 1891, according to religious professions and sexes; also the number and proportion per cent. of these who were illiterate (county of Antrim, exclusive of Carrickfergus)
(Page 133) XXXII. a. Showing, by parishes, the population five years of age and upwards, in 1891, according to religious professions and sexes; also the number and proportion per cent. of these who were illiterate (County of the town of Carrickfergus)
(Page 133) XXXIII. Comparative view of the number and per-centage of persons belonging to each religious profession at the census periods of 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891; also of the number and per-centage of persons five years of age and upwards who were illiterate
(Page 134) XXXIV. Number and ages of persons who spoke Irish only, and of persons who spoke Irish and English, in each barony, in 1891; also the number and ages of the persons who spoke Irish only, and of those who spoke Irish and English in 1881
(Pages 134-137) XXXV. Showing, by parishes, the number of educational establishments primary and superior and also the number, ages, and religious professions of the pupils and students, distinguishing resident from non-resident, in attendance thereat, during the week ending the 30th of May, 1891
(Page 138) XXXVI. Summary of educational establishments, county of Antrim, exclusive of Belfast and county of the town of Carrickfergus
(Page 138) XXXVI. a. Summary of educational establishments, county of the town of Carrickfergus
(Page 139) XXXVII. Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891 (county of Antrim, exclusive of the city of Belfast, part of, and the county of the town of Carrickfergus)
(Page 139) XXXVII. a. Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891 (county of the town of Carrickfergus)
(Page 140) XXXVII. b. Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891 (county of Antrim at large)
(Page 140)Contract subtree Emigration
(Page 140) XXXVIII. Emigration from the county of Antrim during each year, from the 1st of May, 1851, to the 31st of March, 1891
(Pages 141-167)Contract subtree Appendix. Area, houses, population, &c., in the city of Belfast
(Pages 141-142)Contract subtree Area, houses, and population
(Page 141) Comparative view of houses and population at each of the seven censuses from 1823 to 1891
(Page 141) Showing by wards, the houses and the population in 1881 and 1891
(Page 141) Showing by classes, the number of inhabited houses in 1891, with the number of families residing in each, also the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation
(Page 142) Showing the number of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, paupers, the sick, and prisoners in 1891
(Page 142) Showing the number of vessels and of persons on board, in harbours, rivers, lakes, creeks, canals, &c., on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 142)Contract subtree Ages of the people
(Page 142) Number of children at each year of age under five
(Page 142) Ages of persons
(Page 143)Contract subtree Civil or conjugal condition of the people
(Page 143) Ages of husbands and their wives, in combination
(Page 143) XVII. Numbers and ages of unmarried, married, and widowed persons in each poor law union (or superintendent registrar's district) on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Pages 144-159)Contract subtree Occupations of the people
(Pages 144-145) Occupations of males and females, distinguishing those under 20 years of age from those of 20 years and upwards
(Pages 146-159) Occupations of males and females by ages, education, religious professions, and sexes
(Pages 159-160)Contract subtree Birthplaces of the people
(Pages 159-160) Showing the birthplaces of the inhabitants
(Page 160) Showing the birthplaces of the persons enumerated in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, together with the respective per-centages to the total population
(Pages 161-162)Contract subtree Foreigners
(Page 161) Showing the ages of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the city of Belfast in 1891
(Pages 161-162) Showing the occupations of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the city of Belfast in 1891
(Pages 162-163)Contract subtree Blind, deaf and dumb, &c
(Pages 162-163) Number and ages of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, inmates of workhouses, patients in hospitals, &c
(Page 164)Contract subtree Religious professions of the people
(Page 164) Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants, and number of families, in each parish
(Pages 164-167)Contract subtree Religious professions and education of the people
(Pages 164-165) Showing by parishes, the population according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Page 165) Showing by parishes, the population five years of age and upwards, in 1891, according to religious professions and sexes; also the number and proportion per cent. of these who were illiterate
(Page 165) Comparative view of the number and per-centage of persons belonging to each religious profession at the census periods of 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891; also of the number and per-centage of persons five years of age and upwards who were illiterate
(Pages 166-167) Showing by parishes, the number of educational establishments primary and superior and also the number, ages, and religious professions of the pupils and students, distinguishing resident from non-resident, in attendance thereat, during the week ending 30th May, 1891
(Page 167) Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891
(82 pages)Contract subtree County of Armagh
(Pages 169-172) Title page & contents
(Pages 173-174) Summary
(Pages 175-200)Contract subtree Area, houses, and population
(Page 175) I. Area, houses, and population of the county of Armagh in 1891
(Page 175) II. Comparative view of houses and population at each of the eight censuses from 1821 to 1891
(Page 175) III. Area, houses, and population in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, of each barony, also the general valuation in 1891
(Page 176) IV. Area, houses, and population of petty sessions districts, with the number of constabulary barracks and constabulary in each, in 1891
(Page 176) V. Area, houses, and population of parliamentary divisions; parliamentary and municipal boroughs; townships; and towns of 2, 000 inhabitants and upwards; together with the number of electors in each parliamentary division in 1891
(Pages 176-178) VI. Showing, by poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), dispensary (or registrars') districts, and electoral divisions, comprised within registrars' districts, the area in 1891 houses in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891 and population in 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Pages 179-200)Contract subtree VII. Area, houses, out-offices and farm-steadings, and population, together with the valuation of each barony, parish, townland, and township in 1891
(Pages 179-182) Armagh
(Pages 182-184) Fews, Lower
(Pages 184-186) Fews, Upper
(Pages 187-188) Oneilland, East
(Pages 188-193) Oneilland, West
(Pages 193-195) Orior, Lower
(Pages 195-198) Orior, Upper
(Pages 198-200) Tiranny
(Page 200) VIII. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation
(Pages 201-202)Contract subtree Miscellaneous tables
(Page 201) IX. Number of persona in workhouses, hospitals, lunatic asylums, prisons, and military barracks, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 202) X. Showing the number of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, paupers, the sick, and prisoners in poor law unions (or superintendent; registrars' districts) in 1891
(Page 202) XI. Showing the number of vessels and of persons on board, in harbours, rivers, lakes, creeks, canals, &c., on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 202) XII. Showing the number of marriages, births, and deaths registered in each of the poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), in the ten years from 1st April, 1881, to 31st March, 1891; the increase or decrease of population in the interval between the censuses of 1881 and 1891, and the excess of registered births over deaths
(Pages 203-205)Contract subtree Ages of the people
(Page 203) XIII. Ages of persons in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), and dispensary (or registrars') districts, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 204) XIV. Number of children at each year of age under five, in poor law unions or superintendent registrars' districts
(Page 205) XV. Ages of persons in the principal towns
(Pages 205-206)Contract subtree Civil or conjugal condition of the people
(Page 205) XVI. Ages of husbands and their wives, in combination
(Page 206) XVII. Numbers and ages of unmarried, married, and widowed persons in each poor law union (or superintendent registrar's district) on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Pages 207-234)Contract subtree Occupations of the people
(Pages 207-208) XVIII. Occupations of males and females, distinguishing those under 20 years of age from those of 20 years and upwards
(Pages 209-218) XIX. Occupations of males and females by ages, education, religious professions, and sexes
(Pages 219-225) XX. Occupations of males and females, aged 20 years and upwards, in each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Pages 226-233) XXI. Occupations of males and females under 20, and 20 years and upwards, in the principal towns
(Page 234) XXII. Occupiers of land engaged in other pursuits besides farming
(Pages 235-236)Contract subtree Birthplaces of the people
(Page 235) XXIII. Showing the birthplaces of the inhabitants of each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Page 236) XXIV. Showing the birthplaces of the persons enumerated in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, together with the respective per-centages to the total population
(Page 237)Contract subtree Foreigners
(Page 237) XXV. Showing the ages of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Armagh in 1891
(Page 237) XXVI. Showing the occupations of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Armagh in 1891
(Page 238)Contract subtree Blind, deaf and dumb, &c
(Page 238) XXVII. Number and ages of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, inmates of workhouses, patients in hospitals, &c
(Page 239)Contract subtree Religious professions of the people
(Page 239) XXVIII. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants, and number of families, in each parish
(Page 239) XXIX. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants of parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns, and the number of families in each
(Pages 240-248)Contract subtree Religious professions and education of the people
(Pages 240-241) XXX. Showing by parishes, the population according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Page 242) XXXI. Population of the parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns on the night of the 5th of April, 1891, according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Pages 243-244) XXXII. Showing by parishes, the population five years of age and upwards, in 1891, according to religious professions and sexes; also the number and proportion per cent. of these who were illiterate
(Page 245) XXXIII. Comparative view of the number and per-centage of persons belonging to each religious profession at the census periods of 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891; also of the number and per-centage of persons five years of age and upwards who were illiterate
(Page 245) XXXIV. Number and ages of persons who spoke Irish only, and of persons who spoke Irish and English, in each barony in 1891; also the number and ages of the persons who spoke Irish only, and of those who spoke Irish and English in 1881
(Pages 246-247) XXXV. Showing by parishes, the number of educational establishments primary and superior and also the number, ages, and religious professions of the pupils and students, distinguishing resident from non-resident, in attendance thereat, during the week ending 30th May, 1891
(Page 248) XXXVI. Summary of educational establishments
(Page 248) XXXVII. Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Page 249)Contract subtree Emigration
(Page 249) XXXVIII. Emigration from the county of Armagh during each year, from the 1st of May, 1851, to the 31st of March, 1891
(94 pages)Contract subtree County of Cavan
(Pages 251-254) Title page & contents
(Pages 255-256) Summary
(Pages 257-301)Contract subtree Area, houses, and population
(Page 257) I. Area, houses, and population of the county of Cavan in 1891
(Page 257) II. Comparative view of houses and population at each of the eight censuses from 1821 to 1891
(Page 257) III. Area, houses, and population in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, of each barony, also the general valuation in 1891
(Page 258) IV. Area, houses, and population of petty seasons districts, with the number of constabulary barracks and constabulary in each in 1891
(Page 258) V. Area, houses, and population of parliamentary divisions; municipal boroughs; townships; and towns of 2, 000 inhabitants and upwards; together with the number of electors in each parliamentary division in 1891
(Pages 258-261) VI. Showing, by poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), dispensary (or registrars') districts, and electoral divisions, comprised within registrars' districts, the area in 1891 houses in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891 and population in 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Pages 262-301)Contract subtree VII. Area, houses, out-offices and farm steadings, and population, together with the valuation of each parish, townland, and township in 1891
(Pages 262-266) Castlerahan
(Pages 267-271) Clankee
(Pages 271-275) Clanmahon
(Pages 276-279) Loughtee, Lower
(Pages 279-285) Loughtee, Upper
(Pages 286-291) Tullygarvey
(Pages 291-297) Tullyhaw
(Pages 297-301) Tulluhunoo
(Page 301) VIII. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation
(Pages 302-303)Contract subtree Miscellaneous tables
(Page 302) IX. Number of persons in workhouses, hospitals, lunatic asylums, prisons, military barracks, &c., on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 303) X. Showing the number of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, paupers, the sick, and prisoners in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) in 1891
(Page 303) XI. Showing the number of vessels and of persons on board, in harbours, rivers, lakes, creeks, canals, &c., on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 303) XII. Showing the number of marriages, births, and deaths registered in each of the poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) in the ten years from 1st April, 1881, to 31st March, 1891; the increase or decrease of population in the interval between the censuses of 1881 and 1891, and the excess of registered births over deaths
(Pages 304-306)Contract subtree Ages of the people
(Pages 304-305) XIII. Ages of persons in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) and dispensary (or registrars') districts, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 306) XIV. Number of children at each year of age under five, in poor law unions or superintendent registrars' districts
(Page 306) XV. Ages of persona in the principal towns
(Pages 307-308)Contract subtree Civil or conjugal condition of the people
(Page 307) XVI. Ages of husbands and their wives, in combination
(Pages 307-308) XVII. Numbers and ages of unmarried, married, and widowed persons in each poor law union (or superintendent registrar's district) on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Pages 309-329)Contract subtree Occupations of the people
(Pages 309-310) XVIII. Occupations of males and females, distinguishing those under 20 years of age from those of 20 years and upwards
(Pages 311-319) XIX. Occupations of males and females by ages, education, religious professions, and sexes
(Pages 320-325) XX. Occupations of males and females, aged 20 years and upwards, in each poor law union, or superintendent registrar's district
(Pages 326-328) XXI. Occupations of males and females under 20, and 20 years and upwards, in the principal towns
(Page 329) XXII. Occupiers of land engaged in other pursuits besides farming
(Pages 330-331)Contract subtree Birthplaces of the people
(Page 330) XXIII. Showing the birthplaces of the inhabitants of each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Page 331) XXIV. Showing the birthplaces of the persons enumerated in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, together with the respective per-centages to the total population
(Pages 332-333)Contract subtree Foreigners
(Page 332) XXV. Showing the ages of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Cavan in 1891
(Pages 332-333) XXVI. Showing the occupations of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Cavan in 1891
(Page 333)Contract subtree Blind, deaf and dumb, &c
(Page 333) XXVII. Number and ages of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, inmates of workhouses, patients in hospitals, &c
(Page 334)Contract subtree Religious professions of the people
(Page 334) XXVIII. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants, and number of families, in each parish
(Page 334) XXIX. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants of parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns, and the number of families in each
(Pages 335-344)Contract subtree Religious professions and education of the people
(Pages 335-336) XXX. Showing by parishes, the population according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Page 338) XXXI. Population of the parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns on the night of the 5th of April, 1891, according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Pages 338-339) XXXII. Showing by parishes, the population five years of age and upwards, in 1891, according to religious professions and sexes; also the number and proportion per cent. of these who were illiterate
(Page 340) XXXIII. Comparative view of the number and per-centage of persons belonging to each religious profession at the census periods of 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891; also of the number and per-centage of persons five years of age and upwards who were illiterate
(Page 341) XXXIV. Number and ages of persons who spoke Irish only, and of persons who spoke Irish and English, in each barony in 1891; also the number and ages of the persons who spoke Irish only, and of those who spoke Irish and English in 1881
(Pages 341-342) XXXV. Showing by parishes, the number of educational establishments primary and superior and also the number, ages, and religious professions of the pupils and students, distinguishing resident from non-resident, in attendance thereat, during the week ending, 30th May, 1891
(Page 343) XXXVI. Summary of educational establishments
(Page 344) XXXVII. Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Page 344)Contract subtree Emigration
(Page 344) XXXVIII. Emigration from the county of Cavan during each year, from the 1st of May, 1851, to the 31st of March, 1891
(122 pages)Contract subtree County of Donegal
(Pages 345-350) Title page & contents
(Pages 351-352) Summary
(Pages 353-415)Contract subtree Area, houses, and population
(Page 353) I. Area, houses, and population of the county of Donegal in 1891
(Page 353) II. Comparative view of houses and population at each of the eight censuses from 1821 to 1891
(Page 353) III. Area, houses, and population in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, of each barony, also the general valuation in 1891
(Page 354) IV. Area, houses, and population of petty sessions districts, with the number of constabulary barracks and constabulary in each, in 1891
(Page 354) V. Area, houses, and population of parliamentary divisions; municipal boroughs; townships; and towns of 2, 000 inhabitants and upwards; together with the number of electors in each parliamentary division in 1891
(Pages 354-359) VI. Showing, by poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), dispensary (or registrars') districts, and electoral divisions, comprised within registrars' districts, the area in 1891 houses in l841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891 and population in 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Pages 359-414)Contract subtree VII. Area, houses, out-offices and farm-steadings, and population, together with the valuation of each barony, parish, townland, and township in 1891
(Pages 359-367) Banagh
(Pages 368-373) Boylagh
(Pages 373-377) Inishowen, East
(Pages 377-380) Inishowen, West
(Pages 380-394) Kilmacrenan
(Pages 394-402) Raphoe, North
(Pages 402-408) Raphoe, South
(Pages 408-414) Tirhugh
(Page 415) VIII. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation
(Pages 416-417)Contract subtree Miscellaneous tables
(Page 416) IX. Number of persons in workhouses, hospitals, lunatic asylums, prisons, and military barracks, on the night of the 8th of April, 1891
(Page 416) X. Showing the number of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, paupers, the sick, and prisoners in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) in 1891
(Page 417) XI. Showing the number of vessels and of persons on board, in harbours, rivers, lakes, creeks, canals, &c., on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 417) XII. Showing the number of marriages, births, and deaths registered in each of the poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), in the ten years from 1st April, 1881, to 31st March, 1891; the increase or decrease of population in the interval between the censuses of 1881 and 1891, and the excess of registered births over deaths
(Pages 418-420)Contract subtree Ages of the people
(Page 418) XIII. Ages of persons in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), and dispensary (or registrars') districts, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 419) XIV. Number of children at each year of age under five, in poor law unions or superintendent registrars' districts
(Page 420) XV. Ages of persons in the principal towns
(Pages 420-422)Contract subtree Civil or conjugal condition of the people
(Page 420) XVI. Ages of husbands and their wives, in combination
(Pages 421-422) XVII. Numbers and ages of unmarried, married, and widowed persons in each poor law union (or superintendent registrar's district) on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Pages 423-445)Contract subtree Occupations of the people
(Pages 423-424) XVIII. Occupations of males and females, distinguishing those under 20 years of age from those of 20 years and upwards
(Pages 425-434) XIX. Occupations of males and females by ages, education, religious professions, and sexes
(Pages 435-440) XX. Occupations of males and females, aged 20 years and upwards, in each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Pages 441-444) XXI Occupations of males and females under 20, and 20 years and upwards, in the principal towns
(Page 445) XXII. Occupiers of land engaged in other pursuits besides farming
(Pages 446-448)Contract subtree Birthplaces of the people
(Pages 446-447) XXIII. Showing the birthplaces of the inhabitants of each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Page 448) XXIV. Showing the birthplaces of the persons enumerated in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, together with the respective per-centages to the total population
(Pages 449-450)Contract subtree Foreigners
(Page 449) XXV. Showing the ages of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Donegal in 1891
(Page 450) XXVI. Showing the occupations of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Donegal in 1891
(Page 450)Contract subtree Blind, deaf and dumb, &c
(Page 450) XXVII. Number and ages of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, inmates of workhouses, patients in hospitals, &c
(Pages 451-452)Contract subtree Religious professions of the people
(Page 451) XXVIII. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants, and number of families, in each parish
(Page 452) XXIX. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants of parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns, and the number of families in each
(Pages 453-464)Contract subtree Religious professions and education of the people
(Pages 453-456) XXX. Showing by parishes, the population according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Page 457) XXXI. Population of the parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns on the night of the 5th of April, 1891, according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Pages 458-459) XXXII. Showing by parishes, the population five years of age and upwards, in 1891, according to religious professions and sexes; also the number and proportion per cent. of these who were illiterate
(Page 460) XXXIII. Comparative view of the number and per-centage of persons belonging to each religious profession at the census periods of 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891; also of the number and per-centage of persons five tears of age and upwards who were illiterate
(Page 461) XXXIV. Number and ages of persons who spoke Irish only, and of persons who spoke Irish arid English, in each barony in 1891; also the number and ages of the persons who spoke Irish only, and of those who spoke Irish and English in 1881
(Pages 461-463) XXXV. Showing by parishes, the number of educational establishments primary and superior and also the number, ages, and religious professions of the pupils and students, distinguishing resident from non-resident, in attendance thereat, during the week ending 30th May, 1891
(Page 464) XXXVI. Summary of educational establishments
(Page 464) XXXVII. Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Page 465)Contract subtree Emigration
(Page 465) XXXVIII. Emigration from the county of Donegal during each year, from the 1st of May, 1851, to the 31st of March, 1891
(112 pages)Contract subtree County of Down
(Pages 467-470) Title page & contents
(Pages 471-472) Summary
(Pages 473-512)Contract subtree Area, houses, and population
(Page 473) I. Area, houses, and population of the county of Down in 1891
(Page 473) II. Comparative view of houses and population at each of the eight censuses from 1821 to 1891
(Page 473) III. Area, houses, and population in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, of each barony, also the general valuation in 1891
(Page 474) IV. Area, houses, and population of petty sessions districts, with the number of constabulary barracks and constabulary in each, in 1891
(Page 475) V. Area, houses, and population of parliamentary divisions; parliamentary and municipal boroughs; townships; and towns of 2, 000 inhabitants and upwards; together with the number of electors in each parliamentary division in 1891
(Pages 475-479) VI. Showing, by poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), dispensary (or registrars') districts, and electoral divisions, comprised within registrars' districts, the area in 1891 houses in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891 and population in 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Pages 479-511)Contract subtree VII. Area, houses, out-offices and farm-steadings, and population, together with the valuation of each barony, parish, townland, and township in 1891
(Pages 479-481) Ards, Lower
(Pages 482-484) Ards, Upper
(Pages 484-487) Castlereagh, Lower
(Pages 488-490) Castlereagh, Upper
(Pages 490-491) Dufferin
(Pages 491-493) Iveagh Lower, lower half
(Pages 493-496) Iveagh Lower, upper half
(Pages 496-499) Iveagh Upper, lower half
(Pages 499-502) Iveagh Upper, upper half
(Pages 502-504) Kinelarty
(Pages 504-507) Lecale, Lower
(Pages 507-509) Lecale, Upper
(Page 509) Lordship of Newry
(Pages 509-511) Mourne
(Page 511) Belfast city, part of
(Page 511) VIII. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation
(Page 512) VIII. a. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation
(Pages 512-513)Contract subtree Miscellaneous tables
(Page 512) IX. Number of persons in workhouses, hospitals, lunatic asylums, prisons, and military barracks, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 513) X. Showing the number of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, paupers, the sick, and prisoners in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) in 1891
(Page 513) XI. Showing the number of vessels and of persons on board, in harbours, rivers, lakes, creeks, canals, &c., on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 513) XII. Showing the number of marriages, births, and deaths registered in each of the poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), in the ten years from 1st April, 1881, to 31st March, 1891; the increase or decrease of population in the interval between the censuses of 1881 and 1891, and the excess of registered births over deaths
(Pages 514-517)Contract subtree Ages of the people
(Pages 514-515) XIII. Ages of persons in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), and dispensary (or registrars') districts, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 516) XIV. Number of children at each year of age under five, in poor law unions or superintendent registrars' districts
(Page 517) XV. Ages of persons in the principal towns
(Pages 517-518)Contract subtree Civil or conjugal condition of the people
(Page 517) XVI. Ages of husbands and their wives, in combination
(Page 518) XVII. Numbers and ages of unmarried, married, and widowed persons in each poor law union (or superintendent registrar's district) on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Pages 519-553)Contract subtree Occupations of the people
(Pages 519-520) XVIII. Occupations of males and females, distinguishing those under 20 years of age from those of 20 years and upwards
(Pages 521-532) XIX. Occupations of males and females by ages, education, religious professions, and sexes
(Pages 533-540) XX. Occupations of males and females, aged 20 years and upwards, in each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Pages 541-552) XXI. Occupations of males and females under 20, and 20 years and upwards, in the principal towns
(Page 553) XXII. Occupiers of land engaged in other pursuits besides farming
(Pages 552-556)Contract subtree Birthplaces of the people
(Pages 552-555) XXIII. Showing the birthplaces of the inhabitants of each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Page 556) XXIV. Showing the birthplaces of the persons enumerated in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, together with the respective per-centages to the total population
(Pages 556-557)Contract subtree Foreigners
(Page 556) XXV. Showing the ages of persons horn in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Down in 1891
(Page 557) XXVI. Showing the occupations of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Down in 1891
(Page 557)Contract subtree Blind, deaf and dumb, &c
(Page 557) XXVII. Number and ages of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, inmates of workhouses, patients in hospitals, &c
(Pages 558-560)Contract subtree Religious professions of the people
(Pages 558-559) XXVIII. Religions professions and sexes of the inhabitants, and number of families, in each parish
(Page 560) XXIX. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants of parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns, and the number of families in each
(Pages 560-577)Contract subtree Religions professions and education of the people
(Pages 560-566) XXX. Showing by parishes, the population according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Page 567) XXXI. Population of the parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns on the night of the 5th of April, 1891, according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Pages 568-571) XXXII. Showing by parishes, the population five years of age and upwards, in 1891, according to religious professions and sexes; also the number and proportion per cent. of these who were illiterate
(Page 572) XXXIII. Comparative view of the number and per-centage of persons belonging to each religious profession at the census periods of 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891; also of the number and per-centage of persons five years of age and upwards who were illiterate
(Page 572) XXXIV. Number and ages of persons who spoke Irish only, and of persons who spoke Irish and English, in each barony in 1891; also the number and ages of the persons who spoke Irish only, and of those who spoke Irish and English in 1881
(Pages 573-575) XXXV. Showing by parishes, the number of educational establishments primary and superior and also the number, ages, and religious professions of the pupils and students, distinguishing resident from non-resident, in attendance thereat, during the week ending 30th May, 1891
(Page 576) XXXVI. Summary of educational establishments
(Page 577) XXXVII. Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in the county (exclusive of the borough of Belfast, part of), in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Page 577) XXXVII. a. Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in the county (including the borough of Belfast, part of), in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Page 578)Contract subtree Emigration
(Page 578) XXXVIII. Emigration from the county of Down during each year, from the 1st of May, 1851, to the 31st of March, 1891
(94 pages)Contract subtree County of Fermanagh
(Pages 579-582) Title page & contents
(Pages 583-584) Summary
(Pages 585-632)Contract subtree Area, houses, and population
(Page 585) I. Area, houses, and population of the county of Fermanagh in 1891
(Page 585) II. Comparative view of houses and population at each of the eight censuses from 1821 to 1891
(Page 585) III. Area, houses, and population in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 189l, of each barony, also the general valuation in 1891
(Page 586) IV. Area, houses, and population of petty sessions districts, with the number of constabulary barracks and constabulary in each in 1891
(Page 586) V. Area, houses, and population of parliamentary divisions; municipal boroughs; townships; and towns of 2, 000 inhabitants and upwards; together with the number of electors in each parliamentary division in 1891
(Pages 586-589) VI. Showing, by poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), dispensary (or registrars') districts and electoral divisions, comprised within registrars' districts, the area in 1891 houses in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891 and population in 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Pages 589-632)Contract subtree VII. Area, houses, out-offices and farm steadings, and population, together with the valuation of each parish, townland, and township in 1891
(Pages 589-596) Clanawley
(Pages 596-601) Clankelly
(Pages 603-606) Knockninny
(Pages 614-620) Magheraboy
(Pages 620-627) Magherastephana
(Pages 627-632) Tirkennedy
(Page 632) VIII. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation
(Pages 633-634)Contract subtree Miscellaneous tables
(Page 633) IX. Number of persons in workhouses, hospitals, lunatic asylums, prisons, military barracks, &c., on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 634) X. Showing the number of the blind, death and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, paupers, the sick, and prisoners in poor law unions (or superintendent; registrars' districts) in 1891
(Page 634) XI. Showing the number of vessels and of persons on board, in harbours, rivers, lakes, creeks, canals, &c., on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 634) XII. Showing the number of marriages, births, and deaths, registered in each of the poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) in the ten years from 1st April, 1881, to 31st March, 1891; the increase or decrease of population in the interval between the censuses of 1881 and 1891, and the excess of registered births over deaths
(Pages 635-637)Contract subtree Ages of the people
(Page 635) XIII. Ages of persons in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) and dispensary (or registrars') districts, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 636) XIV. Number of children at each year of ago under five, in poor law unions or superintendent registrars' districts
(Page 637) XV. Ages of persons in the principal towns
(Pages 637-638)Contract subtree Civil or conjugal condition of the people
(Page 637) XVI. Ages of husbands and their wives, in combination
(Page 638) XVII. Numbers and ages of unmarried, married, and widowed persons in each poor law union (or superintendent registrar's district) on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Pages 639-658)Contract subtree Occupations of the people
(Pages 639-640) XVIII. Occupations of males and females distinguishing those tinder 20 years of age from those of 20 years and upwards
(Pages 641-649) XIX. Occupations of males and females by ages, education, religious professions, and sexes
(Pages 650-654) XX. Occupations of males and females, aged 20 years and upwards, in each poor law union, or superintendent registrar's district
(Pages 655-657) XXI. Occupations of males and females under 20, and 20 years and upwards, in the principal towns
(Page 658) XXII. Occupiers of land engaged in other pursuits besides farming
(Pages 659-660)Contract subtree Birthplaces of the people
(Page 659) XXIII. Showing the birthplaces of the inhabitants of each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Page 660) XXIV. Showing the birthplaces of the persons enumerated in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, together with the respective per-centages to the total population
(Page 661)Contract subtree Foreigners
(Page 661) XXV. Showing the ages of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Fermanagh in 1891
(Page 661) XXVI. Showing the occupations of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Fermanagh in 1891
(Page 662)Contract subtree Blind, deaf and dumb, &c
(Page 662) XXVII. Number and ages of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, inmates of workhouses, patients in hospitals, &c
(Page 663)Contract subtree Religious professions of the people
(Page 663) XXVIII. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants, and number of families, in each parish
(Page 663) XXIX. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants of parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns, and the number of families in each
(Pages 664-670)Contract subtree Religious professions and education of the people
(Pages 664-665) XXX. Showing by parishes, the population according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Page 666) XXXI. Population of the parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns on the night of the 5th of April, 1891, according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Page 666) XXXII. Showing by parishes, the population five years of age and upwards, in 1891, according to religious professions and sexes; also the number and proportion per cent. of these who were illiterate
(Page 667) XXXIII. Comparative view of the number and per-centage of persons belonging to each religious profession at the census periods of 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891; also of the number and per-centage of persons five years of age and upwards who were illiterate
(Page 668) XXXIV. Number and ages of persons who spoke Irish only, and of persons who spoke Irish and English, in each barony in 1891; also the number and ages of the persons who spoke Irish only, and of those who spoke Irish and English in 1881
(Pages 668-669) XXXV. Showing by parishes, the number of educational establishments primary and superior and also the number, ages, and religious professions of the pupils and students, distinguishing resident from non-resident, in attendance thereat, during the week ending 30th May, 1891
(Page 670) XXXVI. Summary of educational establishments
(Page 670) XXXVII. Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Page 671)Contract subtree Emigration
(Page 671) XXXVIII. Emigration from the county of Fermanagh during each year, from the 1st of May, 1851, to the 31st of March, 1891
(88 pages)Contract subtree County and city of Londonderry
(Pages 673-676) Title page & contents
(Pages 677-678) Summary
(Pages 679-711)Contract subtree Area, houses, and population
(Page 679) I. Area, houses, and population of the county and city of Londonderry in 1891
(Page 679) II. Comparative view of houses and population at each of the eight censuses from 1821 to 1891
(Page 679) III. Area, houses, and population in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, of each barony, also the general valuation in 1891
(Page 680) IV. Area, houses, and population of petty sessions districts, with the number of constabulary barracks and constabulary in each in 1891
(Page 680) V. Area, houses, and population of parliamentary divisions; parliamentary and municipal boroughs; townships; and towns of 2, 000 inhabitants and upwards; together with the number of electors in each parliamentary division in. 1891
(Pages 681-683) VI. Showing, by poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), dispensary (or registrars') districts, and electoral divisions, comprised within registrars' districts, the area in 1891 houses in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891 and population in 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Pages 683-710)Contract subtree VII. Area, houses, out-offices and farm-steadings, and population, together with the valuation of each parish, townland, and township in 1891
(Pages 683-689) Coleraine
(Pages 689-694) Keenaght
(Pages 694-702) Loughinsholin
(Pages 702-705) North-East Liberties of Coleraine
(Pages 705-706) North-West Liberties of Londonderry
(Pages 706-710) Tirkeeran
(Page 711) VIII. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation
(Pages 712-713)Contract subtree Miscellaneous tables
(Page 712) IX. Number of persons in workhouses, hospitals, lunatic asylums, prisons, and military barracks, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 712) X. Showing the number of the blind, deal and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, paupers, the sick, and prisoners in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) in 1891
(Page 712) XI. Showing the number of vessels and of persons on board, in harbours, rivers, lakes, creeks, canals, &c., on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 713) XII. Showing the number of marriages, births, and deaths registered in each of the poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) in the ten years from 1st April, 1861, to 31st March, 1891; the increase or decrease of population in the interval between the censuses of 1881 and 1891, and the excess of registered births over deaths
(Pages 713-715)Contract subtree Ages of the people
(Pages 713-714) XIII. Ages of persons in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) and dispensary (or registrars') districts, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 715) XIV. Number of children at each year of age under five, in poor law unions or superintendent registrars' districts
(Page 715) XV. Ages of persons in the principal towns
(Pages 715-716)Contract subtree Civil or conjugal condition of the people
(Page 715) XVI. Ages of husbands and their wives, in combination
(Page 716) XVII. Numbers and ages of unmarried, married, and widowed persons in each poor law union (or superintendent registrar's district) on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Pages 717-741)Contract subtree Occupations of the people
(Pages 717-718) XVIII. Occupations of males and females, distinguishing those under 20 years of age from those of 20 years and upwards
(Pages 719-728) XIX. Occupations of males and females by ages, education, religious professions, and sexes
(Pages 729-735) XX. Occupations of males and females, aged 20 years and upwards, in each poor law union, or superintendent registrar's district
(Pages 736-740) XXI. Occupations of males and females under 20, and 20 years and upwards, in the principal towns
(Page 741) XXII. Occupiers of land engaged in other pursuits besides farming
(Pages 742-743)Contract subtree Birthplaces of the people
(Page 742) XXIII. Showing the birthplaces of the inhabitants of each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Page 743) XXIV. Showing the birthplaces of the persons enumerated in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, together with the respective per-centages to the total population
(Page 744)Contract subtree Foreigners
(Page 744) XXV. Showing the ages of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county and city of Londonderry in 1891
(Page 744) XXVI. Showing the occupations of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county and city of Londonderry in 1891
(Page 745)Contract subtree Blind, deaf and dumb, &c
(Page 745) XXVII. Number and ages of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, inmates of workhouses, patients in hospitals, &c
(Pages 746-747)Contract subtree Religious professions of the people
(Page 746) XXVIII. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants, and number of families, in each parish
(Page 747) XXIX. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants of parliamentary divisions, parliamentary and municipal boroughs, townships, and principal towns, and the number of families in each
(Pages 747-758)Contract subtree Religious professions and education of the people
(Pages 747-750) XXX. Showing by parishes, the population according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Page 751) XXXI. Population of the parliamentary divisions, parliamentary and municipal boroughs, townships, and principal towns on the night of the 5th of April, 1891, according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Pages 752-753) XXXII. Showing by parishes, the population five years of age and upwards, in 1891, according to religious professions and sexes; also the number and proportion per cent. of these who were illiterate
(Page 754) XXXIII. Comparative view of the number and per-centage of persons belonging to each religious profession at the census periods of 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891; also of the number and per-centage of persons five years of age and upwards who were illiterate
(Page 755) XXXIV. Number and ages of persons who spoke Irish only, and of persons who spoke Irish and English, in each barony in 1891; also the number and ages of the persons who spoke Irish only, and of those who spoke Irish and English in 1881
(Pages 755-757) XXXV. Showing by parishes, the number of educational establishments primary and superior and also the number, ages, and religious professions of the pupils and students, distinguishing resident from non-resident, in attendance thereat, during the week ending 30th May, 1891
(Page 758) XXXVI. Summary of educational establishments
(Page 758) XXXVII. Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Page 759)Contract subtree Emigration
(Page 759) XXXVIII. Emigration from the county and city of Londonderry during each year, from the 1st of May, 1851, to the 31st of March, 1891
(86 pages)Contract subtree County of Monaghan
(Pages 761-764) Title page & contents
(Pages 765-766) Summary
(Pages 767-806)Contract subtree Area, houses, and population
(Page 767) I. Area, houses, and population of the county of Monaghan in 1891
(Page 767) II. Comparative view of houses and population at each of the eight censuses from 1821 to 1891
(Page 767) III. Area, houses, and population in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, of each barony, also the general valuation in 1891
(Page 768) IV. Area, houses, and population of petty sessions districts, with the number of constabulary barracks and constabulary in each, in 1891
(Page 768) V. Area, houses, and population of parliamentary divisions; municipal boroughs; townships; and towns of 2, 000 inhabitants and upwards; together with the number of electors in each parliamentary division in 1891
(Pages 768-770) VI. Showing, by poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), dispensary (or registrars') districts, and electoral divisions, comprised within registrars' districts, the area in 1891 houses in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891 and population in 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Pages 771-805)Contract subtree VII. Area, houses, out-offices and farm-steadings, and population, together with the valuation of each barony, parish, townland, and township in 1891
(Pages 771-778) Cremorne
(Pages 778-785) Dartree
(Pages 785-792) Farney
(Pages 792-800) Monaghan
(Pages 800-805) Trough
(Page 806) VIII. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation
(Pages 807-808)Contract subtree Miscellaneous tables
(Page 807) IX. Number of persons in workhouses, hospitals, lunatic asylums, prisons, and military barracks, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 807) X. Showing the number of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, paupers, the sick, and prisoners in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) in 1891
(Page 808) XI. Showing the number of vessels and of persons on board, in harbours, rivers, lakes, creeks, canals, &c., on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 808) XII. Showing the number of marriages, births, and deaths registered in each of the poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), in the ten years from 1st April, 1881, to 31st March, 1891; the increase or decrease of population in the interval between the censuses of 1881 and 1891, and the excess of registered births over deaths
(Pages 808-811)Contract subtree Ages of the people
(Pages 808-809) XIII. Ages of persons in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), and dispensary (or registrars') districts, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 810) XIV. Number of children at each year of age under five, in poor law unions or superintendent registrars' districts
(Page 811) XV. Ages of persons in the principal towns
(Pages 811-812)Contract subtree Civil or conjugal condition of the people
(Page 811) XVI. Ages of husbands and their wives, in combination
(Page 812) XVII. Numbers and ages of unmarried, married, and widowed persons in each poor law union (or superintendent registrar's district) on the night of the 5th of April, 1801
(Pages 813-833)Contract subtree Occupations of the people
(Pages 813-814) XVIII. Occupations of males and females, distinguishing those trader 20 years of age from those of 20 years and upwards
(Pages 815-823) XIX. Occupations of males and females by ages, education, religious professions, and sexes
(Pages 824-828) XX. Occupations of males and females, aged 20 years and upwards, in each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Pages 829-832) XXI. Occupations of males and females under 20, and 20 years and upwards, in the principal towns
(Page 833) XXII. Occupiers of land engaged in other pursuits besides farming
(Pages 834-835)Contract subtree Birthplaces of the people
(Page 834) XXIII. Showing the birthplaces of the inhabitants of each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Page 835) XXIV. Showing the birthplaces of the persons enumerated in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, together with the respective per-centages to the total population
(Page 836)Contract subtree Foreigners
(Page 836) XXV. Showing the ages of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Monaghan in 1891
(Page 836) XXVI. Showing the occupations of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Monaghan in 1891
(Page 837)Contract subtree Blind, deaf and dumb, &c
(Page 837) XXVII. Number and ages of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, inmates of workhouses, patients in hospitals, &c
(Page 838)Contract subtree Religious professions of the people
(Page 838) XXVIII. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants, and number of families, in each parish
(Page 838) XXIX. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants of parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns, and the number of families in each
(Pages 839-845)Contract subtree Religious professions and education of the people
(Pages 839-840) XXX. Showing by parishes, the population according to religions professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Page 841) XXXI. Population of the parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns on the night of the 5th of April, 1891, according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Pages 841-842) XXXIX Showing by parishes, the population five years of age and upwards, in 1891, according to religious professions and sexes; also the number and proportion per cent. of these who were illiterate
(Page 843) XXXIII. Comparative view of the number and per-centage of persons belonging to each religious profession at the census periods of 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891; also of the number and per-centage of persons five years of age and upwards who were illiterate
(Page 843) XXXIV. Number and ages of persons who spoke Irish only, and of persons who spoke Irish and English, in each barony in 1891; also the number and ages of the persons who spoke Irish only, and of those who spoke Irish and English in 1881
(Pages 843-844) XXXV. Showing by parishes, the number of educational establishments primary and superior and also the number, ages, and religious professions of the pupils and students, distinguishing resident from non-resident, in attendance thereat, during the week ending 30th May, 1891
(Page 845) XXXVI. Summary of educational establishments
(Page 845) XXXVII. Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Page 846)Contract subtree Emigration
(Page 846) XXXVIII. Emigration from the county of Monaghan during each year, from the 1st of May, 1851, to the 31st of March, 1891
(110 pages)Contract subtree County of Tyrone
(Pages 847-850) Title page & contents
(Pages 851-852) Summary
(Pages 853-902)Contract subtree Area, houses, and population
(Page 853) I. Area, houses, and population of the county of Tyrone in 1891
(Page 853) II. Comparative view of houses and population at each, of the eight censuses from 1821 to 1891
(Page 853) III. Area, houses, and population in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, of each barony, also the general valuation in 1891
(Page 854) IV. Area, houses, and population of petty sessions districts, with the number of constabulary barracks and constabulary in each in 1891
(Page 854) V. Area, houses, and population of parliamentary divisions, municipal boroughs, townships; and towns of 2, 000 inhabitants and upwards, together with the number of electors in each parliamentary division in 1891
(Pages 855-858) VI. Showing, by poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts), dispensary (or registrars') districts, and electoral divisions, comprised within registrars' districts, the area in 1891 houses in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891 and population in 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Pages 859-901)Contract subtree VII. Area, houses, out-offices and farm-steadings and population, together with the valuation of each parish, townland, and township in 1891
(Pages 859-865) Clogher
(Pages 865-868) Dungannon, Lower
(Pages 868-875) Dungannon, Middle
(Pages 876-881) Dungannon, Upper
(Pages 881-888) Omagh, East
(Pages 888-892) Omagh, West
(Pages 892-898) Strabane, Lower
(Pages 898-901) Strabane, Upper
(Page 902) VIII. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number of families which occupy each class of accommodation
(Pages 903-904)Contract subtree Miscellaneous tables
(Page 903) IX. Number of persons in workhouses, hospitals, lunatic asylums, prisons, and military barracks, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 903) X. Showing the number of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, paupers, the sick, and prisoners in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) in 1891
(Page 903) XI. Showing the number of vessels and of persons on board, in harbours, rivers, lakes, creeks, canals, &c., on the night of the 5th of April 1891
(Page 904) XII. Showing the number of marriages, births and deaths registered in each of the poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) in the ten years from 1st April, 1881, to 31st March, 1891: The increase or decrease of population in the interval between the censuses of 1881 and 1891, and the excess of registered births over deaths
(Pages 904-907)Contract subtree Ages of the people
(Pages 904-905) XIII. Ages of persons in poor law unions (or superintendent registrars' districts) and dispensary (or registrars') districts, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 906) XIV Number of children at each year of age under five, in poor law unions or superintendent registrars' districts
(Page 907) XV. Age of persons in the principal towns
(Pages 907-909)Contract subtree Civil or conjugal condition of the people
(Page 907) XVI Ages of husbands and their wives, in combination
(Pages 908-909) XVII. Numbers and ages of unmarried, married, und widowed persons in each poor law union (or superintendent registrar's district) on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Pages 910-937)Contract subtree Occupations of the people
(Pages 910-911) XVIII. Occupations of males and females, distinguishing those under 20 years of age from those of 20 years and upwards
(Pages 912-921) XIX. Occupations of males and females by ages, education, religious professions, and sexes
(Pages 922-927) XX. Occupations of males and females, aged 20 years and upwards, in each poor law union, or superintendent registrar's district
(Pages 928-936) XXI. Occupations of males and females under 20, and 20 years and upwards, in the principal towns
(Page 937) XXII. Occupiers of land engaged in other pursuits besides farming
(Pages 936-940)Contract subtree Birthplaces of the people
(Pages 936-939) XXIII. Showing the birthplaces of the inhabitants of each poor law union or superintendent registrar's district
(Page 940) XXIV. Showing the birthplaces of the persons enumerated in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, together with the respective per-centages to the total population
(Pages 940-941)Contract subtree Foreigners
(Page 940) XXV. Showing the ages of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Tyrone in 1891
(Page 941) XXVI Showing the occupations of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the county of Tyrone in 1891
(Page 941)Contract subtree Blind, deaf and dumb, &c
(Page 941) XXVII. Number and ages, of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, in mates of workhouses, patients in hospitals, &c
(Pages 942-943)Contract subtree Religious professions of the people
(Pages 942-943) XXVIII. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants, and number of families, in each parish
(Page 943) XXIX. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants of parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns, and the number of families in each
(Pages 944-954)Contract subtree Religious professions and education of the people
(Pages 944-946) XXX. Showing by parishes, the population according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Page 947) XXXI. Population of the parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns on the night of the 5th of April, 1891, according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Pages 948-950) XXXII. Showing by parishes, the population five years of age and upwards, in 1891, according to religious professions and sexes; also the number and proportion per cent. of these who were illiterate
(Page 951) XXXIII. Comparative view of the number and per-centage of persons belonging to each religious profession at the census periods of 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891; also of the number and per-centage of persons five years of age and upwards who were illiterate
(Page 951) XXXIV. Number and ages of persons, who spoke Irish only, and of persons who spoke Irish and English, in each barony in 1891, also the number and ages of the persons who spoke Irish only, and of those who spoke Irish and English in 1881
(Pages 951-953) XXXV. Showing by parishes, the numbers of educational establishments-primary and superior and also the number, ages, and religious professions of the pupils and students, distinguishing resident from non-resident, in attendance thereat, during the week ending 30th May, 1891
(Page 954) XXXVI. Summary of educational establishments
(Page 954) XXXVII. Showing by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Page 955)Contract subtree Emigration
(Page 955) XXXVIII. Emigration from the county of Tyrone during each year, from the 1st of May, 1851, to the 31st of March, 1891
(48 pages)Contract subtree Summary tables and indexes
(Pages 957-960) Title page, contents & errata
(Pages 961-962) Summary
(Pages 963-964) Synopsis
(Pages 965-967)Contract subtree Area, houses, and population
(Page 965) I. Area, houses, and population, of the province of Ulster in 1891
(Page 965) II. Comparative view of houses and population at each of the eight censuses from 1821 to 1891
(Page 965) III. Area, houses, and population in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, of each barony, also the general valuation in 1891
(Page 966) V. Area, houses, and, population in 1881 and 1891, of parliamentary divisions, municipal boroughs; townships, and towns of 2, 000 inhabitants and upwards; together with the number of electors in each parliamentary division in 1891
(Page 967) VI. Showing, by counties, the houses and population in 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Page 967) VIII. Showing by classes, the number of houses having one or more families residing in them, and the number families which occupy each class of accommodation
(Pages 968-969)Contract subtree Miscellaneous tables
(Page 968) IX. Number of persons in workhouses, hospitals, lunatic asylums, prisons, and military barracks, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 969) X. Showing the number of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, paupers, the sick, and prisoners in counties and cities
(Page 969) XI. Showing the number of vessels and of persons on board, in each county of the province, on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 969) XII. Showing by counties, the number of marriages, births, and deaths in the ten years from 1st April, 1881, to 31st March, 1891; the increase or decrease of population in the interval between the censuses of 1881 and 1891, and the excess of registered births over deaths
(Page 970)Contract subtree Ages of the people
(Page 970) XIII. Ages of persons in each county and city on the night of the 5th of April, 1891
(Page 970) XXIV. Number of children at each year of age under five, by counties and cities
(Page 971)Contract subtree Civil or conjugal condition of the people
(Page 971) XVI. Ages of husbands and their wives, in combination
(Page 971) XVII. Number and ages of unmarried, married, and widowed persons
(Pages 972-987)Contract subtree Occupations of the people
(Pages 972-973) XVIII. Occupations of males and females, distinguishing those under 20 years of age from those of 20 years and upwards
(Pages 974-986) XIX. Occupations of males and females by ages, education, religious professions, and sexes
(Page 987) XXII. Occupiers of the land engaged in other pursuits besides farming
(Pages 988-989)Contract subtree Birthplaces of the people
(Page 988) XXIII. Showing by counties the birthplaces of the inhabitants
(Page 989) XXIV. Showing the birthplaces of the persons enumerated in 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891, together with the respective per-centage to the total population
(Pages 990-991)Contract subtree Foreigners
(Page 990) XXV. Showing the ages of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the province of Ulster in 1891
(Pages 990-991) XXVI. Showing the occupations of persons born in foreign countries who were enumerated in the province of Ulster, in 1891
(Page 992)Contract subtree Blind, deaf and dumb, &c
(Page 992) XXVII. Number and ages of the blind, deaf and dumb, dumb not deaf, idiots, lunatics, inmates of workhouses, patients in hospitals, &c
(Pages 993-995)Contract subtree Religious professions of the people
(Pages 993-994) XXVIII. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants, and number of families, in each county, city, &c
(Page 995) XXIX. Religious professions and sexes of the inhabitants of parliamentary divisions, townships, and principal towns, and the number of families in each
(Pages 996-1004)Contract subtree Religious professions and education of the people
(Page 996) XXX. Showing by counties, &c., The population according to religious professions, ages, sexes, and degrees of elementary education
(Page 997) XXXII. Showing by counties, &c, the population five years of age and upwards, in 1891, according to religious professions and sexes; also the number and proportion per cent. of these who were illiterate
(Page 997) XXXIII. Comparative view of the number and per-centage of persons belonging to each religious profession at the census periods of 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891; and of the number and per-centage of persons, five years of age and upwards who were illiterate
(Page 998) XXXIV. Number and age of persons who spoke Irish only, and of persons who spoke Irish and English, in each county in 1891; also the number and ages of the persons who spoke Irish, only, and of those who spoke Irish and English in 1881
(Pages 998-1002) XXXV. Showing by counties the number of educational establishments, primary and superior, and also the number, ages, and religious professions of the pupils and students, distinguishing resident from non-resident, in attendance thereat, during the week ending 30th May, 1891
(Page 1003) XXXVI. Summary of educational establishments
(Page 1004) XXXVII. Showing, by sexes, the number and proportion per cent. to the population under each religious profession of persons receiving instruction in educational establishments, in 1861, 1871, 1881, and 1891
(Page 1004)Contract subtree Emigration
(Page 1004) XXXVIII. Emigration from the province during each year, from the 1st of May, 1851, to the 31st of March, 1891
(60 pages)Contract subtree Indexes
(Pages 1005-1006) Title page and table of contents
(Page 1007) Index to counties
(Page 1007) Baronies
(Pages 1008-1010) Parishes
(Page 1010) Poor law unions or superintendent registrars districts
(Page 1011) Dispensary or registrars' districts
(Pages 1011-1014) Electoral divisions
(Page 1015) Petty sessions districts
(Pages 1015-1063)Contract subtree Townlands and towns
(Page 1064) Index to provincial summary