Census returns or substitutes for Antrim.


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1833
Emigrants list Originals in Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, MIC.6     Irish Emigration Lists 1833-39 Brian Mitchell   Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co. 1989  
1834
Freeholders etc. Carrickfergus freeholders, leasholders and householders. From Court of Quarter Sessions Film 990408 FHL (LDS)          
1837
Excise licences Belfast, Carrickfergus and Lisburn excise license holders and applicants 13 (2) Appendix 10, 13   Parliamentary Papers 1837, Reports from Committees       National Library of Ireland
1837
Inhabitants Lisburn householders, street by street 11, (1) Appendix G, 211-15   Parliamentary Papers 1837, Reports from Committees       National Library of Ireland
1837
Valuation Valuation of towns returning M.P.s (occupants and property values) Lisburn     Parliamentary Papers 1837, Reports from Committees       National Library of Ireland
1837
Memorial from inhabitants of Ballycastle for Quarter law sessions at Balllycastle. More than 100 names, with occupations OP 1837/10 NAI          
1837
Memorial from inhabitants of Glenarm for Quarter sessions. 65 names OP 1837/10            
1837
Memorial from inhabitants of Lisburn For Quarter sessions. More than 70 names, with occupations OP 1837/10 NAI          
1838
Memorial from inhabitants Ballynure, Ballylinny Ballycorr, Rashee, (commonly called Ballyeaston) and the Grange of Doagh. More than 350 names OP 1837/10 NAI          
1839
Workhouse records Some material, including admissions registers and relief registers, survives for all of the unions of Co. Antrim. LDS hold microfilm copies of Ballymena (259181-5), Belfast (259177 ), Ballymoney (259174 -5), Ballycastle (259173), Lurgan (259166-72) BG/1, /2,/ 4, /5, /7, /17, /19 PRONI          
1851
Government census Partial: Ahoghill - Craigs townland only; Aghagallon - "M" to "T" only; Ballymoney - Garryduff only; Killead - "A" to "C" only; Rasharkin - "K" to "T" only; also National Archives of Ireland MIC. 5A/11-26,
Online
PRONI Online        
1851
Members of households List of members of tenants' household from Lord Templetown's estate rolls T.412/1 PRONI          
1856
Census census of united parishes of Glenavy,, Camlin and Tullyrusk, Co. Antrim, taken in 1856-7, revised in 1858-9 and 1873; with Glenavy Church of Ireland registers MIC.1/43-4, 44A, 74; C.R.1/53; T.679/1, 74 PRONI          
1856
Voters   ILB 324 NLI          
1861
Griffith's Valuation Online; More information   NLI          
1870
Parshioners list Carnmoney, Co. Antrim; with Church of Ireland parish registers   PRONI          
1901
Government census Earliest full surviving census for the entire country.
Online
NAI          
1911
Government census Second earliest full surviving census for the entire country
Online
Online          
1912
The Ulster Covenant Almost half a million original signatures and addresses of those who signed the Ulster Covenant. Online
Online
Online