Census returns or substitutes for Armagh.


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1831
Memorial of the Inhabitants of part of Cos Down Armagh praying for relief April 21 1831. More than 1300 names, "more particularly in the neighbourhood of Shane Hill" - Knocknashane? OP 974/122 NAI          
1834
Valuation Valuation of Armagh town (heads of households)     Parliamentary Papers 1837, Reports from Committees   Vol. II (1), Appendix G   National Library of Ireland
1836
Memorial from inhabitants of Moyntaghe and Seagoe parishes "On behalf of Mr Handcock" More than 1000 names OP 1836/20 NAI          
1837
Marksmen Marksmen (i.e. illiterate voters), Armagh Borough     Parliamentary Papers 1837, Reports from Committees   Vol. II (1), Appendix A   National Library of Ireland
1838
Memorial from inhabitants of Portadown For Quarter sessions. C. 90 signatures OP 1837/10 NAI          
1839
Valuation Valuation of Co. Armagh. Also Armagh Co. Library Pos 99 NLI          
1840
Ratepayers for the Union of Armagh D/1670/13/6 PRONI          
1840
Workhouse records Castleblayney Union Workhouse records   MG          
1840
Emigrants from Derrynoose To the U.S. and Scotland; with parish registers MIC.1/158 PRONI          
1842
Workhouse records Armagh Union. Includes indoor and outdoor relief registers. Also LDS films 259154-8 BG/2 PRONI          
1843
Voters Voters list OP 1842/85 NAI          
1851
Government census Various fragments Thrift Abstracts NAI          
1851
Voters Persons entitled to vote; also LDS film 1279325 D7 ACM          
1864
Census Tynan parish c. 1864     The History of Charlemont Fort and Borough ... J.J. Marshall   Dungannon Tyrone Printing Co., 1921  
1864
Griffith's Valuation Online; More information   NLI          
1868
Local census Census of the Church of Ireland parish of Shankill, Cos Armagh & Down   Local custody          
1871
Local census Creggan Upper     Archivium Hibernicum   Vol. 3 Shannon Irish University Press for the Catholic Record Society of Ireland 1912 - National Library of Ireland Ir 2820941 a 1
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
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