Census returns or substitutes for Donegal.


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1836
Memorial From the inhabitants of the towns of Ballyshannon, Pettigo & Bundoran for the appointment of Ballyshannon to be a sessions town (c. 70 names ) OP 1851/79 1836 NAI          
1837
Memorial Memorial of c 50 individuals (mainly from Buncrana & Derry ) to have quarter sessions at Buncrana OP 1851/79 NAI          
1843
Voters   OP1843/56 NAI          
1843
Carndonagh Workhouse records Indoor relief register, admissions and discharges 1843-1918   DAS          
1844
Memorial Memorial of c. 130 individuals (mainly from Leterkenny) to have that a civil bill court established there OP 1851/79 NAI          
1851
Glenties Workhouse records Indoor relief register, admissions and discharges, 1851-1921   DAS          
1855
Letterkenny Workhouse records Indoor relief register, admissions and discharges 1855-1899   DAS          
1855
Milford Workhouse records Indoor relief register, admissions and discharges 1855-1917   DAS          
1855
Primary school records 77 schools, mostly attendance registers   DAS          
1857
Griffith's Valuation Online; More information   NLI          
1860
Account book of the Culdaff Loan Society Showing names of borrowers and amounts of money borrowed and repaid, Mar.-Jul. 1860 Ms. 23,063 NLI          
1860
Emigrants list To North America from Inver; with Church of Ireland registers MIC.1/158 PRONI          
1862
Workhouse records Strabane Workhouse records. Also LDS film 259164-5 BG/27 PRONI          
1871
Ards Bounty Blanket Small collection of papers of Protestant charity which distributed blankets to needy people during the winter months. 1871 - 1908   DAS          
1875
Inhabitants Conwall parish inhabitants P206/8/1A RCBL          
1891
Dunfanaghy Workhouse records Indoor relief register, 1891-1915   DAS          
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