1901 Census

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1901 Census – Alpha Order Sched ule Ref House Type/Name Street Current Street Forename Surname Relationship to Head Stat us Age Sex Occupation Place of Birth

26 THE 1901 CENSUS: AN INTRODUCTION Matthew Woollard Matthew Woollard is Senior Research Officer, Department of History, University of Essex. He is editor of the journal History and Computing and currently researching the

1901 Census Parish Totals 1375299 May 04 Advent 181 St Agnes 699 Altarnun 911 Antony 4054 Antony Shipping 5 St Austell 11072 St Austell Shipping 48 St Austell Workhouse 145

1901 CENSUS PROVINCE OF N0VA SCOTIA DISTRICT 33 HALIFAX SPRY HARBOUR. TAYLOR’S HEAD. Dw No. Fam. No. Name Sex Rel Stat Birth date Birth year Age Pl. of Birth Nat. Or. Religion Occupation Code Notes 1 1 MC CARTY

BRITISH COLUMBIA ARCHIVES RESEARCH GUIDE CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901: BRITISH COLUMBIA The BC Archives holds microfilm copies of the federal census returns for British Columbia for 1881, 1891,

The Family of Manasses Doherty living in William Street, Londonderry in 1901 There were seven Doherty families listed in the 1901 Census Returns for William Street. I have looked in particular at the family of Manasses Doherty.

1901 Census of Ireland – GUTHRIE Surname and Variants Munster Clare Ballysteen 2 Cloughaudine Guthrie Thomas 67 Head of Family Roman Catholic Guthrie Ellen 60 Wife Roman Catholic Guthrie Michael 23 Son Roman Catholic Guthrie Katie 13 Daughter Roman Catholic

Therefore census records are available for 1841, 1851, 1861, 1871, 1881, 1891 and 1901. The original census enumerators’ books are in the Public Record Office, but most libraries and/or record offices have copies of the census returns for their

Newark/Newrick Individuals listed in the 1881 & 1901 Census with an analysis of their geographical distribution 1 Contents Page Maps & Tables

TIMSBURY 1901 CENSUS Householder's Schedule Number Name of Street, Place or Road and Name or Number of House First Names Surname Relationship Age Gender

Staplehurst 1901 Census About the Data Data Source The original data is in the custody of the National Archives in the UK. The enumerator books have been filmed and can be found in some local archives, libraries

5. 1901 and 1911 Census of Population Returns, comprising of Form N – Enumerators Abstract, Form B1 – House and Buildings Return and Form A – Household Returns for

1901 CENSUS No. on shedule Name of Street or road & Name or No. of House Name & Surname of each person who abode in the house on the census night

Census (Ireland) Full censuses were taken every 10 years from 1821 to 1911 in Ireland However, fate intervened and so access to other records is sparse.

Stonehouse 1901 census (rooms: with more than 1 window) street name name relation status age employer/worker where born gaelic or g&e disablement *rooms

Of independent means Whether born in Scotland, Ireland or foreign parts Notes: Copyright 2005 CensusTools.com. 1851 Census of England Researcher's name: Date: 1901 Census of England Researcher's Name Date: Administration County of: Civil Parish:

BRITISH COLUMBIA ARCHIVES RESEARCH GUIDE CENSUS OF CANADA, 1901: BRITISH COLUMBIA The BC Archives holds microfilm copies of the federal census returns for British Columbia for 1881, 1891,

1901 Census of Dreenan By Jo Dahlenburg (New Zealand) DREENAN House and Buildings Return, #68/3 (6 pages) #1 O’NEILL, John, HoH, Roman Catholic, can’t read, 75, farmer, married, born Co. Derry

1901 Census Enumerators' Returns for Persons connected with Church Street, Coleraine – but did not live there [MIC354/5/4] Record No. Street House No. in Census Forename Surname Relationship Religion Education Age Sex Profession Marriage Where Born No of Persons