4 edition of census of Ireland, circa 1659 found in the catalog.
census of Ireland, circa 1659
Irish Manuscripts Commission.
|Statement||edited by Séamus Pender ; with a new introduction by William J. Smyth.|
|Contributions||Pender, Séamus., Smyth, William J., 1949-|
|LC Classifications||HA1142 1659a|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxxxiii, 946 p. :|
|Number of Pages||946|
|LC Control Number||2003363328|
Pender's 'Census' Repr. GPC, , IMC, LDS film Online: Census of Ireland c. Seamus Pender: Dublin The Stationery Office: National Library of Ireland (NLI Ir c 4) Poll Tax Returns: Tax levied on every person over 12 years old. MIC15A/75; T/ PRONI [Unpublished] Books of Survey and. From a Census of Ireland with supplementary material from the Poll Money ordinances Town of Bandon Bridge. Population english and Irish. Tituladoes Names: Clement.
A Census of Ireland, C. Baronies of Bantry and Shelbourne, Co. Wexford. In The Past: the organ of the Uí Ceinnsealaigh Historical Society, No. 5, pp. & Pender S. A Census of Ireland circa , The Irish Manuscripts Commission, Dublin Walsh, D. Bree, The story of a County Wexford parish. Enniscorthy. p Irish Census Substitutes “A Census of Ireland, circa ” The following has been transcribed from ‘A Census of Ireland, c. , with Supplementary Material from the Poll Money Ordinances ()’ edited by Séamus Pender, and published by the Stationery Office, Dublin in
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A Census of Ireland, Circa With Supplementary Material from the Poll Money Ordinances by Pender, Seamus and a great selection of related books, art. In this volume Séamus Pender’s edition of the ‘ Census’ is reproduced with a detailed new introduction by William J.
Smyth. What Professor Smyth succeeds census of Ireland demonstrating is that the ‘Census’ is a better, more consistent and much more important source of information than has been allowed for in the existing literature.
A Census of Ireland, circa with supplementary material from the Poll Money Ordinances (). Dublin: Stationery Office, (Family History Library book X29c.) This volume was published by the Irish Manuscripts Commission and is available online as part of their out-of-print collection.
Irish Manuscripts Commission Census of. The special report on the census is the list of all of the original surnames and county locations found in the 'census' of It also Author: Michael O'laughlin.
A Census of Ireland circa Irish Manuscripts Commission Seamus Pender, editor No Returns for Cavan, Galway, Mayo, Tryone and Wicklow Cork County [incomplete, missing 4 baronies Meath County [incomplete, missing 9 baronies Counties.
When I started doing Irish genealogical research thirty-odd years ago, I stumbled across A Census of Ireland circa (ed. Séamus Pender, Irish Manuscripts Commission, ) in the National Library reading room and my heart leapt. A published census. From. Hallellujah.
But of course Pender’s Census is nothing like a census. (The decision to give it. out of 5 stars Ireland Census of Surnames and Locations. Reviewed in the United States on I found this to be a great source for researching the 'names' of Irish ancestors and confirmed for me that I was on the right track with my search.
The publication arrived in a timely manner and was in excellent condition/5(6). A Census of Ireland, Circa represents the only known actual numbering of the people of Ireland prior to It is arranged geographically by counties, and thereunder by baronies, parishes, and townlands; and by cities, and thereunder by parishes and : Seamus Pender.
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Contents. E Ir. Get this from a library. A Census of Ireland, circa with supplementary material from the Poll Money Ordinances (). [Séamus Pender; Irish Manuscripts Commission.]. Get this from a library. A census of Ireland, circawith supplementary material from the poll money ordinances ().
[Séamus Pender; Irish Manuscripts Commission.]. A census of Ireland, circa by Irish Manuscripts Commission.,Irish Manuscripts Commission. edition, in EnglishPages: A census of Ireland, circawith supplementary material from the poll money ordinances () Edited by Séamus Pender.
Census of Clare The Census of Ireland (), also known as Petty's or Pender's Census, provides townland census returns of the inhabitants of most of the country, arranged in counties, baronies, parishes and townlands.
Title of Source Title of Book Census of Ireland circa Abbreviation Census Full Description Census of Ireland circawith supplementary material from the poll money ordinances ( - 1), ed. Séamus Pender (Dublin ).
A Census of Ireland Circa With Essential Materials from the Poll Money Ordinances Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, p.Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, p.The Census of Ireland Showing All county locations and surnames as they originally appeared. Family Locations in Ireland This census gives the county of location for every surname, exactly as it was found in the census of in Ireland, in the spelling of the day.
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A census of Ireland, circawith supplementary material from the poll money ordinances () / edited by Seamus Pender Stationary Office Dublin Australian/Harvard Citation. Irish Manuscripts Commission.
& Pender, Seamus. Source of Record: A Census of Ireland, Circa with Supplementary Material from the Poll Money Ordinances, edited by Semus Pender, MS, Lecturer in History, University College, Cork.
Published Book in print found in Toronto Reference Library, Toronto Ontario CANADA. Has both a name and location index. An edition of the census by Seamus Pender entitled, A Census of Ireland circawith supplementary material from the poll money ordinances, was published in by the Stationery Office, Dublin, on behalf of the Irish Manuscripts Commission (recently reprinted).
This includes a breakdown of the figures for each county and an index of both.Pender, Séamus, A census of Ireland, circa with supplementary material from the Poll Money Ordinances (–), Dublin: Irish Manuscripts Commission, Book/Monograph.This census - the first - took place while Quirinius was governor of Syria, and everyone went to his own town to be registered." (Luke) Irish Census Returns are a peculiarly fragmented and widely dispersed body of records.
The Census of Ireland circa was compiled by Sir William Pender and is available in the National Archives.