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    For Those Who Have Connections/Interest In Ireland: The National Archives Of Ireland

    Link: National Archives: Census of Ireland 1901/1911

    The census data for 1901 and 1911 are online as well as other resources accessible at the same site:

    Ireland in the early 20th century:

    Links:

    The photographic images in the galleries attached to each chapter should be clicked on to expand. You can then view them with explanatory captions and credits. Below each image you will find the option to view as a full-size jpg. image, or as a full-size image in PDF, with an option to download Acrobat Reader, a free tool which will allow you to view and manipulate the image.

    PDF format allows you to zoom in and out on aspects of the image, by using the + and tools at the top of the page, and to save and print the image.

    All of these images are copyright to their repositories or custodians, and may not be reproduced without permission from them.
    Or you could simply browse the census data:

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    My wife and I went over to Dublin in 2010 to spend some time looking at my family history. The folk at the General Registry Office are fantastic and so helpful to us and our family still in Ireland. We know where my great-grandparents were living in Dublin in 1901 and visited the various places we know the family lived from 1901 onwards (most of the pre-1940 locations now knocked down and redeveloped) ... but the family has hit 2 brick walls. We know my Great Grandad was English and was last documented on the 1861 census and next appears on the 1901 Irish census ... no idea what happened in between. We also have limited knowledge about Great-Grandma prior to the 1901 census. Next thing (for the coming year) is to go back and investigate the church records ... some in Dublin and some in Hertfordshire.

    We will also be heading into Mid-Wales to investigate my wife's family as they were part of the temperance movement in the late 1700s / early 1800s.

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