Census and census substitutes for Antrim


YearRecordDetailsRef.Where?Published?Publication
details
Sample reference

1614

Merchants/ Captains

Carrickfergus

Carrickfergus and District Historical Society Journal 2, 1986,

1985 -

National Library of Ireland Ir 9411 c 5

1630

Muster Roll

Muster Roll of Ulster; also Armagh Co. Library and Public record Office of Northern Ireland ( PRONI D.1759/3C/2)

NL Pos. 206. Also PRONI D 1759/3C/1

NLI

[Unpublished]

1641

Testimonies of 330 witnesses to the 1641 rebellion

Online

[Unpublished]

1642

Muster Roll

Muster Roll. Also LDS SLC film 897012

T.3726/2

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1659

Pender's 'Census'

Repr. GPC, 1997, IMC, 2002. LDS film 924648

Online

Census of Ireland c. 1659 Seamus Pender

1939 Dublin The Stationery Office

National Library of Ireland (NLI Ir 31041 c 4)

1662

Assorted freeholders and voters lists 1662-1929

Online

[Unpublished]

1666

Hearth Money Roll

Hearth Money Roll

Pos. 207. Also PRONI T/307

NLI

[Unpublished]

1666

Subsidy Roll

Subsidy Roll

T/808/14889

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1669

Hearth Money Roll

Also National Library of Ireland (Ms 9584)

T.307

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1720

Landed gentry

Down and Antrim landed gentry

24 k 19

RIA

[Unpublished]

1734

Religious census

Part of Cary barony only. Gives householders.

The Glynns: journal of the Glens of Antrim Historical Society 2, 1993/4,

1973- Belfast

National Library of Ireland Ir 94111 g 2

1740

Protestant Householders

Also Genealogical Office (GO 539) Online: PRONI Name search

T808/15258

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1740

Protestant householders

Culfeightrin

Online

[Unpublished]

1766

Diocesan census

Aghoghill parish; also Representative Church Body Library and National Library of Ireland (Ms 4173)

NA M.2476(1).

NAI

[Unpublished]

1766

Diocesan census

Ahoghill, Ballintoy, Ballymoney and Ballynure

[Unpublished]

1766

Diocesan census

Ballintoy parish. Also Genealogical Office (GO 536) and National Library of Ireland (Ms 4173)

T808/15264

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1768

Pipewater rent

Lisburn, from the papers of Sir Richard Wallace's estate

D.195

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1775

Dissenters' petitions

Antrim, Ballyclare, Ballymena, Ballynure, Belfast, Carnmoney, Carrickfergus, Donegore, Kilbride and Nilteen, Drumbeg, Lisburn, Larne, Raloo, Carncastle, Kilwaughter, Glenarm and Ballyeaston.

Online: PRONI name search

[Unpublished]

1776

Voters

"Deputy Court Cheque Book" (votes cast)

D1364/L/1

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1779

Map

Map of Glenarm, including tenants' names

The Glynns: journal of the Glens of Antrim Historical Society No.9, 1981.

1973- Belfast

National Library of Ireland Ir 94111 g 2

1796

Spinning-Wheel Premium List

Online

Also FTM CD 27 "Irish Flax Growers"

Spinning-Wheel Premium List Index

1988 All-Ireland Heritage

1798

Persons who suffered losses ...

Persons who suffered losses in the 1798 rebellion. Propertied classes only

I 94107

NLI

[Unpublished]

1799

Militia

Militia Pay Lists and Muster Rolls

T.1115/1A & B

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1803

Agricultural survey

Records housholders, occupations and agricultural possessions. Covers 10 coastal parishes of Antrim

OP 153/103/1 - 16 & Online

NAI

[Unpublished]

1803

Parish census

with Ballintoy Church of Ireland registers

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1804

Inhabitants

Ballymoney inhabitants, listed by street

North Antrim Roots 2 (3), 1989,

1813

Presbyterian Congregation census

Census of Ballyeaston Presbyterian Congregation in Ballycor, Donagore, Glenwhirry, Grange of Doagh, Kilbride and Rashee co Antrim.

LDS Fiche 6026299, LDS film # 100173

FHL (LDS)

[Unpublished]

1820

Householders

Lisburn householders

T679/107-112

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1821

Government census

Various fragments

Thrift Abstracts

NAI

[Unpublished]

1823

Tithe Books

Also Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (Ulster counties); National Library of Ireland (microfilm), and Derry Genealogy Centre (database)

Online for the Republic

NAI

[Unpublished]

1823

Parishioners' list

Church of Ireland parish of Layd, Co. Antrim

T.679/359-363

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1833

Emigrants list

Originals in Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, MIC.6

Online

Irish Emigration Lists 1833-39 Brian Mitchell

1989 Baltimore Genealogical Publishing Co.

1834

Freeholders etc.

Carrickfergus freeholders, leasholders and householders. From Court of Quarter Sessions

Film 990408

FHL (LDS)

[Unpublished]

1837

Valuation

Valuation of towns returning M.P.s (occupants and property values) Lisburn

Parliamentary Papers 1837, Reports from Committees

National Library of Ireland

1837

Excise licences

Belfast, Carrickfergus and Lisburn excise license holders and applicants

13 (2) Appendix 10, 13

Parliamentary Papers 1837, Reports from Committees

National Library of Ireland

1837

Inhabitants

Lisburn householders, street by street

11, (1) Appendix G, 211-15

Parliamentary Papers 1837, Reports from Committees

National Library of Ireland

1837

Memorial from inhabitants of Lisburn

For Quarter sessions. More than 70 names, with occupations

OP 1837/10

NAI

[Unpublished]

1837

Marksmen (i.e. illiterate voters), Carrickfergus Borough

Online

Parliamentary Papers 1837, Reports from Committees

National Library of Ireland

1837

Memorial from inhabitants of Ballycastle

for Quarter law sessions at Balllycastle. More than 100 names, with occupations

OP 1837/10

NAI

[Unpublished]

1837

Memorial from inhabitants of Glenarm

for Quarter sessions. 65 names

OP 1837/10

[Unpublished]

1838

Memorial from inhabitants

Ballynure, Ballylinny Ballycorr, Rashee, (commonly called Ballyeaston) and the Grange of Doagh. More than 350 names

OP 1837/10

NAI

[Unpublished]

1839

Workhouse records

Some material, including admissions registers and relief registers, survives for all of the unions of Co. Antrim. LDS hold microfilm copies of Ballymena (259181-5), Belfast (259177 ), Ballymoney (259174 -5), Ballycastle (259173), Lurgan (259166-72)

BG/1, /2,/ 4, /5, /7, /17, /19

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1851

Government census

Partial: Ahoghill - Craigs townland only; Aghagallon - "M" to "T" only; Ballymoney - Garryduff only; Killead - "A" to "C" only; Rasharkin - "K" to "T" only; also National Archives of Ireland

MIC. 5A/11-26,
Online

PRONI

Online

1851

Members of households

List of members of tenants' household from Lord Templetown's estate rolls

T.412/1

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1856

Voters

ILB 324

NLI

[Unpublished]

1856

Census

census of united parishes of Glenavy,, Camlin and Tullyrusk, Co. Antrim, taken in 1856-7, revised in 1858-9 and 1873; with Glenavy Church of Ireland registers

MIC.1/43-4, 44A, 74; C.R.1/53; T.679/1, 74

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1861

Griffith's Valuation

Online; More information

NLI

[Unpublished]

1870

Parshioners list

Carnmoney, Co. Antrim; with Church of Ireland parish registers

PRONI

[Unpublished]

1887

Ballymena RC parishioners

Online

[Unpublished]

1901

Government census

Earliest full surviving census for the entire country.

Online

NAI

[Unpublished]

1911

Government census

Second earliest full surviving census for the entire country

Online

[Unpublished]

1912

The Ulster Covenant

Almost half a million original signatures and addresses of those who signed the Ulster Covenant. Online

Online

[Unpublished]


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