Glenarb townland - Census of Ireland, 1901

Source: Census of Ireland, 1901. National Archives of Ireland, Dublin. Digitised, &c., in partnership with Library and Archives Canada. Online at www.census.nationalarchives.ie (accessed 2015-11-17).
Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick. 
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Form A.—House no. 1:

  • John Jordan, head of family, Roman Catholic, read & write, age 33, Agricultural labourer, married, born in Co. Tyrone
  • Mary Jordan, wife, do., do., age 28, married, do.

Form A.—House no. 2:

  • William Millar, head of family, Roman Catholic, read & write, age 40, male, Agricultural labourer, married, born in Co. Tyrone
  • Bridget Millar, wife, do., cannot read, age 33, female, married, do.
  • Patrick Bloomer, boarder, do., read & write, age 22, male, Farm servant, not married, do.

Form A.—House no. 3:

  • Joseph McGee, head of family, Roman Catholic, read & write, age 28, male, Farmer, not married, born in Co. Tyrone
  • Maggie McGee, sister, do., do., age 32, female, not married, do.
  • Annie Haughey, servant, do., do., age 35, female, Domestic, do., do.
  • George McKenna, servant, do., do., age 14, male, Farm servant, do., born in Scotland

Form A.—House no. 5:

  • Patrick Murphy, head of family, Roman Catholic, read, age 64, male, General labourer, married, born in Co. Westmeath

Form N.—Enumerator's Abstract for a Townland or Street.
County: Tyrone.
Parliamentary Division: South Tyrone.
Poor Law Union: Dungannon.
District Electoral Division: Caledon.
Townland: Glenarb.
Constabulary District: Aughnacloy.
Sub-District: Caledon.
Barony: Lower Dungannon.
Parish: Aghaloo.

No. on Form B: 1:
- 1 uninhabited dwelling house

No. on Form B: 2:
- 1 inhabited dwelling house
- 1 family in the house
- 2 males, 1 female, total: 3 persons
- Roman Catholic: 2 males, 1 female

No. on Form B: 3:
- 1 inhabited dwelling house
- 1 family in the house
- 2 males, 2 females, total: 4 persons
- Roman Catholic: 2 males, 2 females

No. on Form B: 4:
- 1 inhabited dwelling house
- 1 family in the house
- 1 male, 1 female, total: 2 persons
- Roman Catholic: 1 male, 1 female

No. on Form B: 5:
- 1 inhabited dwelling house
- 1 family in the house
- 1 male, total: 1 person
- Roman Catholic 1 male

Form B. 1.—House and Building Return:

House no. 1:
- Built (as opposed to "Building")
- Private Dwelling
- 11 out-offices
- house not inhabited
- landholder: Edward McGee, Glasgow

House no. 2:
- Built
- Private Dwelling
- 2 out-offices
- house inhabited
- walls of stone, brick, or concrete
- roof of thatch, wood, or other perishable material
- 2, 3, or 4 rooms
- 4 windows in front
- class of house: 2nd
- 1 family in the house
- head of family: William Miller [sic]
- 3 rooms occupied
- 3 persons in the family
- Form A collected April 2
- landholder: Edward McGee, Glasgow

House no. 3:
- Built
- Private Dwelling
- 11 out-offices
- house inhabited
- walls of stone, brick, or concrete
- roof of slate, iron, or tiles
- 5 or 6 rooms
- 6 windows in front
- class of house: 2nd
- 1 family in the house
- head of family: Joseph McGee
- 6 rooms occupied
- 4 persons in the family
- Form A collected April 2
- landolder: Joseph McGee

House no. 4:
- Built
- Private Dwelling
- 1 out-office
- house inhabited
- walls of stone, brick, or concrete
- roof of slate, iron, or tiles
- 2, 3, or 4 rooms
- 1 window in front
- class of house: 3rd
- 1 family in the house
- head of family: John Jordan
- 2 rooms occupied
- 2 persons in the family
- Form A collected April 2
- landholder: Joseph McGee

House no. 5:
- Built
- Private Dwelling
- 1 out-office
- house inhabited
- walls of stone, brick, or concrete
- roof of slate, iron, or tiles
- 2, 3, or 4 rooms
- 1 window in front
- class of house: 3rd
- 1 family in the house
- head of family: Patrick Murphy
- 2 rooms occupied
- 1 person in the family
- Form A collected on April 2
- landholder: Joseph McGee

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