1911 census of Ireland - Jones in the parish of Drumcree

Source: National Archives of Ireland (Dublin). Census of Ireland of 1911. Digital images produced in partnership with Library and Archives Canada; online, www.census.nationalarchives.ie (accessed 2017-07-05). Transcribed by Alison Kilpatrick, 2017-07-05. Please cite your sources.

Extracts, with notes:

Compare to the Jones households enumerated in the 1901 census of Ireland.
¶ indicates a household which, or occupant who, was enumerated in 1901.

… in Annagh townland:

There were no Jones households enumerated in this townland in 1901.

House no. 1.

  • Henry Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 33, Factory yarn winder, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Jane, wife, do., do., age 24, do., married 6 years, 4 children born and 4 living, born in co. Armagh
  • Joseph, son, do., cannot read, age 5, single, born in co. Armagh
  • William James, son, do., do., age 3, do., ...
  • Bertha, daughter, do., do., age 1, do., ...
  • Robert, son, do., do., age 6 months, do., ...
  • Johanna Keane, servant, Methodist, reads and writes, age 17, Domestic Servant, single, born in co. Armagh

The family lived in a second class house, having five rooms, three windows in front, and walls made of stone, brick, or concrete. The first page of the Out-Offices and Farm-Steadings Return is missing.

☛ Henry was the same as was enumerated in 1901, in the household of Eliza Jane Jones, age 55, widow, in Carleton street, Portadown. Link to page re: marriage registration for Henry Jones and Jane Gorden, 1905-08-11.

House no. 3.

  • Joshua Jones, head of family, Presbyterian, reads and writes, age 24 or 27, Linen yarn worker, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Sarah, wife, do., do., age 26, Linen yarn weaver, married 7 years, 3 children born and 3 living, born in co. Armagh
  • Ethel, daughter, do., cannot read, age 6, scholar, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Robert, son, do., do., age 4, born in co. Armagh
  • Lucy, daughter, do., do., age 3, do.

The family lived in a second class dwelling, having five rooms, three windows in front, and walls made of stone, brick, or concrete. The first page of the Out-Offices and Farm-Steadings Return is missing.

☛ Joshua was Henry Jones’ brother (see enumeration, above) was enumerated in 1901, in the household of Eliza Jane Jones, age 55, widow, in Carleton street, Portadown. Link to page re: marriage registration for Joshua Jones and Sarah Gorden, 1904-07-06.

House no. 13.

  • Edward Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 29, Weaver, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Maria, wife, do., do., age 29, married 5 years, 3 children born and 3 living, born in co. Armagh
  • Maud, daughter, do., cannot read, age 4, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Annie Evelina, daughter, do., do., age 3, do., ...
  • Elizia, daughter, do., do., age 6 weeks, do., ...

The family lived in a second class house, having five rooms, three windows in front, and walls made of stone, brick, or concrete. The first page of the Out-Offices and Farm-Steadings Return is missing.

☛ Edward was brother to Henry and Joshua (see enumerations, above), and was enumerated in 1901, in the household of Eliza Jane Jones, age 55, widow, in Carleton street, Portadown. Link to page re: marriage registration for Edward Jones and Maria Magee, 1906-04-21.

¶ House no. 16.

  • Eliza Jane Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads, age 70, widow, born in co. Armagh
  • Anna Margaret Grimley, daughter, do., reads and writes, age 31, Stitcher, widow, 4 children born and 4 living, born in co. Armagh
  • William Henry Grimley, grandson, do., do., age 9, scholar, born in co. Armagh
  • Edward Grimley, grandson, do., do., age 7, do., ...
  • Thomas James Grimley, grandson, do., cannot read, age 5, do., ...
  • Eliza Victoria Grimley, granddaughter, do., do., age 3, born in co. Armagh
  • Lizzie Kilpatrick, lodger, Wesleyan Methodist, cannot read, age 27, Handkerchief stitcher, born at Glasgow

The family lived in a second class house, having five rooms, three windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete. The first page of the Out-Offices and Farm-Steadings Return is missing.

☛ Link to page re: registrations of deaths of Eliza Jane Jones, 1921-02-27, and Edward Grimley, 1909-05-16.

House no. 51.

No census enumeration was found to correspond with this house number. However, according to the House and Building Return, the name of the head of the family was Sarah Jones, who was renting from Jone Jones. The dwelling was described as a third class house, having two rooms, two windows in front, and walls made of mud, wood, or other perishable materials. No outbuildings.

… in Ballyworkan townland:

¶ House no. 9.

  • Isabella Jones, head of family, Methodist Church, reads and writes, age 38, widow, 7 children born and 7 living, born in co. Armagh
  • Jennie, daughter, do., do., age 16, scholar, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Lucie, daughter, do., do., age 14, do., ...
  • Marjorie Eveline, daughter, do., do., age 12, do., ...
  • John Stewart, son, do., do., age 10, do., ...
  • Ethel Mary, daughter, do., do., age 8, do., ...
  • William Francis, son, do., do., age 7, do., ...
  • Edna Elizabeth, daughter, do., reads, age 5, do., 

The family lived in a second class house, having six rooms, four windows in front, and walls made of mud, wood, or other perishable materials. The outbuildings were numerous, including a stable, coach house, cow house, calf house, two piggeries, fowl house, boiling house, barn, turf house, potato house, and shed.

Link to biographical notes for William Jones of Ballyworkan (1858–1906).

… in Clownagh townland:

There were no Jones households enumerated in this townland in 1901.

¶ House no. 46.

  • John Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 56, Bookkeeper and Farmer, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Mary, wife, do., do., age 52, married 32 years, 11 children born and 8 living, born in co. Down
  • Cosslett H.W., son, do., do., age 19, Tailor, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Jennie, daughter, do., do., age 17, do., ...
  • William Nassau, son, do., do., age 15, scholar, do., ...
  • Albert Edward, son, do., do., age 14, do., 
  • Mary Adeline, daughter, do., do., age 12, do., 

The family lived in a second class dwelling, having seven rooms, three windows in front, and walls made of mud, wood, or other perishable materials. The outbuildings includes a stable, coach house, cow house, calf house, piggery, fowl house, boiling house, turf house, and shed.

☛ This family was enumerated in Hanover street, Portadown in the 1901 census.

Link to page re: birth registration for Coslet Jones, 1890-12-13.

… and in Corbrackey:

¶ House no. 12.

  • Richard Wetherall, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 45, Farmer, born in co. Armagh
  • Margaret [née Jones?], wife, do., do., age 38, married 16 years, 7 children born and 6 living, born in co. Armagh
  • Thomas, son, do., do., age 15, Farm labourer, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Richard, son, do., do., age 14, do., ...
  • Samuel, son, do., do., age 12, scholar, ...
  • James, son, do., reads cannot write, age 9, do., born in co. Armagh
  • Mary, daughter, do., do., age 4, do., ...
  • John, son, do., cannot read or write, age 2, 

The family lived in a second class house, having four rooms, four windows in front, and walls of mud, wood, or other perishable materials. The outbuildings included a stable, cow house, calf house, piggery, fowl house, and shed.

¶ House no. 23.

  • Rachel Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 74, Farmer, Widow, born in co. Armagh
  • Edna Jones, grand daughter, do., do., age 7, scholar, born in co. Tyrone

The family lived in a second class house, having eight rooms, four windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete. The outbuildings consisted of a stable, cow house, two piggeries, fowl house, boiling house, barn, turf house, and shed.

Link to page re: civil registrations of the deaths of William Jones of Portadown [Corbrackey?], 1907-10-02, and Rachel Jones of Corbrackey, 1918-07-16.

House no. 24.

  • Alfred Jones, head, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 34, Farmer, married 8 years, born in America
  • Eliza, wife, do., do., age 30, married 8 years, 5 children born and 4 still living, born in co. Tyrone
  • William, son, do., reads, age 6, scholar, born in co. Tyrone
  • Mary, daughter, cannot read, age 4, born in co. Tyrone
  • Alfred, son, age 1, born in co. Armagh

The family lived in a third class house, having two rooms, two windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete. No outbuildings were reported.

☛ According to the death registration and will calendar index entry for Rachel Jones who died in 1918 (see enumeration directly above), Alfred Jones was her son. Link to page re: marriage registration for Alfred Jones, then of Milltown, Dungannon, 1902-05-19.

☛ Was Alfred Jones related to Jessie Jones, who was born in North Carolina, and was enumerated in the 1911 census (see below) in House no. 71, in Garvaghy road?

¶ House no. 25.

  • John Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 72, Farmer, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Rachel, wife, do., do., age 65, married 30 years, 2 children born and 2 living, born in co. Armagh
  • William Joseph, son, do., do., age 27, Farmer’s son, single, born in county Armagh
  • Mary, daughter, do., do., age 23, Farmer’s daughter, do., ...

The family lived in a second class house, having three rooms, three windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete. The outbuildings consisted of a stable, cow house, calf house, piggery, fowl house, boiling house, barn, and turf house.

☛ Link to page re: death registration for John Jones, 1920-03-19, and also to page re: marriage registration for his daughter, Mary Jones, 1914-07-08.

… in Derryall:

No Joneses enumerated in 1901 or 1911, whereas there had been two Jones households in 1865.

… in Derryanvil:

No Joneses enumerated, whereas there had been one household in 1901, and Joneses on this townland from the mid-1700s or earlier.

… in Derrycory:

¶ House no. 11.

  • Ralph Jones, head, information refused about religious denomination, reads and writes, age 36, Farmer & carpenter, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Robert W., brother, do., do., age 23, Farmer, do., 
  • Sarah A., sister, do., do., age 31, single, do.
  • Emma M., sister, do., do., age 19, Dressmaker, do., 
  • Annie J., sister, do., do., age 17, Dressmaker’s apprentice, do., …

The family lived in a second class dwelling, having six rooms, five windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete. The outbuildings included a stable, cow house, dairy, piggery, fowl house, and barn.

☛ Link to page re: index entry in will calendars for Ralph Jones of Derrycory, and to page re: marriage registrations for Sarah Alice Jones, 1917-09-07, and for Emma Jones, 1915-08-12.

… in Derrymacfall:

¶ House no. 2.

  • Hamilton Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 62, Labourer, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Mary Anne, wife, do., do., age 54, married 30 years, 8 children born and 8 living, born in co. Armagh
  • Hamilton, son, do., do., age 20, Labourer, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Emma, daughter, do., do., age 18, Linen winder, do., ...
  • John Power, boarder, do., cannot read, age 5, born in co. Armagh

The family lived in a second class house, having two rooms, three windows in front, and walls of mud, wood, or other perishable materials. The outbuildings included a cow house and piggery.

☛ Link to page re: death registrations for Hamilton Jones, 1920-08-20, and also for William John Jones of Derrymacfall, 1919-05-05 (though the latter was not enumerated in this townland in 1911); and to page re: birth registration for Hamilton Jones, jun., 1892-01-08.

¶ House no. 4.

  • Edward Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 58, Farmer, single, born in co. Armagh

Edward Jones lived in a third class dwelling, having two rooms, two windows in front, and walls made of wood, mud, or other perishable materials. The outbuildings included a stable, coach house, and cow house.

… in Derryvane:

¶ House no. 1.

  • Ralph Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 75, Farmer, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Elizabeth, wife, do., do., age 71, married 51 years, 9 children born and 5 living, born in co. Armagh
  • William, son, do., do., age 35, Farmer’s son, widower, born in co. Armagh
  • Samuel James, grandson, do., do., age 8, scholar, single, do.

The family lived in a second class house, having three rooms, five windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete. The outbuildings included a stable, coach house, two calf houses, a fowl house, and a barn.

House no. 4.

  • Thomas James Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 47, Farmer, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Fanny, wife, do., do., age 45, married 18 years, 6 children and 6 living, born in co. Donegal, speaks Irish and English
  • Ralph A., son, do., do., age 17, Farmer’s son, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Thomas J., son, do., do., age 16, do., …
  • Robert J., son, do., do., age 15, do., …
  • Margaret E., daughter, do., do., age 11, scholar, do., born in co. Mayo
  • William, son, do., do., age 10, do., …
  • Anabella J., daughter, do., do., age 5, do., ...

The family lived in a second class house, having five rooms, five windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete. There was just one outbuilding, a stable.

☛ In the 1901 census, the family was enumerated at the R.I.C. [Royal Irish Constabulary] Barrack at Tallagh in the parish of Kilcommon, county Mayo. This enumeration is included on the 1901 census page, under Derryvane.

… in Druminallyduff:

House no. 3.

  • Stewart Jones, head of family, Methodist, reads and writes, age 42, Farmer, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Sarah, wife, do, do., age 41, married 21 years, 5 children born and 4 living, born in co. Armagh
  • William, son, do., do., age 18, Drug apprentice, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Marjorie, daughter, do., do., age 13, scholar, do., 
  • Mary, daughter, do., do., age 10, do., 
  • Francis Jones, son, do., do., age 9, do., 

The family lived in a second class dwelling, having four rooms, four windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete. The outbuildings consisted of a stable, cow house, calf house, piggery, fowl house, barn, potato house, and shed.

☛ No Joneses were enumerated in the 1901 census in Druminallyduff. The Stewart Jones household had been recorded in Mahon townland in 1901.

… in Drumnakelly:

No Joneses enumerated in 1901, whereas there had been two households in 1865.

… in Maghon or Mahon:

House no. 7.

  • John Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 54, Butcher and farmer, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Alice, wife, do., do., age 48, married, married 9 years, 2 1 child born and 1 living [sic], born in co. Armagh
  • John Robert, son, do., do., age 13, scholar, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Elizabeth Ann, daughter, do., age 7, do., ...
  • May Elizabeth Forbes, servant, Presbyterian, reads and writes, age 21, Domestic servant, single, born in co. Armagh

The family lived in a first class house, having ten rooms, five windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete. The outbuildings consisted of a stable, coach house, cow house, calf house, dairy, two piggeries, fowl house, boiling house, barn, shed, and store.

☛ In the 1901 census, John Jones and his son, John Robert, were recorded in Market street, Portadown. Link to page re: birth registration for Elizabeth Ann Jones, 1903-08-09, and page re: registration of the marriage of John Jones and Alice Rountree, 1902-03-25.

☛ The Stewart Jones household, which had been enumerated in this townland in 1901, was living in Druminallyduff by 1911 (for which, see enumeration above).

… in Muckery:

House no. 13.

  • Thomas Wright, head, Protestant Episcopalian, reads and writes, age 65, Farmer, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Ann Wright, wife, Church of Ireland, do., age 63, married 30 years, 2 children born, born in co. Armagh
  • Martha Jones, servant, do., do., age 10, scholar, born in co. Armagh

The family lived in a third class dwelling, having two rooms, three windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete. The outbuildings included a cow house and shed.

☛ This may have been the same Martha Jones who was enumerated in 1901 in the household of Margaret Wetherall in Corbrackey, when Martha was described as Margaret’s niece. Link to page re: marriage registration for Martha Jones of Corcrain (Portadown), 1920-06-16.

… in Mullantine:

No Joneses enumerated in 1901, whereas there had been one household in 1865.

… in Portadown:

¶ House no. 13, in Castle avenue.

  • Thomas Jones, head of family, Roman Catholic, reads and writes, age 72, Gardener, widower, [widowed] 7 years, 10 children born and 5 living, born in co. Donegal, speaks Irish and English
  • Thomas, son, do., do., age 31, Labourer dock, single, born in co. Down
  • Susan, daughter, do., do., age 32, [no occupation stated], do., ...
  • James, son, do., reads, age 29, Labourer farm, do., born in Dumbarton, Scotland
  • Agnes, daughter, do., reads and writes, age 24, Weft winder, do., born at Portadown, co. Armagh
  • Thomas Knipe, nephew, Church of Ireland, do., age 5, born at Castlewellan, co. Down

The family lived in a second class house of four rooms, two windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete, with a coal house outside.

¶ House no. 3, in Foundry street.

  • Joseph Jones, head of house, Methodist Church, reads and writes, age 38, Fire man, married, born in [portawsh?], co. Armagh
  • Mary, wife, do., do., age 37, married 12 years, 3 children born and 3 living, born in co. Armagh
  • George, son, do., do., age 10, scholar, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Sarah, daughter, do., do., age 5, do., ...
  • Joseph, son, do., age 2, born in co. Armagh

The family lived in the neigbourhood of the Foundry, in a second class house, having three rooms, two windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete.

☛ In the 1901 census, this family was enumerated in Park road, Portadown.

House no. 45, in Garvaghy road.

  • Joseph Jones, head of family, Presbyterian, reads and writes, age 29, Weaver, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Isabella, wife, do., do., age 28, married 5 years, 4 children born and 4 living, born in co. Armagh
  • Norman Bannerman, son, do., cannot read, age 4, born in co. Armagh
  • Eric, son, do., do., age 3, do.
  • Evans, son, do., do., age 3, do.
  • Christina Hazell, daughter, do., do., age 10 months, do.
  • Ruth Stevenson, boarder, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 22, Winder, born in co. Armagh

The family lived in a second class house, having four rooms, three windows in front, and walls made of stone, brick, or concrete, with a coal house outside.

☛ Link to page re: marriage registration for Joseph Jones of Portadown and Isabella Poole, 1905-07-20. Joseph was probably the son of Eliza Jane Jones whose family was enumerated in the 1911 census (see above) in house no. 16, in Annagh.

House no. 71, in Garvaghy road.

  • Jessie Jones, head, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 22, Groom, single, born in the state of North Carolina, USA

Mr. Jones lived in a third class house, having two rooms, one window in front, and walls of mud, wood, or other perishable materials, with a coal house outside.

☛ Was Jessie Jones related to Alfred Jones who was also born in the USA, and was enumerated in the 1911 census (see above) in house no. 24, Corbrackey?

House no. 19, in Jervis street.

  • Thomas Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 27, Stoker at factory, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Mary, sister, do., do., age 20, Cotton winder, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Ellen, sister, do., do., age 17, Linen wiver [weaver], do., ...
  • Emily, sister, do., do., age 14, [no occupation], do., …

The family lived in a second class house, having four rooms, three windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete. No outbuildings were recorded.

☛ This family was enumerated in the 1901 census  in West street, Portadown, with their mother Letitia Jones. Link to page re: death registration for Letitia Jones, 1906-07-20.

House no. 13, in Mary street.

  • Edward Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 31, General servant, married, born at Portadown
  • Caroline, wife, do., do., age 40, Weaver, married 7 years, no children, born at Portadown

Mr. and Mrs. Jones lived in a second class dwelling, having four rooms, three windows, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete, with a shed outside.

☛ Link to page re: marriage registration for Edward Jones, son of Hamilton Jones of Derrymacfall (see 1911 enumeration, above), and Caroline Hanna, 1902-06-26.

¶ House no. 14, in Mary street.

  • James Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, cannot read, age 64, Labourer general, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Mary An, wife, do., reads and writes, age 55, married 30 years, 2 children born and 2 living, born in co. Armagh
  • Minnie, daughter, do., do., age 27, Winder, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Edward, son, do., do., age 18, Labourer general, do., ...

The family lived in in a second class dwelling, having four rooms, three windows, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete, with a turf house outside.

☛ Link to page re: marriage registration for Edward Jones and Charlotte Green, 1917-11-02.

House no. 22, in Mourneview street.

  • John Levingston, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 59, Tailor, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Emily, wife, do., do., age 46, married 34 years, 10 children born and 9 living, born in co. Armagh
  • five Levingston children
  • Edith Jane Jones, grand daughter, do., do., age 10, scholar, single, born in county Armagh

The family lived in a second class house, having seven rooms, three windows in front, and walls made of stone, brick, or concrete, with a turf house outside.

☛ Edith Jane Jones’ parents were Edward Jones and Elizabeth Margaret (Lizzie) Jones née Levingston, who were enumerated in the 1901 census in Mourne View street, Portadown.

House no. 15, in South street.

  • Charles Jones, head of family, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 28, Mechanic, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Annie, wife, do., do., age 24, married 7 years, 4 children born and 4 living, born in co. Armagh
  • Joseph, son, do., do., age 6, scholar, born in co. Armagh
  • William Robert, son, do., do., age 4, do., ...
  • Ernest, son, do., cannot read, age 2, born in co. Armagh
  • Hilda, daughter, do., do., age 1 month, do.

The family lived in a second class dwelling, having six rooms, two windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete, with a turf house outside.

☛ Link to page re: marriage registration for Charles John Alexander Jones, son of John and Mary Jones of Clownagh townland (see 1911 census enumeration, above), and Annie Davidson, 1904-02-20.

¶ House no. 105, in Thomas street.

  • William M’C. Jones, head, Methodist, reads and writes, age 58, Printer-compositor, married, born in co. Down
  • Mary, wife, do., do., age 57, married 33 years, 6 children born and 3 living, born in co. Armagh

Mr. and Mrs. Jones lived in a primarily residential neighbourhood with a couple of shops, in a first class dwelling, having nine rooms, five windows in front, and walls of stone, brick, or concrete, with a turf house outside.

House no. 46 in West street.

  • Robert Hyde, head of house, Church of Ireland, reads and writes, age 50, Veterinary surgeon, married, born in co. Armagh
  • Margaret, wife, do., do., age 48, married 17 years, 1 child born and 1 living, born in co. Armagh
  • Emily Maud, daughter, do., do., age 15, scholar, single, born in England
  • Violet Wentworth Wilson, boarder, do., do., age 18, do., born in co. Antrim
  • Albert Edward Jones, do., … age 41, Photographer, widower, born in England
  • Gertrude Eveline Jones, do., … age 17, scholar, single, born in co. Armagh
  • Albert Halligan Jones, do., … age 15, do., …

The family and their boarders lived in a first class house, having six rooms, eight windows in front, and walls made of stone, brick, or concrete.

☛ In the 1901 census, Albert Edward Jones and his family were enumerated in Carleton street, Portadown. Link to page re: death registration for Albert’s late wife, Margaret Ann Jones, 1907-06-28.

House no. 145 in West street.

  • Martha Matthews, head of family, Methodist, reads and writes, age 63, Grocer, widow, 9 children born and 8 living, born in co. Down
  • Elizabeth, daughter, do., do., age 23, single, born in co. Armagh
  • John M. Jones, boarder, Latter Day Saints, do., age 28, Elder in Church, single, born in USA
  • Cleon A. Harding, do., …, age 21, do., …

The last page of the House and Building Return is missing. The outbuildings included a turf house and a shed.

… in Selshion:

No Joneses enumerated in 1911, whereas there had been one household in 1901.

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