Census Series

The Irish place of origin is usually not found in state and federal censuses enumerations that occur in the United States or Canada. However, there are exceptions where fastidious census enumerators recorded the Irish county of birth for the person enumerated. This list is an effort to document all of those examples. It will be added to as I write blog posts for each example. You can click each location for more detailed information.

Year
Census Type
Location - Place, County, State
Approx.
Number
1850
U.S. Federal
80
1851
CAN Ontario
316
1860
U.S. Federal
2,662
1860
U.S. Federal
562
1860
U.S. Federal
3,190
1860
U.S. Federal
323
1870
U.S. Federal
79
1870
U.S. Federal
Scranton, Lackawanna County, Pennsylvania Part 1  Part 2
583
1880
U.S. Federal
63
TOTAL
7,901

8 comments:

  1. Luckily all of my Irish ancestors ended up in Savannah, Georgia!

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  2. The enumerator who worked the fourth ward in Milwaukee, Milwaukee County, Wisconsin for the 1860 federal census also noted counties in Ireland.

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  3. cmkinhunter,

    Many thanks, I'll add that location to the list of places to write about.

    Cheers,

    Joe

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