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Census of Ireland 1901

The Census enumerated 53 persons in 13 households; a ratio of 4.1 people per household. The households occupied a total of 27 rooms, a ratio of 2 rooms per household and 1.9 people per room. Two of the households occupied 4 rooms; eight occupied 2 rooms and three occupied 1 room (total of 12 people).

Native Irish Speakers

There were no native Irish speakers identified by the Census.

Unlike the scheme adopted in the townlands, the names are not listed alphabetically and the following table reproduces the order in which they appear in the records.

Griffiths Valuation Census of Ireland First NI Revaluation Second Revaluation
1864 1901 1935 1957 1970
Morton James McCormick James Clarke Thomas Martin Mary A. Martin Mary A.
Stephens Eliza McCardle James Martin Mary Martin Joseph (offices) Kieran Margaret
Stitt William (garden) Hughes Eliza McAlister William A. McAllister William J. Teelin James
Corrigan John Larkin James Brennan John O'Callaghan Maureen Martin Peter
Shales Michael Shields Eliza Martin Peter Martin Peter Fitzpatrick Patrick
James Larkin Corrigan Anne White Bridget Fitzpatrick Patrick Larkin Mary
Duffy Cormack Hughes James Larkin James Larkin Mary Shields Annie (garden)
McAllister Thomas Watters Susan Shiels Annie Shields Annie (garden) McQuillan Patrick
McArdle James Martin Patrick Martin Mary Martin J. Hughes Patrick
McDonnell Anne Lennon Thomas Hughes Michael Hughes Patrick Martin Patrick
  Shields Francis   Martin Patrick  
  Cumiskey James      
  Ellis Mary      

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