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Census Of Ireland, 1901

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This census extract was submitted by Sharon. Her great grandfather is no. 8, Thomas Coyle who, served in the RIC for 28 years.

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 Form H – Return of Military, R.I. Constabulary or Metropolitan Police, in Barracks.      No. on Form B. 28

 County, Donegal Parliamentary Division, South Donegal Poor Law Union, Donegal District Electoral Division, Donegal Townland, Donegal Parliamentary Borough,                              City,                             Urban District, Donegal Town or Village, Donegal Street, The Diamond

 GENERAL RETURN of the Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, Privates, and others who were Quartered in the Royal Irish Constabulary Barrack of Donegal on the Night of Sunday, the 31st of March, 1901, and of those who arrived on Monday, the  1st of April, who were not enumerated elsewhere.

 

NUMBER

Initial Letters of Christian Name or Names and of Surname

RANK

RELIGIOUS PROFESSION

EDUCATION

AGE

OCCUPATION

MARRIAGE

WHERE BORN

IRISH LANGUAGE

Christian Name

Surname

State the particular Rank or Occupation. (Note – In the case of Military, the Title of the Corps should also be entered in this column)

State here the particular Religion, or Religious Denomination, to which each person belongs. (Members of the Protestant Denominations should not be described by the vague term “Protestant” but by the name of the particular Church Denomination, or Body, to which they belong, should be entered.)

Whether he can “Read and Write” can “Read only, or “Cannot Read”.

Years on last Birth-day

State the particular Profession, Trade, or other Employment of each Person before Enlistment or appointment.

Whether “Married” or “Widower” or “Not Married”

If in Ireland, state in what county or City; if elsewhere, state the name of the County

Write the word “IRISH” in the initials of each person who speaks IRISH only, and the words “IRISH and “ENGLISH” opposite the initials of those who can speak both languages. In other cases no entry should be made in this column

1

J.

P.

Sergeant

Roman Catholic

Read & Write

42

Farmers son

Married

Cork

Irish & English

2

W.M.

C.

Acting Sergeant

Church of Ireland

Do-

39

Farmers son

Married

Armagh

 

3

J.

P.

Constable

Church of Ireland

Do-

39

Farmers son

Married

Down

 

4

J.

C.

Constable

Roman Catholic

Do-

34

 

Single

Mayo

Irish & English

5

S.

G.

Constable

Presbyterian

Do-

32

Farmers son

Single

Tyrone

 

6

S.

D.

Constable

Roman Catholic

Do-

32

Farmers son

Single

Roscommon

 

7

T.W.

W.

Constable

Church of Ireland

Do-

29

Farmers son

Single

Fermanagh

 

8

T.

C.

Constable

Roman Catholic

Do-

28

Farmers son

Single

Mayo

Irish & English

9

M.

Mc.

Constable

Roman Catholic

Do-

26

Farmers son

Single

Cavan

 

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