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Posted: Sun Jan 23, 2011 2:31 pm 

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Would anyone know where the original,or a full microfilm of this resource is held? It is currently being transcribed on the igp archive but the pages/people I want haven't appeared yet. I have one sheet which came via a contact in 2001 from the Clare Heritage Centre which implies they had/have the material in some format.

Lucille Ellis

BTW great to have found you all again - hiding in plain view on the Clare Library site! Makes me wonder what else I've missed!

Posted: Fri Jan 28, 2011 11:48 pm 

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Location: Ireland
What's the URL for the pages that have already been transcribed, please?


Posted: Sat Jan 29, 2011 10:38 am 

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Scans of the original document: ... index.html

and the transcriptions: ... malbay.txt

Note: these links no longer work. See correct links below. They must have renamed the igparchives folder as IGPArchives - and it looks like the website is on a Unix server (which is case sensitive).

Last edited by mcreed on Mon Nov 30, 2015 12:52 pm, edited 1 time in total.

Posted: Sun Oct 07, 2012 9:47 pm 

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Location: Ballina, Killaloe
Are the pages on the igp-web site the only ones that have survived, or are there more originals somewhere waiting to be photographed and transcribed?

I'm looking for the Burkes of Doonsallagh East; only Doonsallagh west is in these extracts!

These townlands are in Kilmurry Ibrickan civil parish, but appear to be in Miltown Malbay catholic parish for the purposes of this census and probably ever since the parishes were separated on the death of the parish priest of the united parishes in 1839 (something Kevin O'Brien pointed out to me recently).

[Mullagh and Miltown Malbay were administered jointly until Fr. McGuane P.P. died in 1839 (see http://obrienkilmurryibricakne.blogspot ... e-and.html and Limerick Chronicle 30 Mar 1839: 'The Rev. Anthony M`Guane, P.P. of Miltown and Kilmurry, county Clare.').]

Posted: Tue Nov 03, 2015 5:32 pm 

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Location: Ballina, Killaloe
The census has been moved from the links provided by mcreed above, or at least the URLs have become case-sensitive.

The images are now at ... index.html

The transcriptions are now at ... malbay.txt

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