Writers quote figures for annual estimates of population based on differing time periods including the calendar year, figures estimated in April and mid-year figures. I am using the sets of figures issued in “Documenting Ireland: Parliament, People and Migration”Open PDF
Looking at a sample of 1,200 prison records for County Cork for the period 1834 to 1839 inclusive we find offences included Breaking windows, Robbing an orchard, Stealing a watch, Trespassing on a bog, Being a vagrant, Breaking trees, to name but a few. More details are on the pdf file herewith.Open PDF
Review of the frequency and location of Crowley / Crowly and Keohane / Keoghane / Keohan surnames in Ireland in Tithe Applotment Books, Griffith's Valuation of Ireland, Census 1901 and Census 1911.Open PDF
Article by kind permission of Oliver Doyle.
Data of Bandon town from the Census of 1901 and Census 1911 summarised under various headings.Open PDF
A comparison of the four West Cork Towns of Bandon, Bantry, Clonakilty and Skibbereen under various headings taken from the returns of the 1911 Census of IrelandOpen PDF