Census of Ireland 1891: Area, Population and Number of Houses; Occupations, Religion and Education volume III, Province of Ulster

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Count, of Antrim.] 
CENSUS OF IRELAND FOR THE YEAB 1891. 
AND POPULATION. 

tion of each Barony, Parish, TO WNLAND, and TO WNSHIP of the County of Antrim in 189i—continued, 

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Baronies, Parishes, Townlands, and 

Towns. 

TOOME, UPPER, BARONY—continued. 
AHOGHILL P., 
pt. 
of-eorc. 
BaEymontenagh Townld., 
Drumramer « Glebe » Straid » 

Total, 

ANTRIM PAR., 
pt. 
of: (a) Carngranny Townland, Creevery >• Dunsiily » Half Urmy ,, Kilbegs » Kilgavanagh „ Maghereagh ,, Quarter Lenagh „ Shanes Castle ,, Tullycreenaght „ 

Total, . 
. 

BALLYSCULLION PARisn, part ol: (c) Ballyscullion, East, 

Townland, 1,010 2 12 One Island in Lough Beg, . 
I 12 0 

Total 

ballyscullion grange Parish: Aghavary Townland, Ardnaglass ., 
Culnafay Gillistown Grange Park Killylaes Kilvillis Mill Quarter Taylorstown 

Total of Parish, 

Cranpield Parish : Cranfield Townland, 

Drummaul Parish : Aghaboy Townland, Aghaloughan Andraid Artresnahan Aughalish, Ballyealy, North, Ballyealy, South, Ballybollen Ballydunmaul Ballygrooby Ballylurgan Ballymacilroy (a) The remainder of the parish of Antrim is in the barony of Antrim Upper, see p. 
17; the entire parish contains 3,144 perso fA n£ mcrease "was attributed to houses having been built by a nobleman for his labourers. 
. 
. 
tsk l£ remainder of the parish of Ballyseullion is in the barony of Loughinshohn, County of Londonderry. 
§ £?$£$££$*iM 
t0 «*"»*» and removals-

(/} This am0unt includes the valuation of a portion of the town of Randalstown. 
PART I.—VOL. 
III.