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Irish in British censuses
Irish people appear in the ten-year censuses from 1841 to 1901 as just born in Ireland. Ahigh number of migrants were single so parents who were both given as born in Ireland may have met and married here, and originated in quite different parts of Ireland

Snippets: October ‘Our Ancestors and the Law’ Response Two: James Donohue and Folsom Prison