Search for your Irish ancestors from Kilkenny in this publication.
The records are presented as a PDF (Portable Document Format). The Kilkenny registers & records comprises the Castlecomer Census Index 1901 compiled in 2000 by Tom Delany from the 1901 census held at the National Archives of Ireland.
Castlecomer is located in the north Kilkenny. Its name comes from the Irish, Caislean an Chumair, meaning the castle of the river confluence. In the 12th century, the Normans built a castle in the town at the junction of the rivers Deen, Brocagh, and Cloghogue.
The publication is a summary of the population of Castlecomer in the 1901. It begins with an introduction and then lists the names, ages, and occupations of the all the inhabitants. On image number 204 is the beginning of an index of all the names found in the publication.