In this regard, does Ireland have a census?
Civil or Government Censuses of the Population Due to the Irish Civil War of 1921-22, another census was not taken until 1926. The next census was taken in 1936. Starting in 1946, censuses were taken every five years through 1971. Since 1971, censuses have been taken every ten years.
Beside above, what happened to the Irish census records?
Documents from the 1881 and 1891 censuses were pulped during the First World War. The majority of the returns for the four censuses carried out between 1821 and 1851 were destroyed by a major fire at the Public Record Office of Ireland.
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How many Catholic parishes are in Ireland?
So, looking at the map of Irish Catholic dioceses, why not amalgamate Dromore with Armagh archdiocese, bringing its total of parishes to 84? That would still be four parishes fewer than neighbouring Down and Connor diocese (mainly Antrim and parts of Down), which has 88 parishes.