Date April 2, 1911
Place Edendoit Townland, Desertcreat Civil Parish, Pomeroy Registrar’s District, County Tyrone, Ireland


1911 Census of Ireland
house 22 in Edendoit (The Rock, Tyrone)

Boyd, William, 62, Male, Head of Family, Farmer, Married
Boyd, Sarah, 50, Female, Wife, Married 27 years, 8 children, 8 alive
Boyd, Robert, 14, Male, Son, Scholar, Single
Boyd, George, 11, Male, Son, Scholar, Single
Boyd, Florence, 7, Female, Daughter, Scholar, Single

All were members of the Church of Ireland, all were born in County Tyrone. All could read and write. None could read or write Irish.

from form B1, the House and Building Return.
This was a private dwelling, with 6 out offices and farm steadings. The walls were brick, stone, or concrete. The roof was either slate, iron, or tile. It had 3 rooms, with 3 windows on the front of the house. All this rated it as a second class house. There was one distinct family living in it. There were 5 people in the family. The head of the house and the landholder on whose land it was situated was William Boyd.

The Enumerator's Abstract summarized that there were 3 males and 2 females in the one family in this house, and all were members of the Church of Ireland.

The Out-Offices and Farm-Steadings Return form says that the buildings on the farm beside the house were: 1 stable, 1 cow house, 1 piggery, 1 fowl house, 1 barn, and 1 turf house.

William signed the return.





Source References

  1. 1911 Census of Ireland
      • Page: house 22 in Edendoit (The Rock, Tyrone)