Note: The Civil Parish of Cloghane ceased to be used for census purposes in the mid nineteenth century when District Electoral Divisions (DEDs) were introduced.
The main part of Cloghane Parish was divided into the DEDs of Brandon and Cloghane, with three townlands included in Ballyduff DED and one in Stradbally DED. The southern portion of the parish was included in Kinard DED. Ballyduff DED Drom East and West, Lisnamovaun
Brandon DED Arraglen, Ballymore, Farran, Lisnakealwee, Maghanaveel, Murirrigane, Slieveglass, Teer
Cloghane DED Ballynalacken, Ballyquin, Cappagh, Cloghane, Clogharee, Cloonsharragh, Coumeenycorraun, Faha, Glanshanacuirp, Mullaghveal, Slievadrehid
Kinard DED Ballineesteenig, Ballingarraun, Ballynahow, Emlagh, Lisdargan, Reenboy
Stradbally DED Fermoyle
- Kerry County Library, Tralee has the 1901 Census on microfilm.
- The Family History Library of the Church of the Jesus Christ of Latter Day saints also has the 1901 and 1911 census on microfilm.
The films should be available from one of the church's Family History Centers. You can locate the nearest to you by searching at www.familysearch.com.
The relevant films are:
1901 Census Ballyduff DED FHL British Film 838555 Item 2
1901 Census Brandon DED FHL British Film 838556 Item 1
1901 Census Cloghane DED FHL British Film 838556 Item 2
1901 Census Kinard DED FHL British Film 838558 Item 2
1901 Census Stradbally DED FHL British Film 838556 Item 2
1911 Census Ballyduff DED FHL British Film 1936710 Item 2
1911 Census Brandon DED FHL British Film 1936710 Item 3
1911 Census Cloghane DED FHL British Film 1936712 Item 1
1911 Census Kinard DED FHL British Film 1936743 Item 1
1911 Census Stradbally DED FHL British Film 1936712 Item 3