Note: The Civil Parish of Kenmare ceased to be used for census purposes in the mid nineteenth century when District Electoral Divisions (DEDs) were introduced.
The Civil Parish of Kenmare was split between the DEDs of Cappagh and Kenmare:
Cappagh DED Caher East, Caher West, Cappagh, Cooragweanish, Cummeenboy, Currabeg, Derreenacahill, Derrylahan, Doughill, Dromatouk, Fustane Lower, Fustane Upper, Gearhadiveen, Gortalassa, Gortalinny North, Gortalinny South, Gortlahard, Gortnacurra, Kilgortaree, Kilpatrick , Lackaroe, Letter Lower, Letter Upper, Rossboy and Tullig townlands.
Kenmare DED Ballygriffin, Barraduff, Cappamore, Carhoomeengar East, Carhoomeengar West, Carrignahihilan, Derrygarriv, Derrynacaheragh, Derrynacoulagh, Dromanassig, Dromcahan East, Dromcahan West, Dromneavane, Gortagass, Gortnaboul Lower, Gortnaboul Upper (nil), Gortnadullagh, Gortrooskagh, Gowlane, Inchimore, Istalea Lower, Istalea Upper, Kenmare, Kenmare Old, Kilcurrane East, Kilcurrane West, Kilkeana, Killowen, Killmurry, Lissaniska, Lissyclearig Lower, Lissyclearig Upper, Mucksna, Rusheens, Tooreenbreanla townlands and Kenmare Town.
- 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 Kenmare DED FHL British Film 838560
1901 Census Cappagh DED FHL British Film 838561 Item 1
1911 Census Kenmare DED FHL British Film 2170768 Item 3, 2170769, 2170770 Item 1
1901 Census Cappagh DED FHL British Film 2170770 Item 3