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1933 Ennis Voting Register

Title: Register of Dáil Electors, Local Government Electors and List of Jurors
Type: Voting Register

Ennis 1933 Voting Register

Transcriber/Donator: Organised by Clare Roots Society. Wholly trasncribed by Marianne McGough with the support of Larry Parks, Eric Shaw and Larry Brennan.

Transcriber Notes:

A hard copy of the Ennis 1933 Voting Register is available in the Local Studies Centre, Clare County Library. This transcription is from the 1933 Voter Register for Ennis Urban Districts No. 1 through No. 4 and the Ennis Rural District for Dáil Elections and Local Government Elections.
The 1918 General Election took place in December and was the first election in which women over the age of 30 with a property qualification and men over the age of 21 could vote. Previously, all women and most working-class men had been excluded from voting. In 1922, the Constitution of the Irish Free State granted the vote and full citizenship to all men and women over 21.
General Elections were held in the years 1922, 1923, 1927, 1933, 1937 and 1938. The intervention of WWII brought about the suspension of elections.
Archival support was provided by the staff of Clare County Library’s Local Studies Centre - Peter Beirne and Brian Doyle. In keeping with the Clare Roots policy, CRS have donated the transcribed material for publication on the Clare Library website.

1933 Voting Registers (all in .xlsx format)
Ennis Urban Districts 1-4 and Rural District (alphabetical)
Ennis Urban District No. 1
Ennis Urban District No. 2
Ennis Urban District No. 3
Ennis Urban District No. 4
Ennis Rural District
Map of Municipal Boundaries Commission 1880 and Ennis Urban Districts 1-4


Ennis UDC Coat of Arms

Ennis Urban District Council coat of arms granted in 1986
(taken from the arms on old seal of the Borough of Ennis, abolished in 1840)

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