The 1901 and 1911 Census provided vital information on Clowrys around the start of the 1900s. The National Archives of Ireland has digitised the 1901 and 1911 Census of Ireland and it can be searched here: http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/ In terms of Clowrys in the 1901 and 1911 Census, you must remember to search not only for the surname “Clowry” but also for misspellings such as “Clowery, Clowrey, Cloury, Clowey, Clowny, Cluwey” etc.
As mentioned in the main article: Clowrys in Irish Census, there is one Clowry in Kildare in the 1911 Census. She is based in the Townparks area of Castledermot. View more detailed information below.
As mentioned in the main article: Clowrys in Irish Census, there are two Clowry families in Kildare in the 1901 Census. They are located in Castledermot and Clane Town. View more detailed information below.
I have been working on a worldwide Clowry family tree. So far I have 30 branches which I am trying to merge together. The branches are held on the geni.com website. You need to have a free account to access these trees and also you may need to be part of my family group. Either way if you are having problems with the links below, please let me know.
In my previous post, Clowrys in Irish Newspapers – Part 1, I stated that I would upload all of the Clowry Irish Newspaper articles.
You can know download them here: Clowry Irish Newspaper articles ZIP format
(Please note that there are over 400pages in the above file. The file size is 110MB. This file can take a few minutes to download it)
Newspapers archives can contain a wealth of information for family history. For a small fee(usually €10) you can get access to old newspaper articles online.
Two websites that I have used to date for Clowry Genealogy research in Ireland are: