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Fertility control early in marriage in Ireland c. 1900

Cormac OМЃ GraМЃda

Fertility control early in marriage in Ireland c. 1900

some local contrasts

by Cormac OМЃ GraМЃda

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Published by University College Dublin, Department of Economics in Dublin .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fertility, Human -- Ireland -- Statistics.,
  • Birth control -- Ireland -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Cormac Ó Gráda and Niall Duffy.
    SeriesWorking paper (University College Dublin. Centre for Economic Research) -- WP93/21.
    ContributionsDuffy, Niall., University College Dublin. Centre for Economic Research.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination13p. ;
    Number of Pages13
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19160391M

    A fascinating look at the old Irish Brehon Laws and how they legislated for sex and marriage within Irish Gaelic society. Very informative and interesting to see how in so many ways the Behon Laws were so much were sensible and compassionate then either the English legal system which was imposed on Ireland and the oppressive laws in the areas of sex and marriage enacted after by: 4.   Ireland’s history in the Nineteenth Century saw the seeds sown that explains Ireland’s history in the Twentieth Century. The so-called ‘Irish Problem’ did not suddenly occur in one set year in the Nineteenth Century. Ireland’s problems go much further back. Oliver Cromwell, who governed Britain in the mid-Seventeenth Century and at the time when .

    Buy Fertility, Class and Gender in Britain, (Cambridge Studies in Population, Economy and Society in Past Time) by Szreter, Simon (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Simon Szreter.   12/12/11 Households and Family Structures in Ireland. One-in-Three Families Departs from Traditional Model One-in-three families in Ireland departs from the traditional model of a married couple both of whom are in their first marriage. This is one of many findings to emerge from the most detailed statistical study to-date of the structure of Irish families, which is published today (12/12/).

    2 Census of Ireland, BPP, xc pp and 8 Census of Ireland, BPP cxvm pp 4 Report of Emigration Commission, Dublin p 43, Ulster Year Book, Belfast, , p 60 The figures for Northern Ireland included m these totals relate to the year File Size: 1MB. Deputy Keeper of Ireland, Index to the Act or Grant Books, and to Original Wills, of the Diocese of Dublin (26th, 30th and 31st Reports, , ) Donegal cemetery records Farrar's Index to Irish Marriages


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some local contrasts: Authors: Ó Gráda, Cormac; Duffy, Niall Author: Cormac Ó Gráda, Niall Duffy. Data were extracted from the Irish manuscript census to study the regional variation in the extent and character of family limitation strategies in Ireland a century ago.

Regression analysis of the data shows evidence of ‘spacing’ in both urban and rural Ireland. Further analysis of the so-called child ‘replacement’ problem also produces results consistent with ‘spacing’.Cited by: 6. Asexpected, fertility early in marriage was highest in County Clare, with children arriving an average of every two years as compared to every three years in Tyroneand every four years in Rathgar.

Thus, for some of these parents, a spacingstrategy had been employed by the turn of the by: 6. " Fertility Control Early in Marriage in Ireland a Century Ago," Journal of Population Economics, Springer;European Society for Population Economics, vol.

8(4), pagesNovember. [16] F. Kennedy () Cottage to Crèche: family change in Ireland (Dublin: Institute of Public Administration), pp.

– [17] Census, D/T, NAI, SB. In the case of British professional couples, Szreter notes the importance of spacing from early on in a marriage. Szreter, Fertility, Class and Gender in Britain, –, p.

Cited by: 8. Downloadable. In most western societies, marital fertility began to decline in the nineteenth century. But in Ireland, fertility in marriage remained stubbornly high into the twentieth century. Explanations of this focus on the influence of the Roman Catholic Church in Irish society.

These arguments are often backed up by claims that the Irish outside of Ireland behaved the same way. Marriage in Early Ireland Donnchadh Ó Corráin There was a controversy amongst early Irish lawyers (about AD ) as to whether monogamy or polygamy was the more proper and one clerical lawyer solved the problem by reference to the Old Testament: if the chosen of God (here he may beFile Size: KB.

From to the Great Famine of to Most western European couples between and lived in small households consisting of a married couple and their children.

This couple did not marry until they were able to move out of their own parents' household and. The history of birth control, also known as contraception and fertility control, refers to the methods or devices that have been historically used to prevent pregnancy. Planning and provision of birth control is called family planning.

In some times and cultures, abortion had none of the stigma which it has today, making birth control less important; abortion was in practice a means of birth. Social Media.

Follow Us On Twitter. Visit Us On Facebook. Our Awards. UK & Rest Of World Contacts. Honorary Secretary: Peter Manning Honorary Treasurer: Terry Hatche Address: The Irish Genealogical Research Society, 18 Stratford Avenue, Rainham, Gillingham. Women who married in England in the s bore an average of more than six children while their granddaughters who married in the s bore fewer than three children, as the national birth-rate moved towards its nadir in (Anderson,pp.

28, 39).Some have explained this demographic change as the result of a transformative reversal of ‘intergenerational flows of wealth'.Cited by: Ireland, fertility in marriage remained stubbornly high into the twentieth century.

Explanations of Ireland’s late entry to the fertility transition focus on the influence of the Roman Catholic Church in Irish society. These arguments are often backed up by claims that the Irish outside of Ireland.

Can we tell a similar story for the high marital fertility of Irish immigrants. Fig. 1 presents for the United States and Ireland the cumulative distributions of children ever-born for women married in their 20s, who had been married 25–34 years in or The United States data pertain to urban areas (population or more) outside the South where four-fifths of first-generation Cited by: This chapter examines the progession of class differentials in marriage and fertility patterns in Ireland over the period.

The study of social class patterns is particular important for understanding family change. Social class is and was a. Index to selected Ireland marriages. Only a few localities are included and the time period varies by locality.

Due to privacy laws, recent records may not be displayed. The year range represents most of the records. A few records may be earlier or later. The Early Irish Marriage Index represents years of work by Roz McCutcheon, one of the IGRS’s longest-standing members.

Now in an online database, her index can be searched for details of marriages that have been published in numerous resources, and serves as a pointer towards the original record. Marriage Age Until when a law was passed that both men and women could not wed until the age of 16, Irish females could legally be wed at age 12 and males at age While most women married around the age of 20, pre-famine brides were often younger.

This book offers an original interpretation of the history of falling fertilities in Britain between and It integrates the approaches of the social sciences and of demographic, feminist, and labour history with intellectual, social, and political history.

It exposes the conceptual and statistical inadequacies of the orthodox picture of a national, unitary class-differential.

All Collections ‎ > Birth, Marriage & Death ‎ > Marriage & Divorce ‎ > Ireland Marriages, Ireland Marriages, 1, records. Index to selected Ireland marriages. Only a few localities are included and the time period varies by locality.

Ireland Marriage & Divorce. The fertility of the Irish in the United States in Article in Explorations in Economic History 43(3) July with 21 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Get this from a library! The Irish: emigration, marriage, and fertility.

[Robert E Kennedy] -- "While all other European nations increased in population during the [nineteenth] century, the population of Ireland decreased at every census except one between and ; the number of persons. The aim of this book is to distinguish some of the more interesting elements of Irish life which are indeed peculiar to Ireland from those which Ireland shares, to a greater or lesser degree, with other countries"--Includes bibliographical references (pages ) commitment to retainPages:   by the early twentieth century, the irish in ireland generally avoided first cousin marriage, although second cousin marriage did happen not infrequently.

in some more remote places, however, first cousin marriages were quite common, but these were odd pockets of populations and were not typical of the general population.