One of the most useful research resources for Irish genealogy research is Shane Wilson's site at www.swilson.info, which carries many finding aids and conversion tools.
Shane has now added a wonderful new resource, the 1830 Valuation of Dublin City, in beta format, which allows you to search for residents by parish and street name. As it is in beta format, there are no finding aids available just yet, but it's a good job, and if you have Dublin ancestors from this period, as I do, you should hopefully have some fun with this!
The beta site is available at swilson.info/dubcval1830.php
(With thanks to Shane @Shanew147 via #AncestryHour)
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