This database includes Melvins of counties Mayo and Sligo in the 1901 census. Family groups can be identified by the family number in the first column.

Our focus is on the counties of Mayo and Sligo in Ireland as they appear to be one of the principal areas of origin for the surname Melvin. We welcome all inquiries from Melvin researchers and any contributions of Melvin family histories that are in some way connected to the counties of Mayo and Sligo. The entries presented in this database were compiled by Joe Egan from information contained in the 1901 census of Ireland. For possible further information on individual entries contact Joe at We hope you find some of your Melvin ancestors here and in turn share with us your discoveries. 

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