The largest religious census was undertaken in 1766. Each Church of Ireland minister was asked to provide a listing of all members of each denomination in his parish.
The number after the name gives the number of people in the household.
Parish of Donoghil (Tipperary South)1766 : Michael Darmody, Thomas Darmody, Walter Darmody, James Darmody
Parish of Killevinogue: Thomas Darmody 6, John Darmody 4, William Darmody 3.
Parish of Knockgraffon (Tipperary South): Mich Fanning, John Fanning
Parish of Mealiffe or Moyaliffe (6 miles S.W. from Thurles): David Fannin 6, David Fannin.
Cullen, Soloheadmore, Soloheadbeg and Cluggin. 1766: Jonathan Darmody.
United parishes of Latin, Bruis, Shronill, Corrogue, Clonpet & Cordangan -,Civil Parishes in South Tipperary. Adjoining names will be neighbours: John Ryan, Timothy Nihill, William Ryan, James Giffin [Griffin], Richard Molowny, Daniel Ryan, John Shehane [Sheehan], Daniel Ryan, William Fannin, William Pendergast, Darby Murphy, James Murphy, Thomas Glasheen, Cornelius Raverty, Malachy Dunnavane, John Hackett, Roger Corbet, Darby Reardon, Pat Comenane (Cummin], Richard Power, John Fannin, Robert Fannin.
Parish of Newchapel: John Faning.
Full lists are at Religious Census 1766 IGP