The cemetery is close to the Shelbourne Hotel on Stephen's Green, Dublin but is normally locked. You can look through the railings and see the gravestones clearly. The Huguenots were French Protestants expelled from France in the seventeenth century and encouraged to locate in Ireland due to an Act passed by the (then) Irish Parliament.
Take the R 700 road from Kilkenny to Thomastown. The cemetery is beside the Catholic Church in the village of Bennettsbridge. This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total of 135 records.
he following Brosna cemetery transcriptions were taken from "Brosna Snippets of the Past" compiled by Josie McCreesh for the Brosna Heritage Company Ltd in 1999. Listed with the assistance of the Student Summer Scheme 1998.
This cemetery is on the Dublin, Kilkenny Road about 4 miles from Kilkenny City. It is signposted from the main road. Clara Church was build in 1870. The cemetery developed shortily after that. These are all of the readable stones in Clara Cemetery. There are many without information buried here.
This cemetery is in the townland of Clontubbrid in Freshford, Co Kilkenny Ireland. This is not a complete listing of burials! The records below were provided by contributors to Cemetery Records Online. Total of 11 records.
Take a right turn at the traffic lights at St. John the Evangelist Church Turn into Hebron Rd and pass Nolan Park on the right side. You can see the gate of the graveyard at a T junction further along this road on the right hand side. St. Kieran's was opened in 1933. Total of 103 records.
Includes records for Baltinglass, Davistown, Dunlavin, Heighington, Kilranalagh, Leitrim, Manor Kilbride, Rathbran, Saint Kevin, Saint Mary, Saint Nicholas, Saint Patrick, and Tyneclash Old cemeteries.
There are a million people living in Dublin today and from 1828 for Goldenbridge as well as Glasnevin Cemetery from 1832, there are about 1.5 million records available for Glasnevin Trust cemeteries and crematoria.
The homepage of Irish Graveyard Surveyors. This site provides the facility to search a number of Irish graveyards to locate a specific grave or simply to browse through a graveyard or number of graveyards. You can use our search engine or our graveyard locator to find what you are looking for.
Survey conducted May 1880 by Randal McCollum complete with map to scale. This is not to be confused with a map of headstone locations; rather this is a survey of family burial plots wether or not they have a headstone. The original survey survives and is in local custody.
This cemetery is situated halfway on the R.394 Finea to Kilcogy Rd in County Cavan Ireland. This was an old Church of Ireland graveyard, now both Church of Ireland and Catholics are buried here. Many of the headstones are worn and hard to read but the graveyard is still active.
Glasnevin Cemetery is the final resting place for over 1.1 million people. At Glasnevin Trust we act as guardian to the stories of these ordinary and extraordinary people who have shaped the Ireland we live in today.
Genealogy Laois is dedicated to helping anyone researching their Irish roots to obtain tangible evidence of their ancestors from Co Laois from headstone records, that surpass written records that were destroyed in the great fire in Dublin in 1922.
Much work has been done in transcribing and publishing gravestone inscriptions. Many of the largest collections of indexed transcripts of gravestone inscriptions are now held by local Heritage Centres.
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