Reference: St Mary's Church of Ireland Tipperary

List of surnames in St Mary's graveyard

1

GIBSON

Reference: St Joseph's Cemetery Tipperary

List of surnames in St Joseph's Cemetery

1

McKEONE

Reference: Killavinoge Tipperary

List of surnames in Kilavinogue Graveyard

1

KEOGH

Reference: Convent of the Sisters of Mercy Cemetery Tipperary

List of surnames of the Sisters of Mercy

1

LESMOND

Reference: Drishane Cork

The Evolution of the Parish of Millstreet

Evolution of the Parish of Millstreet

Diocesan Structure

The division of the country

A detailed look at some of the 19th century...

Drishane Graveyard: Burial place of some Millstreet families from the nineteenth Century.

McCarthy coat of arms

This information (a section of a school magazine) was provided by Sister Peter Drishane Convent

Reference: St. Luke's Dublin

Nadine tells us about her classes survey of St....

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Reference: Canovee (Cannaway) Cork

Prayers At Canovee Graveyard Nov 14 This a video of Prayers for the Dead at Canovee Graveyard in November 2014 with Fr. Bernard O...
St. John the Baptist Church Canovee

Unmarked graves

There are many unmarked graves in the Canovee Graveyard and it is important to record any information available about them. The Cork County

Other burial grounds

While the graveyard at Bawnatemple is the main burial place in the old parish of Cannaway, there are some other burial grounds in the area.

Football in the Keel

Jackie Dunlea, Loughleigh, once told me that in his young days - the early 1900's - apart from bowling and lifting heavy stones their

Early medieval Canovee

Folklore in Cannavee

This story was included in a project entitled Bawnatemple Graveyard put together by four girls in Canovee N.S., Helen Dunne, Angie Moynihan,

Graveyard Passage

The Dunne family were planning to build a house on their farm at Mahalough in 1914. They decided to build the house on the eastern side of

Church stones used

Peter Murphy told me that when they were building his own home, a cottage in Killinardrish, in 1935, they used the stones from the ruin of the old

Reference: Glasgow Necropolis

Scott Kerr tells us about the William McGavin...

Scott Kerr is a local historian and member of the Friends of the Glasgow Necropolis. In this story

Audio of Scott Kerr recorded on site in the Glasgow Necropolis in May 2014. Scott is a tour guide...

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Reference: CO-MULT-0253

Rebecca Winspeare McCarty

Rebecca Winspeare McCarty was the youngest child of William Winspeare Rogers McCarty and Eleanor Heagarty of Cork City, one of

Reference: St Lachtain's Kilkenny

Freshford village

Freshford is situated on the banks of the Nuenna river which flows through the heart of the village. The river name is the Anglicised spelling of