This project was funded by the Heritage Council and Galway City Council as an action of the Galway City Heritage Plan. As part of Galway City Council's policy of making information on heritage freely available, a summary brochure, with a map of each of Galway City's 28 areas is being prepared. These are being printed along with a clear, easy to use map as a guide for those who visit our graveyards. The Monuments on the maps are numbered and are linked to the and Galway City Council ( websites.

Organised by the Heritage Office, Sligo County Council, the project was delivered by John Tierney of the Historic Graves Project. The Sligo Historic Graveyard Training Project is an initiative of Sligo Heritage Forum and is an action of the County Sligo Heritage Plan 2016-2020.  The project is funded by Sligo County Council and The Heritage Council.

A group of graveyards surveyed & published by the Silvermines Historical Society in 2016. Cover photograph was taken by Michael Hynes.

In the early 19th century the British government came up with a plan to fund assisted emigration programs for Irish people who were desperate. Peter Robinson was selected to lead one of the earliest expeditions. The advertisement which proclaimed the emigration scheme stated categorically that only a limited number of Settlers would be chosen to emigrate to Upper Canada.

Funded by the Heritage Council & Roscommon County Council this project is designed to train communities throughout the county to survey & publish their historic graveyards. Training took place in Autumn 2015 in 9 graveyards and the results of the training workshops are published here. A further five graveyards were surveyed by community groups in 2019, also organised by Nollaig Feeney and funded by the Heritage Council & Roscommon Co. Co.

Date/Time  Wednesday 04th March 2015 at 13:15 (launch) – exhibition running until April 10th 2015

Event: Library Exhibition entitled "Religious Art of Cork Graveyards"

Location: LHQ Gallery in the County Library, Carrigrohane Rd., Cork

A community-led historic graveyard recording project  in West Cork, Ireland. Funded and promoted by West Cork Development Partnership and supported by Cork County Council, historic graveyard recording and publication training was provided to community groups by the Historic Graves team in 31 graveyards.