This graveyard is in the townland of Dunnaman, in the parish of Croom (Or recently moved to Adare?) and in the barony of Coshma. The townland lies west of the village of Croom and the N20, South east of the village of Adare, and east of the R519.
Dunnaman translates in Irish to Dun na mBeann, ( Dun means fort and ‘binn’, ‘beann’ and ‘na mbeann’ means ‘peak’, ‘cliff’ ‘point’, ie. ‘The  Fort of the Points’.
This graveyard is in the townland of Ballyneety, in the parish of  Pallasgreen and Templebraden and in the barony of Coonagh. The townland lies south of the village of Old Pallas and the N24, (Tipperary to Limerick city) is to the north, with the Limerick/Tipperary border immediately to the south.
Templebraden translates in Irish to Teampall Ui Bhrideain, ( Teampall means church and Ui Bhrideain refers to St. Bridget. The nearby Roman Catholic church is also dedicated to St. Bridget.
This graveyard is in the townland of Balline, in the parish of Emlygrennan and in the barony of Coshlea. The townland lies south of the village of Elton and the R515 and north of the village of Kilfinane and the L1511. A tributary of the Morning Star River forms part of the eastern boundery of the townland.
This graveyard is remote, located on a working farm and is accessed by crossing two fields. Travelling north on the L1511 from Kilfinane, turn left at Cush Crossroads, then take the second left.
This graveyard is in the townland of Ballygrennan, in the parish of  Kilmallock and in the barony of Kilmallock. On the R512 northwards out of KiImallock take the first road to the right.This site is located 2 km from the junction, on the southside, after a sharp bend in the road. Bulgaden lies immediately to the east, where this road joins the L1585.
The Irish name for Ardkilmartin is Ard Chill Mhartain. Ard meaning Height, high. Cill, Chill meaning church.
This graveyard is in the townland of Ballynamona, in the parish of Ballynamona and in the barony of Small County. It is located west of the R513 between Hospital to the south and Herbertstown to the North. At the first crossroads north of Hospital take a left westwards on the L8505. The graveyard and church ruins lie in a field to the west of this road. 
The graveyard is rectangular in shape, with the church ruin positioned slightly northwards of the centre. The graveyard measures ? N-S x ?
This graveyard is in the townland of Fanningstown, in the parish of Fedamore and in the Barony of Smallcounty. The townland lies north of Crecora village and north of Fedamore. It is dissected by the R511. The name Fanningstown comes from ‘Baile An Fhaininigh’, meaning the town of the Fannings, from the Irish surname Fainin (
The graveyard is set back from the road and is accessed via a narrow track and across fields. We usually park before the farmhouse.
The graveyard is enclosed by a substantial slightly curving, post-1700 wall.
This graveyard is in the townland of Fedamor' (pronounced locally 'Fedamer), in the parish of Fedamore and in the barony of Small County. It is located c.1 km east of Fedamore village on the R514, beyond the crossroads with the R511, on the left side of the road.  The Camogue River (The little winding stream, flows to the south. The name Fedamore comes from ‘Fiadh Damair’, meaning  Damar’s Wood ( According to Folklore, Damair was a Tuatha de Danann chieftain.
This graveyard and ruined church are located in the townland of Barrysfarm, in the parish of  Hospital and Herbertstown, and in the barony of Smallcounty. The site is located on the northern end of the town of Hospital, west of the Main St. The river Mahore flows immediately to the north.
The site is composed of the 19th century Roman Catholic Church, dedicated to st. John The Baptist, the Medieval church ruins and the adjoining graveyard. The Roman Catholic Church was built in 1852 in a Gothic revival style.
This church and graveyard are in the townland of Ballingaddy North, in the parish of Kilmallock/Ballingaddy and in the barony of Coshlea. The site is located immediately south of Ballingaddy Catholic Church, about 1.5 km south-east of Kilmallock town, on the L1535, off R512 road to Ardpatrick. The river Loobagh flows north-east of the graveyard.
The ruins of the church are in the north west section of the graveyard.
Close to the heart of Kilmallock town lies the ruins of Kilmallock Collegiate Church and Graveyard, dedicated to St. Peter and St. Paul. It is located in the townland of Deebert, in the parish of Kilmallock/Ballingaddy, in the Barony of Connello Upper. The ruins are located on the south bank of the Loobagh River, on Orr’s St., north of the town’s main street.
The graveyard which surrounds the church is sub-rectangular in shape and measures 63m N-S x 78m E-W. It is enclosed by a post-1700 stone wall.