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Civil Parishes Dublin Ireland

Civil Parishes Dublin Ireland – I wonder, how many know the names of each civil parish in Dublin? 

Dublin has, or had 79 civil parishes.  She has 45 Roman Catholic Parishes.  She had 8 Poor Law Unions (these later became Civil Registration Districts).  For Dublin the Church of Ireland Representative Body Library in Dublin has parish records.

Civil Parish
Arderrig
Artaine
Baldongan
Baldoyle
Balgriffin
Ballyboghil
Ballyfermot
Ballymadun
Balrothery
Balscaddan
Booterstown
Castleknock
Chapelizod
Cloghran
Clondalkin
Clonmethan
Clonsilla
Clontarf
Clonturk
Coolock
Cruagh
Crumlin
Dalkey
Donabate
Donnybrook
Drimnagh
Dublin City
Esker
Finglas
Garristown
Glasnevin
Grallagh
Grangegorman
Hollywood
Holmpatrick
Howth
Kilbarrack
Kilbride
Kilgobbin
Kill
Killeek
Killester
Killiney
Killossory
Kilmactalway
Kilmacud
Kilmahuddrick
Kilsallaghan
Kiltiernan
Kinsaley
Leixlip
Lucan
Lusk
Malahide
Monkstown
Mulhuddert
Naul
Newcastle
Oldconnaught
Palmerston
Palmerstown
Portmarnock
Portraine
Raheny
Rathcoole
Rathfarnham
Rathmichael
Saggart
St. Margaret's
St. Peter's
Santry
Stillorgan
Swords
Tallaght
Taney
Tully
Ward
Westpalstown
Whitechurch

The ‘civil’ parish and the Roman Catholic parish are NOT the same group of townlands They are separate entities in relation to genealogical research.  Catholics can or could live in one civil parish and be members of a relgious parish with a different name.

Please remember some of these parish spellings might not be exactly as they are today.

‘Search Page’ the IrlAtlas Townland Search form. When you go to this page you will find a form into which you can fill in the parish name and then learn more about the townlands that were in that parish at the time of the 1851 census of Ireland.  You do not have to fill out every column of the form.

The web page to which you are being directed above is hosted by the Leitrim Roscommon Genealogy web site.  The book from which the list of placenames was created was based on the townlands listed in the Irish 1851 census and a man who we all knew as John Broderick a.k.a. Sean Ruad (R.I.P.) was responsible for having the whole book typed up by helpful individuals over a number of years.  This book the ‘General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes & Baronies of Ireland’, which was printed by Alexander Thom & Co. of Dublin, gives you the size of a townland, the barony that the townland was in, the name of the civil parish, and the name of the Poor Law Union. 

Dublin Genealogy

Civil Parishes Down Ireland

Civil Parishes Down Ireland – I wonder, how many know the names of each civil parish in Down? 

Down has, or had 70 civil parishes.  She has 40 Roman Catholic Parishes.  She had 8 Poor Law Unions (these later became Civil Registration Districts).  For Down the Church of Ireland Representative Body Library in Dublin has 1 set of parish records.

Civil Parish
Aghaderg
Annaclone
Annahilt
Ardglass
Ardkeen
Ardquin
Ballee
Ballyculter
Ballyhalbert alias St. Andrew
Ballyknileer
Ballyphilip
Ballytrustan
Ballywalter
Bangor
Blaris
Bright
Castleboy
Clonallan
Clonduff
Comber
Donaghdee
Donaghcloney
Donaghmore
Down
Dromara
Dromore
Drumballyroney
Drumbeg
Drumbo
Drumgath
Drumgooland
Dundonald
Dunsfort
Garvaghy
Grey Abbey
Hillsborough
Holywood
Inch
Inishargy
Kilbroney
Kilclief
Kilcoo
Kilkeel
Killaney
Killinchy
Killylea
Kilmegan
Kilmood
Kilmore
Knockbreda
Lambeg
Loughinisland
Maghera
Magheradrool
Magherahamlet
Magheralin
Magherally
Moira
Newry
Newtownards
Rathmullan
Saintfield
Saul
Seapatrick
Shankill
Slanes
Tullylish
Tullynakill
Tyrella
Warrenpoint

The ‘civil’ parish and the Roman Catholic parish are NOT the same group of townlands They are separate entities in relation to genealogical research.  Catholics can or could live in one civil parish and be members of a relgious parish with a different name. 

Please remember some of these parish spellings might not be exactly as they are today.

‘Search Page’ the IrlAtlas Townland Search form. When you go to this page you will find a form into which you place names and then learn more about these places at the time of the 1851 census of Ireland.  You do not have to fill out every column of the form.

The web page to which you are being directed above is hosted by the Leitrim Roscommon Genealogy web site.  The book from which the list of placenames was created was based on the townlands listed in the Irish 1851 census and a man who we all knew as John Broderick a.k.a. Sean Ruad (R.I.P.) was responsible for having the whole book typed up by helpful individuals over a number of years.  This book the ‘General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes & Baronies of Ireland’, which was printed by Alexander Thom & Co. of Dublin, gives you the size of a townland, the barony that the townland was in, the name of the civil parish, and the name of the Poor Law Union. 

Roman Catholic Parish records for Down online at National Library of Ireland

Civil Parishes Donegal Ireland

Civil Parishes Donegal Ireland – I wonder, how many know the names of each civil parish in Co. Donegal? 
Donegal County has, or had 52 civil parishes.  She has 40 Roman Catholic Parishes.  She had 10 Poor Law Unions (these later became Civil Registration Districts).  For Donegal the Church of Ireland Representative Body Library in Dublin has parish records .

Civil Parish
Aghanunshin
All Saint's
Aughnish
Burt
Clonca
Clondahorky
Clondavaddog
Clonleigh
Clonmany
Convoy
Conwal
Culdaff
Desertegny
Donagh
Donaghmore
Donegal
Drumhome
Fahan Lower
Fahan Upper
Gartan
Glencolumbkille
Inch
Inishkeel
Inishmacsaint
Inver
Kilbarron
Kilcar
Killaghtee
Killea
Killybegs Lower
Killybegs Upper
Killygarvan
Killymard
Kilmacrenan
Kilteevoge
Leck
Lettermacaward
Mevagh
Mintiaghs of Barr of Inch
Moville Lower
Moville Upper
Muff
Raphoe
Raymoghy
Raymunterdoney
Stranorlar
Taughboyne
Templecarn
Templecrone
Tullaghobegley
Tullyfern
Urney

The ‘civil’ parish and the Roman Catholic parish are NOT the same group of townlands They are separate entities in relation to genealogical research.  Catholics can or could live in one civil parish and be members of a relgious parish with a different name. 

Please remember some of these parish spellings might not be exactly as they are today.

‘Search Page’ the IrlAtlas Townland Search form. When you go to this page you will find a form into which you place names and then learn more about these places at the time of the 1851 census of Ireland.  You do not have to fill out every column of the form.

The web page to which you are being directed above is hosted by the Leitrim Roscommon Genealogy web site.  The book from which the list of placenames was created was based on the townlands listed in the Irish 1851 census and a man who we all knew as John Broderick a.k.a. Sean Ruad (R.I.P.) was responsible for having the whole book typed up by helpful individuals over a number of years.  This book the ‘General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes & Baronies of Ireland’, which was printed by Alexander Thom & Co. of Dublin, gives you the size of a townland, the barony that the townland was in, the name of the civil parish, and the name of the Poor Law Union. 

Donegal Roman Catholic Parish records available online at the National Library of Ireland website

Civil Parishes Cork County Ireland

Civil Parishes Cork County Ireland – I wonder, how many know the names of each civil parish in Cork County? 

Cork is divided into a number of areas, Cork East, Cork Middle and Cork West. A lot of Civil Parishes. Cork has, or had 252 civil parishes.  She has 101 Roman Catholic Parishes.  For Cork the Church of Ireland Representative Body Library in Dublin has a number of parish records .

Civil Parish
Abbeymahon
Abbeystrowry
Aghabulloge
Aghacross
Aghada
Aghadown
Aghern
Aghinagh
Aglish
Aglishdrinagh
Ardagh
Ardfield
Ardnageehy
Ardskeagh
Athnowen
Ballinaboy
Ballinadee
Ballintemple
Ballyclogh
Ballycurrany
Ballydeloher
Ballydeloughy
Ballyfeard
Ballyfoyle
Ballyhay
Ballyhooly
Ballymartle
Ballymodan
Ballymoney
Ballynoe
Ballyoughtera
Ballyspillane
Ballyvourney
Barnahely
Bohillane
Bregoge
Bridgetown
Brigown
Brinny
Britway
Buttevant
Caheragh
Caherduggan
Caherlag
Cannaway
Carrigaline
Carrigdownane
Carrigleamleary
Carrigrohane
Carrigrohanebeg
Carrigtohill
Castlehaven
Castlelyons
Castlemagner
Castletownroche
Castleventry
Churchtown
Clear Island
Clenor
Clondrohid
Clondulane
Clonfert
Clonmeen
Clonmel
Clonmult
Clonpriest
Clontead
Cloyne
Coole
Cooliney
Corbally
Corcomohide
Corkbeg
Creagh
Cullen
Cullen
Currykippane
Dangandonovan
Derryvillane
Desert
Desertmore
Desertserges
Donaghmore
Doneraile
Drinagh
Drishane
Dromdaleague
Dromtarriff
Drumdowney
Dunbulloge
Dunderrow
Dungourney
Dunisky
Dunmahon
Durrrus
Fanlobbus
Farahy
Fermoy
Garranekinnefeake
Garrycloyne
Garryvoe
Glanworth
Gortroe
Grenagh
Hackmys
Holy Trinity Cork
Ightermurragh
Imphrick
Inch
Inchigeelagh
Inchinabacky
Inishannon
Inishcarra
Inishkenny
Island
Kilbolane
Kilbonane
Kilbrin
Kilbrittain
Kilbrogan
Kilbroney
Kilcaskin
Kilcatherine
Kilcoe
Kilcorcoran
Kilcorney
Kilcredan
Kilcrohane
Kilcrumper
Kilcully
Kilcummer
Kildorrery
Kilfaughnabeg
Kilgarriff
Kilgrogan
Kilgullane
Kilkerranmore
Killaconenagh
Killanully
Killaspugmullane
Killathy
Killeagh
Killeenemer
Killowen
Kilmacbea
Kilmacdonogh
Kilmaclenine
Kilmahon
Kilmaloda
Kilmeen
Kilmeen
Kilmichael
Kilmocomoge
Kilmoe
Kilmoney
Kilmonoge
Kilmurry
Kilnaglory
Kilnagross
Kilnamanagh
Kilnamartery
Kilpatrick
Kilphelan
Kilquane
Kilquane
Kilroan
Kilroe
Kilsallagh
Kilshanahan
Kilshanig
Kilworth
Kinneigh
Kinsale
Kinure
Knockavilly
Knockmourne
Knocktemple
Lackeen
Leighmoney
Leitrim
Liscarroll
Liscleary
Lisgoold
Lislee
Lismore & Mocollop
Litter
Little Island
Macloneigh
Macroney
Macroom
Magourney
Mallow
Marmullane
Marshalstown
Matehy
Middleton
Mogeely
Mogeesha
Monanimy
Monkstown
Mourneabbey
Moviddy
Myross
Nohaval
Nohavaldy
Rahan
Rathbarry
Rathclarin
Rathcooney
Rathcormack
Rathgoggan
Ringcurran
Ringrone
Ross
Rosskeen
Rostellan
Shandrum
Skull
St. Anne's Shandon
St. Finbar's
St. Finbar's
St. Mary's Shandon
St. Michael's
St. Nathlash
St. Nicholas
St. Nicholas Cork
St. Paul's Cork
St. Peter's Cork
Subulter
Templebodan
Templebreedy
Templebryan
Templemartin
Templemichael
Templemolaga
Templenacarriga
Templeomalus
Templequinlan
Templeroan
Templerobin
Templetrine
Templeusque
Timoleague
Tisaxon
Titeskin
Trabolgan
Tracton
Tullagh
Tullylease
Wallstown
Whitechurch
Youghal

The ‘civil’ parish and the Roman Catholic parish are NOT the same group of townlands They are separate entities in relation to genealogical research.  Catholics can or could live in one civil parish and be members of a relgious parish with a different name. 

Please remember some of these parish spellings might not be exactly as they are today.

‘Search Page’ the IrlAtlas Townland Search form. When you go to this page you will find a form into which you place for example the name of a parish and then you will see the names of the townlands in that parish at the time of the 1851 census of Ireland.  You do not have to fill out every column of the form.

The web page to which you are being directed above is hosted by the Leitrim Roscommon Genealogy web site.  The book from which the list of placenames was created was based on the townlands listed in the Irish 1851 census and a man who we all knew as John Broderick a.k.a. Sean Ruad (R.I.P.) was responsible for having the whole book typed up by helpful individuals over a number of years.  This book the ‘General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes & Baronies of Ireland’, which was printed by Alexander Thom & Co. of Dublin, gives you the size of a townland, the barony that the townland was in, the name of the civil parish, and the name of the Poor Law Union. 

County Cork page

Civil Parishes County Cavan

The Civil Parishes of Co. Cavan

Civil Parishes of Cavan – I wonder, how many know the names of civil parishes in Cavan? 

Cavan County has, or had 36 civil parishes.  She has 34 Roman Catholic Parishes.  She had 8 Poor Law Unions (these later became Civil Registration Districts).  For Co. Cavan the Church of Ireland Representative Body Library in Dublin has 39 sets of parish .

Civil Parishes of Co. Cavan
1.  Annageliff

2.  Annagh

3.  Bailieborough

4.  Ballintemple

5.  Ballymachugh

6.  Castlerahan

7.  Castleterra

8.  Crosserlough

9. Denn

10. Drumgoon

11. Drumlane

12. Drumlumman

13. Drumreilly

14. Drung

15. Enniskeen

16. Kilbride

17. Kildallen

18. Kildrumsherdan

19. Killashandra

20. Killinagh

21. Killinkere

22. Kilmore

23. Kinawley

24. Knockbride

25. Larah

26. Lavey

27. Loughan or Castlekeeran

28. Lurgan

29. Moybolgue

30. Mullagh

31. Munterconnaught

32. Scrabby

33. Shercock

34. Templeport

35. Tomregan

36. Urney

The ‘civil’ parish and the Roman Catholic parish are NOT the same group of townlands They are separate entities in relation to genealogical research.  Catholics can or could live in one civil parish and be members of a relgious parish with a different name.  Please consult the list of Roman Catholic parishes of Co. Carlow

Please remember some of these parish spellings might not be exactly as they are today.

‘Search Page’ the IrlAtlas Townland Search form. When you go to this page you will find a form into which you place names and then learn more about these places at the time of the 1851 census of Ireland.  You do not have to fill out every column of the form.

The web page to which you are being directed above is hosted by the Leitrim Roscommon Genealogy web site.  The book from which the list of placenames was created was based on the townlands listed in the Irish 1851 census and a man who we all knew as John Broderick a.k.a. Sean Ruad (R.I.P.) was responsible for having the whole book typed up by helpful individuals over a number of years.  This book the ‘General Alphabetical Index to the Townlands and Towns, Parishes & Baronies of Ireland’, which was printed by Alexander Thom & Co. of Dublin, gives you the size of a townland, the barony that the townland was in, the name of the civil parish, and the name of the Poor Law Union. 

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