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COUNTY CORK

Cemeteries and Gravestones

  • Ballinaboy Cemetery - Murphy Headstones submitted by Dan Murphy on Rootsweb Co. Cork
  • Ballinhassig: Murphy Headstones in Ballyheada Church Cemetery. Submitted by Dan Murphy.
  • Berehaven Tombstone Inscriptions. Submitted by Patty Pickett.
  • Carrigaline and Liscleary Cemeteries - McDonnell/McDonald Headstones - submitted by Dan Murphy on Rootsweb Co. Cork
  • Doneraile Cemetery Inscriptions from Casey Vol 11, Old Court Cemetery Doneraile, Granard Cemetery Liscarroll, Killabraher Parish of Dromina, Exterior Of Churchtown Church, Kilbrogran Cemetery - submitted by Patty Pickett posted to the cork mailing list.
  • Gravestone Inscriptions British Genealogy Abbreviations and Acronyms, from Gendocs site. Posted to the cork mailing list by Pati
  • A certain number of Cork graveyards have been transcribed and published in the Journal of the Arch & Hist. Soc of Cork.
  • Cork City RC Cemeteries:
    posted to the cork mailing list.
        St. Joseph's, from 1830
        St. Finbarr's, from 1868
        Rathcooney from 1911
        Carr's Hill Pauper's Graveyard from 1846. Before this date, paupers were buried in St John's graveyard, Quaker Road or in St Joseph's.
        Prior to the opening of St Joseph's, Catholics were buried in Kilcrea near Ovens, Douglas, Currykippane near Clogheen, Carrigrohane and Kilcully near Dublin Hill.
  • Desertmore Burial Ground must count as one of the smallest, if not the smallest graveyard in Cork. There are only three families buried there: - the Hawkes of Muskerry (for whom there are no inscriptions, just a large vaulted tomb), the Madras family and the Curtis family, all Church of Ireland.
  • Dangandonovan Cemetery - Submitted by Jane Lyon
  • Headstone Insciptions - Priests buried inside the Milford Church Grounds. O'Riordan Cosgrave. Submitted by Michelle Hornery (nee Enright) ** not posted to any newsgroups. NOTE: includes photos of Milford Church and the O'Riordan and Cosgrave graves, so slow to download.
  • Irish ancestor site. This site gives lists of published headstones, estate records, directories, and other useful information. Link submitted by Michael Cronin.
  • Irish Cemeteries on the Internet. Submitted by Maureen to Rootsweb mailing list.
  • Memorials Of The Dead In Ireland, Journal Of The Association For The Preservation Of The. Volume VII, 1907-08 Transcribed From Lds Film # 1279254. Aglishdrinagh Churchyard, Kilgullane churchyard, Killeagh Churchyard, Mogeely Churchyard, Templeusque Churchyard, Monanimy Churchyard, Aglishdrinagh Churchyard, Ballymartle Church, Ballynoe, Ballyoughtera Churchyard, Ballysullagh Churchyard, Bohillane Churchyard, Donoghmore Churchyard, Garryvoe Churchyard, Ightermurragh Graveyard, Kilcrea Abbey . Submitted by Anita to Genexchange mailing list.
  • Kanturk Tombstones some McAuliffe in the area Clonfert Cemetery, Kanturk submitted by Mary McAuliffe Nigro
  • Kilbehenny Grave Inscriptions Kilbehenny Co. Limerick - 4 miles NE of Mitchelstown Co. Cork. Cemetary contains many from the Fermoy/Mitchelstown area, burials from about 1750 to about 1850. Posted to the cork mailing list.
  • Killeagh Cemetery - Submitted by Jane Lyon
  • Killeagh Burial Ground Gravestone Inscriptions, transcribed by Margaret Moon posted to the cork mailing list.
  • Lowell Mass USAInterments from Lowell and Chelmsford Mass in St. Augustine's Cemetery in South Boston 1823- 1847. Submitted by Patty Pickett. Posted to the cork mailing list.
  • Mallow St. Marys Monument Inscriptions from St. Marys Catholic Cemetery, Mallow submitted by Anita to the cork mailing list.
  • Mallow St. James Grave Inscriptions from St.James Protestant Cemetery, Mallow submitted by Anita to the cork mailing list.
  • Murrisk, Co. Mayo - Gravestone Inscriptions submitted by Daniel Geary. Surnames Groden, Gill, Gannon, Burke, Gavin Posted to the cork mailing list.
  • Mologga Cemetery Inscriptions Templemologga/Kildorrery area of North-East County Cork roughly between Doneraile and Mitchelstown. Posted to the cork mailing list.
  • St. Gobnait's Cemetery, Mallow - surnames S submitted by Anita to Genexchange.

    Photos of Grave Sites in West Cork
    Over 200 photographs of gravestones from various cemetaries, including Ballydehob, Skibbereen, Schull, Abbeystrowry, Aghyohil, Enniskeane, and Durrus. Surnames mentioned on these gravestones include Ahern, Bradfield, Collins, Copithorne, Coveney, Cullinane, Daly, Forde, Good, Hallahan, Hurly, Hingston, Kehilly, Jagoe, Kingston, Levis, Murphy, O'Donovan, O'Driscoll, O'Neill, O'Sullivan, Roycroft, Swanton, Wolfe, Vickery, and Whelton. Gravestones from Various Cemeteries in West Cork
    Ginni Swanton's Web Site

  • The Shamrock Tombstone Transcription Project which is a Special Project of the IrelandGenWeb, now has over 200 transcriptions included. This project's goal is to collect tombstone data from locations -outside of Ireland- which lists a -place of origin- in Ireland. Submitted by Maura Petzolt.
  • Co. Cork Graveyards sorted by Civil Parish. The table includes listings of published transcriptions as well. It draws upon several sources and is likely the most comprehensive list you will find in print or on the net. - Submitted by Colin Ferguson Last updated 12 Jan 2004
    Links checked 1 July 2002

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