Jane Lyon Church postings Presbyterian Church (1931), The Methodist Church, The Church Of Ireland (1931), The Roman Catholic Church In Ireland (1931), Diocese Of Cloyne & Ross - Rc Parishes & Post Towns, Presbyterian & Methodist Religions, Baptist Union Of Cork, Congregational Churches In Ireland,
Civil Parishes Vs. Religious Unions. Posted to thw cork mailing list
Walker's Hibernian Magazine By Henry Farrar; London, England; 1890. Irish Marriages Being An Index To The Marriages In 1771 To 1812. Link submitted by Cathy Joynt Labath to Shamrock list.
St. Bedes, Melbourne, AustraliaIf you think you may have had a nun in your Irish family. Check out this site. They have a database of 100s of nuns who were in Australia. Link submitted by Jim to Rootsweb.
Irish churches web site a site where researchers are able to view pictures of the churches attended by their ancestors. Submitted by Joanne Mitchell.
All RC parishes RC Parish addresses in Co. Cork, my page - also has some maps.
Irish Parish Records Collection Maritime History Archive, Memorial University of Newfoundland, St. John's, Newfoundland Canada. 1671-1900 [microfilm] 41 reels.
This collection consists of microfilm copies of many Roman Catholic parishes in the counties of Kerry, Kilkenny, Waterford, Wexford and Donegal, as well as many Church of Ireland parishes in counties Cork and Waterford. There are also vestry books for two parishes in County Clare: Castletown Arra and Killahoe. The main concentration is from 1750-1880. The collection is indexed by parish.
The researcher must provide the name of the parish and the approximate dates that they wish to have searched. Link submitted by Bill Dalton to the Rootsweb Cork list.
Diocese of Cloyne Catholic Dioceses - History. Link submitted by Michael Cronin to Rootsweb Co. Cork mailing list.
The Mercy Nuns (Mercy High School, Burlingame, California web site) who arrived in San Francisco in 1854 came from the Mercy convent in Kinsale which was establshed in 1849.
See also Sisters of Mercy founded by Catherine McAuley. Links submitted by Jerry Dwyer to Co. Cork mailing list.
Castlemagner Parish These sites will take you to Castlemagner Parish, You will find much history and other notable items of interest on the parish including the Castlemagner
Tom Berry is still the owner (farmer) that is the owner of the land the
Magner Castle is located on today. Link submitted by IrishGenes1 to Co. Cork mailing list. http://www.magner.org/historynotes.htm http://www.magner.org/cover1.htm http://www.iol.ie/~edmo/
Submitted by IrishGenes1 to County Cork mailing list.
Charleville Marriages - May 1832, Baptisms - April 1833 - submitted by Amy. Posted to the cork mailing list.
Charleville Catholic Church, Interior of on windows, Exterior Catholic Church Charleville, Plaque Outside The Church, Plaques Inside and Outside The Church, Co. Cork posted by Patty Pickett to the cork mailing list.
Dunmanway Baptisms and Marriages St. Patricks. Submitted by Sheila Macauley. Posted to the cork mailing list.
Dunmanway Baptisms and Marriages Lordon surname. Submitted by Candi McCarthy Zizek. **not posted to any mailing list. (21 Mar 2003.
Dunmanway Baptisms and Marriages From National Library. Submitted by Candi McCarthy Zizek. **not posted to any mailing list**. (21 Mar 2003).
Enniskeane. Baptismal records from the 1800's from the RC Church. They include a wide assortment of names, including Ahern, Crowley, Brien, Buttimer, Carroll, Coakly, Coghlan, Connolly, Crowley, Cullinane, Daly, Donovan, Driscoll, Hennessy, Hodnett, Hurley, Leary, Lordan, Mahony,
McCarthy, Murphy, Swanton, and others. Most of the records include the names of the sponsors, and some give the name of the townland. A few have details about marriages.Posted to Genexchange Co. Cork List - Ginni Swanton's Page.
Holy Trinity (Christ Church) 1643-1699. The Cork register of the parish of Holy Trinity (Christ Church)
1643-1699, which has just been published, contains the earliest register of
baptisms, marriages and burials recorded by the Church of Ireland.
Dr Susan Hood, assistant librarian and archivist with the Representative
Church Body Library in Dublin, describes the register as a rare and
important document - one of only five extant Church of Ireland registers to
pre-date 1650 - which contains the names of hundreds of Cork citizens who
married, christened their children and buried their dead in Cork during the
Paperback, including index of names. ISBN: 0-9523000-2-8. Price: IR/STG £9.95. Link submitted by Denis Grant to Co. Cork mailing list.
Inchigeelagh Church Records- baptisms from O'Kief, Coshe Mang, Slieve Lougher & Upper Blackwater in Ireland 1816 thru 1900. Transcribed by Alice Finnegan. Posted to the cork mailing list. Updated 16 Jan 2003
Inchigeelagh Church Records- Marriages from O'Kief, Coshe Mang, Slieve Lougher & Upper Blackwater in Ireland 1816 thru 1900. Transcribed by Alice Finnegan. Posted to the cork mailing list. Updated 16 Jan 2003
Keel and Kiltallagh, Catholic Parish of , Co. Kerry Marriage records 1804 - 1820. These parishes are in Kerry but some of the townlands listed are in Cork (Gurranes, Boulteen). Link suggested by Ginni Swanton. on Genexchange Co. Cork mailing list.
Prout, Father. Biography.
The name by which the Rev. Francis Sylvester Mahony (O'Mahony),
author of "The Bells of Shandon", is generally known; from the Catholic Encyclopedia web site. Link submitted by Denis Grant to Cork City mailing list.
St. Mary and St. Anne Catholic Cathedral.
St. Anne's Shandon is the Protestant Church of Ireland church of Shandon
Bells fame. It is easily confused with St. Mary's and St. Anne's the
Catholic Cathedral which is within a stones throw of it.
There is no cemetery attached to either Church. I don't know if there are
vaults in the Catholic Cathedral. As for records someone else earlier wrote
that the records at St. Mary's and St. Anne's were in process of being
computerized offsite and that only the records dating from 1900 were
aavailable at present on site.
Link submitted by Denis Grant to Cork City mailing list.