Kilmaley Parish Magazine 1987
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Kilmaley Parish Magazine 1987

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Published by Kilmaley Hurling Club in Kilmaley, Co. Clare .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Kilmaley -- History -- Co. Clare.,
  • Kilmaley, Co. Clare.

Book details:

Edition Notes

StatementKilmaley Hurling Club.
SeriesKilmaley Parish Magazine
ContributionsKilmaley Hurling Club.
The Physical Object
Pagination76p. :
Number of Pages76
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17283490M

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Reference source: ''Kilmaley Parish Magazine'' Category: Modern printed sources: Description: Contact person: Telephone: Email: Estate records citing this source. Found 3 estate records citing this source. Estate Keane (Beech Park) Reference # QUINN, Vincent. Beechpark. , 3 ;. Families of Kilmaley Parish-A Two-Hundred Year Review. likes. Book. Jump to. Sections of this page. Pages Media Books & Magazines Book Families of Kilmaley Parish-A Two-Hundred Year Review. English (US) Español Português Originally posted in the Kilmaley Parish ers:   Meet John Mayer.. the author of THE FAMILIES OF KILMALEY PARISH A Year review John is a member of Clare Roots Society and as such has contributed a great deal for the benefit of others. Look on the Clare Library site, genealogy, to see his contribution of photographs and inscriptions of the gravestones of Kilmaley cemetery. Our Parish This large mid-Clare parish includes medieval Kilmaley plus the Inch district of Dromcliffe, which was transferred to it towards the end of the eighteenth century. In the registered priest for Kilmaley was a Fr. WilIiam Freeman, while in one mass house was listed in the parish, together with one priest, whose name we are.

St. John the Baptist Church, Kilmaley. Before the present parish church at Kilmaley was built, mass was said at a thatched mud-floored church near Kilmaley Bridge. Parish tradition has it that today’s Church of St. John the Baptist was built in , which is in accordance with the physical appearance of this large cruciform structure. County Clare Tithe Applotment Books: Occupiers of land in the Parish of Kilmaley on 24th of December Transcribers: Chris Mungovan, Cambridge, England; Rod .   John, Thanks for sending that article, “Registered Marriages in Kilmaley Parish – ”, from the Kilmaley Magazine , and for giving me David Dillon’s name as the author. I’ve been speaking to him on the phone just now and he agrees wholeheartedly with my attaching the article here. Paddy Keane Kilcolumb, Kilmaley - 15th Oct; Teresa Sheerin Ryan, Lispuckaun, Kilmaley - 8th Sep; John (Johnny) McInerney, Gortagannive, Kilmaley - 5th Sep; Michael Joe Hehir Feruisk, Inagh, Co. Clare. - 11th Jul › see full list News & Publications. Current Parish Newsletter (PDF) Parish Newsletter (Past Issues) Parish Notices; Parish Events.

all who research in the Kilmaley Parish owe a great deal of gratitude to John Mayer, for all the work he has done in transcribing the Kilmaley Baptisms from Perhaps you have benefited from his efforts, or at least come to realise the numerous hours of work this has taken.   John wasn't satisfied with a small snapshot in time, he has researched and listed a vast number of families from the Kilmaley Parish, dating back over years. This book is a must if you want to follow marriages and baptisms, some immigration and other assorted gems of information, whatever he was able to find in his extensive research. Kilmaley is in the barony of Islands, 5 miles ( km) southwest of Ennis. It is 7 by miles ( by km) and cov acres (9, ha). Much of the land is moor or mountain. Every hill in the parish holds the remains of an ancient fort or rath, over 30 in total. The Kilmaley Parish area is the largest in County Clare. This page book provides the reader with a two hundred year review of almost three hundred families, in Kilmaley Parish, in County Clare, Ireland. Buy the Book! This book is a must for amatuer historians and geneologists. It provides a great snapshot into the life of families, through birth, marriage, immigration and death records.