County Carlow

County Carlow, or Ceatharlach in Irish, is located in the south-east of Ireland. It is the second smallest county in Ireland and home to the prehistoric Browne’s Hill Dolmen – the capstone of which is reputed to be the largest in Europe. Our county town is Carlow and we have a population of approximately 54,612. We look forward to helping you connect with your ancestors’ place of origin.

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Buildings from County Carlow

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Saint Aidan's Church
Saint Aidan's Church
Carlow
Saint Aidan's Church
Saint Aidan's Church
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St Patrick's Church
Carlow
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St Patrick's Church

Timeline from County Carlow

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County Carlow Message Board

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Christopher Dowling - County Kildare 11 Jul 2021 10:55
John McDonnell/McDonald, Garryhill, Dunleckny 18 May 2021 17:32
Charles Fitzpatrick and Mary Fitzpatrick (nee Purcell) 1 May 2021 15:35
Family Tree 10 Feb 2021 22:46

Latest Events from County Carlow

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May Genealogy Tour
Carlow
10th May 2016
Tree in blossom, Ireland
Carlow Garden Festival
Carlow
29th April 2015
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