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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What is a Parish? We classify a Parish by the Civil Parish geographical boundaries, the basis upon which the Griffith’s Valuation and other land and tax records were created in the 19th and 20th Century. Find my Parish
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Buildings from County Carlow

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Saint Aidan's Church
Saint Aidan's Church
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St Patrick's Church
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St Mary's Church
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Broomville House

Timeline from County Carlow

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Jones family from Rathvilly and Holdenstown, Baltinglass 10 May 2022 15:15
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Latest Events from County Carlow

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May Genealogy Tour
10th May 2016
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Carlow Garden Festival
29th April 2015
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