County Clare

County Clare, or An Clár in Irish, is located in the mid-west region of Ireland. Clare is known for its beautiful scenery and we are home to the famous Burren and Cliffs of Moher. We have a population of approximately 117,196. 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
2119 Group Members 577 Ancestors 93 Buildings 111 Timeline Events

Buildings from County Clare

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Belvoir Estate
Post Mistress
Coolmeen Post Office
Farm House
Farm House
Cullaun townland in the first Ordnance Survey of 1839
Cullaun aka Cullane TOWNLAND

Timeline from County Clare

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Tulla visitors baptised in 1819 4 May 2021 2:29
"The Moss" a house in Scarriff 15 Apr 2021 19:05
CORLESS 12 Apr 2021 20:11
Bridget Kerin 1833 6 Apr 2021 4:03

Latest Events from County Clare

The edge of Moher and beyond - Illustrated talk
27th February 2020
John Mc Gahern: A Private World screening
20th February 2020
An illustrated talk with Tony Kirby
In the Name of Colmcille – A Pattern Day in the Burren
31st January 2019
A Christmas evening with Michael Houlihan hosted by X-PO KILLINABOY
An Nollaig – The Irish Christmas
13th December 2018
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