Doora (County Clare)

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Doora aka Daire is derived from the Irish Dubh Rath which can be translated as Black Fort. This name can most likely be attributed to the large area of bogland in the locality.

The corresponding RC parish is Doora-Kilraghtis aka Barefield.

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Mary  Galvin 1845
Mary
Galvin
Doora (Clare) +others DOB: 1st January 1845
Bridget Galvin 1842
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Galvin
Doora (Clare) +others DOB: 1st January 1842
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