Killadysert (County Clare)

Welcome to Killadysert Co Clare

Our aim is to connect all people with a link to Killadysert. You may live here, have visited here or maybe are tracing ancestors who left long ago. In any case, we’re sure to have lots to share and are delighted to welcome you.
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The 1821-1851 census returns were almost destroyed in a fire, the 1861-1891 census returns were destroyed by the Government. The 1901-1911 census returns are available on line free of charge on line on the National Archives of Ireland website.


About Killadysert

Kildysart, officially Killadysert (from irish: Cill an Dasirt, meaning church of the wilderness), is a village in Co Clare. It is on the north bank of the Shannon Estuary the R473 coastal route between Ennis and Kilrush. Recently re-branded as 'The Fisherman's Haven' it is famed for the excellent fishing resources nearby.

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Buildings from Killadysert (County Clare)

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Scott Mausoleum
Scott Mausoleum, Killadysert
Kildysert Workhouse on Historic 25 inch map (1897-1913)
Kildysart Workhouse

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John Linnane and Bridget O'Brien married on 6 February 1918 23 Jul 2021 9:58
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Killadysert (County Clare) Local Guide

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