County Cork

County Cork, or Corcaigh in Irish, is the southernmost county in Ireland and also the largest county. It is known as “The Rebel County”. We are home to the Blarney Stone and known for our beaches and beautiful scenery. We have a population of approximately 542,196. 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
4465 Group Members 929 Ancestors 108 Buildings 166 Timeline Events

Buildings from County Cork

Locate buildings around County Cork and discover who lived and worked there.

The tower in St. Nathlash's, outside Kildorrery, Co. Cork
St Nathlash's Graveyard
Headstone in Kildorrery Graveyard, Co. Cork
Kildorrery Graveyard
St. Bartholomew's church,  Kildorrery, built in 1838
St. Bartholomew's Graveyard
The ruined church at St. Molagga graveyard, Kildorrery, Co. Cork
St. Molagga Graveyard

Timeline from County Cork

Read about the big and small events that shaped the heritage of County Cork

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Latest Events from County Cork

The West Cork DNA & Family History Symposium 2020
8th June 2020
Skibbereen & West Cork Family History Group
2nd October 2019
O'Driscoll Clan Gathering 2019
O'Driscoll Clan Gathering 2019
27th June 2019
Castle Mahon
O'Mahony Clan Gathering Ireland 2019
21st June 2019
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