County Kerry

County Kerry, or Ciarraí in Irish, is located in the south-west of Ireland. It is thought to be one of the most beautiful counties in Ireland and is home to the legendary Ring of Kerry – a 110 mile touring route. Tralee is our county town and we have a population of approximately 147,554. We look forward to helping you connect with your ancestors’ place of origin.

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Buildings from County Kerry

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

Ruins  of O'Connor homestead  a quarter of a mile WSW of Sauce Creek
O'Connor Homestead Arraglen
View of the Three Sisters from the O'Connor homestead in Clash
Home of O'Connor of Clash, Kilquane
School in Ballyroe Townland
Ballyroe Schoolhouse
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Farranfore Railway Station

Timeline from County Kerry

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Where is Galey? 4 Jan 2022 19:42
Magee/McGee Ancestors 30 Dec 2021 22:20
Tracing family connections in Killarney 21 Dec 2021 2:06
Jeremiah Clifford (abt. 1829), Tralee 16 Dec 2021 0:21

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Listowel and W.B. Yeats
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Feast Day Mass
3rd March 2015
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