County Louth

Co. Louth, or in Irish, is located in the north-east of Ireland. It is known as “The Wee County” because it is the smallest county in Ireland. We are home to Brù Na Bóinne (Palace of the Boyne) which is an internationally important complex of Neolithic chamber tombs. We have a population of approximately 122,897. We look forward to helping you connect with your ancestors’ place of origin.

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Church of Our Lady of the Nativity
Our Lady of the Nativity
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Darver National School
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Stonetown School
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Castlebellingham School

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"Exile" John Joseph McBride 1847-1911 30 Jan 2022 15:15
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