Shrule (County Mayo)

Shrule a small parish of 9000 acres is situated on the Mayo side of the Galway-Mayo border. We are an active member of the national diaspora programme Ireland Reaching Out. Whether you are tracing your family tree or looking to connect with Irish people abroad, we are delighted to welcome you to our community.


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Martin Feeney/Feeny (b. 1830) son of Anthony Feeny and Sarah Murphy of Ballybackaugh/Kilmacdaugh/ Mayo 2 Jun 2018 20:50
Illegitimacy in the 1870s 29 Jan 2018 4:14
Mulloy/Maloy/Molloys and Monahans of Mayo and Galway 23 Feb 2016 19:10
James French born Shrule about 1817 6 Feb 2016 23:43

Shrule (County Mayo) Local Guide

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