County Monaghan

Co. Monaghan, or Muíneachán in Irish, is located on the Border Region of Ireland. We are famous for our ancient Irish craft of lace-making and we have many lakes, forests and small mountains. Our county town is Monaghan and we have a population of approximately 56,000. We look forward to helping you connect with your ancestors’ place of origin.

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Dr Thomas Clark's trek from Ballybay, to Newry, to New York 1760's 12 Jul 2019 4:25
Thomas Dawson of Ematris Parish Monaghan 3 Jul 2019 0:36
Clones Lacemakers 4 Jun 2019 14:23
Visiting Ireland in June - Looking for Pollocks, Johnstons, Millers, and Adams - County Monaghan 3 May 2019 23:03

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