County Roscommon

County Roscommon, or Ros Comáin in Irish, is located in the western region of Ireland. We are home to the stunning Lough Key Forest Park and statistically, we are known to have the longest life expectancy of any county in Ireland! Our county town is Roscommon and we have a population of approximately 64,000. We look forward to helping you connect with your ancestors’ place of origin.

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Timeline from County Roscommon

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Latest Events from County Roscommon

Moore & Clonfad Parish Newsletter
Roscommon
27th November 2017
Commemorating Clonburren and Falty Cattle Drives on the Mather's Estate
Roscommon
3rd July 2016
Clonburren Graves
Clonburren Historic Graveyard, Parish of Moore, County Roscommon
Roscommon
4th November 2015
Moore South Historic Graveyard, Parish of Moore, County Roscommon
Roscommon
4th November 2015
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