County Limerick Resources

Below are links to assorted records contributed by various people.

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Archives and Libraries

Bibliography

Census Records

  • 'Pender's Census' with number of English and Irish living in each townland and principal Irish names in each barony. Edited by Seamus Pender in 1939.  Available for the following baronies:
  • Conagh & Owhny
  • Costlea
  • Clanwilliam
  • Limerick City
  • Small County
  • Connologh
  • Cosmay
  • Poble Bryen
  • Kenry
  • Killmallock Towne & Libertyes, plus County Statistics
  • 1654 Civil Survey, Cuonagh & Owneybeg Baronies.  A record of land ownership. Includes name and townlands.
  • Church History

    RecordsChurch

    Genealogy

    History, Travel, & Information

    Heritage Centers:

    Land and Property

    Names

    Newspapers

    Periodicals

    From Fianna:
    Annual Observer (annual), Mr. J. Cussan,
    Newcastlewest Historical Society, Newcastlewest, Co. Limerick

    Crom Abu (annual),
    Mr. M. Spillane, Toureen, Croom, Co. Limerick

    Old Limerick Journal (One per year - December issue),
    Limerick City Museum, City Hall, Merchants Quay, Limerick City
    Tel +353 61 417826, Fax +353 61 415266
    - museum@limerick.ie

    Public Records

    Societies

    Diocese Web Sites


    Research Opportunities

    General Registration Office
    The General Register Office (Oifig An Ard-Chláraitheora) is the central repository for records relating to Births, Deaths and Marriages in the Republic of Ireland. It is concerned with civil registration matters only, and does not engage in genealogical research. Records of marriages other than Roman Catholic marriages date back to 1st April 1845. Records of Births, Deaths and Roman Catholic Marriages date to 1st January, 1864.

    Tipperary Family History Research
    Tipperary Family History Research is the only organisation to offer a research service based on access to the Baptismal and Marriage records of the Catholic Church in the Archdiocese of Cashel & Emly. The Archdiocese covers most of County Tipperary and part of County Limerick and it contains 46 Parishes (map).

     




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