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BALLYMASCANLON CHURCHYARD A to B - BALLYMASCANLON CHURCHYARD C to J - BALLYMASCANLON CHURCHYARD K to M - BALLYMASCANLON CHURCHYARD N to W - BRIDGE-A-CRIN CEMETERY Old Section 1880 to 2013 - BRIDGE-A-CRIN CEMETERY New Section 1959 to 2013 - CASTLETOWN NEW CEMETERY - CASTLETOWN OLD GRAVEYARD A to F - CASTLETOWN OLD GRAVEYARD G to L - CASTLETOWN OLD GRAVEYARD M. Mc. - CASTLETOWN OLD GRAVEYARD N to S - CASTLETOWN OLD GRAVEYARD T to W and ??? - FAUGHART OLD GRAVEYARD - KANE OLD GRAVEYARD - St. NICHOLAS OLD GRAVEYARD, Kilcurry - KILCURRY CEMETERY - URNEY OLD GRAVEYARD

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The tombstone inscriptions in KANE OLD GRAVEYARD, FAUGHART OLD GRAVEYARD, URNEY OLD GRAVEYARD, CASTLETOWN OLD GRAVEYARD, St. NICHOLAS OLD GRAVEYARD, Kilcurry and BALLYMASCANLON CHURCHYARD hold a rich source of information for those interested in genealogy. The burials in the newer Cemeteries at BRIDGE-A-CRIN and KILCURRY will also be of interest.
Click above for information from 1630 to 2004.

We gratefully acknowledge our sources of information:
The County Louth Arcaeological and Historical Society: TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS, Transcribed by Reverend Diarmuid Mac Iomhair. (Faughart and Urney)(1967)
TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS IN KANE, Transcribed by Noel Ross. (2002)
TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS Bridge-a-Crin transcribed by Faughart HPPS (2004) reviewed by Eilis and Brian Kilkenny (2013)
TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS St. Nicholas, Kilcurry transcribed by Faughart HPPS (2004)
RECORD OF INSCRIPTIONS IN KILCURRY CEMETERY transcribed by Faughart HPPS (2004), reviewed by Eilis and Brian Kilkenny (2013)
TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS IN CASTLETOWN OLD GRAVEYARD DUNDALK transcribed by Old Dundalk Society
RECORD OF INTERMENTS IN CASTLETOWN NEW CEMETERY by Eilis and Brian Kilkenny (2013)
TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS IN BALLYMASCANLON CHURCHYARD transcribed by Allan B. Swan. County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society
Mark Clinton and Paul Gosling: FIVE LOUTH SOUTERRAINS


Headstone Inscriptions for Haynestown, Old and New, and Haggardstown, Old and New Cemeteries in a neighbouring parish may be found in "The Parish of Haggardstown and Blackrock, A Hiastory" by Noel Sharkey. (Dundalgan Press Ltd.)



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