Moyarta, Clare:
Townlands or streets.


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Place name
 
  Bellia  1901  1911
  Bellia town  1901  1911
  Breaghva  1901  1911
  Cammoge  1901  1911
  Carrigaholt town  1901  1911
  Carrownaweelaun  1901  1911
  Clarefield  1901  1911
  Cloonconeen  1901  1911
  Doonaha East  1901  1911
  Doonaha West  1901  1911
  Doonaha town  1901  1911
  Furroor Lower  1901  1911
  Furroor Upper  1901  1911
  Illaunonearaun  1901  1911
  Kilcasheen  1901  1911
  Kilcredaun  1901  1911
  Killeenagh  1901  1911
  Killinny  1901  1911
  Knocknagarhoon  1901  1911
  Lisheen town  1901  1911
  Lisheencrony  1901  1911
  Lisheenfurroor  1901  1911
  Moveen East  1901  1911
  Moveen West  1901  1911
  Moyarta East  1901  1911
  Moyarta West  1901  1911
  Newtown East  1901  1911
  Newtown West  1901  1911
  Querrin  1901  1911
  Rahaniska  1901  1911
  Rahona East  1901  1911
  Rahona West  1901  1911
  Rinemackaderrig  1901  1911
  Shanganagh  1901  1911
  Trusklieve  1901  1911
  Tullaroe  1901  1911
  Tullig  1901  1911

 

Most common surnames in Moyarta in 1855

 
Surname   Households
McMahon 44
Kelly 25
Collins 21
Griffin 20
Keating 16
Gorman 15
Scanlon 13
Hough 12
Kane 12
McInerney 11



 

 


Parishes adjoining Moyarta
(MapID = 65)

Parish
County
MapID
Abbey Clare 1
Kilballyowen Clare 21
Kilfearagh Clare 26

A summary of research sources for Moyarta civil parish.

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Record Count

Description

2 Topographical Dictionary entry or entries.      What's this?
2 Graveyards and transcripts.                          What's this?
9 Census returns and substitutes                     What's this?
4 Estate records                                           What's this?
31 Book-format local histories                           What's this?
  No periodical local history references
5 Local or family history journals                       What's this?
  No directories listed
15 General Register Office records listed.            What's this?
3 Roman Catholic church records listed.            What's this?
3 Church of Ireland church records listed.            What's this?
  No Presbyterian church records listed.
  No published church records.
  


 

Positional map

Abbey Abbey Bunratty Carran Clareabbey Clondagad Clondagad Clonlea Clonloghan Clooney (Bunratty) Doora Doora Drumcliff Drumcreehy Drumline Dysert Feakle Feenagh Inagh Inchicronan Inishcaltra Kilballyowen Kilchreest Kilconry Kilcorney Kilfarboy Kilfearagh Kilfenora Kilfiddane Kilfinaghta Kilfintinan Kilkeedy Killadysert Killaloe Killard Killaspuglonane Killeany Killeely Killilagh Killimer Killinaboy Killofin Killokennedy Killokennedy Killone Killuran Kilmacduane Kilmacrehy Kilmacrehy Kilmaleery Kilmaley Kilmanaheen Kilmanaheen Kilmihil Kilmoon Kilmurry (Bunratty) Kilnamona Kilnasoolagh Kilnoe Kilraghtis Kilrush Kilseily Kilshanny Kiltenanlea Kiltoraght Moyarta Moyarta Moynoe Noughaval OBriensbridge OBriensbridge Ogonnelloe Oughtmama Oughtmama Quin Rath Rathborney Ruan St. Munchins St. Patricks Tomfinlough Tomgraney Tulla Clooney (Corcomroe) Kilmurry (McMahon) Kilmurry (Ibrickan) Galway North Tipperary Limerick Kerry

 


 

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