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"Limerick, a county of Ireland, province of Munster, bounded N by the Shannon which separates it from Clare, S by Cork, NE and E by Tipperary, and W by Kerry, 51 m. long and 32 broad. The surface of this county, though diversified by small hills, is not, generally speaking, mountainous, excepting on the SE, where it is bounded by the Galtees, a lofty ridge which extends into Tipperary, and on the borders of Kerry, where the land rises, and forms a grand amphitheatre of low but steep mountains, which extend in a wide area from Loghill to Drumcolloher. The land is generally fertile. The principal rivers are the Maig, Feale, Gale, and Blackwater. It sends 2 members to parliament. The climate is wet. Pop. 214,286."
[From The New London Gazetteer (1826)]

Archives and Libraries



Census, Tithes, Griffith's Valuation & Directory 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:
  • Connologh
  • 1654 Civil Survey, Cuonagh & Owneybeg Baronies.  A record of land ownership. Includes name and townlands.
  • Thom's Directory of Ireland, for the year of 1931
  • Griffith's Valuation Index for County Limerick, 1850-52
  • Tithe Applotments for County Limerick, 1820s & 1830s
  • Church History

    Church Records

    Description and Travel


    Heritage Centers:

    Land and Property






    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),
    Mr. Larry Walsh, Limerick City Museum, Limerick Museum, Castle Lane, Nicholas Street, Limerick City
    Tel +353 61 417826, Fax +353 61 415266

    Public Records



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    Last updated July 01, 2011 by Pat Connors
    Special thanks to volunteer, June Howard, for transcribing County Limerick townlands

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