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This is the Umbrella Project Page for County Limerick - Ireland


County Limerick

  • Irish: Contae Luimnigh
  • Administrative centre Limerick
  • Province Munster
  • Area 2,755 km2 (1,064 sq mi)
  • People from County Limerick are called -
  • Motto Cuimhnigh ar Luimneach (Irish), "Remember Limerick"

County Limerick is a county in Ireland. It is located in the Mid-West Region and is also part of the province of Munster. It is named after the city of Limerick. Limerick County Council is the local council for the county.

The song "Limerick you're a lady" is traditionally associated with the county. It is often heard at sports fixtures involving the county

Places of Interest

  • Adare
  • Adare Manor
  • Castle Oliver
  • Clare Glens
  • Croom Castle
  • Curraghchase Forest Park
  • Foynes Flying Boat Museum
  • Glin-Estuary Drive
  • Glenstal Abbey
  • King John's Castle
  • Lough Gur
  • Grange Stone Circle

Towns and Parishes

See below and County Limerick, Ireland - Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards

For Information about research in the County, including lists of people of renown connected to Limerick and Families Researched on Geni go to County Limerick - Family Heads link to follow

For Historical information about County Limerick visit Historic County Limerick link to follow - including connections to Historical figures, Gentry and political people connected with County Limerick.

County Limerick, Ireland - Monumental Inscriptions, Cemeteries and Graveyards

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Please do not add the profiles off all your County Limerick born ancestors to this project or the People connected to County Limerick project. Rather add the earliest known person of a County Limerick family to the County Limerick' - Family Heads] project. link to follow

References and Sources

Parish Map


Map from Irish Ancestors where the map is interactive.

Alternate Map

  1. Abbeyfeale
  2. Abington
  3. Adare
  4. Aglishcormick
  5. Anhid
  6. Ardagh
  7. Ardcanny
  8. Ardpatrick
  9. Askeaton
  10. Athlacca
  11. Athneasy
  12. Ballinard
  13. Ballingaddy
  14. Ballingarry (Connello)
  15. Ballingarry (Coshlea)
  16. Ballinlough
  17. Ballybrood
  18. Ballycahane
  19. Ballylanders
  20. Ballynaclogh
  21. Ballynamona
  22. Ballyscaddan
  23. Bruff
  24. Bruree
  25. Caheravally
  26. Caherconlish
  27. Cahercorney
  28. Caherelly
  29. Cahernarry
  30. Cappagh
  31. Carrigparson
  32. Castletown
  33. Chapelrussell
  34. Clonagh
  35. Cloncagh
  36. Cloncrew
  37. Clonelty
  38. Clonkeen
  39. Clonshire
  40. Colmanswell
  41. Corcomohide
  42. Crecora
  43. Croagh
  44. Croom
  45. Darragh
  46. Derrygalvin
  47. Donaghmore
  48. Doon
  49. Doondonnell
  50. Drehidtarsna
  51. Dromcolliher
  52. Dromin
  53. Dromkeen
  54. Dunmoylan
  55. Dysert
  56. Effin
  57. Emlygrennan
  58. Fedamore
  59. Galbally
  60. Glenogra
  61. Grange
  62. Grean
  63. Hackmys
  64. Hospital
  65. Inch St. Lawrence
  66. Iveruss
  67. Kilbeheny
  68. Kilbolane
  69. Kilbradran
  70. Kilbreedy Major
  71. Kilbreedy Minor
  72. Kilcolman
  73. Kilcornan
  74. Kilcullane
  75. Kildimo
  76. Kilfergus
  77. Kilfinnane
  78. Kilfinny
  79. Kilflyn
  80. Kilfrush
  81. Kilkeedy
  82. Killagholehane
  83. Killeedy
  84. Killeely
  85. Killeenagarriff
  86. Killeenoghty
  87. Killonahan
  88. Kilmeedy
  89. Kilmoylan
  90. Kilmurry
  91. Kilpeacon
  92. Kilquane
  93. Kilscannell
  94. Kilteely
  95. Knockainy
  96. Knocklong
  97. Knocknagaul
  98. Lismakeery
  99. Loghill
  100. Ludden
  101. Mahoonagh
  102. Monagay
  103. Monasteranenagh
  104. Morgans
  105. Mungret
  106. Nantinan
  107. Newcastle
  108. Oola
  109. Particles
  110. Rathjordan
  111. Rathkeale
  112. Rathronan
  113. Robertstown
  114. Rochestown
  115. Shanagolden
  116. St. Peters and St. Pauls
  117. Stradbally
  118. Tankardstown
  119. Templebredon
  120. Tomdeely
  121. Tullabracky
  122. Tuogh
  123. Tuoghcluggin
  124. Uregare