Local graveyards in Croom and neighbouring townlands

29th January 2018
Edit

A very important source of information for the family historian are headstones. Unfortunately records for local graveyards are very sparce , non exist in most cases. But finding a headstone with a hint on it can change everything.

Reilig Mhuire was opened in 1962.It is the main cemetery in Croom. Unfortunately it hasn’t yet been documented by any of the historical sites.

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St Mary’s COI Cemetery.

Historic graves have covered the Church of Ireland cemetery where both RC and COI burials take place

http://historicgraves.com/graveyard/st-mary-s/li-smct

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Anhid Cemetery

Historic Graves have covered this cemetery

http://historicgraves.com/graveyard/anhid/li-anhd

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Coulter Graveyard

This cemetery is one of the oldest cemeteries in the Croom and Manister region. People were buried in this cemetery going back several centuries.

It has not been documented.

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Kilmacow Cemetery

Historic Graves have covered this cemetery

http://historicgraves.com/graveyard/kilmacow/li-kmcw

Ballinakil Graveyard

Historic Graves have covered this cemetery

http://historicgraves.com/graveyard/ballynakill/li-bykl