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We are searching for a listing of all the O'Brien's who are buried at St. Mary's RC Church in Feakle.  Does such a indexed listing exist, which includes name, DOB & DOD?  Thank you.







Monday 27th Mar 2017, 03:37PM

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  • ancestrysisters:

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    Roger McDonnell

    Castlemore Roscommon, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘

    Monday 27th Mar 2017, 03:38PM
  • Dear Ancestry Sisters:


    Many thanks for your post to the Ireland Reaching Out message board and welcome to the project!

    The Clare Library has a list of graveyards that have been transcribed. 

    The link for the graveyard in Feakle is listed below:

    In addition, there are other graveyards in the Feakle area that you might also look at.

    I may have some O'Brien information for you.  My husband is related to O'Briens.  If you would like to contact me re same please email me at:

    The best of luck with your research!

    Kind regards



    Jane Halloran Ryan

    Monday 27th Mar 2017, 04:52PM


    Thank you Jane.  I will look over this link and if I need further information, I may just email you directly then.   Our client's wife's family is from this area and he's the person who requested I search for this information.  Many thanks ~ Elizabeth @ Ancestry Sisters.




    Monday 27th Mar 2017, 05:32PM
  • Jane,  Do you believe that these O'Brien's contained on the link you provided are from St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church?  My client is specific about the O'Brien's who are only buried at this particular cemetery.



    Monday 27th Mar 2017, 05:34PM

    Dear Ancestry sisters:

    As far as I'm aware, the transcriptions voluntarily provided are from the Feakle RC graveyard which is associated with St Mary's Church in Feakle.   

    Kind regards,


    Jane Halloran Ryan

    Tuesday 28th Mar 2017, 03:39PM
  • Once again, thank you kindly Jane.


    Tuesday 28th Mar 2017, 07:50PM
  • Hello again Jane.  My cliet seems to think that there are flat headstones, in a cemetery/graveyard near St. Mary's RC Church in Feakle, where the dates of death are much older than these on the link you provided.  Do you know anything about this?  For instance, he mentioned a John O'Brien, who died and was buried around 1840.  He had been to visit this area a few years ago, and would really love to have information on the older burials.  Thank you!


    Wednesday 29th Mar 2017, 01:59PM
  • Dear Ancestry Sisters:

    As far as I know, older burials might be listed in either Kilclaran graveyard, Killanena graveyard, Faha graveyard, Flagmount graveyard and all of these sites are listed on the Clare Library site. 


    All the best,



    Jane Halloran Ryan

    Wednesday 29th Mar 2017, 04:51PM

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