County Cork

County Cork, or Corcaigh in Irish, is the southernmost county in Ireland and also the largest county. It is known as “The Rebel County”. We are home to the Blarney Stone and known for our beaches and beautiful scenery. We have a population of approximately 542,196. We look forward to helping you connect with your ancestors’ place of origin.

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What is a Parish? We classify a Parish by the Civil Parish geographical boundaries, the basis upon which the Griffith’s Valuation and other land and tax records were created in the 19th and 20th Century. Find my Parish
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Timeline from County Cork

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Latest Events from County Cork

Three Castles Head County Cork Ireland O'Mahony Clan Gathering
O’Mahony Clan 64th Gathering 2018
22nd June 2018
Cloyne Literary and Historical Society
16th February 2018
Cork Genealogical Society Presents: Bridging the past and future.
24th March 2018
21st June 2017
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