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Drumcliff Graveyard (Section B), Ennis



Drumcliff Graveyard (Section B) Headstone Transcriptions
(Complete as of 2017)
1968 - 2017
Drumcliff Parish
Transcriptions from Headstones
Clare Roots Society

Drumcliff Graveyard lies on the outskirts of Ennis town and is the main burial place of the people of Ennis and its surrounds. It includes an Old Graveyard which also contains an ancient church and the remains of a round tower. A newer area known as the Calvary Section, with transcriptions and photographs went online in 2012. Section B, transcribed by Flan and Bella hehir, is a continuation of this work and other sections of the graveyard are in progress. Their work entailed photographing and transcribing the information on each gravestone on to a spreadsheet. The information gathered was donated to Clare County Library by the Society for uploading to the Library website.

Clare Roots Society, in association with Ennis Tidy Towns, has produced a book, Drumcliff Section B, detailing all the burials in this Section. In the booklet which is available in local shops in Ennis, a random selection of individual burials, have been selected and highlighted of people who contributed to our community with backgrounds in business, education, medicine, sport and entertainment.

Transcriptions arranged by surname:

Ahern to Fitzgerald | Fitzpatrick to Lewis

Leyden to O'Halloran | O'Keeffe to Ziemann

Maps showing grave locations and numbers:

Drumcliff Section B: Part A
Drumcliff Section B: Part B

Drumcliff Section B: Part C

On Clare GenMaps

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