County Clare Church of Ireland PARISH REGISTERS

Reference:  Irish Records, Sources for Family and Local History by James G. Ryan

Religious ParishEarliest Records
m=marriage b=baptism d=death
Clare Abbey (or Clare) m1845-
Clondegad m1845-, d 1882-
Clonlea b 1879-, m 1845-, d 1877-
Drumcliff (Ennis) 1744- for all
Kildyserg b 1881-, m 1847-, d 1882-
Kilfarboy (Miltown) b 1879-, m 1845-
Kilfenora m1853-
Kilfiddane b 1889-, m 1845-, d 1892-
Kilfieragh or Kilfearagh (Kilkee)b1829, m 1829, 1829, 1845-
Kilfinaghty (Sixmilebridge) b 1879-, m1862-
Kilfintinan no records
Kilkeedy lost
Killaloe b1679-, m 1682, d-1683-
Killard 1848
Killinaboy or Kilnaboy (Corofin) b1799-, m 1802-, d 1821
Killonaghan lost
Kilmaley lost
Kilmanaheen b 1886-, m 1845-
Kilmurryb 1889-, m 1845-, d 1892-
Kilnaboy b1799-, m 1802-, d 1821
Kilnasoolagh (Newmarket) b1731, m 1799-, d 1786-
Kilrush b1741-, m 1766-, d 1743
Kilseily b 1881-, m 1848-, d 1877-
Kiltenanlea lost
Newquay lost
O'Briensbridge lost
Ogonneloe b1807-, m 1807-, d 1836-
Quin b 1907-, m 1845-, d 1906-
Rathbourney lost
Sixmilebridge b 1879-, m1862-
Tomgraney (Bodyke) b1845-
Tulla b 1845-1900

NOTES:  Many of the C of I records were lost in the PRO fire of 1922.  These are indicated as "Lost."  However, as Church of Ireland records were effectively state records, the records of marriage (from 1845) are also in the General Registrar's Office.  Most of the local custody records have been index by Clare Heritage Centre.