County Wicklow Genealogy

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| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
| Clonmore
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| Clonmore  
 
| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
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| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
| Clonmore
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| Clonmore  
 
| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
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| Arklow  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
| Arklow
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| Arklow  
 
| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
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|-
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| Ballinacor South  
 
| Ballinacor South  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
| Rathdrum; Avoca
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| Rathdrum; Avoca  
 
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
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| Arklow  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
| Arklow
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| Arklow  
 
| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
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|-
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| Ballinacor South  
 
| Ballinacor South  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
| Rathdrum; Avoca
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| Rathdrum; Avoca  
 
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
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|-
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| Upper Talbotstown  
 
| Upper Talbotstown  
 
| Baltinglass  
 
| Baltinglass  
| part Baltinglass; part Dunlavin
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| part Baltinglass; part Dunlavin  
 
| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
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|-
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| Upper Talbotstown  
 
| Upper Talbotstown  
 
| Baltinglass  
 
| Baltinglass  
| Baltinglass
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| Baltinglass  
 
| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
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|-
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| Lower Talbotstown  
 
| Lower Talbotstown  
 
| Naas  
 
| Naas  
| Blessington; part Valleymount; part Ballymore Eustace
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| Blessington; part Valleymount; part Ballymore Eustace  
 
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
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| Baltinglass  
 
| Baltinglass  
 
| rowspan="2" | Valleymount, or Blackditches<br>  
 
| rowspan="2" | Valleymount, or Blackditches<br>  
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | Dublin<br>
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| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | Dublin<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Boystown Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Boystown]]  
 
| [[Boystown Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Boystown]]  
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| Rathdown  
 
| Rathdown  
 
| Rathdown  
 
| Rathdown  
| Bray
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| Bray  
 
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
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| Naas  
 
| Naas  
 
| rowspan="2" | Blessington; part Valleymount; part Ballymore Eustace<br>  
 
| rowspan="2" | Blessington; part Valleymount; part Ballymore Eustace<br>  
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | Dublin<br>
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| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | Dublin<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Burgage Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Burgage]]  
 
| [[Burgage Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Burgage]]  
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| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| rowspan="3" | <br>part Derrylossary; part Bray; partGlendalough; part Kilquade<br>  
 
| rowspan="3" | <br>part Derrylossary; part Bray; partGlendalough; part Kilquade<br>  
| colspan="2" rowspan="3" | <br>Dublin<br>
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| rowspan="3" colspan="2" | <br>Dublin<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Calary Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Calary]]  
 
| [[Calary Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Calary]]  
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| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
|  
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| Tomacork
| colspan="2" |  
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| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Castlemacadam Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Castlemacadam]]  
 
| [[Castlemacadam Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Castlemacadam]]  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
|  
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| part Avoca; part Kilbride
| colspan="2" |  
+
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Crecrin Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Crecrin]]  
 
| [[Crecrin Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Crecrin]]  
 
| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
|  
+
| Clonmore
| colspan="2" |  
+
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Crehelp Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Crehelp]]  
 
| [[Crehelp Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Crehelp]]  
 
| Lower Talbotstown  
 
| Lower Talbotstown  
 
| Baltinglass  
 
| Baltinglass  
|  
+
| Dunlavin and Donard
| colspan="2" |  
+
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Crosspatrick Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Crosspatrick]]  
 
| [[Crosspatrick Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Crosspatrick]]  
 
| Ballinacor South  
 
| Ballinacor South  
 
| Shillelagh  
 
| Shillelagh  
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
+
| rowspan="2" | Tomacork<br>  
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | <br>
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| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | Ferns<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Crosspatrick Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Crosspatrick]]  
 
| [[Crosspatrick Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Crosspatrick]]  
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| Rathdown  
 
| Rathdown  
 
| Rathdown  
 
| Rathdown  
|  
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| part Bray; part Kilquade
| colspan="2" |  
+
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Derrylossary Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Derrylossary]]  
 
| [[Derrylossary Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Derrylossary]]  
 
| Ballinacor North  
 
| Ballinacor North  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
+
| rowspan="2" | Glendalough<br>  
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | <br>
+
| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | Dublin<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Derrylossary Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Derrylossary]]  
 
| [[Derrylossary Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Derrylossary]]  
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| Upper Talbotstown  
 
| Upper Talbotstown  
 
| Baltinglass  
 
| Baltinglass  
|  
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| Dunlavin and Donard
| colspan="2" |  
+
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Donard Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Donard]]  
 
| [[Donard Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Donard]]  
 
| Lower Talbotstown  
 
| Lower Talbotstown  
 
| Baltinglass  
 
| Baltinglass  
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
+
| rowspan="2" | Dunlavin and Donard<br>  
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | <br>
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| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | Dublin<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Donard Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Donard]]  
 
| [[Donard Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Donard]]  
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| Arklow  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
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| rowspan="2" | Wicklow<br>  
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | <br>
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| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | Dublin<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Drumkay Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Drumkay]]  
 
| [[Drumkay Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Drumkay]]  
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| Arklow  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
|  
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| Kilbride and Barndarring
| colspan="2" |  
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| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Dunlavin Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Dunlavin]]  
 
| [[Dunlavin Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Dunlavin]]  
 
| Lower Talbotstown  
 
| Lower Talbotstown  
 
| Baltinglass  
 
| Baltinglass  
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
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| rowspan="2" | Dunlavin and Donard<br>  
| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | <br>
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| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | Dublin<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Dunlavin Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Dunlavin]]  
 
| [[Dunlavin Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Dunlavin]]  
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| Arklow  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
|  
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| Avoca
| colspan="2" |  
+
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Freynestown Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Freynestown]]  
 
| [[Freynestown Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Freynestown]]  
 
| Upper Talbotstown  
 
| Upper Talbotstown  
 
| Baltinglass  
 
| Baltinglass  
|  
+
| Dunlavin and Donard
| colspan="2" |  
+
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Glenealy Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Glenealy]]  
 
| [[Glenealy Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Glenealy]]  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
+
| rowspan="2" | Wicklow<br>  
| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | <br>
+
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | Dublin<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Glenealy Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Glenealy]]  
 
| [[Glenealy Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Glenealy]]  
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| Ballinacor South  
 
| Ballinacor South  
 
| Baltinglass  
 
| Baltinglass  
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
+
| rowspan="2" | Hacketstown<br>  
| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | <br>
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| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | Dublin<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Hacketstown Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Hacketstown]]  
 
| [[Hacketstown Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Hacketstown]]  
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| Lower Talbotstown  
 
| Lower Talbotstown  
 
| Baltinglass  
 
| Baltinglass  
| rowspan="3" | <br><br>  
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| rowspan="3" | <br>Ballymore Eustace<br>  
| rowspan="3" colspan="2" | <br><br>
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| colspan="2" rowspan="3" | <br>Dublin<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Hollywood Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Hollywood]]  
 
| [[Hollywood Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Hollywood]]  
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| Arklow  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
|  
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| Arklow
| colspan="2" |  
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| colspan="2" | Ferns
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Kilbride (Arklow) Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kilbride]]  
 
| [[Kilbride (Arklow) Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kilbride]]  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
|  
+
| Avoca; part Arklow
| colspan="2" |  
+
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Kilbride (Talbotstown) Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kilbride]]  
 
| [[Kilbride (Talbotstown) Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kilbride]]  
 
| Lower Talbotstown  
 
| Lower Talbotstown  
 
| Naas  
 
| Naas  
|  
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| Blessington
| colspan="2" |  
+
| colspan="2" | Dublin
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Kilcommon (Arklow) Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kilcommon]]  
 
| [[Kilcommon (Arklow) Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kilcommon]]  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Arklow  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
| rowspan="3" | <br>  
+
| rowspan="3" | Wicklow; Tomacork<br>  
| colspan="2" rowspan="3" | <br>
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| rowspan="3" colspan="2" | Dublin; Ferns<br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Kilcommon (Ballinacor) Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kilcommon]]  
 
| [[Kilcommon (Ballinacor) Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kilcommon]]  
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| Rathdown  
 
| Rathdown  
 
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
 
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | <br>
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| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | <br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Kilmacanoge Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kilmacanoge]]  
 
| [[Kilmacanoge Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kilmacanoge]]  
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| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
 
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | <br>
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| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | <br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Kilpipe Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kilpipe]]  
 
| [[Kilpipe Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kilpipe]]  
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| Baltinglass  
 
| Baltinglass  
 
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
 
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | <br>
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| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | <br>
 
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|-
 
| [[Kiltegan Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kiltegan]]  
 
| [[Kiltegan Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Kiltegan]]  
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| Rathdrum  
 
| Rathdrum  
 
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
 
| rowspan="2" | <br>  
| colspan="2" rowspan="2" | <br>
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| rowspan="2" colspan="2" | <br>
 
|-
 
|-
 
| [[Knockrath Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Knockrath]]  
 
| [[Knockrath Civil Parish, County Wicklow|Knockrath]]  

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County Wicklow is known as the “Garden of Ireland” because of its great variety of scenery and is located in the province of Leinster on the east coast of Ireland just south of County Dublin.

The County is named after the town of Wicklow, whose name is derived from Viking settlers in the late eighth and early ninth centuries. Some historians believe the origin of the name is from Viking Alo (Viking’s Beacon) or Viking's Meadow.

The County’s Irish name is Chill Mhantáin (kill man-tawn). When St. Patrick returned to Ireland in 432 AD, he landed at Travilahawk. The local chieftain sent his people out to discourage their arrival. Stones were tossed down on them and one of St. Patrick’s monks lost his teeth. The toothless monk later returned to Wicklow Town to build a church and became known as Manntan (Gubby). They called the place Cill Mhantain (Gubby’s Church), which is the Irish or Gaelic name for County Wicklow.

Its length is 41 miles from Bray to the southern corner near Ballingate House and it is 31 ½ miles in breadth from Mizen Head to the boundary near Dunlavin. The area is 781.6 square miles (2,024.4 sq km).

The County was the territory of the O’Brynes and O’Tooles in pre-Norman times. Along its coast, there were also several Viking settlements including Wicklow and Arklow. The Normans invaded the County near the end of the twelfth century and the coastal towns were under their power. In 1606, County Wicklow was formed from land that was previously part of Counties Dublin and Carlow; becoming the last county to be formed in Ireland, about 400 years after the first county.  After the Irish Catholic Rebellion in 1641, Cromwell took over the forts and strongholds, but the mountains of Wicklow provided refuge for the rebels until after the 1798 rebellion, when the Military Road was built through the mountains to provide access to end the rebellion.

In 1821, the County’s population was 110,767 and increased to 126,143 in 1841. During the Great Famine of 1845-1847, the population decreased until it was 98,979 in 1851. The population continued to decrease to 57,591 in 1926. In 2006, the population was 126,194. County Wicklow is predominately Roman Catholic. In 1891, the percentage of Roman Catholic, Church of Ireland, Presbyterian and Methodist was 79.3%, 18.7%, 0.7% and 1.0%. Overtime, the Roman Catholics increased to 81.8% in 2002, while the Church of Ireland, Presbyterians and Methodists decreased to 6.9%, 0.5% and 0.4%, respectively, with other or no religions increasing to about 5.8%.


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General Information about this county

  • The county of Wicklow is a maritime county of the province of Leinster and is bounded by Dublin, Kildare, Carlow and Wexford.
  • The county is partly in the diocese of Ferns, but chiefly in the diocese of Dublin. The county is divided into the baronies of Arklow, Balinacor, Newcastle, Half-Rathdown, Shillelagh, Lower Talbotstown, and Upper Talbotstown. The county contains the incorporated seaport, market and assize town of Wicklow; the incorporated market-town of Baltinglass; the seaports and market-towns of Arklow and Bray; the disfranchised borough, market and post-town of Blessington; the market and post-towns of Rathdrum, Carnew, Dunlaven, Tinahely, and Stratford-upon-Slancey; the post-towns of Newtown-Mount-Kennedy, Enniskerry, Ashford, Annamoe, Delgany, Glanealy, and Newbridge. The principle villages are Bolinolea, Rathnew, Donard, Kilcoole, Roundwood, and Redcross.
  • Agriculture includes potatoes, wheat, barley, oats, and turnips.

Information provided by the 1847 edition of Samuel Lewis' "Topographical Dictionary of Ireland."

General County Research Information

Further information about County Wicklow is available at the GenUKI site.

Archives and Libraries

Wicklow County Archives
Wicklow Local Authority Archive
Wicklow County Council Buildings
Station Road, Wicklow Town, County Wicklow
Telephone: 353-01-0404-20126
Website: http://www.wicklow.ie/archives/index.html

Wicklow Family History Centre
Wicklow's Historic Gaol
Kilmantin Hill, Wicklow, County Wicklow
Telephone: 00-353-(0)-404-20126
Fax: 00-353-(0)-404-61612
E-mail: wfh@eircom.net
Website: http://www.wicklow.ie/familyhistorycentre

Wicklow Local History" Ballywaltrim Library
Boghall Road, Bray, County Wicklow
Telephone: 353-01-2723205
Fax: 353-01-2866581
E-mail: wcclhq@eircom.net

Civil Jurisdictions and Parish Research Information

A map of the Civil Parishes of County Wicklow is available at the Irish Times site.

A map of the Catholic Parishes of County Wicklow is available at the Irish Times site. 

Civil Parish - Church of Ireland

Barony Poor Law Union Catholic Parish[1] Catholic Diocese[1]
Aghowle Shillelagh Shillelagh Clonmore Ferns
Ardoyne Shillelagh Shillelagh Clonmore Ferns
Arklow Arklow Rathdrum Arklow Ferns
Ballinacor Ballinacor South Rathdrum Rathdrum; Avoca Dublin
Ballintemple Arklow Rathdrum Arklow Ferns
Ballykine Ballinacor South Rathdrum Rathdrum; Avoca Dublin
Ballynure Upper Talbotstown Baltinglass part Baltinglass; part Dunlavin Ferns
Baltinglass Upper Talbotstown Baltinglass Baltinglass Ferns
Blessington Lower Talbotstown Naas Blessington; part Valleymount; part Ballymore Eustace Dublin
Boystown Lower Talbotstown Baltinglass Valleymount, or Blackditches
Dublin
Boystown Lower Talbotstown Naas
Bray Rathdown Rathdown Bray Dublin
Burgage Lower Talbotstown Naas Blessington; part Valleymount; part Ballymore Eustace
Dublin
Burgage Lower Talbotstown Naas
Calary Ballinacor North Rathdrum
part Derrylossary; part Bray; partGlendalough; part Kilquade

Dublin
Calary Newcastle Rathdrum
Calary Rathdown Rathdown
Carnew Shillelagh Shillelagh Tomacork Ferns
Castlemacadam Arklow Rathdrum part Avoca; part Kilbride Dublin
Crecrin Shillelagh Shillelagh Clonmore Dublin
Crehelp Lower Talbotstown Baltinglass Dunlavin and Donard Dublin
Crosspatrick Ballinacor South Shillelagh Tomacork
Ferns
Crosspatrick Shillelagh Shillelagh
Delgany Rathdown Rathdown part Bray; part Kilquade Dublin
Derrylossary Ballinacor North Rathdrum Glendalough
Dublin
Derrylossary Newcastle Rathdrum
Donaghmore Upper Talbotstown Baltinglass Dunlavin and Donard Dublin
Donard Lower Talbotstown Baltinglass Dunlavin and Donard
Dublin
Donard Upper Talbotstown Baltinglass
Drumkay Arklow Rathdrum Wicklow
Dublin
Drumkay Newcastle Rathdrum
Dunganstown Arklow Rathdrum Kilbride and Barndarring Dublin
Dunlavin Lower Talbotstown Baltinglass Dunlavin and Donard
Dublin
Dunlavin Upper Talbotstown Baltinglass
Ennereilly Arklow Rathdrum Avoca Dublin
Freynestown Upper Talbotstown Baltinglass Dunlavin and Donard Dublin
Glenealy Arklow Rathdrum Wicklow
Dublin
Glenealy Newcastle Rathdrum
Hacketstown Ballinacor South Baltinglass Hacketstown
Dublin
Hacketstown Ballinacor South Shillelagh
Hollywood Lower Talbotstown Baltinglass
Ballymore Eustace

Dublin
Hollywood Lower Talbotstown Naas
Hollywood Upper Talbotstown Baltinglass
Inch Arklow Rathdrum Arklow Ferns
Kilbride Arklow Rathdrum Avoca; part Arklow Dublin
Kilbride Lower Talbotstown Naas Blessington Dublin
Kilcommon Arklow Rathdrum Wicklow; Tomacork
Dublin; Ferns
Kilcommon Ballinacor South Shillelagh
Kilcommon Newcastle Rathdrum
Kilcoole Newcastle Rathdrum
Killahurler Arklow Rathdrum
Killiskey Newcastle Rathdrum
Kilmacanoge Rathdown Rathdown

Kilmacanoge Rathdown Rathdrum
Kilpipe Ballinacor South Rathdrum

Kilpipe Ballinacor South Shillelagh
Kilpoole Arklow Rathdrum
Kilranelagh Upper Talbotstown Baltinglass
Kiltegan Ballinacor South Baltinglass

Kiltegan Upper Talbotstown Baltinglass
Knockrath Ballinacor North Rathdrum

Knockrath Ballinacor South Rathdrum
Liscolman Shillelagh Shillelagh
Moyacomb Shillelagh Shillelagh
Moyne Ballinacor South Shillelagh
Mullinacuff Shillelagh Shillelagh
Newcastle Lower Newcastle Rathdrum
Newcastle Upper Newcastle Rathdrum
Powerscourt Rathdown Rathdown
Preban Ballinacor South Shillelagh
Rathbran Upper Talbotstown Baltinglass
Rathdrum Ballinacor North Rathdrum
Rathnew Newcastle Rathdrum
Rathsallagh Upper Talbotstown Baltinglass
Rathtoole Upper Talbotstown Baltinglass
Redcross Arklow Rathdrum
Tober Lower Talbotstown Baltinglass

Maps

1885 County Map: Courtesy of London Ancestor

Probates

Abstracts of Some Neale and O'Neill Wills, Administrations and Marriage Licence Bonds from the Diocese of Ferns. Article covers the above title, from years 1621-1816. Article in The Irish Ancestor, vol.XI. Nol.1. 1979, pages 27-30, Family History Library Ref. 941.5 B2i vol.10-11.

Societies

Bray Cualaan Historical Society
Attention: Claire Crowther
128, Newcourt Road, Bray, County Wicklow

 Web Sites

To view a list of Wicklow web sites, visit FHLFavorites.info or click on the following for some great sites.

GENUKI - Genuki.

Websites - igp-web

- Rootsweb.ancestry

- genealogy-of-uk

- Genealogylinks

- Wicklowshistoricgaol

- interment





  1. 1.0 1.1 Ryan, James G. Irish Records: sources for family and local history. USA: Ancestry.com, 1997. FHL 941.5 D23r