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Gravestone inscriptions can be a useful source of family history information. Gravestones may give birth, marriage, and death information. They may also give clues about military service, occupation, or family members buried in the same area. Sometimes they give more information than the parish burial register or civil certificate of death. Gravestone inscriptions are especially helpful for identifying ancestors who are not recorded in other existing records.
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[[Image:Gotoarrow.png]] [[Ireland]] [[Image:Gotoarrow.png]]Cemeteries
  
== What you must know to use these records ==
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Gravestone inscriptions can be a useful source of family history information.  Sometimes, multiple family members are buried in the same vault and the inscription will give information on all that are buried there.  Gravestones may give birth, marriage, and death information. They may also give clues about military service and occupation, or family members buried in the same area. Sometimes they give more information than the parish burial register or civil certificate of death. Gravestone inscriptions are especially helpful for identifying ancestors who are not recorded in other existing records. [http://www.interment.net/ireland/index.htm [[Image:Ireland Cemeteries 1.jpg|thumb|right|314x236px]]]
  
To find an ancestor's gravestone inscription, you must know where he or she was buried. Your ancestor may have been buried in a church, city, or public cemetery usually near the place where he or she lived or died.
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== What you must know to use these records  ==
  
You can find clues about burial place in:
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To find an ancestor's gravestone inscription, you must know where he or she was buried. Your ancestor may have been buried in a church, city, or public cemetery usually near the place where he or she lived or died.&nbsp; There are also beginning to be databases containing<span id="fck_dom_range_temp_1232128431709_802" /> inscriptions from multiple cemetaries that can be searched.
  
*** Church records
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You can find clues about burial place in:
*** Death certificates
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*** Probate records
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*** Newspapers
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*** Family histories
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== Finding Cemeteries ==
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*Church records
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*Death certificates *
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*Probate records
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*Newspapers&nbsp;
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*Census or Census substitutes
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*Family histories
  
Cemeteries are often located next to a church. If you know where your ancestor attended church check that place first. The book by Ryan, James G. ''Irish Records: Sources for Family &amp; Local History''. Salt Lake City, Utah: Ancestry Publishing, 1988. (FHL book Ref 941.5 D23r.) lists the various parishes and religious denominations in each county. This will give an indication of places where cemeteries may exist.
 
  
''Griffith's Primary Valuation'' listed churches and graveyards known to exist as late as 1864. Brian Mitchell's book, ''A guide to Irish Churches and Graveyards'' (FHL Ref book 941.5 V3tgi) lists the cemeteries in each townland, parish, and county.
 
  
Municipal cemeteries may have '''cemetery registry books''' listing persons buried in large towns or cities.
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(* note - Irish death certs do not include details of place of burial)
  
The search for the cemetery where your ancestor was buried may be simplified by following ([[Strategy for finding an Irish tombstone|read more...]] )
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== Finding Cemeteries  ==
  
== Finding Gravestone Inscriptions ==
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Cemeteries are often located next to a church. If you know where your ancestor attended church check that place first. The book by Ryan, James G. ''Irish Records: Sources for Family &amp; Local History''. Rev. ed. Salt Lake City, Utah: Ancestry Publishing, 1997. (Family History Library book Ref {{FHL|817418|title-id|disp=941.5 D23r}}.) lists the various parishes and religious denominations in each county. This will give an indication of places where cemeteries may exist.
  
If your ancestor was buried in a churchyard, the parish minister of the church may have information about your ancestor in the church's burial registers or burial plot records. For help in finding a minister's address, see the "[[Ireland Church Directories|Church Directories]]" section of this outline.
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''Griffith's Primary Valuation'' listed churches and graveyards known to exist as late as 1864. Brian Mitchell's book, ''A guide to Irish Churches and Graveyards'' (Family History Library Ref book {{FHL|597672|title-id|disp=941.5 V3gi}} ) lists the cemeteries in each townland, parish, and county.  
  
*** Some gravestone inscriptions have been transcribed by Ireland's county heritage centres. Contact the centre in the county where your ancestor was buried for more information or try a search of their indexes online at [http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/gravestones/index.cfm '''http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/gravestones/index.cfm''']
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Municipal cemeteries may have '''cemetery registry books''' listing persons buried in large towns or cities.
*** Gravestone inscriptions that have been transcribed by other organizations or individuals are listed in:
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### Catalogs and inventories of various repositories. See the "[[Ireland Archives and Libraries|Archives and Libraries]]" section of this outline.
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The search for the cemetery where your ancestor was buried may be simplified by following ([[Strategy for finding an Irish tombstone|read more...]] )  
### Hayes, Richard J. ''Manuscript sources for the history of Irish civilization''. (FHL book 941.5 A5h.)
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### Grenham, John. ''Tracing Your Irish Ancestors: The Complete Guide''. Dublin, Ireland: Gill and Macmillan, 1992. (FHL book Ref 941.5 D27gj.)
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### The Family History Library has a growing collection of transcriptions of gravestone inscriptions. To locate these, consult the '''[http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=localitysearch&columns=*,0,0 Place Search]''' of the Family History Library Catalog under the following headings:
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****** '''[http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=topicdetails&subject=492170&subject_disp=Ireland+-+Cemeteries&columns=*,0,0 '''IRELAND - CEMETERIES''']'''
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== Finding Gravestone Inscriptions  ==
****** IRELAND, [COUNTY] - CEMETERIES
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****** IRELAND, [COUNTY], [PARISH] - CEMETERIES
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*** Gravestone inscriptions may be found in printed histories and periodicals. Many such inscriptions are listed in:
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### Smith, Frank''. Smith's Inventory of Genealogical Sources: Ireland.'' (FHL book 941.5 D23s.)
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If your ancestor was buried in a churchyard, the parish minister of the church may have information about your ancestor in the church's burial registers or burial plot records. For help in finding a minister's address, see [[Ireland Church Directories]].  
### ''Journal of the Association for the Preservation of the ''''''Memorials of the Dead'''''' in Ireland'', includes an index.
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### Other periodicals and histories that may contain gravestone inscriptions are listed in the [http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=localitysearch&columns=*,0,0 '''Place Search'''] of the Family History Library Catalog under the following headings:
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****** [http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=topicdetails&subject=329392&subject_disp=Ireland+-+Periodicals&columns=*,0,0 '''IRELAND - PERIODICALS''']
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*Some gravestone inscriptions have been transcribed by Ireland's county heritage centres. Contact the centre in the county where your ancestor was buried for more information.
****** IRELAND, [COUNTY] - PERIODICALS
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*You may also search some of the online&nbsp;indexes.&nbsp; Below are some of the&nbsp;available indexes.&nbsp; You should also search the&nbsp;internet to&nbsp;look for other online indexes.&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;
****** IRELAND, [COUNTY] - HISTORY
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****** IRELAND, [COUNTY], [PARISH] - HISTORY
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= Ireland's Gravestone Index =
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;'''[http://www.irish-world.com/gravestones/index.cfm http://www.irish-world.com/gravestones/index.cfm]&nbsp; - '''pay for view
  
Ireland's Gravestone Inscription Index provides:
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;[http://www.historyfromheadstones.com/ '''http://www.historyfromheadstones.com/''']&nbsp; - pay for view, Ulster cemetaries
  
* <div class="plain">Nearly 400,000 gravestone inscriptions</div>
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;[http://www.interment.net/ireland/index.htm '''http://www.i''''''nterment.net/ireland/index.htm''']'''&nbsp;''' - free, mostly cemetaries in the Republic
* <div class="plain">From 851 parishes in ten counties.</div>
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It may be the largest online source for Irish gravestone information.
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;'''&nbsp;'''[http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlmea2/Cemeteries/ '''http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlmea2/Cemeteries/''']'''&nbsp;''' -&nbsp; free, County Meath
  
The full gravestone inscription is not available online but the index provides:
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Johnson, Keith A.&nbsp; Some Irish Inscriptions in Old Burial Grounds of New South Wales, Australia.&nbsp; Numerous headstones with inscriptions recording the death of Irish persons who settled in Australia, giving their native place in Ireland, covering years 1820-1914.&nbsp; Article in The Irish Ancestor, Vo.III, no.1. 1971, pages 5-10, Family History Ref. 941.5 B2i
  
<div class="plain">
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Jones, Horace E. Some Irish Monumental Inscriptions in England. Found in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire,Cumberland, Hampshire, Kent, Middlesex, Somerset, Surrey, Sussex, Warwickshire.&nbsp; Article is in The Irish Ancestor, Vol. 1, no. 2, 1969 page 97-103, 941.5 B2i Family History Library SLC, also [http://www.worldcat.org/title/the-irish-ancestor www.worldcat.org/title/the-irish-ancestor] and [http://sources.nli.ie/Records http://sources.nli.ie/Records]
  
* Person ID
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [http://www.belfastcity.gov.uk/burialrecords/search.asp http://www.belfastcity.gov.uk/burialrecords/search.asp] - Belfast City Burial Database
* First Name
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* Surname
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* Year of Death
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* Parish
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* County
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</div>
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&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp; [http://www.iancantwell.com http://www.iancantwell.com] - free index of published (CD &amp; online) surnames and place names&nbsp;from Cos. Clare, Dublin, Galway, Mayo, Wexford and Wicklow
  
The counties of Antrim, Armagh, Derry, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Louth and Monaghan are included in the index with other counties being added in the future.
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*Gravestone inscriptions that have been transcribed by other organizations or individuals are listed in:
  
'''Internet Address:'''
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###Catalogs and inventories of various repositories. See [[Ireland Archives and Libraries]].
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###Hayes, Richard J. [[Hayes Manuscript and Periodical Sources for Irish Research|''Manuscript sources for the history of Irish civilization'']]. (Family History Library&nbsp;book {{FHL|44280|title-id|disp=941.5 A5h}}.)
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###Grenham, John. ''Tracing Your Irish Ancestors: The Complete Guide''. 3rd ed. Dublin, Ireland: Gill and Macmillan, 2006. (Family History Library book Ref {{FHL|955440|title-id|disp=941.5 D27gj 2006}}.)
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###The Family History Library has a growing collection of transcriptions of gravestone inscriptions. To locate these, consult the [https://www.familysearch.org/#form=catalog '''Place Search''']
  
http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/gravestones/index.cfm
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'''of the Family History Library Catalog under the following headings:&nbsp;'''
  
'''Using the site:'''
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<br>
  
# Type as little or as much information about an ancestor as you want in the search boxes on the right side of the screen.
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******{{FHL|492170|subject-id|disp=IRELAND - CEMETERIES}}
# Click on the '''Search Database''' button.
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******IRELAND, [COUNTY] - CEMETERIES
# A page will open showing the number of inscriptions found. Click on one of the links to inscriptions. Up to ten entries will be displayed on a page.
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******IRELAND, [COUNTY], [PARISH] - CEMETERIES
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***Gravestone inscriptions may be found in printed histories and periodicals. Many such inscriptions are listed in:
  
For a full transcript of the gravestone transcription you will need to click on the '''Purchase Full Transcription''' link and pay for the details.
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###Smith, Frank''. Smith's Inventory of Genealogical Sources: Ireland.'' (Family History Library book 941.5 D23s.)
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###''Journal of the Association for the Preservation of the ''''''Memorials of the Dead''''''in Ireland'', includes an index.
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###Other periodicals and histories that may contain gravestone inscriptions are listed in the [https://www.familysearch.org/#form=catalog '''Place Search''']
  
Although there is a fee for a full transcript the index details are very helpful providing the parish and county of the grave.
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of the Family History Library Catalog under the following headings:
  
== Ireland Cemetery Registration Books ==
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******{{FHL|329392|subject-id|disp='''IRELAND - PERIODICALS'''}}
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******IRELAND, [COUNTY] - PERIODICALS
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******IRELAND, [COUNTY] - HISTORY
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******IRELAND, [COUNTY], [PARISH] - HISTORY
  
Cemetery registration books are registers of burials and cremations at municipal cemeteries. Few records are available. Those that do exist are mostly for the large municipal cemeteries.
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= Ireland's Gravestone Index  =
  
Possibly the best cemetery registration books are for [[Glasnevin Cemetery Ireland 1832 to the Present|Glasnevin Cemetery]] in Dublin.
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[[Image:Ireland Cemeteries 2.jpg|thumb|right|233x309px]]Ireland's Gravestone Inscription Index provides:&nbsp;
  
= Memorials of the Dead =
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*Nearly 400,000 gravestone inscriptions
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*From 851 parishes in ten counties.
  
'''The Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead''' published journals from 1888 to 1934 and contain information from gravestones throughout Ireland.
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It may be the largest online source for Irish gravestone information.  
  
=== Indexes published between 1888-1934: ===
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The full gravestone inscription is not available online but the index provides:  
  
<div class="plain">
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*Person ID
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*First Name
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*Surname
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*Year of Death
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*Parish
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*County
  
[http://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclare/genealogy/memorials/index.htm '''County Clare (1888-1916)''']
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The counties of Antrim, Armagh, Derry, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Louth and Monaghan are included in the index with other counties being added in the future.  
  
'''[http://www.familysearch.org/Eng/Library/fhlcatalog/supermainframeset.asp?display=titlefilmnotes&columns=*,0,0&titleno=566838&disp=Journal+of+the+Association+for+the+Prese++ Index 1888-1908 Funeral entries]'''
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== Internet Address:  ==
  
</div>
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*[http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/gravestones/index.cfm http://www.irishgenealogy.ie/gravestones/index.cfm]
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== Using the site:  ==
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#Type as little or as much information about an ancestor as you want in the search boxes on the right side of the screen.
 +
#Click on the '''Search Database''' button.
 +
#A page will open showing the number of inscriptions found. Click on one of the links to inscriptions. Up to ten entries will be displayed on a page.
 +
 
 +
For a full transcript of the gravestone transcription you will need to click on the '''Purchase Full Transcription''' link and pay for the details.
 +
 
 +
Although there is a fee for a full transcript the index details are very helpful providing the parish and county of the grave.
 +
 
 +
== Ireland Cemetery Registration Books  ==
 +
 
 +
Cemetery registration books are registers of burials and cremations at municipal cemeteries. Few records are available. Those that do exist are mostly for the large municipal cemeteries.
 +
 
 +
Possibly the best cemetery registration books are for [[Glasnevin Cemetery Ireland 1832 to the Present|Glasnevin Cemetery]] in Dublin.
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= Memorials of the Dead  =
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'''The Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead''' published journals from 1888 to 1934 and contain information from gravestones throughout Ireland.
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 +
=== Indexes published between 1888-1934:  ===
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*[http://www.clarelibrary.ie/eolas/coclare/genealogy/memorials/index.htm '''County Clare (1888-1916)''']
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*{{FHL|566838|title-id|disp=Index 1888-1908 Funeral entries}}
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{{Place|Ireland}}
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[[Category:Ireland|Cemeteries]] [[Category:Cemeteries]]

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Gravestone inscriptions can be a useful source of family history information.  Sometimes, multiple family members are buried in the same vault and the inscription will give information on all that are buried there.  Gravestones may give birth, marriage, and death information. They may also give clues about military service and occupation, or family members buried in the same area. Sometimes they give more information than the parish burial register or civil certificate of death. Gravestone inscriptions are especially helpful for identifying ancestors who are not recorded in other existing records.
Ireland Cemeteries 1.jpg

Contents

What you must know to use these records

To find an ancestor's gravestone inscription, you must know where he or she was buried. Your ancestor may have been buried in a church, city, or public cemetery usually near the place where he or she lived or died.  There are also beginning to be databases containing inscriptions from multiple cemetaries that can be searched.

You can find clues about burial place in:

  • Church records
  • Death certificates *
  • Probate records
  • Newspapers 
  • Census or Census substitutes
  • Family histories


(* note - Irish death certs do not include details of place of burial)

Finding Cemeteries

Cemeteries are often located next to a church. If you know where your ancestor attended church check that place first. The book by Ryan, James G. Irish Records: Sources for Family & Local History. Rev. ed. Salt Lake City, Utah: Ancestry Publishing, 1997. (Family History Library book Ref 941.5 D23r.) lists the various parishes and religious denominations in each county. This will give an indication of places where cemeteries may exist.

Griffith's Primary Valuation listed churches and graveyards known to exist as late as 1864. Brian Mitchell's book, A guide to Irish Churches and Graveyards (Family History Library Ref book 941.5 V3gi ) lists the cemeteries in each townland, parish, and county.

Municipal cemeteries may have cemetery registry books listing persons buried in large towns or cities.

The search for the cemetery where your ancestor was buried may be simplified by following (read more... )

Finding Gravestone Inscriptions

If your ancestor was buried in a churchyard, the parish minister of the church may have information about your ancestor in the church's burial registers or burial plot records. For help in finding a minister's address, see Ireland Church Directories.

  • Some gravestone inscriptions have been transcribed by Ireland's county heritage centres. Contact the centre in the county where your ancestor was buried for more information.
  • You may also search some of the online indexes.  Below are some of the available indexes.  You should also search the internet to look for other online indexes.                                                                                                   

              http://www.irish-world.com/gravestones/index.cfm  - pay for view

              http://www.historyfromheadstones.com/  - pay for view, Ulster cemetaries

              http://www.i'nterment.net/ireland/index.htm'  - free, mostly cemetaries in the Republic

              http://www.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~irlmea2/Cemeteries/  -  free, County Meath

Johnson, Keith A.  Some Irish Inscriptions in Old Burial Grounds of New South Wales, Australia.  Numerous headstones with inscriptions recording the death of Irish persons who settled in Australia, giving their native place in Ireland, covering years 1820-1914.  Article in The Irish Ancestor, Vo.III, no.1. 1971, pages 5-10, Family History Ref. 941.5 B2i

Jones, Horace E. Some Irish Monumental Inscriptions in England. Found in Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire,Cumberland, Hampshire, Kent, Middlesex, Somerset, Surrey, Sussex, Warwickshire.  Article is in The Irish Ancestor, Vol. 1, no. 2, 1969 page 97-103, 941.5 B2i Family History Library SLC, also www.worldcat.org/title/the-irish-ancestor and http://sources.nli.ie/Records

              http://www.belfastcity.gov.uk/burialrecords/search.asp - Belfast City Burial Database

              http://www.iancantwell.com - free index of published (CD & online) surnames and place names from Cos. Clare, Dublin, Galway, Mayo, Wexford and Wicklow

  • Gravestone inscriptions that have been transcribed by other organizations or individuals are listed in:
      1. Catalogs and inventories of various repositories. See Ireland Archives and Libraries.
      2. Hayes, Richard J. Manuscript sources for the history of Irish civilization. (Family History Library book 941.5 A5h.)
      3. Grenham, John. Tracing Your Irish Ancestors: The Complete Guide. 3rd ed. Dublin, Ireland: Gill and Macmillan, 2006. (Family History Library book Ref 941.5 D27gj 2006.)
      4. The Family History Library has a growing collection of transcriptions of gravestone inscriptions. To locate these, consult the Place Search

of the Family History Library Catalog under the following headings: 


      • Gravestone inscriptions may be found in printed histories and periodicals. Many such inscriptions are listed in:
      1. Smith, Frank. Smith's Inventory of Genealogical Sources: Ireland. (Family History Library book 941.5 D23s.)
      2. Journal of the Association for the Preservation of the 'Memorials of the Dead'in Ireland, includes an index.
      3. Other periodicals and histories that may contain gravestone inscriptions are listed in the Place Search

of the Family History Library Catalog under the following headings:

            • IRELAND - PERIODICALS
            • IRELAND, [COUNTY] - PERIODICALS
            • IRELAND, [COUNTY] - HISTORY
            • IRELAND, [COUNTY], [PARISH] - HISTORY

Ireland's Gravestone Index

Ireland Cemeteries 2.jpg
Ireland's Gravestone Inscription Index provides: 
  • Nearly 400,000 gravestone inscriptions
  • From 851 parishes in ten counties.

It may be the largest online source for Irish gravestone information.

The full gravestone inscription is not available online but the index provides:

  • Person ID
  • First Name
  • Surname
  • Year of Death
  • Parish
  • County

The counties of Antrim, Armagh, Derry, Donegal, Down, Fermanagh, Louth and Monaghan are included in the index with other counties being added in the future.

Internet Address:

Using the site:

  1. Type as little or as much information about an ancestor as you want in the search boxes on the right side of the screen.
  2. Click on the Search Database button.
  3. A page will open showing the number of inscriptions found. Click on one of the links to inscriptions. Up to ten entries will be displayed on a page.

For a full transcript of the gravestone transcription you will need to click on the Purchase Full Transcription link and pay for the details.

Although there is a fee for a full transcript the index details are very helpful providing the parish and county of the grave.

Ireland Cemetery Registration Books

Cemetery registration books are registers of burials and cremations at municipal cemeteries. Few records are available. Those that do exist are mostly for the large municipal cemeteries.

Possibly the best cemetery registration books are for Glasnevin Cemetery in Dublin.

Memorials of the Dead

The Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the Dead published journals from 1888 to 1934 and contain information from gravestones throughout Ireland.

Indexes published between 1888-1934: