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1641 Rebellion Ireland, County Louth and County Monaghan. Transcription of deposition manuscripts. Free registration required.

Flax Growers of Ireland, 1796 - County Louth

County Louth, Ireland 1796 Flax Growers Lists

County Louth, Ireland International Genealogical Index (IGI) Batch Numbers. A useful index since searching the IGI by last name only is not permitted unless you search within a single batch of records at a time.

A List of Registered Freeholders of the County of Louth, 1822 (Ireland)

1822 Freeholders List, County Louth, Ireland

A List of Registered Freeholders of the County of Louth, 1824 Supplementary List (Ireland)

1824 Freeholders List , County Louth, Ireland

1842 Voters, County Louth, Ireland

1865 Voters List, County Louth, Ireland

County Louth, Ireland Memorial Inscriptions : A list detailing those burial grounds for which memorial inscriptions are available in print or online.

Drogheda Parishes, County Louth, Ireland Militiamen 1804

1852 Thom's Directory - County Louth, Ireland

Misc. County Louth, Ireland Records
- Arrears of Rent Dundalk and Drogheda 1707
- Louth Militia Officers 1761
- Petition against Thomas Hughes, Inn-keeper, Dundalk, 1767
- Justices of the Peace 1798

1854 Louth Patriotic Fund, County Louth, Ireland. The Patriotic Fund was set up in Ireland (and Great Britain) to assist the dependants (parents, wives or children) of those soldiers who were fighting in the Crimean War and who had fallen on hard times as a result of the main provider being absent from home (or indeed dead or wounded). Around 1,140 was collected in County Louth. This list was transcribed from various newspapers.

1856 Emigrants, County Louth, Ireland : Young Louth women, who emigrated in 1856 mainly to Canada West, via Drogheda, Liverpool and New York.

1839 Tenants of Lord Roden, County Louth, Ireland

List of Tenants of Lord Roden, 1837. Lord Roden was a major land holder in Dundalk and of other lands County Louth, Ireland.

1654 The Down Survey - Barony of Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland

Thom's Directory of Ireland, 1931 : County Louth

IRL-LOUTH Mailing List at RootsWeb. Topic: A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in County Louth, Ireland. You can search the archives for a specific message or browse them.


By Civil Parish

Find the parish for a townland.


  • Ardee

    1855 Ardee Convent Subscribers List, County Louth, Ireland

    Civil Parish of Ardee, County Louth : Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland

    Monumental Inscriptions at old Saint Mary's, Ardee, Co. Louth


  • Ballybarrack

    Civil Parish of Ballybarrack, County Louth : Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland


  • Ballyboys


  • Ballymakenny

    Some Gravestone Inscriptions in Ballymakenny, Co. Louth


  • Ballymascanlan


  • Barronstown


  • Beaulieu


  • Cappoge


  • Carlingford


  • Carrickbaggot


  • Castletown


  • Charlestown


  • Clogher


  • Clonkeehan

    Civil Parish of Clonkeehan, County Louth : Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland


  • Clonkeen

    Civil Parish of Clonkeen, County Louth : Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland

    1890 Tenants' Defence Fund : Subscribers in the parishes of Clonkeen and Tallanstown, County Louth, Ireland


  • Clonmore


  • Collon (part in County Louth, part in County Meath)

    County Louth, Ireland Parish Burials
    -Collon (Church of Ireland) 1791-1823
    -Dundalk (Roman Catholic) 1790-1802

    1775 Collon Cess Payers, County Louth, Ireland Records : The 1775 Collon Cess Payers List has been transcribed from the Collon Parish Registers (Church of Ireland) in the Representative Church Body Library, Braemor Park, Churchtown, Dublin 14, Ireland.


  • Creggan (part in County Louth, part in County Armagh)

    Inscriptions in Creggan Graveyard published in 'Seanchas Ardmhaca, 1972 Vol. 6, No. 2, pp. 309-332' (archived Web page).

    The Townlands of Creggan, County Louth in the Republic of Ireland and County Armagh in Northern Ireland : List of Native Irish Speakers in 1901; Names of House and Land Holders in each townland in 1664, 1766, 1828, 1864, 1901, 1935, 1957 and 1969.


  • Darver


  • Dromin


  • Dromiskin


  • Drumcar


  • Drumshallon


  • Dunany


  • Dunbin


  • Dundalk

    County Louth, Ireland Parish Burials
    -Collon (Church of Ireland) 1791-1823
    -Dundalk (Roman Catholic) 1790-1802

    1832 Borough of Dundalk Voters' List, County Louth, Ireland

    County Louth, Dundalk Householders 1837 (Ireland)

    1837 Dundalk Householders, County Louth, Ireland

    Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland 1908 Householders

    A Genealogical Survey of the Townland of Dowdallshill (Dundalk Civil Parish), County Louth, Ireland

    The Widow Carroll Fund, Dundalk, County Louth, Ireland 1891 : Contains some 300 names.


  • Dunleer

    Civil Parish of Dunleer, County Louth : Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland


  • Dysart

    Civil Parish of Dysart, County Louth : Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland


  • Gernonstown


  • Haggardstown


  • Haynestown


  • Inishkeen (part in County Louth, part in County Monaghan)


  • Kane


  • Kildemock


  • Killanny (part in County Louth, part in County Monaghan)


  • Killincoole


  • Kilsaran


  • Louth


  • Mansfieldstown

    Civil Parish of Mansfieldstown, County Louth : Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland


  • Mapastown

    Civil Parish of Mapastown, County Louth : Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland


  • Marlestown


  • Mayne


  • Monasterboice

    1894 Subscribers to Monasterboice Roman Catholic New Church Building Fund, County Louth, Ireland


  • Mosstown


  • Mullary


  • Parsonstown


  • Philipstown


  • Philipstown district


  • Philipstown-Nugent


  • Port


  • Rathdrumin


  • Richardstown


  • Roche


  • Salterstown

    Civil Parish of Salterstown, County Louth : Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland


  • Shanlis

    Civil Parish of Shanlis, County Louth : Index to Griffith's Valuation of Ireland


  • Smarmore


  • St. Peter's

    1901 Census Drogheda Town, County Louth, Ireland : Partial Heads of Household Index

    1837 Drogheda Householders, County Louth, Ireland


  • Stabannan


  • Stickillin


  • Tallanstown

    1890 Tenants' Defence Fund : Subscribers in the parishes of Clonkeen and Tallanstown, County Louth, Ireland


  • Termonfeckin

    Monumental Inscriptions, Termonfeckin Cemetery, Co. Louth : Some inscriptions and surname index.


  • Tullyallen (part in County Louth, part in County Meath)

    1898 Tullyallen Subscribers List to the New Church Building Fund.


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