Cemetery: List of Dublin Cemeteries

Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives
Dublin Index


File contributed by:  various


RC= Roman Catholic
CofI =Church of Ireland
RCB= Representative Church Body Braemor Park Dublin

Graveyard name- Adress- Religion (if known)- period of use 
and sometimes additional data.


Abbotstown - Castlknock Co Dublin RC - 1755-1976

Aderrig- Adderig townland is 2 miles sw of Lucan and the 
graveyard is on a secondary road linking Hazelhatch - 

All Hallows-Grace park Road Drumcondra Dublin 9- 1846 -to 

Arbour Hill- Stonybatter Dublin 7, 1704-1920's (British 
Military are the majority buried here)

Ardlagh see Arlagh

Arlagh-Arlagh Milverton Skerries Co Dublin -1981 to date

Artane-Kilmore Road Artane Dublin 5- 1100's -1700's

Athgoe see Colmanstown


Balbriggan (Saint Georges)- Church Street Balbriggan Co 
Dublin- from 1834

Balbriggan (Saint Peter and Paul's) -Ballbriggan Co Dublin- 
1930 -to date

Baldongan -Beside Baldongan Castle, Skerries Co Dublin - 
1782 -to date

Baldungan see Baldongan

Balgriffin (see also Fingal) -Ballgriffin Dublin 17- 1954 to 

Ballalease see Donabate

Ballyboghill-Ballyboghill CO Dublin from 1500's to date

Ballylough 65 Fairview Strand Dublin 3- (Jewish) c1890 to 
1978 Last burial for those with Burial rights 1958 is now 

Ballyfermot (Saint Lawrence's) -Le Fanu Road Ballyfermot 
Dublin 10. Pre Christian to 1950's

Ballymadrough - Donabate Co Dublin -Off Hearse Road and at 
the rear of what was Jones fruit farm in a corner field on 
land that did belong to the Keeling family (may still) 
1700-1800 Now closed

Ballymudun-Ballymudan Co Dublin -c1800 to date Graveyard is 
in two sections the older part is closed.

Balrothery-Balrothery Co Dublin From 1700- graveyard now 
closed except to those with burial rights

Balrothery Union -Oberstown Lusk Co Dublin -c 1850-1920

Balscaddan -Balscaddan Co Dublin from 1732 until late- now 
closed only open to those with burial rights

Balscaddan (Church of the Assumption) Balscaddan Co Dublin 
(RC) 1816 to date

Baring Family Mausoleum-Lambay Castle, Lambay Island Co 
Dublin from 1922

Barrington's-Brennanstown Road Cabinteely Co Dublin-1800 -to 

Bellevue see Merrion

Beresford Family Vault-Abbeyville House Kinsealy Co Dublin - 

Beth Olam -Aughavanagh Road Crumlin Dublin 12 (Jewish) 
1883-to date

Blackrock College (Vaults) see also Holy Ghost 
Fathers-Blackrock Co Dublin 1874-1914

Bluebell see Drimagh

Bohernabreena (Saint Annes) Bohermabreena CO Dublin -from c 
1700 - Graveyard closed by ministerial orders in 1940

Bohernabreena (Saint Joseph's) Bohernabreena Co Dublin- 1942 
to date

Brackentsown -Brackenstown Road Sword Co Dublin (in the 
grounds of the Catholic Church) 1987 only one burial of the 
Very Rev J O'Connell P.P.

Bremore-Balbrigan Co Dublin 1700-1898

Brownstown see Loughtown

Bully's Acre- The Royal Hospital Kilmainham Dublin 8- 
Medieval times to 1832 oldest know gravestone is dated 1652

Bullock see Tully

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Cabbage Garden - Near St Patrick's Cathedral Dublin 

Records for the Church of Ireland Parish of St Nicholas 
without from 1694-1875 are with the RCB Library Braemore 
Park Churchtown Dublin 14

Cappuchin Burial Ground see Cabage Garden

Carmelite Broters see Rosminian Fathers

Carmelite Sisters-Carmelite Monastery Firhouse Dublin 24

Carmelite Sisters (Monastery Of The Incarnation) -Hampton 
Grace park Road Drumcondra Dublin 9-1858 to date

Carmelite Sisters (see also Presentation Sisters 

Carrickbrennan -Monkstown Co Dublin-CofI records 1669-to 
date RC records November 1867 to 1881

Castle Avenue (Saint John the Baptist)-Clontarf Dublin 3 
Adjacent Clontarf Castle From c1700 now closed only open to 
those with burial rights.

Castleknock (Saint Brigid's) -Castleknock Dublin 15 -RC-1695 
to date Cof I -1709-1742 and 1772 -1875

Cathedral Church of the Holy Trinity see Christ Church 
Cathedral Crypt

Challoner's Corner- Trinity College Dublin 2 (behind the 
chapel which is on the Front Square of Trinity College from 

The graveyard so named after the first person to be buried 
in it, Dr Luke Challoner Died 1613

Chapelizod (Saint Lawrence) Main Street Chapelizod Dublin 
20- c 1600 to date CofI -from 1840 RC from 1846

Many are memorials to the military personnel including 
several connected to the Royal Hibernian School

ChapelMidway-Kilsallaghan Co Dublin- Unknown when it began 
it is said it is old

Charity of Saint Vincent De Paul, Daughters Of -Saint 
Vincent's North William Street Dublin -1845-1921

Charity Sisters Of -Saint Magdalen's Sisters of Charity 
Donnybrook Dublin 4- 1837 to date

Charity, Sisters of Our Lady Of -High Park Convent Grace 
road Dublin 9- 1861 to date

Christ Church Cathedral Crypt-Christ Church Place Dublin 8- 
CofI,- 1710-1866

Christian Brothers (Oratory of the Resurrection) Oratory of 
the Resurrection Kilmore Road Artane Dublin 5 -1871 -1968

Christian Brothers (Saint Joseph's School for Deaf Boys) 
Saint Joseph's School for Deaf Boys Cabra Dublin 7 -1860 to 

Christian Brothers (Saint Mary's Training College) Saint 
Mary's Training College, Griffith Avenue Marino Dublin 3- 
Period of use Unknown

Christian Brothers (Saint Patrick's) Saint Patricks Baldoyle 
Dublin 13- 1916 to date

Cloghran-Swords Dublin - 1732-1852

Clondalkin (Mount Saint Joseph) see Little Sisters of 

Clondalkin (Saint Joseph's) Tower road Clondalkin Dublin 22 
- this graveyard is in three sections

1a- Main graveyard around church formally a public burial 
ground dates from c630AD to 1881

2a-Enclosed graveyard North of Church is CofI - dates from 
1881 -1953 there are also burial records from 1779

3a-New Graveyard -North east of Church is CofI - dates from 
1953 to date

There are Roman Catholic burials here as well in the main 

Clonmethon- Oldtown Co Dublin -period of use unknown CofI 
records from August 1884 some may have perished in the 1922 

Clonsilla (Saint Mary's)-Clonsilla Dublin 15- Period of Use 
from 1740 Church of Ireland records from 1831 and RC are 
from 1759

Clontarf see Castle Avenue (St John the Baptist)

Colmanstown -Athgoe Castlwarden Co Dublin from c 1700 now 

Coolock (Saint John the Evangelist) Tonlegee Road Coolock 
Dublin 17- from 1688 for both RC and CofI

Coombe, The see Saint Luke

Cruagh- Rathfarnham Dublin 16 period of use Dec 2nd 1944 to 

Cruagh Old -Rathfarnham Dublin 16 Period of use 1700's to 
1800's No burial records have been located. Does not mean 
that there is no memorials simply means no burial records 

Crumlin (Saint Mary's) -Crumlin Dublin 12- c1100-1952 - CofI 
records cover 1740-1890 and 1832 -1862

(some inscriptions found cover Fishamble and Parliament 
Street area of the City)

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Dalkey- Dalkey Co Dublin (graveyard is at ruined Church 
Castle Street) Circa 1500 -1826

CofI records from 1872 Roman Catholic from 1861

Prior to 1861 the Roman Catholic Parish of Dalkey was a part 
of the parish of Dun Laoghaire which in those days was 
called Kingstown.

Dardinstown- Collinstown Cross Swords Co Dublin - from July 

Deans's Grange- Deans Grange Co Dublin from 1862 to date 
Burial records are held at the Cemetery, Registers include 
the Register of Burials and the register of Graves Purchased

Deansrath see Kilmahuddrick (St Cuthbert's)

Dominican (Saint Mary's) Dominican Priory Tallaght Village 
Dublin 24- >From 1890 to date

Donabate- (Ballalease) -Portrane road Donabate Co Dublin 
next to the school, south side of the road between the Blind 
lane and the Portrane Road- 1952 to date

Donabate (Saint Patrick's) The Square Donabate Co Dublin - 
1735 to date CofI

Donabate (Saint Patricks) Dnabate Co Dublin (adjacent to 
Saint Patrick's Hall) RC- 1804 -now closed RC records for 
the period 1760-1880 are on microfilm at the National 

Donaghmede see Grange Abbey

Donnybrook-Main street Donnybrook Dublin 4 c800-1899

Original CofI records for the period 1712-1880 were flood 
damaged in 1986 but are held at the RCB, extracts from 
records are held in the PRONI and 1712 - 1739 are found in 
the National Library of Ireland

Drimnagh (Bluebell) -Old Naas road Dublin 12- 1700's to date 
Burial records for the period from 1905 are held at the 
Cemetery Lodge Bluebell graveyard Dublin 12.

Drumcondra -Church Avenue Drumcondra Dublin 9 - from 
Medieval times to date CofI lost some records in 1922

Drumcondra (Saint George's) -Whitworth Road Drumcondra 
Dublin 9-1820's 1962 now closed except to those with burial 

Dundrum see Taney (saint Nathis's)

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Esker (New) Lucan Co Dublin 1889 to date

Esker (Old) Lucan Co Dublin c1500 to 1940 when the graveyard 
was closed by ministerial orders Many CofI records were 
destroyed in 1922, Roman Catholic records are available from 
1778- the graveyard holds 53 stones which are date pre 1900 
and some cover Co Kildare folk as well as Dublin City.

Esker (Saint Mary's) -Lucan Co Dublin -1940 to date.

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Fingal (see also Balgriffin) Balgriffin Malahide Road Dublin 
13 -1984 to date records are on Microfilm from 10/4/1986 and 
the Dublin County Environmental department Swords Depot 
Watery Lane Co Dublin and a computerised index to graves 
purchased are available at the graveyard.

Finglas (Saint Canice's)- Church Street Finglas Dublin 11. 
-1200's to 1957 then the graveyard closed on ministerial 

Early CofI records destroyed in 1922 Burial records for 
1668-1772 are in the Genealogical office -Burial records 
from 1877 -1996 available at the RCB. Roman Catholic records 
from 1757-1800 are housed in the National Library

Burial records from 1925 are available.

Friends Burial Ground (Quakers) Temple Hill Blackrock Co 
Dublin - 3rd June 1860 to date. Records for burials in 
Dublin pre-1860 are held in Custody at Historical Library 
Swanbrook House Morehampton Road Dublin 4.

Records for burials pre 1860 can be made available upon 
contacting the secretary, Temple Hill Community C/- 
Swanbrook House Morehampton Road Dublin 4, if wishing to see 
these records an appointment is necessary to view records.

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Garristown-Garristown Co Dublin -c1600 to date CofI Records 
destroyed 1922- Burial records available from 1935

Glasnevin-Finglas Road Glasnevin Dublin 11- 1832 to date - 
Present location of Burial records is at The Office Glanevin 
Cemetery, Finglas Road Glasnevin Dublin 11- (address most 
likely on the net).

Glasnevin(Saint Mobhi's)- Church Lane Dublin 9- from 1600's 
now closed except for those with burial rights. Older 
records are at RCB.

Glencullen Old- Glencullen Co Dublin- RC -1824-1908 now 
closed except for those with burial rights

Glencullen (Saint Patrick's) Clencullen Co Dublin- RC- 1908 
to date

Golden Bridge- Saint Vincent Street West, Inchincore Dublin 
8 -1829 to date

Grallagh-Naul Co Dublin c1400 to date

Grange Abbey- Grange Road Donaghmede Dublin 13- 1300s-1700's 
present location of Burial records is unknown, this does not 
cover memorial stones (please note there is a difference 
between burial and memorials records)

Grangegorman Military Cemetery-Blackhorse Avenue Dublin7- 
from 1878 - Now closed open to those with burial rights, 
burial records are held by the caretaker of this graveyard- 
This graveyard was opened as a burial ground for members of 
the British Army and their families. There are graves for 
600 soldiers who took part in WW1 and many who died at the 
Easter Uprising of 1916.

Hibernian Cemetery- Saint Mary's Hospital Phoenix Park 
Dublin 20 From c 1850 now closed except for those with 
burial rights.

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High Park see Charity Sisters of our Lady Of

Hollywood -Naul Co Dublin c1300 to date- CofI records 
destroyed 1922 Burial records still available

Holmpatrick - Skerries Co Dublin From c1500 Rc records from 
1751-1880 are available national Library Ireland some 
burials also available Dublin Co Council

Holy Faith Sisters- Holy Faith Convent Finglas Rd. Glasnevin 
Dublin11- 1866 to date (graveyard reserved for members of 
the order)

Holy Ghost Fathers (see also Blackrock College) 0 Kimmage 
Manor Whitehall Road Dublin 12 - 1948 to date (graveyard is 
reserved for members of the order)

Howth (Old Abbey)- Church Street Howth Co Dublin - from 1470 
- 1973 when graveyard closed on Ministerial orders. Burial 
records on microfilm available at the Dublin Corporation 
Environmental Health Section 9 Aston Quay Dublin (now under 
a new name but still can be found under Dublin Corporation- 
Roman Catholic records from 1890 in local custody

Howth (Saint Mary's) -Church Street Howth Co Dublin RC- From 
1813 now closed except for those exercising their burial 
rights. RC records in local custody from 1890.

Huguenot Burial Ground- Peter Street Dublin (graveyard no 
longer exists) a Plaque on the wall in Peters Street Marks 
the site used from 1711-1879 available at RCB- Berkley 
Library Trinity College - Now when the Biscuit people Messrs 
Jacobs purchased the site, the remains of these people 
buried here were re-interred in a special plot in Mount 
Jerome graveyard (non conformists congregation of Dublin 
were buried there)

Huguenot -Cabbage Garden -Cathedral Lane Upper Kevin Street 
Dublin 8- 1685-1879 - Copy held in Berkeley Library Trinity 
College Dublin the graveyard site adjoins the one listed as 
Cabbage Garden

Huguenot Cemetery -10 Merion Row Dublin- from 1693 -1901 to 
get details on this contact Huguenot Library University 
College London Gower Street London WC1E 6BT (check on net 
that this is correct)

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Irishtown (Saint Matthew's) -Irishtown Dublin 4- 1723-1866 C 
of I records from 1807 -1866 at RCB

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Kenure -Rush Co Dublin- From 1897 graveyard now closed 
except to those with burial rights- location of records is 
unknown/ this graveyard was provided for the employees of 
the Palmer Estate.

Kenure Old Church- Rush Co Dublin (known locally as Kenure 
Graveyard) Burial records from 1867-1875 and from 1939 are 
available from Dublin Co Council Environmental Department 
Swords Depot Watery Lane Co Dublin

Kilbarrack- Dublin Road Sutton Dublin 13 - from circa 1654 
to date- burial records from 1889 available on microfilm at 
the Dublin Corporation - 9 Aston Quay Dublin.

Kilbride- Kilbride townland Co Dublin - Graveyard lies 1 
mile NW of the Kingswood junction on the Naas Dual 
Carriageway and is opposite the entrance to Casement 
(Baldonnel) Aerodrome, period of use is unknown. CofI for 
the period from 1728 are in local custody Clondalkin Dublin- 
RC records for the period 1778 are also in Local Custody at 
the Parochial House New Rd. Clondalkin Dublin 22. (Many 
buried here are from Bishop Street, James Street and City 
Quay areas of Dublin)

Kilcreagh- Kilcreagh Road Donabite Co Dublin (also on the 
land of Keeling folk) period of use 1700-1900 and is closed 
location of burial records is unknown

Kilgobbin -Enniskerry Road Co Dublin - from 1920's - Now 
closed except those with burial rights Burial records from 
1933 available Dublin County Council Environmental Dept. 
Sandyford Industrial Estate Dublin (check the internet for 
updated address and email )

Kill O' The Grange -Clonkeen Co Dublin (Formerly Saint 
Fintan's Church) Period of use is unknown Burial records Rc- 
1828 -1860 and in Local Custody. RC records for from 1860 
Local Custody - Some CofI records destroyed in 1922 Later 
Records in Local Custody. (Deans Grange Public Library holds 
a list of Gravestones inscriptions in its local history 

Killeek- Killeek Sword Co Dublin - Period of use is unknown 
but oldest headstone is marked as 1701

Killester- Killester Avenue Dublin 5- Period of use Unknown 
graveyard closed in 1876

Killiney Old Churchyard - Marine Avenue via Killiney Hill 
Road Killiney Co Dublin- Period of use unknown a gravestone 
date 1791 first clue of age. And the present location of 
Burial records is unknown, But there has been a church on 
this site since 600AD.

Killossery see also Rowleston -Rowleston Co Dublin -Later 
Burials for this can be found at Rowlestown

Kilmactalway- Castle Bagot, Kilmactalway, Newcastle Co 
Dublin - The graveyard is situated North of the Casement or 
Baldonnel Aerodrome in Castle Bagot Demense- Period of use 
unknown and the church was united to Cloindalkin Church in 
1191 and repaired in 1538. This church being in use in the 
1720's but closes in or around 1830's and then the graveyard 
is officially closed 1948. CofI records from 1728 -RC 
records from 1778

Kilmahuddrick (Saint Cuthbert's) Deansrath Bawnrogue 
Clondalkin Dublin 22, This graveyard is also known as Old 
Church lies within the modern housing estate of Bawnbogue. 
Period of use unknown closed officially 1911. CofI from 1728 
-RC from 1778

Kilmainham (Royal Hospital Military Cemetery) -The Royal 
Hospital Kilmainham Dublin 8 -Used times 1680-c1920

There are three graveyards on this site and it is access 
limited and can only be accessed by the profession 
genealogist and historical societies etc.

Kilsallaghan- Killsallaghan Co Dublin - Is still in use no 
idea when it began-CofI records begin August 1817

Kiltiernan- Kiltiernan Co Dublin c1841 to date -CofI records 
from August 1842

Kiltiernan Old -Bishop's Lane Kiltiernan Co Dublin - Unknown 
and closed in 1948 - Heasdstone as early as 1762

Kinsealy (Saint Nicholas) Kinsealy Malahide Co Dublin - 
Unknown use stones marked as early as 1747 and closed by 
order in 1954- Burial records are from 1936.

Kinseally (See Beresford Family Vault)

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Ladywell see Mulhuddart

Lambay Island see Baring Family Vault

Little Bray see Old Connaught

Little Sisters of the a Assumption - Mount Saint Joseph's 
Monastery Road Clondalkin Dublin 22 -1822 to date

The sisters purchased the monastery from the Carmelite Bros 
in 1946 and the graveyard does contain local persons who has 
anything to do with the monastery.

Little Sisters of the Poor- Saint Patrick's House South 
Circulare Road Kilmainham Dublin 8 -1881 to date reserved 
for the burial of members of the order, in the Dublin area.

Loreto Abbey- Loreto Abbey Rathfanham Dublin 16- from 1826 - 
previously used for students from the school but now 
reserved for members of the order

Loreto Sisters of see Loreto Abbey

Loughlinstown Workhouse- Loughlinstown Co Dublin (the 
graveyard now lies within Saint Colmcilles Hospital 
Loughlinstown) 1845-1850 (used in the famine times) and 
present location of burial records are unknown, but my 
experience does show that if you can locate the Priest of 
the time who worked there he holds records in his registers 
for this time frame. *Graves are unmarked - there being two 
graveyards one in 1843 second in 1848 is said to me a mass 

Loughtown- Newcastle Co Dublin (Behind Peamount Hospital) 
Usage unknown Burial records from 1936

Lucan Chapel Hill (Saint Mary's) Lucan Co Dublin usage 
Unknown location of Burial records Unknown

Lucan Demense -Lucan Co Dublin * graveyard joins the 
residence of the Italian Ambassador to Ireland -Usage 

Church of Ireland records from 1824 lost in the 1922 fire 
.Roman catholic from 1778-1823

Lucan see Esker and Adderrig

Lusk- (Saint Maccullind's) -Lusk Village Co Dublin -Usage 
unknown burial records unknown - was originally administered 
by CofI

Lusk -RC (Saint Macculin's) Lusk Village Dublin- 1780 to 
date and records from 1757-1880 in the National Library of 

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Malahide Castle Dememnse- Malahide Castle Dememnse Co Dublin 
from 1400's to 1961 closed by order and last known burial 
was in 1960 - present location of burial and death records 

Malahide (Saint Andrew's) Church road Malahide Co Dublin - 
1822 to date

Malahide (Saint Sylvester's) Main Street Malahide RC- 1837 
Graveyard contains two curates buried last century.

Malahide (Yellow Walls)- Malhide Co Dublin (Beside the red 
School Malahide unless the school has been painted again) 
Usage from 1923 and now closed except for those with Burial 
rights, records are on Microfiche and available at the 
Dublin Co Council environment Dept Swords Depot Watery lane 
Co Dublin (Check Internet for later address perhaps)

Mercy Sisters of - Saint Vincent's Convent Goldenbridge 
Inchincore Dublin 8-Used from 1884 and a new part opened in 
1985 around 400 burials in graveyard

Merrion (Bellevue) Merrion Road Dublin 4 Beside the Tara 
Hotel and behind the garage- c1300-1866 earliest gravestone 
is noted as 1766- present location of burial and death 
records in unknown

Milverton- see Sjerries (Saint Mobhi's)

Monkstown see Carrickbrennan

Moravian- Whitechurch Road Dublin 16- Church built 1740 use 
from c1750 to date

Mount Anville -Mount Anville Dundrum Dublin 14 -1865 to date

Mount Argus - Saint Paul's Retereat Mount Argus Harold's 
Cross Dublin 6- 1894 to date *Private graveyard for the 
religious community

Mount Jerome - Harolds Cross Dublin 6 - Internet access - 
1838 to date and records are available on microfilm

Mount Sackville- Sisters of Saint Joseph of Cluny Mount 
Sackville Convent Chapelizod Dublin 20.- 1860 to date Used 
for the members of the community in Dublin

Mount Saint Joseph see Little sisters of the Assumption

Mulhuddart-Ladyswell Mulhuddart Dublin 15- usage unknown - 
burial records for the period 1891 available on Microfilm 
Dublin County Council Environment Swords Depot Watery lane 
Co Dublin

Mulhuddart (Saint Thomas') Mulhuddart Dublin 15- c1850 to 
date CofI in local custody

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Naul - Naul Co Dublin c 1700 to date

Newcastle - Newcastle Co Dublin - 1979 to date

Newcastle - Newcastle Co Dublin (Roman Catholic) 1813-1987 
graveyard is now closed only open to those with burial 
rights -RC- from 1778-1976 are divided in a time frame and 
are held in three separate local custody places.

Newcastle-Lyons (Saint Finian's) - The Glebe main street 
Newcastle Co Dublin - c1800 to date - CofI 1776-1847 at the 
RCB and current records are at the Rectory Celbridge Co 
Kildare, a few of the gravestones refer to Dublin folk.

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Oblate Fathers- Tyrconnell Road Inchincore Dublin 8 - 1856 
to date a memorial stone with in the graveyard lists all 
interred there .

Old Abbey see Howth

Old Connaught - Old Connaught Burial Ground Little Bray 
Dublin Present location of Burial and death records Unknown

Our Lady of Lourdes - Our Lady of Lourdes Seam McDermott 
Street Dublin 1 ( RC) there is one lone burial of a Matt 

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Palmerstown - Kennelsfort Road Palmerstown Dublin 20- August 
1978 to date

Palmerstown - Behind the Steawart's Hospital - usage unknown 
and is closed

Palmerstown -Oldtown Co Dublin- Closed in 1940 usage unknown 
and records unknown

Passionist Congregation see Mount Argus

Portmarnock - Strand Road Portmarnock Co Dublin close to the 
Country Club Hotel- Usage is unknown but a headstone that 
can be read is dated 1690 and a burial was held there as 
late as 1980. Burial books etc unknown

Portmarnock (Saint Marnock's) Old Portmarnock Co Dublin used 
from 1790 now closed last burial around 1960's Church of 
Ireland parish records destroyed in 1922

Portrane (Saint Catherine's) -Langstone Park Portrane Co 
Dublin used from c1700 now closed

Portrane (Saint Ita's Hospiatal) -Saint Ita's Hospital the 
Quay Road, Portrane Donabate Co Dublin

Presentation Sisters (Terenure) Saint Joseph's Convent 
Terenure Road West Dublin 6- 1867 to date no formal records 
are kept but information is available from the convent. 
Before 1867 the convent was located in the now Saint 
Vincent's Hospital Fairview and a list of burials is on a 
wall plaque at the hospital (anyone going that way perhaps 
would record those names for us all)

Presentation Sisters (Warrenmount) Warrenmount Convent, 
Warrenmount Dublin 8. usage 1813 to date and before 1892 
this was the property of the Carmelite Order and those 
burials that occurred between 1813 - 1892 are the remains of 
the Carmelite Sisters.

Pro-Cathedral see Saint Mary's Pro Catholic (Vaults)

Prospect see Glasnevin

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Quakers see Friends Burial Ground

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Raheny (Saint Assam's) - Raheny Village Dublin 5 usage 
unknown closed in 1924 except for those with burial rights, 
earlist gravestone is said to be from 1738- CofI records are 
at the RCB

Rathcoole- Main Street Rathcoole Co Dublin- c 1780 to date 
CofIreland records destroyed in 1922 later records are in 
local custody. Roman Catholic from 1832 - Gravestones 
inscriptions refer to persons from Dublin and Co Kildare and 
also buried there is Richard Adkins of Athy who was killed 
by a blow from a jaunting car on the 11th Feb 1827 (nothing 
more known)

Rathfarnham- Rathfarnham Village Dublin 16 - usage unknown 
now closed, CofI parish records cover 1780-1872 were 
destroyed in 1922. CofI parish records from 1872-1968 are at 
the Rectory Rathfarnham. RC records are from 1771

Rathmichael Old Church- Rathmichael Co Dublin -from c1600 
graveyard now closed only open to those with burial rights

And yet again many records of the CofI destroyed in 1922 and 
the later records are only for the past 30 years

Redemptoristines- Monastery of Saint Alphonosus, Saint 
Alphonsus Road Dublin 9- 1873-to date

Religeen see Loughtown

Rosminian Fathers- Saint Joseph's School for the blind, 
Grace Road Drumcondra Dublin 9- 1886 to date the original 
school was run by the Carmelite Brothers now run by the 
Rosminian Fathers.

Rowlestown see also Killossery -Rowlestown Co Dublin usage 
Unknown the earlier burials may be located in Killossery

Royal Hospital Military Cemetery see Kilmainham

Rush (Saint Maur's) Rush Co Dublin- 1898 only one burial of 
a priest

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Saggart- Main Street Saggart County Dublin- usage may have 
been from 1760 as this is the date recorded from a stone 

Burial records are from 1894 in custody- Roman Catholic from 
1832-1880 are in the National Library and RC records from 
1838-1976 are in local custody. * Graveyard has been 
maintained by 3 generations of the Birmingham family

Saint Andrew's - 26 Suffolk Street Dublin - 1171-1916 
Earlier burials are under the church building and associated 
gravestones have been placed against the walls. CofI parish 
records from 1671 to 1858 destroyed by fire.

Saint Andrew's Malahide see Malahide (Saint Andrew's)

Saint Andrew's (Vaults) Westland Row Dublin2 - RC- from 1834 
now closed only those with rights for burial RC Records from 
1741 in local custody and from 1742-1880 in the National 

Saint Ann's- Dawson Street Dublin 2 1720 to about 1870- 
Early church of Ireland records destroyed by that fire in 
1922 and later records are in local custody. A copy of CofI 
records from 1722-1768 are held in the national Library 
Manuscript 2694 and also Manuscript 577.

Saint Annes see Bohernabreena (Saint Anne's)

Saint Assam's see Raheny (Saint Assam'S0

Saint Audoen's - Cornmarket Dublin 8- 1190-1885 - C of I 
records from 167801898 available at the RCB

Saint Begnet's see Dalkey

Saint Brigid's see Castleknock (Saint Brigid's)

Saint Canice's See Finglas (Saint Canice's)

Saint Catherine's - Saint Catherine's Park Thomas Street 
Dublin- 1522-1894 Burial records for 1678-1898 are at the 

Church of Ireland Parish records for the period 1636-1715 
were published in the Journal for the Parish Register 
Society of Dublin v. and the site of the graveyard is now a 
public park.

Saint Catherine's see Portrane (Saint Catherine's)

Saint Colmcille's see Swords (Saint Colmcille"s)

Saitn Cuthbert;s se Kilmahuddrick

Saint Doolagh's- Saint Doolagh's Kinsealy County Dublin - 
usage unknown Cof Ireland records in local custody

Saint Dulaigh's see Saint Doolagh's

Saint Finian's see Newcastle Lyons

Saint Fintan's- Carrickbrack Road Sutton County Dubluin- 
usage 1850 to date- Burial records on microfilm are at the 
Dublin Corporation Environmental Health Section 9 Aston Quay 
Dublin (Check net for later address may have an email 
address by now)

Saint George's - Near Mountjoy Square Dublin - usage Unknown 
and whereabouts of burial and death records unknown, and 
since around 1930 this has been a playground. The headstones 
are placed around the walls.

Saint George's see Balbriggan (Saint George's)

Saint Geoirge's see Drumcondra (Saint George's)

Saint Ita's Hospital see Portrane (Saint Ita's Hospital)

Saint James- James Street Dublin behind 121 James Street 
usage 1627-1976 Cof Ireland records from 1742 - 1989 
available at the RCB. Roman Catholic from 1752-1800 in the 
National Library

Saint John the Baptist see Castle Avenue

Saint John the Evangelist see Coolock

Saint John's - Fishamble Street Dublin 8 Church of Ireland 
records from 1619-1850 available at the RCB. And this site 
is now a public park.

Saint John's see Clondalkin

Saint Joseph of Clunry Sisters of see Mount Sackville

Saint Joseph's see Bohernabreena (Saint Joseph's)

Saint Kevin's- Liberty lane Camden Row Dublin 8- 12226-past 
1753 Burial records for 1731-1809 are in the national 
Library of Ireland - CofIreland records from 1669-1761 have 
been published in the Journal of the Parish register Society 
of Dublin ix. And the graveyard is now a public park.

Saint Lawrence's see Ballyfermot

Saint Lawrence's see Chaplelizod

Saint Luke- 106A The Coombe Dublin 8- usage was between 
1713-1922. C of I records from 1716-1974 are available at 
the RCB.

Saint Macculind's see Lusk

Saint Maelruans's see Tallaght

Saint Margaret's - Saint Margaret;s Finglas Dublin 11- Usage 
unknown closed now except to those with right of burial. RC- 
from 1757-1880 are in the National Library

Saint Mark's -42 Pearse Street Dublin2- 1730-1950 Church of 
Ireland records 1716-1974 are at the RCB.

Saint Marnock's see Portmarnockk (Saint marnock's)

Saint Mary's - Mary Street Dublin 1- 1700-1855 - Church of 
Ireland burial records 1700-1858 housed at the RCB.

The site is now a Public park.

Saint Mary's Pro-Cathedral (Vaults) - Marlborough Street 
Dublin 1 - RC 1827-1932 and from 1932 they are the burials 
of the Archbishops of Dublin. * Public denied access to the 

Saint Mary's see Clonsilla

Saint Mary's see Crumlin

Saint Mary's see Dominicans (Saint Mary's)

Saint Mary's see Howth (Saint Mary's)

Saint Mary's see Lucan Chapel Hill

Saint Matthew's see Irishtown

Saint Maur's see Rush and Whitestown

Saint Michael and John (Vaults) Lower exchange Street 
Dublin2. and of general interest this graveyard is under the 
care of the Parish of the Travelling People- usage is 
1829-1896- Roman Catholic records are from 1829-1880 are in 
the National Library Ireland, and other records are in local 

Saint Michael-Le-Pole - Ship Street Dublin 8- usage pre 
Christian to circa 1300 Burial and death records unknown

Saint Michan's - Church Street Dublin 7. Usage 1096-1880's 
and the most recent burial of persons with burial rights was 
in 1918. And that there fire in 1922 destroyed a lot of the 
Church of Ireland records. But the records for 1636-1685 and 
1636 to 1700 were Published in the Journal of the Parish 
Register Society Dublin iii & v11. Records for 1697-1802 are 
in the National Library. Burial Records for 1700-1724 are in 
the Gen Office Manuscript 577.

Saint Mobhi's see Glasnevin (Saint Mobhi's)

Saint Mobhi's see Skerries (Saint Mobhi's)

Saint Nathi's see Taney

Saint Nicholas see Kinsealy (Saint Nicholas)

Saint Nicholas Within- Christ Church Place Dublin 8- Usage 
1671 to 1863 Cof I records from 1671 to 1862 are in the RCB 

Saint Nicholas Without see Cabbage Garden

Saint Pappin's see Santry

Saint Patrick's - Saint Patrick's Cathedral Patrick Street 
Dublin 8- Usage from 1400's- C of I records are divided and 
held in two local custody areas, 1677-1800 are published in 
the Journal of Parish register Society of Dublin ii.

Saint Patrick's see Christian Brothers (Saint Patrick's)

Saint Patrick's see Donabate (Saint Patrick's)

Saint Patrick see Glencullen (Saint Patrick's)

Saint Patrick's see Skerries (Saint Patrick's)

Saint Paul's- North King Street Dublin 7- Usage 1697-circa 
1860 CofIreland records from 1702-1892 at the RCB- Burial 
records are at the Genealogical Office Manuscript 577

Saint Paul's Retreat see Mount Argus

Saint Peter and Paul's see Balbriggan (Saint Peter and 

Saint Peter's - Aungier Street Dublin 2 the building is now 
the site of a YMCA building) usage 1670-1883* more update on 
this later. CofIreland records from 1670-1883 are at the RCB 
and records of the Church of Ireland 1669-1761 have been 
published in the Journal of the Parish register Society of 
Dublin ix.

* Remains of those who had been interred in the graveyard 
were removed to Saint Lukes The Coombe Dublin 8 in body bags 
in 1980-1981 were still in the body bags in 2003 but in 2006 
I was told they were going to be re interred in another 
graveyard. There are headstones stored in the vaults of 
Saint Lukes and Saint Patrick's Cathedral.

Saint Sylvester's see Malahide (Saint Sylvester's)

Saint Thomas' -Malborough Street Dublin 1 at Cathal Brugha 
Street Junction - there is no longer a graveyard usage 
c1700-1882. Burial records for 1762-1882 at the RCB. The 
church and adjoining graveyards were damaged in 1916-1922. 
The remains being re-interred in Mount Jerome in the mid 

Saint Thomas' see Mulhuddart

Saint Vincent Hospital Fairview see Presentation Sisters 

Saint Vincnet's see Mercy Sisters of

Saint Werburgh's - Werburgh Street Dublin 8- c1650-1920. 
Church of Ireland records from 1704-1843 at the RCB and 
Burial records from 1636-1709 at the National Library.

Saintry (Saint Pappin's)- Santry Dublin 9. Usage 1709 to 
date Church of Ireland records from 1753-1878 at the RCB 
more recent burials in local custody. There are about 200 

Shanganagh- Bray Road- Shankhill Co Dublin from June 1984 
under the care of Deans Grange Burial board Dublin and 
enquiries must be made in writing.

Skerries (Saint Mobhi's) - Grange Road Milverton Skerries Co 
Dublin usage from around 1700's earliest headstone is 
recorded as 1837 and is now closed.

Location of burial and death records unknown. And persons 
who had been employees of Milverton Hall buried here.

Skerries (saint Patrick's) Skerries County Dublin _RC_ usage 
is unknown but the church dates c1829 and burial record 

Society of the Sacred Heart see Mount Anville

Stillorgan (Saint Brigid's) -Stillorgan (Saint Brigid's) 
circa 1800 to date, and again the fire of 1922 destroyed 
Church of Ireland records and the more recent records are in 
local custody.

Sutton see Saint Fintan's

Sword's (Saint Columba's) - Church Road Swords Co Dublin 
Period of use unknown except it is said it is very old 
graveyard and still in use- Current Records of Church of 
Ireland in local custody.

Swords (Saint Colmcille's) Chapel Lane Swords County Dublin 
- RC- usage from 1827 to date records in local custody.

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Tallaght- (Saint Maelruan's) -Tallaght Village Dublin 24 - 
usage unknown now closed and the oldest headstone recored is 
1667. Church of Ireland records destroyed in 1922.

Taney (Saint Nathi's) Churchtown Road Dundrum Dublin 14 
behind said towns library- usage circa 1700's and graveyard 
is now closed open to those with right of burials. Church of 
Ireland records in local custody- RC records from 1861 are 
in the Presbytery Dundrum Dublin 14.

Templeogue- Willington Lane Dublin 12. Graveyard opened in 
1932 and is now closed except to those with rights of 

Templelogue Old- Willington Lane Dublin 12 - headstones date 
from around the 18th century and the location of burial and 
death records is unknown

Trinity College Dublin see Challoner's Corner

Tulla see Tully

Tullagh see Tully

Tully - Lehaunstown Cabinteely County Dublin- usage early 
Christian times to 1967- Early Church of Ireland records 
lost to the fire 1922.

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University of Dublin see Challoner's Corner

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Vincentian Fathers see All Hallows

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Ward The - The Ward Co Dublin usage unknown Burial records 
from 1932 are available at the Dublin County Council 
Environmental Department Swords Depot Watery Lane County 

Warrenmount see Presentation Sisters

Westpalstown Naul County Dublin- usage 1500's to date- 
Burial records from 1957 Dublin County Council Environmental 
Department Swords Depot Watery Lane County Dublin.

Whitechurch - Whitechurch Road Dublin 16- Usage circa 1827 
to date.

Whitechurch Old - Whitechurch Dublin 16- Usage unknown now 
closed burial and death records unknown

Whitestown(Saint Maur's) -Rush County Dublin - usage 1727 
the oldest part being closed on order in 1973 Burial records 
Dublin County Council Environmental Department Swords Depot 
Watery Lane County Dublin.

Woodtown- Woodtown Rathfarnham County Dublin (Jewish) from 
1950's to date around 40 burials

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Yellow Walls see Malahide (Yellow Walls)