Nestled among the rolling Irish countryside, there's a fairytale like setting among the Slieve Aughty Mountains.
The farmhouse is decorated with antiques and rural charm, but includes with modern amenities.
Thanks to the work of The Clare Roots Society, the Ennis Parish (Drumcliff) Birth and Marriage Registers Indexes are available to search and download.
Baptism Records are available from 1841 to 1900, and Marriage Records are available from 1837 to 1900.
It is important to remember that even in the best kept Parish Registers it is estimated that there was up to 30% omission rate.
The dates shown are baptism dates, which normally took place within days of the birth.
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If you seek your dream Irish hideaway, view what we have available at this time; and either contact us directly for further details and viewings, or complete the form on my Contact page and I will keep in touch with you. An incredible example of an authentic and medieval Irish castle dating back to the late 1400′s – before America was even ‘discovered’ – and is one of the last remaining inhabitable medieval castles left standing in Ireland.Prepare to be entranced as the impact of this rare and authentic castle’s historic appeal and significance is literally instant.You can get more information about Ennis from the Clare County Library Ennis Cathedral: The Building & Its People.Your Irish hosts have carefully restored the 300-year-old farmhouse in County Clare, to accommodate travelers who want to try horse riding holidays in Ireland.The correct copying of indexing from old manuscripts is fraught with difficulties. While every effort has been made to record the index as accurately as possible, Clare Roots Society wishes to apologise to any individual or family whose family records are recorded inaccurately.