The Clare Heritage Office facilitates and promotes awareness, knowledge and pride in the heritage of our county. We also provide advice, guidance and information on a variety of topics. We invite you to browse our collections to discover more about County Clare’s built, natural, cultural and intangible heritage. Find out more or get in touch.
I am interested in the history of Aillemore. I have examined some of the parish records and they can be hard to read. Those for Aillemore give the address as “Glennagalliagh” rather than Aillemore or “THe Glen” Can you tell me if Glennnagalliagh is correct. On the modernOS map it is written as Glenvagalliagh which may be an error.
Just found this page with pictures! These are my Cox family. Was so glad to see them in person in August of 2019. Thanks for keeping the heritage alive. My great grandmother, Ella Cox, was the daughter of the William Cox who lived in Kateville in the late 1800’s. So much great family history. 🙂
Most interesting piece. It’s clarifying and invites me to read more about this. Thanks.