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In parishes where the graveyards of local Catholic, Methodist or other churches quickly filled up, all burials might have transferred to the Church of Ireland grounds.
However, in these cases the funeral service would have been conducted (and recorded) in the church of the deceased's faith and the coffin transferred to the final resting place.
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Clare, where only one register survives and that covering less than four years from 1844.
Where they do survive, Catholic burial registers contain only the name of the deceased and the date of burial. Which is why they are not of much value genealogically.
This is a huge boon to Irish genealogists because it means you can be confident you are correctly matching each of the couple's children.
In areas where surnames are especially common, this would not otherwise be the case. ) Most marriages took place in the bride's 'mother' church, ie the place where she was baptised.
Even some small country parishes managed to keep their Roman Catholic baptism and marriage registers more or less intact from these early days. But the very oldest Irish Catholic records leap back almost another century; registers survive for Wexford Town since 1671.Don't forget to check the burial registers of the local Church of Ireland if you can't find what you are looking for in the Catholic register.