Photographs of Clondahorky Parish, Co Donegal

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The following photographs were taken by Joy and form part of the Donegal Genealogy Resources website

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If you would like a copy of any of these photographs for your personal use, please Contact Joy


Joy is researching Moore, Wilkinson, Stewart, Kilpatrick and Mc Elhinney from the areas of Rooskey, Cashel, Creenasmear, Cashelmore, Drimeason and Kilmackilloo

If you have the same or similar research interests, please Contact Joy



Note: Click on the photographs below to see the full versions of them

Ballymore Church of Ireland and graveyard
View of Muckish taken from the "Church Bray" just below Ballymore Church
View over Kilmacloo and Sheephaven bay taken from Faymore
View over Sheephaven Bay taken from Magheraroarty

View of Muckish taken from the same spot in Magheraroarty

View of Muckish taken from Craig looking towards Rooskey
Front view of Doe castle
Rear view of Doe castle


View from the rear looking across Sheephaven Bay
View of the small adjoining walled graveyard
Grave of Anthony and Annie Wilkinson, Creenasmear. Grave dates back to 1873
Grave of Andrew and Mary Mc Elhinney and their family. The grave dates back to 1814
View from over the wall of the graveyard
The Workhouse famine exhibition centre, Dunfanaghy
The soup pot outside the workhouse in Dunfanaghy
The Workhouse, Dunfanaghy
Art gallery in Dunfanaghy, formerly the 'fever hospital
The Famine graveyard at Kill, Dunfanaghy
Old church and graveyard at Kill, Dunfanaghy
Catholic graveyard at Kill, Dunfanaghy
Memorial to William Wray inside the old church walls in Kill


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Lindel Buckley

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