Clontarf civil parish, Dublin



Clontarf Ordnance Survey map from 1843
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Adjoining parishes

Parish and MapID
Coolock      21 (Dublin)
Killester      43 (Dublin)
Raheny      64 (Dublin)

A summary of research sources for Clontarf


Positional map

St. Georges St. Catherines St. Nicholas Without St. James Aderrig Artaine Baldongan Baldoyle Balgriffin Ballyboghil Ballyfermot Ballymadun Balrothery Balscaddan Booterstown Castleknock Chapelizod Cloghran (Castleknock) Kilmahuddrick Clondalkin Clonmethan Clonsilla Clontarf Clonturk Coolock Cruagh Crumlin Dalkey Donabate Donnybrook Drimnagh Esker Esker Esker Finglas Finglas Finglas Garristown Glasnevin Grallagh Grangegorman Hollywood Holmpatrick Howth Kilbarrack Kilbride Kilgobbin Kill Killeek Killester Killiney Killossery Kilmactalway Kilmacud Kilsallaghan Kiltiernan Kinsaley Leixlip Lucan Lusk Malahide Monkstown Mulhuddart Naul Newcastle Oldconnaught Palmerstown Portmarnock Portraine Portraine Raheny Rathcoole Rathfarnham Rathmichael Saggart Saggart Santry St. Marks St. Margarets St. Peters Stillorgan Swords Tallaght Taney Tully Ward Westpalstown Whitechurch Cloghran (Coolock) Meath Kildare Wicklow Dublin city
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