County Carlow, Ireland
County Carlow is a county in Ireland. It is named after the town of Carlow, which lies on the River Barrow. Carlow County Council is the local authority for the county.
Cemeteries of County Carlow Ireland are located across the county. Listed here are cemetery records that have been published online.
Carlow, or "Catherlough" originally part of the Norman Palantine-county of Leinster, became a separate county probably around 1306.
The name Carlow comes from its Irish derivative, Ceatharlach, meaning either City of the Lake, or Four Lakes. Traditionally, it's understood that the Barrow / Burrin confluence in Carlow town took up a large area of land, forming a lake, or, as some believe, four lakes.
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