Kilcully old cemetery is situated 3 miles North of Cork City and was under the aegis of Cork County Council. It appears to be closed since 1974. Not to be confused with the modern St. Catherine's Cemetery, Kilcully.
Archival History ↴
Deposited by Cork County Council.
Immediate Source Acquisition ↴
Content & Structure
Scope & Content: Cork County Council ↴
MS. Volume. Register of Internments/Burials, Kilcully Cemetery, County Cork.
Records: Number of Entry (up to the year 1950 only), Christian Name and Surname, Age, Sex, Religious Persuasion, Occupation or Rank in Life, Condition (whether Married or Single, Widow or Widower, or Child of…), Last place of Residence, Date of Death, Date of Internment, Section of Ground (blank), Grave Number (blank), Amount of Burial fees Paid (blank), Signature and Residence of the Person having the Management of the Internment, Signature of Registrar, Observations.
Registrars included ‘D.B.’, John Buckley, M.Sullivan, W. Lamb, T. Looney, Catherine Healy, K. Healy.
Approx. 1,540 burials in total recorded.
There is a gap in the record between 19 Jan 1950 and 12 Nov 1953.
Appraisal Destruction ↴
One item only – no arrangement applicable
Conditions of Access & Use
Open for research by appointment to those holding a current readers ticket.
July 1931-August 1974
Material Language Script
Online copy available on CCCA web site
Descriptive Control Area
ISAD(G): General International Standard Archival Description. 2nd ed. Ottawa: International Council on Archives, 2000.