a parish in the Archdiocese
of Cashel and Emly,
is situated in west Tipperary on the Tipperary- Limerick border.
It is nine miles from Tipperary town and c.25miles from Limerick
St. Ailbe (Albeus).
Tradition says he is buried in Emly.
The name Ailbe has always been a common Christian name for Emly
The Church of St. Ailbe.
Archbishop Croke laid the foundation stone of the church on The
30th May 1880. The work was completed in 1882 and officially
opened on 6th January 1883. This church replaced
an earlier one built in 1810 and now used as a parish hall.
Window of the Saints in St. Ailbe's Church. Featured are,
Bl. Terence Albert O'Brien, St. Patrick, St. Ailbe, St.
Bridget, Bl. Dermot O'Hurley."
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Seamus Rochford PP.
Sean Kennedy CC.
St. Ailbe's National School
Sean McManus NT.
|Emly National School
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the PARISH: c. 870
POPULAR SURNAMES: Burke
(Bourke), Ryan, Lonergan, McEniry.
PARISH E-MAIL : firstname.lastname@example.org
you to our Emly Parish website.  ; If you are an Emly person
who is away from home then I hope that this website will keep you
in touch with what is happening in your native parish.
If your ancestors were natives of Emly this website should
be of particular interest to you. If you would like to trace
your Emly roots this is the place to begin.
Every effort will be made to keep this site updated but be patient
Contact us at our E-mail address or at Parochial House, Emly, Co