This page is for links to members' websites which are specifically related to Clare genealogy, i.e. not websites about music collections or blogs about that recent holiday in Obladee.

Families of Tubber: This genealogy project and website has mushroomed from a family history project started many years ago on the descendants of four families, the Caseys, the Howards, the Ryans and the Holmes in Tubber, a rural community in the West of Ireland on the Clare/Galway border.See

Families of Ruan: mainly Casey families of Ruan, a village in County Clare near the Burren and between Corofin, Crusheen and Ennis. See

The Mescall and Meaney families of County Clare, Ireland: see

Paddy Waldron's Website
Paddy Waldron is a member of the Clare Roots Society committee and one of the prime drivers of the Clare genealogy effort. He is also a very active member of, and mentor in, the Clare Past forum. Paddy's website contains numerous items related to families of Clare.

Thomas Casey (1878-1918) of Tubber: a Clare man who emigrated to Australia, enlisted in the army, was shipped back to Europe, and fought and died in World War I. See the account of his final battle.

Grave Matters: collections of photographs of Irish and Irish-related graves in Australia from our Australian diaspora coordinator Chris Goopy can be seen at 1, 2 and 3.

Chris Goopy's blogs: three sites maintained by Clare Roots Society Australian diaspora committee member Chris Goopy which contain numerous items of direct or indirect interest to Clare genealogists. See That Moment in Time and As They Were and Irish Graves.