Lemenagh: This cemetery is managed by Clare Co. Council. Contact: Margaret Conway: 087 9884531
Bunratty: It is located around the site of the old 12th-century parish church and contains many traditional family graves. As well as the ruin of an old church there are very many old and interesting headstones. The graveyard has been extended to the west of the existing graveyard on lands donated, to the Parish, by the Costello family. The graveyard extension accommodates overall 172. additional graves. The graveyard extension will be developed as a Lawn Type Cemetery. The management and maintenance of the graveyard will be managed by a Bunratty Graveyard Committee. The Committee members will liaise on all grave requests, grave openings, funeral access and all aspects of the maintenance of the overall graveyard. Further information from Mike O’Donnell 086 2349113 , Ann Jones 087 7793563, Kieran Frost 087 6524395.
Drumline: This is a small cemetery in the grounds of the pre-reformation parish church closed in 1742. It can only be accessed through private property. It has traditional family graves and has no remaining space for new ones.
Fenloe: For over one thousand years Fenloe was a monastic and parish church, a centre of religion and learning. Tradition says that the original monastic settlement dates from around 540AD. The cemetery is part of this old monastic site. There are many traditional family graves in the old part of the cemetery. The graveyard has been extended on lands donated, to the Parish, by the Costello family and has no remaining new spaces. Contact: Martin and Olive : 061 368369
Kilnasoolagh: It is located in the grounds of the Church of Ireland church and is probably the site of the old parish church. It has traditional family graves and has no accommodation for new ones.
Kilmaleery: It is situated beside the ruins of the old parish church and has a wonderful view of the Fergus estuary. It is still used by a few families.
Kilconry: This cemetery is in the grounds of the old parish church of Kilconry and has no space for new graves. It is used by a number of families.
Clonloghan: It is beside the ruins of the old parish church of Clonlohan. Traditional family graves are still in use. Negotiations for an extension are ongoing.
Killeen: In 2000 AD the Ballycar Killeen cemetery was consecrated to the memory of all unbaptised infants and adults who are buried throughout the parish.