O’Connor Memorials is a family business based in County Kerry. The business was started by Patrick O’Reilly over a century ago and has remained in the same family since, now into its fourth generation. We manufacture superior quality memorials in granite, marble and limestone and have proudly been service the local community since the inception of our business. Our customers have the ability to choose from an extensive range of beautifully crafted natural stone headstones in traditional or modern designs. Unique monuments can also be designed and created to your own specifications.
We provide our customers with a variety of options and offer a bespoke design service for those looking for something unique for their loved one. We provide an inscription service and work with families on choosing the most appropriate headstones and designs. All of our work comes with a structural guarantee.
For more information on our full range of headstones, get in touch today
Headstone Design & Creation
Headstone Covering Slabs
" The passing of my husband has been tough on the family when time came to decide on a headstone we didn’t know what we wanted. O’Connor Memorials provide several ideas that were just perfect. Thanks so much the grave looks fantastic. "
"I would like to thank O’Connor Memorials for their work. Gran would be proud of what you did. The angel sculpture and inscribing were perfect.”
I’m looking for a company that provides headstones near me- can you help?
O’Connor Memorials is a Kerry headstone supplier based in Castleisland. We supply a range of headstones and grave accessories to customers across Kerry and Munster.
How much does it cost to get a headstone for a grave?
The cost of headstones varies depending on the type of stone you choose and the size of the headstone required. Get in touch with O’Connor Memorials today for a free quote on any of our headstones or grave supplies.
How long should I wait before putting a headstone on a grave?
It’s recommended to wait at least six months before putting a headstone on a new grave. This gives time for the ground to settle and hold the gravestone securely.