The old National School of Labasheeda
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Labasheeda (Irish: Leaba Shíoda) is a village in the parish of Kilmurry McMahon in County Clare, Ireland. The name Leaba Shíoda means 'Bed of Silk'. The village is set on a peninsula on the banks of the Shannon estuary.
The village lies in an indentation of the Shannon Estuary. It is in the civil parish of Killofin in the barony of Clonderalaw. Killofin today is part of the Catholic parish of Kilmurry McMahon, in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Killaloe. The church of St. Ciarán's is in Labasheeda.
In 1841 there were 606 people in 108 houses.
- Dan Furey - dance teacher and fiddler, namesake of the Dan Furey Weekend
- Seamus Power - athlete. Namesake of the Seamus Power Fun Run.
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