Вы находитесь на странице: 1из 353

MEM01{IALS OF THE DEAD

IN

[} )EIjiJ'.... ..-"·,T l~\


. . :\ J.

~I
VOLTJ.:\J .E I I.

1 80;2- 93 -01.

l~'_j,~

.J;.>' ~i
\; J,";'
/~

!i[ 'n l.J-Y :

gY l' F: T ;.: 1: 1: 0 E.I oJ , J A 1: B 0 l' ~ T Jl E E T.


(F,l, ,',·,d.< ,iI.,,; •.. i:I. ]

! ~ !
I
I
,I EXTI:A copies of this J Ollr1lal can be had by applicatiun to Culonel r. D.
VIG Or-S, IIol!oden, D.1';:C II:lI:.:t o1m. 'Co. Carlow. 80mc copic ~ of th e r.CPO!'f;;
for f..wmer yeaN (Corn.,lu:; Yol. I.) still n::main 011 lJand j ;m early appli-
cation fOl' th em i5 recommendeJ.
The Eliitors beg to draw the llrtention of tho';c l\ ho killrlly furnish );"OtC3
for puLlication, to tL e illlp o l'tanc.~ of the follo wmg points:-
1. To writ.e on Olle. sitle ady of the pnpl'l'.
2. To use scrmoD'sizcJ j)npcr.
3. To lea,\'.;:l a margin Oil th l! !t!ft cd;.:-, from I to 2 inches ill width.
4 • .AlI 1l!1f1US of p el'wll ;; !\111\ dat e~ ,;hou ltl be writt en with t"xtla care.
5 . .AII I n ~cripti ons ,;llol1~ d
be copicJ t'e"u,tl im ct lite)·a/jlll . all''] :l.S
nearly as possible ill tl:c .; f, me fDl'm u! letters as th e original, each
line t.eing ::ep~ rtlh:~l by a. s trukc, tiJu.s I .
T' I(~ Edi rors wish it t .) b(! distinctly nndcr:;t.ooa tll!!t tJu:!v arc ll Ot
responsible fOI" errors ill copi~s of I n~erip;:o ll i S"llt th('m: to 11.~·r)iJ sneil,
they tr u:;.t the 'Hiters will take ex tra tare lrcfuJ"c for .... arding thei r )15.
"'0 31..0 beg th at our friends wiil reall !hc \\"i.~ words of ""·ce'·cr," in
the nnll(:xcd . p!l.ragr:tp!l) and , illrtll er, t h:tt ~ hc:' will act on Ihl'm- mOl'e
we cann ot say : -
"XO\\" gene rous Hillter, let me intrt'at :f ronr fu rtL nr.ll('e thus [.lrrl'. tl lli! ilt Ihy
r.:eigLbuurlu :t rl luTcl ,t's , if thou ~l. u~LI' fill<l~ !lIly :lr:ci~ I\L fuu"l ul il\ ~cr jl'ti u n s. (IT
fl Hti'1UI! o Lht mt,.i. m"'.lIllH·IlI ~. (1)(\\] .... "ll1 J<;t C"I .i.. unt Ih .. Pill!, IUl.I l uk,' l'U much
l"tl.ti<l " (If tlltl or!l\'r ,,~ t' ll.ill ion can Itcli'. r r: a~ nl .. , t " Ill\'" thc ill'CliI'Liuu'> :lll.l
"i' ihll' h.~ ul"' 1I tU'1I1,,·, '111,1 gr.l l t' "toil('~ , wl.,cll llro· 1,1 I I" ,~ .. ~" r lakr ] 1" 11(''': nud
~·, !Imll u .. t.,1.. .. or,l~r II. It ~'lrh ti". ("Il.'c t: "u·. n ·.t·'!' , nl1l1 o; h>e n nt: .HI<; D10V C vlll~
,.,J.. i ~ to 1Il.1 l. -q, l. : ,,"11'\ 1 s!Ju.l~ re,t O:: '· ~r ol.. L:1~J tJ nd' llO\\i .. Jg~ t i l)' l':'l.lUCS nnd
curt~ ii~ :'_ \YI:..Kn:.II,
..-- .

.. Let it be remtmbeu(t that thi s ~ ol k is inlende{1 10 be. n ot II. m~re temro rur
Tebide o f amus e ment, but (l PUUlH.Ut' 1l1 5tordlo n<e of r.utb e utic ill(Vrl\H\tio u, t o wu ieu
refel'ell(' t' tli Ry h f'rf'a f"ter I! ~ c ODfi d\:' utl;. lllmlc."-..d W;)II.

"J llm part e ~ el" ult o


P arc e p ias I<c.·lc rare manus."- r il'!J iI.
T IH~ ~LATI O!".-:SQW deal reHreu tly wI,h my du st. Forb e ~ to pollute thy holy
u!\u ds.

" Enr~' s tone lUll ~e look upo n ill t his Repository of pas t age!! , is b oth ttlL E Uler.
taiurl!Ul t Rnd a :-'[00i I01."-1'I(l ;" Dcnlt'r.

• • • "T n milli !elmOI


11ljiee Dl\luque potes

Scd'ib;s ~t !~lt;ru ~ l flCidi5


1 0 Dl0rte qui es caDl ."
TR.\~\lLATIC>.... -Do thou , s inc e it is ill tit! powe r ~o to do, spriu kJe Ib e e llTtli o,'er
my TClltnius, O"1.t at least aJl~r' d.'al" I m.. y rt'sl i,l an Imdistllr lu'd grlll'e,

"Time corra d!'s onr ...pit nph ~1 nUll Luri!'s our '\"t ry t 01l1b ~l o u('s ."

.. Away from t il!' tumult :mrl r f\~~io n;


AWRy frolH t he CBTt' ami tIle ~ t ri fc , ;
AI,.."· from the folb" a liu ([h llio n
l'c t\"auil lg th e cily'i I;Hy life: '

WHERE ARE WICKED FOLK BUllIED ~

• T ell llle , gr r.,".llll.ireil S!'xt OD,' s:titl I.


'Wh ere ill 11 0:' fi l2"ld nrt' tllp wick ed folk Inil! ~
I h al"c wnmiH ed Il u,> q.tic: 0\.1 gr:l\"~ unl tlmJllS'h,
,\ l.JU stll d i!' d th e f' pi t n! . II~" old nlld l\~\l",
But 0 11 m Oll11 m e llt, o1leli bk , I'lll :u-, or stout'
I reRU n o e \"i\ tl.ll. t lUe ll h nH! UOlt c-.'
The olJ se:uon stood by II. gtll.l"e Dt' 'I"!y marie,
Witl, !Jis chi n on hi' h Rn,\, IllS han .\ on II ;: paue :
• \\l :to is t he jlhitjc wlll2" tl ti lt;' SOli; HIkes its d: !!h r ~
W b o i.8 jll..!"c 'tl'l"u, t thE' "'"ro ng I\I:U t he r igllt -:
Whie h o f li S mMt ",l ~ s hull dur .> to ~'Iy
That our lltig ;.llu ur w::os wlel..l',1 who dieu to.rin)"? ·
'I II Ollr j O ll rt l "~' thrl'n ~h lif"", t l,e fnrllicl' lI t ~ p ('c .! .
TlI c 1Il'ttf"r we I.'nr n t Lnt h U Dli!ity'~ llt'e il
] s el' :lri t~,,!! ",p irit tllnt i' t "!IIrt~ ll S t o fi ll d
Rnther'"irt ll e II.lU , ice i lll hl' lil cs llf ou. kill '] ,
, T ben furf ~ (.c.1 tl ~r "h w e r.'eon l on l be,e ~ !() l\ e$ ;
T I. ~ elil nJ e~ ,]r" let j~ t( .;, t ,, "II l L~ i r Lo " ,"s ;
I I,M t ]rJ O ll ~. il l. '" ~e"\I " u [ l Jl~ IIl'Hly 11 ~ "lI r,
B ll t lU l.'l ,or Ufo" !,' b \1 T1 ~ <l 11 1111.1 m a ll here:
r---- ---
VOL. II. N'? I.
ASSOOIATION
For~ TIl E

~) t'c!3crb at(oa oft!)r :fllrmot'i«r~ oftbr Bcall.


1n.6 t ~l'~Jb~

EnlT ED m:' \.~ I \l(\~ E'i, r. D. YJ 0 ,)r.3 \ F.l! .S,.\. T.


\S 11 TilL.: H Ly D. J. F. '\ L FFr: G~ CII, F . i: . ~ .A . I., ~I.r.. I. A.

ALL RIGH,"S RESE fWED .


,----- - - - - -- - --
I
I
!
I
CONTENTS OF TIllS JOurUUL.

Notice
Editorial PI'crace xiii
Li;:; t of Subscribers xxiii

REPORTS FIW)[ COU~T!E S-


ANTRIM,
BlLLY P.\I\lSU-IDscriptioll ill the Chul'cllyal"d •. ,
LOL"GflGUll, &PAI:JslI-Lewis's Notice of this Parish
Former Iucum bclIts and forlIJer CUJ"ute
MaC<lxtll ey l\Iul'ui Tablets .,. 2,3
Church Pl ate 3
TEupLErATlucK-~lonumental Armorial Gearing'S, with a Plate
and Kotes
ARMAGH.
llALLDIOYF.R P"nl.5II-Xot icc of this Pariah
EGLlSlI CfluRcHTARu-In5""iptioD
Notice of this Churchyard.
CARLOW.
Dates of the Parochi!ll TIecords IJf the Diocese of Leighlin 9
RALLYKN OCKAN' CIlUI:C U-Jl oIlIJUI\~Dtall nscrip ti o Il S 10
Church Plate-Font 14
nORmS PA P.!51l- Chllrch Platt:; 15
CARLoW PAIOSlI-Noticc of Tomb ddachl:u from n!1\"ial~
ground 15
OLD Lt.1GH LJN -~ oticc of the Cathedm.l of St. Laz erian-
(Pia,,) lIi
Monu mcntal I nscripti ons ... 22
(Plate l)-Tlle Tomol,f Di,.hops Sande,"s and Filay 3t
(Plate 2)-Th e T omb of \Yi \1i:Ull O"Rdil 2<
(Plate 3 ) -Tl.l.c T omb of J olJ u tuc dUl..flb SO~1 c.f \Y i!lb~11
Fitz-Dayj ll I{oc v' l~rain 32
KILTES I\ ~:LL l'A!:ISll~EI[lcumun,l Ch lln:l a 35
Font •. ,
~ot;ce ,of )l onumcutal In sc ~·j pt i Oll J ...
3~1
35
"
--------------------------~.o~
.~

I![PotITS fr:O ~f COCN Tl f.S - cnllt"'~ lIed.


' lr. t
lJL'~LECK"'ET-F.Xtl' ;\Ct 3 from th e Ve ~trJ -H ooks ;j'i
~lnll""'I . I. 1'.\lu:1Il-Th e PIl14Lli~i )Iollumeut (Plate) :31
L'R GLTN P.\1:1511-Co1(%:'I1l TOIll1.. 37
,\ccount of l~elljamin Coleman's Deadl 37
CAVAN.
(:\ olhing from thi:l COllnty) .. . 31
CL ARE.
KILfln;'Hl.\ ClI l; Il CIlYAIID _~l oH"umell talll . scri pti oDS 38
K 1I.P.l'SIt r Ar.1511-Xoticc of the Church 40
KILL ,HW PA lu5 u-:-i'otice of tile Church 40
J\ILrn:n AGlI PAI:1511-Xoticc of the Chul'ch .. )
MOY.~IlTA l'AIlISIL-:\oti cc of the Church .Jl
Tombs and Bell ... 41
KU. n ..I,I .Ll'IIO!"F. P .AI:ISH-Oltl Clmrcb nuel Font -1 1
]\ILC... lutliL-Olll ChLlrcli ami '\\"o od'~11 lmarie 41
]{II,DDI') [ or KIWI:DIO : -~ o ti;;c or Old Church . .. 41
I\lLr;' Er. .... LL ... CII Clll' RCII-;\ o ti cc o r ChuL'ch aull Burial-pbce 41
l(I LCKO:':V-Xot ice of n urinl·vbce 42
I\ILIiI:I-: JI A "E-~o!i cl! of l:uius of h\o Churches 42'
l{oss- (\jotiee of Chu rc h 42
KILCUA.-;-N oth~ of Church autl ..\Uci l'ut Hd l 42
SCATrI::r.l: jSL -\:'iD-)J oILUlllcnt at ~t, ticlI :mus .;2
J!uins of Ele,-cli Chlln:h ~s -l;u r i;\I·p !ac e 42
.Notic e~ of Clare Pa ri .; lt c~ , tram )l:\ ~O ll 4:3
Notices of Ci:1re P:u;;;hcs, from Lcwi3 43
U Ul''l:.-\rTY CUCRc lI- )Iural )lonuUl ~llt 44

CORK.
CASTL'ETO":"l!OCIIE PAP.l sll - )fonllll1C'll t:l1 Iu:;cripliolls ' 45
Vo:-' [U .\ILE I'A1tI ~!i -Th e Tomb Field , Creag!l Ca~t!e-
Monumental Iuscriptiolls 50
I )o!'>f:R .... lu: CIII,;UCII-:\I \,llttrn cl:ts nn ~l ItJ 5criplioDs 50
1 :';:'iI s. IL\~"o=" P .\f: 15 LI- CnriOlL:O; l l\ ~~:'i p l ioll 53
l'hTClu;UTOW:> P.... I:::-.J[- ! D SC\'i[l!ivH~ ... 5-1
DERRY.
55
DONEGAL.
J lI .;.cri l'ti on~ 011 .\ UCiln.t C ! I:,ljl::'~ d Ih' hi :I, Fr:llL d~ c:\I:s .•• • fiG
J: .H.LY :':I.\:\ :\ ,)~-I Il .. \·,,;[ i'"II,; 57
Cl'l.IJ.\1 F l ' .\ u ldl-l.:=t v!' [~.";Il:'::.L'!lt~, .5~
vii
TIErORTS FROU COUSTI ES- COlitiIiUU{.

CLONCIIA P AT..I SII-List of IncumLcnt s ••• 6~


HA PllOE CATHEr 'luL-Bclls .•• 60
DOWN.
Ih:-;ooIt ASBET-Illscriptions GO
V-oNAGIIAu n:- ln scription s ••. 62
fhLLSBUR OUG II-I nsclipt io1l3 62
l)UNlKl X.\LD Cuultc{l rAHD--Inscri ption 63
LOUOUI1"ISLAND--- rn5criptioll 63
D OW:<PATlIlCK J\lIBLl'-l m criptioll 63
D'IW~l'Al' l; I C I\. PARISH Cltl!ItCn- llIS5Cl'iptioll 64.
GIl.EY ABuE\'-~IonumClJt a i Il1 Sl2 1:ptious 64
ll."GUF.r.A l 'AI:H; Il-~oli ce of Old Ci1urch antI Yanlt" 68
KIUI EGAN P,-\lt\slI- );ot ice of th~ Bnl'yillg>grollud nnJ
l\IonumelllallnscriptiollS 68
Intcl'esLiul; ArchH~ologic:l1 fi ud 69
List of nectors alld CUI"3.te3 ... 70
DUBLIN.
Kcglcctcd Churchyard., of B.lllybog-itill 74
IsI:md of Skcl'ries and We.stpllistowu 74-
ARTAl'iE -~l on umcntal Itlscription 74
DAr..J.YBOGuALL-lnscl'iptiotl 75
CLONTARF PAI:I SH-JIOI1l1\ldl tal Iuscril'dou s 75
Dll UlJ Co:>;D l1o\ P A1>l.Sn-Xotice of th e Ch:.I rch and the Coghill
and Grosc JiOIlll!IlClll S ... 78
D O~NYBI:OOK OLD CIIl:I:cnY ARD-~ o tice of thc Churchyard 79
I\JoDumentllllu 5criptions •.• 80
RATlU'ARSllo-\.l! PAP.ISR- :'IIouUOlelltal fn scriptiullS in the
Old Chu 'Chym·J 83
ST. Ar.DllEw's-Sur.-ey of Burial·ground by Thomas DI'ClV,
Esq.· 8!
ST. Al'i::"iE'S PAttl SII-PrcS!C nt sta te of Ihe ChurchY3 . do
84
MonUIllcnt.'l1 In o~ cri pti o l!$ existi!lg in tbe Yc,11 $ 1866 and
0

l SG i in St. Allll ';:'S Church 84


List of l;cl1cf.lcti(lH5 to y' ~ dloo l !:IS
Li ~ t of I:cucil\ctious to the 1'001'
ST. :-'1LeIlAN' ::; 1'.-\ RISll-lu ~~ ripti oll
ST. i\ICIiULAS \\'17i.lt·t.;T .~ :;D Sr. L''; KI: 'S-~ oti ,~~ uf Cha:oc h
PI;i. te ...
SWOKDs- Iuscriiltioli
,"iii
REf"'ltTS FHOll CO C ~Tl£s- co ntinved.

TAL!.AG IlT P.\lusH-:-'l onumcn tal In sc ription 98


Not ice of FOllt (1) and Cro.:';! 98
lI oWTlI P,\R 1SII-OIJ Church-:-'I ollumenc;l l Inscription 99
LUSK l':\lUsH-)\ ut e 011 I}:nw:!\\'ul! and B el'mingham Tombs 99
MOlluJl1cnt:tJ I nscl"iptions ••• ) 00
KF:l\UR £ OLD CHunCH- ~ o t e on Tomb03 107
FERMANAGH.
l' AlUsn- Font .•.
EN!\ISli tLLF: :O; 107
Church Plate ... 107
Monumental IU5C riptioU03 IO~
liell,:; 11 2
]'oo r-Boxcs 113
GALWAY.
Co~() PA RISII- Xflt ice of the Island c:tlled lu eha Goiil, its
Cll urch es, and celebrated )I Ollllmetlt (two Plates) 115
KILCu~~t; J . L--'J o nu mcllt.1.1 InscriJl::ons . .. lI S
Pla te s ofAlta r-t omu 122,123
Clllu'ch Pl ate ... 1:27
T U ~lll CATu ro RA L-Inscl"ip tio lis 127
hl(. Al\l\ I:'\" C IIl,;RClIY.:UW- )\ut ice of'fombs tb ere 131
1\J'. f:LICK AIlBI: y_ Ohitll:1.1T of 131
~T. ~ ICUOLAS' C U(:ncll, G·<Hw.H-The DeUs 135
t:l:RRY.
.-\n DTr. nT C.-\TUE DI~AL-~ O li ccs of T ombs 13G
DI ''- C l.E I ' AnJ SIl- ; \" tice of t he !: e~""' lIt i oll of liJe F ifteeuth
Kni g ht of Kcrry':s Tomb 137
)lI;cRl's A rtB1.Y-llclt FouuJ 138
~t 'Hc of Kerry CIJlll'chcd in J 7 5'.) 138
KILDARE.
]J llnow~ CUl'r.cll YAn D-Xotic,! (If it 139
:-'I otllllucnta! IIlS':l'iptiol:s ... l3D
C o ~n~Y C Il CRCIIY ..-.HD- I:uiIiS of Church ]39
':\J Ontimcllt~l I In5cril'tio :l ••• 139
Kr w.\llS: CATH£DJ:.AI.-l uscr:lltio1l5 140
L.... Cii: ~G II-X" ticc of 14 0
~l oDu rn ('nta! l ll;,cl'ipthm~ .•• HI
L .\I: ... nlll:ll ~ .'\. :.: CIIC r.t;"I!Y.\P.D HI
:.I ·'Ull l1i~nt;d l l1frl'il'ti~lll H~
I. .. . :~LJ l· CII\."I:o:u- AIj r:!·: JlI EClI,: ~;·.:,!ic;111~..:;:-i,1<!:.J.;?c 14:!
) IOI:t>lHCIII01.I r H~CliJl;i'Jn:; ... HZ

;x
H ~PonT5 FRO)} Cou.:->nEs-co1lti'lUcd.

STR . \.FFAN_~JOllilmental IuseriptiollS 143


'l'AGIiADoE-':\oriee of Bouou Tow er 1·14
)lonnmentalluserjptions 14.4
KILKENNY.
Tlle Gore Mollt.:ment 146
C.&.LLAN-Comcrforu JIOllUlIl ents 146
Kates all th e Comt: rfonl FI1.mily 146
D\J~OUGm!URE CUUI:CHY.'>.P.D-.JJolluruelltnl Inscriptiun ~ 148
KIL~('''C_''IULL P.Hlsll-The Old Cllul'ch ]49
List of Incuill beuts 150
ROSIIERCON PAr.J:su-)Ionumentnl Inscriptions 150
CATilEDI:AL OF ST. CANICE-De!]s 151
ST.l\lAltY'S C1-I lJRCll-2\lollumcutal insf'l"lptions •.•• 151
KIN G'S COUNTY.
BAKAGUFR OLD B t: RIAL.GR OUSD (l1cyu :tgh PaJ"i .'i h)-~lonu.
mental I uscriptions 155
Notice of th <.l Jl cCuu;;hLl.n F :lluily 157
Notice of the ChU1"ch 159
LEITRI lIT.
(~othing from tili s COllllty) 160
LIMERICK.
R-I.TIIAEALE P.!. RISII-Jr O DUm~Lltal In:'lcriptioll 160
Chllrch Pla te .•. 160
LONGFORD.
(:::iothiog fr om this County) ] 61
LOUTH.
DnO GflEl.IA, ST. P ETf": I!'S CIl1JRCII_Jlonumcntal Io sl!riptions 161
lUELLIFO:\ T l'AI:lSu-l:0yne Ob cli~k 163
Fosbery)l onument 16:1:
MAYO.
(Xothint; from thig Cotln ty) ... 165
MEATH.
ATHB OY-~f'oTlumcuL1i I!l3Cript :oIl.i ] 65
Ol~l Chllrch 167
CR1':ISr.TOW:'\ ~~ Q tjcc of Cruj~c Family 167
Cmi.iC ~I oIlnmcllt 1 Gj'
DOW:-iI'ATIUCK- C!lurdl ill H L;i;,:, lui
rluu kct ;\I OIlLlILI<': llt 1(. 7
(Pbte}- l'.ltrick Crnise, (':ldw ~!J ~ f),llt ,. u 16B
x

P.EPOUTS Fr.Ol[ C Ot'I' TI f.S---CQlltill !.w i.


:P AO li:

DOU1:n (01' DowT H)-:S- etteryilie Arms ::tllll In~ criptio n 1(;9
D ROG IIED.-\ (ali~ TII~:o ,l, G iI )-:\Io IlLl lll c lltal Inscription )69
NEWTOWN All BET- Bishop Simon 169
NCltice of, ill "Topogrnph ia lli bernica" 169
D I,;U :EK-The Gl"eat Church 170
The llellewe a[)d T!'I nffl! ;IIonnme:lts ... 17 0
J ULIA NSTOW:oi , PAr.tSH OF CASTLETowN- Cro55 170
MOllum ental Inscriptions ••• 111
KILCLOSE PAII ISU-~I 1]lhI\5S Cy Cllllrchyal'd-Chtlrch ill ruills 1 73
Monumental inscriptions .. . 17·1
MAR Tt~ST(>WN- :\Iollllm e\\t~l Inscription 174
N A"AN-111~c ripti on3 gh'e ll in Bishop Doppin g's l~eport 1i"
Communion Plate 177
Tablets ill Ch~lll ce l 177
T ablet.5 ill Bc tly of Church ••• 178
NEWTOWN (n ear Tl'im)- .\louullle ilt:ll IU5criptioTls 179
NOD&lR-Xotes on the TUWIl, t\, e Chnrchyarti, anu )I .)[ltIlIl Cllts ]79
(Pl atc}-TomL of .-\ lexanJer Barncwall aud hioS wife Alson
Kcttervil 180
l1oDERT:>Tows- Thc Ihr ucwall Tom:' . " 18 1
U O&CRTSOWN OLD fiGR IAl. -Gn OU:-OD- )I otlIlLllc utal fllscriptioll
on the P luuket Tomo ••• 181
(Pbtc) -Tolllh of FraIlci:> Pin lkct :l nd his wife Catheriue ] 82
SKnT!\E - ~l oIl Uull'l1t ,d JII5cripliQll 183
l ilscl'iptioDS 011 Anciellt L:halk:e,:, at II Tl'ym" 183
ru:ONAGJIAN.
BLA~EV CASTLE CU.\.P EL-Wb en bnllt IS4
, 'hc )I'Kclllla Fam ily 184
St,l\I ellnu':I Wdl 184
EnnlG.\.l.·'I'!: uU .... II-G r:ll·cyan.l 1 8~
MOllmnental I u~cript i oll .i 185
Slycency's \rnult 186
QUEEN'S COU NTY,
ATln' PA1U511-)Ionll nl Cutal Il1$cri pt iotl3 191
C_\ 5T1.r:TOWS CUI.:I:c lI r .uD - )lOIlUQI ('lI c<ll lu"cription 1 ~2
Bdl-Follt In
ROS CO)! MON .
FUt:i:'l'I PAItl SIl- Ch :m:h 103
;\lonumetlt :ll Inscl'iptioll:i 103
r
!
xi
Jl[f {)RTS Fr:O)1 C ()U~ TI £S -coll t inl!ed.

Hosco~m()r.: .\ BnH-Ki ng Felim 0'00111101"5 Tomb 19·1


Sir William Willie's Letter 011 111e ui ~ gl'a ceftll stal(! of this
Abbey 1 Do
ELPILIN-lnscl'iptioD on AliCi cllt Chalice 198
SLIGO.
BAl.LYS,\D,\RE PARISIt- ) lotlumclll.l1 [ascriptions ••. 19!J
Kn.TUl:r.A P .-I.I:ISH-)loo Dlllcutnl Ioscriptiolls 200
Ih'markable l:atli 20:l
K1LV'-\R~f; T PAI:1SU-)!oll umcnl al hlscrilltieos 203
TIPPERARY.
CARItICK P.H!ISlI-:'If o;mmeot3t IU :5criptioll3 204
Lists of Incumbents 204
TUI PLDIORF. PAJ:IW-Exll'ucts from Vestry-book 205
Church Plate-Hell 205
F £THA:r.O PAJ:Isu-Xotes 011 , by Hev. n. n. L Ollg 208
In scripti ons 209
TYRONE.
B E~r:U1: B CUt:l:CHY:\f:D-)! OllllIll Clllal IIiScriptio llS 211
Du:-; ,\ c.-\ \'Y PAI:15u-Eccl es ::\lvllumcnt 214
l<:r.r.IGAL~K ERo.>G\jE )l.\I\Is u-.\u cii.' lIt Font (Pl:uc) 21 ·1

WATERFORD.
~IOLA~A-To mb of l!;lymol1d Ie GL"OS ••• 216
\\r.\TERFOIW ClTy-Frllll.;i::lcilll Fd,u'j" OJ' French Chul'ch-
Icscriptions ... 216
CntheJrRl-Jw:cril)tiolls 218
WEST:.1EATH .
.AT1ILma:- Extructs fro m IS:"I:lc lllltl('t's 1\J.s. 226
Iosc riptions in ~ [ , )b rY' $ Churc h au d CI'lll'c1lyard 228
CAt:SESTOWx- I I15criplioll 232
MUL1Il-"EltoSAN:-fnsc riptioos ou Ancie nt Franciscan Chalices 232
WEXFORD.
lJ o oS Ul'all~[(1r.F. OLD Clll· I: C t I Y.~r.Jl-Tn.'cl"ip t il)ns ..• 233
G ORn' OLD CIIl"I:':UYAIt1)-lu:-cril'tiuI1S 2:J ;j
l\lLU: X .\ Q II -ILL ~ Clil't iOI! ::; ,. . 2;)-1
ftlLLI:\"[ C.I:;.- ExlraCL.::l 1;\ lill 01 \1 \'I:"t ry-bo.>ok-Births, Dent l, ,, ,
nllll )l:U'li.l:;~'; 2 3·1
NE W 1:05';; -':';1. ')bl") ' ::; Ch~!L'ch - rll:;criptioll.3 2 39
- - -_ . . _-- -- --'------- ----~

xii
HEPOI:T3 F'p.ml CUL"N'T!£S- co"tiIlUed.

WICKLOW.
.AOllOLo-Chnr c:h Plate 240
AIlKLow- ) lonumcn tal Insc riptiol l 240
List of JIlcU mbCll t5 24 1
AVUCA 01' Cu.,;- ..HlY-Fl agon , .-\.0.1;5;; 241
DELGA :';: Y 0 (.0 GfL\ \TEY .u D--In,scl'iptions 242
r .A RISJ[ Cuvp.cH- F ollt. Iuscription 24.5
" Ot her In scriptions 245
G I:AYEYA RD- J IlSC l'iptioD 2-17
r ---- . ~- ~~- _. - - - - - -- - - - ~~~-

I xiii

ASSOCIATIO~ FOR THE

~Jn~rrbatfolt of fur frlnll oriaI~ of tur Dral).


IRELAND.

JOU RN A.L FOR THE YEAR 1892.

"I hll.'re chosen comm only to SEt down t bilJg~ in the v ery words of th e rec ord~ and
originllh, lI.::d of Ihe lIut!J o r~ I hem~e he~, ral her th[ln ill nly own, v;-itbolll fro.ming a[ld
dressing them into more modern Illngllnge."- SIRYPE ,
u \Ye ~Iri\'e 10 pre~ef'i"~ by "iclure IOnd ~tory,
Ireland's history and I L'el:ind'fi glory,"

TO OUR FRIENDS A;i'D SUBSCRlBF.RS.


~'§>- N offe ring this th e first port ion of our Second
" Y o]ume to those wl10 hlwe been kind enough to
help us ill our work, w{' think we may Le per-
..JfJ ,; mitted to congrahllate oll l'sehes and our supporters
. ~.5:· on tIle success of our undertaking. I n 'w hat we n ow
~:;pif''' (lffer them tI le), will find an illCreas.e of matter,
t perhaps beyond th eir expectatio ns, and a Yal'iety suffi-
, ('ient to please many, if not all.
,\Ye are well a ware there mn st be errors in sllch 3. work put
together from so many and varied sonrces of information, oYer
much of which \,-e have n o ('ontrol, but we mus t trust to the
good faith of th 05C who are k ind enough to contribute materials.
for pnblicntion.
"~e again rel'e~t that we have nn lad of materials, but a !1,·r.a t
lack of maller, \"hidt cr:l.JIlps and cnrt nils our l,f[ort:;, obligillg
us in m:l.llY wa ys to i:' 51H''' n ot Qnh fewer illust rations, but also
work of a' dl.."::r~ipti()ll inft:-rior to ~\·h;lt we shaultl g iy e 11;1(1 we
marc fun d~. and we won! tl again ~tl'iye to 11l1prco..;.'j on our
l'f'aoCl'S the :lbso~nte lll· CN<;ity. if thE'7 w:sl: tur t b~ cOlltiun;mee
xiV"

of our work in allytltill(J It."1•.'e 'its present f orm, to obtain


ac\ cli tioll ai snh:::cri bers. " rc !"I re d oin g our part, bu t we must
ll.i;k O \lr fri c nlls to show t he ir a pp ro, 'a l and support by an acti" e
zeal ous in t('fcs t in it in th e way we bave na med.
\Ve th ink it Letter thus to speak pb.illly, for we f eel CO Il-
vlll cc d that all e xtra :lcth·ity on thc pa r t of OUI' ren.de rs a mongst
their fr: '2'll ti s alHl n e i~J,hour s cou ld not fa iI to attai n the obj ec t
we seek. 011I" H Heport s " have no w ass ll llle cl sll ch d im en sio ns
th at we: th ill k t he word" .Jou rn al " wou ld bette r r epr es ent th em,
3n,1 hy tlli s n ame th ey will in futu re be k now n. Th e p resent
i ~~ lIe eOll si:;ts of o,· el· ~-IO pnges of letterpress ~Ul ll c il g ravin g :=::
t;' lIIbr;1(:, ing ma rc thn.n 5jO pn;;es of ~l S. ! Th el:e ilS ma ltL'f
fr om nefl l' ly el"e l'y co un t.y in I n.~ bn d, an u tho!Sc th<l t are 110t
repr esc nt ed- uf wlti ell we <lp pe ll d a l i s t-han~ on ly t h emseiYC5
to hbme if t it Cl't' is no r ecor d f r om th e m.
Tilt! im por tance of the work we ;-I rt? engng:ed lIpon cannot
fail to str ike ~ll1yo l1 e wl lD h as reMl ou r P ro:::pcct u5 ( iss ued in th e
)"ear 1 15~t), a nd pu blish ed in th e I~ e po rt for tha t yea r, p . 3, an d
repcatc,l in our l! cport fO I' lli SfJ, p..:'2) , and OUI' Rep or ts up to
th e prl'scnt date. lt5 im por tfl ll ce h:.s bee n freely recog nised in
th e pnt .l ie Pr e ~s ; b ~ t O d ooe1' a Ii c yie w of o llr Heport for
lS ~ l np pen.re(l ill the Daily E .rpre,qs n (> w s p~lp C l' of t he 16 th of
th at 1Il0JIt li , :11111 po in ted · o ut th e " alll e of wh at we arc d oi ng ,
1I0t a li i..... ill a ll :ll'chrt'olog ic;ll but also ill an hi storicn.l p oint of
"je w, b\· din,-'ct in g t he att ell tion or ou r cou ntrYmen and CO Ul_tn'-
wom en: of all !:': l":l: les of so ciet y nud all "u ri e;ics of c reeds a l~ d
pol itic;d (Ji'i lli~ns, to t lie o ne ;hject, untl that all-objec t t hat all
who call th l.' lll se h'\.':". C hristinns ~ h o nld ue gLul to n"::>:>5 t. in, \·iz.,
til e it ef: peCl Ullll Venerati on dne t o ou r B ur ial -g rou nds a nd t o
tll l' ir I,et te r 0 1'.1('1' nn d Prese l'vatio n. \\'e me n. a mi dst the bu sy
pll r~ uit fl f onr llUUltb ll e b ll .. incss, oft en, we fca r , pel'mit,
tll o lI ~ h tl l's:-.l y, d~~·s ::Ind years to roll on wi thout mu ch or,
l'(,l'iI;lp~ . allY t h Oll,!!ht of til e 11 eg lec ted amI uei-ccratL'd st:1 te o f
0 111' i . . la ud i. tllid ' g ro ulld s j it if: . l'eyitnp=-, t o t he" g cntl e \" se x "
we Sll !lltl.! addre:.s o nl'5eiy(>s, nnd shou ld n. ~ k th em to lle)p anI'
l'IHle aHl1 l\"$ an d t o s(>c tlHli t ill: i\' h usu;md s and fat hcrs an d
Jfl"otl lc l's give lIl ul C nt tellti o ll t o t he n :!': ill g-p ln cc L,f t1leir " lo \" ct! -
011 1:5 , " :Illd whl..'re tlley t he~ l! s('h j~s . . l'o u \ll look fo r"':lrll to being
bid \1 ith loyin g ha lilis a!l ~ ; ~ ~CI hl~:l r t5 .
xv
One of OUf objects was to repair th e tombs and monuments
of those who have gone before us, lea\'ing nn honomeci nam e
behind t hem, bnt whose (}cscemiants cannot be found, or being
found are not in a position to r epa ir tIt e tomb of their :mccstor.
E,-cu with the very limitcu lUellns at onr d isposal we have
already dOlle something town.rcls the fulfilment of this oLject:-
Hon est Dick ),Iillikin's tomb in the COUllty Cork.
The tomb of th~ old. French refugee antI his wife Pauline, ill
Carlow.
The tomL of the nest family in th e S!lIne county.
The ancient mail-clad w:lrriol' at Xc\\" noss.
The tomb of tIle Slice family at Slll'cstown, County Kilkenny.
Th e revolution that has t;\ kcn p1acc ill the better slate of the
chm'(:hyard of Carlow Parish Clmt"ch.
The restoration and replaci ng of th e Knight of K erry's tomb
in the Church of D illgle lrescueu from a farmyard close
by), broken tlncl mutilatetl.
Grace O'1\1aJlcy's tomb and her son.,; in the far ",.est of
Ireland,
are some of those we thillk we rnay take more or Icss credi t
for havin g had r epaired or restored. and 110 donut th ere are
others we ha'-e not heard of ,yhere the small end of tiL e wedge
has got hold, and wh el"e we hope for Ijetter things to come.
\\r e thillk good cannot f~lil to follow from the wa,Y we have
exposed many gbring cases of desecration and mutibtion, alld
that in futnre such dIe acts will lIOL be attempted withont all
effort, at le:1.5t, to rren~l lt th (,lll. ..
In the J ournal for 1bD:? will be fo nnd some lists of ill cum·
Lents d~ltillg tram an early period, :lIld which cannot fuil to be
of illtere:5t to the p:.ll"i~h c5 to whidl they reft:' r. ,,~c wonld
snggest th at they should ue copicll into Olle of thc pal'ish books.
\\"c believe country clcl"!!nnL'1l would nllil it n'r," in collYcllicnt
to kn-e to ('~tl'aC~ sll cl~'notcs frolll their or igi;w.1 S0111"Ce, and
("-cn if th ey fuund th e place tiley wonltl still ~ be '':It sea" to
('~tract the 1\1:11[("1' wie ho1lt t he help of all expert or nn intcl"·
prete!" to f end and dcciphel' tilC fadell writings, often comractl;!d
Latill, of the seH'ntcentlt :l\ld ci~ht(,(,llth celltnric:s.
"·c han: illscrt cd: wl!l'l"c we '(-,;,d th e ncc~.ss:1 l"y information
1;i\"('11 us, aCCollllts anti dCl"'c!ipti 'HlS uf flll " Church elate "
bronght und er our noti ce, and we would ask om' fricnds to
supply us with more infor ma.ti on of this kind for futnre J ournals.
The armorial shi elds from the old tombstones of th e County
Antrim g iven at p~gc 5, will, wc believe, be thought interesting
by many of 0111' reau ers. "\\"e llope in fllturc nnmbel's of our
Journ al to give an addition::!} 'llIJ \"~ri e J coll ection.
"~e h ave in serted a page with the dates of t}le P a rochinl
Registers of OllC County [CArlow], thinking this arrangement
more convenient th an that :ldoptcd in the Hepo rt of the Dep uty
Keeper of the Public Heconls, frOUl whence this list is tak eIl.
\Ve are preparing for a future J ou rnal lists of th e digllitaries
of the G'1thedral of 8t. Laze rian [ Di !~ce se of L eigh liliJ, an d
other interestin g and \'a! uahle llwttCI" which \ve be lieve Ius n eve r
yet been published. ,re wC\uld draw attention to the curious
inscriptions and plnt es of an ciellt mon uments at thi s CatlIed r;11.
given at pages 24, 33, and ;j·1 ; and nl so to the extraonlinary
epitaphs at Kilfenora, to th e co mely ).IacDonagh and lli s wife
M nria j to th e: thirsty nnu pugnacio us Pat Lysaght ; ~md to the
death-stricken family of Blood. Other insc l"ipti ons of mu ch
interest will be found amonp-:-t onr pages, jnd ndin ~ that g i\'ing:
the eventful ca reer of th e He\·. i) ('n:r~nx Spratt ( p. 55), as well
as th e Mon tgomery insc ription (I'P. I, ·j, ti;), a tomb" em'ions
and sllmptllom.• of d i.... e!·s c ul lltl!".; ;lwl insc ri bed with motto!.!:;
and ,~e r5es of hi s own (hel" hu:.L:ll1d:- ) composures"! ! But our
space will not permit us to HIClltioll marc; we IllU S~ le,t\'e tb em
to our readers. ,
Th e forty or mor e copies (,f ins criptiolls from St. Ann e's
Church, D ublin, which is onlY:l p or t io n of" h:1t we h;\\"e ready
for the printer on a fnture oec:bioll, wi ll, we tru st, int erest our
Dublill fri ends e"pec ially.
'"''e hnve jnst reccin·d a .... cry fi ncly-etdle,1 drawing of Sir
Chri ~ tophC' r Barne\, all"s tomb;-If 1.11,,1;. whi cb we ilLtellit to hu\'c
C'lIgr:l"c(l, so as to cll~lhle it tn I ,\..~ ill<;e rkL!. opro:5ite p:lg'e 100.
lt h:1 s L CE' 1l Ol',r wish to clllir ~' l1 onl" 1'age<; hy cng ravi ng s or
plates of sOllie of th e must l"l'!lurkablc 1I1OllUllll'lLt s d l' ~ (, t'iLcJ .
As we hu\'(' alre:l,}y s.lid, t h~ I1l1ll1bcr of tlH~ 5c ill ll st r;ltiO ll s, flS
well as th l! ~t"h' in whi...:h thl.'\· :i1"e d011C, h ;1S bcen lowl!l"cJ. for
wan t of fU ll tls·. •
TI le extract-" from th;~ oL..iill:lr.r uf the and",'llt ..:\~ bey of
''"
xvii

l\leelick. County Galway, are conthmcd from our first volume.


and are not yet comple te.d. In like manner we h:J.Ye been
obl1ged to eU'J'tail the l\I SB. We h,\y(' on hand of severnl other
pla('~s ; this Journ:'!l having cyen in its present £01'111 exceeded
in size wh~t Ollr fUll /Is admit of. The ill!'cription on Sir J ohn
Cochlan's tombstone at Rmng hcl" may give rise to mnch spec u-
lation as to it;; m eaning-.
Further extracts fr~ 11l ls:1:1c Butl er's MS .• C"t1'ca 1740 (?), are
given, and from tl lCIT age nre "aluabl e, rtlthongh we dou bt the
cl'itic.,) correctn ess o f th e original ,\1 S.
\Ve woulll add a word as to ou r SubscriLers, &c.
No Subscriptions have b ~e n recei\·ed ·fl'om the undermentioncd
six counties, viz. : -

Ca'·:l.n. Leitdm, LongfOloa,


Queen's County, Roscommon, Tyrone,

and only one Snbscriber is to be found in the Counties Down,


Kerry, King's County, Lond ond erry, and Tipperary. Ulldl'r
these circlIllistfill ces it wi ll no t be wondered at tllnt our ta~k is
not an cn"v one.
The In{le-x to V ol. I. is in progres:;, hut it has IJ€C!ll fonntl to
be a work of such a trou blesome and tedious natnre as to occu py
in its p,oe pnrntio n an am ount of time far e-xcecding OUI' c xpcc tn·
tion, or what ,\'c nrc nble to g i,o c to it co ntinnonsly. 'Ve hope
to have it shortly in the prillt t!l" s hawls, und, wh en reftdy" clll e
notice will be giycn to our S ubsc ribers who may wish.to apply
for copies.

The expenses for til e year amount to £65 10


While the a mou nt rec('inll fOJ othe year, f.oom
all source~, ouly amounts to 51 4 5

Leavicg a deficicucy of £ 1-1 6 3

The forego in g account will show the man ner in whi ch th e


fun lIs ph ce d ill a nI' hawls ha .... e been dis.pensed ; an(l we h:lve
douLt th at our Sn bsc ri ber:s will ~lgree with li S in be ii (!" in g
11 0
that th e most el1eclual way in whi ch t he s[l.wll sum wc havc a t
our disposal cnn ue m~u l e a v ~ih bl c i!; by meam of th ~ P rinting
xviii

Press, which not only places on record in onr Journal yalnable


inscriptions, many of which would otherwise be lost, but also
stirs up aua cultiyutes an improyed pnLlic opinion, nnd in this
way elllists in th e good . . york many who haye not as yet formally
joined us •
.Amongst the many cases of neglE'cted burial-grounds we
han: to r ecord, it is a pl easu r e to find nn excepti on such as th at
of c, Sword,:," Connty Dublin, where, through the influence and
exertion s of tb e n ec tar (The Heverend Can on Twi gg), and tlt e
('lllIl'...·hw[1nlens and others, it [tprea rs by a letter ill tIle D ail'.!
E rPl't?sJ of Sth July, 18UI, signed by the Rev. R. B. Stoll C'.'>',
13.1)., of Irishtowll, that" the church-yard und grounds were a
mQclel of lleatn ess aud care, and reflect the greatest credit " all
tIlt! auoyc-n:uneu. gentleul:ln .

I The follow ing extracts from tlu~ "Acts of the rri'7 Couucil (of
Elt;blld ), ] 552 __1," editcd Ly John f: ocbe DUSCllts, shewg how it has
cume to Jl<"l8S tbat th e ruin.:; of so IIw.ny mOIl3f:tE.-ries ill Eliglallll, :15 well as
ill h C'lalHl, eo poorl r I" f' presellt tbell' awient extent ami Leallty':-
u ..\ lettel' to the saiJ Chall cdlor th at Olh'er Stephcn, I::::;q., shall havc
rf his nIaj eo:t y's gift 400 IO:ltls of -"t onc ont of the lat e )I olla;;tery of
\\"olnlen, towards the Luil,ling of DeLilonl gnol."
'J\g.1iu'-
.. Tile' De.m and t,,·o CanOlls of Chest.:'!', committ~d tbi s tlnv to the Fleet·
f"r 1 ~lhillg- down the lead of th cir ch urch, nll J other of tll;b' di::;onlcreJ
ll llin:;~ ."
[Frolll the 1:c"\-'. ~anhn Hewson.]

The following n ote Lv Professo r Geor.ge T. Stokes, in the


.Jllllrna{ of th e Itoyal S~ciety of Antiqua;i cs of Irelalld , page
~ 13, is instrn cth·e, to say nothing 1II0re : -

II I knm.... of c1mrcbyanl.'i \\ bere 111 0.,:t \':\Inablc reco rtls, tombstones aIHI
1ilOllU hlcnts are r,ljliJly going to u " ~tl·ll ..: :ioLl, yet tI le iUClllllbent.s. th oug h
l,r'cn \\ith vcry liule to Jo, Il il! Dot copy them iuto 3. book \\hilc still
l q;iLl~·."

\r c add-II 'Tis true, <lila pity is 'tis true."


Tile late leal'll cll :llId Illucb-lamentcd Bishop Reeves, ill his
ACl' OllI!t of tllc j ·d:1l1d of Salld;!, ufr' the ;::;'cottisli Coa;:,t,
writ te n in lS G:!, ill cundu sioll, 'lHotcs [fn.llll a writer in the
~l'W ~tati"tical Accollnt of ScotblH1J ;.- .
xix
UThis bUl'yiug-grOlllld also shows every mark of neglect, being nn-
enclosed; the gravestoncs aloe broken and d efacctl, and betoken that want
of affection and re"pect fOl" th e dealt which is chcrished by the rudest
nations."
The Bishop add s :--
"How p:linfully does the imagination of the Celt contrast with his
practice ! The fate of tile Httle cemetel"Y of Sauua is but a typc of the
prevailing coudition of am" most vcu erateu "anCillaries. The mint! paints
bOl"l'OI"J, allLi the t Ollg-lle rchlte.s th e c<lialllities, of the desecl"atol"; and yet
no eflort i3 maul: to s tay the desul:uillg' ha nt! of Time, 01" tab.e COIUllllJD
precaution against the itljmies of tl"~:;;p ass amI. uiJapiJ atiou.
I i The patl"Oll saint is invcsted wi th iLlla ~i n:try honolll", yet his cem etery

is exposcJ to JlshonolH"; S:llict ity is suppoi cll to reslue ill the ::pot, yet
uttcr lleglcct is the ollly pl'ac tic~l testim ony which b; bol'll~ to the per-
sn3.siou; and wili!e the fuot 01' ham] of him who woulJ distlll"b a sou 01"
remove. a stOlle. is consiJere tl all accursed limb, the b~a:>t of the ficld is
allowed to range at pleasl1I"e within the halloweLl precincts, allll m:lke a
I"ubbing-post of a m 011l11llClltfil pillar, tile veh'et ~ward it.5 lied by day ami
the. enclosure of the chapel its shelter by night, the troilu eu mh-y rccept,lcic
of noctnm al filth""

These weighty words of a great and good man who has


latcly been taken from amongst U3, ought to be remeillbereti, are
applicaul e to more than one of our consecrated burial-groullds and
the ruins within th em"
, ,\\re would desire to rem ill :l the thoughtless who tramplepver
the graves of onr crowu ed lmrial-grounus, of the fQIIowing
line.:> written by Thomas Gray : -
"Perllaps in this neglet:ted spot i:s laid
Some. beart once prc:;llllllt with cele,; tial fire;
H::l.I1us, thnt th e roo of e!l1pire ~ migllt Ilase sway'd,
Or wak'd to cxta,;:y tile liriug Lyre."

And of the sentiment of Thomas D;n-is :-


"Why shall we seek fOI" bis tories, why Jl1 :Jke nlllsl'ums, why stUlly tbe.
mallners of tlle dC3.J , whe n wc foully ncoll.!ct, or barua ruusly spoil, their
home3, th eir castl e,;, t hei r te mlJI~:i, t l:d l' cull t";;e:>, the ir CO ll r t~. thei/" !]1"Ut"cl> ?
li e \\"110 tralllple5 OIl th e p:t::.t , docs not u r ate fUI" Ih e fu t ure, th '~ ~,llll e
j;;!I0l"i\l.lt aud vagaooll u ::pi rit \\ 11;(;11 maJ e llim a uestruc lin:, prolr i l.Jj t~ llilll
f("JIlI cre~tillg fur p03 tcl'iry:'
The April number of the Rdi?,llary contains a notice of th e
work we are emlea \'ouring to CUlTY out. It 5:lYS : -
"This lS all exceediugly praise worthy unJ ertaking, :lull we wish its
promoters th e full SlICCC$S their oujCCL d o~e l'\' cs , \\"0 see only a alUallli ~ t
of s llhsc ri lJers, and fed sure tll :lt this ca.nunt Le any renl illdic:l tioll of the
,-aiIiC whidl Clillcntell lri :;h people place 011 tIle memorials of th eir fo refathers.
The list of s u()~criucrs oll~ht to be tenfold what it is, We nre glad to sec
th at th e .1 Hcp(ll't" it:;elf place:; on record ill its pnges some of the many
illscl'iptions especially JialJlc to be lo;;t 01' defaceu . "r
c presume that the
Fund b at presen t ill its ill fancy, and th at as it grndllally geB 1II0rc to
work, and Lccoilles better kU OWIl, it will meet with wider s upport. To
Col Oll t,j \ ' igo rs great cl'ellie is due fOl' his cuJeavour to iuterest Iri;;hlll!::Ll
111 the object of th e ~- tllld_"

In the Aprillllllllhe r of the tJ"e.~h'I'n Antiqua ry, published at


Plymouth by ~lr. \Vright, F, it His. Soc" we find thc follow-
illg l'e m ~lL'ks Oil th e Repo rt for 1Sti9 :-
"This is doiug rHlmll'able work, alll! dc"el'\'cs the fu·lle~t enoourngement,
• • • • • • \\' e find uum erolls reports fruul eUllLlti (!s in 311 parts of irelaLHI
relnth-e to in tcre ~ tiJl;; :lIld " ~lIU:.lble his tol'ic"lmemol'ial", whi ch arc HI'ted
as w01'th)' of presen',Hioll , We are Eorry to see tl, :\t the lis t of suoscriLers
to the FLIII!l L~ 30 " Cly small, alll! tv note that the Editor l;tment:! th at
I'c vcml coulltic-s ill Ireland have 11ul, as ),ct, clJuIl'ilJ uteu a 5ill;;l ~ sh illiu;; to
the work hc Ua:3 luu.lertnken,"

" "'e wis h th e space at our dis}JI)j;l! permitted us to .en ter into
a d cscrilJtio n of the manners ami c n .; t o Ul s of ancient bul'ia.ls by
th e natives of \"ariou:> coulltries ; we lIlu;:, t postpone it to so m e
future yc'u', bere only r e markill~ of tlLlI' own co ullt r)' tllUt th e
custo m of buryin g in comcer.lt t' ,l g t"oUlHl is said n ot to have
bee n unin:rsal in lrd tlllLl up tt> Ut';lrly the cll(l of th e t welfth
ccn tlll'\'.
Gi,',;ltlns C:1I111.ren5is lIH.!nti olls tl l;! t "it was enjoined by th e
CUll11dl of Ca5iLl..' \ in the r ear 117'2,"
The curi ol\:j ('n S-lOl ll ~ f dIe Q lLak~ l's noc pe rmi tting mon u-
m en ts to bc crect l'll on'l' t hL'il' dc,\d, is 1Ill..'lltiuIIC ll ill [i1 e histul')' of
th at bl'ot!Jcrllllotl in lrl'Lul.l Le[l\' l' ...·u lti.j O allli 1 jUt} Oy J ohn
nut ty, awlm'lY Ul' ol,,:;l'rYc!1 b,v t hose wh o \' i::.i t tl H.:i r ';,Ulcil'lLt
burying' llbcl's, slLeh as that at ); CI' lt d .:':S :l11I1 ~lscwhe\'l' , <1ml
thCiu g h tll'..'y l'l''lll in:d thl'ir lJUl'i:d-l l\,\CCS .. t u Le M:c nrcd imu
- ----- - -- - - - -- -

x);i

kept in good r epnil'." they not Duly did lIo t approve cf m Ollu-
ments, but no mourning was to he wor n. An order dated 1717,
reconll.lcnd s that if any, COntf,1l7 to the a ncient practice, had
erected lIlollUm el1ts oyer th e Dc•.ul Uodies of Frie nd s. snch
should be rcmo\'ed, and that none such shonl J. be set up in
Fl'it!llds Burying-places for the future,"

IN NF:U OR [ .nr.

In the death of the late RcvcrelHl Hugh :\l 'Neill . Iucllmucnt


of Dcrrykcig h:tIl, County Antrim , wllich t)ccufl'cd all SalUl'J<lY
th e i it h of .:'Itay. 18 U;~, we h:l.YC los t:m acti\'c alIll valu~ll sup-
porter of tb e work we are end eavouring to Co-'l n'y Oil ; it was
only one of the IlI:lny g ood and kiuJ works ill which he
interes ted himself: ne was a lUall grl.!atly es teemed by all who
had tIl e pl casm'EJ and. all YU llt<lge of his :.Lcq uaintance.

D oubtless some of onr present su bscribe rs l!::n"e no.t see n


our Hcpo rt for th e y e3r 1 ~ ti8 , in whi ch we stateu the Objl!C t5
we hau in view, and hopc (l to sec car rieu out in tbe cour~c of
time. \Y c, th er efore, n:p l'ut th em hel"e, as we wish the m to
circ ula te through the lellgth nUll breadt h of the bud.
'Th ey nre : -

I.-To eUl!eavour to rOll:3C t:1C atl cntiOll of the Ch~)'g:y and Lll it~· to tile
present gClI el'il lly ve ry J i:,:,: mccflll stnte of the blllL11· grounds in
I rela nd, nIH] to eulist their :i)' lllpall!." aut! adivc uid ill gettillg
them into bettel' orJ cr, an d cndvscJ , wh cz"c they req uire it; t o
6: .~ -strive to have th em pr('seT\" ~ J a nti protecteJ, auJ trCJ.teJ with
the respect alh! velleration d ue tv thellI .
JI.-To seeme a reconl of all cxi,; ti ll';; 1')lubs :lutl mOlllllllcut s of :l11y
iutc rc" t -uy h.n-i ll;; t iJl: i.. ill'l"ri pt iu lls card 'lIl1y allU WXllr" tt ~'1
copied; :.lIIJ t o out "i u i \d~'mw.i' Hl, as far ,IS pos"iJ.,lc, of th ose
tlmt h:ln: LCt."1J fftU OH·d 01" Ik,..troyctl.
lJl.-Tu Wit'd..! c u cflllly worb c.un d on ill, :lll,l :J.bout, chu n::l ll,:~ , oie.,
50 as to prcHllt il1j ury to moutm: t nts ami t umbs tullt!::i.
x:xii
J\~.-Torepni l' tombs of ~nti o nal illtcl'esL wh cre the present represe n.
tath'es of the drceased are Il ot in a position to do SO, and that
the fund s admit of it (as in th e casc of l{ichard ~lillikitl's to mb·
stone at Dougl as, Co, Cork-the author of I i Th e Gl'm'cs of
lHal'llcy"-whieh has b ~c ll oone, a.;; well as ~e yera l oth er:<).
V.-To print annu:1.11y a J ounlal, with illus trations aml copies of
inscriptiolls, and also ::ucb othe r matter connected with th e
Anci ent )Iemorbh; of the Dead ill thid COlllltry as may be
th ooght desirabl e.
YI.-The priuting of extracts of int erest from cha pter,beoks , parochial
and othel' l'C'g istel'd and l'ecol'ds, is thought vel-Y d esi mule, and
th e Cl('l'fJ!J ure i:'m'n e..,tl!J r{q'Ii:'.'ted tu fu,l'nish Ow n, as \\'ell llS
any other inful'lncttiOll they cau gh'c coullected 'with their
churches and parishes, and U 3CU and dis used. bLlL'ial' gl'OlllH.I5.
YII.-A ccounts of aucient fOllt", bdls, church plate , niH} lllernoriJ.l
glass, am nl50 reques ted, with f<kecchcs, ph ocog rnplls or ruLloing:s,
..... here c e n\'elli ~ llt, nou copies of illscriptious llJereO n, will be
th ankfully receh 'ed.
It is JlOpcd that ill COUt'se of tithe, though tb e help of this wcrk, a
c01llplete (isi of all [olllL::.cOD1::S and mODuffiellt s, DOW in exi;;tellce
and lcgil.Jlc, may be formed, the grt!:lt value of wbich it is
Ilu uece"sa ry to cnl:lq::;e ilpOIl hert!.
To ell able the Editor" TO carry on t ile :lOOYC work, subscriptions arc
absulucely lleccss ,lI'Y, and i~ " e t:(J. rl! ~ t/!J reques ted.

Life Subscripcion Fj,·c Pounds.


Annnal do. Five SLillings.

All SUbSC1-il-,tioos to be sent to

COLO~EL P. D. VIGORS,
llollode u, l:lJ.genalstown, Co. Carlow.

rOil are ri:'q'le) t~d to IIIl:'I!tioll thiJ ICOI,k 10 ?Jolll'friends (bet h Iatlies and
gem] emeo), a ra! tv uoe !lour influen ce with them to obtain th eir ~ UppOl't
And co-operatiou. P. O. \ r.

~.B,-Cop i c s of some of the J:cports for back ~' e~lf.'i can still be hutl on
<lpplic:l lioll to t'oluJld Vi go],s. _.:\~ i 'I '~,;C ut only :: ()U copies of Ih t! J lltlmal
arc pduted, wh ich will C;lLl~e thClll to Le ujiliclll ~ t o oLtain afl cr a fo.! w
)ear:.'.
xxiii

LIST OF SUIlSClmmrrS FOR 1892.


[The fJam es 01 u L ife Subscribers" m'e printed in II heavlJ-faced " ilJJle.]

I
Acallcmy, the nopl Irish Dublin
Agar-Ellis, l'bjOI' the Hon. H.,
)1.R .S ..·LI. Wilton·strect, London
Alcock, Alex ande r )1., Jnnishannon, Cork

I
M.U.
Atlly, A . ... Worcester, Mass., U.S.A.

na g-well, 1111's. n. ... Mnrl6eld, Cion mel, Tippcl':wy


Halfoul', n. I!. '1'., D.L., ll.P'.S•.~.J.,
M.R.I.A. Towuley n ail, Drogheua
R:l.n-y, J. G., J.P., M.II.S.A.I. 90 Georg~ strect, Limerick
J Biggcr, F. J., ~1.n. 5. A.[. Belfns t. Antrim
j Bowers, Th ollL;1S, 11.11.5 A.I.
Brauy, J. Cornwall, J.P.
GI·aif;:1villc, Piltow ll,Co.Kilkcnny
1\lyslmll Honse, Cnrlow
I Brophy, Scrgt. ~1I. (I;lle 1t.I.e.) Cnl"lQ w
I Urm\'ne, ltc\'. 1:. L , 31. U.S ...... I. Fl'aIlCi:lC311 COIIl'Cllt, Cork
Buick, J! ey. G. IL, ~[...... , YiCC,PI'C:;.
n.S.A.I.: Y.U.I •.'\', The ~Iansc, Cullybackcy, Antrim

Campion, n. G. :r-.lidLlleton, Cork


Carroll, l-:e\'. _ _ , P.P. Iluw th, Dublin
Cashe! and \Yatcrford, the r.ish op of T ho ('nl nce, Waterford
Cntli<>l", )(rs. l\ewp ort.road, \Vestport, 1\layo
Chestel', th e Int c l:t. Be\", \\'. D.,
D.D., flishop ofl\il1aloc ... C:u'isfol'd House, Kilbloe, Cl:tl'6
Clen,,!!!', l!e,·. E. D., ) J.A . (Oxon.),
M:.I:.~ . A.I. Do)g:cl1y, "'ales
n~\'. ~\lI " u It
Clil}'!!, 3l:oby·pJace, Kingsto lVlI, Dnblill
ClilT", Capt;li ll Edwan.1 A. Killgiio town, Dublin
l' oc1l1":1l1e: J: obert, C.E., F. S..\., :>J.n.I ...... ,
}-' .Ii.S.A.I., &c . r.nthg::u·, Dnblin
Coleman. J ame.:! ... 801UlHUtlptOll, ElIgb lHl
---~--- - - - -- - -

xxiv

Comber, ~'r.s. F.dll;U'd Iloybke, Cheshire, En glnn d


Com erforJ, t he i\I os t nev. Dr. M.,
D.D, )I.R.I • .\., F.R .S.}, .I., Coadj L
ltol"
Dishop of Kihb re aud L('ighliu ... Bragn nza, C rtrlow
Co nl1 ~ l1 ::l1l , :\ la j rJI', D.L., .Y.n.S.A.t. C OOI ID O ]"(~, Kilk enny
Cooke, J. Or msLy ... KiltlLI1'n, Bnllym ote, ~ligo
Cooke, John, B. A., ~I.R .S.},.I. G6 :'.lorelmOl pt on,road, l.lublin
Corrigan, !!e\'. "'iIlia m, c.c. Jenkinstown, Ki lkf' llny
Cosg l'[L \'e, E. :\l c i)., M.D. . . . 5 G:mliI1C1"s-row, Du l>lin
Creighton, iJ;lViJ 11., F.R.G S., U.R.S.A.I. Kilk enny
Croft on. :'IIi,,;; H. A. ) 1. ••• Hah ee n )1<"1110 1', Clare
Cnffe, :'II:lj or Otway Wheeler, ~t.R..S.A.I. WooJlands, '" :lterford
Cllnnill.;; h ~ m, th e n ev. Hobert, B.A.,
If.n.S. A.T. Coleraine, Londonderry
Cllrrey, F. E., J.P., F.R.S.A.I. The )la11 Ilom;c, Lismore,
WaterforJ

Daniel, )Ess C. Lon:;h p.('3. Lodge, Athlohe,


\\'e ~ tm ('ath

Day, Robert, F.S.A., lI.n.I.A.,


F.II.g.A.]. Sidney-pl ace, Cork
Deano, Th omns )f. SiJmouton - square, RI'ay,
Wicklo,,"
De Darms, Lieu t.-Colonel ~l ogf'elJ, Curn'lgl:lss, " ' atel'ford
Dix, E. I:. :'lI ce., ~1 . n.S.}' I. 37 l\iIJ .l!"C -l.' trl'et , Du blin
Dod ge, ::\11"5. G. Pomeroy ••• LOll'; 18lnlHl, Ken' York. U.S.A.
Dooley, I1 cnry
Douglas, J1. C., ~I . I"' S.A.] . . . .
Dredge, Rey. J . In gle
Carlow .
Pal'SOnstolVlI, J\illg's Coullty

Buckland Brewer, D evon, Eng-


land

Egan, P. )1., F.lt.S.A .I. lIigh-street. Kilkenny


Ewart, Lavens 1\1., !l I.A., }'.n. $ .,\.J. [) B e d ru l"ll-."tn~et, Ilelfru: t
Ewart, Sir 'Villiam, Ib,-,_.
M.A., F.R.S.A.I. • .. 9 Bedford· stree t, n dfas t

Fct\Jc rstolllt :l.ngll, A. J., U. A., :.I Lt . ~ .A . I. T cm rlc~() gnc, Dnhlin


Fitz GiLbon, ) Irs. _\. )lo ol"e~iJe, Blls hc)', lI ertSl
Fit zG "mlll , Lore1 Walte r, ?>l.lt. s ..-1..I.,
.!.I .R.I. ,\ . ... l\i1 kea CAs tl e, I\i klare
Fitzsilll Oll, M rs. ) f. The l:cctor)', l\l agb eralio, Co.
Down
I
I

f
1
I

Ff':~:~::~'~.~.v. J.

Ffrcoch, l\I rs.


Fuller, J. F., F.S .•-\.,
F. M., FRS-A . "
xn

Do.
Dublin
Carlow
110.
------ -- ~-

R!lllyrcilmond lIou se , Clon ega l,

do.

f Gal'stio, J. n., n.L" LL, B., F.S.A.,


Ir.n.I.A., F.R.S.A.I. Bragnnst owu, Casdeb('llingll arn,
LoulIl
Garvey. John niv(,l'slncle, BaIlin .1, )I:tyo
Goold, ~Ii ;;.:> .\. J, 21 Ba n·ington.street, Limeri ck
Grnves. VI' 1 D . n" F.r:. S. , 31.11.1. ,-1..,
Bi~\l o p of Lim et"ick Th e Palace, Limerick
Grc~ nw ood. Mrs. . .. DOllillgn , Kilkcuny
Gnffi th, ~I js s Corrig Castle, lJu blin

Hade, Al'thm', c E~, M.II.S ..... . t. Cad Ow


lIanraklll, T. \\' , O. JriSlltOWIl, Kilke rlllY
IInl'llll1.ll, ~Ii l=3 ;\Iari o ll. M H.S.A.I. Jh n owlll DUllt. !\,ilkcllllY
II c:!.'y, t he I~ e y . W m.. P.I'., ~I .R. S . A . I. J oLu ~ t ow ll , Kil kcnny
H ewson, J:c\"". Edwd. F ., B ,A., ) 1. ll. .S. A,I. Gowr:m U" CI OI'),. Kilkenny
HiLL<> l't , n. F., ~! R. 8.•~ . [ .••• W ooduank, S<:nrilf, Clare
Hiltoert, )[1'';. Do. 00.
Hill, Arthm.. D.E. , 1I.1t , ..... , F.R . S. ..... I. G eorgc·s· street, COl'k
Hi1Jianl, Il. H. Trnlec, Kerry
Hopkin=! Hev. J ohn W" B.A " ) [.11.5 • .\ .1. Aglol' nJ VicarA ge, COlina , Cork
Hu ~ h es , B. i llllep e11.dtll t Office, Wexford
Hunt, Mrs. Helsham KillC.IlI'U, Ki lkenny

Jenning;:, ~ll-.i. F. )1. Brookfidd Honse, Cork


Joyce, r. "'0, LL.D., )1.n.I ..... , .:\t.n S.A.I. Lein!' ter.roa d, Dublin

Ingr:llll, J. I\e ll~. LL.D., rr(! ~ . n.t.A. 13 Welliugtoo.road, Dublin


Irwin, Hev. Alex:luJo;l' Arwagh

Keane. I!cy, Jam e;! D. , )f.A., ~l.R.S ,1..1. !\a\·t\Il, ~I ('at h


Kelly, \Y. E., C.l;. , F. ll . S. . \- I. oSt. B c l (, II'~ . W C3tpOI't, ~Ia.yo
Kelly, !\1rs. ,,~ . E. Ilo. do.
Kelly, ~I bg Vorothy Va. do.
Kdh., i\ li:::o; Chll't'\'iIll~ (10.
K..1I)·,I:h:n.trJ l: l·lI evlll' do.
h ClI nedYl til", \ "l'IJ J: C\' . T . I.e n.... C:l rrkknl.lc , o::;s, :\J ollagllan
xxvi
King, Deputy Surgcon.Gencrnl II.,
M.A I }l.n., 1I. n.I.A., F.Il.S.A.I. 52 Lnnsdowne-l'oad. DnLlin
lCing,;ton, th e Conntess of , .. :lIolitcbdstOW ll Cast ll', Cork
Killllcar, nC'i". J olin, D.D. ... 'file ~lanseJ Lettcl'kcnJ1Y,
Donegal

Langrishe. Richard, F.R.I •. LI., Yicc.


Pres. n.S.,I.I. Norc Mount, KilkcllllY
Le lIunt c, the r:ev. Francis New ]{oss, " 'exfonl
Leinster, the Duke of Carton, KilJ.lre
Libral'Y, the "Xati onal D!1blin
Long, the ReI', H. H. The nectOl'Y, Templeruor(',
Tippernry
Lynch, P. J., c.}:;., ~1.1l.1.A'1 F.R.S.A.I. ~h1l0\V-gtl'eet,Limerick
Lyons, the He,·. Calloll PiltoWll, Kilkenny

)lacbcth, th'c r:cv. j., LL.D. 'Ycx.fOl'd


)laflctt, the Itc\,. l:ichnrd ti. Ilerbert-I'Oatl, DuLl in
:\IailoIlY, D. Gmngc Con, \\' icklow
~lnL1I C \' CI'CI', ~Iiss ... Th e ~1aI1, Arm,1.gh
Mayo, the Earl of ... Palmer;;to\\'n, Kilu:1.l·e
lolcClintock, the J~e •• F. G., M.A.,
jo·.R S.A.I. Drumcar, Dunleer, Louth
~1c~eiIl, the ]:el'. Hugh, 1I.n.S.A.I ..•• Stl':l llOCUlll, Antl'im
)10110)" William n.,F.S.S ., ll.R.I.A"
Dl'ookfielt1-ten'ace, Dubliu
)1ooI'c, the ltc\,. Courtenay, )J ..-\'.,

)I.R.S.A.I. lIIitchel6t owll, Cork ,


~Joore, Henry Gowran, I~j[ kenuy
~lorclallJ. :\liss:\f. Hll.lLee ll JIallo!', Clare
Mulkel'tl, I:ev. Thol1l:1..9, P.P. Clolltu5kert, Galway
Mundy, Mrs. Pierrepont ... Gloncl.!stl.!l'z,hire, Ellgland

Newdl, w. H , C B., LL.U. Lansuowne-roatl, Dublin


~C\\ t Oll,
I'hilip J .... Dnnlt'ckllcy jIanol', Carlow
~e\\-ton, :\liss Alb Newtowub.l rry, Carlow

O'Flyn!l, l:i chal'J ... Worc este l', )1as;;., IT.S . .--\.
O;;:;ury, the .:\rcltdcacfJll of ... TlI OIH <l.';[loW ll, li:i lkclIlIY

Penin, :\[1'''' K !l ClcLJromin. Lu.. k, lJuLlin


I'igutt, .WiIli'U1.1 J .lcksuu iJUUJrulll, DUII"u
-~.~ -~---~ ---
----~

xxvii
1'lunket, Lord, Archbishop of Dublin Tile Palace, St. Stepheu's.gl'ecli
PoeI', Count Je 1.1, D.L., ~I.R .S ..-\..[ . . . . Kilsheelall, \\' at erfonl
POllsonby , 11 011 Gerald Gree ll·stl·eer, Gros venor-square,
Lond on
Powel', tb e R e\·. George B., B.A.,
M.H.S.A.l. l\:ilf:1ne Hectory, Kilke llny
Pratt, )'ll's. Fitzmaurice Dublin
Pratt, '\11'10. P. C. ••• St. Anne's Hill, Cork

Qui un, tbo l!cv. Edward, P.P., lr.R.S.A.I. St. Audoen's, Dublin

naplllolH.I, Rev. J os ., e.c., ~I.R.[.,\ . . . . Castleblayney, :'.l onagh:.m


nice, JIrs. C. J. ' ... Grange El'l'ic, Douglas, Cork
Hobertsoll, J. G., F.r..s ...t.r. .::it. ,stephell's-greeLl, Dub lin
Rob ertsoll, Herbert Huntington Castle, Cloncgal,
Cadow
Ryan, the [!ev. joiln, O.P . . . . St. Saviour's, Limerick

Sindall, A lfred Louuou


SeYllloUl', i\k~. Gleucormack, Mayo
Smith· Barry, Arthur H.,
M.P" F.U.S. ,\.I. • .. Fota, Cork
Smith, O wen S., ~I.lt.S ..~.I, .. , Rohbcr, M ea th
Smith, the H.ey. Call OIl. It., D.O • • Clyd e-roau, Dublin
Stack, til e ltt. Hev. .M., D.D ., Bishop
of Clug-he!', &c. .. . Clones, ~I onag han
Steele, Hev. J. H ... . Tbe Cottage, Crota CU.'3t\c,
Fennanagll
Steele, Thomas Jr. 63 IHoyne-roac1, Dllhlip.
Stokes, l!~ \'. George '1\ 0.1)., .31.R..I.A.,
Blilckrock, Duhlin
Stubu.'3, ~li.::;s Lucy Hathmaeknec, Co. \V exford

Tatham, _ _ Lonuon
Taylor, Hev. J. Wallace, LL,D., F.R.S.A.I. Emyvale, U onaghan
Trcll ch, .JEss J. Du ll1iu
Totteuhal1l, 11. L0ftu,:;, ll•.\. Gucrll::;ey
TO\\,ll ::;~UJ. the \' cry l:ev. Wi lliam ,
D.O. , :U .H 15 ..".1. ... Tnam, Galwa~'
Tyntbll, Pl' uf(!~so r John, F.Il.S., &c. HltzlclilCre, El1g-luml

Vic:ll's, Arthul', F.S.A., Ubter Kiug d


Arm.'3 Dubliu Gu"tle
x xv iii

Vi gors, Colollel P hilip D., F. R. S. .".l . lIoIloden, C arlow


Vigors, Mrs. Ph ilip Do. do.

\Ynll, Li eut.-Colonel J. Kn ock- a.R eagh , G runge Con,


Wicklow
Wnlsli e, J. W. Kilkenuy
Walsh, t he l:t. Be\". W. P nkcllham,
D.D., F.ILS.A .l. (Yice . P rc~ id (, I1!),
Hi shop (of 0 ::501',., Feru5, & Leigillin Th e Pnlnce, Kilkeuny
W cldou, J. H ., li. U.S.A. l. ... As h l1 ill To\\'er~, l\ihu nllul.k,
I.i m(' rick
\\'estropp, T hom:!.s J., 110,\ ., ~1.r..' •.-\ .1· 77 Lower LcesoD·st rect, I )ul,lin
W hite, )\;tjor J. Gro ve (5 7th !:eg t.),
lI. II.S.A.I. Ki lby rnc, Cork
W hite, th e n e .... H ill \\"il ~on , D.O.,
M.n .I. ,\. '" .... ~lllitifaruhnm, Westmcn [b
" ' illcocks, til e I1t: Y. Cn llon, 1I.A.,
)I.I ~ . S.A.I, 11:lge u al ~ t olYn,
Carlow
Wood head, )1iss ... ll eathfield House, Susses, EJtg.
land
Wood·!ttn rtill, OOIOll<,l, )I. R. I.A. C le\'cr:1gb, Sligo
W ood~, Cecil C., F.R.S. A . I. Jlbckrock, Cork
W ynnc, j\i iss F. Eo Con es, enrlow

N .B.-The A nn l1nl Sll bscri ptioll is only 5 shillin gs . ,


Li fe Subsc ription £ 5.
Annua l SubscriptiO! iS are du e on th e 1st of J anunry in eaeh
y enr ; r!. nd it will S3\'e the E lUtOl'i III/Ieh t l'ouLle i f s~bscrib(' rs
wil1 k indly forwar·J. them wi thou t sl,cdal applicatioll.
INDEX TO VOL. II.
1!lrmoriilIs of tfJr DriliJ, frrlillll1.
1~92 TO 1~94.

,V.B.-The Ncmu are Q'f'1'O.lIguJ c lphflhe1ieally. fJII I the!! art not in '(riel dirlio,lUr'!}
(lrd~ri a" J 1Hm,~ .• lil.:. e A lim. Al"ro,-Bur/: , IJourh. - f;ulli~, b'1).!"!J .-B!J '·'I~, BiT/W,
tfc., wIll g~'IM'all!l be f ound tiNder !h ~ (I,ll: headillg of ~ f!c11 Iwme.

A Antoniu s (sc e St. Antonius)


Antrim. 218,405, olO!), 5 04-
Abb!vv!ew, 125 Ap 01l'eill, 5 39
AbblJtt, 21. 76 Arbll~hn ot, 451
Aberga\'eony, 437,482, <484 Ard. bol u, 71,326
Acbe:.on.5b9 ArdlJall, 105 ,1 0 6,143,215, 84 8 , 567;
Acton, 386 , 388 al~ 1l 13;. 490
Adam, aID Ar ~ h de lic o n-ahll ArcbdecQn. 82
Adnms, 391,534 Archibald ( ArcbiLold ?),( ~ eeArc hhol d) i l
Afdh RllJ.h , 28 5 Arde-", 64
Aedi-DubL, aGO Ard(¥rt, 55, 137
Ag::tr, 36, 71 , 2 GO, 2 62, 26 6, 267, 268, ArdLraccJ.n , Sri
269,42 6, 428, 42!.l, .5I> 5 Anlilaul', 334. 527
Aghalurch er ( Acba Ll-Urchair), 299,300 Arm:l."h. 8, 78
A ~ ll1ll"chalin, 185 ArU1! on t (lmL~ t o fles , 5
Abacro.s, 5 Armstrong, 155 , 156, 192, 20 2, 203,
Ahcane, 172 206 , 2·14,28 6,303 ,315,421, 544
Aidan (see St. Ai dan), 80 0 A~b e, 318
.Aike n, 3!15 A ~ hI E Y, 5 (0
Ail he (see St. Ailbe ) , 319 A ~hton, 52
Alcock, ::0,53,5 -1, as!), 5GS, 56, AthfnrY,514
AM ~ OT Ollg h , 9 j , '6 Athhoy, 165·7,174
Alde r, 9 0 Alhloue, 133,226-7-8-9,231
A1dPrctl.n, 9.5,95 Atblurun~y, 1.4
.Al..!erdice, 2r.a Athy, 509
Aldl';orth, ':'1 Atbc:Hne, 179
AJexe.nder. 119,256,260, ::! 51, 3G -! At ki n, :!a j
Algiers. 5 ,:) Atkinson, 75.187,213, 2H, 2,,1, 559
Allen, 51, 8 3, ~5, 130 , 2 30 , 2 ~ 4, 316-17, Attra ctu (~ee St. A.tlr:lctu)
418,4.52, ;;57, 5tj6 Aucheul eck , 'J8 -1
Allin g-hum, 470 Augbli~na6 n, 72
AJpel,4 3 1 Au ghrim , 11 0, lil
An. b ra~e . 381 All ~ till, 3tiO
A to cet, Pope (~e ~ St. Ancet) Ayl me r (~ee Bon y nge), 3i'2
A nck~l, 2:?1J Aylward, 26 ;, ~ C8, 426
A I&~kdiJl, 5:<5 (~ee , \ nke~dl)
A lldt r~oll , b3 , 25;' , 3~j
B
Alldre.1s (lJ,suo p of F ie~vJe), (;;ee S.
A ndrta ~ ) Har on, 2 34
Alldrew (~ee St. Audrew) B"Jbflffi, 42 5
A ~d re 'n, ::>1>6,4 j{ B Il.:,;n3.11,3.'>
A n "~l ell , 105 :1 B.j ~en .. !~to wn, J.2S
A nne, Queeu-one of ber w... iting-l'i om ~o , B,wl)~, 14 1)
::! S8 • B.lII.lcon ll,·1l, 155
Annesl"y, 4!J, Ii ~, 'il B3.IIYllra, ::03
ii
Balfour, 165, 300 B eallghall, 3·U
E ! liJ, 179 Heaehhill, 12.
Ballvcurr'r,174 Hell, i5, J1J9, 286, 291
l>ailic, 2~ 1,315 Bel!lItbet,8..
l~ai r d, 71 BedJow, 114
llaker,43 Belle w, 17 U- l,373
Rslllri,c-l!:l'.n, 74 Belfast, 1;3, 69
llall, 24S-4, 3~9 R@!tl1r. re, 1!4
BJllyh,'glJill, ';4,15 Helle~'ue, 247
Balh'banoon, i1 n t'lIingb:lm. 106
Hlll l~·h.'l)·, 20 9 Henbnrb, 2 13 , 3G5
BlIllyl oug lllafl, 71 Heuc bn, 163
Ilall" C!blle, 4 09 Bennft, 237,541-2
nll.lI ~~h , I IJIJ- I R ell ~ o;lll, 1 99
B" lh ' beas, 86 Henyin , 5 19
B!lll;'knockao, 12, 235 Beresford, 554
Hallyn a~ereen , 56 E~tkeley , 109
Ha lh' nanneen , S67 L: crmiIl gtllull, !l9, laO, 101, 1 02, 171,
Bal1;'IJ:l:.!llrdll , 53 4!.l3, 5 11 , 5 ~8
E allywillw ell. 69 Bem:lrd , l Oti, 141 , 508
I-I.lllyra~ge l , 1,18 Derry. 2.l4, 230-6_7,3 ;8
]lallyshallnon, hi, 283 B ~ rw ick , 139, I-tO
Ballyglnney, 73 Best (see Humfrey), :xv.
Rallyg.1w l~y, 216 Betson, 143
J-bm(ord, '55 Betty, SOO
ll lln~o r, 6 1J-l UtYoln, 2il4-G,287-8
R:'Inks. 545 Bidwell, 156
n"nagher, 68,155 , 157, 15 8-9 nigenal, HI
Barlol\'. 71, 173 J:]igger, 4,7
BarD.ml, 9 6,385 Jl i~h aUJ. 72
Barha m_Hall, IGO ilillsbam , 72, .55 8
Barnt \\J II, XII'i., 99, 100 , 10 1-2, 103 , Uinn:'lll, 2.,3
105 ,12 6, 16i, 1 ii, 180 ,1 1:1 1, 233 Binney, 71
Darn 9, lii Ui m e, 22,63
Barr ett, 466 Hirney, 340
n lHri ngton, 235, 485 Hin own, 139
}t.tTrow, 55 1 Bi&'e, .HI
H:'ITfowmOllnl, 146 DI:lcklll1,,0
!larry, 014,48, 95,392 ,46(1,166,522-3, W:II:kley, 72,7'3
55'
Barton , 95
Blac ker, 84
lIlake, 49, S6
H~s(o rd, 525 Blackca,l!e,li8
Uatu, 25.'"> Bbnchfidol
Ualbe, 1 (13, 172, I i9, 424 Blael.fi«IJ, 3 4~
hatley, 2':i8,5/3 DlIlKeney, 129
lllltU', 93 lII.lnch\·iIl e, 1.54
Ba~'~'O!'lnt, 76 lIlaufY, 184,2 13, 465 .
l1 a;"n J.'" fS, 1';1 Illcs~ ir.l:ton, 400
Bll-.\'Ir, 230 m ood , xvi., ::;9, 448, 46 2
B~alll" 7:? 1I1 11ndell, 479,480
i:f'.l ltr. 84 . 92 IlInh e, 95
U<"aeblield , .7 l lodkin, 50 4
l.Ie,luLeere, 234 Holulld, 1.H
H",m oull t, 531 lIoll>"r, 4:it
Jblell, 45 l~ ulton, 2 53
Jleche r, 53 hom("rd, !l3
HedrurJ, li8 J~" n } nb", :l 71-2
B <>e n, 4 :)1 Hutt"ll'h , o(oJ , 547
l; ~!- ai f]ue ,
53, 54 H ,'tlll ~ ~, ',! r, Sl
Be linagar, I!hj Uouehicr, l~O
iii
llllubnd,5 11 4 Fl unn.Uv, .~
HO<l;,;hli',,29 ~urn~, is, 6;3
Huurk , ! SO Burlon, 1 2~ , 248
Bourkc, 233 , ~18, fi23 Burk, 3~9
B"we, I J Hurslon, 221
lIon'e o, a~O- 1-2 /:I urddl.2!1G
Jso ... eu,4',!!i !:I ury (nOYD~) 420
Ro.,·,l , 72, 2M, 4:10 BlIffO ..·t.>, SG ,427
B'lylaD,4':> U UT~~SS. U O-l , 55 1
Ho... I, 101 II l1T"dt , H'l-G
J:oyle, ~O. 70, 1:' ;,19i, 400 UUiby, 10'&
H u ~u~, IH. lt9. 218 l:\ ullev..Int, 209
Ih,xI.. "n, 'lJ~-5, ii!l!!- G Eure, ~ Jt . 53 3, 5{3
Brlluke, 543 llyru , 231
U,.,J1~y, 130 Hyrne, 151 , 255- i, 2~8 , 42:', 432," "-5,
Rrlld~ b ... ", 1I~,143, 289 4i1-2,551
Urai!),32 r..yrolt, 34: '
llr.~ansto"'D. 153 [lyrn, .. 02-3, 432
I1 re ~.l i fl. 21.15 BylllSh, 1 19
Dreholl.l5-l UyLI " x, bU
I ;ra' ~y , I H, 455 Ilrowo , ,01.R~@:, SH-5, :11; 5, it7S. -Il~
Brl1:o. lon, 193,631 Bru .... ue. -I" ':!, 131-~, 2;6. :,0 ,.).
3b!l,
Hren ,2 u[: 4043, 4 5';,472,5 03, 50,,5,:!
4. ~ 1,
l1r!l.h~ zon (ott llutb) , 245 [lrownrig .r, 3 5, 15 0
H r".t~II~lW, 14\1
brazIer. 2S!I
8ra o:l:. 3 U
Batt., 2(,3
c
I\riDIl e. 327 Cabill, 2M, 519
Brig,,,.n. H, 5.5 ClIlder, 13
IhJ.n !;lIan. 349 CaldoR, 129
Breen, H I CIl ~ d\\""l1, !:'3, !!~l,":,o
Brcl'" ",". 399, 4. 02 CMli~r er, ,S
B r~w sl cr, ~ { I, ~~& Callagban, 16 3, 4.6t -~
IIr,nlD, 15~-3, 4:17, ~:!9 CaIIH. 31~
J! rI~II,
4!;-9 C~nJ ;·t..~ Il, l~S
Dri." , .ttii CIII "', b~
l-IrtJphy, (;"IHI ..T~n. 5Ci3
Bruwm, 42 1, 4·13, 45j), ~ ;2, 503,501,
5;2
Brew, 456
I Cnn noll,3 Sol
CIIT..IlIin c, :!u2
Car\;ury, H:J,512
R I ;,J~, ~.;, C.r· ! ~ lI , 2'fi, 4 ~O , 5~ 1-:!-3-4
trick. H6 (' . . n.·.· , I.), L l, 2:!::'
Ilud fon!, 5~5 C.!lrb ..·• 9.l j, ; to , t ~;I, I ~~
IhowllriggJ. 35 Ca'l ·e!lt~r, 4~ ': . 4.;:!l
}iuchan..lu. Sil Caft l~e ~ O We )
llrllc~. 7 Carr ,c ~, 2 ,J-l
H ult, a Cl\rri,.:a.h ult, .. 3, I ~
HIU:klcy, {'G7 Ca:ri d .lu':111 , ,;::t
lI urchar.i. 1 ti, 1 7 C<IIrr l~k Vrw n",,··, k. 229
Iiur.iftt . 2~ G Ca: : ..:!, ! ..;!), 31:.<. ~ ~ :?, 553
1, ;H Kr. 13, 9G. I"21, 13 1. );4. 1.'.i.I 71, I ur:-J.u rt.
;!lol, 1 ... 8', 2'G, 3 :; " S!lr. . ';:J·!-5. 5u ~ , (;.l·lld. :':"~- ', : l!
5;:3 L ( <IIIIC ;. 1 H - ..
k ll: lr r, xv ii., :! G, 7.l, '1.1, ::,~. ~.<I: , 1("" I f\! . I i.' :au, 1;1
l v" J.:[ ~ , I t. L, It:, I,' ~', i ;' () , \ ; I, I L ,., .jj"
l;~. 1&:3, :'1(1, :!:;,;. ~:'''. :?~ ... , i. -3
&3 ::', ' ( ... ..;:.•
I..~I:~: !~~' ·I' u, ·1;11, io l~, OJ I
J..:u nbu ry, H 3, ~" l
I~'~::;~,~;;:~nn2·ii:;~\;.:;_S,
I C..h;.i:r..... ~~
:)61
iv
Ca ~tril)tt, '2 28 CII UP.C H PLAn:_
ClI stleloJ'II'n,60 _ ~: nni~ killeD, 107, 108, 11 3
CUllewell:ll1, G9, ii, 72', i t _ f .-third, Co. Wexford, 5G;I, 5tH
C:l l wd l, ,52 _ Jo·ra r.cist.l.ll5, Iri;ili , ti6, 5-1, 183, l S I,
Calhc:ut, 107, 113 198, t3l, 233
Cauld er, .j::!tj _ Gortroe ( s ee ull d~ r P.athco rm :lC a no.l
Cananuu ;!h, l45 Gorlrue), ·163
Caui fi ehl. I n3-4, 45 1 _ H ook an ,i TempletowD (see under
Cnvall ar: b, 1.5,32,3 3, 14 ,; Owetldnfl'J, .564
C:w an . , 3. 8~ . I 'J ::I . 160-1, 2, ~ - Kilconn ell,12'
C3nll Core. 1~7 _ K ilfenora , 39
Ca"'le \', ~() 1 _ E illyLegs, Co. Donegal (Irbb haa ·
C"l brid,.;e, l-14 ei,can-.), .7 1
Centen ar i3n s, 106,3 15, 384, 417 _ "noel, mourne, 4G3
Cerlile, 73 _ J.Oll;.:bg ui 1e, 8
Chaignc:lll , 9;; . - ?lliddJetvwlJ, 4 17
Ch aine. 412 - ? l l o!.:ccly , 4 tia
Ch np ..lIier. 5]9 _ M ult , (~roln (Ir i ~h fo-ra ndsc::llu) ,
Chnm her5, 2::8 231,2 33
Chll.uL elillin, $8 - NaTali, 1n
ChalllplI ga", 60 _ O\·OCd o r Avoca chu rcb (Ca stle .
Ch a pman, 192 mac.1(lam pllri.!J), :loll
Ch:t rlel ol1, . 3 - Ow!:nd u/f (now fdba rJ Un il.111 ) .
Cbafle t~, 387 at ::;, b64
Ch ea rnl ~ v. 52 _ Q uebec,.;il ",-r cluliet of tbe Iri, b
Cb!l.rle\·iile, i8 Franc; ,cM u;i nt, 57
Chee\' eu, 338 _ P.:Hhcootlto {n(lw Almoriliaunio n),
Che"tu, 92 56 1
Chiball, 51 G - R"lt~l c o rlT. ac, 46'2
Chi c1l e ~ lcr, 69, (;0, ~ S 3 - J: uthk ~iIo lc, I f-a
Chrbl mas, 2~3 - Sl.l'l1 ary's, F\ilk e ,;n~·, 33 1 (note)
Cb riHi ~n • .5 56 - St. Ollif'~, \\" :.Hctlllrd, 55.'i
( ' hur .. h l-Iate- - T eolpiemore, Co. ·1 i~perary. :/(1("
- Ashern, 4.58 . 208
- A ghQld , 240 - 'femp!et01.J"D ( !ce under Ftthard) ,
_ Alm ori tia, 5.'16 .'i1'4
- llall.1 k llucka n cburch(W~II;;parbb), - Ti lltero church ('>t P OWElIJulf) ,
14 .56 3-4
_ Barr (l n-~trand· 5t. Ch:lp el, 'Water- - Trim ( Irish Franci~ellns), 183, 184.
fonl, SG:), 3.0 - Tlla m Ca theural, SI:?, al3
- B Olfis, C" . c .u iv \\"", 14,15 _We t:.~. H
_ Cn~lJelyl>n~, 4 i: l , 4;;-1 C lnm: h-'·J. rJ . JJ8
" re ral d~ " : l e~y . '11;],463 t'il1u;.nl(;a , 73
- Castle(m.!l.c)ad.l fll,":ll ( lu!l e lo')\'~ , 61
_ Clonm ~en (110" C:ls:I~r:13!,-ne r C lan~a r iy, ~1j9
union) , 4 G3 Ci:ln~y, <: ~- 9
_ . Co:)] k. ~' ria r ~ ;\lill(m of (!~e under Cl.\I1LicarJ ~, 158
))onq:al) • .lG Cl.ln(', ~19, ~ ~O
- Crumlin, 2f; .i . l · bll\· ar;.g j, ~n, .5
_ Dei gan ~·. ""210 CI ••n'"""r . :? 13
- Dun(',;a l ( i rish FT l llcisr.1n·i. .)6 ,5. Chri" " 5,;, )
- De loJillt: i ! y-t!· " T;~t( h·,r,h C. ,t h~ . l' i"r~ 7" . ~::" ~~ n, £107
drat, .:it. L u~ "',, , ~t. :',L'r.'··s, ~C . ("iar \.., n, . ;;
l\idlVb~" 11lnin· j '"lkL't: (~~~ Clu rk l,in . ,3

~~;:~'~ ~~~:>i30> (76


und er Tll ahl C" l 'I'.,r.1II , iil :'l
" " fit. }. i<:\ w i.i. , \\ithout
a nd f"'t. L" k e'~ , !l.::;
- - Duu , b:Ut:..: I,l in. ~ :! ~ . i)"! !l
- - lo.lJ.b in , lr i ~h Fr .11Cl~;.,"< . l:;~'
I ~;::~;:, ~;~,
I tie"·...·, 11 '\ ~I"; - j , So:!
- EtH, bli c~ lIe (~~~ Lnn i''' li;,,!) 1~ ·8 C: t:-:! r~ , :, I b
r
j
Clir(':, 35
Cliffe, 28,2 S!l , '240
Cl og tleeo, 1 59
Cl ogber, 96,1 85,21&
Clonc3, 71 , 12 0
COOM,1 19
Cooper, 99,102-3-4,193, HI, 558
Coote, 95,96 , 188
Cooleli ift', 239
CO(lte, 9 5, !lG, 1(18
Clongow:lu, 71 Coothill, 73
Clonfe rt. 127,131 Corcoran , 4G, :lU3, 4:35
ClODIIIel , 210 Coom',514
ClogLeen, 20il COrl!\v;J.ll, 314.
CI<JDley, 454 Comyn, 1,278
CI Qne, boy l~ . ISS Cotrib ( Loug h) , 197
Cloncah , 1;1} Cor r, 36 J,HI
C\(lI](':auo lI, 12':, 1'.! 6 Cork, 51,55,56,90,209
CloDmacMISt!. 15 7, 197 Corteen, 1':: 1
Clonlaif, 76 CornteD, 23G
CloDcr"If,197 C~b ey, H
Cl ose, 6:),70,251 Co.;rove. 202
Cl oYlle, 9S, HI C ~;:ri tr, .519
CIIl~ius. 2 19 Cosham, 9[J
(:ocllian Coghkm, z~ii.. ] 3 1-2, 134 -5, Coue r, 454
] 57-8-9 Cott ertU, 341
Cocliu oe, 57, 73 Cott on, 86
Cock-bum, ti~ Couch, 559
CodJ, 534 Coughlan, 15i
Cogan, 14 ·1, ICi, 181 Coulson, 5 17
CoShill. i s Covey, 136
(;oldfort, 403 COII"I!lamockie, 146
Cole, 65, I If, 109 , '!I90 Cu, 41,296
CoJe m ~ D, 37,4 9, 50 Coy, i3
Colfer, 388-9 Crangle, H
Colgan, 2 02 Cram pton, 133
Collea ry, 2 03 Crawf<Jrd, 51, 58, 488
Colles, St, 476 Cra,·eD. 110,493
CoJl~y, HS, 159 Crn.:;b, 49, S[J,132-3, 451
Collier, I G5 Cre ~doll, 467
C",llin~ . 48, 139, l it'-I, 4 ~5 , 558 {'ro:ry, 12 7
Collis., 29-1, 463 Creuoorht , bSS
. Col!i ~ ter, 73 Cribbron, 167
Colp<J'y ~ , 280 Crist, il3
Coltburot, 451 Cro ~hall, S~O
CoJ.... ill, 38 6 Crvlll;>ton, 2-11
Comerfu rd , IG t HI, 14.7,14 8, 191, 14.0, 32, ('roke, 321
Comir.3 ,2-11 I Crom well, 115
Comm on, 2 36 . Croker, 53
Com~'n, 4j Clone,5(J
COlldel, 2 G6- i-8-9, -4.:!7 Creniu, ·Hi7-8
Confe.,", 1 3 ~ Cro..s,51S
Coog abbey, 33':' Cro s ~, i c , S6, 137
- parb b, 1150, 116 Crosl h Pt'Jil, 4'22-3
Conlan, I SS Cl ony , 6,);;
Cono, 73 Cru3:;han , 106
l,,; o n n ~l! , -I'i G- S Crc. .. hill, ~ 0 1
COli""" .:i :'l:! Crowe , 11 9
COll llf,ny, G.'i , l !1 7, l ~CI, 2 5 5 Cr.,~i e r, ,,~ O
Connor, 2~!i , .t :n , .5 11 Cnllce, :?32, 4-48
Comoy , 9:; l'!lri-", 167-8
Conti, () e u:}', :-l ~H
('on\\ IIY, 131 - 2 CuJ."l(f. 59
COtlyn;;llam, 3~ ;? r C.·!I .... ,O'o, 1$5
Cooke , 116, :2' :)0 , 3Se, 569 r C~ le u, i ., t.-IH
vi

CnJJ ~f\lrd, 98 Dillon, 36, 100-1-2-3-7, 121 , I'!l>


CUm mio , 382 Dis ney, 427-8
Cu my n. 45 Db:, 7"
Co uey, S84 Dizon, 212, ~3g
C UU rE, U 8 Dobb in, 248
Cunniff, 133 D oLbs, I, -:1.00- 1
Cu nniugbaTTl , 427 Dod . 4.59
CUI'I,3ge,o (l Douerty, 89
Curran, 2.53 Dol.m, SS5
Cusack, 86 , ] OG, 183 D onwile,9.5,495
Dona t. I i
D DODo!glll (cbalic e~), bC-7 , 59, 69, l :i~
D o ~a :;; had ee, 62
Dalrymr1e, 4,3;-9 Dondan. l OG, 121, 3]0
Daltotl , H, 12"-6, 163, 1(;7, 168 Donel"aile, [,0 -1-::- 3
Daly, 11 8,126, 135,3 18. $87, 432 Donnelly, 8 , ,,1;6 ,41 3
Pan by, 23.\ - 5 DOD ogb ue, 203
Dane, 3.\2 Donovan, 4Gtl
Dandy, 3'7 Donastle. 202
Da rc~'y , If:) DOPrlol;'. H4
D'Arcy, 131,518 Donu , 20
Darc }" 1 8~ , :l09, 347, 517 Doug bcr tYt 441
DaobEnmore, 148 D ougb~, 212
Dark er, 13 Dove, 192
Dui!, I 08-~, 113, I ~S ,23 6, SU,545 Dol' dan, 162, li2, 612
DaYi ,OD, (, ::! 1)vl'I"gb.", 212
HllWS"il, 535 Dow ling, 10,1 9,
D eacCln, .( 1)3 D .)III"II (Co<), 61, 6·! , CS, C9-70,213
D e.:.r.ne, J 33 , 3Sr. I Jo\ol"n ~ , tiS
De lllal)ll iere, 15 DOll npJtrick , 63
D e i1 ruukE, 11 Duwuillg , ":.'8
De llur~ I), 157,394,494 noui!u ey, 205
lJ ~ COUl C~' , 51T Dow5c , 140
lJ'11uis-on,2 3 DO~' ie, .,I "
9u o ~34, 241, H3, 25:;, 271.
De b lIi d", ~9 1 -5 2.2-3, 41 !.l, 433 , -130, Hi- 3, [}!, ]
]) ela b nn t~' ~ Z() 8 Doy~e, :l G, 4:.' 0, -:1.37, 55 t, .
D ellln\", ,, 35 Dr:&ke, 2M
lJelaniare, 2:;2 Dral' e~ , 442
Del£,any church, 215, .56 i-S Dr:l.,~, -:1,64
font, 2"5 Dre-w, 1,67, S4, 4 32
" pa ri:;h, 24G, 5(. 7 Dri-,iune,47
Delm e; e, ) 'l i Droe;h eola , ](; 1, 163 , J~ ~, HZ
DelYiD, Lord, I':;S, 183 " (llnyon) , l G:?
D ellla\;ol a, 190 l >lom or e, 1&1
D elnl' ~~"'" ] .. 8, 511 Droug ht , I J!I,2!\:!-3-4
Dcni ~, t 23, 5') 7 lJru a.c,mr:lg-lJ, Ij9
D ellmall, 11 9 IJrtllr,i n,l lJ 6
l )en~~", <11:)2 Drllm, 1:)1)
Dc lilnt, 36 ~ Dr tlIllLanllj:ber. 1,11·,
Vol l: ","zi, ~"! 6, :]28 UuL]in , (;9. 76, 78, 84, 8;:,87,93, ''',
l;:~::,~~;, ~;~ t £I., ]1)2-:1 , l O';'-lJ-";' , l l ;i= 18 1, 1 ~Ii ,
2:.> ,
De ]:'o chfou, t;!) Du ff, 110
J) nr~', 5b, ~, ll lll~\" ,2u2
I lc\',,' , ~I! IlU..:UI<.i, ~ri
IJ fH';~UX. t; {l 3 , 4~1 !l u l!.1 11)', :lG I
J Jcff~' l oI\H e, I !lO 1)' lnl,~.!, -:1 3
Dil·kit', ca P ~nb o , lie, 2.l ~- 1 0
I lid.;,,,".:~ ,' n, ~", s.:;, ~~ t' ll! :w;on, T!.l3
Ll ( ~ h:IIJ;), 341 1)1Il.c;w , ::18
vii

Dlindrum, 68, 69, 71, .2 Fa ~siDdge, 11 0


Ilunl ec kney, 36, :l 59, 2'50, 264
Du ngannon, 76
Duno, 15:!, 154, 349, 511
I Faulkincr, 16a, 191, 205-6, 1108
Falkner,
Fa" ~~tl, 75,110
'

Dunrert,l71 Fawcett, lIO


DUm etll,67 F~mick, 3:36
Dun shau ghliD, i2!) Fe1tOll,91
DUTJlVille,8 Feltrim, 107
Uun ... me, 419 Fenllemore, 429
Dl<lld ollahl, 63 Ferm~(! II&h, 107,111,21«
Jhvy er, 14.,149,441,457,5[02 Permoy, 209,4.59
Dyer. 20t Ferr.s, !l6, ICt
Dli Xoyer, 117,167, 1'lI, 181 r errar, 5GS
Fe ' lLl a nu~, 524
E Fetbatd, 565-6-7
Fielding, nit
Elt-'KlIl,341 Filey, T., 19, :14, 35
:Eccles, 214,2,(8,252, Sal Fillgal, I O!!, 107
Ec1,lin, J 06-7 Fin, 2310
b:[~rI, 469 Fineloor, 39
}:rlenuerry, 159 Fint ona , 214
Edgar, 418 Fitt, 515
£dlD o n ~t o ne, G7 Fit xDoliagh , 33
Edwa rd V1., 51 Fit~ Gerald,~, 13, 139, 141,15·1, 173,
Ed"'llnh, 26,131, SI3 IVI, 222, 5aC, 556
:Egan, 198 Fitzgibbon, 32S
EOgIlD, 125 Fit zherlJert, 1, 6--8
L gerlon, 543 Fitz,uallrice, 1:37
l :lie, 46 Fitzpatrick, 44 ;~ , 4!i5
}]iOl, 3i6 Fit z5inlUn, 4;]5
Elb:3belh, 52 Fit 7.5imons, 119
Elli ott, 11 0, 2~2 Fit:>;william~, 10Cl, 101,402
ElliS, 427 Fl anag an, 276,4.28
Emery, 383 Flattery, 383
Emmet, 283 Fleming, 209,252,4:11, 553
En ery, 153 Flin, Flinn, 48,9 9,4.66
l :nhcathie, 43 Fling , 48
Enni ~ki11en, 65, 107, l OS, 1 09,l1Cl, Ill, Fl o~d, ii O, !! 9Cl, 424
lI3-H,4 8S -9 Fl oud, Ii!
F.nri ghl, 1':'6 Flower Hill, 176
Erri gal , 55, 193 Fogflg erty, 2,2
l: u3tnc~, 293, s.n, 43;, H 3, 446 ,4;7 Foley , 25.l 1 400
E~ mond, 204 Follard, 154
E ... a ns, 60,4.5 Ford, 70
E"erard, 16i1,209 Fore, 373
E ... ~rett, 95 Forri~t,., l, 1.54
E1'I"art, 1 Forrestai, 4.3 l
Eyre, 153, 363--4 For~a.rth,
F orte,cue, j7
F Fort Single ton, 187
Fosloery, 151-5
Fagan, l Cl 7, .,I; :) Fo,t ~r, fl ., 59, SO, HB , 4.43
l ah .... , l .'iti , .,168 F atlr ell,4'.J,
J- alllJo, 120 Fox, 1 ~ ', :1tt)
Falls, 36 6 Fay, 12 0, 221
J-'alnasugan, 2 03 J;r~~er, 4. 32, 5:'\4
l 'anning , <'>3\i French, 3(j5, ;N6 -9
r arrihy, 42 \ Furney, 157
Farrell, 29-1, 5HI Fullo.1J,;, ,B, .tJ 2
" ii i
r ytn, 1 ~' Cormlln, 145, l SI, 1;., 255. <1 03
l'.,.one, -4. 9:1 Gore, i~. llIlo.U6, 191, 519
Gnrnll c.an, 12
G Could. ~ G
Go_non,1il6
C at:'~, t:l 1 Cr,lce, 328.8;4
CaltJ'lith, I S Gnuy, 487
Cainlol1, 2~S Cublm, <127
G:d e•• 26-7 Granl (tee Whyh), 2:: 0, 8'9
CalloS!y, 1t' :I Gnntham, <I;;il
Gall_ne-, :l;G Graney, 0(9:)
Gillnan, i l l GTtt'nb:ll1l, 88.2
C I I" e-y, I a, IS!o, 13G, 193, 3'2 8, SIS Grttn!:n ... ~ t:l
Cardaer. <lid
GarbAlly, 15(;
Greene Ive Sbfl'berd), 2:1,
23, · 8,259
215, ,I"
Garnen, 81, ~9& GrAdy, n,20')
G:r.ro\·en. 175 Gr.,., x i:l" .. 110, .f 25
G Ar~a ; l..l~, 5 05 Grlis· n.1.manal!h, 32:1
G,IrHi n, 19, S.!. SS, 3 ', 15S, 18 1 Gran S~, 189,236
Glrrett, H I , 42{ Grun, 205-6, '.!9 1-2
G...~i:;ne, 6(.08 Gr(.:;h , I!< 'l
Gasbll, 90 Grinha"I, ,,!oil
Gar aoer ,4 liS Grfystonn " i
Gar tan, <1 ;3 GtI.:{:', 12
G a~ t, 20CI Griftilh , 2J, 35
GaTTiae, li3 GriThn, 4!i , 29,), 3(; 3
G:uabao, 13a Grib<l n, L! 1
C atc!owf. 4 0
Gn io, 103
G I\I '<Sf n, i 7
Grob.ltn, ~" l
CrOOl1lf, ,,?,
C~~ . us, ~9, 7!1, 102, 105, 138, It!,
C amhle, 482 I fl3,19;,
G 1Uh"'!l'1, 69 G r ov~, 4!1, 5,,(
G irlldl.l~ Can,bren<j" :t X. Gro nJ~' , 1!13, 2H
Gerrard, 163,239 Go nn,,]I, :U8
Gtrbin, 13 G"'yont,5 1
G «>~be~n , 3; 2-3
Gtthi o, Get!,ene" 20.( , 4,(0 H
G ermunJu~. I i , 19
Gib b.n~, 289 lIackflt, 2 10, 211 ,2 :; 3
Gilbery, 211 lIa" ~or . ;7
Gibbon" :?b9 Ihtll(tCt, 1:10
Gilde., 235 lIa"an, , 2, 1 ~5
Gibson, €i1.IU l I A~I.~r: n, 5;'.J
GibrM , l BI I l.ltire .fo:1 1
GiB'" rd. 4;';_3 11:.11, ~3 , H I, 16 1,290, :J87
Gira£bty, 357 lI all.hltn, <l CG
Gin!!!!,12 6 U",lIy. 5,;, ~
G1.n.]Qre, !1~ lI ~nlill~n , G O-~ • • 4, 10, , 11 3, :!l::!, ':! 1.1 ,
GlaKI', I i ... .110,511, :i I ,
l;J~ ~'Qn:;h , V'j lI a"ldc I'C:' , 2~G. 2:!:I, :::10. 211, '.!:19, :-:; ::.-
Glt ne-.arris, 2-I~ 6_" 4;~, :;";1
Gli noon, .~l1u -1 11a·, .. n. F~

III,",·"" ""
Glt'ld.ll •• "'''. :;-16
Gl]nn, :!3~ Il:. r,'~-. ~:.:~
Go nne, 1\16 1I1 "I..<lrt I.~~ W,Ilt :... ), I,,j
(.i",ff, S5~ lIar.l .... a, 1:"';
(t ('>in~(,e~ Wtl,b) i ",: I'. : r.t~ ~1 1)!on ' '- 455
::~~,~'y';"?~. ..(Z ~
Goultlin.;, 162
G .... Udeu. J£ti I .
GO'11l1 ~~·. 201 , lI~r .e ... ir , 16
fTarlow, 156-7 ' ll ollywood. il, 128
Hlrman, !.la, 191, 234., S78 Rooker, 20
H!lrpcle ( see Bowen), .53!t Hooper, 5.14.
narri~, 97 H ople~', 23", 23,
B arrhan, S2. 23.5, 3 1-1 , .jGl H opkins., 95.335, +16, 459
lIuri ngton, 4(jj. }l orragan, .t7
l!!lrt, :ISI H osier, 119
l-lllrnr, 186 ,233, 235-G - 7-8 , 3 96 H ote, 235, 3fi8
H a~slrd , l C!I lI oulden, 4 32
Harford , 472, 4i ·1 B Outh. 5li , 99
Hard wicke, 243 H ow, 38.1, li80
H atch (sfe lI~ et ~~e) . 5dl Houston, 1 ~8
Halto n, 35, '.?() !t B oward , f,:1, 5-1, 96,16 1,240,630
Hal'p'!ny, 515 H oush , ..Jj.1
Hasil bead, 6fi H<'ls!burgh, :j8 6
lIav, 46 Howis.oll, 152
Jla)"(s, It, 51, 2:14, 4,9 B OIO-Ih , 99, 1,1
llu kill5, 50, 2 3 ~, 238 HlIdrla rt, 91
Hawksha.I\" 33 1 Hu dner, .1(j7
Healy, 1 ~ 7 lI uf!;b~, 129,518, 559
H ead y, 151 " 1111,38:0
Hedley, 2012 Hum e, 3
Ii cgan, 471 Huleatt, 45,1
H elll;'U1!, 86,!l2 I1llm rrry, ~ 66 -7 . "-2t , 4J9
lhmswarth, , 5-6 IIl1mphrtp, 4.57
HenlleMy, 181 Hunt, 2.1 1,311
Henry, 51, 20 1, 3 80, 428 liunter, 1,49
lienswortll, 35 1 1I1I ~kiD$ (see WhitehtAc), 518
Herb ~ rt, 205 HlI s~ev, J i O
lIerd nll1n, 5, i H:lIc ti:n$O n, 89,20G
U er lcby, H i H litton, 15:1
lIerisoin (sce J)'llere"in). 2.5 lI yolle. 3 li7
Hesin, 4 91
Heverlin, :'l8a I.
Hew ett,
Hew son, xviii.
ll eybnll, ~90 Inrum.bcn1s-
Hierome, 204 _ Aguold, 2 J.()
Hi ck~on, 137 _ Anh traw, 5.. 6, 5,18
I1ig in (5ee Gran }') - A rl..low (Enorell~', r.!ltt,t KOT3!;h,
Hi !!gin~, 95 Kil lJ rid~, KillJ.hllrlc r, Rilm 3.in,
Higginson, 23 4 T emp lemicbael, BoJJ.ugh. Kilma-
Rickman, 41,4. 51, 45 01 crlr;b, Ne ..... bll"nc ), 2* 0, 2.n
Hicks, 5::10 _ BaJly cas ll e-. J09,410
lIi ll, I '.?!) , 2;):'., :18 4, 553 _ Canick (Ardcullum, Cion eg-ll ill,
Hil bboro ll\;h, 62 l\ilmUTrl', Kilbhel&D, !'\ewtow ll-
Hillydfu, ;;8--1-,;, li nnan):204,205
Hin d~, ;110 _ Carlic~rerguJ ,.111 ..
HinI OD, 205 _ Clane (C l0DSha mbo, Killib egs.
lI our, <15 , 48, 444 blll:r>h llU.l.lurienSI(lwO, Sherlock:s-
lI ohholl, e, li S town), ;119,320,32 1
Jl ohan, ."20 - C! onci111, 60
Il ob:.Qn, 9. I G2, 211, 365 _ ClIhl.lff, 59
Hod ge., '.?II~
H od,on. '.?.1Ii, 3 77
- I O;::':;:~1' p"be,d , r (,,' KH-
Hodd ~ r, .1 r,3 _ I.: ilbriJe, 2H
B OhR;], '.?;9, 2.1 1 - Killll.1<:ahill (GraTl l!'e - S::h·.le.
lI o1me~ , ~ 1.l 6, 51,1,5 57
1 I'0WeTsto,..n. St.. Kill or :-;h.ln_
H olihan, 329 k ill). I SO .
Holly ~rook, 75 - Ki !me.,lI.n (l~ilcoo. Knk ~lll) , ;0
bC lJ'I BI!:'Cn-Kilru~h -I nni~ealtcTv KClJ mure, 107
(KiII,ud, KilUmllylaon~. ""illtj~ . f\pmmis, ~ 9
l'I{:t., MO~'3tta») ,lo3 K~nny, 5 11., f>;'7
- Loughguil~ , 1 Kennetl.y , 4,1 33 , 553
- Middletown, 4IS Kent, 48·1-5
- Templemore, 207 Ke o~h, 135, 440
K~ITY, xv., 55 1 136, 137, 138, 509
Ineha go1l1, 15, 16, 1i Kerr, 231
irlllismore, 24" Kevan~, 543
l nni , cattery, 42,43 l\el'pies,3,j
Ionin, 502 KicHev, 20,1
[ rwin, 200 Ki1c"ij!an , Ifi!!
hdell,5!i9 Kelv (~e~ Lluyd )
Kilballyh"lIe. 4J,.u
Kil louyne, 50,51, 52
Kildimo, -12
hckson, 30, 63, 77,25 3, 3'l1, ;jSI, S..I.S !\;I.111,e. 89, 139
J acque~, 3&-1
I' idd. 311;
J lInu, -lSI Ki hlon", 141)
Jameson , 385,420,551 Kil br.,ck, 50}
Jamu, 235,425,412 Kil kpl1n}', 94. 14 6. 1 5 ~, l SI
J el>h, 348 Killed mund, 35
J .fi"e re~, ~ :"1.5-G, 234 f\iJlane, "!35
J euera (I v ~u), I-H KiIl :ml. 43, 4-l
Jeff3 re~, 106,234
f\i ll(:n'(!e r, ,j18
Kil).;~el, 1;0 ,70
Jfll ers, 14.1
J~~yp, 4GI
Kilrlll.lrahill, 150
J ohn~oo, 69, 70
K,llf.. l..nan, 1li6
Johnston, 41i, 07, 15.t, I S6, 235, 267, f\ilrn.or3,3.1
365, 384, 4;~S, 557 Kihne.lI.len. 5 1
Johnstowll C3~ t le, 2.1 1 J,:ill1le;:lIn. 69, 70, it, .2
J oly (~('e Wabon l, Iso, ,!28. :\8;) KiJ..'o",,,,1.127
J ones. 57, ~9, 7-1, 76, 2;1.1-5, 3-13, 39,1,
+11, 4St, 5..1.5
l\ iII~' lot;~,
Killnb., ,6, I ~:>
5,
Kil,na:L,;",la r,3 15

JODin , ~, 93, '20


Jordlll, 8:?- 3 Kilcoo, G9, 70
J oice, J oFe, ;l6, 33 i, .']88 }\ ill.: ea, 139
Jul iaJl~towD, 170, 17 2
Killimur, ll~
!\ibl,e~ , 152
I\ill dn,~ .... l~O

K K;ll,,~. ~18
Kih tli ~hiel1, n:~
Kane, 520 Ki hurra, :!ll:.!
KSl1turk,2 09 !\il'·3W~I , 199
Ko\'ana;;b, 22, 2 3,2.].,31. !lS , 154, 2G9, K il],nil'i., ::~O
270.2;2-3 , 4;\0 , 43~ - 3 -4 Ki ll".ltlld:. 5, ..
-
Keao, 'l,6
(s.e Lidwdl)

Keating, 36 1, 5U, [o5S


KiI ,un,m, ,Ii
nil,u:I!,. ,It, -1 :1, 9-1

K,,, ... he:a, !II!)


Ktath' , :!90 KiII ·,Ul\', 1~.5
Ku ys, ,1>:; Ki~ '~I~"d, 10:!,1;1
j.: el.hJJf', III Ki n~', l 'UlJlJ t,l", !;',;;, 159
K ~e, -16 K ~r'::, .8, ;!l, b I, : /J ~, 2:;5
Kealey , .,1,3'2
Kfl1eller, 4t: 6
Kp11s, 1 6~
I h. m-eI:J, :!jl
K'I1'''',",-I;I:!
Kir..le'", "' ;5
K enlh , 112
K elly, 9i.i , 120-1, 121.1::.' -&, 1 tl, 19 .. , I ~;;~~\~" ;~ ~, !I 1, 97
2'3 0, 27 1, ;1~8, -1. 0::-3, -*;::1, :;~I.J-l, s.. : :
h. e,,(~. -Ib7 i ~:~~;:~;':,:;, ~~:·t
--- -~- - ---- - - -- --- -- - --

r xi
F:illneer, 65Ji
&ilwinning. !!3
Kli~arden,
Kirwan, 501
83 I LeaLbes, "2
LEmase, 2 S ~
Lewis, 1-17,18, -4 3, 137, 159,167, 21G,
2lG
Lidwell,360
KiD sa.l!'", :?09
Kirk pll.lrick,3 15 Limerick, :!lo3, 90, UIJ.,160
KnQckdrClrnin, 99, 102, lOG Li lfl.nl, 8,160
f\nar~~bvTO\ls:lJ. 5 1j Ligonier, 27
Kni p;ht , 9 5 Lil'alley,2-l2
Knocklin, 98 Lindsay, C8, 12;
KllOchtiken, .3 Lin ch gnu Lynch, 13, 309, 335 , 467,
Knolls, 143 602-3
Knox, 1, 85,@!i, 95, ~-10 LincoJ, :369
Lisreagl!.l.lI, 157
L Lingstown, 23.:;
Linabao, ·Hi.:;
Lacl.:.lI;;;t. , 1-10-1 l.ishu , HW
Laty, S'JI) Lesdep. n, 4:1
Lam Mrt.2.16 Litt!" 35,36
Ll\t;1I1eutol',n, '235 Lb nlole, 132.204-5,22 1
1,:lIlgri.iJe, I :~ f: Lockhart , :.16 5
Lane, 11 Lndge, 69,70, 101.2, 105-6, 137, J.l3,
Laudy, 5:!!i 17 9
Lanesbotough, 8t.,95 Logl., S, 6
L~n pB'n, 1-12 Loyd, I H, 207, 2 ()8 , 231, 386, 54 :!-3
Lantry, 157 L ~ llg, I H, 2U5 , ~07
Large, 1-1 I.ollb.fieIJ, -111
La Tou cbe, 96, 'l·t'!, 2-1:3, 2 ..1':, 5fi:~'i-9 Lon, \\" HI. b:? - :":
L:ltto., l-l9,l il O Lon dond erry, 35, 55, 68
Lautr}, 15i Lon g ford, Hi!
Luachbryen, 89 Loo ~ w \) rlb, ;li6-8, 38,j, 381, 558·9
L'ltham, 211 L.JpoJell, 491 . :.!
L1wder, l .{, n Lorean, 132,1 34
L,w!er, 1 5~-t 3 17, :a9, 53J V II\·E, 15 1i, 258.
1..llwl~y ( St"? For re ~tal) Lowtll, l Ob, 161 171
l.awr~ nce, l in ,IS1 I ,o .... ry (5ee 8ltlJivllo)
I.tcal~, G': , 6!) Lucerne, 76
uacock, :3 !S1i Lu dluw, 1,8
Leader, -l!ili Ll!g:led, 116
L ea\r. ~', Lumbard, 217,220
Leahy, 111. -166 Lumley, 5'::;G
tee, -l 6, !l I t! Lunny, III
Lt .. c!., :15,559 Lu:sk, J Ot , 105 , l OG
L eh"ne, .1), .. LOlWhl b"e, 100
J.e:1.n, -{ I,G Lyba n9, 46ft, -l6i
Lenthly, ~!) , 2;0 Lyntlill.m, .11
Lo o~ht..; t\. l,.n,l, 69 Lyon, 31
Lurtrell, l uO, l u3 Lysagh t, xl'L, 39, 40
Leiid m.)rc, ·1:! Lynn, -l'..J.
Letl ...·ich, I", \ (,9 L!HOr, J.l
l.il ,je\· ~7.~, 95 Lynch, 43
1, ~igh, 92 Lytaght , x,i., 39, 40, 363
J.ei.;h1i u, Iii . ;' 6. 192, 2 65
I
lkix!i\" 1:;9, J..J.'Z, 1·...1
L"110')11, ..j"t M
Le- Gr \)~, :! 16
t.t'~ lie, LI!
L r n, 1.1..
LeLuim , 157, I(i£, ':!2~, 23·2
I ) tadrt !l.D , !i8
t\h \:)lon ':'f, d
)1t!~\\,~I~"r, ·15:!
L~nry , 561 I M.\\;i,,"IHl:-', .l~:
xii
MaclJaboD, 41,43, U WCo,;blan, 157, l SS-9
M:.~b lio, H 7-S M'Co8.Il, 2';'3
~bget , 1 0~, 113 M'Cau,JaDd, ~;lO
Malooe, -1-.&1, ::i:}0 ),I'Cormie);, 'i Q, lU , 3 .. 4-
!-1.lII()w,0 2 ],I·(r~ad,·, "-1
Mahot!, 4:~ 2, -153 M'Clillt.:ck, 21
!l llher, 211 M·Vn .... all, 2;11
MJc:"ab"hten, 4 08-9' ~I' Eime:d, 190
M .c~ "Da ra . 2; 8--:), ,1~4 ::II· Entire. 201
Macartn e.\", 1,2,3 M"Gr"l h, 2(,3, 55!!
61a.co..rnn, EB loI'Gagh}", 120,19 2
:r-ruDooq;h, :!:\""L, 38- 9, 38 1 M· Ghec, 2 ... 1'1,2':'9, !! C;;l, "",3
MacCnckl!n, 7 . • \1
:.J acCnllcx:b, a~o
!hcdc.::lDtll, 1_1, H2, ~0 4
I :U'Guiro!., 14-1.. u.~. f: 69
ll' Gou;;b. l ~ j
ll'(;::n-u, I .. :;
?-h cJermotf, I :N ll· Uu·t. 2 ';; ~
?- 1~cl)oM:II, 33 1 )1'Kay,9 ,
A1:u:Q... ilhln, 1 WKer::>ie. !j6,1[,2
Ma1dt r.s, 1:30 ll·.!ie' 113. 55, flli, HI , l So lS~6-';,
l.hgann, 148 1"3, l!H
~Ia gill, 67 ~1' Dor,Jlel1, 1. +l., 1[.3, 4::! 9
H a.;l:ni3, 68 , 418 ~1'Keooe:h, 56
:'l&;:,bera, 55, 56, n ~, C ~ ?,l'l\:irJu',III)
M.. dd~Q, ~ :;, 1:13, l a t , 2 07, 46i :\l'l!anw, :J.-I,:I
MAJ;r3-tb, N, 1':'0- 1, ,,-'2, :"11. 5')~ :n'.K~'l:l. ~.:-d

bhffett, 55, ~ g, . 0, 79, 1 1;;, It ~: :lU, ~ld i!'ips, 19?


~H McGnllo a, 1~3
~ I:I~!lD. H ~ld\t :;:: y, 3"3
!Ol:ic"'i~, 9~ }!d\~."" ... 19
~11;IS,.,iJ. 'lH !'tld";!nr.e,·, • . .'16
~ LiLt'Om!oOD . 11 Mcu>u;b!io, .. -;3
K,d~i.!e. i4 ~ h:~-o\". 2,2
~ t .. ..:airf . ::i1, 30Q !l kr...1~, . 0
f,1.&ln. :B I ~ 1c~lor,H:. ~ 1-1
!ot.'Hln, 221 !lIcXC1Il, XXi., l. C ~
! ll.f1~ rhh , ..:,-, )lc~ .. ,I1J. fl, 6, 7
~h.. :tr3.lD, 2 ;):1, -l -!5 ~ lcPb .. ",,'" I :!B

~~~::~~12 ;:i!, ~;!i-7, 516 ~::~:.' a-.l~~1 91. ~1. 9~. 1l 65. le9. 1;0,
Mn!in. 1, 4.';, 111 , 131, 3')~, JSO 1, 3. 1; 6, 1; .~. 1; !!, 1 ~-t, 2 ~~, 24r,

I
1J.lI ry', Qu~n, 5;! llt.:lr~, ll:!. I II
r. ~.IDnjD. 12 6 i;~:~'2~~/' 1;\3, l :J.l, laS, 309, 4.9;;
M.. -,ur ; , 1.5
U.l~y, H I , U:}, ~ sa 11.-cbo,,.... , ';, :38~, 3~~, 3sa
l.:u".rJe, I~ ,i .\ 1.... 1,.1'1. :, ... 1I!J.l~1!, 2 J ~. ';'2&
M "',,,, ~. -1. 7.) \ ~I ... · ir '."'. '.! ll
!lil!:~cri!b • .f9
Z.~ollL.L ""'·. 7'; .;;:31.
l-:_~: ,..... ~, (:1, ; ;
"' !l I )~!:~~i:~'t: ~l ~ ~
):",~:h;.h. l'i, ::'16, I7 j
;i: ~~~~' ~:! lU~, 11::, 11-1 , ,~C I )l'!"-c'!",:! ;
):"; nb :l.~J. 1'::\
~I.!y, ~2 :! , :>h"""".'H. (I
"I~:r r- ,,·b,
?-:.I...'" til, HI!
HI, 1'; 3
; ~::~;':~/':!~i~ ,S. 7, 8
;;::~3~,.;j~31~~, 19 7, !!Ii~, ~ : ~ I ):~~..:"'. ~:.I
)h,,'. I;:,
:>.;. \ 't J~. 1--' 1 :'I:-;:-k. :!:~
~,!., ... ' ~ •.:;:! ),. '. I' ~ . 11"1, 1:",~, ~ B
~: -I,;
.HIL. • ;\: , . ' O:lo·"D. ';1,',
31 (',m!,}". lJ 1 !l ;~,"" ~ ',o
xiii
Milutown. 2 1l Mullingar, ~ "\2
~lill, 130 ftIulroTl Y, 2.u
M iI1~r , '!5:J,2BO J -l19,515 r.lu ll nne, .t uG, 78
~Iill ~y, 1::"0 Mu ndy, W7
Mil ll~, -I Ol lIl ulll1gbll, .1;j
tlil nlo, 1 9~ Mur hugb, 7 1
~1~lI iki ll (Dick), xv., xxii. Mul !al\isk~· , 185
1Il lll iugtOIl, 76 ],Iurrby, ~q, 48, 102 , 225 _6 ,3 98, 43 1_3,
bl illChi u, aCt, 452 US , 50G, 5::!G, :;;:':.1
l\lilI~, 385, -1.51, 5(')5 Murray , 1:12, 3.l-!, 3-l8, 382, -.1.28·0-30
lHi ll log h, 126 Mu! S~ n!.leD , (;:1
Moffatt, ~'j M ust;lIlo, 131-2
llli llp:;IlY, -1.85 Mury, .1:1.t
l\li tclieistowo, 54, u{l M\dt_~· far ll haru , l 3 1·:?
~ I oIaDaJ 2 16 Myle3,4 1;
b.l ol~ w ort h , 98
lII olony,3 G,-I.::i5.(i
IIl oooq, iH N
blol loy, 15-1.
Montgomery, xvi" G4., 65, G G~(j1 Na gle, 4 7
MoIYIl!''':':, :!1 8, 239 N.. llg1e, l i6, !"to;]
A1 un~y l lllle, 1i 9 Na Dt in, I :U
Moore, 55, ,0, 76 , 11 .1, 12 1, _H~, 1"0, Narrag hmor~, (, 1..1,
11;1, 17·1, 2.)8, 3 17, ;J, 9, ;:;04, J~ iJ :Sav3n, I, ;), liS, 17,
;]97, 4 ;19.4H , .l.H-5, -1.73, 497 !>ia,;on, -lSt
Morecruft , 173 N llugbten, 38.1.
1\1 onc re,ff, 70 N a~ h, 12
Morgan, 1 7~ , 180, 2 10,3;18 r<eale, :lG9
Moone, :1:!6 Nea!eg, tJ;l,
f.looretowIa , 23(') Neill, .1.72
Moreen , 97 Nelwn,3U
III orris, 2 .!:l, 24~, 3 10, [iD;] ~-esb i u , 5:;8
Mou nt morr es, ':,!·2:! New~ou, j5
Mount S,Uldf'Jld , 89 N etten-iIIe, I GO, 180- 1
f;l oricy, -I. :]~ Newl.lold, tJ:-!8
Mfm eymore, {l5 NewloD, jG • .12 1
Monk, 4 8 1 New town, 5U, 85.179
lHoDag1J:l.n, oj, 184., 493 Newca ~t l e , 69, 73, 2 13
r.lorll.P, 4. +.):~ 49:.! Newmuket. 5 1
M<l re~y, 4:11 z..: eYf H'J:is, ~99
lIl on.,:all, 5CtO Newburgh,
Mor-phy, 5;J l N ~vi ll , .1/0
!.lolllDIDreoey, 151 I\ewm tlo, 2"2,379
Morony, .1.2 Nicholus, 137
Mort on, ;.Iii N iehul~un, 2;1 , 53,92, S.t 5
Mouot 1'lea!llnt, :!36 N ..mburv, .J7 8
Ili oYlllt n, .I.I,.I.:J Nidea,4.0
r.loyfcrt.!., 4 3 z:.;obbir , 1.9
Movil le, ; .j Noble, :100
Murtimer, -lUI X,Jl:ln, 31, :1.1 9, .192,5:12
l'II 0YUICI, 100, 179
M:)ylouSb, I ~HI ~~:~~~;, 2{:fo
MoJt tiy, ..j,1 ~, N o~'. :;:1 1
III ulc .. hy, .17 N o~coit, 50
Mourne, 69 Nl1bl'tl t , ~.1, U a, Ii.1 , l~ :J, oJ G, .1~2
PoluUie.u, '21 2 ~ ewtowll Aut.er, I G~
'\l outrll~·> ~! :i Nu rSC1"WIl, ~, :!
Ml.Ilh;ll leTl, :':,ji · 8,.t21i- 8 Newtowlll.l\lIler. ft:,
Mu!!inalwflt, -.:11 N ~wtOl\' ll ~te l\"ar t, t;:;.
:Mulry, 5:..11 Nuttall, 514.
xiv

o O'RU3irc, 51
O~borne , 67, -I~9, 4-8 0, 553
O.lK e.\, 24.2 O'SuU ivlm, 5;,3
Oate.o\, 111 (,)':,hee, 510
0,1\)',3 7., O~'~n (h' n, HJ8, 11 3
("B~irne . ]1 , ~15 OI'l'U, tlwen", 2:lj, 23 ~, 3·1..1 , 532
O'Brin, t"'l, 2,7-", 456, 461 O,sJUI<J, [,1)
O'IHen, v' I 1!'II :l4, 33, 47, .1, 9, 214, 2i I,
~ .; ~ p
O'Hf~' a." 2 j 3, -hi9
O·{.·... !'"U. 41 rack~, 11 , 5 16
O· ...'!lli"I;!l.l rl. -I '- ~ , .15&, -1G5-6 I'age, Il!1
O'ChJill, I n I'uin, .1 -H~
U'Cru h .. l, 196 I'all:l~f, 10;
V 'l'm .".6:.1 I'ain ~ ,
O·C{I'l ,;t ll.2:,4 , -I64 Pal'l ... he ...(,hllr('h j! ~ ;,
O'! '''Ull tlr, 3.\ 3,:" 1:J4-a-fi, 19i· 8, SilG, l · h tln·hya l ·t!~, Ac.-
1;;11--1 ,43 0 _ p :£ri~h, 331
O' lllIIT.,' , 1:1;.5 Z ;~ _ pari~h . purchase of ront ror 11
If[) I1:! i1I1, 11' 1 £l owe r-pot, xiv . ( No. 3)
t )·I' "u l ,~ey . 3~IO - AlJ::'ey- st reet, pr~~br l~ri aD church
1"l lu lllU,I: , -1 :,9 (~ee Armugh!, ~j:!
l1'l';oh', I I". :!'6 - A1.oir'~ ton or A LLeyuwneylJeg, 5~2
U' l'. ,;iel, 121 _ ;\ g b_l,1l
fJ', :U ..,
1 1' 1.J.·~hc r ty, _ A l!h~lurcher, 290
P' I)"rlh·y . I :\' _ A !! had e,9
(I 11,," un,o, 5~ , (i6, 6::'- , 116, ] 6·1 , 19 8 - Agha J .,-,e, ):3S
() ·II "",,~II • .j I _ .\ ;;h~ lU, 457 , 4lil
t,'I'" .. . I, ,: ,, ~ _ .\ gh ,...allin, 1:1'3
1)·I'" ....:.u. 4 ~,'! - .\ .. 11,,1<1. xii., !I, :.!:! , ~ tO
tf H .h.·. ty, -1 :;\ _ Al1~n,;JW
_ Alllloyitia . .[i50
: :.\~: ':;~ ,I:a, 21G _ Arm,l~h , l ·J __
p"; r." h', I :, ::' _ An!lllliutT. 2:~':l
I I ... ,,";. L' _ Anc!wri tts' churcb (ste For~)
0 .... .. :, • • l:! -L 12; - ArJculme, 2,) 4
,, 't.... li •. I ·,:! - A, .lfu t ~ rrt hec.ta l , vii;', 1:36, 13"
I' :,.,u. !I" . ~ti ""-9 MB
I "II ~ ~. :.-::\.-1 - "Clster.c:i:m fl bbey. O\.':lT "Odur_
V' ll • .; .'ll, ;"j rt ~y, or I~}fj ~ l:.lei ~o!l." 1:1;-
1,'U" .n ll. -tt '1 }-'rancj,can IIbb, y, J :j j
~~ll d lv a'l , 42 - Ard iJ;t"l~ e (now AgLJJe union), G, 3'J'J
, I' n . n, I,I-IL __ An lri_lon, 11
" /l.tt, - ArJ~ ()tI"·. ~ -t6
U I ., : I, I:t1. 2-;~ ~ Arl.luw,6.:c .• ..::!.J. O ,
P '\" " :I."_ ,l :! G.j - Arl nagb, Abbl.'y ·stro!et ctJu Tcb, :.! 5:.!
1 1' \110

I ' \' _.
11 :-",: 1
" ':.n. "
I I \) .. , II , t;~
~" , I-II , l " ~
;, ,I ', :'1>. :!II;. 21 ':: , ~~ 7,~ ~ )o) ,
=
- ,. Cllm i' ~i;::ll fj ,.ld, -11 :1
Ar;'IlIl~::'~li'i~d;~I, 1": ;-, ~.") l,U :I, 41-1
,\ ,j,l.w. xii. :..!jO
0< ·':i.' /:; : ~ ' ;!, -Ill), -J.<;,1j, ~IH
-
-
-
Al!lt,,,y. ix. 11;.1, 16 7, ~:-:'.:!
;!.lh~n r~·, -l ~l q
II .· .'., \0 I !:! ., j),l1nillic.lll a ht.. e~·, 4~1 '~
I 0"I:_ ." ,.~. I 'I" , '~O O, ~ O l. : ;
-- AI~~~O::l\;~,~~~,~·~!/i .. ~~ti , :!:..!8 ,

=
h ". ty. Iii
, 1,,\., ;,',
·1 Atl:;.,-;~ •.~I ~\I~I~:'~~;~ ,01,1 chu rch , :1 ";.1
I I -l n . , , ' , r ,)':", Z~"
._- .. :51 .J ulll.'~. I' ll
O lt. \: ,' : ':,
lIf1n .~ .• , : ... \i. ; .... :>1 1 •.1 I -- '\ \:I\::~.::'~~C:r~~'~:('~;i~r:!(I\htle .
i
I PAIU SII~. 9. CH Ur. CIII:.S,

_
&(1.-
BlI gena\~to wn
lecku t"y), 9
Ballin"kilt, ~-w
CUURCIlt). n o s,

ehurcll (see Du n.
PA RISIIES, ClIl' l\CII ES, CIIOIICll f AlWS,

_
_
-
&c. -
Borris, C( •. Cn low, 'I',,!J, H, 2::'..1
Bray,2.1 3
nrid ~e tnwn Abbey and p.1.ri~h . 4G,

I
- B allin<.l t rr~·. 24\;1 "'\'J~, -iJ!:I,
- H..dlun,O - Br~own, 5.1
- B~llyaJam !, anciently Kilnlokidr, _ Hr usna~h , I,J."
:150, t-3G - Hu li<ock (~e(J Tull ow), Co. Dubl in
- Bally :ltlt!an, Cmo t 34~ _ HlLnra tt,·, v i., 4·1
- JlaHyLeig-h, 1:\8 - t.;nrg:l.ge (~ce Biessinblon), 400

I
- l.IaH~b ohh ill, ,-iL, 74, j~,-l71 _ lhl'lltchurch, 2D~
- lJ <l lIycll3 t l ~,-l'J!J - Bu rr .. n, Abbey o r (sfe C()rcom roa
_ .Hall)"t·llcu,lO A btJ~ ~-). t. ·1, 2-; 8
- lSaUycrogue , 10 _ Dn~ h~r 5t u ""n LlIrinl·sroli lld ( I!ut·
- lla ll "nuck3 n chllrchand Chu fch,'arrl bond ('f lirg lin pad sh ?). 2 55
(\\'ell~ pa ri~h). v.,
10, 269, ~W, _ Butten.l;t Abbe". --I 5 ~
&1'. " Ki llartd~ church~'ard, Jt;g
- nal1inobagL~h. 13S _ C!l.herell,', r)Z:!,fJt.)
- Ballym!ll'-e!legot, 1:3'3 _ Cahir, l :J ti
_ B3I1y m(!y er, v., S - Callan, IX ., 1~6, 327, 51·(
_ B a ll~· n:J.dr irnny, 317 - Camrai gn Field ( ~ee ArmaSh)
- tbllin ll.cr,wrl v. 1 3~ ... _ Carbu ry, 5 10
- llallinl' a~lJ l al; e, 1:\8 - Carlow, ..... :lI":Y. (So. I), 9, Hi,25,
_ ij a llyn :llln~~n, Co_ Waterrord, 3{\7 --120)
- Unli )n Jscre eu, 5li _ CarnrnonEy , 4
- B.. lly~8lJ:l.r(', ~.i, lOu _ l'll.rrick &c. , .1: i , ~ 04
- H.lllyseedy, l aR _ C... rri c k fer~u", --I l l
- B,d!ysli3I1 MII ( KBLaTroD pa ri . b), _ Carrig cbapel (:let nnder 1l3 nnow),
",t . h7,oliO [)r;:!
Mullinasuee chu!ch - _ C :l:Ihel clltbfUral, 1.11, 53; . al~
~'ard , 2jo1,:} 21)1,5..,\7
- It. lly~heen ancient church (see Kil- - C a~ l le ·l;laney, l $ ~
fin ~ghly) _ Ca ~t l e~:lII l rlehl church ( set Donagb-
_ li,.IJ1)'\·ott~1I chllrch (see Danes. mOl e, Co lYl olJe )
farl), J:?"l - Ca.ql ederm ot, :l I t!
_ Balla~h~r olJ bnrial./!rnu nd (J: ey. - Ca 8t1~1\'on~, --1 ;11)
,, ~t;"h pari~b), xvii. (So, I. ), IJ:l _ C ,,<t l e~ac.td :l.m , 2-11
- Bang ... r Ab bey, vii., DI.) - C:I.,tldowu (s re Juli:tnsl(!wn), ],0
- Banolll w, j:-~. 5 lil " ebl.lrcbYlwJ, Qw:en'3
- Ba rron Str,lnd·Hrec t R.C. chape l, County, 102
\\'lIterr'Hd, 3l;~ " Geo;:-began, Co. Wtst-
- Hol TT ag:h,!J meath, a, l
- ilet(d"L a r :;ha"kill, -i 17 _ Ca stiel ownrvche, vi., 45, 4::t!l
_ Cenb nrtJ ..."i., 2J1. i l:l. :1.;:! - Cau!e~ t u wn, m::l.T At boay, )li., 202
_ Uened .C'lin e nu ns, ch..ipcl of, CbJ.Dnel - Cbarlemun t, i ~l"! ,
TO .... , 102 - Cb'lTcb of tbe Sainb, Incba Goi ll
- Bitbo. 9 (Con;: pari5h), ll v
_ IHn~'. v, , ] _ Cla !JaDl', 1.1::,
- Ihrtowll dHuchyard, Co. Ki !,.!Jre, - C hn~ . :Il!J
v iiL,];)!) - Cl llrecountr,<everaJ grave.1 a.rJs. :! -;: l
- mack Fri : IT~' ,-\b tJe y , Ki!ktnnr, r, 1ti - Clo,;hplloriJ.lI, 1:1"
- Hl "n ey Ca ~ tt e ('k'I,,"I. :;1: . , l.sl - Cl o!!h~ ~. ~];\ 41 :.! ( !Lote)
- .uI~ '~ llI!:iton, llmga;;e "IJ lbur('b- - CI"".lftoo.;c .H
y ard, -lUI) _ Cl onch;!., vii,.li 'I
" St. ) LIT.I" '~ d Ltlrcb, -1 00 - (' Ionr"rl cl ~ (see al~o Iienburb) , :11i 1
ll o.t~I"tQ "'n (;;ee umkr Clane) , :::!U
-
- b"holL~h , 111
- Cl~~~:lrl::~:::~:i;.u ~'~ra v ~.\.arJ, n .. J r
- l ~ nn''''' : ln.:., Abbey, llallycaslie,-i '.:' _ CI,>!t Lir.l<:;r" vcYOIL J (~..:~1\.ilcinanjel)
- Hoylc . HI, .j,:l:!
xvi
PAnlS""!, CII~ RCIH~'1, Cn UKC IIY AIWS, l'JlRI!III E!, CHURCH~, Cuur.cnYAI\VS,
&C. _ &c. -
_ Clonmcl, 76 _ Dautll , or Do ... ~b , x., I e!)
_ CI"u'''acool~e. ) 5., 1 !)'. 33 ~ _ DOl'o'op:J.trick abl.>ey, vii., (;3
_ (!..nmeell ( now Castle nlasner _ " cburch,vli, tj.,\
lIni.)u I, 4 (,3 _ D rbbane c hurch, l :lS
- CI" nmore,!} _ Drugbe Lla , alit"., Tredagl.> , St. Mary'li,
_ CI" 1lI1H ,I ~h . !.I lo':.,l laJ
_ l ' lun.,hll.mlJu ( Clane union). 8~O " St. Pett r's, xi., 101- 2- 3
_ l ·loillarf. yi L, 75, t.J~ _ Dromore, 412
_ (:I"oue\',1 'iu _ Dun qu«en, 13H
- Ch,,~·d ..(;IJ, V, 25& _ DrumC<)lIdra, vii., I S
_C",",4:! _L>runrug-l,, !:! 1)
_ Collon, f,:!5 _ Uru mlOldff, 1;3 8
_ (' . lIl r~.\·, "i:i., 139 _ Dul.olin cilY, Christ Ch urch cathe-
_ (,un.:, vili., ILi , L1 6,i!J7, -l!)G dral, 1 . ;3, J l :I. 3:W, f,o-l7
- ('clI.lry,:.!4.1 " :S t. Andrew's, 78, 8J
_ C Orl~ 1I.lJlo L·~·1 197,3::.'. 52!; " St. Anlle'~, %vL (:So. I),
- t.: uu""crll.too ground, not unh'er- B4. 8 7, !.!!I(i, f:>-lS
! pl1y wed in lrel'lnd ror louriah " SL AuLl oen's, ~88
t ,1I end ot 12tL. century) 1':». " St. llridget's, 4.!:l~
(X o, 1) " St. Geurge'... burill.l_grounJ.
_ C"f La lh" 3GO (W bill';OI'lh- roaJ). 177
- C ..,re?nl roe alJ l:ey, 2H , 278, .1iv. " St. G eoJrge',j cbapel lind
P' oJ.3) burial-g round, Ilill .str<!o:t, 2"\ ~,
_ " pil!u nell. r it,2'6 %v. (~o, 3)
_ C.,)flt, city, N. FinLJ.r's Cathedral " St. Luke·... 313
t>lIriJ.I'),;T<Juml,2:S1 " Sl. Ma ry'S, 2:JLi, 31.1, 4 ~O
_ {· ' ~ "rln. ~ " St. Michan'~, vii., !)., J7 ~ '
- CT u ,~h.lhe chur.::!" near Cratloe,.t-ll " St. ~icuolall Wilhl[l, 3 13,
- Cru'_d u .. u. ix., IS. • 3 1 ~, .,\20
- l'r " " '!' I1,~"' ; " St. Nic hol as ,rith out ami
- (.·"i' . d. \i ,5 !},60 St. Lu ke's, vii. li S
_C uli~" , I J " " Sl. I'atri ck'd cathed rll l,
_ l 'UfI"lI!>, i:I'" .j ;a, .J:"',j, :HI, ~.J:-S . [,61:1
- t.:.I'ln.c.l.iIlllcl, ( Kiln ah:lila);h), +-l " St. l':IUI's, 6-l~
- 1 1~ " .. ,f" rt,:I~ 1'I " SL Pdcr'~. 477, 4 305
- I 'r~~~':'~'l{h~~" i~ h !lnLl churchyard ,
,.
3 1:.1. r..l~
Trin ity Colltg:o cbapel.

" "I.! o;; ~aTeyarJ. l.ii ,! ·1~ _ DU :l:,:b clrl.lr~h, I :Jo:;


.. I: ~,jf uru hurial. !: rounJ, _ UU1,.r k., x ., 1; 0, 173

=
_
Grt'y:>(un",", .,t1J 'J
l \'fI;'Lr"~k~ i~c..,~1
IJoo-""rt,l l-!
gr:l. \'eyanl, ~ O :!
_
_
_
-
Uuul.> 'o.ly monastery, 216
. J) ulIlJa~k . !.:!-l
lJu !l,hm.dJ, t iL , G:J
Dunlicrth ~ lJ u, ~hyl.lrll ($ee Carhury),

::~::·l~~:::~i.~~~~ ~ ~; y ~ry~~1 ~':I~l ~


I,le -
,',w
DU..jnJ:cknrr , ,·i.,9, ;l& , 259, 42 1,

= :: : ~~:.\.~!~.~:;:.:!.~d' I"u
- I ) \III !~ H.
5'.?';'
_ I Juullrli".l.h

i::o~~~:};~:l~;::'::C:::u~::::,':
- I h'''$!I~lI~h1iIl, 52.')
- r ~h~ lI , .. .. ..... tl:\
- 1 1 " t,,,, , :..i .. l:J;$
- E lr..ll r , ~ .r.:I .)
n . , "\ '. ~' " ..j'. ~ - - - ]: "1 '.' f .. .IJ 'If Em l~ £,hfad , 358

= ::" "'. ;~~:,::l:~;:.s'~\r~:~~~~r:~.I.;~ : ': ! == ~;~~!i;~:~~'~~4:1ii., 1~7, lll, 112,


- l '~',:,,,, .;rU1"'TIl ~h\lr,I,,· u !.l.
iL' ;. ~ I J,;.;,' r, il. I l.,t ~ i- J:r~~~~ut~;C~I~J.lIreO~~ 21~~r. lla lo i -
- - -- - - - - - - - - - ------~-----.--------

xvii
PA1I1SHES, CRCRCItIt!l, CHURCII~AIlDS. P'\Rl gll"~ , Cltt:t:CUF..s, CHt:HCIIYARDS,
&c.- ~ &c.-
_ Erri gal-Kerogue or Kieran, :xi,) - J:.: eIlm ar e,13 R
21 4,215 _ Kenurfl old church (Lu sk parbb),
_ F.rrij::"al-Tf(lu ~b, x.,&5.1 8"'(. l S6,2 14. viii., 10.
- Fertcle, 21:l0 - Kerry churches, sl.&te of, iu 1; 56,
_ Fe nagb, !J,-t2-! l ilS
_ lii cldown, ib - Kellbtowu, 9
_ Fenlae allcient cburch (Tomlin- _ Kilsnnin, ~m., 131
lou~h pari~h, .uti - !\ illlallybona, vi., 41, ,,-.~, 4-1
- }I'cnllor ( ~ee un der Slane), 3,l,fj - KilLarron (,ee BallJebauuou), ·400
- Fetbard, Co. 1' ir~enuy, .:d., 20S - Kilcool, :145
.. Co. Wexford, 5GJ, ;:'C':' - Kilbomme, 138
_ Fore, 3';"3 ~ Ji.ill agb.l, l;)~
_ Fra[)cis~aD a.bbey, Ardfert, J 3 7 - Kikolrr.J g h, 1;';"
.. Gahl"dY. ;3 j ~ a _ Kilcarro.ll churo.:h ruins, near Kil~
" friary,W lltHfonl, tW , 307 r u ~ b , l'i., 41
- French church, W:l.terford, 2lU, au; - fiilcl og han, 1:)8
_ :Fuerly , x., Hl 3 - Killorille, 2,l, 1
_ Galy, 1:1.:1 - Kilcr~dan, I 3S
_ Galway, ,5 -Kilc1 urw • .:0;:.,1;3
Franci ~ca n abbe,', 303 " !nu[bu~sey castle, 173, 343
.. ( St. ~ icbolas), i35 (note)
_ Gadinagh, 1:J8 '"'-- Kilco::a n churcl. ruin~ , near nos.. ,
~ Gil~rtllt'lWn, 9 Co. Clare, vi., :12
_ Gil ford. 2&0 _ Kilcoleman. {)
_ 01 anbeby. 1:18 - Kilcllnnell abbey aDd Lburcb, viii.,
_ GI;;.nwortb, -l ;.i .,) 11 :;, 127, 4~JtS
- Gl assealy dHlrchyard (see ~3rragb~ - fiilcommin, 10 8
more) - Ki1co(J1 ( lldga ny ullion ) , 4(12
_ Gorey, };i. , 230 - Kilcron)', uear Dunaba, Co. Clare,
_ G ortroe,-!G ;} vi-,42
- G owran, ~IG - Kikullen , 32 1
- Grait;h-lla- Mallag-b (Graig), 2[;0, - Kddar" calu"d[OjI, viii., 14 0,321_
!l2 ~ 1 aho 13~J,31!), 320, 477, 4S(J
~Gr:l.igue,il!:. - Kildimo , or KilJedmo c bu[cb, Co.
_ Grey abbey . vii., G..t Clare, vi., 4l.
- Gre ~'s tolles (sea Reufolrd, De lgp.uy ), - Kildrum, 13i!
4')0 _ _ Kilenear, I SS •
- HackehtowIl, 9 - Kilfenura, 'l"i., xvi., (~(l . 1.), 38
- HarolJ s lllwIl, 9 ,. c"thedral. 4 0
_ HilI ~borough ( !lncicutly Crumlin), ~ Kilileragh, vi., .U, -13, ·H.
viL,6:! - Ki ltinllr;u ty, ~!illysheen aucicllt
- H olmp<ilrick, 294. clJul ch,44S
,. Isl:lnd of Skerrif·s, i4 " ti lxmilebriJge church, 4J"
- H r>ol; a.nd Tem pletowu, 5G-l - Ji.ilg-[JLi;>in, 138
_ Ilr>w tb,viii., 99 _ l~ il.;" rvan, 138
- Incbs Goill (s ~e Congo) - Kil ~ u:II'. laB
- h ~hicr<ln ll n abbe\· , 2,"'U - Ei!keuuy, I,[.tck friar'" aLlJ e~', [) l G
- Ic ~t;:~~t~ry (s~e' .::)~aLtE'ry hland), " Ca :DcJru [ of S t. ('ank e,
151 , " :3;.1
- I nUI~h !lnDon, "i., 5~ St.Mary·~, 15 1,331, ,',17
~ l ri~h lnHia!-~r" :.l!lJ :;, xiiI. (~o. 3) SL l'atrick's. 510
- " r ur-l] dHlrcu ~ ar J~ , Couuty - };ilk1~'lane, yi., 4~
Melllu.33 i - }; ill vf t t, t Gruno ", :-I;V. ( ~u. ;j)
- Jerpolnt auuey, 3n _ K:JIIt,ld;1 ctl urc i1~" lr d . ,lr L.J.dy
- Ju li:ln~towu, :t., 1,0 l)lI dl\u!';I ,'~ gr.. ve ( l}IHlt,·aut
_ Ker,mare, l JI! p.l r, ~ h), 4 (1: 1
- Ki] ruce,r , 13tj _ Kiila; hi.,[:", I:;.,
- Keunalr, l ;;:., _ l'I >l.i,j lll;:en,I .Jo
'>viii
PAHtSIJES, C I I l'I~C I1 t;S, CHI:r.CIIYAI:OO, P,,"'SI1I!S, CU CR CHItS, CU C RCHT.UWS,
&C.- &c.-
~ KiJla lne cathed ral, 4 ~O, 4 52 _ La:: gs'eld old boTiaT'GTound, near
- Killahu rlu, \?.J,I Dnlln'l'lin , f...t9
- };llI iti~n a . 1:1:; - Lar aghasbanki\\ old bUly ini:.
)t St.. Flacl1 ao':I grave. grou ml, Cu. Arm a;h, 41.(
}ard,4-ltJ _ La.r !g-hbryao, ,·iii.,
1:-9 ,14 1
- Killa rd, vi . .JO, -13, .J4 _ L q;:;arhill bcryiog.ground (sea
- }: il larney, 13S Charlem(\Dt)
- - K i\!eumllnrl cba rel\. (see Kiltennell) _ L eig:lliin ut hed ra1. x\·i. (Xo. 1),
- .E ilIerigg, 10 16, 2 il5, .(;! O, 424, 4t ;)
- - Kill el"II:; h. xv.,2 3 ! " pa rish legisterd or, Co.
- Ki\l e~h ifJ, !/ Cdrl ow, xvi. (~o. 1),9 .10
- h:iIlibe;;,i «('Jane UOiOfl ), 320 _ Lei.ll.lil!, \' j., 13~-'t U:!
-
-
Ki\!inr, 13t<
}\ illill.lfle (~ee Old Ll::igh lic). 10,
~CG , -t.:W
I- -

-
Lime rick c.lth ed ral, J(l.
Li ~mo r e, 211,
Little St. DeoTge':I, c<Hl\'ersi;m of
- Kilhna ne, 1:15,2-t.l old churchyard in St. (; toq;e'~
- Killi nick. unioll of: :K illinick. l1· par ish, Dublin, into a [lark, xv.
s":u\';mun (hha rtmon). f\lIl ill.ne, (Xo.3)
Ki1lrnack r... e. U o ygl ,, ~~, ~t. l l>eriu~· _ Lisloll'el, l ag
St. ,' l al")"'s bland, ~t. Mi c bae\'~, - Lorum, 10
xi . :"?3--l, :.!3"3, 3~O ... _ L nughgolUe, v ., 1
- Kil litlenea . 1:1tj _ Loa~hi ll i;;la n d , Tii . 63
- Kill ll\.;enoeu )" , ,t,5 '1 - L\J ~k, viii , xvi. (Xo. I ), 99, 102 ,
- Ki1! " venoge, 3l:(j ::;. 5 ~ l1 o te)
- Killy beg-s, Cu. DOM,::a l, ~ j _ l\Iac etown , 33S
~ :K ilmanlhill, &c, ix. 1,t,9, 150 - )lag h~r" , Cu. DCrTY , S5
- Kilmacra!:h. :.!--l l " Co. [)uwn, vii' j 08, G!J
- Kilnla l\.;edar, :1 15 - MsgheraJrool , t':"5
- f\il l,le,;an, ,,"c, "ii., OS, 7f) - .\l a.;herakeel burisl·g round (-see
- Kilm ore, l ~l--, 41 4 '1ermonamong uD )
- Ki !ll!o~ 1.\' , L~t>' - Magl.1ss or ~l oys-I a! " (Killinick
- Kill\lllr T.,·, :! ll--\ union), 2,~, ;.100, 3~!G
- Kil":I$OOla or '';' il1nasoola;;h, 1.;:'0, - ;\l air.h.1111 (Clar~ ulIion), 320
-151 - ,'.la ll1b.,de,'4, 4:.!:.!
- RilneJ.( .Il!agh chu rch (I\.illi era;;b _ ;\ Iallow, '.! .. '.!, 4 (j~1
rMi ~ Ir ), vi, II , .U - ~Ianor C llnnillgbam (~~e Ray.
- Kilorglin, 13-- nloclw). 4' 0
- !\.i l'lllanc allcient chu rc h, - ~l:i.rtit\"i.ol"l , l·o. :\Ieal h, x., 17.
Lillle.ick, ~ :,:! - !ll eelicl. !l.lIh ~~·, oui tlla.ry of, viii.,
- Ki l rll ~h, ~' i ,.10, -t. 3, .& -1 1:1 1, ;j11~) .~ !lIJ
- Kil,(ill, 1; 1":, - lH ~lIi:ont, xi., I G:3 , lG-4 , :)"2G
- Ki lt"lI:\ gh, 1:1 .. " BO.\'IIe otdi.~k, 16:1

= =
- KU,hOll:l lle, 1:\'" - )l ill(lletown, -4 1.-,.-41;
- l\i l.h~el~ n, ;?I'.& - 1\l i.chebt 'l "'" clin n:h, fi., {i t

~n:~~~~:·i~'. :!~,G~, :l :}, 1:1 0 ~: ~e~.~~;\:~~:;, [lallynatr(l~', :\:i.,210


- i\l1 ;~r ll"n, x~·. ( S, ' :1) - ~! "'Q .I~I':W, 1:-4, :J3j
- i\ i!tinallln, I :>~ , 4;):': - M" .. n~. :L' I ~
- - 1\i ( "<In}ll. \ ·. 13$ - :'I lo'~'~na, "j, .( 1,4 3 , 4t
-

-
-
fi: ll ru rr,· (1.nrl.,· f.l du cllion), :-;i .,

K,i.(~·~'n:~~:"' xi., ~ii"l


.... i"Md. I ."
= ~: ~~~:::~I~~"~1'hU~!i~~:alr~iS
- :'Il,,·no(".4.·,.J

ch'n~ ) , 1;;j
(5ee 1\il.

- " UII" .. ~ h, Iv - ~1 ~11" .:1"1 .. ndcn t cha~c1 ( Kil'"ih


- h r:" .I~, xvil. ( :-; ... :I) I,::orj·h l, ·1.'1
- t\ II' ...·J,.'"ollrllc. ~".I --- ) !u ll"'!I~!I,,'chll '('h~·arJ,I:~·.l [lug h',s
- l\ ,a>C ~l\IIIIr~. I :; .... "Va,lit (,~~ j,.:l"I~·'h"' ''I\''I\\ ~",:l
- i .... ,I, .I;,;;", \·iii., \,1) - l l ul..IuklC, ::!j~ (note), :J~"J, :1:1,
r
I PARISIII'..s, CHURCHE S,
:xix
CIlll'IlCUYAflO_~, PA I1I5 H E...'I , CHl:IHl Hl:S, CHUr:Clll' AROS,
&c.- &c.-
- l\I ll.hlfnnan, .l(i., 131, 232, 233 - Ross (see N ew Il oss a ni! Oll! 1l"~1I)
_ Mysbllll, vi ., 10, 37 " aLl.ocy, nelilr Hl'adf<lrd, :JOt
_ Narmghlllore, 5 t.j .. church, Co. elale, vi" 42
Ola ,;..!~M ly ebq rch- - Ros;errily, 10 7
ya.d,32 1 - I-!u;n;! or c burcbe~. severa l (~ee
_ N:tv:l.ll, x ' I 174, 338, 530 <:arrick)
- New Abbey ( Kd cu!l~n rari~b) ,32 1 - r:ushchnpel, 10:,
_ N c ","llll ~ne,'.!"'1 - l: utlond(see lJr"lin), 10
- l' ew Gran61':, Co, Meath, 2iJS - ~amla burYl ng . grouCHl, Scotlll.n d,
- l' t' \\'nlarket, Co. Cork . ~83 A\'iii. (No. l)
- Nl:w Hoss, xv" xx., (No. I ). 308 - ~ca.'ter~· Is laud, vi. 4~. 4 3
abb ~y (.tt under c.!d - Sb.lUal: iII burio.l .plllce (see u nde r
r. I)ss). 3~j SCIIU"ry 1.-111 11<1), 12
30n St. I11:ny's, J:i., 230, - Shan t"'~ ca ~ll e, vault at, 412
- SIIIII, kill, 1.'0. Autrr,", 41.
- ~ ~ W !DWI1 , nenr Trim, x ., 170 - f'hdnkilJ, or St, Id,!, C::> . 1'lIker.ny,
.. AbbEY, S 'I 109 14:1, 150, 2 G5, 2G6, 4~1i, Hi!;
- Nobbir, x.,17 0 - Sh(' e~(o .... n ~bur~ h (~t. Patrick'~
- - Nuruey. 10 pllri, 'I, KilkI;UUY), sv. ( .so. I),
~ Old cemeteries of nuLlin, conver. 5 1lJ
. 10ll of, in to. pu l"li<: parks , xv., - Sb H!Ockstol'l'n' (see oude r ClaDe),
(No.. 3) 3tO
- Old Leig hli~, v., 1 0, 16, 2G5. 4:?5 - Silirtmun (hhartmon ?), 0[1 4
- Old I!o s~ . 39 7 -Shru le,D
- Oughtmama (see UDder Corcoulroe - Si:.:milel!ri::ige cburch (see Kil n·
a live)"), :?;S .. Dllghty )
- O~ enduff. 563 - SI:erri.. s (JIolmpat. ick parj~h ) , vii .,
- l 'ain e~ l uwn , 0, ] 0 .4,2(1,&
- I'uwen tnwn, l!lO - .:sk ry ne, x., 183
- Piltowil (St. Chri stophds monu. _ S!anf,~4 S

merit in mu seu In ). 332 " ~'" nnor caslle. graveyard


- FOTtrane old CiJUlClJ ( ~Ee Douabatc) II.d}.inilig. ;,J 4(j
4 74 • _ S[~aty,:)

- Ql.laker.j' bu rill.pl.1cl'S, :s:x. (No. 1) - SIi~" .~ube~·. :')40


- Quill A lIb~y. 2,8 .,& 53 - St, .\nll.. '~, vii. 1\1 , 1'- 4, b6
- 1;l\hill,1O - St. Ca ll ice'5, is, J :l l
- l ;aphoe cathetlral, l"ii. 80, 4 SS, 5 -1; - 51. Cri sp in'~ a lo.l chajle} (De/gaoy
- Jb.th::r..q iJeck,IlJ!),:! l.ij pari ~h) . 401
- HatllC ll nrllth (nil" Almolitia un;an), - St. George's, Belfast, old e~clMiast i.
bG l cal ~ite of, 41 7
- Rll.tbcormac, 462 - St.. Luke's, vii , O~
- Ra th cu~lI ck gtll.v erard, Ca. Kil- - St. Ibe liu~ (~ee under Killinick) ,
hnny, 521 :';J1S
- lI: tllhfHllham, vii , S;J. 4, 9 - St. i\lichall'~ , "ii., 9.
- Hathke:lle, ix. IGu - St. ~lulli"5, Co. {;'arlo"", 10, 26 0,
- Hathmllcnee,::! :;;:i 4;>0
- HllthrniclLael, 2-1 ti, 2!I S, 547 - St.~lary's, 2:39
- l::lIhvill.,., 1\J,l!l'~ - St. ~i ch vla.3 Will,oDt, vii., 98,
- n:I~'l1, oc hy, 4, 11, ;.,&'1 Du!.l in
- I: £dfv~d buri-ll'gru'lIl d (Del;a ny - St. Xil'h"bs, Gal",,,.~· , v;ii. 135
pl\f\ ~b ), 4110 - ~1. ra JJr~ Cd hetlra l, LOllllo" (Gore
- I~ ey "a.:: ] " 1:,:-', :! ~ii In""umeut), 1-10 6
- r:Ol>o!rh(\lwn . Ji.., I ~U, I f' l - St ad,alien, an
- B odd~n~ towu. ;l4'.! -:;'t ::pl~,to"'n,lO
- l : u ~ \! c'1e"n, ix., I MI - ~tra l.;oe, l l.I
- H O.· ~ o "H1JOn ilbbey, xi., 194-G-i-S, - Strd.t!iJ:l.Hy, 5 f, )
:J:.J - Stnfi~n , is .• ) ~~
- t: o~"'f1 ud[ , !j'~ l - Swv. J:" \'I i" x\'i!i., (X", l \!)o, 106
- - - -- ---- - -- -

rA P. l !1 I1 F..5, CH URCllt::!I, CU l: RCllr .lot:1>ll, P AHISHFS, C HUP.C Il t'.s , C IlU I\C tn'A Iu)~,
&C.- &c.-
_ 'fa::b!ld~, j :o;., 14-1 _ \t'aterfotj , S1. Obr s, 55~
_ Tallagbt, ,,·iii., U8, '1 i 8 - Wells (see Bllllykuockan chnrch),
_ 'fawDagil, 540 10, )4
_ T eruplec(lfJllllc 01 Killnltagh .ancient - - " (~oee under Old Loeighlin), 2GC , 425
chu rch and chu n: hy.1 rd (~E 6<11- - W e~tr,,15rol'i'n, i 4
linderry, 25 1) - \\'icklrow County _ pnrkb, 40 4
_ T emplem(l re, xi., 205-6 , 36 1, 5H P!lrs~ !1 sto wn, 136
_ TemplepJ.l riek , v,, " Pllrso!1~ . 05 , 96
_ Templepeter, 10 Pa rker, 2 ~i
_ Tell1pletown,S6-l P arn ell, 95
_ Templeshamhougll , 23 5 Pal~ rson, 43, 5 3, 69
_ Templemichell , 24 1 Par kinson, 113
_ Termonamong:m , 5':'0 Pa y ne, 12 , 9G , 2eG-O, 4 25- i-fl
_ 'Iint ern c\mrcb (se-e OwendulJ), 563 Patt en, 52;)
_ T omblield , Creagh cutle(UQueraile PoIuioel , I 58
pa ri,b) , .,t ~ Peake, 111
_ i omtin lollgb, .uS Pe.'l.rd, 450, 4G2
- 'fomg raue,\', 4.54- P t den,7
- T r im, 11)3 Peeland , 428
_ Trinity eolleg(! chttpel,DuiJli n, 313 , Pemberton, 77
548 PoeDD, 90
_ T uam catbedral, viii., 12; , 128 , Pennock, 22!J
129, 130,3 12, :11 :l, M6 PETllbrock , l :i2
_ T uhriJ, pari~h, 361 Pennefatlte r, N i -8
- Tuli a , Co. Clttre, 435 _ P entl!illl.i, 'ill
_ T ullow, Co. Carlo I'\', cb:lpel and P tnillglon, 3lj5
chapel-y ard, 10, 4S'; Pereh·J.l, 236-7,4 8 J
c:hllrc:h a ud Poefrin. DfI, l tJO, 102 , 103-4, l OG
cb urchyard, {36 Perry (~~e Joyce)
_ Tuilo"' or Tully, Co. Dublin. 296 Perrot, 1;'1,4::"1
_ Tul lowcrten (~ee Old Lti:;bliu), Pe r"~c. 13.,-&, ,1 22
266,426-7 Pd rie, 116
- Tlillowm.af,oim!l, 10 P helan, 1 ;-)
- 'T ynan , 2~ l , ,1 16 Pbelp~, 4 ~>3
- l'r g:li n, vi., 10, 3i, 2j3 Ph illil's, :ll , •• g
" (see Bushe r~lo "n) Phiblt~, f37
_ V arious, parbh €'., &c .. men tioneJ in Pif;ot t, 613, 69
it '~cr ip t ion s , & e•• 22 , 2d, :16 , :3 i, Pibwor th, 5 10
4:l, 6 1, 69, . 6, 80. ~t), ~l.:':, 111 7, Pke! ter,
1 09, lI~ , 12 S, I:H, l ;~.~, I.U, P tllmmer, 1 ~)0
149, 161, H'2, l ~i, :?:12, ~:Ij, }'lunket , n ~ I, 16-; ,171 , 18 1-2- 3, 338
241, 2G;j , 292, :; 9", :lU:l, :l I9, Pokrich , li S
!lt1, ;U8, 365, ;J~· O . a9 5, 401. P opplelon, 13 1
.IJ , 41 2, 4 15, 4. lI.i, 4:!O, 4:.~ ,1 , Pott~, 231/ . 3jlj, J !J2
... ·2 1, .1 28 , 4:10, 4'n, .1:15, ,\';'2, Po"ler, 4 1;)
Hil t • • .3, 4 ,';, ,1 ~ti , ,1 ~o, 5&3, rOlllani~he,y. H
51 0, 54 8,5 50 Puwerscourt. :) 14
- 'VarJen , m on 15tET~ of-Cbl'~te r Pow"I, 91).l(1'3
clltb eJrnl, lea,on'or the pre"",,,! Power, 1:39,2 04, 5j1-3-4. , 5i 9
f l Ue of many ~cc :~<i al! tic .. ! builu_ PU\\"DoIJl. 15D
it '!;_i itl EII C!:I.lnu , :I~ w ~ll 015 in rr"'ld~rgJ .t. 7
h e!;lIlJ"a i,i. ( ~0.1) I're-crou, 4tS
- W!llnford, n/lrr oll ~trandps(r~et l'r e-il",l j 106. I i s, 33 9
chape l, 3'~a l' rc't:g~, 532
c.~l be Ir a!, ::!l ":, ~7O) , '-'~' '-J Prke , H~, Ui3, :!3S, 39t, {J I g
" }'r:l nl';~C3n fria ry cr-:, · l'rY'.lce, 3~i
u.inin:; Fn:nch church !'Ind Holy PUo? 2tiu
GhnH H o~p;la l, :: I~ , 3u,;, PlI l\ej,~, J~, H, I
xxi
Purc ell, 14 8, '21i, 218 Rode.rick. 65",
PurdoD , 44 9, 4-.. 0-1 Roe, It !), 2 07, 553

Q I Rodden, 132
Rogan, 317
ltogen, 42 7-8
Qo~en's COllntv, 191 Rogerson, 44 4-
Qtl igly ( see K~nresb\) r o) l: ovne~·, 403,532
Quinn. eo, 465--181, 504, fiOS Rockville, 58
Quirk,511 l:05C, 35, 53
Rooke, 15 1
R H ~be moul1t, 66, B9, l OG, 12 0, 193, 229,
Radcli!J'c , 29 1 198,363.230
Hura Roscomm on.
Rllmhllot, 2U,' Ho~e gerlant1 , 2:19,
Hadford, 2 04 R{)~, 44. 98, 105, J 31, 3 80
l:an4ghan, 2(J 3 r.O!Slna, flO
}{qinsford, 429 Ilothe, ] 51, 152.433
l< alLdl e5 towfl, 169, 209, ~36 HfJw1Jml,9 7
HahinSlow n, 9:3 Roynell, 4 fl2
R4plloe.60 Hu ab(ln. II,
Rathkeele, 160 I!udkin$, 25 , 31,269, 4 28
l:athmorc, 99 1 :1J~h, 10 5, 101
r.athfryland, H J:u~!, 106
Ratumacrncb:1n, 16 3 I:m sel, 102
Rawson ( ~ell W:tkely), 36 , li5 Ru~k, 5
RubaJdon, 117 Hlltl ... nd, 06
l{atbnrlly, 177 J.:ll lt~·, xx.
R:lth gluse, 120 ..I:ya n, 10, 13 , ti, 21, 23, 24 ,3 1,12 5,
Haffid,2i 213,2 66,4 02,431_2, 4G5 , ,j51
P. anckJl,209 l:yJeT, 80
UJ pbsotl , 9G Hydkin .... 25
Haymond, 425 Hye, 142
l: e3!d on, 4 65 RylJn d, 216,403
Reddy, ~:20
Hedftelo.l,.J';9
Redmond, 231, ~3( " 430 ,433
s
Beeves, Wnl., 1Ji3ho,",. xviii, 1 0~ , :!~ I Sachillc,IC,4
l(eesror t. 418 Saffron caslll', ::"3
Reid, -IG, 245 Sail, 29 1
Reily, 40 03, 473 Sail ( !ee Hackett) 210-11
kcvnell , illS Ssli~bll r~', ] 52
Reynagb , J 55, 1[J'i Sampson, 34-.1-3
R eyn old~, 12\J, 209, 417, 429 !'andrord, SU, UO , 207, 3l4.
Hb.lI, S;luders, \' .• 17,1 9 , 12,33, 3-1.3::'
J:ice, u n, H I. 21"'- lfl, 124, 5][.1 Sankey, 14 0
ll: icbarJl$, 27,234. :! :)l', .;..:1 Sauller, '\26
Ri cbar<holl, 15 5 Suu~e. 4311
Ri cbmond, 216 .su:)ge, 96, 47 2

~::~k!~;~P~~'~4~
Sa'l'iIle, 40, 47
Sc'!.nde rberg-tl. 2 28
nin &: , 3i1t, 54'1- 3. :..1.5 S"'II.I ~. , "I
l:i ordlln, 46 5-6, 46'> Scnn loll, 1, 2(lli-7- S, ,(26
l! i.,n~OTtfl. 5')8 S;c~lld~vi1le. !Jo;
l:isb. 234 Srattery, 4~
l :oan. 4 :.!1, 41(1, 44 9, 4 5!l. 45S Scbu t-e Tt, :FH
l:o.::lch, l:..odc, 11, 3 1, -4 ~ , 190 (1) 209, S ~h ul dha. m. 3:11
23;; , ~jl '::~l'tt, 3;,. 2,:\ (; , ~ 0 3
I-:ob l'r tson, 14C, 154. 3"n !O crin , 1,..3
R" ber (5, -4 5, li t, :! t 7, " ~:l, 4i~, [.21 ~ tI1I) mbdl!, 1"3
h: o~ hfvtf, :!~lS, """, [,., 0 ~( ull~', 1':' 5, 4 ~~'
xxii
8 c hQl ar_~ tow n, 83 Spaight, -155
Sell ly. 23a-G-,-tI Spratt , x vi.,.')5
~ea tight, 'i!), -I , S-9 S~ers, 4 :,m
Senior, 70 Springe!, ~1 0
~enl l ege l, ~ I. u2 Sproule, 383
S" rtxlan .4 92 Stacb l1en, 347
t'Nard, 17. 35. !j:!, 169 Stll.ck, 136, b0 9
l'eymQur, uOti-7 Stllpleton . 533
Sha rl,1 03 Starret, 10 9
SllanatJall , 5['3 Stanhope, 2 U4, 22 3
Shanakil l,42 StilIVell. M
S hea, 1:'0.4 67 S tackfloo!e, 455
::- htc , xr. ~tall ihu n;t, 216
$.li er"·o od, 1,0, u;); St flnley, 2:!9
Shaumu il8{:b.I DO St nf.6;
~h anneg arr'y, 90 StAmer, 57
S hanock, 2 10C 8 t:.rb roo k, 109
Sh>lll ::- hn e~y. 120 t-t9p le~ , 1;B
S!Jaw, [,2(; S:anley, 2:m
~herl, enl, 3~ G, .(4 0 S tephcnsou, ."J6
~hir:ey. 15i , 42'; , " 29, 430 St~ven , ai, l B8 , 206-7 , 42';
Stliu ... 4(.iIi Stt·phens, x_iiL , 57
~hillton, 53 2 Star bro ok , l OS
~ b" rl all . 272 ' Stee le. 53, 9ii
StJuJdham, 06 Stokes. xviii., 102, 11 6, 228
-SiLll1ey, 1:.1, li 9 Stock, ?25
Slh· e~te r. 236 Si oney, ;n ·iii.
Si mon, 169 Stopr()~d, 18, 21, 193
S; mi'~o n. 129 ,IS9 Stoy!e, 142
Simi!!., 7 ~ S lone. 150
Si ng l ~ton, 18i, 238 SI:l.llllard, 95
~h'lmO!lSCI' u rt. 7!.1 St a mer, 279
Sl..d ton. 4tou -7 Stewud, 62, 65,109
~\"'trrett. ]32 Stewart. 11, 232,.'l3 3
M\., rne~, 74 Stiles, 428
:- k iLl ~' (see Wals be) lind Grant), 217 SCr:l.b:rne. 107
~ki ll!1 er, tj3 Str e.. mville, 23i
::;killin, 414 Streaue , 2·16·8
Hruye, 217 Str eatll;l.:,1. 8 7
!'> I ~ck, 31B 8t,;lh, 192
I- lif\'Mn e~ ky, 6!l Strello n, 51,0
Sl.:r.llt , 106, 3-16 Stroud. 23~
Sli~u . 62, ] 9d-9, 200, 203 , 540 S tr~"'m o r e . 5 (;
:'1II>lrt, 382 StuLltl tr t, 45
::;:ll.l,hQUI. 560 St. An tlrUB, .')2 ",
:- Il\~·!ie, 901; St. Ann e '_. 9.,> . ':16
~Ult1y, 23'),3 91 ,st.~nI 01Ji ll ~ , 807
blliitb, ~IS . l ~ G. 13'::' 11>3, IC 5, 207, St . Ai{lan, aOI)
2~.> , 3:J,j , ~; 5 .
4t;!i. 5] :,. fd6 SI. ~il L", 319
S,nytb, tli, !l .l, 96, 1; ';,314,31'> 6,4.26 , S1. _-\ r.C(lt, 171
H~ St. Antlrpw, ,·ii., 54 , 1'2-1., Iii , 10 ;, .') 1:;:
F-""ler .... ~Ili r e, ,55 St. Att r:actll. 3:)"
:- ,IIIPl \ ille , ll ~ , 5{3 ~ t. S .. n:,r.a~. \ 'j, . 42
:-<.Iuth\\fU, I G(j St. AtlT" r L II~ . 3:,,,
Nr • ••••.• 169 St. C.lt bc·tin'-'~ I 1-13
~ n l ~ I' \', 1 ~IO St. Cbir, [.-'4
!" '· r~nlo. 76
:-oIu.:i,er, I t3G
~~~~~~(:~J~ ::;y ne) , 4~0
I S t. Ch Ti , t .~pt: e r , 3:>2-3
St. Carrol. -II
St. F ~chr e" . 40
St. Georbe, 94, ~J5, ~:? S, J':"4. 5f1'l
xxiii
St OO Ub,\D. 1'; T hulee, :!0 5
St. KinaD. 170,215 Thwa its. ?a9
St. Jolin, :nO Tickell,90
f't , ilanman, I fl 7 Ti g iJP, 60-1
St.llary's cburch, ix, 15 1 Tilll!<>Il, 238
" lsl.lUd, 23 6 T,sliall,
St. Muria c:b , 6~ Tobyn ( s~ e hlnl~~)
St.. L~wrl'IlCC (51'e Howtll , 99), 65 T odd , "~7
St, Lat.eria n, 17 Tone,3W
51, ?luIli1l5, 2 69 TOller, 403
St, Mech lin, 107 'J'on son, 4n2
St. 8 ella nu ~ , 4 0,42.43, H Tu ok~ (?)
St. Patrick, 4 (1,04 3 5 To" l, :t7n
Stone""oJd, 57 Tom!' \', 1 8;;
&toyt~, Ht Totlei,hu "" j ~ , 239
StubtH,IM 'lo wDle."- h .•II, IGo)
Style!, 416 'fo .... llsO;'lloJ. ;>35, ':!6G-1 - 8 , 4-10, 42G·7
Su!lil'an, 4', 4.64,4 £7 Tre..nor, 1 6 ~'
S urom ~r, loG TraiDer, i bli
Sllmlll~n' ill e, 112 Travers, 12~. 175, 442
Sunt!'r, 3 ~ 7 Trayer, 04011
Supple, 9& 'freoch,96
Sweeny, 185 , ]86-7, 18:), 0466 Trim. HiS, 16U, 179, 183-t, 23 0
S").lman, 4.3 Ttllcey,56
Swanton, 96 Truu!;h, li5, 185-
Syuney, ~'.!6-7 'ljt:"l1 or, 18", 1 8~
Truy r.. rJ, :!2!".t
T T rou~JeH. 50
Trye, J7G
T.533 T udor. ;7
Taafe, 1.0-1 Tuudell , 43
Tag~ard, 1t: 6 Tu bltercurry, 203
TIJ,:bad!le. IH Tun pe un, 5. a
1'a11>o1 , 74,3iS Tulluw , :!96 ,446
Ta f; bmon, :..!3~' TutJl.il. :-'u5
' "allaglll,O') Turner, 543
Taucnd, ::!43 Tully,3aO
'tanner, 23",2:38 Tun" Ill",e. 79
TSlIian,496 TUl1ste.'. 4 '~8-9
Terr. 23 4 TUrroe, tt9
Tasburgh, 502 Tun'er, lUI

I T atlock, 14
Tnnal,2:10-1
Taylor, 130, 1:<4--5, 193, HU, 2 14, :1.j3 ,
Tnrrock, 229
Twic]!", xviii .• (Xo. 1)
Twuh.:;, 4 0j

I
26$ Ty" oI.ll. 350
Te are . 386 T~' IIJal. 3d , 266 -1-8,4~6-7 , "'~ 9
Te:une\'. {l15 Tytuue, e.ul \If. 204, 211, ~1 4
T eig e, '3~3
Temp 'e U V
·1 T emr lcrn ('l rf , '205.5 41
Tcmplepn lrick, I Ulcomb, :>2
a.n d

T~ n(h , 2t1, 5;] 3 l 'r,lill, :l;-d


T!'ITY, fiJI l,·niol.cke, .'lli 4-5
Tipperary (Co . ) ~ 0 04, :.!09 C'pin;; l .•n, 4. ~
1'1' ..... ".!i7, 3-} 3 -4.. 1' l't"It, 7, -I 3 IJ , 4;-V
Toy or T~' e, 6:1 L' p ~ T U~' ''J"y, :'0
T o\\k~, 14.:: Ur;;lb. 2:J
Tb orn, V~ . h ... r, ~I ;:', ~6
T lIo m p~oD, 7G, I 'l l). I;'; \ '.-.. IIl"lIc e\·. l l':'I-4- 5
Th oma . I, l',,'i O,:!3 6-7 , ~15, 3"",42 6,50 6 \'lI. m:eicur , -t:J
:xxiv
Verling, 4 5 Water ford, Bi5hop.'!, &c., 204-b , 2:!O,
Ver non , '17, 131 22 1, 223-.( -5, S70, 55,s , 2 11-18-1 9,
Vern cy, ) 1 21 6. 36i , ';"':'1 , M5
Ve,ey , 96, ;50i' ,. 1113rql.l i~ ef, ba4
Ver ville, i 8 Wal eu , 3:l0
ViCllr!l, 242, 5';0 Wa l l" ~ to \'I'01, 1': 0,230
,"jury, 236- 7 Watie&on, fi::tl
Views , x x,, 17, 22- 3, 25-S- i - R- D, SO, Wl t~on , .(3, HiO, 186, 191, t9'2 , 253 ,
:'l 2 , 35,13 1, 23lJ , 2liti , %i-l:I. 4:! ' -8-0 4'.l{.
ViI1 i e r~, 127 W ar t ers, 33 1. 4..:!()
Vinc en t, 11 3, 3(1 1- 2, 45 ~ , 453 Webb, 4 5 , 529 ,54 2, Sol i
Yinycomb , '; Weir . 403
Vowel, 4. 60-J-2 W elch, 4
Weld, 3(j, 94, ,j,..:! S
w - Mr. i ~a.lC . his" Su t i ~t i ca l Survey
or the C"l>n t;; RO$CoroIlI On," 35G
W.) 1 5, 208 W eld on, ~ tiIJ , 21'1 2, ~6a , 4-!3
Wa., ", SG '3 Wella D, '; 3
Wa de , lIIn. 234 lYellill gl QD, Duk e or, 38C1
W. dig'g , 233 Wd sb, ' .), .( a3
Waib be , 3 o:i$ Wels lead, 48
WaiD wriglll. S4. 8 West, '2~.~ , S I!)
W akely, 1. 5 \Ye$te r Ill3o, I ':'4
,,'akern all,-his rcmarb ill Ihe Jou mal Wt.<t~rn jllti'luary, pobli9hed by 1I1r.
cr Ule 1:. 8 ,A.I., n. (~o . 3) Wri;;ht. ~·.t:. ll i ~. Svc. on the Report
W a\; er, 5 ~ O (or 1t!!iD, XI . , (Xo. 1)
Wa ldroll, li S We ~tfJ.l 'l(lW n, i4
Wa lke r, 1. 162. 2,')7, 3 13, 414 , 4.15, 54~ We·tmeatL , 84, 226, 23'1 , 3 11, 3l'ol,
- l \ I r. Ge ll rge, J .i-'.,4 I a [,:,,;
Walker 's "lri~h J)r('~s and Armout," 3;'3 ",."tropp, .( 0, I n l , 4':'1, 4f,3, 456, 457
W alloinstoc , Mr. L. A. -rE port "" H() nJ.- - - .\Jr. T b'lmas J., ~r.R. T,A . , 278, 34 8,
llla rSY ic the J OQ wal of t he ol "i . 4 .,j, 4;,",
R.S,A. l , .J o9 Wed<lr.\, ':.!:J3, :.'35, 2,j,1, 3 88, fi6 1
W all , 1;; 4 , :!:.'S. :!ti~J, :.',:.' , 4:.'. , 5::() W ll.ll e~·, 4 1:?,-!:J::'
Wallace, :16.203 W haTtn ll, 4 :!i, 4 18
Waller, 19<! Wh llld )', Si, {'oj
Wa llis, 5.( , n~1 Whe~ l .,r , 236 , 237, 239 , 3 8i , 3 !i6
Wal lwor k. C!" 7 W\h'e!O<.'k, :.';):'. 23(j, 2:1i , 238, 3G2, 393 ,
Wa lsb, 16 ,1 5, 10 . ,1 51, 2 li, '2 18 , :!·2il 3 ~ ., j , 3:16, :J~' 7
2 5ol , 4/' 3 . 4 1-:! , 4 -~13. 4 ,)\l, 43:.', H .i " h ~l.11l , 4;) 6, 44 2, " :13, [j;j5
- Mr.-pholn!! ,a;.h ~""! lo~' \dl1l . 4 ' ''' \\ "' :,;,
It ~l~ , .
- I:ev, J:. - lcleIEnce 10 h ii w 1,)r~ , W ilLI" , t>l, r~ :! . 7~, 143, 1 50 , 1:J2, 175,
.. f insa l aod irs C hl.lrche~ ," Ht7 :!"'. :.'1';', :37 0, 3':"9, 4 15, 4 &8 ,4 7:1,
W.s.lshe, 22U,3 ';8 ,3t:9 4 0';,5:33 • .):.5
\',' a nr,al.l,;ht , 44.! WllIce, '}llIjor J . Gr, ,'·e. 4J, 50, 3 28, 331, .
\ra~oIn , ~H 4 ~:J, .,\ 0 " , 4,';~ ', ali, {iI U
Wa rttl.l rl l)lt, ::!5;'\ - Fe,'I, th.', ;'3 ',
Wa n!, 9 0, 1'!1, 125, 383, 35,j" 4 1~, " 'l8, - K IIL:hl. tb f , 328
" ~1I WI.itfll t'a.], ":!"', 5 18
- l lillo(, l &'i W hil.h"',3:.0.)
' \· a l~ ,
:'ir ,!:'I".~. , , d<'r 'nc '~ tOo bii work<, Wh il".i,~,'. Hi. (Xo. 3)

Warin!:" ,t!
I !I. 3';', ,) 3" ,).J;:' \\ b::k\'. to \). 1":1
\\, l"t !ll:'r~. :!;)il, 3')2
'\'~' ''~ ' ' '..!~-:, ...... :1
\ rH I"I('\.;, '; ! ~~:::::~I;'~L ~~~;~ 'i.~()
'\'"r f~n, I::" '25') I \\ h i::~', .I'l. I ~ I:.!
W ,,'t 11l..!t.-f ll l ' H" ti!iou ~ Ld ie r, :.!9~, I \\ r.~ t ,', :! ~ I.', ;, !]
W "ltH, .~.l .:j
\\' ald'~'''rT1. '~I:" . " .:,.;, 4!;, ~ ~,;:, {~~ ~~::~~: ::': :;:t!;~;;:: !~~, :J9~, 6G7
W ol[ C I.\~~ , ,:.' , ; :J · - [..,r l,:!<IJ
xxv

Wilde, 382 \V ise, 3GB


- Sir W., r efer€' nce to his writin gs, W ol~ cl e r, 430, 437, 438, 43 9
] 95, ;'27 , ;,~ $ Wood, ';:':.ii ,,juj
Wilder, 2 9~ \\'oodcoc k, 2i 2
\vill an, i 3 \\' O() dla " d ~ , 1113
W mcoch, 264 Woodlock,3 ti ll
Willia m JIl., t..:i n ~. ] 64. 43G, !l4!J Wood~, 5tl, I.'> G
Wi ll i ;un~, 14:!, l b5 , 533,658 Woolwri;,:ht, Capt ain H. H" flI 9
Wl lJia m$O lI, 3l:l 1, 3 83 , 41 8, 541 Worr all, 4 ~ I
W ill ing ton, 5 4 '~ W renc h , 8 3
W iliough lJy dc Uroo);e, Lord, ) 1 \\'r i!;ht, xx. , 129, Mia
Wi!loug hb.\', t 08 , I H Wr ighloo n, 41 0
Wills, 83,509 Wy\l n~, :2Gi, 4'.! 7, 4-.:lS, 4:!1)
- Re'\". Can on, 16') WY! l' ,44 5
Wilson, 43, 46, t o!), 261), 366, 39Q, 3~ 1 . y
426•. .f ~ 1 , 4!?::l, 4~ 9. 404, fi n,
546, 547, 64 8, !i lj~ Yeh- erlon, 132
Wilt on, !H YUlk , 1~
Wi n ch el~l' a, !i t Young, 69, 60, 9 G, 150, 3G2 , 3li3 , 42 i,
W inch f st.,r. :"lI IlT'luis of, J &B
Wingfield, aG'.! ",
Wi ll n, 13 0
Winter, Q35, 23S, 396, 6W. 64 7
z
Winte r~, :.!3';:' Zoucu, ::!3l
ADDENDA ET CORRIGE"DA.

VOL. H. 1892.
l'age 15 , J ()bn Sourhg&fe ~la M erj:;h shou ld be J ~b hS(l utllC('lfe, &c.
" 62 , inse,-t· r ~O U" at end of S(li],lr', t pitllp li. (:-.e \·~ml simil a r epitapbs " 'ere
gi 'l"en in JYo't~ mrd Q"fl"i-f~ , some yean ago._H . L. T.)
.. 6~. 011 li lle 2,,1J X e,,[ _h ou lJ he Jlc S fU!.
II " (The i\1"nlg<>m",y ;\i:3S. w~ re I,ubl i, hed 1\ good m~uy yean ago, edited LJ'
the late T homa, " ermedy J..olfry, Q.L:. - IL L. T. )
97 'lh" topy or I he J ,-,hn ~"'1 i l\~crlption in In: not e- book is l!iTen dirTe r ~nt lr ill
the Iinu ; alll .. t helll U 110 "It" a fler " rejl uJt ur e ~ in 6th Jille... Sequdtnr" io
7th line shoulJ be .. - eIrall l" r." In tbe 9th line Ibere is no 0' An" ." but
.. Muj or.: " b~giD ~ the rollowing- line, :l. ud "Amicolu[m] " should bft
.. Am oris."
line II , the Vior,] •• clllltui, " ~boil l d be .. dtlitui3. ~
lin~ 12," dideTlI rn ," ~ b , !Uj,j b~ .. ueLlerlm."
HLlt in eacb of th",s ~ j,bt fllllr Jill e~ t J,~ rlT~t w o rJ~ li re oblitera ted .
.. 99, line S, Chrhtopher, Ild1"l~C/l lh, oot l~irl i~lh , DolTon of llol'l,th.
" 80 , Ihl e 21, inSErt a di.-id ing ~trOk~ aCter 1:-;.
.. 22, i'llcrl a di\' idinl,( HrO ri E 1i.fl~ T THl': l lt.
" 1:1 Cram bOIf Q\TJ ,jor [ ~[f! ], re"d [ ~] .
to 81 :: ~,ti:~rl:oatt:rr~i',{~~ r~;~:,:~' ~~;~~ ~~rl D.
82 "lI .J'"[m ATHERIN ""d [m AT ER IN .
" 1 0 from buUulll . .I1.1r IIr'ClIlIE Inlo,'C , 7'elJrl .A l;ClH>l; I ... co:-: (tbe form!!T
spot:lli ng ot tbe word iii tigb t on i " s~c,'nd oct urr~lIc. in tbe in·
~cri ption). ~1<'
Tbere is .I. I.~;lrt t o the lefl-h utld side at thlt J. Ii.::I. at tbe lop 0( thi5
(" Archdeacon .o J inscription.
.. is .. l O.far dom, rea d Uom .
,. 115 bott om 1i n~ ,f~ r ~ aoml.., I'tad Xaotllh .
.. :!'14 " 1:; Crom LaHa m, the Q i~, h, t ht oligina l,:4 nn ued P •
.. 215 " t o!" wrunb"ly prinltd :.11 5 .
•, 242 " 8, o",it th e dot . ,,' ter ,. v e,'n."
.. 11 , for FlI, r~(!d II (iri tire ori g inal the capital M', take t he ' fDrm or
tL~ ~rnllll m elllal'.:~d.)
.. 13 tram bot!{>Il1, LSqr. b ~r ~, allJ el~~'Where in t bb I n~c ription, shollld he
inca[l1tllk
" 6 from b.lUom , fi' r Ca pu in of, r~" d Captain in.
" 6 frllm hflUum.J<-r altd el.t",t , Had the e: .!~:; t.
.. ' 13 " 5 ilu, rt a diyitling Mr.,ke ~fLer CU.I.En.
It {fro m bottom , t l,e initial leller, II, f!Jould I.e in the fo rm of wriling •
.. " from botto m, omit, IH pla rt! l'Ii tllin br.lckllc"" Ih t! y ill IlI' Oy.
" 3 from Iru l tum . th~ B ill 1:.1 1[I,] ~hould LI: t he ~ame ~i;:t. IU tbe follow-
ing' 1t!It ~f~ in .. acj, e,,~e
" :!'4 { ,,13, t her,· b HHnt! m i~ t ~Ke ii, t his :u'd fo1!!l lyir.j!' line; the .... orda after
.. DUII, tone " !bolliJ t: ~ r robably ..... ltb in Imh: kll.:!, '!lith 11 comrua
af' er "lr.ul1f!."
.. 245 " 4. fnr t o cnt, rc" r afl.] Cllt.
" 1 1 fro m bottom ,},,,, l':r.c lld fwd Er",n~J .
" 2Hi " l ·t , j'lStrt" t u" L~{"re a r~I •• tiH .
.. II f, um bo tT om . fur ,\~ I~: e . ;'~",i ;,'1"01 f'.
" ~ fronl b~nn",. ; ,; ~."t It ,\:,- j,H"C' .t r"~·~ OI (~er P£s;o;t.y ... rll£ll.
" 13Ji.:r l'ellnyf.:tll~r~, I~.hl i 'eD.i:<I:.l.tner~ ,
xxvii

1893.
P age 2M , lin e 7 fr(lm bottom, this line oftn e inscTiption i ~ complete.
,, 29 1 "fI, Til E Rl'; n; " I! ~!) 5hopl d oot 110) ill c:l[litals, nor suouJd th e carnes on
the nex t lin e but onp.
N. B.- We print t be names in c:a pi t:lb ill all inseriptions.
II 8 frem bottnm./r)r Of' , )~fld O F. For a. former .1 Graves " H emori.a!.
t'ide Black er', .. ~k e t ~he!l. ·'
,. 400 " ti from bottom, insert th e tex t (~~ich , on the memorial, is io itlilic
capit;i!s ), I " Th ~ m also l'>' b1e 11 slee p in J esus I will God b dng
wit h lJim ."l l ~T '· II I:S~ . IV. 14.
" 403 " .5, i llurl a dividins ~lroke a fter " tile."
" 1 6 f roUl bottom,}or i\Iol tG A.~ . read ;'IIOR A:'i',
1594,
" 4. 17 " 13 from bottom, " Sba akiJl (or l3e1fast Pilrish) Ol d G ravt'y.1rd " j _
tJu!. i ll ~c ri ption5 fNm t his eburehy:ud shonld ba n I heeo 1,I:lced
unde r the h cadillg of the •• Cuunty Ao triw:'
.. 418 " .( f rom bOltOOI,} i.>1' vi;;il, read l'i~ils •
" 419 )I 11 , / o1' You mu ~t .r.;ad mu st y (,)u .
" 13, f or crossed booe~, "e a,l bones.
" J ~ ,jor angels?, de.lth'3 head. !'eaJ angeJ'd (?) bead,
"n 4ib
" " 18, v mit th edi ~- id i ng StrOke nfter ELlZ ..... UET Ii.
" l or thee , read ' he5e.
,. 477 " 17. for E~q .• r~ad E sq~ • and ~ o al; tI OD next line.
" 1 8, omit all the dil'i di ll,!; ! Iroke! , lU well as t be comma", iD t b i ~ ioscrip.
t ioo : t h e l i ne~ , as re!;arJlI leng-th, ure pli uted liS Clltve.,1 011 t l,e
tom b from which t he fullhing w a~ taken i th e last, h ll ..... e\·er.
heing ~horte r, ~hould he Illore t o t he ri b" ht. hand.
" 29, 8ccilldin b 10 Si r II . B urke th e "'rm~ of t he Eustace! of Cast lemore
,u e" bU., a ~ a ltier, or."
6 f,om b"ttom, th e I'~ in •• Willi am" do not t 3ke t he for m of cspita l
letter:; io t he orir;;iaal, n or do any of th e !o. '~ of tl,i~ in:.eliption.
Afcer RAts [p:l.gt 4i i , lille 5 from botlom] what is upparcDtly
part o f an 0 i3 I\'git.le Oll the t OlUb! tolie. T he l: e\', l3. Ulacker,
ill his .. ~k etch .... s of Hoo tefstO\Vn IInti Doo nyb rou:'," mark' tha
space occupieJ b.... thi.t word ;1.j " iIIe!,:ible," bu t add:; tb.l!. t
l J'Ah on 1l1 entiOn$ the dece."l~.,.j .as of " I:odmck." J take tha
foll 09dng stateme nt from t he J O!J.rnrzl of the B.S. A.I , for Ju!: e,
189-1 , p. 16 7 : -" l{llbo {now Roe/..uck) is nOlth· ea "t of Tachtny " ;
the name of I bi ~ le tter pl ace, lI'e :I re prev iousl)' t old, .. is pTe.
ser veli in t be ro. ri , h nam .. T.In~y." Mr. B1:lcker i nform3 113 that
a no table d e~ce n dan t 11 t" this " illiam 'xally, .... iz .• Leon3ni lila c
N ally (see \\" tI.ib"~ ·' Compelltiiuw of Ir i~b L io;;;r.tphy "J,
bll ri ed here ia 1 8~1) .
II 3 from b" ttuw , "'Iter t bis line t he ptiat cr h:l.S oDliUed ;_
E
OCTO B ER Y 7TH
1669
.. .(.8, " 4, " Af!ffl 21 "- the 6gn res :ue wron,;ly ( l heli~ ~ e) gi~en as " 27'1 ill
ilir. Hlacker' s " :-' ke lehr~. "
" 14, the lettH~" .1" are n", le;,:;I.ll' ; there is bowe~er ll. dot in t he usunl
plllce for a marie "f3bbre\i3tio ll.
" .( i 9, It ", t ilere b nn" tb ': u.ftcr -:.7 !Ill ~hc memorjal.
T he whole o r Ihe odr:in"l\ I~ in c:lf)it1l1!, II is heu slated hy thll
contribut ur of the ir.~cJi[lt;" n3 Irom DOl,n :: brl")h. IInu D~J !:aoy
p ... ri~!J es, that di " e'gen~c~ in the r"r m of lett~r~, pnu cwati"ll. or
m:'lTk.s of .. obre,·ill\IUIl . IJa " e nol, 11 " a ruli!. i.o~ e a c\.·trtcleJ Ly h im
for th e.e " A d,'eo..!a et C u rr j;~.o.Ja ," as likely tv require t~ 1J ru~ch
sp~ce .

.. 31i ~ , .. 6,JoJf llL~BCr.B, rcud <':Lo~r y. A ("I.E •


" -4.90, II 11 fr<>ln botl~rn, for Vo.,Al.: .I.1a n ·, r('l d DO"ACA"{"£Y.
xxviii
Page b3b, line IS, f or [Fro m tbe Rev. J. W all ace T aylo r, LL. D. ] , read [ From t be
l:ey. R. S. Uaffet].
" 18, f ",. ANCKETI L ES, ",d ANCKET ILLS,
" 23 , T H ~ !ln IlI J l!e a~ lcl rs~ <1 " , i1.IIJ 0" a line w][h , 28.
" 2-1 , omit the cro~s before 1(i66 , ami ii/SUI a dol in It~ place. and alw tber
after t be first numer'll of tile y€ar. III tI,e originnl of thi.'! in-
script ion ( her~ a ro dot., b etwe~o t he words. e;o; cel' t in (Iue or two
i n slil, lll.:e~. Th e l ett~r U tJkl'"" tL .. fllrm Llf V, and J th at of I.
.. 9 from b lJtto Dl, fOI"" glll(:e, T( ,ui " !"Ilglllee," and ndd-" T he fu bhin g of
t he ah ove in ~cfi ption W:I.S ob tained by the cnl\fri butor t h rough
the ki ndne.,s of R lady li Yillg ill tbe n eighbourhood (lf Mo ll(lgilan."
" 536 .. 2 , f or 4G4 , rtaJ ,tG!J.
" 6 G9 " 8 from bottll m, omil the 11i viding stroke after I< Cbristian ."
bot tom li ne, i;lscrl a di d Jing- .:;\Tllke after " rig ht ha lld," a ed 07111't t be
dil' iLlhlg ~troke nrter •. n wyed."
F ootn ote.- F(lr I3dlv ue. rlJtZd" Bellevue,"
The R e ~· . It. S. 1IIatf€tt, b:; " inl:! r€ce ntly €x a mi!1eil the mon umtnt,
fin(18 t hat th .. montb In which ~I T. La T CHlcbe died h ll ~ been
ornitteu by Fe! rAT j t he urn hH 8. heau in reliefcilt \'ed I)U it, anrl.
tbe follo wi ng i n~crif!ti<.ln in tlnC lim of cap ita ll l:tle r ~ : -
BORK n EG ' M]JCC IV • I tl EU FEl.) • M DCCLXXXV.
" ~70 " 20, il>se,., D di'ii ding ~troke nft .. r " tribute," anLl anot her after" fri .. nd3,"
" 23.jot' l tWO,rfad" l gS~."
" 1 3 [ ro m boltnm, insert II dividing- ~!rcke nIter E1.1ZABE'H L A TOUCHK
" 1'2 f r(lm botto m.jur ES Q . r"ad ";'· ~ClRE. •
" 10 from bo ttonl, i "5~rt m a rk ~ of quotat ion before " This wQ man," and
corr esponding m Mk~ lI[t£,! ., ~he did " 011 th e fol1o"l\iog lio e.
" 7 from botlom, i17H7'1 " hi.. "b ~foJ le" ~ef\·"l1\5. "
" [) fr om bottom , inc'l' rt 1\ di\·idin ;~ ~tr.)ke ~ft,r •• .,.dt h them."
" 3 from bl"lttom, and fllllowil1;:: Illle.>, i.! .• ~d ("lIr dividin g strokes, viz. : -
after " gil!~"'" Vi ,I Y,"" tl,r .. e," nnd" i~.'·
,, 671 " before lin e I, i'IS~"1 "TlJe.l"e are t wo ~tni l1 cd J;l ll~~ windows in t his tran-
sept , one at each ~i . le ()f t be r e-cc, ~ o ver the Ln TOllch€ Vllult. n "
" 1, the H ebre w word ( J~h oY:J.h) i ~ IH<lllgly printed ; tbe fi rst lettH , r ~ad ­
il ,g fr () m t u o ri.;bt III 111.1 , ou~!!t to he .. , " \yod), a nd t ile t hird

,t lin
,,~" (va u),
" 8, tbe type of tbij i n~c r ip t ion is alt"b"ether in t"Hpituh, witb Bowe laq;er
init ials,
r
" f or I< l'II at;JaJ.:m ," reod " lII lH!t1al~n~ ."
" 9, fo r" br oll:; ht ;' r,,, d .. b"u-:I1I."
.. 24, wer! a comma afte r F ~A:'C I ;; j the erig in.al h a.s quatre-foils between

.. 2
tb e n !l m e~.
" 9 from butt om , this li ne form .~ p~ rt of t he ill<cri[>l iclll itself:
frOmst~~~teo~~f~;:7r~~;;.~: :/~~;~~~ , ~,~~;~~::;;: and . plaCf! the dh' id ing
t
1
,,572
"
.. 6, (l mit .. to" after "
';,
I "bl ~b. "
QRl jl p age a fter p., an~ pl,,(~ t h~ ", urlh, .. Mn . Cl eaver," wit hin
i
brackets, alld 011 11 1'1ie by t !::,!r. ~cl\·e ~ imm cdiat ely lJefure til e ill -
scription 10 her.
" 1i7 2 .. 8 , inUre a Il;\"idin~ ~trokp IIf!H" \>;;f~ !Jf."
" 1 3, i "s~Tt a (li,·i JIn~ ~froke III I-r .. ~ "a~_"
" 2 0, illsert:o. diviLlili b 3truJ..~ a'te'r " ~.tc'eLl. "
.. 2G, i'lI,rt !l. L1ivitlill !!; ,tr,,~ e alter ••• " ay,"
., LiS IJ !i , fv,' lJ'f)O) Ll', reml LI"O, 1.1.

r n t!'ln:u ... r TlU. Qrl lCl or" rllt: UII~lJ Ilt· lI .D~t'.,· )J"1I t1l!vr·nr:t:ET, DL-Il Ll~.
REPOItrS OF [OR FROm COUNTIES.

COU NTY ANTR I M .

r a r lsh of' Billy .

I n the churchyard : -

U H er~Lietll ! The florly of I :,rr. l .Toll~ W.\.u::r.n. who I


Departed this Life I The 1th-day of J anry•• I 16(jj, aA"ed
8 G ) 'c:aI'5. [ In t his place ; at 111.\" J own I'l'gest; I am here I
laid down to sleep: I In hope une day tv I I:ise ag-ai u my
S avj I Ollr Chl'i"t to meet. \ :\.n. let no person demo I
Ii ~b t his at th eir p ~ri l. I Cut ill J:IIl~ I j51:' ~
~ . Da te and age inserted 19 yelll'S :I[tt'I'I\'nrds,)
[From ThoU1J.:> Dr~ w, Esq., R.n. A.]

I This parish i~ celebl"!lted ~s~y!'l Low i ~ ' for a battle which was foug hlon

the A ura )f uullt:lin, net" cen t he :il l acQnillans and tile ~ ll\cD ("Dnclls , ill
which the former were dcfe:tted. ~lollnt Aura is 1,530 feet ill h ei~ ht.
' The church was rebuilt ill 1733 chidly at the expellse of ttle 1.1te Earl
M acartney j the J: om:m C:nhuiic chapel \Ias built ill 17::'5.'
:-'l r. Ewart :';:l~'s : -'Thc p.·CSl'llt c11L\l·ch 11'."1.5 c0I1~ccrl1te,1 abont 18-18.
I T he incumhellt (in I bti6) was the l:ev. T. l~. Scalll:m, T.C.D.; oro.
18i O; indo 18 ~O.
~Fonm:K I ~Cl')rnr.!IoTS.

If:e..... Dr. - ~l :1rtill, np\". H. :'.l'Xeile, I-:t' \,cri'nd F. Dobbs. nc\'o s.


Ilunter, Vicar, l&b; l:cctur, 1831.
')- (ll:1U: 1I Ct:lc-\TE.
I Rev. J:lrw.'~ O'flam:
Mural tablet in Lo ughguile Church, E. gable, incised letters:-

II SACRED I TO THE :!oIE:'>IOHY OF I ELLEN I WIFE


OF GEORGE l.IACAItTi\EY \ OF LISSA:'-OURE
CASTLE COU-:\,TY AXl'Rlll I AND LO\YTilER LODGE
CQU:\,TY DUDLI:-.r ESQH. I WHO WHILST SHE WAS
UKEQUALLED Dj' ALL TilE RtLATIO);"S I OF
DAl'GHTEH, ·WIFE, :'>lOTIlER AXD FRIExn NEVER
FORG01' HEn \ FIll.ST Dl'TY WAS TO HER CREATOR
AND PLACED nEll. HOl'Eg I OF A BLISS}'tTL
RESURHECTIO::-i l.~l'O); TilE I I101,Y rnO"lISES OF
IIER REDEE)..\ER AS I CO:\TAl~ED IX HIS SACRED
GOSPEL I SHE \VAl,; sr:o.DlO)'ETJ 11X ALL THE
FUL:\ES S OF HEALTH I (Bt:'T WITIlOt.:'T SUFFE RIXG)
TO A);QTIlER I AXD A lIETTF.R WORLD BY TIlE
AWFUL Y£T :o.I ERC IFt:L I DECREE OF A:"i ALL WISE
PROV[D E::>oCE 0);" THE 51'11 OF OCT. lS4i IOWJ);"G
TO TIlE ACCIDE);"TAL EXl'1.0:'10); OF .\ I QrA:-.iTITY
OJ.' GU:,\ POWDER AT LISS,\:\'Ol.'nr..-nELOYED A~D

DEEPLY L\)IE~TED DY IUI:H sonnOWI~G FAMILY


A~D I ALL '...-lIO KXEW 111:11 WORTII, I liEn R£:o.1.\j:":8
ARE JXT EUREIJ 1:-': TIl E. I :-;Ol'Tli WEST AXGLE OF
THE Fk"ILY nrltY l:\, fi GROL';-;D IIX TUE :SA!!lE ·
TO:'oIB WJTH THO SE O~' .\ F.·\\'Ol'RI T E CHILD I
GEOI1GIXA ALES ,\XDlUX,\ I 'YIIQ DEPARTED
THI S LIFE AT j.o rfili (~ !'I LE COTT,\(;:r: I ArT~n A
LIXCiERIXG AXIl I'AI:'\' Fl' I. II.I, XL~ S \ 0:0; THE
~(iTII DA.Y OF F EBIl 1.: Al1.Y l~l/l,\l ;}: 1l ~ YL\R~
,\:\'D 4. :'olOX T II S."
'This is th e buri.1.I·pl'lcc of th e Antrim family. An or;\tor.v WII.~ bu ilt
here in the year 162 1, by Randolph )blcUonnell, Rarl of Autrim!

CIJURCU P [, ,\ U:.
A Chalice, engl'aved -
"E,x' dono Georgii Comiti de JIaca rtnry
Ecclesiac l'aroellaili de Lochgule J 801."
Paten, (j in ches in diam eter, hafl the fl:tme inilcription a il tllc chnlice.
The church was built in t he yen\' 1733 .

l\J UJ'al t ablet in S. wall : -


Crest-Hand gra;;ping It rose ; coronet •
.Motto-" 1\1 ens cOllscia Tccti."
"SACR ED 1 TO THE )I E:'lO RY OF' I GEORGE
EARL Of' ~IACArrTXEY 1 O-F Ll SS ANOt'RE 1
KXIGUT OF TilE BATH 1 A:>:n OF THE WlIITP. EAG LE
OF POLAX D, I WHO AFT E R lI ,-\ YIX G F1L L ED 1 :\fAXY
HIGH A XD DIPQ R TA ..... T OrF rC ES llX ALL P ARTS
UF TIl E GLO B E, \ WIT.H I11STI ..... GUI~I1ED nOXOR 1
TO HDlSEL F, 1 A XD WITH GREAT ADVA:-.T TAGE 1
TO HJ S COUNTRY, 1DIED )I A RCH l~ O(j .1 AGF.D (i s . I
ALSO j TO THE )IEllORY OF 1 JAX E HI S WID OW, I
2~n DA UG IlT L: K OF JOH~ EARL OF' BUTE,
K.G.j SHE DIED )IARClI 1828. I AGE D 83."
[IHcised lette!',;.]

Mural tablet in ~. wall:-


[Coat-of~arm s same as that on tablet to Earl Jf acartnl'Y.]
"SACRBD I TO
THE )IE'-lOIn: OF I Til E REYD.
TRAY El{;S IIU.\lE D.D. \ WHO DIED JUL Y 17TH
1SO:; I AG ED 48. 1 ALSO I OF ELIZ.-\.BET II IllS;;
WI FE, j XI F.CE A;\'D Il E IRE SS OF I GEORGE
E.\RL Of' ~L\C.-\l!.rXEY.1 ~ 1lF. DlEn ArGT . :?XD
H;25.1 AGED G.t. 1 A~' n Of" I ARTllVR TH EIR
YoCXCa;ST SO;': 1'\'110 nll::D JA:"l'.\K\, bT U 15 14. I
ACi E D IJ. ~'
~ lnc i !5(,u letter". ~
'ARMORIAL BEARl:-lG FRO)I TO)tBnOSE.S I~ THE GnAVF.TAllD nF TE~IPL £­
PA'rnI CK, WITU s,, ~ n: F'\~J1t.\' l'il>TE!>,
DT FRAl\CtS JUS £!" II IHGGEI:, .... l{ll}{IJ::, BELFA ST.
[See alll,excd P13te.]
1. 'DALRTuru:, 1740.-There a1'O no members of t il is family now in
the p:ll'ish, nor ban thCIXl been within r ecc lLt recollection. Tile old :--:cssion
l~ook , nnder Ihe dal e J uly 27, l tifij', records the att enlia ncc of J a mes
Dalrymple. to wholll t his stOllO ,vas pruLauly erected. The urm s are Ollt
'\'Cry boldly nU ll in extra high re liel~ Ti,e Ellpporters nre dimiuutive, and
it would ue intcl'c,:;ting to klll'w if they nrc the llsual s upporters of th o)
Dalrymple arm s. An explanation of the lIl ottO, " l~ C g:1 ill," woul d al"o be
interc.:;ting-. The arms nre: au c:.l gle dl,.;pl.lycd; OIl a sinister canton ll.
fiworci :ulll :1 hnton ill S:lliire, Surm olillting the sh ield an csq uire's helm et
facing to the siniste r with mnntlin g. L'rt':;t : a hanJ }IQldillf:; a cross c!'Oss -
let fitch 6e. Supporters: two Illen in long tl1l1i c.~ , each holdill~ a halIJcrt,
the Illtntlie resting on ground . On a cO lupartment bcnea th the shield,
to t:eg:l. ill ." {Issuing from th e exteriOl' .!; iucl' of the sh ielli, three ileurs -
de·I)"'.)
2 •• KE~ :n:r,y, 1Gg'j .-This stolle lies :B:;l f, within !In imn e nclosure, stele
by siJe with th e g n1y e.;:t oll c oftlle I~ ...\-, JV~ IAS " 'UCI I, the gram.l so n of
John Knox, The n e\'. Allthony Kenlledy m lS 0. !'r'esi'yterian Ministe l' at
TCDlpl .: p~t l"i ck, iJeiug ordain ed i:1 I G·! 'j" . Th e stone !Jus uufortunately bee n
broken new ss, bu t orhcn ri';:l! is in gooli pICSel" \':lliUll; it is of l"Cd S;\lHlstO Il C.
and th e anns nre well cut aud ueallti fully ]lruIIOI'lioned, rendering a fine
nppt'UI":\llce •
• Underneath the anns, which occ upy the cutire uppcr half of the faec of
the stull C, is the fullowing Latin iUSCl'ipti ull, wlJ ich is ~i",clI hecause it is
the ouly Latin epitaph of allY a;;e in eitiler TeTllplcp~tl'i ck or Cum-
D1oocy':-
.. m t; i:G~ ~ O ~lJ@ iW lj\,jOlJu ~~~iWQ:7][~nDU'\JlJ
~~AlJij «;ij jlJ~~1:~ ~ mij @~tl V];[j\~ ~~
1R8'::.U\l @U @]Vm ~ J\l']U,gl'm !K~ n1:rn: ]i) ,¥
@'!J.In 8'::.JlJ rF'A TJ 1'J l'JJ IPAlJm~] ] i:G@j\,J=
nNm~ 1W}:'~~j'yl i!,.iW@lJlf10& I[lJ 1
u tfBlB1dJ©, [P :L!UJ ~
ii'J1J]\J1dJ.§3 ,.i\:i\Jl'm§3,
©:rrf:}-]-Ql.Q:QlXI\}\:] ];'VJ\)\J@HJl w~m ~
·r A·f n~ , ICD:L'.n.J<S lDlO"llNJ iPiWlf1ij ~
lJ~:r .!i:IY~ , ~g~n. l':~JAL :wnmlp1..ij::8A'J'J1
~I[ ~A rtb )'J1 1'i!:§)J~ 'l'J]JN1M rF'm'E:~
U lf'lrPl ©1JAIf'JJ wno«;rrrE:~ [plFIj1.\:b~
--~~ -- -.--- ~~~--

@D«':AW~IF, 1P~@[wl\D©T\'lAWDlr [lJ


«':@[1,QlJH. @1iJ~(j\J] W]® ~'8lli:«': @@[1,l\D~
~AI;IR.llJ,,r~© ] ,"I:i;; IFJj~~A1': [Q)~ IFrFlAl'JlDlJ&:
1Fllli:«':lr@~nlll:«':"J~e,:IFl~ AQlJ"J Ib@~@
[lDUIb[n]; [P@u1iJ~lJ . @l\jl\j:r.J]
lJt\.':,!f'J:Q)~!w.I ~mr;~:fl& r;[}j]J.lU~"JJjj\JJ
[lllIFlA~@D~A:RJ]l@ ~:jj" ©'Hl~~~u@
WDW~ !i'J @@ Il'JlI!1l[1,uA~ £'-1!flll Dl!JJJiI~
@@i!lJlD'fil@ [1,l\D~IFlAW~F1JW, ~WI!1l :lVJ
~I!1lWJ1'7J@ ~'Pm~ui\!J]'Jl IPJillrlf.lO ~~ u
\\JJllFlA!f'l® 1I?1[]la:0n, Il1JJ,"J:.Ql&:~~Il'JJ)~
l6()7 Arrm:Q) Alll:uAIFD~
~ ~[pllr~l'Jl IBJ'l. D~
83,"
' The 3l"IllS are :- Quartedv 1st and 4th a clle\'ron between three cross
cross leIs fi ldl ee within a uo,.JlJre 2nt! :i.lill Srt! th ree 1l1.!1lI1i-de-lys. In t it\)
fees poillt 311 ill e:,clll cbeon Ch:lfgctl ' I ilh a crC;:C('lIt. ~uriflO:lDt i llg: tIle
sllielrl an e~qllirc'~ helmet " ' ji lt m:mlling. Crc~t : !\ hand holJ ing a scimi-
t ilT. ~llppO I'ICrs : Iwo men in loilg t\ltlics (?), e;l~h II<Jltling: ill his exterior
h;~11l1 3 ~ w ord. .\lotto 011 sCrfllI nnd er arllls: •• Flliruus."
~. • J:t;!'K, 18 :? 3. -Tl lis is the nl(1st r cc,~n t of the armorial stOIlC ... , and
is t he w o r~ t dm\\ n. The f.ltll ily still lives ill th e neighbolll'hood, the
pre.!'cilt re Jlr6l'nta tjH'~ Ll' ing r e;<pec t:\ bl~ fal'mel":>-. TIl(~ r(l i ~ 3. pbcc called.
l : u ~ k;< to\\'u c k\,~e to l\: ll O\\-t'iLC:ad. ill th e \l:tris h, Th e arLll S arc cu t illn SllI all
p:mel all tbe face of a laL' ~e I'",J ~.lnd~tnllr; tIl l')' arc : 3 gad J ill ch irf two
Ca llies r('garJin :; (,;1(;11 t'lhe r (the mal·gin (.f the :,IJ ii;lli conleu). Crest :
reHiug O!I the .;:hield l\ grifiilL's heMI CT:1:.d, with IlJ:l lll lillO' :;prill;.; illg from
Lehiu u the wre;\th. ~l o!tu 0,'('1" crest: h ,"c!"tutus ,d ur iu:> Ull'rcis."'"
4.• LOG II. I ti ij'.-TI,i:; f:tmily uallle has p.l%tJ\lWlI.\· fro UI the pt!li,.h.
The ar ms 3.,'C \·t'I'~· boldly Clit 011 t1 Jo(~ face uf ;l :- c1101~· S:III1h"tune i tI,e.v
(,ecupy the il ppl'r 11 31!' uf tt I:u·gc ::::OIlC. whic h l i c~ tht. a lld arC n " ')' itll-
I'H ~illJ;. T h<'y are : :1 sahile e"t: I';l ikJ belIn-en !liree 3w:ms lI[,LIUI, tw o in
lI 'l1k~ ;111.1 OIl!' in ";\~e; ~1I1"11H111!L [ jJl~ ti ll' ~lli {' I,l jIJ e~qll il' c'" lL \'l n1" t auJ
"itll Lc ,IJ m:llll iill,:": , Lu[ 110 CI·e,, !. "lh (' ~e a\"[lJ ~ are ~illli L1 r t(J tiLe
lll t";lti!
Lu,,;hs vf ] lnLtw, :::' c"lbl!d ,'
5.••\i ·); L1LLY. 17 1l1.-Tl,b f;ll1liiy is now sc,u"('c ill the parhll. and
- - - - - ._- --_.. __ . ----- -- -
• 'C'lo' c 10 Illi.'> SI(lIl~ lL~~ tIL .. b,"\:" (lr \\ ,llilLm ( Jrf, II 1,0) ~ Il~ t.vru t ~ ll rrH:, "" to
. t- J n~nTrt'e ll"ll nr 1, \1"', "- :,,,"t' d. >llh .·ll~~ l!"" i.. ...;,It".c r!. " l;,m r n,bH {In," to ~!c ..
r >lHh'rlll <'h HI 11.111 IHru,;:.;I,';
r
i
I
the gravestone bas passed, in the female line, to tb e Biggers of Ardric.
t:nre rtunately, the old gtotle be:lI'ing these arDIS was dest royed some yea l':)
~:;o . upon the building of an =tdj oining gr:1l"e. The present fl OlJe bears
oa! c 180 7. T wo membc\." J)r t big falJlilr WCI'C "Eldel's of Session of
Tcmplep:."Itricke, bcir,g publickly aJmincd nnd s\\'orne ", t. pl'n~'e r and
fas lin g ye 2trl day of Kober., being ye Lord's Day J 646 ." A )!'~eillr
Was at the Siege of D eny. uuder Colouel Upton, t he squil'c of the parish,
an d rctlll'ned safe to his. na tive plnce. T he family had rcsi(lcl1ces at
!I1nckamol'c, Caru·Greillc, anu T he Trench, ~Ioylu~k . 'rite arllls :Irc: a
iYUl V1 l:1.d, sails furl ed, on a. chief a Dlullet, surmollllting th e arms an esquire's
helmet with mnntJiug Cl"c::;t, an arm in armour eUlLowed llOldiug: a sword.
110tto o\'er crest: .. Vincerc vel DlOri. '"
6. 'I-h:I'.lJ:JAI", I i22.- The illscription on this s tolle is in mCl:n ory of
"Jean )I'Le1"oy, wife of John Henlulan," so it is presulIl cd th e arlils nrc
lbose of II cn l man, They are boM!,}' cut ill a panel on t he face of a 1'"\I"ge
sandstone. Th e! a rms arc : per feSi5 the ch ief per pale charged with t wo
5tags' heads cabo:5sed; in base the three legs of man. SlIllllounting
Ehield all esquire's helmet with wreatb and mantling (but no crest). OU!l
compartment bcueatli :U'1ll3 the 11I ulto ; ,. )!CllIcutO 1I1 od" (n ot arIllOl'inl):
7. q\:U.PATHl CK, 1 HO,_Thc D:lmC i::: now extiuct in the p:u'js\!; th e
Wamocks ofCal'lllall are re pr~sellta ti\'es ill t ~c f~nHl le line. T his family
(related to the )I ' ~ eil\ys) II';\:> ill direct dcscen t from that Kil patrick th e
friend of J;ruce who, aLout 1303, before t he l li~IL ah ar of th e Church of
the i\linorites, in Dmnfrie5, fin ished the a"s!l ssin:ttioll of Comy u! commenced
by lirnee. Kilpatrick he,ud Brucc say, " I doubt I h uve slain tIle l!ed
Comyn," and Le hastily replied, .\ I'll mak sickel" " (l willm uke slln~).
T his has si nce been the Kilpatrick mollo. J oseph l~ilJlatrick was prJ.ct i-
cally milled in th e InSlII"l"cctioll of I i ~)8 ; th e soldicl"s iJul'Ucd his hOllse ill
Ballychm:, also 1iis fact ory, cOlltniuiug onc huUtlrcu spinnill g wh etls, m.lde
fOl' the Lin eu Association, nud oDcred a reward fur t he capture of Ilis sou
Hobert, \r!10 'Was an associate of lIenry J oy ~l a!;Cracken. The anlls are
deeply cut on the back of a sUl ali reu sfllllIslone i tl)(~y al"(~: n lIlall on
bOl"5e lmck holding a swo rd, in chief to;rO st,IXCS in salticr e ng-rai led; 5111'-
moullting th e sh ield all e:;quirc":; helmet wi tll mantling". Crest : a. si ni 5tcr
band boldi:Jg ,,\ sword plIimin; to the dexter. Emblems of mortality
beneath the shield. S upporters; t\'\'o dm:;ous ( ?) sallS wings amI fcet.'
I In conclusiou, it j:; hopetl any sli,~ ht errors that may have cropped iu ,

will be forgiven , 35 the lime a.t th e di ~ po:sal of tli e writa was limi ted. The
writer is indeLted f.'1" Ill Ucll inrollilatiou to his frieud.;;, W. F. )'I'IOBoe)"
of Carum oncy, .'m d A, Pedell , of TCllllJ Jq);l trick. The illll.;;tra.tions are
from rlI hhillg,; made last ~lllllllle l"; Ilnll t h l~ writ..: !"'s hest th:lll k,; are hi ven
t o hi.! flil'ud, J ollil \ 'b lycou.L, ~1. 1: "L.\ ., f01" mn ch hCI'.l\,i ic iutol"lh3tion:

John P. P rclldcrg:"l.st, in lIis work on the .1 Tory \Var in


Ulstcl'," states that ill the sp;h.:e of Ilille years_frolll I t;~O to
16US- eig hty tb o u~nnd sm~,11 ~~ o tt.:h •. ~\ Jycn tul'cl':;j " came into
different jlans of Irela nd , but clli dly into U !:', kr .
COUNTY ARMAGH.

Un llYPloyer I"vrl~h. [See 'Vol. i., p. 296.j


'The nook of Arm agh, calkd hy the nath'cs the Canolli Phadruig', was
regard ed by th e I ri .sh as all article of so grer.t "alue, that its safe steward.
ship became an hE:>TCditary office of di g: tl ity in a ram il)' connected with the
CllllfCh of .-\l' m3~h , who dCl'i\'cLi theil- name, [ll ae 1I1 oyre, or u .son of the
Steward," fr om t his CiT(':ums tan ce, 31\d, as :l remnne ration, held no less than
eight t owu lands in Coullt y of Armagh, st ill known 3 5 the la uds of Bally -
,M ac Moyrc 01' :\1:\c ~I o)"l'c's t 0 1yn, or, morc common ly, H<llIYlIloyer, Hally_
myrc, Hallywecr. ., ~Jn.or" in Irish (alls wc lill g to the English" Mayor ")
~ignifics a Cus todl'c; nn ll to that wh ol e flllnil.v \V a:! applied the common
appellation of :'o]aor ua cla uou, th nt is, CU!'loJee or \\~ anl etl of the Canons.-
Ba,lIym o_\-el' was a perpetual curacy beloll gi ug to tlte Hector), of Armag h up
to the iJj"establishmcnt, which fnet ~e em s trace able to what is mC htioneJ
above as to l\lac ;'o.l oycl" ,. gll arJi anship of the chi ef trcaSll1'e of the Chul'ch
of Armagh, for lla llymoyer lies ~o lJl e ten mile,. tc! the soutb of ArUlagh
I'arish, Cli t off from the mother p ari ~h.
'I cannot find a ny Vean of Armagh l1 ~wl!' d "Dllmville," Lord Visco unt
Lilford was Deall fro m 1796 to Lcvoud J f.2 0.'
[Fr; m t he I~e v. Alc!tlUlder Ir win, Armagh.]

I-:KU .. b Chur(')l~ard_

"HERE LIETII THE I nODY OF L\)IES I DONSELLY


WHO I DI ED IUELY TilE 4 I 17 5G AGED 2 S."

the'~~.l";\:"~I:~~~~;:Pti'~'~lei:e ~n :u~I~~~n:I~~I1::\~Il~!'r~~~(~i~:n~ ~~;~~~~:.nd .over


'Thi~ .stolle is to be fvlllHl ill E t!1i~h clIIJrcll ~"arr1 ; it origi nally cost
I7 J 0,:" the monf'Y b('ing "ClI t from ~ jlain hI pnc a stolle Over th e fil""t of
the lJon nd ly fam ily thnt ,: hould ,Ile. :-'"wml 1:ll l1 ilie,. of the name reside
ill tile loca lity ; tll e ~' a re all p our , lUl, 1 "11\;\1] {.trlll": ..';, OUt tl"nee tl lei r de~ce nt
lme k to old Iri:o h families who. , hc\, : 1~ S l!If. J )(,~s('~:l! d at ODe time thirteen
()r f"urkC I) l Oll ubnl}" in th e l,w;1i t.". 'I h,...y :d~o a"~~('ft they are the
J~~c"n\ lallt, of One wh o, \\ Jl en tl l'pl"):H"h:. :! t ile ~hO I"t'5 of Ir,·hmd, cut off
l'h it"I:I ,1 :111,1 11u"('w it fill i' h nre. ill " r,I"'!" t ,) he t l l!~ tir"~ t to t ouch la lld _ You
\I ill I,t' fllllilh r with the ~tory of tlli" t'\"l.'u t ; bellcc the h:lIl1.1 ntHi JaO-ol'r
() Il thl' :s. t " IIC•
• T fwI"I' ;lrl' th o:' r ll i n!> (, f an ollll"1lllfl·h lH' rl' , t ill' belt of which is still ill
all 1l, lj'lilliIl6 1 IO u ~e , with the da:c J jJ :- lIpon it. The oll i)" ul!corntiou on
th e bell is a band of "llle leaves and bUlldl of grapes fUlIlling round it , Lut
no i n~crjption .
• There is au old c ross in this cllllrchyard; a. picture of it was gi\'ell in
the J our llfll of the noyaJ Society of Antiqunl'ies, some year" agl}.
"nere are a few old stoDes j the old c~t ha~ th e date ] 737 on it.'
[From ~Ir. C. J. Hobson, C.:J.r!ow, 1892. J

COU NTY CARLOW.

I TUE rA ROC IHAL RECORDS OF THE DllleF:Se OF LEIG H LIN , SIfOWll\G TII&
nATES OF 'III E PARIS H lt F.G 1STEllS OF Tlm ABO\'E CUONn' :

'7'he. Date8 of tlte R~t'.(),.d,s tlwt al'e. Iwt in tile. Public Record OTlice. Ilave.
be.t.II lul:enfl·om i lll;e.lllories 7'clurlltd b!J tAe Parochial Officers.'

P/Lfi~he",. Chun)Le~ llapli~rn,s ]'JnrrjaS:t!~ 1~


-!
1County :,"Ub j I

Agh .. . . . . ! CallOW I ( SecDLl nlecknc») ----


,Aghade &; r\,dn;"t:m
.~gh old [& Clccrin] l"
, 2
1
li-l O-1 S;7 17.,l,U- 1856 IHO-1877

Kil coleillan '" n 3 1700_Hf/5 IjOO- 18- liOO- I S 75


.Anlo)ne •.• ••. 1 1~ .j5-l:;7 . 18:35-1 870 I S35-1b77
Ballo ll ...... -! (S ee A g ll:lc1e) 1838-18 78
~!~II~~gh ••• I~ ~ ! ~~~= ! ~~~ Ib ,;;:;-l S79
Carlow... ' 5 i 17-4-1-b / 5 17 '1-1-1 8 ~5 li H- l ,575

~!~~~~:!~e or&>ni,
IJu;.l c\:k lley, A g ha~
" I· ~ Im~~m~ im~m~ lm~i~~~
& Bagellal,;towo .') li DI-1 8 j fi 1.91_1 84 5 179 1- 1876
F ellaght
Gilucrtstowli 1-
I 4 Il l ~0~_ISj"5 J ~U~ -1 ~ 15
(:'ee .\g haJe)
I
Ib1.l9-ltj75

113('kl!t stown
ll .n"olu:o lown
J\cl1istown ...
' ' 1'
:lIId I
' I 2
3
I
1790-1877
1 ~O J-lb7~
1709- 1Sj;J 1709-1877
bO..J.-IM'" 11:I1V_lbbO
KiJl c ~ 11ill & Gmit;lIl' 3 I ':i2 ~-lSju 1/:'2..J._l b-45 I l e;2-1 -1S7<>

• f ur l'aiuslu1'I-a, S Lrule, !I ud ~ Ie "l \' abo .


t TUH'- IIrc a. few ~ ul ri ~", OIJ l o o ~e i"' IlH ~ , l';l;{j -l i-on.
: I n Gll·nd r.lo ut;h lJ l" cl· ~e .
II)

Puddles, Clum:ut:,; ! CIJUll ty Ivot-/ B:.tpti~IUS Buri al~

I\i!t l' unellautl Rally -


elliu ••• Carlow 1837-1 875 11837-1 875 1838-1 875
l\i uncagb! l S:!B-18i 6 1 -
Leighiill lll"ilige . •• (:-'ee 1JlIIlIeckllcy aud "'ell:;;)
LvnlOi ami D.lllyellin " 180 -1-1 $75 1 ) "Ol-lt:lj";) ] ):; U-1-1 8 75
)lyshall .•. 18 14_ 187° 1 1815_ 1ti55 JS' JG-l ~ 71
!\urncy,t.: TcUlplepetcl" " 18:W-I Si8 1;;:! I-l ~ 'j2 IS:?O_ 1877
Old Leighlin amI ~ o · !j' bl- b O-l l S3S-1 S j9 183 7-1 di 9
Leig:llliu f P:lJ7-1 ,, ~~ -
P aillC;$towli nnd I 1 :-;;j~:-l ti 7-l I 1833- 18-15 1833- ISi!
S t. Ann':) f IS59-1 ti i5
nat b"illy auJ J:ahilJ,
~trab oc 18:?6-1 S75 18ZG- I SJ 5 1826-1875
St. )Iullills 18;3 t-I Si 5 1 S3Fi-l S58 1:::!36- H:I74
Stap!e~towll t 17D I-1 8; 6 I j ~ 1 -I S j4 1791-1Si6
Tullow •• • 1696-1 875 1696 -16J5 1696-1875
Ur ~lin (l:utland) 1
Ki ll eri);
Grilngefol'th Ch.
Sl " Ii I O-l Sj:f 1715-1 877 1715-1 877

Well:! & ~KiIlellallC " 1802-1 876 1 ~ 03_ 1 Sli l 1802_1 876
I

~Rllylm ocl;.nll ('lIurch.

This Lurial.groUIHl i5 round tL,(' pre5ell t church, on the hill


on th e "r.
side of t he Hh-e r Darrow, at the S.\\". entrance of
the \'iIl~l g 0 of Leighli n.
"Il ,t.:HE. LYET II • TUE. con ...' . [OF] IIYGII
DOH'LIXG I WI-lO . D E O:A st D. TilE G. DAY.
O}O' I OC 'l'OllBH . 171 :?'J
lFfom r:Jan.J

.. Here lielb the e,\rth of I:O&f.I'T C.l.lu:\\",


+ I ,]i t'd ~\ r ril I ~t 1 j 55
a,;.·d I-t. :::i n\!L' lll l' I yeo.r l: jLlu t .) t lli:; 1-;-;-:; Ld:;liliu
Lridoc I W:l:; !Iv! Wi l ilVul the lI;lUi C vf C:u cw."
[I:yan.]
• Ou ~ ," v lmu .. lo·nl.! II. C'!',' ; II,,,. Qr.,:-il, ••1 i,. }...-,;I.
t lu clo ,l iu " IJ.!lliu IU::.J rn,:. Tul! "Wlll.i:,,:-U:.I:'HL , IUl'j jit;lI' c r(o :~I; e.
~ ":,Iff'" .r ~ ~ ...lll(, ~.lrll<'T ('t/ lnf'>; III u,~ "0 1.1 1.CI.;iJl!:\·· L ") \;. ~ . Kil1" u l< l.c is aJd!l
Inclu.I.J til f <! .
11

1. H. S.
" Und erneat h this tomb doth lie
As milch \ ' irtIl C as could die.
Wh en ali ve diJ " Jgour gi ve
To 3':; much beau t)' as c0uld Jiv e.
Mrs. C. . TllI~ Rl !'H~ :-'I OIJlu:: Li\!iE Qlle of th e I cclc Lrated ~Iiss
I
O'lh:IltN J::s of Dllb!iu tl cparted thi.:; life ::!j"th of JUli e 1 i U-i I
aged SG years, and may h ": I' soul I'C5 t I ill pC'ace. Am ell ."

[I have sea rch ed fur, but as yet hav!.! failet! to discover, thi:l
stone.-P. D. V.]

In all enclosu re openi ng off the ge nera1 bur ial-ground, on its


50U thsiJe, is a tomb!;tone iH sc ri bed to the m emory of
"JOliN STEW,UI.T, E ~ q. dieu October tlt e '23rd 11 8 19 agt'd 6:3
I
year". Altbo ugh the tie between th ern is ill th is li fe bI'Okt:ll,
I
his widow sorrows not n:! one withuut hope, trustiu g tlull..
!
th eir haw)' l'euui UII will tJ.ke (.Ilace ill 1J1es.,;cu huw ortuJi ty
tiuo the LOIJ Jesus Christ. ,.
:\ot to record hi s well knO IVU wort h I but tu gmti fy their
own feelings this monument I is erected t ll t ile memory of the
deccased I by h is attached will ow, and hi:; aif.::c ti oll.lte son."

The late ),11". R obe rt :'-Ialcomson has drawn my attention to


tIl e iU€lltity of certai l! me morial inscription::; in }llaCCS anu at
time::> far distant.
H e mentions the epitaph in Ballyknockan churchyard at
L eig blin Bridge, COUlity Carlow, given by Ryan in It\ ;j:j. 011
;\lr8. Catherille ~l ourlj Lan e's tumb, dated 17~ ·1, Wb Olll RYan
calb .. olle of the celeb rated ~li:i:) O'Beiru t!s of Du blin," ~uJ
COlUlllCn<;illg:_

" Unde rneath this tomb Joll! lie," &c.

It ill a lon g ju mp from Lc igh lill Bricige to PrestwolJ in


L eice1'..ter.-; ilire j fU I' t llere, 0 11 a IUOIlUml'llt to P enelope P ac kc,
dau g h tt'r of Cliftu n P ackc. wllo lll:lrril'~1 l~i c h:1nl \ rert1 (,y [uftl.:r-
wa rds Lord \ri l\uu;;ld),\" de n ruukl..'] , ~llj(l dit:!ll :>1 :- [ Au g ust,
17iti, ill tile l tith year of JI\!r ~ge , the iuscripLioll COJl c\uJc::;
with the very sa ill e words.
12

Dull,"knocli..on.
The following n.re in the churchyard :-

t
1. H. S.
U HERE LIRTH TilE nODY @i
TDtOTH), GOR~lACA~ W }.]5.l
DEPARTED 'rill S LlFE THE
20TH DAy OF APH1L 1733 AG l
68 YEAHS,
As aboe the body of bis SOIl
Aug ustin Gormacall who
erected this, alld 'leparted
this life the 10'" da\'
of Ma y 1737 aged 38 years
And also the body of
;\Iary Gormac311 ali~s~
Nash th e wife of Timothy
Gormacan a uel
lIIotber of Allgustill afol'esaid
who departed 'this life ;no. ,ntered]
Also 11arl' his mother who died
ill DecemiJer I 1742, and his wife
Mary "ho died the 21 " February I
17(,7,
Thomas his SOIl who died January .......
[no date t'lltered J
The upper ri gh t-hand corn er of the ~ t u n e is broken.
The above is on a tItle aita f-t olllh of bb('k ull polii'hed marble,
with rich lIIouldillg's; it i!; about I; fn' t iOllg b~' 3 fe et Ii in c-hes
wide, and is situated at the c).trl'IlH: ); .E . cum"r of the Lurial-
ground.

Next it, to tb e sO:J.th, IS <.'l. tlu ll!- tllmi )"tonc, illscribed-


"Ercct('ll b~' JOII ~ I',H "' ~: (of I\il..:rl.' n,'· in I
nwmor~' cf his
F ll l iler ,l OSEPlI 1'.'1\':;1:. d ~ ... "i~ \ '. \ i:'.: tu " or: l ',\r.',j;
alias 1I1:IGG "II.., d"VAn'l I t:;· air\.' h~t:t'IU!,(' r 25 11\ l~Ol
age,1 4 S J l.'.lr~ I .\I.u Illl' at''' '''lJ:l'Il,·d .1 " 1;:' 1'.0-"'.' of
hill I grcuy 'I ho \~l.'i' I l l,;:: hie ,1 3.:lII"I'Y J ::, :1' J o:!U."
13

On a. sm'ln uprig ht ~to lle , rntl~' b u l'i ed ill the gruund, aHd
with an indented top. i3-

"HRRE LIETH THE BODY


OF 'VILL1A:\l CAIlEW W
no DECEASED TilE ]3 OF
OCTO li 22 AGED YE.,s no
and also the body of his wife
~Iary who deceased the] 0 of
Fabrn"ry [sic] 1700. And
also the body of their son Piree [sic]
who deceased the 10 of au;?;\1>t Ii 18
aged21 years. Erected bythesaidson
J ohn Carew."

This inscription is only plrtially g ive n by Dr. Rran. and not


t·erbatim. The first part of th e inscription is in large capitals;
the latter part in small ordinary type.

"PATRIC&: BUI:KO: of Leighlin Augt. 1821, aged 88 years."

U Erected bv Rltl DGr:: T D.-\f!K£ R. of Braidwood, J\ustralia, in


memory ~f I hel" Father )laCU,H:L HOWE, of BallYliolan,
who departed this life J il ly 4th, JSti;j, aged 52 years."
(An upright stone.)

"CA.TH E'" '' GEYHI:'i di ed 17th Ocfoher li31, aged 17 years."


[.-\. flat stooe.]

US .'RAU GEYllI,," ~ls LYSCII di eJ 27 ,April 1724, aged 16


years. .-\1:.0 I' .HI:1CIi. h CI· 50n."

"11 ('1"1' I.ieth th e Bon: ' of \\"II.LI \~I CAL!)!':I! wh o IJ .:' I'a rl e,j
this li fe the (ith (.1 Allglb t 1 i ~'-'I agl:d ;~I y~al.~."
[A fl at ~tor.e.]
Xo one of the nam e 1I 0W in die p~rish.
1-1
I. H. S.
" This stone wns erected by J.UIF.S TATLO CK in memory Qf
his son WTLLIA~I T.HLOCK, who departed t his life October
the 15th [?: 1730 [?J. aged 25 years."
"A lso J.\~tES T.\TLOCK his Father, who departed th:s life
tbe 8th Febru.try li 8S , aged 70 year.:',"
"Lord h:J.ve mercy on thei r souls."

I. Erected by P. HAYEs, J.P., I The Oaks, St. Leonard's,


SydOCYl I iLl memory of his Father I Jorrs HAYES, who
died l ~ April l oSS, I aged (i3 ycar.... IU.P,"
[An upright stone.]

II J AllES DWYEn died Oct. 18th, 1838, aged 72 years.


Mrs. ~I'\p.y L.,\.WE died ••.. 183:!." &c. &eo

cnURCll rLATE, &c.

A Flagon, rlatcu, ghoen by Dean J :ls. Lyster, 1866.


A Cb.alice, :lUTer, inscriheJ-

"The Gift ~f tll e !fauble. S; "ery Reed.


RD. BOYLE BERNARD, /J ean of Leighlin,
to the Pur: of Wells, 1822."
A Paten , silver ; same imcription and d:lte.
A Collecting-.pb.te, br,\~51 the gift of tbe Yery l!ev. Dean LawJer
(circa I SG6).
A ean-ed oak Collecting-box , the gift of Dean L~-!ltl'f. 1856.
A long-hamlled copper Collect in;;- " ran/, inscribeu-

" Wells Parish, 1828."


The foot is of stone, alld modem.

At present there are no monnments within this church_

Uords '·a.-t .. h.
Ther e nrc t hee ~ i ly er Chalic('s nnrl three P 'ltens helonging
to the l{ oman Cath olic chapel o i this p.!rish _
h~ ig hf. fl.n ll richly ch:l sed.
!he I tr;c.<:t Ch :'t lice is :lbo ut 1'1 inchC3 in
1 he tw o other Chalice :; nre plain, nllLl sm311 t"r than tile fir::i t Lles::ri'rlL'II.
15

The first bears the following marks :lUJ inscl'iption-


"D. BERNARD CAVANAGII de BOTTis me
fieTifeeit, OTate 1'TO D: JA COBO PllELAN
Bpis. OSSOT., 1730."
llall-mark-S. W. 'Yeight] 5 . 3.

The other chalices are hall-mark ed 1. J. and D.


one of them is a mermaid with comb and glass and a ducal
"T. (?) ; on

crown; a cross, within which is a repre:3entation of the Cruci-


fixion; and the letters LN. R.I.
The hall-nnrks on this chalice are-
C. P., a Ilarp and Drit:mnia, and T. B. (the donor ?).

C;arlo\'\' Pud'h.
On a small mann rl of earth between two rows of houses, ana
raised about 8 fee t or 10 feet ab;ve the leyel of the sur-
rounding gronn d, and compl etely disconn ected with the present
burial-ground of the parish church (of whi ch it formerly
probably formed a par t ), are th e r emains of an altar-tomb. now
falling to ruin , for 'w ant of..a littl e care. The following is the
inscription on the top slab ;-
" [The burying-place of the family of Galbraith
of Old Derrig, Queen's County']
" Beneath this slone are deposited the bodies
of SA"cEL GALBHATTH Esqr. who
[died?] in the Hal'l i9:l aged 73 years
r also?J B E NJA;lIN BAKER G A LBRAITH Esq. son
[of the a IJ boye Samuel who died on the 24"
lonJ September 1821 aged 4 ~ years.
[.... ?J G A LBRAITH SOil o f the aboye B. B. G.
l Died? J Decr. 27 tll 1 8 ~1. nge d S months."
The left si de of this shb is broken ofi ; hence the words in
brack ets arc ncnciollt. T he hrad of the Man e is also broke n
off; it was originall:' abo ut 7 feet long nnd 4. fe~' t wide, un d
{) fee t in heigh t. It is the on ly tombsto ne on the monnd,
Lut other intermcll ts hft ye t ak~l1 place here, 1 am in fo r med .
View ofllu Cathedral of S t. L a=pr ial1.) County Carlow.
FOU1Uud A.D. G32.

This anci ent bu ild in g . . ,·as found ed ill the year aboye named,
by St. J.a7. crian, who died in th e year ();~ S.* It is situated
about eight mi les south of tIle town of Carlow, and at the foot
of the historic S lie . . oe,::\hrg:' range of hill s,
It is the cathed rnl church of the Dio cE'se of Lci g hlin, united
in the year I GOO to that of F erns, and toge ther with it united
to the Diocese of Ossory, and now presided over by the Right
Rev, \V. P ak enbam \Yal sh, D.D.
Grose, "'riting in 1i91 ("01. ii, p. :)2), gh'cs an aCCOunt of
this old cathed ral, an d says that Burchard, a Xorwegian, was
reckoned amon g~ t on e of th e princip:t1 benefactors of this
church, and he g ives hi s epitap h thus:-
tc Hie JACET HUMATUS DUX FUNDATOR
LENIA::: EN GORMUNDI BLJRCHARDUS
VIR GRATUS ECCLESI..-.E:."

Bishop H al'l ew in, ,,,110 goycrn eci thi s see fro m A.D. 1 :? ~ l to
1296, grant ed the inh:1bitants t heir "Burgage Hou ses " and
F ra nchi::.C's .
Th e arms of" l Tarlewin" may be seell ~ ll1r,n p t the H llr1l'!.and

• Or, a c ~onlin ;; til the :>!m.t n ('\'. Dr. COn> Hf"ni. (I I! I "' ~h Arril, i1!1 !l.
11

Cottoninn MSS. in the British :\!useum, ,·iz._u Flower de


1uces arg." - - . Another," Arg. a bar gules, three appl es";
3ml. a third, "A ress argo between three apples, or" - - . A
fou rth is g iven as "Az semee de fl eur-d e-I,vs arg."
Accordin g to the same author, the cathedral was burnt down
ill the clcveuth centnry. and rebuilt by Donat, the then bij hop,
shortly after the unh'al in Ireland of JGllg H enry II. He
states that Hishop Thomas [1252-1275?] hes towed prebcnds
on his canons; that Bishop Saunders [15~7_15.J9 ] erccted and
g lazed th e south windows; and Lllat Bi:;hops )'lel'cdith
[1589- 1597] and Vigors [1680-1721J were grea t bellefactors
to lim See. H e furth er states that" tile fnme of St. Lazerinu,
l"tIld the attention of his successors to the improYem cnt of the
cathedral, conecte~l numbers from cyery part, and made' Old
L eigh lin' n considerable town." It i:; 1I0W but a poor yjll ngc
of only a few houses, and with n o resident gcntt·y in or near it
except th e rector.
Further particulars of Old L eighlin and of the cathedral
will bc found in Sewftrd's "Topographia II ibernica .. of I 79.i,
anJ of the famous holy well deciiea terl to St. Laz erian, and of
all ancient cross near it, which still remains. H e adds, "thi:>
place W:IS fornJCrlya city, but is 1I 0 W a yery mean "illage/' and
states that it is reported that G u rnlll1ldus, a Danish prince,
II

was buried in this church; that it was burnt to the g round (it
is said by lig htnin g ) in _-\..D. 1060, aud wns rebuilt in 1~32, or,
accord::lg to other writ ers, between 11.58 and 1 US5, by Bishop
D onat.
He S2yS that the priory was built by Burchard , the Nor-
wegia n, ",110 was buried in the cathed ral; and he gh+es his
epitaph as abare, and strltes tllat St. Gobb::m also founded a
celeLl'ateJ abLey here for regular canaliS, in which a fa mOllS
[tsseIllbly of th e clerg y was held A.D_ 6JO, to deLate on the
proper tim e for th e celebration of Easter; and it is int el"l~sti ng
to kil O\\, th:tt tllis qu estio n was t here settled fill:l.lly , ami JI33
e"er sin ce been ad opted throughou t "~estern Europe.
Like so mft ll.'- oth er t owns :.In ri ecclc:.ia ... tical ('stnbli.,.lwlcnts
ill IrebnLi, OlJ Lcighl ill endured mu ch h11'ds liip and snfiering,
h:Jxill g becl1 plun dered on se" er:ll occasions.
III Lcwi.s·s " T opogra}Jhkal Dictiona ry ," and in Ry:U1':;
n
:-\ 'lIF..-.\l tl!O\l:.."h ~t. ! .uz,·rj,w \~n'" nut aq "'urc('~~' 1l 1 11' II" 11"Jltd in I i-; lin! ~!f'"r1
I" 11.llv,lu e.· I !J ~· 1:" ,,,,11, r~" le ilL10 Tn la;"\. JII tl,,· C.1nr~ ~ nf tinl!' ,I'~l n'~lbnJ ur
~I:.t~.~~~.:,~i~ ,~. ~ II'" :llll~ .,'.f ~':~ 'I: r \\",1' .11 '; u ni\t· r.-u,ll) II,J (· .H ~J II> G , .,,, ~ ll",l"iu II, nJ
18
"History of the County Carlow," furth er information will be
found. Lewis says or it-" This place has from a remole period
becn tlistingui:;hed for its rcligioll s esta11ishmcnts." He says
th ere were 1,500 mouks here at one time.
The town, up to th e end of the last century. returned two
Illembers to the Irish Parliament, one of the last being tIle
famous ,trld oft-quoted Sir Boyle Hoche, 'whose speeches must
hayc afl'o nleu " tIw House" much amn seUlcnt.
In Lewis will be found a. dra.wing of the ancient arm s of
the See.
The ancient seal of the D eflU and Clmpter, uow in th e
~JI1SC U lll of th e Royal Irish Academy in Dubli n, bears the
follow ing illscription:-
H S I GILIUM: CAVITur.I: ECCLESI ,E: LETIII.IF.XSIS,"

It was dug up some years since- from a Log in the County


Kilki.>llll)", and is cOllsid ered to be the work of th~ ele\'e nth
century,
Andther !'eal of the Dean and Chapter, with :l similar legenJ,
and dated 1699, is in t he possession of the present D ean :wJ
Chapter.
A -view of the cathedral as it the n was, wil1 be found in
Gruse. 17!):!, and al:<o ill L edwich, 17~O. :\fore recent J.rawillgs
of it wil1 be found in tbe R elir;ual'!J for Jnly, 189l.
Besides the monastery, there was a bishop's palace (part of
the walls of the garden still rf'lll::llll) and a deanery house,
neither of whieh can now be tl':l ccd,
Th e Church consists of :L ll:n-e and choir; the extreme
len gt h is aLon t 150 feet, :md bread th ~7 feet. The north
transe pt I S unroofed, and Uluch requires repairj the walls st ill
rl'Ulain.
The chapter.room (fo rmerly called II the aLLey") opens off
t he choir, and is about 50 fet.:t ill lell .rt h l)\' :}:! feet ill Lread th,
witl l a Lcalltifullv cut stOlle ~a:'t ~~illdC:w, and three \H·ll-
tll·~i!..:l\l·,l and sm;;ner willdaws on th e N. and \L walls. It ha:;
L~'L' ;l I'ut ill to a state of pcr ft·t t repair by the liherality of the
La c 11 0ll. :lnd Y L'1lL'mLle ..\rclJd l'~l clJn Stopfon.l.
'1'111.: l'cntral tow (' I". l't>:-:tillg on hla('k 111:l1'Llc grain ed work
!"l' ri ll~i ll.!! frolll th e- fOlll' t'Ortlcrs, di\'icll'~ till' llay e from till:'
1
~ 19
I
i choir. [t is belicycd to have been th e work of Bishop S;lud('r~ ,
\ wh o died in 1549.
In Sir James ' Yare's wOl"k, " Anna1es Hibern iro," 170·[, will
I be found a list of the bishops of this diocese from a very remote
period. The suceession of th e bishops will al so be fouu d in
Dr. M. Com_crford's H Collection s, Dioceses of Kil d:1re and
Lcighlin," vol. i., 1886 .
A list of th e D eans of this ,Cathedral is in e:xislcll Cc, in an
almost unbroken line of succession from th e twelfth cen tu ry
to th e present day.
In "Thady Dowli ng's I, 1\1:58., pl'inted by the Irish Archm-
ological Society in l S-!~ , wilJ be foun d much interesting
Teading con nected with Old Leighlin, of which he was Chn n-
cellar. H e died in the ye~lr 1628, in the 84 th year of his age.
In an archa>ological point of YleW, th e preservati on of t his
a.ncient building dcsel'Ycs mu ch conside ration. Besides th e
winnows, graining , and other ston ework, within it nre to be
seen some early an d w ell-pres~ n'en .;, sedilh" and an ancie nt
font, also tombs of the ~i x t ccnt h century, with fi nely-cn t
illSCri ptiol1S in Gothic character, am! floriated crosses. Beneath.
one lie the rema..ins of llishop }Ol athew Sande rs, 1549; and
under t he same stone, Bishop T homas Filey, 1;)67! appears fro m
the inscription t o have hecm buried also. Xext it is a sto ne
jnscri bed to John, the dumb son of " rilliam FitzD"H'id Roe
O'Brian, and his wife! )labclJa Kaya nagh. an d dated A .D. 15j.).
Opposite th e south door into the lla\'e is a fin e altar-tomh to
,rilli:llll O'Bri::m a n d hi s wi fe, \Vinn a Kavanagh, dated 1.559.
A full acco un t of these in teresting monuments, by J. H.. Garstin,
E sq. , !\I.R.I.A., will be fOllnd in the Proceedi ngs of t he l{oyal
Irish Ac.adcmy for D ecember, 1884.
Besides tile above. there are other floor slabs both in the
Jla \'c an d choi r, and sC"era) m::u'ble mural mon ume nts. III
addition to those already mentiolled, tl le fo1lowin g we re buried
herc :-
Bishop John O'~I ulligan, A.D. 143 1.

"SEPULTUS FUIT .JUXTA TUM B AM DU O IS


GURMU~DI AD STA LLUM TH ES AURAURII
ECCLESI .o<'E ."
[Dowi i"g.]
20

Rishop 11auricc Doran, murdered by hi s arrhdcn.co n in 15271.


Bishop Ri chard Boyle, 1682; and no doubt many others, of
whom, Ullfor tuuatelv, ther e is 110 reco rd.
The present Chapter consists of a Dea n, Precentor, Clw ncellor,
rrreasUI'cr, Archdeacon, .mel four PreLendaries",,--Tecolmc,
UlIal'd, Aghold, an d Tl.1 ll omagymah.
It is stated th at am o n g~t th e Deans of t]1is Catlli::d,'a] was
Roger Hooker, 15 80 to Ui!ll, fa th er of the famou s divi-J e,
Richard lIooker. of D evom~hire , born 155 3-4, whos e di stin-
guish ed life amI writings are so well known, fllOl'e especially
II The Laws of E cclesiastica l P uJit)"," in dde nce of the cons ti-

tution and di sc iplin e of tIle Church of En g land. lie died in


1600.
Ha.... in~ stated so much conn ected with Old L eighlin and its
cathedral, we m:l.y now add th at it much requires to hm-e
money laid out on it, both f c.r its pI·e.ii crvation and improvem ent.
Already mu ch has been dOlle to im prove and preserve it.
The roof is ill excellent order. Contracts are in progress fClr
heating th e choir an d chapter-room by hot-water pi pes, and for
re-seatin g tIle choir and rt:-coll strncting tbe Canons' :;t.111s and
the Bishop's throne. The allci ent sedilb have been scraped and
cleaned. A han usome canoed oak lectel'n has bee n presented.
An organ 'vas proyiJe d some years since. V elyet c.ushions and
carpets f01' an d l'ound th e communion-table, anu for the pulpit
and reading-desk_
It is intended to re-opcn th e large anci ent ard. (now bricked
up) between the Kaye and the Choil'. thus gh'ing a yjew of the
hltenor for its entire len g-th.
It may not b e ou t of pl::tce hel'e to remark tbat, before the
Sa...xon and the Norman a:,se m bl ~ d within the walls of \V est-
minster Abbe.\", before th e J ume or topm ost pinnacle of old
St. Paul's stood OHI' tIle strce ts of London, or that the C:1.tbc-
dral of Win cheste r , an d probably half the now magnifi ce nt and.
stately c:lthcllrals of England saw the li ght, Chri::; tianit.,· was
preached in the quie t woodet!. glell by t he w:.I.ters of the little
stre:1.1U tha t still L,tLLk,s past the Catll\.J'u rnl of Old Lcighlill.
21

[ From the late Dr. P.yan's·I llistory orthe County Carlow," 1833.]
"'ne cathedral church of tbe diocc~e of Leighlin stauds at the distance
of two Knglish miles west of Leighlinbridgc. The site is admirably
adapted for a structure dedicated to religious PUrpOSC3. A nook i:$ fvrmcd
by the 3(ijaccllt hills, and here, quite removed from any thorough. farc, f:H'
a~';lr frolll th e lm"y haunt" of Oleo, this relic of ant iq uity ral!;cs it"
venerable head.
Thi s Cathedral (whicb is of th e plainest Gothic m:hitcctrrrc) consists of
a nave and chancel. The length of the na"e ilS $4 feet j tbat of tbe
chancel, 60 (eet; breadth 21 fee t. There arc a door and window in the
we"t cnd, aud two side entrances. Ancient rcsen'cirs (or II holy water"
3re fixed i n the wall to th e right hand, on Clllrallce, of the south door:
and on the left oitllC western. In the n~n-e i3 a large stone Lapti.3l1lal
font, sustained Ly a pedestal which l'est.:> upon a raised foundation G feet
fq unre. The fOllt is al the height of abont 5 feet from the floor of tIle
na,e.t A ,"cry eurioo:;l)' worked :uch of stono may he obsen-ed 0\'"<:1' part
of the n:wc. The emire in~iJe is, wilh the usual bad tast c, whitewashed.
The belfl·, tow e, is about fiO ft'et ill hei ght, and has 3. mean SOrt of sl:ltcd
spire on t op j which from its pigmy size, and general unsuitableness tt}
the building 011 which it i.s erected, haJ th e worst possible effect . Wind-
ing stone steps are continued to th e summ it of th e belfry; forty steps lead
t o the fir3t landing pb.ce, after which twenty-two morc, of very narrow
construction, conduct t o the top. The date on the bell is 178 7.: From
t he north side of the c:ll hedr.d project two straetures in a ra inoos stale.
The dim ensions of that toward the l'i·e~t§ are 27 feet by 24, on th e inside i
wi th window:> closed up and r!l0fl~55. Tbe other run s on a.liae wilb the
east end, projects from the cathed r.o.l :22 fee t, a.nd is 52 feeL in length.
It is about SO feet in hc.ig-ht and i3 rooBes.;. 11 A Gothic window of superior
workmansh ip and in goat! T',c~e.ITation is to be seen in th e eastern
extremity of this latter rllin. I II the challcel are stalls for the dean antI
chapter. To the right, on entrance, we fiud them thus lettered:-

• This .. re~erToir" is no lon ger l1",re.


t T his is no l ODger so. Tbe fOllL has lJe ell cho.nt:"ed in its position since Dr_ Ryan
611'1" iI , aDd it is no" about La he a~io mO\'eJ, aD [ue re-pewi ul) of the cbair. It will
be pllced on tile ri:;h l oCthe choir ltdl as one eDI~N.
: T he old b ell Las bee .. re.tL"t, lind I new ODe ",,'L'i !!i'·en lome twenty reus since,
wbich, bu in; breome tracked, "'I" J~pll1c fd in IN;"; b~ aile of IUl>er Sill'. Th i~ u-.:w
bell ...·:l.S C(I.!ot in Dublin, aod is QCII. fille IIlld mellow lone i it bellf:> th e follol'lng io_
6Cription : -
"Trus n"rn WH ,n£tT£O l~ 11: (:61 BY St:MCRIPT I OS TO m:rLAcE I
TH E ' OR.\lI!.! BELL 1:11& GIrt 0.- TilE n OStl" S.: n:XEIIE AR CHDEACON
6TOPYOll(l 1)<; I b-l2.
lII.CTVR- TIlE f;Evn t.l)<;OS J. ";'. J. BBQTT.

~~::~~I:~I~~'IT~"Q- }CII.t:nerrWH-.DESS:· •

§ Tbe 0(0'1111 tran <ert. II i! ~lill in llle ~ .. tlt,. s lllll!.


I: T his is no 10 n!jH so; it I" ... "·~Il T" " r... J, ti!~J, and ['HI inlo e'l.ccU ~ ni f Pl'air
th.ro!l~h Ibe liberal,,! of tlle hile y, 1,uc.Llt I Dol lI onb1c. Arclld ~ .. con Stt·p(ord. JI i!
uo ... kno"'l1 U .. The Chapter.ruolll."
22
I. ,. 4. 111.
DEAN-CHAXC ELLOR-TU LLOGYll AH - T£COLl} - H.EADlo: n.
To thc lcft thus : -
I. II. 3. IV.
pnA':CIo::O:TOR-TRE A.SU lU:R- A RCHD£ACOX-U LLA R D_
O.
A G HOLD.*

and one bl:mk on eaeh ~ide. lla \'iug thus depicted the general features of
t he cathedral, let us no\\" proceed to the mOllum ents. These are well
wort by of not ice. Inscript ions mar be o b~e n cd on five fla;;s in the aisle
of the tlmllce\. Commencing' at the Communion '1';lole, they arc III oruer
as fl.llows. In black letter, witL cudous fig uri ug' iu centre : -

" Wic jiICrt fltl;ru!! .~ iml1 rl"!! --


r tJru!!llropiri rt illllCll Db. 1567."
[See Plate I., p. 31.]
Pnrt of thi s stoue is impropcrly coYcrl'd by the woouen 5teps of tho
Communion Tablc-i 'fhi : : i:! the to mb of :\I:ttthew Sanders, Bisbop of
Leigldin. Xcnr the preceLiilig, a l ~ in obscure black lett er, of which t he
following are a few word s : -

• - - rt Vir :5loUilJlnr!! lllttttt!! mitt!!.'


[:See Plate 111., p. 32.]

In the middle of the .ai sle. wilh a crO ~3 ill tile cen tre. and the following:
words l'ouIHl th e margin and c(!utre : -
U HIe. J.-\C E T • COHPYS • I !l-IYRTAGH • OG E •
CAVE>:AGII • QYI . ORIIT • XXIX. DIE.
[HLII . A~J"O . n"l . 1531. E[TJ 0

JOA!'I;~AF. • BIlCSE • YX OH IS • EJYS • QVB •


OllIlT. DI E. XY • ~1.\ l~TII • I A:\~O • D~l •
1590:'
.;
I!\ear t he preceding:- 0;
"1I F:ttJ::. . LY1:TI! . Til l: . B O DY. (IF . ! ~lAnY. '-IGon s .
W JFI:: • OF. RH· ll.\h I n. ,'I con:; • WHO. DECEA S ED I
THE. SECO;'l;D. VA\". (IF. ;\IAHCII . t 170!.!

• 'I ),,~ •• file UO\\' iiTrl<lIe;lJ J,lllrr\.lI~' . n(~ ..tJIU~ lu Il.e lLbo \ c lluruben; •
• ;-"'"t fnr lIIlIl" "'"r _
: J :~l\a "Ilnr. i lo~ ,1 lrrr, 1", 1 Ir~~. l' nllll;~r"li~ l nl 'l&h~ III Il , ~ ( ...... fllS-11 tUlub •
• (tii t CrU I Q Il.
23

'l' UOV • D\'81' 0 AND • CLAY.


TELL. ME • 1 • SA"i 4

WHERE. IS • TIIY • llE AYTY • FI.E D •


WAS .IT .I:S VAI:'Il'.
OR. DOTH. IT • GAIX •
TilE. FAVOYP.. WITH. TIlE. DEAD."

, Adj oiuillg the abo, e, aho in Ramau capit,'\Is :_


H IIERE • I.YF.l'U • TIlE. BODY. OF SA:\I\' ELL . I
GREE:-.; • WIIO • D E CBASF.JJ. TIl E . ~5 * . DAY. O F .
JVLY. IG!)5 1 AXD. AL SO. THE. DODY. OF. )lARY I
GREEX. WI F E. O F . SA:\I\" E U. 1 Gn EE N • A;:\D •
GRAXD:\WTII E R 1 TO
• MARY. VIGORS. WHO.
DYED lYE. IjTIIt. OF. XQVE)lB 1( .1706. BElxG l
EIGHTY. FOVR • YEARS. 01" • AGE:'

These 75 are turued lerong 011 the st Olle.

, On a bJack marbl e slab, illdeDtee. in wall of chant.:el : -


U Benea th this place lieth y c Body of [ jUR5. C URISTIAN
K1CHOLS O.:x, late [·wife t o ye ll onournblc CO LON EL I
JA ~ ES NICH OLSO l\, w ho D epa rt ed tuis lire .H :!ud I of
Feb•. , Anu o Dom. 17 0~ , iu ye 31 st ye:ne of he r .Age.
Trne pie ty amI uu atect t!u goou ues.,; j oyud,
With all ye graces ot :t vertllou3 mind.
Fitteu her Earl y for :l iJlest remove,
To Saints anu AD ~cll s in yc ll ealmes abo ve.
Quam Vivum OUllies Coleb:lllt I mitentur Dcfunctam."

Above this inscription are tbe crest, arms, and motto: "Deus 1Ilibi
SoL"

'The insc ri ptions in th e nav e next claim our atteutioll , Ilwl fir~ t in
attracti on is n raised tomb ('2 feet iu heigh t, 7 in lengt L. and 3 ill Lrt.'adth) ,
whicb. st:1lhb ~prosite the south eDt l"!.lIIcc. It is f;clIcl'all y l"ep!lteol, evcn
by Dl en of education, that tbis is :l tomb of a Dlshop Kavcnagh ; but, I
t l.J ink a very t-ligln lit'gn,c of !>cL"tlt illY wi!! 1-' ro~- c that snch is not the bet.
The characters are ill iJ lack letter n:licf, and wOlllJ certahlly puzzle Dl os t

• T his is iu Idl ers, UN ft ~lI r~s , Oil tue stlJllt',


t lt~ .u hEl.~ this <.late \1' f'Jllg,
24
persons. \Ye con fess onr inability to decipher the eotire, but the ralJawing
words arc cCltair.ly to be found on the stone : -

'(11)ir ja(tt UfttllrIIJ i1l1t D '~rilt -


[1 illll<r i\au<rllag1J fiIi<r - - COlT<rIJ:ihi
ualIcmurm ~ragI)Itllir."
'Thos it wonlJ. seem, that it belonged to a person named O'Drin or
nyrne. The three townhmds last mentioned nrc in thi ~ immediate
Dcighbon rhood . I could not di~co\'e r th e exact year inscribed on the tomb,
but it is certain ly subsequent to 1500. There is a coat-or-arms Oil onc side
of the tomb, with the iui tia l B. ::It top. Tbis monumeut was pulled in
11ieces by tllC delud ed rebels of 17gB, but it h:l.s since been restored to its
('rig-iual state, wilh exception of 3.11 adll ition very im properly made at the
foot, where a fr.lgm cnt or anothel' tomb has been used to repair this.
1\othing could be more injudicioDs, as it may mislead and confuse the
futnro inquircr. W e, howcver, do OUl" "uuty, in pointing out the circum.
stance."

l\fr. Byan's account of this tomb is very imperfect ." Any


person accustomed to T("'acl old black·leu er Latin monumental
inscriptions could not fi nd much difficulty in read ing every
worJ all th is stonc. It is frS follows:_

" iVe. rIlir j<rrrt (!WUrlmius ourin


Witls mOm! uati filii Rlt1IrIImi Wil
l:1abil:1 rufi 6[mr]l'os<!lr <ColTalos{,i
[£Jt uaUmrurrnagi) ar ~urgf5is IJrtrris
;r rgI)Imir ouijt rbil !lie m£S15 ]lulli
£I'll. 1Howcrolriro rt riu5 urOI" (lUilllla
i;cru<rllilgi) ftli<r n1illlriri ft1ij !lo!1<rti
~hlbillol1f5i!3 if ount = l:1ir Ill~is
= ~· l:1i ~'}1°rrr(( = <coiTt mau
~Jpiri[tlll" Drs ~lI1ot ."
The :l.llllc.xell plat(" from :l. rltbhin g" t."ken by the Editor a
ycar.s since, win gi ve a good i ~lL';'1 of tliis tine inscril'tLoll:-
f l."w
PLATE 2 .
25

'There are inscriptions on two flags of tLe nave, which run as follows ;'
"IIERE L1ETII TH E BODY OF HE I NEllY
RYDKIX S I WUO O El'ART I ED THIS J.IF E li'O'
MAY I TIlE 20TH \1,2 6, AG E D 101 YEAHS. I
Also th eboJy of his son IIl EXERY [sic]
RUDKINS I who depar ted this life april the 6th
1738, I aged 53 years."

]n tl1C S. W. corner of the nave arc four stones, il1~

I: I : I
scriued :-
The Vigors Crest. The P.udkin Crest.
" Spcctemnr .Agendo."
No. I. "TUUlIAS Tr.NCII VIGOTtS, Esql'c., D. to, I died ~Ot h
February, 1850, Ilgcd I 45 YC:l.ri;. I Miss )l:\IlY JANE
VIGORS) died 28th September, 1850, aged 17 years."

No.2. "C. F. S. VIGOnS, died April, 1844, aged 33 ye:l.1'S, son


of N. A. Vigors, of Old LrigWin."
NOTE._This was an officer in the 87th Roval Irish FusilicTs.
lIe was ki11 cd at the .. ~\lOOT of ~Icath ,. when' riding the Grand
~lilit ary Steeplechase of Ireland. There is a monument to hb
memory in Carlow Parish Church.

1\0.3. "In niemory ofJ AI\:,\E VIGO RSJ I died 25th Murch, 1869
{aged S ~"] .
:MATILDA lJERINZY, I Died 27th KO\'cmbcr, 1870 [ aged
83 (I)J.
FltA r.CES d-lh:r.ISSO:O;, I died 2·{th JUDe, 1877 I [:lgcd 8S].
Daughters of !i. A. VIGOP.s, of Old Leighliu."

1':0. 4. « Sacred to the memory of I


NICHOLAS AYLWARD YIGORS, ESQ., OF
otn LEIGIILl:-.', WIIO n r. l'AHl' E D TIll S LIFE
'M.\HCII 3 rd 182?:, AGED i-! Y F. .\lls. AL SO TITS
WIF E :\lARY JAXE YI G ORS, W1I0 DE l' d
1' JI(~ LIF E I OCTon E Il :?O ' b l ~ :::8, A(; E D ·1~ 'TAilS/'
26

The follmying insc ription is on a handsome limestone altar-


tomb in the nave, lI ear th e west door :-
I
" S acred to t he memory of TU E RF.VU. J OliN D !)Y~E. I
He wag Minister of this Parish Eighteen years, I Prcacld[)~
the ,,'ord, in seaSOIl, out of sea Bon. I His spirit Ih:!urned
un to God wh o g:1.'H it I Ju ne 19th 1841, ill his 51st Year. J
'A n Israelite indeed in whom there was no g uile: t
By hi ~ side rest tlH! remain s I of his l.J elo¥ed chillI J A:'<E
El.EA NOR . I S he: was rcmo\"ed to a. better world lHIlTCh
26 Lh 183 7.1 'Of such is the Kin::;rlom of II c.lYcn.' I
Dy his side lies ELLEN ld,s wife, died 28 Xo.emLer 186 7."

On the north side of the above tomb is a flat slab, inscribed:-


" Er.U;N D(Jl:~E died 2Sth "NOlember 1867."

Near th e south doo r is a flat stone, illscribed:-


[Death's heau anu cross bones.]
"HERE LYETII IXTERRED YE llODY I OF li RS JANE
nVTLEIl LATE OF I RATJIELLIXE I ~ ye COT
OF CATIlER I LOUOIT WIDOW 'YlJO DEPARTED I
THIS I.H' E 'rU E ~}ST OF JA:"l nr, 1719, 1::\ I THE
61 YEAR Or' 11l'::R AGE, I A~D IlER Y O\':\,GEST
SOX PEl!C£ I BVTL ER 'WHO DYED SO;'lE
YEAR S I BEFORE,JJ
And on the :same stone-
[Two he:ut5 conjoined.]
" Here Iycth the body of )11'5. JA ~E I Ern'i'A:r..D9 daaghter tD
ye al!o\'e I nameu JASE .H()TU~ R who departetl this [life ye
.Jtb day of .i\lay I j 50 A;;eJ 72 years.
lJ er life was Fait h, Hope, Charity, and Love,
A fit companion fol' the 1lies t abo\'(~."

A mural monument on the Idt as you ellter the choir:-


"To the memory of
G IlB.\X \'I GORS of OLD I.EIGIIL1X 1 1ligh
Sheritfoftbe Co: Carlow .\.1). 170U. DIED 171 8 1
An d of illS ,,'lI-'E [B!U:.DGETJ HAL'GIITER OF
ALL EX TE~'CH f.:)(-~T .£. I ~\lso of t hc~r sr.conu
27

son I THO~r .\S "WORS of 11£\"\\"000, Qu een's


Co. I Captain in Lord Ligonier's Rcgt. ' The Black
*
Horse ' I Hig h Sheriff of th e Queen's Cou nty 171 4 I
who died 6th O ctober 1 i 50 aged as I and of his
wife ELIZABETH, daughtel" of ED\YAH.D
l\lERCEI~ ESQIlE, and also of their only SOil I
Til E REV1W EXU EUlL\IW V1G OltS I of
old LEIGIlLDi and nUTH'AGE. I
lJ e was a man greatly re spected and beloved I as a
Christian :'IIi nis te r, 'f or hi s steady friends hip alld
chari ty extended alike to al l. I lIe died !! jth
Ju n~ 1797 Cl7 t'd 50.
TH E HEV,1 "E DWAHI) V1GOliS I was Curate
of thi s Parish from 1774 till his death in 1797/'
lSt. J obn iii._ IS.]

l\lural tablet on th e south wall of choir or chancel :_


It Sacred to t ile memory of I NICHOLAS A:i LWAIW V IGORS, M .P. ,
second SOil of th e late :\ich olas A ~·lw ;ml \,i gor~, of Old Leighliu ,
in th e COllllty of Ca rlow, ami of UATlH, [lli'E l:l{;H AIWS, eldest
daughtel' of the btc ~oLo~I\!N 1:lcHA nos, of Soisborollgh, in
th e County of ,rcx tord, wl[o departed this life OctoLer 26tl1,
1840, iu t he 53l'U year of his "ge,
With the co-operation of th e late S ir ~tmllfo rd n :\!llcs, he was
th e ori;itw l fou lI lh:r of the Zoological Society of London
to wh ich he wns Honom ry Secret:,ry for the 61'H sC I'e n
ycnr;; of its institution, a member of :til the lit er'ary and
scientitic socil::tie~ of Europe, bis J];1.l11C will bc lOll£, remcmbered
to sci(llcc.
In prh'ate life he W:l.S most ambblc, h o~ pitable, nlld charit able,
n evcr tuming his f,lce from th e wall ts or petitions uf the poor.
This monnru ent i:) rni:ied to hi'S memory by hi:> sorrowiug si::.t ers,
10 wl JQm b e '\\" :1:; tIle Ul05 t attac!Jl!d and bc::-t of brothers.
To lin! ill belr t;; we k:l.\'c Lehiud i.5 not to uie."
The above is white marul e all a black Lack ; it hns a
s.arcopll:lgus in til e cent !'!.', with two weeping: fe lll:d e fi g ul'l's,
oll e at ei ther t: ll d, <luJ ov er all t!J\:: f.tUlily efl'st, arms, auJ lIJotto.

:\l ura1 monument on n orth wall of cboir, nearer the east


willd ow:-
28

I
"Sa.cred to the memory of ::\I CH II L.\S A YLWAT: O VIOO r.S, I
I
a oall\'C of this J'urisb, wll o a t the age ofscnnty-tlu'ce
YC:lTS, I the greater part of which he spent in Clll1stallt residence I
in the Jand of hi;; birth, I terminated a "irtUOll S. bClIcficcnt, and
honou ra bl~ career I on the 3rd day oDI areh, 1828.
He was the s uppo rt er of the pOOl' and oppressed. the aS5~rt c r
of the rights and liberties of mankind, th e: frh: nd of rh e people,"
[White marble on Llack back.]

About the centre of th e north wall, and opposite the bishop's


throne, is a IIl011Um Cl l t ; -
"IX ME>IORY OF I THO~IAS 'l'EXCH "!GORS
E::5Q. J.P. D .L. I OF ERIXDALE, CO. CARLOW I
'WilD DIlm 2 0TH FEB. 1850, AGE 45. I ALSO TO
Hl~ WIF£ JAi\E, I DIED 29th OCT R I J8j9, AGE
80. ALSO THEW I OXLY DAUGHTER ~IARY
JA NE I DIED 28 8EI'. Il ~50, AGIi: 16. AXD 1:-;
LOVI :<G Mf.>lORY 0'-1 THO~IAS ],;ICIIOLAS
JOI-IN "IGOltS I U:<IlERGRAIl UA TE T.e.D.1
O:<LY CHILD I O F CAP. & ~IARY 11. V/(jOltS I
AXD GHAXD SO :"l' OF TilE ABO\' 1:~ ! WHO DIED
19TH XOVR_ lSi!.), AGF. 16. I AL S O TITE ARO\' E-
>lE"TlO"ED I CApTAIX HE1\RY RUDKDf
VlGORS I I...~TE Oz.' THE 8 BATT. KIXG'S RI':
RI FJ.. }o~S I WIIO DIED AT KIXGSTOWX I 20 MARCIl
\ 883, AGE 1 8 ."

On th e floor : -
"HERE L)-ETli TIlE BODY OF J;\~lES DEUOY I
WHO DECEASED THE 7
TH l1A):" OF APHILL AXO

DOl-Ill 171 8."

The followillg monum ent is on the north wall, ncar the


communion-table :-
I
"I" 'IDIOCY OF nIT REYERE' " T Il mIA S )I ERCEI:
I I
YIGOHS o F' Dli1:0.\(;}-: RECTOr. OF pO\n:nSTOWX
C U K ILK EXXY I Will) Dn:D .\.T POW1::Il. STO\Y~ GLEBE
7 AP HIL ] ::::50, AGEl; j -1. I AXD OF '\ ~ XE 1fIS WIllOW,
m t'GHTEn OF TIlE IlEYD. JOHX CLIfFE OF nus~
29

co. WEXFORD. WHO DIED AT BURGAGE ] ST OCTOBEH


186 1, AGED 77. IALSO OF TIIF.ffi SOXS, EDWAlW,
wno DIF.D A T TOULOUSE 16 moen. 1828 AGED 17. I
J OH N CLIFFE, DIED AX INFA"T. J OIL"
CLI FFE, ILl. T.C.D. ,LVOll CA RLOW RIFLE S.
DfiCD AT IlURGAGE 9' J AN> 1881, AGED C6. BAllT H
URBAN, B.A. T.C.D. ACTING ADYOCATE- GENERAL,
WESTEW, AUSTRALU, WHO DIED AT P ERTH, W.A.,
15MA.H CH l S:; I , AGED 36, AXD OF CHAI1L OTTF,
ELI ZABET ll lllS "ThOW ["ARRfED 15 J UKE I B65
CHAS. LEATHLEY, ESQ.] WIIO DillD AT DlEPPE,
FHAKlJR, IST OCTOBER 187 7, AGED 45.
TilE HEVERExn T. M. 1'!GOllS
SUCCF.EDED fil S FATHBr.. AS CURATE OF Tms PARISH
I N 1797, UNTIL 1816."
[ "GOD IS LO' "E."- 1 J ohn iv. 16.] .

Beneath are th e family crest, arms, and mot to_ U Spcctcmur


agenda."

The following arc in the churchyard :-


"Sacred Lo Lhe Memory_of Lieutellaut HOBF. nT HEJI; RY BO UGHT ON",
of th e S;;th Regiment of Foot, b.t~ of COl'>:ih:ltu, County of
Wilts, EnglauJ , Dicu the 30th of October, 1 s:n."

Under the eas t window of the cathedral, within an enclosure


marking the family yuult, ~lld planted wit h Ir ish yew trees:-
" SACHED
TO THE ' fE'TOR Y OF }:LIZABETIl, DAUGHTER OF
THB LATE REVD ED,rARD YIGOnS, OF nURGAGE
CO CARLOW. SHE DrED OX TilE 3 0 J17LY l~:?S ."
" Blessed are the 1.1eau , yho die in 1LLc L ord."

" nERE nEST THE HDL\1SS OF THE r.E\T.R B):'D


E D\\TAHD \'{(,Ol~~! IX '\YlIo)1 EYEHY Y IRTL~ TnAT
EXXOTlLES TIn: :\II::\D, W.\.5 K\JL'\E::\TLY CO~-
RPICUOU~, BEST Ki\j)r.. ~: , WIU~ RE CIL\IUTY HI.:LD
FORTII HE R ('1. ,\1:'1 , on ::50 RRU\\' IJ HOl'pD ;\ TEAlL
iiO
TO \VUOSE )!E;\lOHY, "ilIS F.\lXT E)IB LE~1 OF HIS
WOHl'il, I:; DEDICAT ED BY illS .U'FI.ICTED WIDOW,
HE WAS CALLED FRm! TtIIS LI FE, OX THE 27TII J UXE
1797,' I X THE 5 1 ST YE.\R OF HIS AGE,"

Al ongside of tbi:; is:-


"U~DERXK\TH LIETU THE BODY OF THOjIAS
VIGOR S ESQ1:f: WHO DEP.\RTED THIS LIFE 'fUE
6T U OCTODER 1.50, AG ED u,j YE"\H S.
AJ~SO RICIJAnD YIG OnS, HIS SOX, WHO
DEPA n.'J."ED THl ~ LIFt; TIlE :!4th OF ) IAY 1760
AGED 21 YEAHS."

In the S;l:ne e ncl osure :-


"Mt: )IQHI A" SAC R"t"')1 I JOH.\X:\IS ALCOCK
AH."II G . I S. SAXC1'.·E 'l'HIX11' i\T I S COLLEGll I
.JUXTA D UB LI~ ALu~r:\, l I OIlIIT DU: XXIX
OCTO ORI S ~IDCC C X XI \' I £T.-\l' IS !'t U A~ XIX.
Carissimc Vale t 0 ~ it 3uima Illea
Sed fi at Dt.:i \·olur.tas. ~\m e ll."

I mrnefliately outside this ell closure is a granite- stone,


inscribed : -
"TIIi': IlEy D GEOltGE ALCOCK on T laG;
.£TA T 57."
Near th e wcst door:_
U ..r\w:liting a glo riolls r.('surrection I through Otl r Lonl J esu:I
Chl"ii't I ht'L"~ lietll til e Lody of I ELU: X \\"i fc ()f Llr.L:'l".
COLO :'l.~: .L J . .. cKsnx . I ~Iw departeuthi s life t!le :2Ut ll
OctobeT I 18GIi, af;~ d 31 )"(·nrs."
[.:;t. JuilU xi. is & :?G.]

Near tht! last is rl tabl e-moHum ent:_


"ITETt": Lt f:T JI TIf F. nony Of.' I COLOXEL
JO~lI U ..\ .A . YI GO RS OF 'T ilE 5:!··t1 r..EGD I EXT
WIl O J.£O:D T il E STO ll:\lIXG P .·\RTY r OF ilLS
H EG I:'.I E;';T] TO T Il E C.\ S II )J E JU: (;.~T ~~ O F nEt.lIl I
o:s- 'I'llI-: lG T Il O f' Sg l·.Tl;;~ lllIm 16.") 7. ( 11E ]
nF.I' AHTED T~lIS Lll~ E os 'Illf. :{O OJ' )I AHC U
1 " lJ5 ! .\(; I: n 59 Y£.\ RS."
31

On the north side of the CatlJedrnl, within an iron railing:-


"'TO TIlE :ME~IOR\' OF IA GOOD ~10TnER,
SARAH ~IOONEY. DIED '" JUNE 1842, I
AGED 35 YEARS:'
[Then follows a verse from th e Riblc. }
She 'was the wife of the Rev. Peter Mooney, then Incmnbent
vi Old Leighlin.
On the 110rth side of the Cathedral :_
"Sacred to the memory of nIHs. Al'>NE BUDl>:I~, wife of
GILBEltT PlcKEm ::;-a H UDl,:I:-;', Esq. This ston e WU5 erected
in order to perp etuate the virtues of tlw bc s ~ of wives, the
fondest of parents . lIer life ,vas sllort and not ullchequcred
by pain and affliction; but she bore with Christian resignation
the dispe nsation:; of tI ea ven j and, knowin g th at thi;; earth
was not her place, she sought hel" a bode abo ve all snblllllary
things, on the 18th day of Fcbrmuy, 18 ] 8, aged 8,s years."
[This is an altar tomll.1

"Beneath this tomb is interred the remail1s of )JARY Pl-IILL1PS,


wife to llrclIAllD J. PHTLLIPS, Esq., of Ballingo.te, in the
County of "~ u foal, allL] tiJil'u si5tC I' to Co rnet I!ochc, late
of Font Hill, in this cOllnty. ~h e depnrteu this li fe,
Octo bel' the ~9th, 1823, aged 35 year;;."

"J. H. S.
IIEIlE • )~lES • TlIE • BODY. OF • DANIEL.
LYON. WlIO • DESESED • ~IE'-\Y • THE. - -
1731 • AGED. 33 . YEARS."

'Tombs of the Daffie of Kowlnn, K :lXall~ gll, and :Murphy are very
nomel'OIlS. The felI ce (it C:l.ll scarcely be called a wall) rOULIl1 the bnrial·
,g1'OlIIH1, is in til e'~'OI'3 t possi ble repair. " ' hen the writ er visited this
scene, 8-om e pigs were industri ollsly rooting aye I' the grav es! Of the :;tnte
of the cathedr al we haye li tt le uett er to report, as part of Ihe ceiling of tile
inl eriol' has bllcn uuwn, th e ro of in ge lleral is in a s tate of decay, anJ the
eurirc ediuce cal'd es an appearance of dcd ine."
It i5 now jlb t six t Y" y ear s si ll l:C Dr. n y nn wrotc the abo \'e,
nlld it afiords us pleasure to be able t o put on record tllat a very
illlpro\'cd state of thill gs 11a:; t ake ll pi..lce :;incc thl' ll us r ega rd s
this anci ent [uLrick, ill whicli d l,- i ll~ se n ice has nQW been
carried on for 1 we beli e \-e we may say, upwarlls of tw'eh-e
hUlldred years! !
32

The following is th e full inscription on the stone represented.


on Plate IlL, and taken from a rubbing made in 1884, by
Colonel Vigors :- .
.At th e ll cn d of the sto ne nre the letters" tJ)C,lI and along th e
right side :-

" %)iCjacet bie [?] mO~anllt!J mutttZ


fiIiU!) ili!tl ilItlmt filii baui1J rufi
)!brClin ct ciu~ I ttror I jtlabclla
cV I abanav£r filia D onati btlbinon
~i!J qttOllt «iatltl~ propi e[t~~J mit
lJ cu I !) am I en."
The last t wo lett ers arc in the cen tre point of the fine
floriat ed cross nt the hend of the stonc. In a second line al ong
both sid es of the stone 1., : -

"~l,no bomi!li . mi.mct.lb . J)UO!),


Ot5 qui. tl"imziti!J I 1'O£(1) 11ft
IlltmoWl !Jeiti!) • fuimuz quo1J
c!Jti\J . fue" I in a third line ., riti!J,"
an.1 aliquan1Jo quo1J !lUlu'j."
The word before J ohannes in the above inscription is
certninly d oubtful. ),11'. G al'sti n reads it as 1tl~ or 1l:11L ,
and translates it as )'lr., but it. appears much better to r epresent
the lett ers bir, the b appearing to go bo th nbo\"e an d below t he
line. T he only "·~n· to account for th e word Me here is, that it
was an e rror of the~ ston ecutter.
Th e t ranslation , ncconling to ~Ir. G :ll"stin, is : -
"I.H.S. Here lies :\[1'. J ohn dumb ,-or ollh· ?' 10-..... 11 of "·illbm
Fitz- Llnrill l!oe y' Brain, :md hi~ wiil! ) la\-)~lIa C:n ·:I1l!l;;!. ,
l 33

daughter of Dooagb of Wilbinon (?) 00 whose souls God have


mercy. Amen. Anno domini 1555."
u 0 vas omnes qui tl'aositis,
Raga Dostri memorcs sitis.
Fnimus qu od estis,
Flleritis aEqua nJ o quod sumas."
'Yhich Mr. Garstin gives thus ;-
"All ye travellers who pass by
Think, I pray, of me ;
As yc are, so once was I,
As I am so ye shall be."

The lettering on tms, as on the Sanders's tomb, is also Gothic.

1fr. Garstin gives the following as the translation of the


inscription on " "illiam O'Brin's tom b (s ee p. 24):-
I.H. S.
llere lies William O'ilrill, son of F erganaio [or the nameless]
son of Willi[Lffi Fitz] Javid noe, Gen t., of Con·n.nloski* nud
B(l.lIcnebreortgh, an u hn rge.~s of 0 11\ Le i~hli n. He di ed on
the 17th of Jun e, 15 69. and bis wife \Y inna Kawl.uagh,
dall!;hter of :\laurice Fitz donagh, of \Yil binOD (1), w110
dif'd on the - - day of - - , A.D. 15-,011 wbose
souls God have we:rcy. Amen.

On the north side of this tomb are to be seen the hammer


and nails and othe r details of the Cruci fi xion of our Lord. On
the front or sOllth sille are rud ely Cllt arms on a shield. The
animals appear to have been intend ed for derni woh·es or
foxest couped, and the woru BRYN, with a b~ank before it
for the Christian nam e.
At th e S.'V. corner is a r eprese ntation of the g rain ed arched
ceili ng of th e t ow er wit h its fi\' e bell-rope hol es [anoth er
~ imi larlY ean ·eel stOl le has lately been discoyered , an d res ts
again s t~th c tomb]. the east end;f wh ich has been bui lt u p wi th
portion of another sc\"('!:~c cmh ( ?) century stOll e with lettering
on it, but which does not belon g t o this t om b.

• S o w knowu a ~ CrllaD· l o~L;i. + PeriJ ap s li U l lS [n o


34

T he following is th e lettering on the tombstone of Bis)wp:;


Sanders and Flby [see Plate l.J:-
Comm ellcing at the west end of th e stone, we find tIle ,yords
uie jarct, and along the north edge of the 5tOI)C -

J'h1atpcu>:i ~alll:1mJ {'Pll~ IcgDlinclt


qui - ou lit p:
A t the cast I?TId or foot of th e stonc-

And along tI le south side-

jlhCttC~li~ tlI [stone broi<eu][et] C 'i:JCU;i


propi-tict am
An d at the end ell.
A large floriated cross, it will be seen, ru ns along t he head of
the stone, llrlsiug in its centre th e monogram .. ib
C," tIle
r: being used in place of tj .
T he two sunken spaces, one in the eNltre alld the other
n ear th e foot of the stone, were eyi dell tly or iginally occupied
by brasses; the first representin g th e bishop with crozier, an ll
the second probD.bly had an inscripti on. Th ey hav e long becn
abscut, and thc ('c is no rccord of them.
T he ornamental letters and fi g m'es lJear the east end of t he
stone, were, we belie\'e, firs t deciphered by Mr . Garstin ill
188-1. They r ead :-

:;r:S!JJ1 ~!8'D~ :B1JZ J1:L !tJ1 ~~!.Bo


O n the right side of the space form erly occnpied by the
hi shop's figurC', in brass, are the wurds-

1'1111 <; S1IOWill.!.!: th e burial-place of two bishops of the di(jt'~::5·c


:\t all illtcrYal of C'i g ht cC'1I years.
PLA T£" I.

IL tji.." , ,::-r ,,, ,.,; I- :~'r"


OLD L[IGHLIN C.AT>-ItDi·.A i.
.:I n ,,,CLI-:S
The lettering is all raised, :l.I1 ~1 of the type known as Got/I iI)
or L Ollloa rdic.
The stone is brok cn across th e centre, as· shown in th~
an ll exed. pbtc ; th e eight riv et-holes, which wel'~. meant HJ
secu re th e Lrusses to th e stone, e:m fll,so be seen. Th e plato is
from a ru bbing t aken in O ctoiJ ..:r, 1~8 ·1.
The following is the tl'anslattlJl1 :-
'H ere lies :'IlathelY ~all tlt'l"s. r:ii! hujl of l.ei;::hlin. ·who died 011
th e 2:J rd of lJ ccelll b~ r, Hi ·!!). Tv wh u.:;c sunl may God be
gracious, AllIen.'
And 4 T homas F ilay, Uisllop of Leighliu, u iml 15Gj :
There is a difference b e tw C\.' ll the date of Sanders's death, :1;.;
record ed on his t ombstone, and th at g iH·n by f;ir J ames \\"an·.
In on e of his works he nam es th e 14th, and in anoth er til e
24th of December, IGJ!.l, as the date of hi s death.
(1'0 be con finued. )

.-ari s h of" It.iU("lluell_U.ill('(hliulul Cbur('h .


Th ere are not any t ombstones or mOllum en ts wi thi n this
church. Th e font is vcry moclcl'u nn d sllI:dl-of ston e. The
followiIlg, ai llongst others·, 31'e in the cllurchyanl :-
OJ Dr. J ohn i\lillchin, 18 23.
E dward O'Conn or, schoohll~ste r, n~ e d 80, 1839.
Loftus Hatt oll. of Slygutl'. t o ilj:s wife ElizaLcth, 1850; also
J ohn LofUl3 Hatton and Thoma.s Ilr.; r ~ toll Hatt on," &c., &c.

UJ ohn Leecll, of :;\Iocllrry, to Ili s lIife J UlIe, 185 1."


[A fl,lt sto ne.]

U G. GriRith, IS7ft Littl(,'s ,


Cll'rc's, l ~ ~S Ke pl,lcf! ,
.:('O\\"lII"i;;:;:'s, '-::{'Ot t's,
K(Jw:;om, I S50 J oh n 1:0$(', 1:->.')1."

This bllri '1 1-g r oullI1 is ker,t in nic e onll'r, and refl ects cred it
on all COIlC l.'l"I.l C' l,

~ e w31'd S:lys the church tlll~ll [ 17"!';iJ s.tJ lltlil1 g ,'· 'vas built by
tJI.., late .\JI'. D:ign:dl, of Dun le..:kney."
3"
UUllle(·klle~- .

.EXTH.ACTS lltOll YES1'RY BOOKS .

( Cuntinued from p. 306, ~'ol. i.)


• Th e proceeu in gs on 12th I)ccemoel', 180-1, about )liJjtia money, &c.,
are signed, 61"3t time, by h {,jlilip XewIOLl" alld "John Stewart.'"

, The num es of the se ven pl'illCip:lls alld tllcir Sub5titutes a l'e gi ven.'

1805 •• A committee W:lS appointed to collect suoscriptillt:ls for building


a galtery ill th e CIJ11I'ch.'

l S0G . '2nd Sep t. £-12 183. 5d. DOW in hands :tlJpropl"iated to the
erection of tIl e gallery.
, Francis Vi llon si.~ ns a~ church w:lnlen, nlHI Wm. Tyndall, jnn.
'~c rt. I G. ,\Ii", J'aIL J oice apPQinted tIle person who shall have tbe
el'tcti ug' of th e gallery , for th e mill ot' £ 96 55. 9.1:

1807. 'E3~ l e r T llcllday, .:'Ilarch 31. Onlered thnt th e pre3ent pulpit


ancll'c:.I{ !ing·u e~ k Lc re moved t o one of the ea"t :wgles in t he church, auu
a similar olle erccted in tI le other ar,gle. ·

1807. 'J une 2:~nl. T he ,!!allcl'Y scats approprillted-


I Xo. 1 and 2 for th e u~e of th e parish ill gCllcl'al.
, :\0. 3 not yet 1l.jlpliel\ for.
'~o. -J f'J\' th e use of J ames O'~ ei l, of C;ll'rigmol'e. and Sa m!. Little. of
Hngcnnbtowu.
I Xo. 5 fur t he use of the h!Clllllbeut of the parish.
'~ O. 6 James Haw.!'on, ESQI"c.
':\0.7 " )lrs. O 'X ~il e, of Gnni hill, anu J ohn and l~oLert
)Iul'ro\\'cs, of Fb::enalstown.
,~o. t:i tur tIl e t15C of J am es Agtll', of Iblly williallll'oe, auu i:euj;lmill Cooke,
of IJullleckue\'.
'Xos. 9 & 10 be iol' thc use ofp:ui.,: hiollcr:) in gellcral.'

·X ovr.2.t. Ottlered that the SIlUI I,f .fIt:) 15s, OU. be rai sed off tile
Parish of I lulIll·Ckn CY. au.! .fLi8 ~h. Oil , olr Ihe l':II'i"h ul Au;;ha, to pro-
""i de ~ll bH itl!tes f"r t heir quo ta fl f ,\I iliti:l1 llC n to "c rn fOl' t he ~e pari~hcs ill
tllc C Cl111lt y ot Carlo w ~liliti:J., &c .
. :'ig:l1etl. Wc·klou J. )l oloIIY, Yicar •
• Aud Ly the eli. will·d en.;; allu sum e p:U'i s hi one r~ .'

1SO D. '-t April. a,''!, leel that 1:;(,),;",1 :::nJ ~,l.lth cw Weltl. E:< qrc., ami
the' I:t'n1. ,,'. J. ' 1"[Oll,\' l'e paid t he' "11111 uf £19 o~, 0,1. t'Xpl'l l1led Ly
th e l'L j",.r t [,(· :ilh'I"lIi"LI a wl r ]"('ctiuil vi tire p1llpit:- • ("1") .
(1'0 t.o: C"II(;/IIudj
: ..:.

to" ·

. ,~-.:

",
""--", i
"If' ' I, . ~

r .... -
iI' .,. ,...!.
".!.
f: .
:~:;:;
~7

;,ol,,,,,hull t·url!oth.
Tile Plate 0 11 the oppos ite page is a represe ntation of the
very b~a lltifnl statne of " inn ocence " crec tt!d to the memory
of ~li ss Du g uid by her pa rent.. , and Jescl'iLe ri at page ;)O(i of
vol. i. (It eport for 1091).

I Inscription 011 a tomhstoue in Vl'glin or I{ntl<'lIId Chul'cbyard, n e~r


Carlo~" :-
"Underneath arc deposi tcl l £Iii.! Hones of 1:£ :-1.1.011."\ COLf:')I:\ :-i,
form cdy of Gnrt ccil in tllis COlillty, which wel'c JisconreJ ill
a stOliC q ua rry r. ear Carlvw~ till the J..!.th of .-\ n ;,;u~t , IS:.1 :!,
ueariy 32 years after llis lIIi:<t cl'ious di i<appe:l fallcc.
He was a Outiful ;o; Ull, lU I :uf<!ctionate Ilrothcr, a lovin;.:: Ilu sl>a ud,
a kind F ather, a steady fd elid. a uf! a good sutJject This
Tomb w~ s Erected as lI. tri bu te to hi,:; IIlemor}' lly his olLly
Son Benj amin , of tllc City of iJulllin."

'The. following i3 :l short act;ount of the deceased. He. was nncie to my


late f.llhel', and wa:: n yeonuu nt the tillie of tIle Jri:;h I:ebd lioll in tllC
year Jl~ 8. He, with others, occupied a temporary Lllln ack ill I' nulin -
street, Carlow, called lite L!e:lr -IulI, portion of whic h is no\\' occllpieJ u.v
Mrs. :\Iorton. TIe had !;OIllC Occfl5io n to IC,l\'e IIi" balTack, abuut mid-
night, ,(lilt! W~ 1,,:\'CI' !;CCU alive at'tcl'\\anls. Iii,; r clll aills \\'~ I'C di",co\'l'I'CU
by tue eJge of:l pbcc. called dIG Qu:trry H lJle~ Ileal' :St. AUll e's GiJtll'cil, !Ill
th e Ad.)' l'lInd , .some of the clot I! !It' his uni fo rlll wu.:; quit e fre sh, l'e41 :ltlli
blllo j nl so lii s cpallidtes :lml bllttoll ~ , sO llie of wllie h I bad ill 11)." PO$SC,'i-
sian until a short tim e a;;o. Tb el'e \\' 11S an itlqncst 011 his remaill s; ,here
was fl hole in his sk ull :1t thc back p:ll't of the head, and tllc doctor ami
jllry came to tl lc conc!II"'luU ttl,lt it was IIl aue by :l small sleuge Ol· large
baud bamm er, anJ CJ,llst;d bis death_
Relljamin Coleman,'

COUnTY CAV AN.

\\~ e r egret to lmvc t o phf'c ('III r ecord th e fact that we ha ve


n eith er s uLseript iol1';; to ae kno)\\' l ell~\.'. 11 01' literary ('ontl iuutlOJlS
to enter, from,this cot:nty.
"'Tit.' tilU' , an \! r;f~· i~. 'ti~ n lie,"
COU NTY CLARE.

U_ilfenora ('h ureh~ard.

1. '·DO:1.\LDrS :JIAC nOl\'AGll ct UX01' Cjl1S :\1 .\1:1.\ ()'C,,", Ol:


sibi ct. snis amboblls posteri.':! hUlle tumulUIll fieri fece re All
Dlli J6 85.
H ).l omclito )Iori.

F orma fa,or populi ffry O]' jUHllilis opesqu e


SnLripucl'c tibi no."'c c]'e q llill .sit homo
Post h omill em verm es post nrm cm fodOr et ha n oI",
::::b ill non hominem Yertillll" ollwi s homo
Sic transit gloria mundi.
Qlli,squ is cris fIlll tl'nn.::icl; s ::;to llerlcgc, plnr:t.
SI1Ill qnoo c!'is, fu el':t.llIquc ql10d es j lJ1"O me, prccor. Ul ..I."

1. 'Donald ;\IacJol1ogh and hL~ wife iU :ni:l O'Conor c;lnsclJ th is


monument to be mrtdc for t h cll1 se!n.5 =tnd fol' th eir posterity,
ou both sides, A.D. }685.
i:emem hcr de:!.t]l.
A fine form, the good wi ll of th e prop!c. youthful nnlolll"
.anu w(::l.ltli h ave :;!l,HCh cu frolll thee h o w to kn o w wh at 111:111 is.
~\ft c: r the ma ll, a l\-Orm, a ft er the wo rill f(' I11 sllleU and borror.
Tilli S (,,"en m : m i3 t urn n ! into what is n ot a man,
Thus th e. glor), of this \' ~ I'II I ]l;J ".,es away.
'\'ll oc vcr th l, a art wllO ~llall ]! :1'~ by
1'all,.,<', I'c;tU C:11'(: f111I\', and \; \Iil l'llt.
I :1.111 Wl l:l t th on w ilt h '~ , :llHl ha\' e. becn what th on 3rt,
J-lray fOl' IB(' , I u(,,,I!€c h thee."

Cr ~sl -,:\ gauntle t('u h :m d h olllilig' a :owllrd with serpent twilled rOllnd
IlLl'],'.
,.,Itid,z_l'arti p(' r CIl (' \T(,II, t wo f:"l'iHins rampant above, boar passH.llt
lrt,l"w devron. :\0 tl nct llf('';' tlN:ipIH'l";lblc.
4\I " tl.tr--··I'l' u uit ' l~cst opt ima YIl'tU.s."
.. l'prigli ulc.s.s i.s t ile ue"t (,f virtues.'"

'T"lllh Ili:!.::1 dllli ,!t, Il,,:,tb w111, ~OIJ Lilril'rl in sam e tomb. II1!'crip.
t iu ll ( Lr,,;:i·b) loL'luw, m,\\' CU11l:,',d,·J by preW' : -
14.1 ,1'0-" )1 ,ln),,'\of;!] 1'11:1\ \\dlllC';-:r C'hmcli." with l'"ll,, \\" ill ~
iTl>nii,\ il'lI: " ].,.", t't i :, Ct:('iI!I:Wu Ll"~ o)lll"clIhllll f;IU,j;l \-L t
] JO;.;.\] .I,L'lO ~ 1 .\ ([,u :\\t(,l1 liCdlti:, l'[ 1-'{:I" \l ,is~iuIlC l\ l Ji~(;'J I) i
F l1 l<:LQ I ~Il~i~ J ;) ~'\ 1\u !llli It ;::; 7.''
TR.-\SS LATlOl\.

'Donnld ) l:tcdollogh by licen se and the pt:nnissiou of the


Bisho p of FincLo r. fou nueu t his litt le \\ ork to God,
Auuo Domini 1687.'

lI. I In churchyard, ncar sont h wall of chaucel':_


"N on quem quam defrn uda,i, me soepe fefeUi.
Et Jl arti ct Daccho soepc tribut:l d~l1 i.
P atk Lysoght obi it AmlO Dni I H I oelat suoe 85."
'I h::tvc nol decei,ed t1n.\·onc, I haw oft cn patronised
[faction) fi ghts and b Ollls of IlI-inkilig.
}latdck Lysaght aied A.V. I H I, aged 85.'

III. 'North wall of chancel, temb of Deau Blool1, \, bo prcscllted Com~


munion pl ate ' : -
"IJ omo Quasi fl os e~redi t[lr ct fu gi! "clu l umura.
Sic tacite fuger::mt et pignora cbr:t pare lltuill. Pectora. quod
cruci at nloc,,!a dolore, SI1 :'1 . :\omi ua ~ i quoenLs hurLlul. si
t emper:). nlCrti3, Ecce no tre SU bSll llt q u:'C tibi Cllll Cl o nOl a n!.
Videlicet ~ e pl llnils qui luit fili us He. II Xept. Bl ooJ , IJeca ni
Fin eburelt .;;i.=; ejusque uxo ri s Isa.bella: l~ l ood a. li as P ullci n
ex pira"it 1" tl ie J ulii 163 3, mell8e [etat 13 ° ..El izabeth 1.:.
expo 21'" Sept., 1688 . ) I ~e ret ti - J ohannes Blood expo
170 Maii l li04. .I'11 s~ Oct. 5° A.mnbilis eoim Il ebo r:). B:
expiu vil 5 Q Jic JU lli i, 1,, :) 3 , an" rel:lt 9° Th eo Ju ~i a E:
expo 20" Apr. 1699. ) l>c XL 13°. .
Pi us ('t IJer:lcnt us n~ ro jlm'1l ioi GlIli (:lmus B lood ex pir:n' il
1 3" d ie .\Jar!ii 1ti99 An" [et.tt !Go, Lepill us el iam Xeptun us
expir;lvit 30" die ~r.lr t ii, l iUO, .-\ n" re L::ttis octavo. Qui
hie iu fe ri us sepdiull!lll"."
TU E DLOOD l!l) l\e3 fE~T.

, :-'l:J.n as a fiuw(:r g roweth up and jJas:;cs alYay as a shadow.


Thus silellt ly ha\'e passed eyeil t h~ d~a r pledges of io,'c
to p:u euts ", hose sorro wful hearts arc tortu led with grief.
1f you wOIJ ld seek tile n:lnH: ~ of :hese :tn tl th ~ J ai l'S of
t hr.il' dea.th. lo ! t he l i ll c~ which :uc Ld"w 1.. 11 1!l ce all-
l\ ;tmd y - ; \ EPTe ..... c. .!'O ll (II th e l~ I:.YD . :\1 PTV:H : B LOOD,
Dean of Fiu eb()r . Ki:fellor:L ?J. "lid hi ~ Wile IS .lB l:L L.\ J:L<lOD,
ol licr wi.<;c i' CLLt.I:\, \\IH> .111.:,1 olilhe I H Jllly. IG~J, ;l~t!t! 13 ;
:11';0 1·: u Z.... EJ..:T II [3 . f, ''' JII] . 1·.lw cli.·,l :21 :jcptl!lJ\IH,~r, 11;.") ..... :l.gc J
G. J u H.' 1:. who tii\,;,l j; .JI.I.'·' I C:J I, :J;":l'" ;:, \'L'.lr.~ ; lib..,
the :1j lll:llJie 1)):110 1: .\ 1:. \'.:.(1 ,lie, I ;,t l, ur J ll n~, 'Hi~J':), ;I;.:cd ~.
A I ~o 'f1ll :ODC qA n., who di,.::d ~O ;I.ldl, 10~1~1 . a:..::.:d jJ
YC;l,.rs i abo the d utiful !lwJ clc:yer ) ou tll \\ IL LL... JI B., wL o
~o

died 13th March, I G ~9, a~ed I G; also LF.PE DUS XEPTUN 1:S,
who died 30 day of .M nrcil, 170 0, ill the 8 th year 01 his ase,
and these are buried bere below:

l V •• Unil er shrin e in cbn.nccl, fI at slone, hend to west. In scription


Cl eeply cut round m:lrgill heS i)HlillS at west ' :-
u Here lyeth the boay of B y GATEL, one who lh'ed 21 y ear!:!!!
deane of this Cburch and died in September 1 G,:s S."

V. 'Altar-tomb, four panels, in chancel .near nave, south ~ ide. luscription


cnt in relief ' : -
" W I L LI A)I ) 1.>. GF.!'icH ARHl l (?) ami bis wife ELI Z. )h; DI~ A (?)
made tbis tombe anno Vni t 650."

, Also in chancel, sonth side, llcad to eas t, effigy of a priest holding a.


cbalice, 011 a flat stonc. ~o inscri pti on .'

T he following imperfect inscription is given as far as is


possible :-
(j B eneath li e th e Temnins of Has. BRIDGF.T LYS AGHT, Rlias
J OI:DAl', and of J , • . [ brokell ~ tbe belo\'ed wi fe and c hild
of lJAtI'L LnAGU1', a tribute of r espect p!l.id to t he ir memory
by a kin d hUiiband and fond p::.rc m, bot h of whom di ed
in 18[4 1J3.
All th e rest torn • • ••• • ,"

Seward says of this plac e t h" t the cathe d ral i." Yer)' a n cie nt,
bu t ill good repai r ; th e nav e is full of old fam ily monu me nts,
and in t he choir is tha t of S t. Ff:c1mm, it s orig in al foull ut: r,
having t he eliigies (.~ic) of t he sni nc carnd at full le n g th,
I Here are alw seven cros"es, eneh of wllie h is formed of a single stone,
and orD:lmcllt cd with ...ery all tien t scn! pt ure.'

1·8 r i.~h of It; iJrulO,r. .


I The chorch of I\ ilrus h is said to be Tel)' ancient. A tradi :iOn;\! elegy
is prc;;c·n'cu in the llPi f;h bau l'lJood, :lscdlting its building to SCll anus, t he
· 5Uc c c ~.so r ot ~ t. Patrick.'

l-nrh,1t of H illa r d.
'T his church is unroofed , Lut the wa ll s Rrc standing: , ( 18 16 ).
Purl ... h (lr U.lUleru::;h.
"This church is s~\id to h:l\'e becn rebuilt by the )lacllonnel family enrly
iu the last ccntury; it is in thorongh repair, aud hns divine service ill it
regularly, with a large cougrct;atioll ill tlHl SUlIlmC I' tim e.'

l· ..lrfsh or'I o,·orta.


'This church is ill rnins, th c grenter part of it. havin g been taken away
to conr grayes. It is, h ow~\'e l" a great burial-place fOI" th e nUcil'll t S{'pt,;
(If)1 AC~"'IIO!>l, O'CAHAN, O'lluN EEN, &c. [f t he tr:l.wllel" sllOuld feel :L1Iy
surprise at scdug the celebrated name of "C"NTI" ill scribed all se \'cral
tOlnbst(lll l"S here, he lIlay conclud ~ th ey cover th e remain:; of JI.!~ ec lid alltS of
some of the illustrious \"bih'l~ of the CU . lt £ family at tIle nCil:)h bonring
castle nnd mansion of Carrigaholt .
I A large bell Was fo und here a few re.'!r3 ago, ami sent to Lim erick,
,... bere it was sI,ld.'

fillbaU)"houe .-ari!',h.
'Til e chllTch is without a roof, nor is it likelv that it lUiS beeCl covered
iu fOI" a century and a·l utif i )"\!t the walls u;·c stamiing, aud in perfect
repair. The arch vf the door is Gotitic, and seents lvw, as til e graves aud
t<..wiJst(lucS h,we raised the sm"face of thc i.lJsiu l: of th e ChUl'ch sC ~'erallet:t
auovc thc leyel of the anciCllt floor, the hard au u allll o:.-t j\Ollelll"tmulc
surface of whic}1 gellcratly furms th e uOttOID of t he (!:n1 ves. Here are the
remnins of a b,'ptislIl;J.] fVllt, which has been broken; but on each side vf
tbe square peucs t:J.1 wllir.h ~,l.Ippo rl e d it, are lIgures not iut'legautiy sculp-
tured; but ollly two of them remain perfect- olle oftl,ese is a ll (1I'le) hUIll;J. l)
ilgure, Lurc ·heaucu, with a stair or t:lw .icr in L.[" baud; aud. the other a
tree, with two IJl"ojec tiug bralJc!tcs.'

UUcnrrol.
I Tb e ruined church of Kilcan'vl stanus on a scqu es tercul'-pot, within

half a mile of Kilntsh. In it are the reUlaills of :l worm·catell WUUUl'n


im age, held in the greatest ,"ell cration IJY tbe pe a~a ntry; ami lle>Lr ti le
ch orch is a circular muunu of e:"lI"l h :\llJ stOll e!", from th e top 01 which,
tradi tion :sa.ys, ~ t. Carro l lJr<:! 3chcu. 'I'Lis is .:l pupular burial.}!lace.'

Jiiltlimo [or Kildeemol.


I E-rcry \'e;;;tige of t hi.,; church has di sr\ppea.rcd; Lut tradit ion l"{'oonl:5 it,;

situation ill an orchard. ncal" t bc I"c ~ i dc ll tc uf the late jIr. ;\rtuUI" O'uollncl.'

J{illle~all;;t ;::; h ('hur("h


I Is in ruim.<. si tnrttcd ncal' Clarcfichl, in th0 pari.sh of Kilficra): h. It j"
the burinl-pl:lce of th c l'l"() te .~taut f~l mili cs of Cox ::Ju ll :::C.\U.5. who ha\'c
leases m perpetuity of adj oil:ing f"rm s from the rcprcs·.' llt3ti\·e:l of th~
Hallykett 1IICli:lU:"; family: .
4:!

Iiih'rony
• Is sitnated Oil t he Shannon, near DUll<lna. It is remal'knble only
th e buri al-place of th e atlciclit and l' e:ipectabl~ falllily of 1>l U.lWN 1· , or
MocClui.'

Uilkrethm e.
I There are con ~id e r ab l e ruiu s of two ancient c hurches in this place. Iu
one of them is a burial-place of Ihe :\lAcool'.: ~ LLt.S of Kilkea:

:rtfJSS .

'Tbc church of Doss is situ:lted Dcac the natural bridges, on the rem ote
and wild bay called by this name. It i3 ;) 0 ft>e ~ lou g mIll J5 i eet wide.'

I{ilcoan.
'At a STU:\)) distance from 1:055, and di ¥i dcd from it by a bog, the Tuius
of the church of Kil r.oa ll wcre some yeal';:! ago pe rceptil;le. It was called
the cb urch of (;0:111, a 5un 'i.o1' of tile nine saiuls whose bodies He in the
cburchyan l of Has ::;.'

I A n ancient bell. said by O'H nllor:l1l anJ m:llly others to belong to St.
S enanus·s alt"r, is still prese rved by the descellllullts of t he fam ily of
UKASE. ill .' th e West," :l.Ud. th e ::pv t on II !lich it i.s an: L'l'cu tll a t it fell
from he"veu ful' th e saillt',s u"e, is "hewll 3t t!i..: crOS.5, oCI\\"cen Kil tJilllo
and F'nrrib~', when' 311 ul t::t r 11 ,,:> bee u cl'Ce t~d to eOUllllcmiJ t<lte [he eVt'u t.
This relic of all tiquity is co \'ereu by a StrOllg coat of silver. fi rmly fa stcl1 ed.
to it, an d crnam cuteu by raise d fig-ures; it is ill gt! 1Jcrfd use fur the dis-
eo.ery of petty' thclt~, and the clcn r:lUCC ot c\;aracters, )Iany of t he
eonntry people would fl Ot swea r till s( ~y on the ., Gold..:! ]] J;eI! ," ns it is
ealh.:d, for tll cy nrc t3ugllt fro m theil' infallcy tllat the cOlisequ cuce {J( sncb
a ll aet woulJ be instant d e,~tb .'

~caUer,. I~land.

·,' he rell1aillS of the monumcn t of ~ (·n:1.1lu s . wh ic h was defaci! d by the


]Ian "" ill 8Jfi, are :c:;: i!\ to be :;:cell itl ~ l:attl!r)' J ~\;IIJJ, wi th tile l'uius of
d:n reltes, and "cnl',,1 edk In t he HOlle that c1 ()se ~ t he l Op ()f ti.e
el e\'('11
a.ltar wiuuuw !lt the c:1th~IJI',ll (;hu r(;b , j ~ t ile iJ..::lJ 01':\ sail. I, with hi:; lni lrE.',
bohll)' executed, :1IH.l Lilt liltk- JeI,leeJ. Tlti;,\ is uue ul t ile mo,,:t p(op uia l"
bnri. d·pkwcs in tit.... tllUl1t\· j Lilt it i-; not \',,'1'1' ta~I' of :1"C,''( -; iu sturmy
w{" tl ber: li le i lll'OIl\·~l1i f.'ul:c j<;. rl'u),JicJ ",I' a l'I:;i,lj.j,·tacc (' ,~!1l'J ~ UA:-:AI\ U.L
(t hc old ch ureIJ). ill t ile 1!.>\I'ni:cll'l,,: 'Jr' L ";IJIllVIC, HC,l r l\ i!rll~IJ. T he coull t ry
IJt'ople btiie\te t tJ:l t ;\1\ tllC uUllic:; lo uricd ill thi:.latrc r l,I.ICl', ;lr~ Illir;l<: ul olis ly
f;Ou \ cycllI1l1l.h:r 1111! Ltu vf tile !'i n':l iutu t;,e Iwl)' cl' uuuJ ul h .:.. bcn. ~.l:l .'
4""

i There me 110 public Iihral'ieg, nor !lily m allu.!'cl'ipt~, excep t :1 fe w ill t he


Irisu character, prcscneu by a i;lI l1i ly of Ihe ;\1 Ac ;\LulOXS, iu CM' H1CAIIOI.T.'

'The l :om::llL Catholic Cll :\ pcl~ arc fiYe-v iz ., nt K{LR CS II, J)Ul'JH:G.
LI SS /ll: ~: ~, ;\J .. \'AIITA, :'IlIU KlI .{; ,U.LYJlv;>:l::; JIl OS ~ or th ese have bcclll'cbui!e
aud slat ed s ince the year ] 7!J~.'

I LIST OF l SCl')'IBE"TS, E XTltA cn.D flh))l Tll E FIr.51 FRUITS' HI .C OIIDS.'

"I ~ec t . siye prebend. de I\i!nlsh, MA1: CUS Ln,cll, s tud ent dC]l l'i\'Cu;
the preb . sequest. to 1:08. 'I"UI::i'l)l :N. ynl. £ :30.
h R ODEUT \rtLslIN, admiss. et inSlitut. fuit a.c iu stalJat. prio. die Oct.
1 (jj O, in Pr:t!bc Lld. de Elliic;ltliie, ttl:;. l';: Uru:; h, ill CoJUl. Ula rc •.[.1 H e,',
.. G uuu.. II.:O t:I, L, illsti tu t. et collat. iu:;tallal. fu il prim. die ,::,cpte lll b.
('Qd, anllo (IGjU ) iD Prebend. de i·.lIuisc<lt ilie, nl.:;. Kilru.:; iJ, iu CUHl. Cb rc,
£4 ster.
"Jullf:S PATI :nS' );\" cler. il15tilut . et im tnlb.t.. fll it 25() die ffcbruar .
1615 5, in Prebend. de iJllli ~c;\ l l l\' , :\150. illiseal ric, al:;. l\ill'U.-:iJ, ct cod. di e
insthut. fuit ad ill Vi c:l.1'. de KiihLl·d.
KILLFI ER,\GH, l\ILLnALLlU o :.'E, et J\loYARTA, Com. Cl arc:
,< J 01H:S y .... l\D.HEUR, cler. ill Artj \,s. magI'. collat. fuit 6'" Ji c )!ny,
I GS j, ad l'rc\,l!llli. de Iniscathri e, nls. Kill'lJ ~ h, £ ·1, ricaI'. de i\l o.\' le na
JOs., !';:iJlard 10,:;" Kill fci rngh 21)5 , et l\ illb:lllyiJn lle 13:>, -Id,) Com. Clarc.
"J:I CIf.AUD HU1.LP,~, l:cct, Ki lru~ h , I .\ 0". I is:!.
U " · II. LLUI L EW IS, l:ect . I';:ilru ~ h, -t J IlIH', 1753, CI,lI'c.
"WI LI,IA;\I \ r AT";O:"O, 1:. J';: ill'u511, I .Au~, 17G7, Clare.
"hm'I!"l:: \\"III'''. '\" collated ~4 Ju ly, Ij j;, 1'. Elluiscatlirie, £ -1, I\il-
fie ragb, )I oyanft, l\. illball) hone, aud Killa rJ , Uillre, ]J. t.
"liEOI:G8 1l .\1' 1':1(, A.B., iustit u{ed ~ .l,pril, 17 !J~, It. Kih'U5h, Clare.
"GcunG E Gl"STAVUS HAK£II , ill slitutcd 1 Aug., 17 ~(j, I:. l\ilrush,
Clare •
.. SU :-:Ol SH GIL\DY, institu! c(l 1 ~ J11U C, 180;), yi cc G. G. Itd;:er, re-
~ibnecl, wuo lI elu, 7 AnguH, I T~t.l , IL l\ '~rll ~ h, Clan;."
p !a ~u ll. J

Of thc above i' :i1'i ~IJ cs, .i e., Lcwi s sa:ys :-


H Th e church of 1\i1r ll~ h i;:: :1. br~e euificc, with an emhattle(l towel'
crown ed wit h piurlnc1C'5 : it was bniit in l S l ~, near t he si te of rhe :llIcic ll t
cllurcli, of wlli ch till' r uiu " forlll nil i1i t (' re$t ill~ and pi cl l1r~ ;"q ur.. l1 1)pC lluage j
it contains a we!i·cxccUlc.\ nl\\r;l ll:l hlct 10 th e late .' 11'. \":llldcll'ur.
~ ; The ( I:. C. ) p:m.}ciliul Cllllpd is a spncivus lJuildillg, \I jth a wcll -
execillctlolltar·pi t:t:e .
•• .-\1. ~llIlla r; lia :ll'e tlie rui ns (·f :1I1 :'I UCiellt cli:'lll('l. SUJlPo~('1 1 to hayc been
Luilt b\' ::; l. :--- PII:I1 I, II li o is 1'>:li ,1 tu han: Ill'ell .\ llaLi\'c ul IlJaL place .
A1t;ICh~J t o it is 3. \'lIl'ial· f~T,) ullll. Soi l! in I:~ ", ;:Ind DCaI' il a i/Oly II el l.
There are ~e vr]'al forh allu ra th::, ill tillS pnri;:-\!."
'K ILLA [ID is bounued on the we::,t by the .\tlnlHic. Th e Chul'ch is l\
modern building!

, I\[LF[ EUAGH, se,en miles from Kiim'lh, on the coast. The chlll'ch , a
small plain llllil:1ing with out a tOlrcr, i':j said to have been rebuilt by th e
M'DolillCIl famil)" early ill th e last centu ry. It was repaired a few y ears
since, at an ex pe nse of £ 100.
I At KILNAHAI,LACIl, on th e 'vcst ern side of Ponlanishery I1nrb011I", a
nunnery is sniJ to h:n'e bcen fOllIlJed Ly ~t , Smmn; it is ca ll ed •• C,lt).3.-
c4Jllech," 01' tI,e h Church of the :\ und," and the ruins of the chapel still
exist, with a LUI'ial.groulld attacb ed.'

''MO Y,\P.T.>. is an other coast parish, between the ShanllOn and the
Atlantic. The ruins (jf the old church st ill remain, and til{'; blll'ial- grolHi tl
con tain::! SOUle tomLstolles, inscl'iueJ with the celebrated French nallie
"CONTI," some of whom arc snpposed to have been visitors of the Cl:\I'c
family at the neighbouring' ca stle of ., Curri g-all oh." The ~1ac~lahons arc
saiL! t o have ollce !..rod a n::sideuce ill this 1-'Ori5h.'

'KILBALLYUONJ;, or KIL BAL LY OWEl\,- The mins of the old chInch


still remain in the budal-ground ; and at Hoss lll'C th use of auotbcl', out
much smaller.'

BUf.ll'atty.

')Jurnl monument in the chancel of BunrJtty ruined c1JUl'ch; letters


snnk Homan ca pit nls j 110 uate ' :_

"Here Lieth The Yaliant Bra,'e and Just


Captain Dalton now in Dust
I Kn ow Said The C',ptain ,\1y
LOrD And lledeeme,' J, C, Liwth And
Although ~Iy Body is Dust
Still 'Yith ~line Eves I shall See
The LO rD GOD of'lIosts."
[From J. G. Ban'Y, Esq,l
COUNTY COR K.

( "8",tle(OWllrOche IParish.
[From )~njor J. Gro\'e Whi te, 57th t:egimeut.]
'Tablets on the walls iu~id e the church':-
H Near this place I In the Family Vault I OfW"JLLIAMYEI1LI~G
E5qre. Conner. at Law J Lye the l~emfl i lls I of hi 5 wife
).IAI!TJlA VEJ:LIN G , 1 Onu gh tcr of HUDD E n l: o B~:RTs Esql'e. I
Her afreeticlIIate bu.::Laud I in grnt itlloe to the )lemory I of
a most faithful and lovin g wife j fUllllllloth cl' antI sincere
I
fri end cnnsc(1 thi s littl e monum eut to he erected. S he I
dyed at the city of Cor ke l Oll tb e ;; Otll day of .\pril 1769.1
.Aged 49 yeal's. I AIlLl Slet'!Y5 in fll !! bLlt IHlm ble confidence J
of a JO) ful lle5sen ect ion (.sic). I Her Dallghters J .UE and
CATHna"'E slee p I with ber,"

Sphinx, EGYPT. XLIV. P. e,t: t.


Crossed sword ~ through a laurel wreat h, in frollt of eros ~ ed colours.
"To th e )Iem ory of I Bl'f' \-et.:'! ilj nr ,J OIl:o. LuF'f l'S OTlL\l-
)IAN S~_UGli I I
-l-t l :e~ i!Jj e nt wIl LI Jit'llnear All cn 011 his
I
passage to E n~hlHl. 011 the ;?-H h J alluaryl 863. aged I
I
27 years afte r anlUOll:5 exerti on ~ in the zealous perful-m.
I I
aIlce of hi s du ty Oil Fidtl :' en-ice in the :\ orth of Chi ll :1. I
I
This Table t is tr ee tell b.:' th e oliicel-s of the Hegim ellt I
'as a tribnt e of th eir love and est l:'e m I and to ma rk their
J eep regret l ilt I
t he l'l:;s alone wh 05'" \\(ll'th and Ulany
I
noble qual ities Had so mueh en de ared him to his l
Brother officers.')

• There is al"o a tabId to th e mem ory uf )I.-'r.l;Y, the wife of JaR}; St'[;TH-
GATE )L~Jl.:SE1: GIl, of Gr eena n c~ County Ti ppe rary, and only child of
11lCllAIW )I."un~, of Cli tl"o nI, C;lstlcl ownroclic Parish. S he died 3rd
~ept" 1 8 11, 37 ye ars of flo: e:

, A tahlet is erected to the l1i e lLl o r~' of .--\:\"~ ", wife of CAM1\:,
':-h c died Srd Jillluary, 18;5G, a.;ed 28 yea......
11 0 _U:I..: ,
"r. J.
'In tllC churchyard';-
•• J:'\o. Com':>.: ot C htre Ca~tle . Co. Cl... re, diell 22ntl .\ug:U"it,
It>::2 .5, aged ::; y e .lr~ , "

"HLLrilll l'l acl' of J.".'IES ']'LW~- alJJ F:lllli ty, 18 1iL"


::\I VII\lmCILt.;
4(j

"CU.-\ ltLF.S HAY. dietl 3nt .\llg- U;;.t, Iiil."

"LOUIS.\ T f'R ES.\, wife of 'WrLLJ..\M I!OGEP.S JO H NSO~ ."

"FR ANC IS 'ELlF-, native of Grenvill e, Xorlll:mdy, died 7th .\Jay,


l S3J, nged 45 yenr,;."

u S USAN X,-\ :\ G~~f.S .\rYLF S, wife of \YII.LIA:.r .\h:u:s. She diect


15th Augltst, 1887. ngcL14 S YCfl),S."

"ROllr:nr ,,'n r:, J.P. , of Qnn rtertowll Honse, :\Inllow, uieu


2 3ftl ?\ ol"cmbcl', 188·1, ng:cd .5c3 y efll"s."

"Jon:» W EBB, of Ca5t leto wmoche, llieu 3ru July. ] 86S,


aged 37 JC 'u's ."

UJ OII N 'Y rDD, died 15th Octobe r, 18 16. :\g'cd 59 y enrs.


FR A~CI.S, his wi fe, died Gt h D~C CI1l Q(' I·, 18 18.
P.or.r:rn, th eil· son, uie') Fehrl1ary. 18,)2 . ag-ed 63 years.
Hi s wife .\L-\ RY di ed 18 32, aged -12 yea rs."

" A LF.XA r-' DF.Il REW, of '\iontrosc, ill .5cotlnml." (IIIcg:iLle. )

II Tll n}I.tS K E.\ n. of Cn ~ tlet o w1l1"(lch c . d ieJ 23 rd Febl'l1:'lrr,


lS 2;,. n~{'ol 'j-t ,·cn ,·,:I • •n~u l,i5 ,<:'0 11 TH O ~U, S, died :5t1~
J :lIlI1!1ry~ 182 8, ':J1;cll I year !lml 9 mout lI5."

,. WII. Lt ,\ll Wl tS P:.' , ESfJl'e" of Rilcummer Hoese, died Sih


J auu~lrJ~ ISi·1. ll is fathc!' ad mot hcr al.~o li e here."

II P.EV O. J Oll:'o' LEE. J!{'(;t OI' of nri (i!; etown, County Cork , died
22nd DCL'elllLcl" lSi;), aged 5 1 year,:;."

II Er{'ctet\ b,· :;;:l n ~;F.Y C nr.rr">l t ,\~. t o t he memorr ofh i ~ ';0 11


J OSH!!, ,;'ho (Eell l Dt h :\!ay, 18G O, !lO'l' tl 13 )·c:u-s. "

"F.I"C'c(e,j h" Eow '\ IW \\"' L ~ O ~. i ll mcmon· o f hh f:1 l ln> ]· I


l\ II CIIAE L \YILSO:'l, ui etl 1 jl h lJ ecclIL ocr: 1 S:,U, aged 66 yea.·s," ,!

1
j
4,
"EI'€cted by Sergean t JAlIl:S and ELL ~;~ SAV ILLE , 2nd Battn:.
h t ' :op.ls, in remembrance of tlJ{>jr two children J A~~F.S :md.
J OliN, ·wl.o died ~ ~ tb Deccmbc l', I Sl:5, ag"t'~l 'l yea rs a nd
6 mOl.th;;. .l\ b o J ULI A l~ LL I':!" died ...t ,Xusscrat.md, 1 "it h
Sept., l e'67, aged 1 yea l' and G mo uths, Also .\ S"'A
C A TH E'. Rl:\~: , died Srd :'\oycmbel", J l;C ~ J a,;e{1 10 mouth::;,"

" J ULlA O'CAL I,AG[IAN, died 1st Jmlllary, 18G 9, aged 29 Je~!l's~
Al so her brothel' D A~, die d :lot h S cptemLc l', I BCj , nged 15
years. Also theil' luot he l', C ATHEI:ISE O· C,\L L A GIL\ ~ . d ied
3 1st Jul~' , 187 8, aged G3 ye;lr.-i. .\lso their father, 'J'uJOntr.
O'UAI.l..A GHA"', tli\!J 3l.5t Jnnuary, 1880, aged 7G years."

" M A I!! .-\ EL 1ZA Bf: T!l ECCLES ~ 1.\ G I ::-;' N , born 3 1 .A ug !., I S51"
di ed G Oct r" Hi.jB. Al so .A NN Ecc n s .' I.... G l~:-; . born
2 3 Dee r., l o5 :?, di ed .:j :\on .• 186 --1. A J ~o JAm:s I::CCL.:S-
~l A G l "N . ha l"!! 17 ~ O'iT. , ISG5,(lied Ii June, 186G,
childre n of C. ..\ . :'I I AGIN N. A . ~ l. , I: ect or of C as tleto 'l"Drod o•
.anti ~ I.-\I:Y his w i l~ . MAny ) JAGINX , ,l itlu :'Ilu rch, 18 75,
and ANN .llAGIN N", died .sept!"., 1881 , slstl! rs of C. A. }' l A !l;,~Nx:·

" l-!EYD. J OHN ~I." GI NN, r:e\! tor of C n~t l e t u wllr ocl l c . died 25t!.,
Octr., 18·10, aged 36 J' ea rs."

« Erected by J O H ,\;o;XA ) I I:LCAllf to th e memory of h er brot he!l,.


J OHN HORP'.-\(i A, N, di eJ -l July, 183 -1, aged &G years."

'" ED~IO:\D DO YLE, died 7th Feby., 17 56, aged 92 years.


His wife ELlUB~:T II uicd l-l th ~ o \" ember , I iG~ . "

« Erected by P.n anrl J .-!. ~ I ES XAGL}O; , of nall yshecn, to the ir


f ath er J om., who died 10 J Illy, 11;)36, agcJ 59 y eal"~."

"To memory of :\L-\ RY G RU: X, and of her grandson G EO. G l:I : iI: ~ ~
who uied 176 1, at:;I!J :! I years."

« Erccted by J oU:"l lln (l w N ~· . of ),[ allo \';". in memr.ry of his


fat ll er Tn ull .... s. who d ied ·1 .J:in y•• I ,'\:2!J . a!: i'd 60 ,-ca rs.
And of hi" moti le)' L!ATIII-:::l:\E, ~"ho tll..:d '2 -~Iarch, ' 1::) 1£1 .
Ai ~o hi:; Lrothcf." ( lllcgiLle.)

"EreeteJ hy C OI!:-':I': Ll I:S O·Baa:",., of Castle toWlll"(,cht , in


nH~tl \(jry o( llis sou JO lIX, whQ dieu ~:J :-'f' p t" 183 -1."
"Burial Place of P.n CLAscr tlud fo';tmily, and t heir
daugh ter ELLE~." (Illegible.)

of Ca~tl eto wnl'o c h e , born


" R EVD. T 'FIOlIAS H OA RE, r.ectol·
28 APliI, 177', died 15 Dec" 1$3 5,"

U Jons W t:LsnAD, dierl18th October, 1808, aged 42 yeal's,


erected Ly his widow BRIDG ET," [Alt.n-tomb.]

II CHLOT1LTA L vcy HOAr.E, died 13 July, 1886, aged 7ft year,,:'

"JERF.MI,\11 O'CALLAGUAX . llied '11:) Sept., 18 -10, ag-ecl G8


years." (Family Burial Place.)

"TnO:!JAS UPIr\GTOX, di ed July, 180S ." (Family Burial Phtce ,)

,: Erc(,lctl by D,\NJ EL i\l c uPIIY in rumlOY)' of his broth(' Y


BARTHllLtm::w, wh o died 13 J llly, IS3!) , aged 34 year","

" JOflN FLUiG, died 17:.i6, aged G-l yenl'::>."

"JOIlS l! nCHE, di ed 27 lI arch, 1772."

U F," ceted b\' DA:SH~L 0111(1 P,nl~ lcK B.~np.y , of~ a<;t l cfO <l' lll'Ochl',
in memol,): of th~ir fMher TH O~L\S, who di ed t 3 Octo[w r, 18:.!5:"

oJ Family nudal PI:lce of CLIC Ii: Fus s, of Ba"~'gri c:liI, lle


dieu ';'Ih ..\UgllSt, 17::;,), aged Sf) y ears." (Illegible,)

"JoHA:<'::<.:A O'DnIEs, ofn ei'm)" died 4 April, 180 1, a::;l'rl


20 year3. Erec ted by hel' f:UI,(>I' WILLI.\ ~I,"

"WILL1 A~1 C I.A!'<CY, died 17 9 1, aged :!9 yea rs, erec le[1 by
his fath er TnwTIIY."

"TmOTUY CLA~Cl', died ~Tarch. I. S7, ageLl 3S yca rs."

" )Lullu s COLl.IX S, iliell 10 :S on" 17SG, :lgcJ 58 )'e'lI':S."

.. Ert> ctl'd [n- P AT COLI,I)\~, J:,uhnacart cl1 . to menlor .. ('>f


hi" f:uh er' )tAT lICW, wh o Illc d 2:1 ,\Lw.:h. i ~ 7 8 , aget] ~O
ye:ll'S. .-1.1:=0 his II1 cHher ':\lA1; GA " ET, wh o tI!ell l ~ t FdJY.,
I $ i O, aged 05-:' ,'f(:llr:;."
49
"1fR8. }.!.U,Y )IA"SJ.::RUII, JieJ ;) Sept., 1S11, aged 37 yt!ars."

U~lATTnr:w BLA,KE, diell I I:) )f ul"cil, I Sil, ageJ 50 years.


Erected by his wido w J UIU Nt' A BLA KF.,"

U R EVD. JAM ES C OLE 3IAN, clied Konmber, 1768, aged 33 y eal's,"

• The veult of t he Gr.oV" E:. Family (now extinct), and subsequently of


the GIW \'E-AN:O;:~: H~: Y F amily of .A lln e's Gro\'e, Castle townI'oc he, has 110
inscription on the slab which i;; on the foo tpat h Oll south :f>idtl of the church.
Tbe vaul t goes under the church:

• Thi:J vault of tIl e FUr:LO ~G Family is in cast side of churchyard, and


bears iuscriptiou to th at effect.'

'Tombston es arc also erected t o the F amilicl; of O'~ F. IL, CL .nICY,


~hiRPllT, SULLI\"''''I lI u:\TEI :, &c., &c.
~ 1 had DO time t o copy the ill ~ cripti o ns.'

'The Toml! l'-'ield, Crea;:;1I ':"llstle, lJI oll c rnlle l"arl~h.

'The alt:lr.tomb ove r t he " :lult of the C lt E -\ GII Family is i ll n field nenr
Creagh C:t;; t1c, called the Tomi> Field. 1'1,el"e is only the (lne tomb. The
Lnrial-place is surrolln ded by a circular wall.'

I
u Sacred (0 th e memory of J IJ J! :"\ C R EAOH, Esqre. )(. D. I I
a Phy sicia.n. I a Schola r I :\Il c1 a P bilan th rop i.s t. I He was
I
the delig ht of the Society in which he lived and a I
blessing to t he Kece.ssitous I of e very Dcs.cri pt ton. I He
died rhe 3 0 th of )I nrch. I i 92. nged I oS:! Yl!n r¢o I Also
I
her e lieth th e b o d~' of J our; HRA SI r: lt- C R EAGll, Esqrc.
I
his gr.:m dson who departed this lif. the !J tb day (.of I
October, 18 04 , at; ~d :.:3 years."
[Altar-tomb.]

'C.1ptain .Tohn Brnsier ,Cl'cngh. of Creagh Cast le, informs me th at the


following are nl so burieJ in this ,,-ault :-
'Emu GRlFFI!', died I] := ept., 1:363 , nged jG.
A:"\;\O', \Ti fe (JfG I: o!l.G I: \ \' ASur:'GTU;>; BIl.-\ SI U t -CREAGH,dic d
2:3 )Jay. I Suo, o1 g'CJ 6:3.
\\'JLLLOI J uU!\ so :\ BII ASIER- CHEAGH, died Feb. 2 G, I S:?.
" 'ILLIAll llIU» I Elt- Cm: AGU, u
di"J )j a)" 1% 0, ao ~,l ·to,
GEOnGE: \\'AS IlT:\GTO:O;: ilr..-=.SIEIH ':r..r: ,I.G II ,dieJ J un e, l oS .!),
aged 79.
Js.Hl CLL.\ Bl: .\ SI 'R - Cla: ,\G H. died I S Oct., I S ~O. :-r.;'l'd ,16,
l:l cH ,\u l> D.
Hl:Asl Eu· Cm:.-\ Gu: [ l):ltC !lvt kIJoJwu .:
D
flO
JlolI(")'ail(" ( ' h " I'('II, l -a,·I ... h of Uou{'raile.
[ From 1\b j ol' J , G royc "~ h ite, 5 7t h r.egiwcnt, I\i1bymc, D oncrailo.]
I I nside the church ' : -
U To th e Glory of GoJ in 10\·itlg mem ory of n AYES ST. J;r..G~; K I I
I nh Y i:)COUlit Von erail e I I:orn 1st Octob('I', 1818. D ied
2Gth August , I S.s7, 1 This 1'1':11 of six.. Dells ill th e T OWC1'
I
of Doncl'ai le Church is erec ccll by his dj.ughter C J.A II F. :lnd
I
hel' bu sLand LOI:D C.U;TLF.Tu W:\' of Lippe r 0 880ry."
[ BI"355.]
I t o the memory of I .\ n TIlt;l:. Gam:; Cr.EAG H,
" Sac l'Cu
I wh o depar ted thi3 1ife I 011 the 23 1'J of ~\ugU3t ,
E !'qre.,
1855, I ag('!.J ~ ;) ye:li'.::i. I !:liuccrdy amI descl'\'cd ly l!cgrcttcu I
By d l wlJO knew him ."
[M..Hc.]
I Ar ms, &1'.' :- Cresl-A horse's heatl ,vit h [I hraneh, rnm p:m t .
A17l!S and ..lIotto- ' 1 Virtl1te et nomin e."

I
" This t a'ul et is erected by C .H II EI: I:-Ir.. ST .... WEL L as a tlib ute I
I
of affectio n to t he 11lcmor)' of hcr bcloyeu husba lld, I
W I LLI A n ST .... WE LL, of Kiibr,\ck) Esqt'e" I wit h whom she
Jjveli ill UllilLterrU!ll eU happin<:ss I for fifty-fiye years. I
lIe died 011 the 17th Jny of February, 11:;;:$0, aged 85 ye.n s." I
P I,,·blc.]

'011 marble slab on floo l' west of cummuniou. t:1.bl e· :~


".'1'0 the Gl ory ofGoJ and ill llwing- memory of! ~l C I1 0 L A S
I
E VA:-'S, J. P ., [{ eti rell Comlllallller 1:.:\. , of ); ewtu \v u ill
this Parish, J who J icu l It h Uctouer, 1 8 ~-1 , a ged 71:1 years. I
And of CATll u a "t; A LICIA llis wife, I wh o die d 30th
D ecember, 16!H t age d i j Yl';Jrs ."
i
" T o tIlC Gl ory of Gou nIHt in lo \·jng- memm'y of I J .\ NE J
J, lA I! GA I : ~: 'f,
wiJ vw of l :01;EI!T I
C I:O:H :, of ll~· blo.!( , j
DODCl'l1ilc, aud uau; hter of th eI:ue J OlI N )\ UItCO LT, I M.D"
died AuouS[ ~ :!, 1", 78, aged 70 )'ears: '
!' These commuuion ra ils we rc prcsented I by somc relati\"c3
aud fri ends." l Ora!u.)
1
14 To ti, e memory of J! OLEr:T Ft:l">:'I:LL CRO~E, of Tlyblo:>.: , I
and )hltT liA his wife, :U1d tb eir 5 :::0115, JU ll~ , J .UlI::S. I
I:O BEI:T, JleGl!, J: A:<. l' .\LL, ;Iml.J. ll.Illg:hter.~, J A:-; j·:. I
FI: .... ~ CES, _\"'~ I':! )IAIlTIU, tJlis wi llllClW is erecteu Ly I
('O:-:8TA;IOCI:', ,~i llo w of lJ l(. 'fJ:IIl' slJ r .L1., lt~ . , the 1i fth anu
~:I~Ul.I!;l'''1 lla ugl.'!I'.I';, ami flJi..: SUI' jyiug- member of the
t um I)" .\.. D. I ·~ I". U~nl~s.·
51

' C"c ~t - A t1exh~l' arm in al'UlOUf cmbow~J, holding in the h:HlJ a


daggt')r :'\11 ppr.
A,'II!.S- ..\r on .'\ elle\' gtl, between three roses of the last barbed " el't ,
seeded gold.
J)[otto-" Nonr1ssez l'e ~perance." ,
[ All, over the inscription.]

" SA CR ED 1'0 THE )IE:.IOH.Y I OF I ~IAJOR IL-\KS


TH O' FELL '," HITE I L ate 40th Reg!. I OF
K II. DUR::-;* XEAR llOXEIlAII.P. I Wil D DEI'. TillS LIFE
MAY i i, )876.1 Ag~d 5 ·1 Years."
[ Mar~le.J

'A h:md somc mormmcllt, 1 2~ feet by S fect , consists of a life-size fig01'C


of Hope, ill pure white marble, hohling au a nchor in the right hand, and
leanin g with tbe left arm 011 a mc\lalliun of Arthur :3cntleger, LorJ YigeOlmt
Doncraile. T he £gl.:.l'c is cnsnrill Cu ill a portico supPol'ted by pill ars of
f;iclIl1il IlwrLlc, <luJ on each :;.iJc staud s a fi ;;'lTrc of n boy, ia white mtl.!'lJle,
the ol\e on the ri ght holJillf; in his right liaud n club. and the oth er, in Ids
left-h and, a lookillg-gl ass, rou nd which is entwined a snake . A bo\'e is a
,·isc ount's corone t, with the family arlllS : Cre.,t-A griffin pa s~all t or j
Arllls- A:.. fL'CH)", argo a chief, 0"; SlIl'por((u- ' fwo grii1in.:!, or, wjn g~
cl1!Y:Ltcd :Lnd indor,;;cd frcttl·, :LZ. .IIvuo-" llaut et bon ." The wllole is
sora.onnt cd by a fll ilernl lI;n connected on each side by fe~toollS of tl'aCcry-
work with a small hmp.
'UIlJcrlH'lth ro ns the following in scri}ltioll';-

" To the :U CllIory of !


ARTllL'H SE:-;TLEG E l t Loro Viscount DONERAILL ani! Daron
KILl IEAD E:-;, who dieJ 7th JllIl C, 172i! ageJ iO yeal'::! I
be married ELI Z. I1 ... YES, J :ll1 i;ht cr of J OH;» II .. YES of
\\,in eh el~ea , in the i...'OLlllty (If ~lI ;:se x, F.~CJre . I
by wh0m he Il:lll tbrICe sou,;; and two d ~Lll g" hter5, \' iz. Ar.THVR,
Jo n:s, and IlAYJ-:s. th e prc~llt L')rJ Vi~ CO Ullt lJO:-; r.n.Hr.F.. I
I\Luy- who died YOIlIlg'; aud Euz: marri.:d to l:lcHD.
AL.lJoWO LtT H of :\t!\\' )Iarl;ct, in the COlli lty of Cor:", Esqre. I
D escenJeo fr,'1IJ ~m :\ !,T II Ol"Y :;; r. ~TLL::G t.:I:, Ii:llig ht of til\! )lost
lIouoraLle Orde r of the (i ,m er, G o,:1l1IC111:L U of the l ' I'jvy Ch:tlll'uel', I
auu employell in t h,~ ll!'J,:, t hol~ol":\l,lt' oiliccs !lulle!" the mo,; t
J:enowlIcLl Hell ry t it.:: Ei;"In h anJ EJ\\;\nl t he Six til, I
SCl'cl' .Ll tim ('5 LorJ f) rjl llty (,f In,la nd, hy \\ 110;;(' Illeall~ ill his
!
fir ~ t GOyel!H:Jl' llt tl lc :\ (lI~j;iry aut! l\,.ll1h() LI ~ we rl' il l! l u~cd
Ly gCll eral nn ,1 free (fl !hCll[ to ;':\ \' t: I Jt' lI l)" tile E i;.dHII, the s t~'lo
~!ld title of I\iug (If Ire la nJ to him :t:lt! his P osterity lui' e\'cr. I
52

T his gr:l\'C COllilsellor after his course of life spent in t he


sen'ice of these two Kin:;s. I
a nd having endured nevertheless some cr05se3 iu the time of
Quee n )lary, Lut livin g- to sec I
t he h:\ppy reigu of Quc{l n Eliz:lbcth, D ep:l.l·tcd t his life 1559,
aged auoHt 63, aud i.i buried at n eoml) ill Kent, I
where there is a monum ent erecteu to \lis ~demory as trell
as scnral others to his allcestors. I
Thi;g j\lonl~mellt war- erected
Ly HAYES SE~TI..I:G E I~ th e pres:erlt L ORD VISCOU:':T DO:\!:RAILE
:loS au affectionate TestimollY of his filild Vuty."

• In churchyard ' : -
"The Burial Place of W Il.LIAU ~\ SH10:\", Esqre., ami Family."
[Altar.tomb.]

I
" Sa(Ted To th e memory of I I " · ' LlI ,UI LOIlE, Esql'e .. I
w ho depa rted this life th e n I day of ') I atch, 181:2,
aged 75 yetl !"s." [ Altal'.tomb.]

" Sacred 1to the memory of I .I ..UIE S Gr:o'..-E WIIITE I the:


I I
t eudedy belo ved allli eh.le5t SO li of CHAIt I.ES T UCKE Y
" 'lUTE I I
and ELl Z,HH 'TH hi~ wif(', who tli rll in DOlleraile I
J un e 22, l S5 7, I ng~ll 5 yeal's null 9 mouths. I
• T hem that sleep in J esns I I\'ill God brill; with him: I
I
A I:;o the above Cn,mLEs TliCKF:Y \\'M ln:, died I
1 2 J uly, aged 43." LUpright stoue .~

I
" Ileneath th is tomb arc dl'posited the remain s of J OliN I
GR OVE Sr,;w ,\lw, Esqre . I
He llep:trtell this l if~ thr, 4th d'l)' I
of June, 18 2.5, in t he I 50th yen l' 01 his .age. I Ht:L'e also lie
I
t he remaius of .IAll ES Glton; WHln , I'.sq . of Kil blll'll, I
who entCl't'd I intn I' e,;( J :1nr)" I :~th, ISGfJ, I :lgcd j., years•
I I
• '" alking in all the cOlllm :l.Ol\m elit s or tli~ Loni lli:ulIeiess,
he was beloveu ill life alLd in I ]le:1t h, III-epl)' l:1mcn t:.>d. Hi3
llfllictell widow pl:lcl'i'iI this iU5criptioli as a. record I of his 1
v ir tues ami h('r l'{'grl't. I ''I'h('.:'$. h', 16.'
H ere nl.:'o lie the n:'mai ns I ot' I'JlI,:m~ \\'HlTI" wi do w of the I
1
abovc, wuo departed thi slif\! I th e :J th of JIay, 16,9."
IOn tbe Ill-nc!:; or tomb arc inscl'iLcd ' ; -
.. .A,N~ (net~ "'1I11E) wid ow of I T HO~ . SEWARD ofXursctowll I
~lall o w, uied Ii J:lllY., 1 ~:?8, I agl'u !I~:."
I
"]'.!AP.Y (Il el- CIlE AII:o.LT.Y) \\ iuo\\' of C,U'T. Jx. Gr;on : WutTF. I
of Kilburnt'o llone rai\ c, ) di.;:t\ ti ~Cl't'l 18·19, aged ~4.'·
.. AIt :U'·tOlllb "
53
" "~I LLJA \1 ASDEP.SOX, Fsqre ., of ~\h ac l'oss, I Died Deer. 5th,
181:!2, Aged 80 years." [Upright staue.]

,. In tllis Vau1t lies the nemains I of ~L"I ~r the wife of I


TH OMAS PATImSOX, EHjre . I alld clJe~ t dUIlt;hter of
J UHN Lon:, Jlatc of Castl e S afE'o u, Esql'e., I Died the
17th day of uecember, ] 70S, I aged 77 yeal's."
lA It,r-tomb,]

".MARTHA I t he beloyed wife of I CUAll LES CIl(JJn: R. Captain I


Itoyal XU\'y. I eutered iuto r('st ~ o\'ember 18, 1872. I
I am the Hesurre ction and th e li fe. I
CU AR LES CI1.UK£Il, Cnptaill li.oynJ i\avy, I six th SOD of
EDWARD CItOKEIt of tlallynaganl e I ill the County of
Lim erick, I Horn Febl'u::u'y 5, 1793, Died December :23,
1877. I Beloved are the dend which die ill the Lon1."
lCross,]

u In loviu g memory of I lI,I.UEL EVELYN P.OSJ:o:, I the dear


little child of I the 1-:1::"'1). A. JACIiSUN ~IClIOLS,):'l, I
I I
Heetor I)f iJoneraile, alld )'lAllY BEC llE R hi5 wife. I Born
I
1I1nrc1l30, 1879, Died ) lay 12, I SS :.! ."
"~ly belon d is gone down
Into his g.u·den to gathel' lilies
Joy for the liule sleeper
TIl e geutle timiJ JamIJ
Safe with hel" tender Keeper
Could there be sweeter Balm."
[Cross,]
(To be cOldllmedJ

lnnlr;;;haunon I.-arish.
\Vith refer ence to the curious anonymous inscription from
this parish, given at page 3:2-1, vol. i., we are glad to be able to
supply some information whi ch "ie think will pro . .·e the identity
of tiJis stone.
Doctor .Al ex.mtl er Alcock, of I nnishaunon, has kindly
supplied us with th e foll owing, in reply to our r equest of last
:year for information on tlw subject : -
.' TIJe old tomb i5 DO longe r a mys tery j it is till' tomb of a )oTr. TIowtlrd,
on,;hLfllIy 11 01\ IJarJ, a felluw· coLlUtry m:lII of Nathe w L: clsairjtle,:t Hug ueuot.
'wL\l ~ e uled lIere in 17 (; 0. .:\ ':\1r;'; , II u" arl! was _ iu tc rr eJ ill ,it auuut
51
twelve years since; and in all probat-ili ly oW Ur. Howal'Cl. th e grandfather
£If the lady who now r eprCH!llts th e family. W:lS th e identical'
II Chid of Hospit:lble hear ts."

"To the Memory ofa n cnred and ITollonrcd rathel', I


M ATIltr.W I:kLFS .-UQt,;r., 1 horn in the Produce of I
L:mqlledoc in Frall ce, who 1 departed this life Sept . 2CtIJ, 1
li 6 1, aged 5i yea rs. This tomb is ! erected by his
children in filia l I commcmOr!'l.tiol1 of the exemplary I
I
Christia n Vi rtu es, who -sac rificeil hi;; IO\'i ng COllntl'Y and
I
all i c.1rthly con~idcr:ltions to bi." God and t:cligion, of
I
which he IIOW rea ps ti le Gl oriou" reward. !ll ay II is I
I
posterity die tbe death of the nighteou!, amI may their I
lasL end be like his."

"To the :Memol'Y of JOll~ 1 BELE3MQUr. . who dieu Dec. II ,


1824, I flgell 16 yea r3, of ELI ZA I )h ~ T ON J!ELESA IQUE,
who died. I April 6, 18:?S, aged 20 y e;tr;~. I wi th their
I ,dlO died Dec. !Jtb, 183 2,
parE'llts [LIB g ELE:SA IQl:J::,
nged I 59 years, and ! :'tIA'I'Tlf f w 1l('DDEIt Dt:LESMQCE, I
wh o died Oct. 28, 1833, I aged GO years.
P eace, faithful fri ends, UlltO thO.5e souls who knew
" ' hat f.'lith in God ('ll:lbies ma n to do.
Also to their son :\I,\ TTHF.W DI LES.H QUE , ,vilo I departed
this life J une 25th, 185-1, :\geu 19 Y(,:1 1'5: '
[From Alex:1l1del' ~I. Alcock, Esq. , M.D.]

ltJit('liclstennl Pa ri,.,b .
• Copies of ino::cri ptiolls npon two gntT'cstones in the old churchyard of
Brigown , )litchel:; towIl ' ; -
"HEARE RESTETH THE BODIE OF BARBARIE
GROVE: THE WIFE OF JOHN GROVE GENT.
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE FIFTH
DAlE OF MAlE ANa DONI 1629."

"HEARE lIETH THE BOD I E OF PETER


WALLIS GENT. WHO DEPAR TED THIS
LYFE THE 19 TH DAY OF NOVEMBER ANO
DONI 1630."

'The oltl·f:lshion eu ::1)(·1: ; 11 .~ i ll t h c ~e in~cr: plions 'trill be oIJ ~er" ell - ~.9'. :
"H ea re ,. fur Iiere, .1 Ho,li..:! ," h D:tie." 111 sewr:'! inn:lllecs tile ictt £'r:!-
\\ llieh we re deeply cutl :1n.l arc still wonderfully d e.:!.r- nre cOllj oillCd:
55
-' Copy of inscl1ption on a memorial brass in )I itchelstown church ' ;-
u TO THE GLORY OF GOD A N D IN ME M ORY
OF REV. DEVERE ljX SPR AT T B O R N MAY IBt
1620 IN SOMERS ET S H I R E: GR A DUAT ED AT
OXFO RD : O R D AINE D 164 0 IN T HE D IO C E S E
OF A R D FE RT AND COU NTY O F KER R Y~
IRELAND. IMPRISON ED AND B E SIEG E D
THERE IN 1641.1 E S CA P ED UNDER ESCORT
TO CORK. [ CAPTUR ED OFF T HE COAST BY
AN ALG E RINE CO R S A IR. I SOLD A S A SLAVE
IN A L GI E R S. I RANSO V1E D BY LEGHO R N
MERC HAN TS. I RET URNED TO E NGLAND
1647.IRECTO R OF THIS PARI S H OF BRIGOWN
OR MITCHELSTOWN FROM 1661 TO 1663.
DIED 168S .
'IN JOUR NEVI NGS OFTEN, IN PERILS OF WATERS,
IN PERILS OF ROB BE RS , IN PER ILS BY MINE OWN
COUNTRY M EN, IN PE RILS BY THE HEATHEN • • • '
-2 CO R. XI. 26.
ERECTED BY VICE-ADMIRAL SPRATT, 18S6."
[From the rl ev. Canon C. Mool'e.l

COUNTY DERRY.

This is another County frolll which we hm"e received neith er


monE'Y nor information, thou gh th is is the fifth year our work
has been in progress. F or th e few not es we huye had of t he
COUllty) 'lye are indebted to fri ends li ving outside i ts bounds.

[From the TIe,-. TI. S. ~h tfett.J

'The follow ing notes from O'Dono van's ~rs s. I t ook in my furtTlcr
search as to the l\ l' Kcn nas of "JIaglJcra {County LOlluonucrrY)l in con·
nectiotl with the El'l'iglc t omb:)tolle ':-
()follc ..... more, Sl'pt. 2i , 183.t.)
II The M' I\"en nas of ::'>Iu:::- heJ":l have a t!"dui tion among them th at their

ancestors removed thither from 1;·oll:;lt, in. t he COlloty of )l oDJg hnn ."
() I:lg-lu::ra, .su nda ..... , Oetouer 6th , 1834.)
II I called t o sec Donn;!] I~ oe II I'Kenna , aged !)l, who was l he bes t

Irish scholar ill the Korth. • • • • • 'fhe ~1'Kenna5 reru oycJ hither from
56

Trough in or about the year 1641. The. realllamc is l lcl\:enncth, a name


S)' 1I011ymo115 with )Id\: ellzic ill S.cotb.nd. T1Jel'e are ti~otch :LIlcKencas
h el"(~ also, bll t t hey gcncr:tlly write the lI,une ;\I'Kinney. It is the Mae
Cionn aoi th of th e AlllJals,"
'(" It" """" :-'I ' Kinncy, according to Illdex.),
'Dr. O'O(,lIovan sl'c:l ks of 3 Y:llunble ~!S. t hat could, it U'fl.9 thought,
be t raced to - ~1·Kelll1a. lI e suggests tIle givin;;- in its place ~n E'a.5ier
olle-the way t o ~pprollch the subject would be through the He\'. J ohn
hI ' KoIIU.!, Pol"', of )l flghera, he was. t old.'

( County LondolJderry Vol., p. 21 8.)


U Th ere is a tradition at Ballynascrccn that O'IIaga ll put on U'Xcill's

slippel' 0.. bl'ogue nt the ill.l.u gur3tion. C1J:ll'les O'Hngan. th e Inst chief at
RallYllasc l'{'en who is int l'lTcd ill the old cliurl'h, ordered a broglie t o be
6culpt ttrcd on th e family fI:,g-. This Chni'lc s liyca at Strawlnol'c, and kept
a farm <'IOU hOllse of ent(,l'taitmlellt there. Iii,:; 5{ltl. :l grea l profligate. who
bns since go ne to j \ merica, cut th e follo win ~ epitrtph wilP a pellknife on
th e tom bstone, in the father's life time, to ridicule the family pride:-
I. l1el'e lit's t he corpse of Charles llagg~"l
\\'ho in his. life sold many :l 1w!/" il1.
And tbo' he sleeps beneath the brogu.e
T here lievcr !i"ed so great n rflfJue,"

C0 U N T Y DO N EGA L.

INSC nJPT IO,,",S O~ A SCI f.!'\ T CrtALICES OF THE iRISU FRA:'I. CISCANS
STILL EXISTI:'I.G I :\' THlS COL'NTUi.

[nev, C, P. )Ieehan! Jl.Il.I.A,]


DONEG.\L.
. ,
"D. JO A1\' ,Yr,S COLJI.·JSUS enm conjllgc
D. CATJ[ ERIS.l GOULD, IIlC jerijecit
proj'ratri&ll$ minori&us (ic COtCh'. Orate pro
cis. .1.11. I G3V:'
'.Jol,n Colman nnd IJi:> wife Calherine Goultl, cans ell me to be wade for
til\; hi .. }";; )Iiuor:: ul C(.Ilk. l'r.LY fur th eln. ~\.U, ] t);,,:D:
57

KILL1'SEGS.
4 The He\'. :'Ilr. Stephens, rector of this pari,;;h, and Ruthor of th e
a dmirable book on South - Westeru Donegal, has a silver cualicc, with this
i uscription ' :-

"Fr. AN T S. O"n OJIER1'Y, T.S.D. procu-


Tm·it II. Galicem pro US" EF. Gon vis.
iJongalieli sis."

I A sih "er chalice of fille workman ship, now hi the posse;:sion of an Iri::> h
p ries t in Qllebec, "'ear,; til e following iu:;criptiun, ill Irish' ; -

"MARY, da ll.qider of .VA G UIR E, wile of


BRlA N O G E O"R UA IRG, w I/sed this
ch alice 10 be made ( or her soul, for the f riars
of D Oliega l, the age 0/ Ghrist, Hi33 ."
I I nside th e pede::.!al ' :_

" J ohn O'M ulla rk ey 0" Done!'s sih-ersmith made me."

D a lly "hanllo n .
q enclose a C017ect cop y of the three Crawford tombs tones inscript ions
within the mit. . Ont.;:ide: th ere it' :lIl otll er Crawford f:Hllily, the rtp resen-
tntive of which latter is ,\!f. l: oLer~ Cr:lwford, ~ tOllcwold , You will see
",·h at all affeclillg laIc is iullicated 011 tIle middle stone,- all t he f;lIld ly
n ere Cll l off wit h consum ptiOll. 1 send copy (.f .Forster t omb~tone, \v hidl
is in a perfect stat e ; and my iUlerpretaciulI of the synd.lOb. There is a
defaced motto all tb e J ones' stone. I C:l.ll J'ead all the rest of the inscritJ-
tiOD, T here is a Cru sader's stOll'.: that 1 IIn e;lrtht'd sorue years ago; it is
leaDin g no\\" a;,dll H th e chu rch " all, Il eal" t lJ C door, as it ll ad bee n rClIlo'>'cd
frum -its true place, and stuck JOW ll in a n ubscnrc gJ'3VC, ..... IJcrc it -"!Ink out
of s ig ht a t last; by Olccitlcht 1 came all i t. There is a p art ially·injul" l' c.
~ to(,e of the six tel!lJ lh centu ry, with a legeuu well cut r uund the 3id~s ;
t ll ese words appear ' ; -

"BERrJARO CON. ONEIL AB O~IS BELL E SEI~IENSIS


QUI DBI IT PRIDIE NON JU!I mmo DO iliJl~ 1 15 • ."
U The fi)!urc s on th is st (lile ar~ - .\ shir, crC."CClLt mO(ln , conll1COpi:l,
;md t hree ri;.ht ham!". Un a ~ llit::J i;; a [.;u in i n~c l"iI Jt i ""l1, udaccu. 1\ itll
" HOG " 1" giLle in SIron;:!." ~utlliJ,:ht. T\i..: rc is also a IOOi L ..,f t he ~\! ajor';;,
175 1, "itl,;m el ~;;Jnt Latin i n~(;I"il't~(J n.'
[From the I!t"'(, S, G. Cc.chranc,:
'Tlu'cc nltal'-tomus wI thin l'nils':-

N O HT II . SOU TH .

'u UndCl'llentll :U'e Llcpositcd


U This stOIlO \\':15 Cl'cctcu the l'Cm ains of Tll O~IA9 " UI\(lcl1lcnth this stone is
by T JlO"A ~ ' \' H.LI . . ~f CUAWll'ORD, 'VI L Ll A~! CUA w ~'oR n, lato placcd th o mortal remains
ES/h t:urgt'OIl of thQ Donegal Surgeon of the DOllC'g:ll Hegt., of tli :ssy ~l A IIIE, il:ul bittel' of
ltcgi'Jl{lIlt, to the memo!'y who lTCpal't ell this li fe 21 st '1'. , YoCIt"'''' Y.OllO, of Hockville,
(.o f hj ~ bdo,"cll so u S.HIUEL July, 1842, aged GO ye;t L' s. ES1'J.., SUl'geoli of til e Donegal
I'm I,!'. C I ~ ,\\HO lm; he diell Al so of ~lARGL t ET Ms wife, I:t'gt. , who died on the 8th of
Glil JUlie, t 8:!,j, agcd} !) yrs. WMO .lied ·lth Ju ly, I S'II, J ul)", 183 3, :tg'Cd 1-1 ),I's., ill
'"
en

Bcsitll! l lill1 arc the r CIll!lill S Ageu 58 yC:ll's. AI ~ o of full I'cliflJlec of redemption
of hi.,; n rvthcr EhW ,\ rIO their cbl1 gllteL' ~L\ RY AN N, through the Ll ootl of 0111' 1.01'1:1
I' AI,cm A ~1 CILAWFOI: D Ilml who .lie,l I Gt h J uly, 18,12, .J .)o'us Cln·i.::t. lkside hel'
lJis gra nLlnulit jliss ngcJ I7 YC ll L'S. }\l1 tl of are in terrcti her brot hers
],1. ,rOODS." tTlCir dungbtCl' GEOUGlNA, !l E ~IlY Gt::onGE amI T. " ',
WIIO died 2·1I h .l\[ay, SET II CItA\\TOIID."
18'13, agell 22 yefll's."

_~~..........".~_.,_ .. u, _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ J , .......... , - - - . . , .
Abo \"c th e followiu g inscription m'e to be seen- a grey-
hound, a hunti ng cap, and a falco n j and below these , a ~llicld
with th ree hun ting horn s in chief, nnd a dog in base, wi lh tlt~
mott o U Hr:CttJ,;AT I OX " U11l1erne:n h, amI. a winge d an gel's it call
011 each side :-

" Here lieth y. LOlly of )Ir. Fn '\ :'\CIs Fosn:r: I who Jied ~I arch
) e l ..Jth 1'i t:;2, aged 82 years .! ,,\\';0 )11'5. C_HlI E !;I ~E
F ORSTCr. ~sicJ wife to the aLoyc, 1diell Sept r. y~ 17th, li 82."

I " Forster" = fore:-tl'r. A lI umbl'l' of hcrnldic plays upon the Il:lme--


dogs, f:licon, cap, hvrus, ;ootto. all pUliS 011 F III::,{~ l t = w(tOllmall. T he
an gel J le~ds at enus of ribbon point to a spiritlla llll e~LB i l l .!,;. \'iz" ,'u uJ'J"cr[ i tm.
oj ;fesll. T he whole symbols e:'>prcss belief in ::l ' 1 I ca~a llt. joyous life ill th e
country, ;:mu ;l j oyfull,e l'caftcf iu the botly reSloreu:

"This monum en t was erected by! J O liN J ONr:S iu memory of


his fat llf'1' j Enw,\lw , who depa rted th i:; liCe I .A ll ;; U.:it 20t h.
I
ill t he humhed a nJ ninth ),C:1r of his age, Alluo llomiui 1712."
1 011tltis stolle we have a cross-cross let, t he su n R ill] moo n, :1. st!1g (Ill
top, a coffiu , an hou r- glass, denth':; hcau :l Ilt! cross -wn e.:;, and wing.cd
angels' hcaus. T he motto is iile;;iblc:

Purl""h of ellh!:.'r ,
Lt ST OF I ~ CUlm C:-: T S, T.Ha::; F r.o~r FIRST FR UITS !tECOr:DS_

, I!OD EltT US YOu :\o, collal. fuit COl die .-\ pril, 166 1, au r.c:tor. de Cold:tgh t
in Com . lJ oneg~n .
I l : o llE RT Y ul"!'G, aumi5::;' instit ut. c t induct. fuit 26° F eb. 1 G6S, nu
l1ect ol". de Coolua;; h, vel Colll,'l;;h .£ 10 ~tCl". et Clollcagh in Com. D Ollegal~
£1 3, 65. ·ltl. stel".
i By certificate of \'\I LLT'\~I L onl Bi ~ ho p of Dcn'y, 2ud X Ol"""o. 1757,

GEORG E SAr>DFOIlD. e cet ol" Coldaile, £ 1 O.


I By cert ificate of \\'I LLI.\ ll lA rd l\ j:::hop of Verry, uated 8t h ..\pril,
176 1, Ann-nm IhDE, J:. Cund;ltl~, 2:? ud ~ o ,o" 175 7, Com. Donega l, £10.
Illy ccrtitic:ue of .F IIED£ltlCK Lord Bishop, dated 30t h April, ) 7; 0 ,
SA m.J tL STO:.a:, 18th J uly, I j" t.i~, I:. Cultdall'or ColJ:lgh, Com.iJou('-';.J.I,
£1 0•
• F.nWAltD Cmcl1I:sn:r:, collateu l ~t )I::lrcli, ] 7DS, H. Cnldatr, DOIlC;:t I,
£1 0.
'WtLLI A}1 CHICHESTE R , in~litnti!U 2ith Feb., 1800, r: cc!. Cul,biT,
DUIH'gal, 1.." I U.
'ClJw ..I, I:n CIJICIIESTER . cc,Il;u(:,131 st July. 1S07, "icc 'W illiam Chieh\,:'-t rr ,
who IJelt! fJ"Om :? ';" th FI'b., I,:,U O, \'acatcd by r,,:;ig uiltioll. 2 nd .April, 1:3L1i,
]~t!ctor of Cnld:.lIl'I\ D-..mc;;;ai , ,£10_' ,
60

LIST OF IXC (.T YlIE NTS, T AKEN' F n O~ I T1 RST . ' nUiTS RECOr. DS.

'RoBrRT YO I ' ~ G, adm is.:;. iU Hitll t. et im]IlCt. fnit 26 '" Feb., I Ge S, ad


Rect or de C o ol d fl ~ h yel CuJuag h, £10 ster. et Cloucngh, in Com . DO ll eoll l~
£1 3. (j s. 4t1. stl; I'.
' .\RTII Ull Cu,ulr Ac xi: , coUnt. 17 )Iarch, 1780., n ectary Clollc:l lV.
Doneg a.l. £ 13. 65. ed.
• "' n . Clllcm .STE I!, in'ltitut ed 2 7 April, 179 1. )!ector Clollcah , Donegal,
£1 3. G, . 8d.
'Em\ A i1.J) C IIICHf:S f E B, instituted 2; Fe b., 1800, Rector Cloncah,
Do negal, £ 13 . 65. Hd.

nnl~ hoc. t :athe d ral.


BELLS.

I see it st:lted , t1l:1.t the two bells of this c:lthed ral haye the
names of the Hi ght He v. J ames l Llwkins, D. D., Bishop of th e
Dioce:>.c, and the V cry Hey. - - Ki ng, D ean of the Ca t hed ral,
inscribed al l them, with the date " 17 ti ~ . "

COUNTY DOWN,

From Hau g or Abb€!y.- [H!lrris' "Do\\'n."]


On a stone in the st ~e pl e is tho following inscription to the meluory of
2::.dy Beatr ix Hamilton, \'iz. ' : -
I

"BEA'I'lUX H ,UllLTO X:
OBIT. AXXO • ),IDXX X lII • [1633 ?]
OCTon. XIX ••-E l'A'l'. S U.E . XXVlI •
)I0 E RE:>: S • MARIT tJS . CO~ IHDI'f.

TfiE • BODI E . OF' • D E ATRIX • Jl ~ER • nELO W .


J:"J • IIOP E . OF. GLUHI E • :r\OW • DOTII • S WEETLY REST .
nER.. S OY L E . U.\ TlI • SO AHD. WilEn. FL O ODS. OF. J O Y. )J O B .
FL O W.
O F. S I OX • 'I' ll AT 's . AUO Y E • A • G LO RIO t: S • G Y ES T •
Wll E R. CIllt Y ST A l • • ~T Ia: ..\ :'I S • \Y lI EU . G O LD E :\" • GLA !'iCI:\" G .
STR~: E T i> •
~; ~t O Y • A . C O:-: STA:\''l'. DAY . ·W l T B orT . A. X I G IlT.
WIJ E R. J A S l' E I ~ . W .-\L S . WII E U . PORT S . O F . P E EHLJ~ S . PE A RL E .
E~mR O DRED • AR E . W I TH. T il E. L .\;\I U·S . S II "\' :O; I :>: (; . LI G H T .
Gl

TlllTllER • I • GOE • SIlE • S.\.ID • THIS. ADDIE. FH.AIL •


SHALL. SIlURTLY • l~ • ;'IIY. COlTS' . SW£ETLY. RES'r .
O:--;CE. SWEET. ']'0. TilE. nOT. xow. TO. CHRIS'I'. FAREWELL.
WBL. )IEET. I • FVLLY. IIAVE • WIIO~t. I • LOVF.. DE.!.T •
O. BLESSED. COVEXAXT. AEYEEXE • }'OR. AY.
WHO. WAS. DVT. A • POORE. TIlIXG • EE:'Il • YESTERDAY."

'There .are lIO other inscripti ons all this ffl.lll:1y; but we find thal Dall g-or
",nil tllcir place of intermen t, amI particularly of Loru Clall cIJO~'s, \\'110 di ctl
Oll the 20th {)f Ju ne, 1659, and was bu ried in a n'lOst sllmptuutl:S nl:lI111l'''.
on which occasion tlu.' re were tents ('reeled ill the ficltls, on nccount of the
great concourse of people; from w\l r uce all the compally pl'oceetletl on the
~4th of the II cx t m onth, the duy appoillted for the funeral, with great
solemnity to til e church.'

'On a tOOlh!>tone of red marble, adorncrl with the Hamilton arlll;:, Bnd
this motto, •• Forti::; lion Fel'ox.," is an inscripti on to th e nlemory of .-\l·chi-
bald 113.U1iholl, a iJisst! n!ing millist~l". itl tIlls l etm~ tick ' : -
"Hie ab:n-is, at:",i;;, et m·o, ~ll patre Cl"c atns
Prcsbiteris, 5aT1cti~, Prcsh iter ipse j acet
Annos si species ju,'entlnl fl os ('xcitl it, at 8i
aut stndia., aut mores, tr:m!iiit iIle seuex."

, Within side the church, fix cd on th e south wall bear the pulpit, is a
!'tone erccted t u the memory of J ohn GillsOll, the first Protestant Dean of
Down, with an inscription thus ,\Tinea':-

"HERE LYES DELOtTE AXE LIL\RXED AXD


REVEREXD F.-\TlIEH IX GODES CH U RCH
MESTER IOH~ GIBSO)l" SEXCE REFORlHA-
CIOXE r'nQll PQPARY TilE FIREST DEA:XE
OF DorXE SE;-...:n BY ]lIS )1..\I1': S1' IE 1);1'0
'rIllS KIXf:DO:'>1 Axn REeEYED BY }IY LQltD
CLAXEIlOYE TO DE PR EAC H E R AT BAXCOR
AT HIS EXTRY HAD XL CO.\DIl·XIC A XT S
AXD AT HIS D)-:I'AHTOt"H 1'1l1~ LYF ~J OF
jYXlI I fi2J LF.F'J' I :;? (JO nl<:IXG OF AGF. (i 3
YF.,\RS :-:0 CHRYST " ''\s Ill!', r, n,' ,·\XTAGE
ROTH~ IX LYF~ ~~ DE , \TII!'
G2

li'rotn ltoun;;:.lIalll"l".
"HERE LYETH THAT PIOUS AND FAITHFUL
SERVANT OF JESUS I CHRIST MR. ANDREW
STEWART, LATE MINISTER OF I
DONAGHADEE, WHO DIED THE 2nd OF
JANUARY 1571 I AND OF HIS AGE THE 46."
, Anu UlHlc r hi s arms are the Latin linc;; , : -
"VITA PROBUM, PROBITASQUE PlUM, PRETASQUE BEATUM
LAUS CElEB RE M, LAUDl MENS DEDIT ESSE PUR AM.
CORPlIS HUMUM. MENS DI APO lU M j FAMA l NCLYTA MUNDUM
MORTE. SABIT. DECO RA T LU MlNE t LAUDE BEATI."

(On the tomLstonc of a snilor, whereon is cut all nnchor ill one sClItcllcon
and fL hC:1rt iu all ot!!!'!', is Ull inscription, the poetical part of which is iu
term ;; relath'c to n:l.vigation, th us ' : -
" Here Iicth the nody of)[r. JA)IES DAn so:-.·, aged 51 I years,
who departed thi:; Life the ~ 1st of .l:!l!1lfll'.". I 1707.
Tbo' Boreas Blasts U11d Xcptuncs waves
H:l.Ye tost me to and f.,o,
Hut now nt length by GoLl's uccree
I harbour here belo w•
.Altho' nt ntl:;hol' here 1 lie
With many of our Flt'et,
Yet once ng:n; u I lUust Eel sail
!lly 5:1\'iou\, Chri5L to me et ."
This is the third. inst.-mce we h:we met wi th these lines_
one, at Sligo, is given at pagf' ~ 37, yolo l. ; a secolld is in this
Yol., page ; and now this fl'om Donaghndce.

From Uill!ooboTongh [~Illcielltly CrllDJlilll·


'In th e body of tile clJUI"CtJ;3 CI'l'cfed a mOIlUnlrnt, C feet hj~h lind 2 fpf:t
bro:.d, th e plalc of whi ch is of wh it e Italia u 1lLal'ulc borJered with I,IacI.
1ri~lIlUarbl e , a ml 011 it. the full o wlllg ill ~crip tto u tl) the OLelUory of:J. worthy
clergy man I;ltely il ~ ce:ls~d, \'iz.·:-
.. [u dcrnc.lth I Liccn iut el'l'Cli the Hod.\· of the r.: c'· C I'~uJ
J OH:" L EAT IIE S 1 :\ G r lltlcll1nll of n lII O:; t bl:lI heless Lire, I
I
.l\lId i1lD ocent COIlYCI':::aliol1. Exemplary 1"1" e\"{,I"~' \ 'il'tHe
'I iJicl1 C:lli rccow llH'IJ. 1 a l ' l l'q,;' ~' Ul :ll1 , I 1,. \ elY li r;l ce whi ch
(':11\ adot'li a Chr:.-ti:m . I \Yit hvlll Art ur O~t cll l alio Jl to
I
:lPP":l1' wll:lt he \1:.$ not, His lll l)dt!:'t ~· cOLlccall,d 1"1'011\ the
'Vul'lll "h at he r-.:ally \\' 0..$, 1 Learn ed iu bi~ I 'rufc .:1~itill, I
63
I
:Moderate ill lJis Desires, T emrerate in his Enjoyments, I
I
Humble in hi,; Ueportmeut, P eact:ublc in. hi,; l ) j ~ pos itioo , I
Patient in .."flI ictions. I ll U"ihg lleH~r 'VI"oll~e d any mall ,
I
he nccllcJ not to re:;lore F Oli rfOld ! nnt lie n~ al1"\' did
bequea th half his Goous to the Poor at his Death, I To
·whom be had constantly given a fourth p art of his yearly
I
Income ill Ilis Li fe. W here the Gootll\lall's H eart alwnys
was, th erE:: be laid IIp his Trcasure a\~o. I D.Hwn ~h:;SSE:-':DF:!<l
I
of Jjclrast, ;\Jcrchallt, J<:recled tl lis :\IOllnment to presen'c
tue mcmory and Example of his Frielld. I n eaocl', lea d tll e
Li fe of this l:ig-hteous !"II an. and thy last end slm!! be like his,
I
J'e ace. li e llied Decembcr the 22mi , 1737, aged 70 years."

n Ul1tlun ald C"h llrehyarll.


II H ereM"r.Y D1CE1E lies bcneath Th is Stolle
A ged Flll! 40 YcaJ's Exceptiu~ 0ue
Septcilloer yc I (jtb ~ be Did U::lve Time
In 16 B Uild. Y~ a l'S 30 and D.
22 Y enrs 8 Mouth s .-\lId ] 3 Days
W as tll!llTied t o J A!lIES 1~IIUi:llUL ~E
of Green Graves.
lienmy Aud Vertlle Vid in lIer Agree
And now Her .soul is Bles£'J in E teru itie."
Ph. Skinner's interleaf)
LOlIghini .. lan d.
f'MAU R ITIUS LAP IDUM 8tRNE HOC
COOPERTUS ACERVO , I
QUEM STRUXIT VIVUS SUMPTIBUS
tf~SE SUIS A . D. 1617."
(Hards' ., Down," 11<1 4.)

A.hbcy of Do\\'nllatrlelo:.- [S. Litteral Aisle.l


[From 1larris' "Down."]
"Exu\"i:e TH n!l.E JACESO :-': Jidelis mill ist ri J t:sn Christi.
qui pumm E",llI gll1ii doctrin:ull sil1c~.'r:l ulle :l.mplexlIs,
ore d ':cuit, ct "itm $ullct imoniti (lrmnit: ill lliClliis
t:ulle n blJori bug, i p~oll ! x[:ttis Bore imDl:llnrtl
lilorte !Jrcr(>\ ltu5, sni s jl1cll udu::., Olllllilm" humuuIIs,
SUCI'O c~tlli PI'.:l!5f' I·lim , r.ni pnJuit J c si ll c r;\ti ~s illlIlS
l,l ;l\:idc in Chr::.'w \.\bd(, rmiv it ;\O'l"CIl.OriS Jie ::-'~ e umlo
J\.l>. l";" lIS ct :).)t:ltis Stl ~ ;] 0 t't b~at;11l1 hie iU5-
wrum l'eslll'n'C(io llc m I)J'~::-[olalll l". .
Hoc Ul OlIlllll !"lI tUIIl l":ollju;;i Ch~ri~ill:re Ulo..erCllS
pU~:l i t IIxor ~l1jlel":;l(' s :'
G4

I-B;oish Chnr(!h o f Uowtllloatricit.


"JOH.N '-le. KUL, Dean of D ow\), by his SOn Captain 1\1. N'cal _
Dot yet fully perfec ted ( 17-l-l).
Qu od morlal c habuit hie dC}lo£uit Hc,"erendus I D.D.
J LlH.\~;>':l.:il ~l c. XEAL, Dcc:ullu qu olldil.m I Duuen ,,;h, ciaris
natalibus ori l\u, ll\!l. I
l'ictate ct sacris litcl'is 3. Pucrititi.
i ustl"Uct us, lib ~ ra libus I
artib us ae siudiis Theolo;,;icis
I
appl'i llic e n llli tus, in omuiu us sacri mjlli ~terii officiis
fn ngeml is 8C(] II]US ct I 3s"iJLl US. ill alllicitia f,inccr lL ~.
I
injllri;\I'um oLli l'i oS llS. vimli ctae II c.;:cius.- In e;;cnos
be nigni!a.s ill 1 amiC,J" li ucl'alit:\s, el'~:t alllic tos mised conlia,
I
in victu tempcl'ant ia, di\'iti:uum nll t contemptu3 nut I
neglectu!) [ere suprn mcd iClCl'it;l. tis 1l 01'l1l:1nl . Seu I ex.ccssus
condoll:mdus,' III concionihns il.h~q j (;I Stll et \'crboru m !

I
pomptl uactus ct pcr;;piclluS in (,a!!oquiis I cum ~ :\llltifcra
iIlstrllctiuu€ pillS, ill totill s Yit.:~ COnJIIH'I'- I cia si ue fuco
sinceru3, F.j ll;; ca lla t ibll "~, i lJ ~pec t j oni, et I p:\I"tim expensis
debetlll\ quod in h:1.c a',le :oacra ])eulll I CoHmus. Tandem
stu diis et labo riblls. prR'"Cip"c in CIl:"(l. 1 nnima l'\llll exprcssi::s
f;ltigatlls et opr re;:'~l1 S \liem CLlUsit. ubiit xxj'l die J annarii
Ann o 1709 . Etutis G7 1 ct hie cum )ectis ~il1ln cOllj u;;-e LUCI:ETI.~
ex iuclil:i I :'Il ar;;ilol'um gl:nte in Il Ollli 1l 1"l obuonnh-it I r osuit
filius nniens l:IE:>:mcus Co hortis Ductar,"
I
Grey j\bbey.-[De J uga Dei.)
' On a monume nt erect ed on til e Ilorth s ide of the altar, un (ler fOLl r senra1 I
co:llS ,of-anns bclongiug to th e brallches of tbis fam ily plontgou:cry), are
t he f01l0wil1 :; words ' : -
"The- Honou rable
ledge,
~ir JA.'II £S :\l ouX"TGo~IEJ:Y,a per;;on I of Know-
& "·onh. well educ;l. ccJ I at ~chool;;
Coum~(\ l'i e c~-,
I nC ,lUt do shew),
I
I

I
aml l'r.h' ersi tic.5 (as ilis )Jan uscript:i )el
t t:lvelled to Frullce, It:l.I)" GIO l"mJlllY. laud nvlbnd, lea rlled
tho.se Li ugua's, ami m:H.!C I pn ,fitnlM OL~en- ati o ll ~ rebtill;;
to Peace a. nd \\"ar; l'e- j turning: Il ume stndied ;"It the l UllS
of L:::tw, sollicit cll[ his Fatll el":: g l l;:.ill (""~g at the l~ oyal COllrt,
at th e Council I T:J.ble. at t he I'arliament alld Pr~I~"':!::Lti\'e
I
in England, and L('ful"e the G Ol-el"ll1ll cll t and FOll r Courts
I
in h pl:l.1lJ ; was 6CCl)nd :-;() I\ of Hro ll f.r.st Lord ':\] nl::>:T· I
(jn~I E I: Y of .Ar~lcs t allJ G('ntl en:nn in Onlblary o( the Prh'yI
Ch:ullucr to I\ in~ Cl larles th e .\Jartyr, I l' Ui.'Ih.:J ul Foo t,
::l.lId Ca r.!aiu of lI ors !,> , wIJicli lle I rai::eJ at h i~ Oll"n Expellee
all(1 by IllS CI-euit and I mainl aiued by his Prlld.'llce ~\Ild
I Ild l l ~ t]"y ti ftcclI I mou tlJg ill Ihe l:,II"()]I.'" ot Lera ] ~ . "hich he 1
pr('~e rn l l all th at Time fr um t ile It-hh vf this ~O Unl.'", ;lnd I
Ih rir ll~:-blin g :\ ci"~t. hvll r;; ; $lad Ulany ct h~ T 1 \";tlu:J.hle
.Io,cn·i l; t:~ } .e r tl'r m ~,1 dUI iug aI1 tha t \\" aT I (Ihe Hel:urd::.
05
wher eof are kept). fi e was thric e m:l.rried, \·i:z.., An n. 1631
to KATnERI'\F., ell lcst I "nllghtcl' of ~ir WILLIA)! STi:::WAI,T,
I
Kni ght, Ilaronet, :llld I'ri vy Councellor. Ann. IG:I-. to
l\IAnG .-\It ET. eldest l)au glltcr of .sit· \\'ILLIAU Cn u : of
Rnniskillin, I K1. ; nnd Ann. Hi 17. to F'L\:;CESSE :-;T.
LAWIU:KCE, :~ r.t I Dau glltcr or XICHO)L,\~, Lonl IbI'<Hl of
HnUTH . Hi,; first I.ady bring em balm ed, 31111 kept two
months, 1 W;'IS put in a Llack UJarble Cotli n, anu l.lid five I
Foot il.uo \' € Ground in the middle of her .\I Ollllmcllt, I ",hid,
was curious and sumptuous of divers Colours, I :1.11 po!i:; IJ't.J
:p.larble, itlscribed witll ~lotto.;; .and I Verses of his own
Composures, and Gi lded il! {'wry J fit "hce i wlJich 5trtllding
in :\ewtomlt ewart firch 1 was with it bUl1Ictl a.ntI d~lIJotislH\d
by the Iri:;h I A Im. }6 11. Behold its pOllrfi le au a Board I
near this.
I
IIis other tl>O virtuollS I.adies anJ thei r Ch ild ren (which
died befo re them) lie llllrietl oyer :l gaillst th i.'l ~l ollnmeut; to
I
all wh03e :\i emol'Y it is lhe Carv ed. J levice am1 ~\ rmories at
I
the Hcfuuets Expenee Ion; :l go m:lJc, his ollly Gmlld I
Child J ,HU:S (a lso now assistillg ) of Gratitude! PllinteJ and
erecteu by W. ~1. Primi ,'curdg sola I prul!!s, th e r eal' of
the Worlus P eace and Uappine38, )'I.l>(;,XCJ1l. .lEt. t)<!."
(On th e top of the tirst coat-of-arms is this date ,_" 164 1."
'There arc verses, &e" painted 011 tile pedestals of th e pillars on c.lCh
side of th e 1lI01l11mellt, lI ot ensy to read •
• On a stone und ern ea tb > : -
II EnITA¢l O:-;.

II J .HI t,;S by Pirates shot :llld t he reof !lead, f1 12 of :\farch


By t hem i'tb' Sea sole mnly buried 16 5~."

" AnO~TPO ¢) r.
To tIle !,:!ub·~'Eri a l Elements.
Devou ring IL\D E5! th ' eve r lltlu ; ry l<:arth,
\\'oultb't and shall ent tip nil tllnt's of thy Birth,
Fal'n in thy Lap, by Ve:lt tJ of any kind,
B), whon. the waters drillk, and lo:; t lJay find.
::<tcp to 1st C orintli " eh. 15 v. 51.
Yet Gral'es and "~ al'Cs nJU s t ,til snell G tJ~ s t3 l'estore,
At tb at f: J' ~ nt fl ny t. ) li\'c f. J i' eVCI'J\J ore ;
'11\0' he's decens'd, his ur) Ll ,~ Ac t:' ali ll Xarn r,
Longer than this cau J:l ~ t, shall live by Fame .
1'1'0\". eli. 2 ::! v. 1; h eel., eh, 7 v. 5.
ALLELUI.\IJ.
Th us :ln~el3 sung, Gl lJry [0 CiO D Oil Ili,i!h.
Pcn.ce llllOn Earth, p od \\'ilI to\\'nl'rI:, 1I1en mny he.
So alway;; prny, all (\ il h\ ays pr,l}' onght we.
Ha-c pio Animo Filiui> ejus chriC llS ~r c llse
Aprilis Anno a Snlvatol"c 111 unui nato,
1\1, DC, LlI. excogitavit, ilium Iugebat qlle
Landini •
.At my full n eightb my Length did no t surpass
My F;J thcl" s ~h ado\l", ;:IS at uoon it w:t:5.
Carmin a mca trilJllllllt, Fama perenuis erit."

I On another mOtl llnl ent, adorned with cllel'lIbs' helld ~ , tile rose. t lli~tl (' ,

f!owel'.de.lys, and uuder a small sclltcileoll , with a moon crescent, is th e


fullowin ~ illscriptioD com posed in Grcek, Latin, and En glish':-

In 1I0lloratum GVl.I)': Llll!U ;\ 1 1I~l·G(I~II: R\· de r.oscmount


Arrnigel'llm, qui in Domill e obdorm ivit 7 mo. die of Januar)',
Anno X rJ~TorE);IA~ lj (\~ , 4E j ·1.
Arllli ge l', ecce, m ~lIlU , .ita, literisqne pl'ofundis Qui la rgus,
lampns, Coryph et1 :5 fata. perc.:::;i:; Lntldc, fl lle, gCllere, et
clem eu tia tllm probitate Luxit IaUd;ltus, prrecellcus, "icit ama.tus."
'A t the bottom':-
u Idylli um hoc cbbora,·it et ~culps it
DL. lJUr-.:CA:-:."

'On a tablet hung li p ag:lin 5l thc \,0.11. wL ereon tb e arms of tiJis family
are pain tetl, is thiiJ inscription' : -
" Pl'redocto3, fiu elis, ct :;trenUlis [Y:ln;ciii Prreco JA COBUS
)r";>.; TGt))J£H Y Gcn ero.sl1s, in arlil,ils ll1 :). ~i S leJ', ex . familia.
de nasil hcau ill ::,cotb oriulldus, !tJili li .-\Ur.\to (ejusuem
utrin ~ q: nomiJJi,,) .-\ffinis, <:t sub ill\) in pace et bello curator
Anim amlll yj .;iJo.nti:is.i mus cujus s.plritu!':. mi;ravit e [erris in
CwlulH Deo d atori- lli e- "\\lllo !l Christ o nato JI. lie.
Corpus allt clll snb C,1thcll l';i. \'el'il:ltis hie jacc t sep ultulll,
Posteritasq: cOllditur in ~pc AI'(1<;:T(lIYt"W';.
D. O. "1. GLUt:!A .
A lIE~."
, l"ndern enth the arms ':-
•• uccid it hie (mirum 1) nulta sol noet;;: oecllt:\..
This stl n h;\th S.d , and p.: t no Ilight cHsu'd,
No wor.J!OI' ; f<.l l' God here his Li ,~ ht rCllc\\, 'u.
POS. uil amicus Inhe:Js merito :t llll,) a. IIlunuo laxutu, lG93."

• Ihi .. in:,cl'i pth' h i ~ on :l :.1011(; lyin;; 1h t Oll the 1100 r of th e c1Jancd l' : -
" ~jt Jl yt){\f,'::l'!lllll huc noLis (e l n, cllI ('I ri:c) ::::;1'::1'1110.
Th c lJ O) ~. 1-: 1,11 \1:FTll ;..r') l' ~ T(; ~' ~! I : J1\" cii\'~ 1
the Ui th of
>; OvellltJl'I', ~\1l 1l0 i) C> I]\l lli
L'llri-t i 1·; •• , :~~..: d ·I~ F urs.
\ YlLLl .UI ~1~H::\'TGO~II:: I: 'f ,lu l: l'~" llI ou llt. Lq, IICl- Ull!~'
hn"ballll ;'C'l H ti'J1I~·d :\ widO\\ t'I·, IIl ll t ",) uit:tI {,II the 'jlh thl\"
of Jaullary, .\llliv Dicti Domini 1juG, Leins H years 01:1.
67

HUGH, fir~t Lord Viscou llt ~r O r.: NTGOMFr. Y. of tIle Gre:u


Arues (by his two clJ est ""Ol1S), was Gr:md Father of
tllem wh ose mu tidy l:elllaius are laiJ ill th e vaulted Tnl1lU
Lefore the l\Irrnx :'.Inrble, both whi ch wel'e made for tlt cir
peculia r I:epo;:,itory Ly th e care, p1ios, ~tlld cost. of th e ~ilid
'\· ILLL-\~i, ill a d\le deference to t he ':':l id ELIZAB"-TI I, hi.,;
good and only wife. Th eir only hsn e, JA:\I F.S, in Angll~t,
] GS 7, TIl arried ELIZABETH, eldest Daughter of AnC IIIBAlf)
E Dllor- STOl"E, Laird of iJlll1 ret h. whose chilul·en llOW li\ ing
are ELlzAB ETn, WILLIA)l, ~I.\RTH \ , aud JA m:.s. Th e
Dead Iyere .ANXA, Hr::LENA, I1L"GU, JAl"E, aud AncIllBALD,
being all God's lovdy Loans.
Let them th eir Bon es :lllU Du st rest here nntost;
OtheTS, room hadn g el,;ewhere, nothing's los t.
Intruucrs (stt:!) graceless usurper's are,
On e'.;; Tomb belonbs not even to his Heir.
Them twice by God j oin'd. I1011 e but he may sever,
Th' are laid 11p here, till he raj~e th em for e,er.
~Iay all their I!ace be pions, and s:lfe keep
This H Ol15;e ~\1IJ Bcd, wh ere in om· Lord th ey sl eep.
Corpol·a uant tUl11 ulo segnant qnoq: Curmillc ~ax\]TJ.1,
Quod im positunI d OUCivi t F RA:ti:CISCC"s ALLEN. Armiger.
Headers J: emember J ob, eh. 19 T. 25, 26, 27 j DellL., ch.
S v. 16, an d eh. ~7 v. 16. En Jeavolll' to obtain
Hom., ch. 16 v. 2·1. Amen,
HIC, (lSBOr.:-;F., ~culp s it."

'l'llder the c"'Illt-of·arms of rh e I: ev. D.\YW ~1."'GILL, .:'Ilinister of this


2ud the llc:ig hholll'illg p:l1"isiIe5, within the chlll·ch all :J. stone ill the south
'" all is this inscripti on' : -
" \ ' ace GregI'm, yit aqnc Dco, Let hoqne Fideles,
Qui pavit, pl acllit. qui crnciavit hie est.
Obiit 15 Octobris, Anno 1033,"

See vol. i., page 130.


, On a gravest one in the chm·chY:l.nl ' : -
.. I1 ere lies JE ."'~ ~T .~..'r,
Who l\i .!!:ht ~lll, l I 'a,
Was h Ol~('-;;t . g-.. . Otl. ~nd jll.~t i
II rr II 0pc anti Lo ve
\\' :\>! from :lhove.
III which Place was hpr Trust ,
Her spirit left j,er TClTelle P:llt.
,nth j oy to GOtI \\"l l~r~ \\"::5 her Hcart.
On til e .J.th IhY of ,1 :11111·1 ry, 17 1)~.

: Ki ntl1~' cOll tri l'Ulcli uy Th(>ma .~ \) rew, E.• q., 1:.11..\.]


G8

:Uaghera '· .. ri",h.


[From Hc\'. n. S. ).[nift'tt.]
CTh ese it ems oceur in the Londunderry yolum e, uut tll ere is a sti glltcr
Dotic:e of this parish in the COlli II)' l)oWII volnmc of 0'DOI.0\"811 ) ; -
"UI.D C UUl:C IIYAII D.- ll enJ st on eS- l I ftIlWS, )I At;I:: :'>IS, )I A ~.-\l: T.U ,
and 1IIAc r, oRp. .-l. N. T wo ,'uults. oue as oM li S church a ppa l' t'llt l~ ' , same
shape as St. Muiriaeh's t omb at Jtulagher, but largei' j it CO ilt a illS II Hllly
boues (pcl'hnps ch iefs', Ilot pn l l'Oll saints" tombs) ....
LO'Dolloyall's id S ~ .. ILf...\. :

Om Lest tha llk~ arc due to 'V illimn Ja ckson Pigo tt , Esq .
of DUlHlrunl, ill this county, anJ to i\!rs. Pig ott, for n most
care fully-wri tten coll ecti on of the m OIlum ental inscri ptions ill
th e burial-ground of Killll ega ll , with notes of the church and
parish, amI pedig rees of some of th e families wbose umn cs a n~
recorded on th e 1lI0munClll s . We r eg ret that, owing to th e
g rea t expense of printing th e pedigrees furnished Ly ,\1 l'.
Pigott, we arc r e lu ct ~lI1 t J y ob liged to omit th em.

I The ea rly record of people who llieu bere before 1822 is vaiuaLI(', <l3
the CllUl'ch Hp::;isll'Y Books are IO.5 t pd ur to tha t date.
"Ouring the cnrly p~u.:t of thi.5 c cntur)' a wall was built (4 fect hij;ll ),
and somc 10 feet fm ln church and l"ou uJ t wo sidl!3 ( ca ~ t alltl !>oul ll). aud
th e clay d ug out Uet wC('u lIJi ~ wall :uul ctnm.:h t hrlH\"n out and U'"CI" the
wall int o th e gravc-grouud coveri ng up a num bcr uf tombs, a nd !'OIllC of
the prescBt bead::stvil es arc actually n·"~ titl g on top of forUl cr Ilpri ;;ht !omhs.
Therc is iittle or notllillg hi.\:i tO ric;t1 aLo llt the clllIreli, oilly Ill a[ i~ lIln:; t
haye been in existcnce before lti7 R, a t le nst. Th ere was all ul llm:m
named Lilldsny (H. C.) wh o took a g reM interes t ill it, alld ht! s:lid tllnt
it wail, built by SOll h! ).li:l-s :-'1 e b";lILS, .'5 0 we msy safely call it •• )' h'gal1 ~'
Church"; and he had .:llso !l tr:ldilion that t here was "a great old
w:tni Ol"" bui lt up ill I113.S01ll"y a ll tOJ! of t!l e tower, aull there cen:li uly i.::,
J lUn told, some killJ of \"ec('p t acl~ uetweeu toe rniliug .:l lld ro of Llli lt of
bdcks. What it rcally i::, [c:lIIu ot say ; and ove r tile ~ilS t winJ o\\' out.
sid e i.:$ an old sculptured head, somewbat like t hose 01} r ecullILc ll t tOIllL.'5 .'
[\\'iUi:ulI J aeksvu I'igvll ":

' lJ.lI SS IN Tl[~: [\U ln l l"' G- GItOna) OF "IUIE GA:S, COL"XrY D OW IIo .

l From William .i '1 C!\.;;' O!1 Pigott , E'!:CJ." , Dund rum, County 1 10 \\"11 , ]

I Th e inseri l,t ions 0 11 Ihe t(.l mh" ill K ilIllC:.!fl ll bur) iU g·gl"Olllld nn:> valuable
as a.l"('conl (. t t he illt l' i"Il leli ts \ll lieh took "In ee pli or to I ~ ~:!. ItS al l (! lItri ...::i
pJ' c ," i u lI~ tu Ilnlt d .. tl' k\\" c lJl!clI 1 1I~t. uw ing: t ') a la w-l! llit lld wc l'1l lb.:
69

late r. (' \' , George I1cll ry WDowcl J oh n~tou e , of n a JJ~' willwell, auu th e I~ e \· .
J ohn Forbes Close, of :\Jonrne I{ector)", Kilkeel, in connection with the
ri::ht of impropri ation of the parish, it is s llpposell many of the church
b"uks were se ll 1. t o Dublin to be produced iu evidence, and W(' I'C Ilc \'cr
rc! urneJ.
"11Ie Pro te~ t3nt chnrc11 of l\ilm eg:lIl, in tlli~ to'vol:mcl of ) ]oncybnc,
one mile and a-quarter fr om Ille seaport of DllIHlru!ll, County 0 \,1\\, 11,
6CCllpi c3 the site of an aucie nt TIoma n Catholic ch urch, am! is in the uarouy
(,r Lecale.
'A return made by the Gau~el"5 of LoughbricHmd in 1765, I' e ~ o rts ­
.. Pari.~h of Ki lmeg,m. chu rc h, 0 i Illeetillg. 1IOuse, 0; cOllvents aud Popish
c lm~ e l s, 0 ; Protestant s, I bO; J'api:.ts, -1DO; {.In c P opish fl'rnerlli tJ' ill
KilNO neal" C:ls tlc\\~lIau,::Is is said ," In jiCG, the Prvtc~ tuut millistcr of
JdmegCt Il mad e a r{>port to th e lIou5e (,f LorJs of t ll<; wuue3 of :lll t he
Iluus£·holdcrg in ti le parisl" and the uum ber of sons ami d3~ght e r s 31lJ
~ ~f\al\t s iu c:tch f3mlly, di:stingu:i5hillg the religion (,of each. Accordil1g to
t llat intereHilig doculllcnt, th ('re were in th e pa d., !J :1.t tklt eillll:! 2, U07
1':I!J1 5ts, divided in to 4 14 famili cs, :m d 1 ,~75 Protc5Ianf:1, divided into
:!{jo famili es. P reYlons 10 th e Beformalion, Kilmegall was Uillil'l' the
!-J'iritual jurisdiction of the "Pl e b~m lls " of Kilk cel. In the ~'e:l r 1704,
UWell O';\lllllen is return ed as Jl al' i ~ h priest of ]\"ilmegall, tileu (i-'t yea r.'! of
a;.::<" and residing at ~lie\'::Iue.5kerl but it is mOl'e th :m doubtful if he oilici-
flt ed in the nM church of 1\ illl1£';;:1.0 , There was ill thi:; old church a (" II'lollS
IIi;;torical relic of ancient ways, in t he fonn (If a poor. box 01' collecting-
l.1,lle, 01 copper, be:lrill l!" the inscriptinn-" Th ~ gifl of En\\' ,-\.r:D ~I ATII I'. WS,
j-~~q" of :\ e\\'c:tstle ( 17 3 -1 ?):. Tlli ~ gcntkman was til e 01"ller of the
:\t\\'c3.~ tl e pro Jle rt~', and hall a re.::iclcflce th erc hefo re the est:l le pas"e~l illin
the po.;re~sion of Enrl :\II 11csley, This old ('ollcc till g·bdlc dis:l ppenred
(rom the church between ] 8S1 and 1889, du ring t11e incu01uencv of th e
ltc\" Gt~or:;e Joseph LoJge . •
, ' Jl und rulIl Cas tle , ncconling t o the' !.l t e Professor O"C'l1rry, occnpies t he
SI te of Dun J:udhmiJhe I HUl'ay's FOr!): :lnll :-n01t' ye:t('g I\!!:O a hl'onze
ell ; HlleU~J plnt}lIe, which is OI l Pl'c!,,{'ut in tbe !",os~e :.sivlI uf :\11'. W illiam
J ;~ck soll P igott, of Dun J rullI, was fUlIllll in ti lt' lYr:lveyal'J (I f .\J,\;,; llertl, two
tllll~s Jist:t1lt. I\lr. \\'ilbm If. Patco:!r"oll , :\U:.I..\., I:eilast , wn till ; in
tile J VUt"1!u[ of the R oy al lIi$turi c:l! and .,\rcllreologic:tl :1.s.~ ociati ull of
~l'dallJ! says of it :_" It is e\'iu\!ntly a bad g-e : the subject is the L'l'Ilci-
,,~i' II\, At bCllh ta l' :'tnd uutt CUl arc t,)(.ops, whic h :1] '[IC:\ I' to ha ve UeC II fv r
Ihf' )!lIrpOse of :!.tl :l chill g the LaJgc to tlw Jr('~ s of the wearer. The b.1ck-
(:T"uII,1 is comro.;;C'd vf J i,llIl(Illll·"h:ljlcd slIn1.. :-J1;1C{'~, til l. . d ill wit h l, hH~ alld
~\!J i :c ('tl;uJld a!t ('t'\I;H,:ly . It l \ilI bC' l,hc'( 'I'\' lJ that a grul1 l' of \\lJIIIi'II :uu1
~;,!.jll'r j .5L11T0Ulld t b~ 1')'0''::':. Utl e l,r ti lC s"I, licl';; is f: lto\\ n ill the act of
l ,jt'\'dn.; rhe :-:a"iou r'"~ sillll wilh a 1' ]1' ai', ~'h , 1 tile hlood i.::s ttin; 1'1" )\11 th e
11 011 11,1 i~ n' prc ~e lltc d by reu ~ lI:lnwL aOll tilb tll1'(l' ot lll ~ (li:llll ~ dld. :;jl:l)ll' d
fi ', tCl'~." T lJis plaque i ~ ~u \'Jl o"~\! J tu Il a \'~ b.-Cll a d\'c~: r:.L1il)n of hll e or t he
I\Jli :.;hl~ Tl:nlpbl':O of" LJ ulldrtllll, :IUti W,b du;; li p in ~k_':.': b era "~r:~\' e · grCJll1l J
I;:,:~, 11'.1U nallle,1 'r a)" or T J(', f~'om \ll llllH I i ,mc":l;::c.(lt .dJu ut tile ~ car
~o

• O"cr th e east window of the church, and ou tside. is built into tIle wall
3 CUI'iolt:> engf:l\'cLl I!tolle head , somewhat fc.st':uuliug tho:.c 011 old recum-
Len t tombs.
I T he interior of the church has heen me d at nn early period as 0. buryi ng-
place, U:i, on dig~illg IIp u ;O'\! r~llt J.tla cc,> rlurill;; lite rc~tonHiOIl anu n:ulJ-
,'atioll (I Sri:! ), qU:llHities of rcmaills were di::tllrbell . In nil 1.11<.1 lJo.-.k ui
Map. of tile I:uml:> of lrel:lIui. puIJH",IIEu ill 177 6,· the u111 buildiug i ~
givell as ill a slate of prescT\·ation. Th('se maps way have been cUJlieu
from maps or au earlier date, probably 171ii.'

' ltECTOll5 A ND CCUA T F.S OF }i.1LM EG AN Ftt O )J 17!H To rK ESt:NT TI3U: .'

I Rev. ROIll:I:T )IcCORlIICK, died 1794; was eithel' Hector or Curate.


• l~ cv . noJo £/{ BLACK,\LL, dieu 179!\ Curate.
'Hev. _ _ FUR-VE ,
I Hev. _ _ ;\lcl' Il :\ cfi:Ex.
'Hcv. G EOfl G£ HEN. )JC DUWAL J UHNSTUNE, TIector [1823J ; T. J.
MO OHE, Curate,
, Rev, J !\o. FOI(BfiS C LOS!::, 1822; Curate, TIc... F. F. :'oICGUAT rI.
'Do. do. 110. n cv. \\'M. Bun.: t P tl
, 1)0. do. do, I:ev. Ill'GI[ Bon.: f ,m lers,
, [lo. do, do. ne,'. An ,u! CCl'p,\ Q[.
• Do. do. do. l~e\·. £. Hl'SS ELL) 1 O ~CRElrF.
'P.ev. J USJ' l'1f GI OI:GE LO DGE, I!cctor, Ort]. I S i S, iud. HSS3.
'Poev. nOr.EItT FOI:D I:;.'

The "Ecclesiasti cal R c£!ister " of 181 S gi,'es the R ev. Dr.
Lucas ,raring flS Rector'- of K ilket'l, K jlc~o, and Ki lmegan
(Trcns nrer of Dow lI ), admitten 1iti5 j am! the Hey. J ames
M affett as his Curate at Kil coo.

'Rodrick :'ole Lean is the last ~ atio nal !=choolw.!lster attac1.ed to tbe
Protestant schoul ill cOlluection \I itl! l\i llUl'r;:l u V 3ri~ l l, a Il:l lh'a 01 (alJOnt)
Dungaunon,'

IIIl!!cription on Ju bilee winJo', ' : -


.. Tbis 1 I I
"iU lI,)w Ls PI'I;H'lIkU uy tb e P :J. ri ~hioncl':t of
I
l\i1 m c~:trl to t ile l'r;~i ~e & Glory (lr GUllI as a ,J ulliil!C
(lfl ~l'h l ; 1 ill !IIi.,. I ~ ift il<lJ yt'.lr I {.f l :le l:ei~ll of Qn:~ s
Y JCTOUU, I Ih.-: ;·I {;ld ~:~vc! : !I{'j t,)a!.:I!II ,"
71

'I~SCnlI'n '.ss F llu~[ T il E ·I O~l lIST,) :o.·ES I~ THE BUR:r I~O·GtlO UND o r
:KILl1t; GA N.

, II WH.U .UI AOAR I }:lte of Ihllylollghlan I interred here 27th


Febru ary I ( ti tS I aged 6;;1 ,"

"This is the llnryillg-ground , of I Ih:GII .4.GAR oDI uriough."

I I I I
" 1880. In memory of AG~ES th e beloved wife of HUGH
I I
AG AR who dieJ 15th Feb. ISiS aged 35 years. Also I
I I
of li r.;CH AO.-\lt wh o !lied at iJis resiJcuce Clongo w:lll
H ouse, Clones, I 31.51 January l SS.f, aged 51
years. I
• Thelll which sleep iu J CSU:i \\ill GoJ uriug with llim:
(l Thes. 4-14."J

"Sacred to t he Uemory I of ~Ir. Tli OlIAS ARCUBOLD of I


J)ulI drulIl, WllO Died 13th J Ulie I 1",12, l\gCU lUli. I
Dorillg his long life tlli.s \'ellcrau l ~ I ~1:l.1l was vi,:; .••• •••• • ,
Virtue of a '1'1'......... & ilud all uprigh t Honest 0 ....•. t
This stOlle was erect ed .•.... I tribute of Fcli:ll l·C1>pect. ..•.. I
me mol'Y of a belo\'ed :lud V ..... . I nt cd Father L.\" his ouly
son I T UOll AS. lU cre Iyeth the l"CmaillS of J,O;E I ARCllltiOLD
Heliet of the Late TH O~L~S I .r\1:CIlIn.Hn. ~he depart cJ
thi s life lst J linc I I i:i :!2, at thc advanc ed .-\geu of ~5 year3 I
ber Ami able qualities through a. Ion:; I Life cllJeared hel" to
all her acqnaintau I ces :11111 bel' Memory n e~J s no E ulogy. I
Also I tbe j~c:U 'lill.s of their SO li llr. 'l'U U1US Anculh , LO '" I
who died Je~c l'\'cd lJ" regretted Oll tbe Ht h Jay I of IJccemlJer
1833, in tLe 8;kd year of Li s age."

")lemcllto 1\loM. I In ~IcllHJ ry Oi I H UGII I Drowned ill Ead I


An ne",h:y's Lake II :!th AII~II~t 1::;;36 I·ET l ~. I Also
I
MOSES, Died 1st J nllc 185a .r: r 2 1 tiOI1 of ~-\"'llltEW ~t;
l\lAltTu..i. J HA[RD oi Castlcwelb ll. I
• Wb en luose \\' 6 Iv" t! :lrc sll!lfched al'ray
Like tenderest fJoJwer s thai fir;; t dec~,y,
'Tis sweet t o know tbat Jesus JjYes,
Aud feel t hat IJC<lCC the ~<l\,l oJlIr ghC6:
Erected by th eir u ro tlll~r J:t v. J Am:s J BAUW of ~(, J ohn,
~ew Brunswick, erili",b ~ (;rI 1t .\ lIlcric;l. ...

I I
" This i ~ tile DUl'yiL :~ Groun d of tIle Jlate JUII~ J;,l.It1.UW I
of llallybatmoll I I ill! >: O\'t!lIlucr l o:!U ."

" 'Tl:is n':loc i" ill"~Tlb... J botiJ . \ r~l.bohl aad ..\ . ~biulllJ ull tomb:
7~

" In )I t'mory of J J.-\ NE HE .HTIF., wifc J of J JA~~ tS nEATTI .. , I


Died Fel.lnmry, 19S.'} , ! Aged 3 ) ycars. J .-\I so Jll erm ot ber
~IA R T n AG"!', Died I )'brch 22n d, l h7 1. .-\ged 77 years. I
Her last word .., were I " l lapry in the L ord ."
[This tomb is composed of Portland cemcllt ;

" Sacred t o the :lrcmory of I DA YID l :IGIi A~I, I who did. l It h


Ap ril. 1872, I ..\g:ed 100 y ea rs .I For 4 0 yeu;:! Se xtoll of
J{il megan Clllm:h. , .-\Iso his wife JA" r, aged 45 year:-. I
Au d of Il is gl'3.11USOll D.n·1D 1:I(,H AlI , I who died .th
December, l bj O.j Aged 6 months.

" E rected I III :lIemory of I ~ IId! T AN:oi gl"GH,U~, J of


W atel'nsk, 1 who de pa rted this life [ l bth June, I ~G.t,
Aged 38 yem''''' ! .-\Iso hel' Lelo v('d f.HIl er I ,," I1 .LEAl[
I who dt par ted thi.s life I 8 tb December, l tiG!j.
J j l NG HA M,
Aged 7-1 years.

H HI BB£ I:T Nr:wmN B I ~:o.·EY, , Dorn 3 1st October, 1 8 3 6, I


lIied 3rd Jun e J 83 7 I :\ ged i m O lHh ~ . ! '~ uff(! r li tt le
cllildren to I come lllltO me, and forbid I the m Do t, fo r
of sue h is I t he kil1guolll of God.' "

"Erected I by I J"H's BLE.-\CKIET I of CnstleweJlan I


iu ~l e UJory of his J ::ion & Daughter I JOH:O; aurl Il A.RJ ET J
A.D. 182D."

t. Here Ji ctb t he Hody I of D.-\ 'In BOYD wllo I Dept. this life
:.Jar I eh 10 17t.i j , aged 13 1 year,s.! 2\ l ARG.\ I:t1· , wife of
D AV IO, I aged oS. )LutT, \\ ifc of I WI LLI Ali HOl'D, who I
d epd. thi s li fe .\pril the [ I Uth 1 7 ~ . , .-\;;ed -II. T a os. I
a nd JA m;s, sons of I Wy., <lgeJ J year."

to H ere li eth the J bQdy of R I Cll..>d :D I son of P.D. Bom ! of


Aughliso afill I "hv t11.:] ,d. this li hJ I .\ prtl Oth, 1 i ;.I, I
ased 3 years."

" ~:tCl'e(1 1n the 'I emo"lry of I TII(l~L4"S Dl:"W'X. Also hi ~ I


,,,ite )IA I(G .H :ET I :r.(. w~, L:lle uf I lJ undl'llln, 12th of 11(·C.
l to1~ . I.'\;\!i J.-\;\ I·, l :hl'W~ lIl'!':l rttd I
, bis lif\! F .... :1I1 ... •
I
28th I ~ 13, .-\p.ed :!1. \\'1l.1. 1 A)~ gIUJ 'I~ .-\I~o died lill' :lll I
i
of :\Jal'ch l b.J.:j .. \ gd l ~. .'I A. I:H BI.\,w:-- di,·J J ano.
26th ltil-l, .\ g(!.\ 1:J .

• •, Fu h.," A..~ 0 11 ~I"ll"- . non·j "II} of ~relllUb.-W. J. r .


73

t
II TIere lies The I Body of ROSF; I BUlH"S who I Departed I
This Life I 20 .•• ", 1753 I Aged -1 9 years."

~I This Stone Erected I By JOH~ C.Ul :iTE R I 1£-02."


"Erected by his wife [In lodng :\l emory of J W,LLIAM Jou:"i
I
CASS~:LLS· wIlO p e:tcefullJ pas;;e Ll fr om death to life I I
J 5th Sep. I S ~ O , L\. geJ 30 years.
I Jesus said, I am the He,; urrectiol! I and the life.'

"Erected by 'YILLIA.:!>1 C£I~LlL E of I Cl allvaraghaD to tbe 1


.Memory of )l.'d~r J:<.:lL E;>; I whl> departe d tliif) life I
August the 8th 18.tI, Aged 20."

4' Here Iietb I the Rody of SAU I CUAltl;EIlS wh o I dCl)d. tbi;;


life the I 29 July 17$5, I Aged b7 J ears."

"'fhi;; is the Bury I iog place of J Fl:~ D EnlcK CHARLETUN I


of Xewcastle."T

U Here lieth the Borly of! !\lAJ~Y CI!":"JAlION of I CI::trkhilI, who


I
departed this life t he 10th ...... 11'j'96, aged 63 years."

II Here Heth the body 1 of JOH:"l CLAI:K J nol'. of 1 C ....•. \\' ellan
who depJ. 1 tld,; life June th e .•.• I l7~G) aged 22 years."

I'Sacreu. to the ~I e ffi o ry I o fTH~lS.CLAI:L:I:-; and 1 also A~~


his wife, late I of Coot hill, Coy. C:.l.van, I 16 )lay, 1tl:!:t"

II I Fnmily I Burrill; Ground I of the Iale ! "'fLLI.-\M


The
I Koock:sti l,cn,"
COCHRAi'oE,

"Deposited ............ the Dust I of WILLI .... ~ COLLISTER, of


Jbllygilllley, aged 72, 17~3, amI his \\ifl! ELIZAB.:TlI, I
a:; ~ d G9 . 1-"00; ll ke wi:ic of lli,,; so u JOIl;':, I aged 73,
oSelJt. :W, ltii ~ .

U P.oB.: HT I
Cox x of \\'ater ask , interred t he 14 th 'S ov. I
I~ O,-;, Aged 8 ~ , I .\1.;:;0 his wife :\[ A ltG,'dt ET I Co!';>;, .:\g cd
G3 year", I interred :!H!il Jllly I l 7 :'H ."

'".,\ n nti, ,, OJ[ .\ r m:l~!I . I'lr<l :u ~l a[l.wk ~p a n"rl'ysu ire .'


t' :-; "\ICI1 < tl ~, C O U I1 :~ D. \\0, f'hlr milf~ fwm Kiluw;:., l.
I I !
"Erected Fly J OIl:'ll CO~BF.T of C~ stl e w E'l1an, to t he
I
Memory of his daughter lo:L1ZA who . .lcparted this life I
I I
20th Jany. 183ti, Aged 22 }'C'ars, .-\1';0 to t ne above
I
JOll~ COSBF:Y wbo Departed this life the 5th of J uue I
1739, Aged 64 years."

-r~
"Thisis th e Burying I place of JOIlN CllAM I GL £ of I~ath­
(,yland J \ 807 ."
(To be cOIJtinnedJ

COUNTY DUBLIH.

Th e following renmri.s on th e neglected st:lte of some of


the burial-gro un ds iu this county. to wlJich ),1 r. Dix, HOIl.
L ocal SecretarY ItS A.I. for ~ort l~ Du Llin! urew attention in
the Irish D !d hlel' of the 15th J uly h i t, \\'e tr ust lIlay meet the
eyes of tho:5e who are an s\\'erable for t heir presc"rn,tion alld
order, and may lend to some measures being taken to improve
their condition.
'BALUUUGllI LL,- OI ,J church, VCl'y neglectcli. Ttle i,'Y req nire.!
remo\·al.'

' I SLA:'I'D OF Ss:r.r:.r:. IEs.-The cattlc appear to be uenJcd in t he old


chorcb [!J A pos t amI ruil f~ nee is req nil'ct! round it, and to lie cleaned
onto T he ]slallJ belongs to tho Ihmi[t ons of ll:.t.lbriggall.'

t ,\'h.STPAL S10 WN.-Tbis ruiuetl cbureh much ueeds attelltion j it is


boried ill elder trees auu h-y.'

Artull(".
"This tomb h:.th been erected b\' CH nlsroruER lIul J.l' \','oon
of A J,ta.ine, El'q., the 19 of Fe'brtl:-l t'r, I i-. Ami uu Jpr neat h
t il(! sam e Iyctlt t he botly of 1', lI 7._HH. T it wi ,,' to the :t\){)"rc
Christophe r IIvll,rw (MI. u .l u ~h t . .,J' to J un:-: 'I'.\ 1.0Q1: of ) I:thdlidc,
Esq., \\ h,) II t' jl,l rted t l!iii life fhe ~ J uf .J IJ JU" , 1711. Here
aboc lieth t he l.Io~h· oft hc a!Jm"c n:uucd C ur. l ~n,r ll(; It
11 01.1.\" \\, 0 0D, E,.. q:. n
111L. . L:Il:,1 to t h .' "~;.\i( 1 z.:ilwt h wh o
dep.:l.J't cd t his li t'e the tll el:·dl d,l,\' of .\ U ~U::I. ll l~: '
'CopIed on Jst )IarLh) I::IG;:;. 'n e 6toue W;lS c r a~ 1.; ·'d in twO p kc t"'~.'
~ ll.l.. T utl': till.UlI . ;
75

'Iall) b o"ll a ll.


'In the church on a gravestone is th e following inscription to tIl e '
meillory of the 'Ybites, who had 1i,'eJ for lllany ye ars in the County ut
Louth ' : -
u T hi~ stone and BUl'iall vlace belongc tlj to )/1". PATll.ICK
Wl-ll TE and his I 'o5terity, wuo depul'teu tuis life in the year
of Our Lonl, 171lJ, ill the j jtb ) ear of bis age."
[I. Budd, ~lS. l

l-arish of Clontarf'.
(Continuo;dfro rr~ 1:ol. i., p. 174.)
, \\'ithin the walls of the olu church, arc the follo wing inscriptions' ! -
" EVA ).!AWt" tbin] uau,shtcl" vf Tll O ~IAS I r• .ATKI:,\SUr.:, of
Clontarf. ~ be dieJ 1 F ebruary, I SG O." I Also I .. FI:A~CES
K [LILY], s ecOIJll dau;; htel' of the auoyc, Jieu l!:Ith 1\0\'1".,
H:: 8~, ageJ 19 years." I Also his wile i\lAUlAN wh o died 9th
S ept., I b'::; ·.I, aod 50 years [ also his Lelo,. ed wife J.H';E who
died 2 Jany., 11:)£11, ageu 45 years."
[An upright stone .]

HALl:XA~D E J\. RE LL, died J uly l G, 18S0.


ls.ul:.:LLA .r..Y." L..£TlTJA ll ::;lISWO ltTli, (.Hell ~Il1.y 15, 1883."
[\\"hite marble, uprigh t.]

"DOCTOR 'Y1LLIA~1 FAUSETT T.C.D. ~I.R.C.S.I.


~lO\"JLL E, DIED ::-;OYIt. ~:JTII, l o5tlO, AGED (in
YEAR S, FOlt 4;3 YEAH S THE BELOVED PHYSICIAX
OF CLO:\TARr' ,"
[ White marble, a flat stonc.]

"Sacred I t o t he m emory of I ED\Hnn DE TILAQUIRF. I of


l·iJJowll , Conuty U.ll way, I wh o dietl at ::-ill da, Clolltarf, I
on the 2nd Febry. 16, 5, I aged 72 j"ears."
[ An npright stOlle.]

"ADELAIDE H.IRIUETTE EYEL,X 'YELSIII


I AT ACBlIlt:"o." VILLA,
DI ED :!OTH lCl!:IIRY. l~jS
1l0 LLYDnOOK, I ,\GED
j·I:.\ns. 1 AL~O I
11
CHAl{LE8 B.ILV\Y1:-; W EL~II, I .HEI> l,TII
APRIL 18it"i, AGE!) :!5 Yl-:.\r.. S.1 .\LSO
ED~llT ':\D CIL'..l!LES 'Y EL~Il, DIED ~i DECR,
I h8·1, AGED ;35 YEARS."
70

II Ar{:O;A )I ooRE, ehl e~t daughter of thc TI C\·J. J o n~ L. :-' IUOI:~:,


D.l>. l alld A~NE his wife, I tlied 5 .I lIl;', t S 6~, aged 23
ycars. Il:Olm:T :\[oou£,. horn Decl'. 251h , I S-l9 , {lied at
Lucerne OCII·. :?Glh, 18.0. I The I! ev . .J OliN LEWIS :\Ioolt f:,
D.O., Vice Pro" o~ t. I of Tl'in, Call. Dubliu, I born Jany, 14,
J 80Cl, dieu ::\oYr. 25th, 1875."
[.A fiat f:tOllC.]
4 Aloug.!'ide I)f th e above is anoth er tbt ~ t o D e, inscribed ';-
uN E I , L1~:, !.wile ()fC APTAI~ II. i'llonr:E, ·Jth n egt., I died at
SOI1'clll o, :! ~I a rc h, I tj i ,s, ng ~d 2G."

" [S \ f;EL.LA hillY SE1'.IOH, 3 rd dang-ht er of Cap tai n S f:~I"L:,


R:\ ., tlied at CIOlltm'f 18 ::iqm. 1~j2 ,"

"JA~I I::S SE!'OlOll, Captn. H.X., died ~I ay 30, I S70."


[ An Ll pl'i~ht slone. 1

I J\cxt t o it i ~ :tn upright stone' : -


I daug ht er of the l:e nl.J .... s.. n,
"ELEA:"1 IlR .Jus rP HL\'t' ,
I Yi car of KilrolJ an, who died 2~l'd ~ I ay,
t\IILLlZ'GTON, I
18i2, aged I D years."

"JOSIIIJ .... H ILL J(,)NES, of Clon Olel, who di ed 31 J un u::try,


18 72, aged 82 year","
[White marble, upright.]

II EUZ_Ulf.Tll THO ~!r.:iO ~, who J icd at Clont.lI'f Oll 12th J lllly.


1&74, aged 86 ycar::', d:l\Igh tcl' of[ h(> late '"cry Hc\·d.
'1'1105. T H (l )IPSO~, )1..-\., lJca li of l':ilI a hl. I Also he!' brothel'
lI .E!'''! \\' AU"~. R TH rl3lrsoN, Esq_ . late A ~ s t. Impccrol'
Gen(Tal t l:.I .C., I wh o Jied ~I:\y I~lh, I t:i ;7 , aged 8 1."
LA fla t 5tolle. J
II Rl'ected by her l o ~ing dnu gltlt'l' ::'''Plllt:: 1 to the memo!',;' of
I
her mOlIn:'!' .l\1AI ; )' .'\ ~ :\.E i h~IS\\,"I! T U, \' itlu w of til e laiC
Ca ptaiu " 'y. II, Ilf}!SW OltT II , Co, 11l ~p~Ct<'1' 1:.1. COII~taIJLl ­
I
l~ry, who died at Li ollt a rf, 1IIar, 11 , I ~~,:, , "
[T\,j" b all uprig ht ~!vIlC 1lI1t1l'l' the t':lst ;,:aLle wall.]

"1I"fc aL'r im r rrel! tIl e r{' l\laill ~ l ,f I J.\"o· ,-\ BR01T , I bom at
L('ighlin Ilrid ; (', Co. Cnrlow, 1 di ed " t I hy lllou llr. t'i v lIt:ll'f.
Fl'b. II. I e. . I . :;t~(,l l ::- ,., yr :Lr,;, ..\ 1..:( , of 1"'1' dH Il,;:.h lcl' ,1/, :'E
A L:Gl"ST, .-\ n n"TT. l horn ill ]11I1 ,li: I, ,lied ~u tl .! l'11 1.\· , ~t
BUYIIIOlillt, 1 Jll1l)", 13, 18,2, a~!;'d [, -; y" ~H'.:i ,"
[A n IIPl'i3ht ~rt'n l! uncleI' ca~t ~lIt,Il'.J
77

fl ll the wall of the cast gaLle 3.. stone is fix ed, witb the roHol\' ing
inscriptioll ';-
"Th is Ruri:ll Pl:tee belong('th to :W I Au:x R .l.\cr.so . .. this
monument I wns erected by Ili::; Dnught er ).l'i.S I SARAH
1 1ADsn l~ ill memory I of 11('r Father.
Here Iyet h ) ~ n ody o f)~ aho\-e SAnAH llADs on. who diell
April ye 4th 17.5 1, .aged 75 years."

I The remaill~ of .an old font or holy water stonp (7) are fix ed iu the
woll j round the edge the following letters ellD still be read' ;_

" . • • • UI EI.loEi'\' S HY-Plio 172j." (?)


~ Th e above are all t he mODuments at present inside.'

'Jr, t he old chu rchyunl ':-


I
,. Sacred to the ~Iemory of JOBX Trmnp., Esq l', of Beachfield I
in this )'':lI;sll, died 5 Oct. 18 -10, aged 'j':!. Also .-\.:':N A. his
~' ife, who lli ed 21 J uly, 1836 , r.gcd 34. t?} years."

"~Yr. W 1Ll.IAM PnrBF. nTOX, died 11th Septemhl'. 1811 (?),


also his wife E Ll Z:\Br:TR, who died 6 Vee r. l Sl6. aged
63 l?) J(,llI"S:'

" E LI ZA GAUSSON, bapd. 28 Xon-. 18i -l ; she died 1 i ~ovr... ..


CUA It LES GAL: SSE:S , dieJ 11 JHu e, l ::!~ 'j', his 9:t birth day."
[From Grcystoncs.]

" MARr l\fATllE WS, died 12 )13)', 1877. JU:RX R. ~1AT"n\'s,


her fath er, died 13 J an)". 1855 . aged 7i years. Also her
mother )I.UtGA II ET, died ... .... . . J 8~8."

"W ll .LI.~)f HF':!Ot Y F'ORTfSCUF. , E~qre., di~·d Jall:·.] I , I SG6 •


•-\ 150 Am:LlA his wife, 1 8 1J ~c r. l SGl} , D.nd 3 children."
[An upright slon e. ]

II I
Sacred to the l :nJAI~C of I::LIZTH The ,nfe, and DOI:OTIIE.4.
Ih e :-.rothcr of G EO. VF.IU';Ol'i, j·.sq ., who both dieJ I Aun.
D orn 1 li"7 5."
'The I\bo,'c is on a flat SICIll e at =:In op"'ll in ~ (d(lor 01' wiudow, b1"£!kcD
J OWII)on :'\. siue ..,f lil t' rni n ; the stont' is broken 1 " I1~thwfl~·S .'
78

U ELlZ ,!... wife of TRH' f:I:S n L,-\CE>: EL E\ ", E ~flre•• of Ven ile. who
d. ;\ hu. I "jt h, I S.5 a, .'1 gru -1. .'3:. 'I'r: .\ VE: :S. I: OBE1 :T BLACKL I':T,
born 8 Ju ne, 180 1, died 10t h XOH. 1870."
[ A flat stone]
'Tllcre afe some other illscription" J ha 'l lI(1t time to copy.'

Urnll,,,"olldra ("ilua'(,·h.
'Thi3 -:ha pcl was {'ree ted by th e fa mil y of COGII ILL. T he late E:lrl of
Ch arle"ilI e h:ld tIle prese nt ation to it. ;u!d it cont in ue;:. ill his repre.icma-
tives. It is sit nat ed ab rmt a mi le :'Iud ,a· half nort h of Dublin. Uver th e
church door i:; a silmli nl, wit h t hese \"ery apiwo priat e wvrds - " Dum
s pect~s, fl1;;:io," 'fhe cemetery i5 large, aud on one of the stones arc th\!se
lillcs ' :-
., Nor tender vQmh, nor hoarY agoe,
Call S!lllH t'; o tyrant Death;.:;: dire rage.
Y et tmth :Uld sen:<e this l e~$o [J give,
We live to die, :lnd die to Ii ..-c."

'But CoGHILL'S ruonnmcnt is most Tem.1i'kahlc. He is rep l"Cse ll(ed


siuing in his Tobes as Chancel lor of t he Excht'qll er : below at his rig-lit
hanll is :\linen ·a. lIu d at his lett l: eligion, in wh ile marlJ le, with the art i:; t':;
name-Po Sh cemaker::. f.
I The followin g inscriptio n gives us the particllhlrs of his life and
death':-
" 1\1.-\ R}l.\ PCKE C OG IIIL L. elth:~ t SOil of S lit J OKS C l) (~ HILL, of
Coghill lI al l, in t he Co un ty of York. J\ n i ~ll t, was burn in
Dubl in 011 the :.! ~ t h d:l\- of llccemhe L·. I f; 7 ;~ , Tn lLit\ 7 he
11':\5 admi tted :I. [c]1 0\\" ·com mo ner in Td nit ~" Colle:;c, LJuliJill.
In 169 1 he took hi;; d l'g rec of IJoctl!r of the ei "il L'lw. III
1(;92 he was elected l'ep reSl.!lltal i\"c for tile Borough of Armagh.
.He died.of.th e gOll t in . .
hi,; !'- toma ch. on
..
t h~ 9th of )lal'c h.
1738, aft er a lOLl .!! aw l pain lul i lJlJC5~ . which he ~nppo rted
with p" liencf' , fu t· titu (1t~, nlhl re.s i,~ lla t i on.
ZlIA RY COG IilLI. hath built I h i,;; h ou :<~ fOI' the w or~ hi p of Goo,
and erected tli is lII u l .UIllt'l!t h} the met1lur~" of so 'i'll ll1ahle a
Lrol he r, whose b lltl ~' is hi d in the "\" ;wlt, b~ l o n g il1!:) to his
fa mily ill St" Allllrcw',; Ch llrch, v uloli ll ."

" On the 115 th of ~ I:t ~. , 1791, WI!I"C tll'i)o<:.it.:d llere t11e n~m·, i l1S
o f the much lamented FRH:C1S GR' !'f', E~q .. wll ese OleOl :\1
endowm ellf:; and ~oci~ 1 rt!lal'tit'>; 11 '1l1 1 (jn~ proctll't'll him th~
atlmimtivn of thL' puhlic. :\1,,1 t'll\le,ll l,d I,;nl to a UUHl{'r01l :'
circle uf fri cmb. '1'11(' itlen of iUII,;!rati,,:; the h:"lory 3ud
a nriqnit icii of tl\(' H ri li~h hl.:-,;;, !J.I' e ~ i~tillJ; ltlonUlth' llt F,
\t ;l .. n"I,I" :l 1l11 11~;I:':(li~'~"l\ t: \\hile it f;hll\\"~ d the \, :l ~ t

c:lp:lci ty of hi:; lLli!:d ."


79
I)o n nybro ok old (' hlll"chl ~'rd.

(From the P.ev. R. S. )fnCfl'!tt.]


I Th is ch urchyard, sitnatcu in the vilbg:e of Donnybrook, has hecLI
clo.~rd, I aUl told, fo r snme teu 01' fi fteen y C:ll'~, as rcg:\I'us the general blll'hli
of parisli ionel"S. A small piece of u-~H about t ile centre of tilt: ground is
pl'e ~t' mal;ly the l'elO:l.illS of the oM ch urch, the present edifice at SillllllOllS -
co urt h a"'illg- been erect('u abou t sixty years a1;O. A l'chbisllop I\illg
is bllried on the north siJe of t his gnwcyard, but I failed to
fiud bi s tonli). W hen I fi rs. t " h:iteJ it ill the auttlm n of 1892,
th e grollud seemetl in a model·at el), good state as reganls th e
mowing of the gl'a!:!s, weeds, &c. Hound t he s ide bounucd by Chu rch -
laue, howc\'er, th ere W3" a lli~gyaceflll 31"I'a)' of tiu kettles, lmckets, &c. ( I
conn ted 2.J.O, anu did not exhall~t t he nUlllber-oo one tomb a h-y ill ~ ­
p an!). The relievi n.o ol1icer, who has cll ar,;:-e of the ground, had, J should
mention, already ta),c ll steps, tll l'O u.oh the Police nud otbcr ",i ~et to h:wc
the nuisance abated. lI e had been oilly aloout six lliOnths ill Ili~ pl'C!se llt
p05ition. atl J he told me th3t the PllOI'. L:lIV GI1:lrdia1l3 Iud all owed him
£3. to he biJ oul un Ihe gravey;mJ. uuriug the year. ll'cceived all po.!!siule
fuciHcic5 from him fo r copyillg illW'i pcio[13. Ou my visit in th e following
April, tI le " IJ till H'ssds had been remoyed, alill the boulluary walls repa ired
whcre they adj oi ll th e "ite of th ~ f!l n lJ ('1" l:o[ll,\ll Cat holic dl:1pd, now Iyin;
a vacan t !<p:1.ce ill tcl'poseti between tIle churchY:1I'd auu t be Police lJan';!ck:l.
'~J an y Qf th e g l';w e~to l! cs l'l·qu ire cle,l1Jiug:---c:trth and wd encroacliillg
on the fLu stoll es, a1ll1 It':1f-moll!d havill; co\'el'('(] [he insclipti olls on some of
those rai seu ab Qve t he level of tIlt:! ground. There are a goau m;lllY t rees
in t he gr:l\·cyard. which, thou;::;h 1I0t e!' teu$ive, is capable of being made a
plca~a llt auu pretty r~so l' t. Thc1'e arc 11 0 tlLl \\'C r,;; pl'lllted, nOt' appnreutly
atly perso nal c:lre be stoweJ (ex cept in I ll !! ca ~e of !\ recen t memorial,
noticeu) Olt all)' of the gra\'c,;;. Till a key of th i,. chu rc11yarJ is ke]l t ill the
village , anu freel' acc e$ ~ chus ~i \-e n ttl tile p" IJlic tha n can be aiful'lleJ en:lI
by an obligill':; official Ih'illg kdf au hou r's walk f!'OIll th e spot, there will,
I thi nk , be litde imprOW!IIh.!ll t ill th is m:utl'r, J had, however, the pleasure
of fi ndi ng, on my visi t in April, t lla t the old w all :lnu di ll gy g'lte were
go uc, auu that a ImuJ:>ame tn.mt bo)ull uary to) t he cburcllyanl was being
erecteu, CJusi.:;tillg of b~i5elll€Jlt w all <'Iud railillg. wi th all en trance t hroll~h
a stOIlC 3rchcJ gateway, surmoun ted by an Irish cross, the de:li!)D fu r
whidl was fll\, Ili.~he d by J, II. l 'emlalld , 1':1:1} The wall i:> :J. m:J.5sive onc,
of 'l'Ul\ :U llOI'C liu lc.:!tolle, Thc fullowio.; w:\s killdl~' supplied Ole by ,\I r.
Gr:l.t' €5 SC;l1 igllt as thc in:.cl'illtioll illtcltdelj to be placeu 011 ! he ent:':mce ';
.. Tlli3 :'Il l·morLII j,; €I €ch:d bv t l!!.' 1I l' n t1,e r~ of till.! DlIblin ~tock
Exchange to tit') ~!elLlory ~t TIIO'l.\s CUA.\I:\' I. Y ~F,AI:IGIIT,
for mauy yt':J.I'';' I: "..;:i,~lrar to tlit'i!' ~ uci"' ~'. whu lli<!J ,\l:ty
2i th, 1~ ~V, aEll who,;c n;lll.li1l5 are LurieJ ill tll i,. "':burchya.rJ,"
• 0" a fll rther vi,;i! in ) 1:t.". tIle gl'a"~ in che g'l:l\'ey.ml required IIlo will O:
b:ld ly, p Ll ~~i]'I.\· o\\ il1:; to the l'll tl' :tUC ~' l)l'itl,z ~Ii lt ill {IJe h a llJ ~ of Ihe CUII-
tmetol'. There 1:CCIII:. to Le Il O dOll Lt t!t nt the tb t s t OL l S :llung the UDrt h
._---.
80
wall of the gl'outII1 ",ill soon be ::Lltogctll CI' 10<:.t to s ig ht, Ilulpss th e moull\
ami dNJri.· is rCIIlQ\'cd fl'om th e Ill. Flld(·]' a coupl e of inches of ~ Il c h , I
c:tme !lpon th e ins cription 011 the tomb of th e l:c\' . .I ohn Fost Cl' (Forsced),
formflrly ~eni o\" Felll)w of T.C.D., aUlI l:ector of D]·umntgh.
'Thefe b tl. small :111 :;:\(! of ;:rolln(l at Ch urch.hne. close tv the emml1 ce,
wllich would uc an excd l ell~ sil e for a caretak er'!! lodge ( u1 cmorial or uc ht' r-
wise), were sll ch cOll ~ i Je l'l'~l UCCCSS<lI'J 10 clle .b J'O wiu); open of the gruulld,
which '\Youl ll apile:lL' a de"il'ablc thhlg, if it WCI'C planted with tl u W€' rillg
shru\):; and furni "ltcil wilh a fe lV SCIIC ,. . \Yhat ob~· taclc,; there mig-ht be. or
wha t i~ Ihe 10(':11 fee lillg 011 th e sllbj cc t. 1 !"1m not, howc\'cr, llw anJ.
'A Latin CI'O"il. \\'ilicil, with La;,c. ~ tallll :; Ilearly ,It fee t frOI1\ the bl'QIl llU
-the cross it~ eJf being' 2} fCl,t high,-h.ts bl' ell IJ /dy erect ed ill a "pace
ellc1o.sed by !l r,tiJiug aud pliuu ed with shrubs, not v('ry lar frolll the
entrance. h is to t lte memory of the hue reetol' of the paris h. The
mntcl'ial (limestone) is light grcy ill colour, th e poli;;heJ f:.lce Leing dark.
Ou t he basc is tllc foll owing in ilcl'iptioD ' : -
I TO 1' 11 £ ~lE~lOnY OF I RE\". ARTH U R
" SACRJ,.;D
GORE. RYDER, n. D. I ItE.C'J'OIt OF DU:,\,);Y-
BROOK.,sen D EA:'; OF c ~ Cl~ c~ I WHO PASSED
AWAY I FEll. 21 ST ISS!), I AGt:U 6,1.
'BLESSE D .'\RE THE lIEAll W Il ICIi DIE DI TIlE
LO R D , FOR T(lEY n,EST FRO)} TII F.IR LARO U RS. ' "

'An uprigbt stone ncal' tbe en t mncc, to the ]'i ght-band side, has the
follow ing iusc l'i}ltion, inl ettel's of 1} inch hie:h ' : -
U HER E. LyETH : TIlE I nUDY . OF • ELizA. I
Bt:TH • quis~ WiFl~ ! OF. iOIIS QU;NS !
WI[O • D EPARTF. [ D] I nds _ LiFE. TilE 4 I
DAy OF DECE'IB E f ,,] I I ,22 A~D 4 OF.
HE[ ~" ] I CllILUR E "."

, A bont th e centro?' of the grollud. lIot far from th (' entrtlllCe, is th e but'inl-
pinee of a. younge r br,(nch of till>T ig!lc tnmily of I:o,:..;:trm, CVUIII.\' Wirk. luw.
It it' ellcioscJ uy a raiiing g n~a t l y illj m'cli Ly ru,; t, wl lich spnils liI(' nppCil t'-
fUl ce of the cleg:aully. t ;lrl'cd mcmorial..; with in. The older ...01 Ihe"'e is :\
pilbr wit!J an m'll on tIle I .. p. The pUb r is light gr<'y iu C0 1'lIll't alit! i.$
l';1j "t.:U a ll a gr.witc b rt~ e ll! C l l t of tll'O stcps ,
'On the sille of t he pilht r f.lcing the elltrallce to th(, gra\'eY:lnl, is lhe
following in,:.cripli on ':-
"li E'· ~W. II. X. TIGHE J TIIIIUI ~o;o.; OF I WILI~~
TI GHE E S Q~ 101<' Ito ... s.\x.\ I I:,\, TilE c~ OF
WI t:KI.O\\" Ilion:,\, li ,I6l DIEII 18:!ti."
81
'The opPl)site 5iJe of the pillar bi.'nrs another iIl5cripLion ' :-
"WILL~ G. TIGHt; I CL E I<K I }o' QURTII !'O x OF
RICII!;. W. II. X. TIGHE I BOlD' 1':; 01 Inl ED 1828."

' On a tllinl side is the follow ing' : -


"LUCY THE WIFE OF I F,DWARD TIGH E E 8Q ~ I
o,.~ LOWER LEE SO~ STREET I DAI; t: II TEH. OF I
nlCII~ :\'£\\"1'0:"\ K IX G ESQ!;. I DI ED Gl'II
JA:,\, U ARY 1860."

IIn f,'ont of t hi;; t hi rd shIro (of the pilb. r, 3 nt] within the railin g'. is :m
elahonl tely-c:tn'l'rl mOl1n ment, sll,gges tive of :til l' lltr:Hl Cc, :llld ha\-i n;; f01l1'
hl'nd.$ carvell on it. Ie bell's the fu llvwin g inscriptio II, ill \-ery ornamental
l~tt er:i . the fi rst l1nd third Iil~es being on ribbous ': -
"S ,\CRE ll I TO T il E I :\IE;\IORY I O F I ED'YARD
TIGHE E S Q~ I WIIO DI ED I :!j'J'If J t:' XE I SG-I I
AO ED 67 "'"\R S. I THI S ~ I E ~IORI A L IOF
AFF ECTIOX AXD ESTEE :\I l is ErtF.CT EO BY IlII S
>lOL""'''O W'>"E I SGS,\N LO U IS,\. TlGIIE."
' There are t wo recumbent ston es near tile middle of th e gr:l.vryal'u, with
hanthome oru:Jm cll taJ crO.5.5es caned ill relief, Th e stones rise from tb e
gnmnd perpendi cularly fo r :JQClllt -! inc li c.i, t hell slope fVI" 6 inches ; 0 11 t bis
pnrt the insc}'ipti on;; nrc incised , T he cms"es arc diBercnt , Lill i e:u:h
(1\{l:\ Sllie;; abollt 4- fe et 7 inch es ill Jl!ngt h, The followi ng are the inscrip
ti ons on the fir st tomb;;tone ' : -
"F RAXCES D .\UG UTER OF! Jail:\" .~ ln' ST ROX G
GA R:\"ET T, lJ.O."
• Ou the olher side ':-
"WIFE OF EDW A HD RICIlAl t H S I'l' H EFO Y CaLLES,
IlAURI STER AT LAW. ! DIED 301!' J PX£ I ~G5,
AGED Gj YE ARS."
• .A t the foo t or the ,;tonc ' : -
"E. R. P. CaLLES! nlEn 2 {' T,!.! APR IL I ~S,J ~
I:" IU S 85~1 Y EAR / '

40U th e ~('cond t Ol1lh~rO IlI; i ~ tl ,t' 1~'ll o "i:J:;' :-


. , EI.17.ABETII ~I.\HY, ll.\l.' GIlTEIt OF JOII :\" .\U~ I ­

"'T n OXG G .\H:\"ETT, ~I.[I" I IIIFD JI'L" ~I!.l I S(i 7,


.,\(,1<:0 GG YEARS."
'Ou the oth er sille • : -
"llAXSAIl LASC},~ LLEti GAn:-';I~1'T I Hl En W T~ DEC.
IS7S, AGEU 79."

, A t the sOllth side of th e g:r:weyanl is n IW:'l d ~ t011C . th e side (of whid l 10


t1l(' left b au ~l is broken 01'1' t he whole lengtb. 'fhe d.'l.tc (1 C2U) is the
oldt:::;~ which I met with iu the gran)'o'1"J ' ~-

"[1F1];JARE VND ER . LYETH 0

[u JHE BODY· OF THOMAS 0 0

rJ2)Rl] DAN SONr ~ '] OF RIC 0 0

[ }!jJ ARD JORDA [ ~'il l AND ['@If ?J


0 0

[ <1:;;JAT HERIN H AN ON (?) 0

W HO DIED THE o 15t1"J0 1J


0 0

[ '9 ] F 0 OCTOBER 01629


~
[U]H S ,.
'The lett e r ~ . some of which nre j l,incd, nre flilly 2 incll es in height, in
th e aboyc j ll ,;c ri! , t i ~\ll , n~ litf. T ile I Jl ::; is to the rj~ht
:,nd nre cnrved in
hand of the Cl!ntre. Of t ue letters, &c., ill bmckets J as cOllj ectlll'ed, there
is no tmee.'

• ~ o t f,ll' from the J ordall headst one, is an oth er sm:dlel' OTI C. It i1:1S the
following iu ~('ript i M in illci:;cll l ett er~. wh ic h ,"ary from I! to ]! inches in
.bei~ht. 'nlis stone i::; a li tt le uroken at t he top of th e 1 !:l ~':_
~
III S
"JCE.Un: . LYE.\TIl . Til E I DODY: OF: 10HN:
ARCHDE \ COX, \\"110' DI'ARTE I TIllS'
LIF E ·TIl E ~71 OF ,L\Y IXoTlI E YI
EARE OF O n i LO 1 1(1) ]'Or. '\:\';\0 DO I
~IlXO i'ATIUCK AItC II D I EeOX Ill S

FATlJ Eit C.\ I YSl::U TillS STO:\'E I TO


DE S, T II E.\II I-:."
'Th e ul1n ~ C e,.:;.l ry :l,.l,litiull (.f ·; ..\ 1I11() Dumiuo " (sic) to til e En glis.h
es. pTt!5s.iol1 , is pl'clI li:lI'. The {j i st l " tt ~· l' 01 tile I.bt wllrd is, IJ O ~lu lll> [,
.. IL " -an .. ~ " 1I.I\'in g bel'll r.r:o t ta l'v t:li uy lII i::ol ;1 k.:. [ here ure ot her
;lItt' l"c:.'till;; peeui i:l. ri ti ..:.. iu t bc j .uLI.:tiun uf k t ll:!':;, ~.c:
I A fl.J t stone, not fal' fm lll the JOl'lhll heaJstoll c, beal's tlw following'
i!l:S l'l'iption ' : -

"lI ere under licth y' body of :l'Iiehcall


Wills & Ilis son & dallgllter )Iich eall &
Sarah \\,ilb \\'ho departee! this life in y'
yeare of our Lord 1675 & his wife loan"a
'Yills \\'ho deee", ed this life y' I b'~ uf
Dec. 1713
Mary "'ills lat e \\'ife of Isaac
'Wills dicd ~larch v' 16.':' Anno dam
1732. aged r5
?lG ·years.
CAPtAin isAA C Wills
Departed the fir.t Day of
[ O'l!lJne 17;'3 Aged 86 years."
'" nay of" and "86 yea ]'s " ,we Oil a plece of the stone which is
broken 00: This piece is nlout a sixth of the whole tombsto ne iu size,
311d another six th (appa rently with no illSCriptioll) seems lost.'
(1'0 be c<Jlltimu:dJ

(From Thom as ~J. Stcele, Esq ]

":J
(JE RE LYE T II I TilE nODY OF J OHN I 0RIST
WHO DEPART I ED THIS Li:F E TH E .J TII I OF lUXE
170i . W • I AGE n 13 YE ARS,"

"HERE LYF.l'lI I TilE HODY O F KAl'IIEltl.-" I TilE


WiFE OF JOHN ALLl:':\ OF SCIIU LAH S I TOWN
WHO DIED TH E I ~2I 9t OF DEC E) lllER [ li0 8."

" (lj~ (iJ' •


J Or.RE Ly et h the Borly of E'l'El t // ltE:\CII u
wl. o Depart J eJ th is Life t he G:,H of ~o\'r. I I ;::!·t,"
• Tile :1IJo\'e are in th e old cllUrc'hnwJ of I"Lnhf:lrn h:llll. Th e WC!:.t ~:lbl e,
tlu? ch ,~ir arl'h,a;,u a fra ;';lHelll of !;H~ s J utll \ \ all. aI',; all !Il~t n'llwln of th e
cllU!'ch it.~l'lf. The place is ill n. st ate th.1.t i" p r,sitn'P/!) di'Jracrflll.'
84

S( . .\ nd,'C',,"s.
In th e y ear 18;'9 th is bnri nl-groul1fl was sun-eyerl Ly Thornn ~
Drew, Esq., and a bout 250 inscriptions C'opiea :l11l1 cataloguell
b .., him, fo], n citntion. This \'aluable list shou ld Le 011 recorJ
s~m e,vJ!ere .
collccrnillg it.
,y
c should fecI mu ch oLli6ccl for a n~' in fo rm ation

!iiif . "-nll(" s l·ar i ~ h.

The following has Leen Ecnt us I).'" a correspondent:-


• Wh cll r :lttfllor d tbe
fu neral of 1J1'. Thomas Jlc:ltly. aL.Olll 18i O, the
gm"c~-anl was still u lldi~ tll rh('d ,
and cuHlaill~d n la ll ~' Illemori als. Ycrr
SOOli nfter, Dr. lJi('kill ~o n filflllc n
sweep of thelll nil, alld cOlll-crled it in to
a bare playground, as it now is. V ery few, J thillk, of tht: Dlcmoriuls
sun"j,-e.'

'O~E IlUXDHED Axn S IXTY-TWO IX SCH IPTIO:-;-S AT


ST. A:-':X'S PAHI S II CIH.: nCIl, Dl'HLIX,
Copied in the !leal'S 1E:CG ml(l ] SG 7 by the J:e~'. elmstopher NcCrcatly, of
lJlJ.blill, ami Tt"a llscribtdJrom his book ['!J me, iJt(ll"I:r 11. lJlac1:tr,
J anua.ry , !87 3.'
'I. ~ort h chnncel ':-
Ii Sacred I to the memory of I Fr:.-\!\<.'ES. I COU:.TE5S uF

J.ANEsBonOl·GII, I who J epa rteu thi s life at I Lane;;borollgh


Lodge, lle~l' J:eltu l"bel, I Co. l' n,:llI, (' U :3 nlu rJ :1Y, Octr. 5 th,
]8['0. I He l'remains nre dl'po~i I Cd ill n Vault I in this
church , bclon;;il1; to the I L ancsboroll;:;h Family.
i HlcssC'(. ure the lh> =>.d "bich (lie iu the Luru.'
He,... e ll, xiv. y, 1$ ,"
["K ow ill the \·estibule.]

'11.':-
li }ie:u this J'l :1ce nrc Int C' n"J the I:emni ns of th e I lI onouraLl e
Ih:Np.y Epm:;\"D I
:\l'G £~T, son ofGLI 'lter;: allJ ELIZ~lH:TIl, I
K\nL and Cu U:\T ES-S I
of \\" I-ST~I£."" TII. who departed this
I
life on th e 3rJ uf .'.hrch, ] S I1 , ageJ eig ht Jean;,
" Eut omb'll within tbi ~ Tl allow ',] "'pnt r f>p!l.~e
The cnni:h' rl'liq,\('.~ (If all h:Llf.b]"w ll I:""c.
A flowcr ,;llich ;f lll:1turetl, \I ilh til'\\" ~'I!>I'!{I'(l,
Thu' i\ it lll'rcll u("I I', b,ld \It'cr, I!I (' l!'1nl"j('s i'riJc ;
Of t:1I\'Ilt5. far l"'.\·,·, ud thy ~ C.li~ , } "l'~"'l)" II
" 'i tl! ~1'1'\1", uf c,,'n' social \'irtnc l.k,,:,'d.
GUod'lloHurell, l ·hl'~'I"fll l . ('I'('u, l'!ltit liL killl),
'J h.~- Co,)llllh:ll;\nu: trul' imtt'x ul" t by 11Ii!ll1 j
85

Free were thy Olan ller~, without Guile or J\rt.


\\'arm were th e fc c lil! ~ iI of thy gcu'roll s heart,
Wllilst from tilY lips di::t il!'d, from cll.rlics t youth,
The sae l'cd Acceuts of unerring Truth:
By thee e:1.ch early gift, each childish toy
(Such would ha, e bee n the mao! such was tllO u<'y !)
'Vas ne'er so well cnjoy'll, as when 'twas shar'J
\\"jth those by t'ri elll.hhi p OJ" by love cmlear'd:
Such, lI eu r)", w(Ore ~by pro~ pec ts ! Bllt alas!
The fa irest gems UC C.1Y, null fade like grass ;
li enee t hen, Ict ParCllt.s leal'D , ill Earth's abode,
Theil' su res t comfort is the il' bope in God ."

'11 1.':-
Ii AL F.XANDE: H I\ XQX, I ll icJ June 17, r\ .D. 183 1. I He was
a true :luJ real, I a epiritual :Iud practlcnl, I all informed
and enli~htcll eJ, I a primit ive :IIIU catholic I Chd 13ti,m. I
His intellect was of a hig h order I of anlcllt and soari ng
genius : IlIi5C l1r~ i\"e, i!1tuith"(', illl:l;;iu:l th-c, j udicious, I he
conulluniC.ltcu trut h I with gl"C:lt force of argumellt, ! and
f:plcmlour of eloquence, I ill wl"iting ami s.pccch. I To a
temp erament 1 eouc::tiltltiollal1y nen"otI S, timili, refined,
sCllsitive, I the warmth of his :lll~ctiolls SIlPillicli euergy, I
wh icb g:we ua.) and COIls,r:lIlCY to his ftieuJ::hips. I ami
courage to susI;liu cu C!I:Crt iollS ill a good calise. I At 3n
eady age I he gave ti p the wol"1I1 allli it s JistiIlCtioll3, I
dcroti ng e\"e !")" pO I\"C I" I to thc illllllcuiJte scn"lcc of God and
II i::; Word : I tha t ,,' on1, I ill its lettcl" and spirit, I ill its
priuciples :11}(1 thei r Clr~ ct s , I was the sn. ti ~ fac tiou of his he:l rt
ami mimi: I it g:lYC cnlan.!'tDlent to th e wholo man ill an Id s
faculties. I Cuhh-:lting it di!i.zcll tly! I :1ud. hrin ging f0l1h its
fruitil, I he I"calized to himself the gl·cat f;lct, I that the
Go.spel of Cl'l'i~ t, I Ly i\jnst ifyiLl g anu a sauct ifying eBi e:lcy, I
is, to everyone tha t i..teli l' H th, I t he power of Gou unto
I
snlvatioll. A cvnliai :1Jhcrent of the Church of Engl:l.IIJ, I
I
he lor ed hel· bl'H in i1l'r uui\"crs:1.1 cL :1.ractcr : :I S :t living
I
member of Chl' L,.l':s hotly; nmi gn\"e thc ri ght hand of
fell owship to all I who under lilly form pos:'; es:'; ctl her ~ph'it; I
rtjoiciug that ill Christ J C';: II:! ! neither circnmcision aV3ilt'lh
Ilnyt hing 1I0r ulIcirclIfill-i::,ion, I but :l new crcature. I As he
li n'll the lite of t;tith, I :;0 he diell ill the sure Chri:;tiom
hope I of a l"e",[,rrec tiOIl I to g:lu I·Y, I T. kirk, :;C o"

' J\". Uml cr the bre,lll-.i- hcl f':-


·" ·1 he I:i ;;ht Il o ll. TlI £" l' II ~Lr:~ 1.0 1:D I ;\ ":W10"",,, of :\(' wtown
BuLlel'ijl'qu(':\l h"ll I 10) th e 1'0'-' 1' of ::) t . ~\Ull °.s Parish f,l r I C \"l' r
Thin cc Ll !'ollnd" I'o,;r "\1111 11 111 I 1"0 ne l ) i ::' [J·ilj\IH~llll1 I ~r..:ad
.\t j·m:: I .:-hiI1 in g.:i Eltril \\"l'ek. I t:! ;) ."
• V. Und er nJ £'lllorinl window, nOl'th chancel':_
"In m('1I1 0 1')' of J A~lFS \\'ILI.I HI CI1SACK , 1 ~I.D. Born May
2G , 1 i!S8. Di ed 1 ,st.'pt. ~5, 180 I."

'V1. Undel'mcmOl'iJ.l WillUOlY, cas t chancel' : -


" ~:I'ected A. D. I e:(j l iu memo!'y of I ~\ u: xMmU ( l\Nu x."

• VII. Gnd el' memorial "lindo\\', south c11::llIcel ' : -


"JII memo!'y of F ELICIA Il nIA"s, A .lJ. I BLiO ."
[Sec p, 92, for mon ument.]

'VIII. 80mh chn llcc1':-


"To th e Ill emory of til e II:c\'(1. Gf. ORGf: 'Y I LLL-\ ~1 C.r!TI)l'>. I
T hi:; n, OIlUnlent is ('n:clcJ by tile jl'ari:;itilJllers of St.
,Anne's j :l S an atli'ctilllHlte r('co rd of the ed illl~lti o n j in which
they j held hi:5 p;lstora l charac ter I aft el':l 1l il1lt'I'COIll'Jt! of
3 6 years, j during \\llieh j he officiated j" th is ehUl'ell I
as cUiate (of ellis parish. j lie departed t his life on [he I
~Oth of July, 11:'3i, J eg-eel 6-1 I years. T. Kirk,"

, IX. E;ou th chancd ' :~

U To I thc mcmory of I Cn,-\Itl.E~ DtCKI ='S OIN. ! 11.1)" ] J1i~hop


I
of .:'Il cath.J lI e ,lit! d of t~']lhuf> fev er on the 11t h July,
1M:!, I illl be50th yea l' of iii " ag!; , I and was uUlied in th e
chul'chYfl l'd ;It .-\1'lllJl':\cca n.
• Vc ye wi::;e ns Sel'penls, mHl ha rmless :1.:5 Do\'es:
,\latl, xi 1 G.
After a cli .j tingtli sh ~d (,11'e('r in the l'ni" l'l'~ity of J ' nlJlill he
ellteJ'cd illto II t)'y {\rdfrs, I :1111\ W:lS ~OO Il altc!' appoint('d
Chllp1:!in 10 tILe Felilale VI'plla!! Il( )use, I wht'rc lie COntillllcd
for 12 ~'(" II ':5 : I durin)! Ihe l o~t l'C'l'il,d ot \\ hiclt he bl'call!C
I
l10nwHic Cli a l'\:l ill to I:id llll'ti \\ I, ahly. l.ord Archl.i,. hop
of Ilu lilin, ] \\1 10 lll'C'St:lltcd 111m to th e \'icflra~c of tllb
l'm'ish of ::3 l. 1\ lIlI e, I fruUI which aft er "j )"t':U5 Iii! was
ell' \' lllt:'d I t o tbe J~i sllOlll'ick of .\I t;:l th j :lIld at'll' r I pre:'ldin;
o\'er tl,at sec lc.r the i' llort r eriNI ot' :?u I lIC' llt h,~ , I lie Wllii
I
taken to h i ~ ]'('-"t ill ('ill'i -< t, in th e mids t e,f ;'1':lIul1 :\ 1:\f,('I lll'S
for the wcir.lre (.f tite Cliltreh :Iud th e s ooll 01 ul:lnldnd. \
l\ilk, sc ulps."

• X. East enJ of sou th g;:lk ry ' ; -


u ~e [l r this slJVt :II'': Jq 'O,.i h;d the r CIIl;'lili S "fCII,\ !,11' T' ! Jt'L! -\
~F. WBUH~;ll , ali'l" l;L ., ;,, ~, "i le of TlI Oll,' S :'\1. WlIt:l:G IJ,] t"
J;ally lI C:l~, 1:::51),1'., \d w d~ Jl a rt ed tbi ;: Hfe th e It.,;th 'If 1
87

NOH. 1745, ill the 20th year of bel' age. I ll er short, but
well ~pe nt life was a pa ttl'rll of filLtI I piety and cOlljugal
aU'ectiou . I With a goodness of DliJl(l and a C[LJ,:lcitJ
llli comffion to I her yE':U5, she ",har'd and ligh tened a
hmib:lllt!'s and I parellt'$ cart's : to the olle au illseparable (s£c )
Bosom I flie uJ; tv the other th e joy, the com fo rt, aud
sup pert I of her y ears. 1H the wh'Jle of her conduct a
pattern I to her sex. I \\'ith the lW:l.rts of I,er fL'ltllds ",lie
pf)s s e~ eu the I beJ.Qvolt! DCC (sic) of a ll who truly h ew her;
of all who I were capaLle of bl!i ug gaiu'd by the sweetness
of he. I leUlper aml I he ullafl"ecteu !:-iml)licity of hel' mallDe!":>. I
A str:lIJgt: r to l he CI ilUC8 aud lollies of life. aimia Lle (sic) iLl I
vertlle (sic) and innoccllCt", she resigned her breath, an I
on~ring fit. for Hea\'en. in Wh0 5l! mCl'cies tlll'O' the I
lll en·its Vic) of her Sa viour she h 11mbly cOllfitlcJ ."
(S ul"Inountell by bust,l

, X I. E:tSt eod of south g~l ll l! l"Y ':-

"CHAI~ LF. S F"EllDl::-:A:\'U :-::m'TH I Horn 5 Septr., 1810. Vied


2~ Au g u~t, 1:::iti:!, I and was iurcrred at :::;tI"t'3t halll, Surrey. I
Tlt is taLlet to hi :> beloved I1Ic m OI"~' is prcsl!Ul ed I by his
sorrowing widolY. I 'Becalli;e 1 live, ye shallli"e also.' ''

'XII. South g:t.l1ery ' : -


" Ondcrnl.!ath I lie the remrdns of I EL1 Z.... BETH C,HHElma:, I
th e IJdo\"t:!u d,mghtc r I of I 0\\'£ :-< aud A~:\ P U IBBS, I who
died I .·\pril Gtlt, 1S13.1 :\~ell I1 3 yC:U·3. I Her afilictcd
parents I do!Jica te I this [.ll,l . . t I to he" memory.
Here rl!Sl , li('af maid. awl wait th' A lmight)·'s wil1~
Then ri:;c unchanged, aDd be ail angel still."

'xrn. Benea th the secon d window from th e chancel, on tlt e sonth


gallery':-
" In memory of r. OflI::RT ~l!nH I and. r: .\cnr.L, hi:> wife :
presented I by th !!ir SOIl::, CUAH L ES FEHU1N'-\~D anJ
l~uIH.llr."

I First WillJ vw in slJnth g.dlery·: -


II To Ih e memory of I:!GUT I:~. \'. liICIIAllII "-HA Tf:LY, D.Il.,
.\rchbishop of·1 )lIlllil1."
'l!ich11y cUJli!!ll ill ~t. .;\HU';:, l~{· :; i .s t\"y of ~1 0 HUIll I.! IIb;:
88
'XIV. Sout h gal1cl)":-
" I II t he nu lL 3 4 111Hlem eat h t his chmch I are ueposit cJ the
mort al n:llw.iTl S of I T he I!T. 11 ,1:: B. \Y IL.Ll.Ol , 11( 111)
OOW:01F:S , I aIHl l 'rile 1I 11!"n. 'I'A), E:I: It\' I LL E: C II Ai\lB 1Cl: L .·I .!S . I
They hnu both sa t as Ju:'t ic('s in t h ~ Cou rt of Kino's HClICh, I
t o th e di d scat in wILiet: t he fOl'OlCl' had b,'l' n mi:-cd un t be I
la rll cntcl\ H ell e of the mUl'lh·.. of th;;i!" associate ami ellicf, I
1\ r1htll', \'i~c()lln t Kilw.lrden.
III t he high ofliccs t hey fi ll'd, th ey cqu:d ly po:scs5cd th9 !
j lldicial q un lil i~':S of kllowleJoc of the la ws, soulld j ud;;IJICll t I
a nd sa gacity in the :\l} m;ll;s( ra t; oll of them. 'riI csc, with
ill- I llt·x iblll illtc1; l-l ty , and fi n nncss of mind, :'In ll path:lJ ce,
I
alhJ tempel' lI e\'(~ .. ont e kuo wn to rai l or tv falt er. ga l'C to
t he I uisch:lrg<! of their pu11lick d uties a ge neral con:ldcl1cc
a ll u I sa tb facliol1, !len!" surpassed in on)' tilll e or coulltr)'. I
In the peculiar characteri;;.tics of tll eil' Ul illd3 tll cy u i tl~ l'·d. I
Thc first ex celJ'd i ll gr llcra l :l UU nCC1l ra te ku o,rjl'Jge, cO ln- I
Iwehens iH'nees of nl illll, COlJlpn:.ed thought. anu covll1 e~s of
jwl;;-I menl . T he latter ill l ,rolUptnc~s and penctn.tilrg
force of int el!l>ct . I
They wc re c(}ually in accessible to f(\l b ciolls i llge nllit ~·. th e I
iuff uellce of power, ()\' of i'0pu!:1. r bl:l. ndi."!Ll IlClJ t, 111 zealoll:l.
s ense I ofull l,\'. ul. udolJl', arlll lovc of j u:< ricc, uei ll!!:1" cuuld
e xcel d ie I OI li er, OJ' be excd l'd by a ny. I
Th ey cac h in the hi ghc:i t de;:rcc e .~tilllatt'tl the q na litie~ I of
tire olllel', 3UU almost in on cqual clc;; ree werc iU$('Il:>iLle I
of thei r Oln j. I:u t thosc quali til'S were aekuQ \\ lcllC;'tl , anti
as ! j ll st ly vnllleJ , by a cotr mpoJ'nry pliLlick . I
JII prh'att! li fe l10 th wcre as :l.Iui :lLlc :mJ Le·lo\, ed, as ill I their
pu blicI. chal":\ctcr Illc)' ,," CI'C apprv\'etl :m d l't·:,ped eu. I
T heil' fd elld:: hip aIH] Iwitlll w a~ cUHlplctc. I
T he}' had slnuicJ togc:t her, li '·ct! tC!,;t:tl lcr, sat t (t~e t lr e r I (Ill
thc Hunc IWlld l of just ice, :md tI O\\- by d l:~ i rc of the sl1 n'ivC!1' I
they l ie toc;et ll er in th e same tomb. I
1n their dt'llt lls, <15 ill t heir lin::>., they '\ t!re bclie,-i ng and!
pl-nctica l C hri ~ti~llJs . I
I:c.ul cr, think li ot this s ta tcm ent the cx ,l;gcrnti 0l1 of I
ll HJ IJ U1Il Clllai etrlo,;.'". For wh:1. t relate:; tv Jluhl ic k statiOIl I
those C!f lIr e lJll blkk wllo witll C!sscJ , or" ho haye henl'd of
tllem, I are cl)rdidcnt ly appcal'u lo-of th e rest, 1l1Uc]1 Iliore
is fdt tha Ll II L' re (':>q'lh,~'d.
Mr, J u.o-!icc l'il :liJI LI(:rbi u dicll .\l:1y. 18112. :lgl·d '5 1 ~·c a ]':; . I
Lord DOWU CSSll l'\'i\'c1! him, to I e C~ l' C!Jtur tvllis \liII, ! 3ud
';lI:tnlia ll 111 b i ~ clllldl'ctl. Tn d lc m he wa~ :1 " a 1';l fl' IH, :lIltl I
a UlO,.. t gellcl'0l13 l·Clld';ICIftt' .. ti il it l11C;\<,\ 1 G·,d I" d "~e I,i!> I
,'i rt uuu5 :11 1(1 pious l i~"C . li e tJi,·d (Ill [he -:1 •.1 vI" )lal'(:h, l i' 4G)
in I tll c 7 ~ tl! yt'n r <.,1 Ii :s :l~C, !
Thi s faithfu l testilll onial of long-$.1I1'\'i \"in g rccollC'f'ti oll & 1
has bee n I.ere erected on the 2'jth (If April, lti3j ."
[~unu oulltClI by 1\\0 medalli un llll SI~.J

, X \ '. Benea th the third win,low fro m the chancel, Oil the s uuth gall !' ry':-
" In Illen,on' of nI CII .,\IlD C.'\!\E and l:-.\BELL,\, his wife. Theil'
r emai ns I'~st ill t he family uurial-I'/:aei.', LanlcIJl"'rc ll, <.'0.
i-i. iIJarc."

· XVl. ~ollth gallery' : -


I
"~ en r thi;:; !'P(! t a re dep0sill-d t he mortal remains 01 ::::/1: I
FI !~: Dt: IIICK FLOOI', J:aruHct, I \\
ho dieJ t he fi ri.l of h: bnlary,
I I
182 4, ill the t-i5t hyc:u' of hi.:! age : :11:<0 of F I: .' :-' CL"l, hi;:;
"i rc, 1 W\1 0 dicel tb e l :;; t (If January, 160S, 1 nged Gf.i years_ I
It is not here in telld ed to record virtu es and la lcnts I alrt·aJ y
well known , and uni\"crs,1 11y felt !;l nJ ack nowledged, I uut
sinlply to ofler flU humbl e though h(';trtfdt t ('~ tim o IlY 1 oj
ajf,'cti on nnJ gnttitudc I to the re$.pected nll<.1 chc ri ~lH·d
memory of the be", t of pal'cuts I by t hei r ou ly sUl'\'j "illg :lllli
deeply afiliclcd child. 1'. COCkL111'D, fecit."

• X VI 1. Bcnenth tIle most SOUlh cl" 1I winJow 011 the so utb gi"lllcr)":-
II In mem ory of th e I: IGIIT ll o;l.: ou R.\CLE JOI1 :-' DOIl t:.: 1I1T,
LOft..! C hid J u::ti-.:c of her 1Lrjesty's Court of COlll lll on I 'lens
ill lreland. B aril J ail. 7th , 17S7 . lJied ~~t . !::ilh, l ~;j O."

'xnlf. Xorth gnllery':-


., ELI Z AR ETU IL AD Y Il UTC IIl :"'SU:\'. I I
reli ct of the I: L\,O. ~ m.
JA )IE.3 lI UTCHI:'oSOoS, Bal'l., I diet..! .·\ pdl :? tit l" 1 ~t 7 , I agcJ
75 y ea rs. I Her ladyship 's n'muil1 ;:; 1 are ul' jlu:.itl,t! U1id cr-
neat h thi s churcll, in \' ault ~ o . 17."

'XI X. Unde r the thirJ "'intlow fr om th e chancel, Oil th e north gall ery ' : -
" 10 pio us memor)' of TII031A S l\ EY)US, l..IOm 1 ; .'):2, dieJ I b :!3 ;
ami of his son \\·JLf.I." ~1 K ~mIls, Lo rI1 1'j;;, t..licd l &G -!;
both res ilien t iu thi;; r:ll"b b fro m 17 .... 7."

'XX. ~ o1't h gall ery' : -


"Sacr.;d to the memory of 11h:",,1:1' :'.1.lOn l-: ~ A"D FO r.f) . I
I
L IIUl1 l :.,\ J: l );I.: :\ 10 1.].\"1 ~.\ " uF l!H I' 1 of l'a .... llerc.l, ill tb ~
County of 1 : \l~ c: o mll1('", I \1110 dl·I':i1 l o.:d thi ,; lifo.! Vl'(l'IlIUer
2 lJth, I ,, ] I, ;toed tJ :! .H':1 rs ; I nnd lu lli s \\ ifl', I L ·,~ TtJ L-.1: 1 "r:.
90

)! oeXT S A :'O DFORD, I d :lIl !!; ht('(" of the h\le Righ t


fiAR ')S"J::SS
H onourable .511. n. R OLIVE R, j of Castle Ol iver, i ll d ,e
Connty of Limerick, I w uo di ed tIl e 19th Octoher, 1:-:; 15,
ab~d 56 years. I T his monumellt i ~ erected to record th e
mallY ,-if lues I and amiable q uali ties of t hese tWO lJmpoteJ
iudh-iJlll1.5, I and ~ a t e~limony of the Sil..lCI.'TC attachme nt I
and affec tiou of a ~nr\"iyio g reb.;:j\"c. '"

'XXI. ~ or tb gallery':-
U In thi.s chnrchY:lrd are {leposi:ed the rcmi'li ns of T H 01L\ !O I
I
Pl::-;''' G.-\5li: ELL, Esq. w ho d:eU l ~J1 h Octoher, b:l3, a:,.:ed
61 ye31"5 . I ~-\ 1 5 o t huse 01 Ftcu c£s. lti:, wiie, I the dang-hter
of J OII :.' 'YA RD, E ~q r. I «(,~- hi.:) wife Ihe u uwager COC' :'i'TOS
of GL.\~D "P.F.). I :::' he W;l$ interred 12th Decemoer, 18l.lO,
a ged 36 y ears. I The ~' h.lJ blO t one chilJ , who died a n i nf.:mt. {
The 3o bo\'c T H.HI.U Pt::o. ;>. GAS.li:I:.LL W;J..:;i of '-:: bau nc::;arry, I
in th e Co. of Cork , and a En eai descenda nt of the I celebnHed
WILL1A~I PE!'!' , the FODnJer of Pennsylva nia, I by his wile,
the daughter aud co-h eir~:i of I ~ Ill \\"11.[.1.1.11 ~P lf. I~G1;T,
Hart.

'XXII. Beneath the wi ndow in the nOlt hern p lle ry Dearest the chancel J:_
., In memory of EDW,-\RD rJCKELL, who died J uly I;:" 18 63,
in hi.; ~-lt h rear."

• XXIII. E ast end of the Dorrh gallery':-


":Sac reJ to the memo ry of I .-\ :'::\E: ALDER, I wife of CnAR L£s
F. ALon, I Co"baru Lod; e. l-b mp~ h ire , Lq.• I l\"ho
dep:utcJ t hi.; Iit"l' I t he ~htt iby of Uctol,er. I ~ -I ,L I Her
afif icrcd bu"b.lOU I er.:ctrJ l uis t a ble t, I Her r.m:U:J.s lie I
in t he ~ame \'il.ult umleroe:l.til I Wilb t hose of her beiu \'cJ
ru other."

I XXI\'. East cud of or. rtL gallery ':-


~; hthe l 'o,uh n~:lf t l ,i ~ r-la<e lye
the r('I~~in 5 (If I Sir.
R l !'. E RT
:.L\t:Dt, L:J.I"i:, He c;'cJ of the ~ ".1t I . h.e -l ~b vf .-\. u ; ~ L. .
I i 50, ap::d i -L 4;] "0 lin rem.l::''; Iut hi.; c' Io;:.;: t :;O'l

~:~~::I~~Y ~{~~~L;~~' I:;~:~~u:i:~11 ill,;~1 /'~::(:~;:I;; ~\~~~:~~;.


, \·ho dye,) t he ~ d: J.I~' I 'J t I1~r,. 1; :·(i. 6f :! :~~ sma!l . l'~' x,
a;.~i :! I ~ ear,. & I3 d '·-,: lth .. . I Er":'ted h~- Euz \ lleTit
I
L.w\· ~I.-\.L l' ~: til :': I:! t il \,la~' uf July. l i ci l:'
91

'XXV. On tl1C fiu1pit':-


II In memory of the ~ J ost Rev, C:IARI.I::s OICI\I:"; SO:-:', n.n., I
Bishop (o f ;\lenth, & some time \,icnr of thi" Parish. I A gool1
milliste r of J e5113 Christ, nouri shed up ill th~ -I wOl'd~ of failh
& of good lIoctrine, gentle UlltO nil I men, apt to tench,
blameless as the stcwanl of God, I nth:r he Iw.d se rved his
I
own g enetat ion by the will of GOlI, he f~'lI ou sleep. I
Kl'ec t(~ lt b...· his scm, I I
al,;o Yieal' of lIds Pal'i.;; h, A.D. I
M[)CCCLX ,"

I XXVI. On tIle font':-


II An offeri ng from th e children of this pnrish. I A. D. I SGO."

• XXVII. On the end of the eas t wall, nude r t11e SO U tIl ga ll el)"':_
"To th e memory I of I Lieut. \\'YLLI.Ui WILTON, I of the
14 th U ght })r3~u .• I who died 1st of jlay, 18 19, I ngcd
~6 I
y etlr:;. This stolle is erectt,d by his I brother oillc!:!'s
I
in tokcn of t heir est ee m and regard."

'XXV[lJ. In same pbce ' : -


"Saered I to the memory of I Cnptnin Ih:;mr G AGE, I Hth
Ligh t lJr::lgoon.;; \ died ':ttl! D.:-ce nw., 182G, \ aged 24.,
Thid mullllllLlwl is erected I by hi~ Lrol her otl:icers I in
!
t estimony of thd r C::itec lII amI aficctioll."

XXIX. Sonlb wall, under gallery ':-


.. TU ():\fAS l'f: LTO:<:, E~qrl' .• Ii nte Paym:l;\ter 7th Husgnrs, I
dieJ 4th :",cprcmhN, J ~30, I a:;ed 43 y ears. Tllis tailler i3 !
erec t~d by I his Lrother ollicer::., I Uti a llIurk of re.::;pect I
to his memo ry."

'XXX . Beneath the window nea re~ t t he chancel, in th e south wall under
t ll o ballery ' : -
.. III lll e].lOri:llll !-=TEI'HA!'1 Gwr!'l'E umici pOSIlCI'C. I };at• .\Jai.4,
I bi3;). OlJiit .\brt. I S, bti1."

'XXXI. South wall, unclci' gallery'~-

"i: llnm r. . . WDI:I:, E~q., :\1.1 1., I I:lte :-:nrgeoll 7th ihl "sars, I
tli C'lI 11 til .Ju ly, 1~;H i, 1:I g'C'J {li y ..al's. I This 1:1 1)1.'1 I is
I
erected by hi ,; in utllel' {!Ilkl'r" I ;l.S :J. JiJ;l.l'k of I'e,;;p~ct I to
his mem ury."
92
' XXX I I. ~:\lIl c p bce': _

I
"Sacl'cd t o the mem ory of .'\LF.X ,J, NDF.r. J ,HFTU Y X ICI10 1.50,\,. I
t
l\1. 1J. lJied 15th VceemUc t', l S:'W, aged:::5 years. .'\ wake
t hOll th at slcepcH , and arise from the dellll, and ClI rist shall
give thee light.- Ephesiau::, eh. 5, v. 14."

' XXXIII. Same place' ;-


" Xcnr here r~t c t lJ [d e] t he l'cm:<ills of I Jom: Pos!'oto:Y CONIWT,
Esq•• I who died Oll the 23ru tieptcmhcl', J j'H7. I This t ablet I
is Ilffection:ttcly antI re.::pectful1y I rahed to his memory I
by his SOll , I ::;il' J Q U~ CO:-RvY, Crt l'l."

• XX X IV. Sam e place '!-


"To the memory of I I\[ A r. y Lr.1GII, I who tlictl !'I t Leamingto n, 1
in ' Varwickshi rc, I on the l :~t h X OVClIlb c J', 185 1. I ;\lay her
prayers and alm s COlli e li p fo[' n memori,'tl before God . I
• God is a sp irit, nnll they tlmt wOI's: hip hi m must worslJip
hi m ill ~pil'it awl i ll truth.'
'J eslls said Ililto her, t am the rc~ ul'I 'Cc tio n allli t he life ; h('
t hat bel ic\"i:' lh in me, though he were dead, yet shall he lil'c: "

I XXX V. S3me place ' !-:


"Sacl'ell to t he memory I of I J Oll X Dr;;,HTY, I~~qr. , .Jt.D.,
who tlietl thc 1 1~ th of J l1lH', 183 1, 3ged {;6, I ami I to
MA RGA la:l' , hi" youngest daug htcr, I wh o tIied A pril [idl,
I S~.3 , aged 15."

'XXXV I. Sa me pluee ' : -


" (0 tile " :l,olt beneath I are deposited th\! mortal rcma;lI :! of I
FELICIA Ih': YAl\S. ! ,:,he uieJ ..\by l lith, 1 ~ 3J , I aged ~ I. "
• C:Llm 0 11 the bosom of thy GvJ,
F ail' ~p irit J rest t hee I tO W !
E 'cn \\ hill' wi tlt 11.!; thy f",obtc{,S troJ,
llis 5(,,\1 was on thy bruw.
Dust to it s llarl'O W bonse LCllent h,
Sou l to its pbee 011 hioh !
Thry th at h:1.\'C ';'Cf'1I tllY I,,,,k ill u t::lth,
:\ 0 more lIIay fl:;~ r to die.'

[~ ('e :-II,;\) p, ,"'G, fur lIIclll L'rial \\ill ,lu w.]


93
' XXXVIf. Same pbce':-
" in a Yanlt , IJcneath this church I arc dcposi lCli the remail!3
of 1 I: U};F.IfJ' G~:()UGE J: mIFOI~n, EsfJ.'!'.• I late or l:nbillsto\\ II
]Jouse, Co. M eat h. I H e tl cprrrt ed this. li fe I on t he Iltb uf
D ec:embe l', 18-11), I iu the 45th ye.'l.1" of his age, I to the
in expressible gricf of I his 50rrowing wife ::mu fa mily."

'XXXV III. W est ~nll . uU(ll;'T sou th shle of west gallery ':_
"Sncrcu I to t be mem Ol')' of I )J .-\Ia ,l !\ I ASSY H IJ)!f r, n D"
widow of til e !.lI e I:UBE ltT t:O.\fl'''I:D. l':~t h I vf l:ah instowu
1I 0llse, (;0. :'ol ent h, I who tlep:ull·J this life Jnly the IUth .
18 1$, I aged 79 yt'ars. lll er sUf\' i" ingchildrcn record ill
this tnlJ!ct I thei r d~ p SOlTO\\' for th e h ss of th e best a ud J
kindest of mOl ber;;, and theil- hu mble hope tl lat I s he slel'ps
in Christ J Ct;Il':: , to Lc raiscu by I 11 im at the lrut day
unto e\'crlastiJlg life ."

'XXX IX. Korth wall, uuder gallery ' : -


"In meillory of! G r: onGF: C.~ t. fJW t: f.f., El'qnire, I a native or
Kilwiuning ill ::iCOtl.lllll, I who weu! to Du Lliu in earl~' life, I
whe re he was for m:my year.;; a nle l"C ilall f. I I:e(iring fl"o m
the bustle of :1.ct i'·e li fe, I he resided for abou t 23 years in
Indue, I but from his eOlllle:xioll with , and att nchment J to
the pl ace ill ,,-hich his bu;;in c5;; !I;\uits I were form eu, he
annnally visited th e i scene of Lis fo rmer labours. Om'in,; I
hi;:l last o;hit he died 011 the 1 4th Jay of ~ oyemLc r, 183 -1, J
in the 7~th year of his age."

'XL. Xorth wnll, unde r gallcl)' : -


"~cnr thi;; pl3.CC are iu t(,l'rr d til e remains of I J .H'E, I the
belo \'cll nnt! lalllenteJ wife (It ESI'IX E l!,HTl-. I':sqr.• I aH ll
d:l.ughtl'r of )lJ CIUf.I . 11.-\ltI:ls, Esqr" of thi.". pa risll . I
~ h e die,] (.In the :?~th ttty (>f ~ (' plc[lJber, l 1:! ~.U , I afte r :"t
few huurs ;;\!\'<' re ilhH's,:,. 1 :-h c li ~·ed :tnt! die!1 I lovi n.; oll r
I ore! J ~':-llS Chri"t in ",in ct.'!"ity. 1 rlln l Illeekly trnstiu;::- fllr
snlvatioll I ('Illy in Il i:5 at olliu g liluod, I and the c:s.cc \!diug
IOl" c :111l1ll1crty of her GOll :"tllli F t~h"l" , I vouch,:,ak,1 lu 11 "1"
for Il is s:iki' ; I ~o tklt I!JQu:.!h 1!lll~ ::1tdd,'n iy :"Jl:tlclICtl all ay
frum I!li.. \I arId. I J;lie h ;;~ kt't t" 111"1' 1l1<Hn'lliug htl.~i) all(l nllJ
fri end,:, I tILl' Cull ~"la t ;U ll uf f"d i ll ~ I :1 I'ull :1111.1 cel"Iaiu
:l:,;;umllc..• I that "la' I IU \\" ~ l ecps ill J C~llS . "
!)1

• XLI. Xort h wall, uutle r gallery':-


I
" Sacred t o the memory of Emw !I'o JOSFPl! WELD, r.!lqr., I
who departed thi.s life Au £t1st th e 1 15th, 183 1, a;;-eJ ·15.
For as in Ad:un all die, evcn so ill Chl'ist shall all lie maJ e
alj\"e.-] Corinthialls 15 ch. 22 "er."

'XLII. East wall, tinde l' ~lI e ry':-


I I
"In memory of TUII }lAS BF.L)JOflE ST. Grom;E, Es,!rc", I
Danis tel' at La w, fOllrth 8011 of the I late l: ey(l. HUWAU D
I
ST. G ~:()nGJ,:. D. IJ., of Kilrll ;ih il ollSC, Co. Kilke nny, and I
lJawso n-'lt., Dublin . He d ied .Jan. I-I th. [ 863, in the I
I
80th year of his a;e. Erected t o hi:! m Cll1m-y hy Iii" eiliest
I
SOli, HOr,.\ilD ST. GJ::OBCF. , of Leicll:lrdt lJi.'l trict, Quceus- I
lanJ, A U5tl'llJia. I I:e thou iailhfll111lHO ueath, and 1 will
gh-c thee a c r OWD of lite.-H cY. 10. II," (.s/e)
(t\ ow, 1893, hi ycstibulc.]

• XLII I. Korth pordl , north wall' : -


.1 ~ ac red to the lI1e mo l')" of the I ne'·.
THO)US P.Hr:~HAM
H UPD .... P.T. I
who J uriu g 3. period of m:l1t)' years was one I
of th e most C' Oline nt 1 il1 "tructo r5 of YOllth i:1 tid:; cit.,". I
I-li s fricllu" ft lld Jlll Ji ils I llfi'"c unit clj in c rectin~ this tnblet I
as a slight trihut e to hi" won b, :mu a Ol eillo rial of th eir I I
este em anu affectioll · 1 Dieu J unc 2;), 18-11. Ag ed 50 yenl" ~."
[:\ow, 1093, in vestil>ule.]

• XLIV. Cen tre porch, east wall ':-


" This mOl\ utllent I 1\·,lS t \"cct ~ ci . I fi S W;"I S al.o:o another I a t
HllIIugu lpon;·. I by Ids broth er ell:,;i l1e('rs ! :HlJ ot l1 t·l· frien d:>
in ! I
l uJia, ill t cSt illlVll) of tl'{'ir :< p pl"l"ciatio ll of bls I
I
priva te worth mill Jlruft:5~j o:l al a (;ility. I
! I
~ ac red ttl [In! III t' tn o ry of 1: I ClIA1!D ,l u1-J X ST. G.EUI:GF. , !
I
J: l.! ... i t.!~· !U EI1 )!inpcl" un tho:: Ea ... t I lllji:l1l I::tilway, \\"i,o \\· ,IS I
I
oruwlIl.'.1 un 4 [h ul" October, I to;',!), Wllt'll rl·o,,~i!1g a I
ft oodetl \·:. llcy I n e.l r Ct,lg', ng, DI'lIC!al. I lJer.l':lSeU \\" .lS 3 rJ
t;OU of I TU "3IA S el·: L)l\)I! .E .:sT. ti LVltli l :, Esql".
Ps. 103. Y. 15. I'::. gUo v. tJ •
• Thanks be to GoJ \\ hic h gin ·tlt us t he I . . ktul"Y I llrnllg h 0111·
Loru Jt:~us Ch ri~t.' I:. Kirk, I!.IJ..\,"
, X LV. Centre porch, 1101't1l wa ll ' : -

In: ~ EF ACTI ONS 1'0 y i: SC HOO L .

C ')L . t. COL. II.


1756 . ) 11,. Southwel l, p. liS7. )lr5. Lad e,·czc £ :! 2 15 0
anll. fol' ev e\' £2 0 17 S9. ) 11'5. S t. George '20 0 0
176 1. Lac1yLan l's boroll gh 5 0 1789. T1.J c Ht. H on. &
]764. J ohn 1:::trry, Esq. 5 13 9 Ha ll, th e :\l emLcl's
1707. )ll's. US5hcr, a lI c- of tl lc KiJuul'c·st.
benture 100 0 Club . ) .}
15 0
1768. ]\11'8. l'a nl ell 0 0 1 i MO. Mrs. Al uercron 20 0 0
17 09. )ll's. l'l'Iluencc 17S9 . Fl'1ll1 s. lI opk iu ::,
E. cl'et K;ql'. 10
1771. )l enry I\a l'totl, Esq., li90. !\ iclJ s. Engl i~ l j ,
a D ('b('ut tl l'c 100 0 Esqr. 10 0 0
17i2. l:e • . Dr. D oun-iIle:! :1 15 0 I 1800 )Oliss )lary Butler 50 0 0
1775. Ditto do. I I 12 3 1802. Frall cis H iggius,
17ill . G ellcm l DIy th e 50 0 0 ESqT. 10 0
1 i7 G. ]\11'05. Kni ght 75 0 0 1803 . Ladv All en 10 0
J 77 6. Lady P a l' SOIl S 10 0 0 J:e \' ~\' Buchanan,
Ijj9. C ou Dt e ,~s Dowager E ~ q. 15 0
of Al dbol'ollg h :lO l eO I. COllDtess Ahlbol'o 20 0
17'j~~ . !II I's. Coote ~O l\Irs. Anllc U all Il 6
17 8U. Abraham Clwig- J ohn Latlcvcze,
Il ea ll, El'qr. 10 E "ql'. 50
178 1. Lady Loui:;n Con - 1808. Patrick Bride,
Dolly, p. UIlIl . 13 Esqr. 10 0
li 8:1. A Lady in Ellglaud 10 0 18 10. l\ll'.'; . :'.l addcn 37 ] 3 0
I j l:l3. T he Ht. li on. & l SI !. Andrew hn ox,
lI on . th e :'II £'lnbers Esq. 2.1 0
of th e KiIJ:tI'C -st. 18 J7. ~ll's . Butler 10 0
Club 22 15 I SI U. ~li ss S tannard 100 0
1781. i\lrs. J Uli e Orde 10 0 182 1. ),11'. }licbael
I ; t:5 . TIle nt. HOll. & !'I lackie 10
Hon. tIl e )ll'mbt' rs I f 22. nh.s.Alinc W aUis 100
of the Kilu :lre-st.
Clu b 22 15
17R6. ?l lrs. ~m)' th 0
17~7. Th e Ia. I1on. &
Jl oll. thc :\le mhc t's
01 t ilc K ilJare - ~ t .
Clllb 22 15 0
'X LVr. Centre porch, south w3I1':-

lJENEFAcnO!'l"S To T ill:: POOH.

COL. I. COL. II.


1723. Ld. Kcwtowli (Sa G. T. \\':tlI.IC(" Esq. £5 B ~
HUtlCI', p. antl. 1.:5 11. !llrs. \'c:;~y lU 0 u
for en'r £J 3 0
176·1. /\rch ~ Deacon
Smyth, L. \ ' . 100 0 0
1772. Dr.You lI;:;, l;i" hop
of Fern:i 5 13 9
177f;' Dr. EdwJ Smy th;j O 0 0
1779. End ofAIJl:lOr~ugh ti O 0 0
1780. i\1 r:$. Coote 20 0 0
1782. Dr.G3f11el, Bishop
of Clogher 10 0 0
1783. L l.lly Pnr:;oJl s 10 0 0
1785. D.I.a Touch e. I·:~il . ll G
1785. ~lrs. lI annah
Smylh
1785 . :L-.lrs. Heuccc:t
Shuldham 1L
I 7S7. ~I rs . Elizath. .-\ U ti
CI'OSULC ]I I 6
17 87. 1\1 1':;.)] :Hc:t Cnrke ] 0 0 0
! 7tiS. i\Irs. Elizt h. l\: elly ;50 0 0
l iti S. 1\11'': ; . ilanw. \'ll :W 0 0
175S. ]) l1i;c of I:mland 10 0 0
1788. Wm. I:aphsoll 5 0 0
1 7 8 ~. ~11':ii . Alde rcron 10 0 0
17 93. ~Irs . lIo)'!e 5 0 0
1795. The ~Ii ~"es raines l ) 6
1796. 1I1r3. J1 a n ~
Swan Ion 10
lin. ~lrs . ~b l'\' TrcLlch J 9 l~
1799. ::'III'S. Sllpple 10 0
1800. II ugh 11 0\\,:\\,,1,
E '~. 22 15 0
180 !. ~lr:; . Luc. Cl'o:;uic ] 0 0 0
1803 . l:t. 11 0": Far! of
A kll>oro1t~h 51) (I I) I
1 ~0 1.

~I
L'l.J\· .·\nllc J":meI 40 0
Mr. -l'::bcr 4;) 10
!'o Il'. t\. ,s.l V;lgC II
97

• XLV 1. South porch, east wall':-


II In lJIemory of I Sir W ILLI·HI STA~!E£t, nart., I who deparled
I
tbislifc }-I th J anu:ll"Y, 1838. [ 3:;e(l 74 years; and of llis
beloved wife. 1 ) LU:TIU., LAllY :j'£AllER, I who Jied 21st
September, 183 6. I a.;eJ C3 yea!';'!. I
'Come UHt o me, at( ye th:l.t labour nUll are heavy laden, I
and 1 will gi "e you rc st.'-:l'Ilatt. xi. 28 •
• Being j usti fied by faith, we h:n-e pe ace wit h God I t.hrough
OIlr Lord J ews Christ.'- Hom. v. 1.
M. & P. Harris, 152 Gt. Brunswick-st."

'XLVIII. South porch, south \tall ':-


II In a va01l. I beneath this cburch [l ie the I'emains of I
DA ~IEL )lcT\:AY, Esqr., I of St. Stephen's Green, I in tbis
city, I aml I of :'l!orecll, Co. Dublin. I Dorn 2lLd VecI'"
I 77 8. I Di ed 5 th D<!cr., boW. I Also of ELIZ.>" hi;; wi fl.'. I
daughter of EDWA RD l: oWL.\!" D, Esqr., I of earth en l.odge,
Ruaboll, Denbigbshire. ~ Baril !hh J uly, 17 85. I Dietl 7th
May, l E5S. I
Lookillg for that ble3sed hope, :lnJ the glorious I app e:u'ing
of t he great GoJ auu our 5:H'io llr J esus Chri.:;t.
[In t he ve3ti llUle.J T. Kirk, fecit. ...
( To be continutdJ

~t. !ilfchan·s.
us
, On a tom t one, over which i! t he pathway to the \'estry of St. Michan's
Church, lJu uliu, was an inscription, of which I copieu as mu ch as remaiued
ler;ible more thn.u forty years ago lcir. I t:5 0]. The followi ng is my
copy' :_
"'ACENT SU B [HOC) M A R MOR E SVPULTI
RO BERTI JOHN SON I, ARMIGERI, [SE]CUN DI
..JUDICIS REGI..tC. COMM UNIU {M1 PLAC ITORUM
CU R I.€. ET UXO R IS EJUS, ELIZABET H,
LIOE RI, QUORUM NOMINA E tR ANTl SIN GU-
LO RUM S E PULTUR R ···:·· ·· ES INFRA
{5 1 EQUESTUR [LUCllA 19 JULI r 1669:
TH O [.\1AS [7] D ECEMBRIS lG70 : HAL [ES 1
10 D ECEMBRIS 1679. • •... . AND MAJORE
PAR ENTUM AMICO R iJ [ MJ LUCTU OariT
···· ··· 0 RELIQUIS DUIT UIS t 1J VI XERA T
· · ·····00 MAJO R E M SPEM ILLl5 D IOERAM
. ...• TUS ;:ETAS DOCT R INA MO RE S."
'I ~m qnit e l1n :1.blc to fill in all th c L!allks in tho above j lotH I cOlli.·d
all Ihat "':15 li'gi IJle-prouahly l1L O~t of it is 110 IOllger so. Tll c l C't"' )"~
Lctw('ell I.H'ackct!i I SIlg:g:C ~ t, The 1WlII C$ I got from tbe parochi nl rcgi"k r.'
[ II . I.. '1'., I b!l l.]

TUi: CI1 UI:CU PLAn: OF ST . !\tCIi OLAS WlTllo L'T ANn ST. LUKE'S.

Since tlte rem arks in page 2 71 , vol. 1, with refercncc to th e


abo\'e were sellt to tliC printer, th el'e ha s bcell II correspon-
de nce on tbis and other subjects co nn ected witlt these p:lI'ishes,
puLli shNl in th e J,.ixlt Ecclesiastical Ga.:ettc; th e Hector, tIl e
Hev, J . D. Smyli e, states t hat tile story r efe rred to is
"unfounded," as fa J' th e H discovering, resto ring , OJ' rescuing
tll is plate fl'Olll becoming a family h eirloom," &C.-[EDS.]

S word s.
'.\gainst the soulll w:tll of the cJI.'ltlcel ' : -
H ll el'c lielll the uOlly of tllC I:evcl'end IJ EN lIY Sc,ulJlt:nu,:,
}Jean oi Cloyll, :\rci ujcacoll of H oss~. I'l't'u cudnry lllJU \'ica r
of Sword" who ll('IHl rtcJ II,i s li fr. th e :3rd of Fcuruar), 170:3
togethcJ' with the body (If Ids First wi le ~I A H\' , the d::t uglJtet'
Df the H onlJ le. CU,.I. O:\EL (i t! I-: )' .\!nJ. ESWot ,TH of l.onJo1J ,
wh o dief! in child Ll'll anJ left no i5i'Il C, li e also lll~llTi t'd
~L~I:G.\la. T th c (ial1glltcJ' [01] CU J.I.lFOlID of EltcoomL ill the
County of i}Ol's('t, b<qrc., who was illtcrrel} :It Thitl1 cwort h
in ~ li lldle~c" by whom lte ha.1 i;::"ne a FOil alld a Jaughtcl'
'fiz. Frelierick ~l:1yllbnrJ, & Elizabeth."
[Isaac Rutler's ~ I S,J

' I n tIl e oM cltul'clJ,r:ml a slab witlt rOlllllleu top is i!lscl'iLed ItlllS ':-
"lI EHI·; L YET Il ! T il E lIO])\' OF I Of) X! ~~Il TH
OF K~OCKL I ~ [ I: ] 1\\' 11 0 D I t::D T il ": lS o}o' l
F l': l\HY'\ It\' 1;(/ ;'."

'There is h e r~ :l l'1l'lc ~r:milc fO lll-I]()]'.~c;::1:oe ill l'lmpc. It is \"Cry


1a 1 '~C, Tll en ~l1 ril .g: ill I \'1' :1;1 11.\ :'i :j ill.-]lt' S hy;)O ill C:l~ ( :;Tl'al~·;::t Il l L· n~llrCnlellf:.i),
:II1J 11111:;1 be! 01 great alli.iIJllit y .
• A slIIall ~ t o n(! cros::; lIlay :\Iso be ~ ce ll ill Ib is d lllrdlyanl.'
rl'. ". S"cle.]
'·uri ... h of 1I0\\(h-1I 0\\ 1h ('hureh .
• III the so uth able, witll ill thirt een feet of t he cast window, is the tomb
of CllltiSTUI'HEH, th e thirti ct ll LOI:l) D.\ !t():{ or HOWT II [in complde
:mllourJ; therc are cml.>I ~ II, atica l fignro?s, and the fullo.wing inscription,
.A.lJ.l..J30·:-
"CHRISTOPH ER, BARON HOWTH, ALIAS I
DE STO LAURENCIO, AN D LORD OF I
PARLIA M ENT, AND ANNE PLUNKET I
DAUGHTER OF - - PLUN KET OF I
RATH MOR E IN THE COUN TY OF MEATH:'
, In th e north wall is a monn mental stOllC ' : -

T o ti le memo ry of A~N"t; FI.lN.


U

A fri enJ tllat lov'd thy ca rlbly form when hel"(',


EI-ects tl l i~ stone to JUH be held mos t dear,
Thy h:tppy geuius oft bj" son! rc\"j\·\I,
Nor sorrows felt lImil of thee dep ri\-\L
l'eace to thy gen tle shaue and endl ess rest,
T o thy fHir wulnow nllw ber"l wi th the Llt'::' t!
Y t't take these t enr,; DIOI't:dity's relief,
AmI till I sharc thy joy.i!, fur;;ivc my grief.
These little rit ~s, a stoIHl . a verse rcce h'c,
Tis all a falb er, all a fri(,lld can gil'e_
D cceased Scptcillber 1766. Aged near ~ l years."
C This tender p:l.l'ent, who i~ d eposited nea r his beloved daughter, lI":l.g
!ll r. LA UltESC.: .FLl ~, an eminent liooksellel' ill Castle,street, iu ,,"hose well
assoned shop thl! writer of t ll e~e pae-es indulged hi s fondness for auti qu i-
tics at a juvenil e I\ge:
[F. Grose, 1';'92.]

I ... ",,, PaThh.


It is with Bluch pl easu re that we llflv(" r eeeh -cd the n ews
from 2\lrs. Perrill, of Kuockd romin, of the safe r emoval, and
erection in th e tower of thi s church, of the fille t Ol11b~ of Sir
Cltrinopit cr Ihrn ewcll and J am cs Berlll ingham, which so well
d ese n'C'd th e ('ar(' an~l m OllC,\T spent on tlJ ('ir preservat ion .
•01' ti:e Bu.mXGHAll tom b, the late ~Ir. A . Cooper wrote in
17S;) ;-
• At tIle ca~ t ('Illl of tbis wast e i ~le lies a fl3. !!:;touc . a little rlis('J. on
\rllich is a fi:;ure of l man ill tl.:lIti.,clic\'o ill ' complete armOIll'. \\ ith a
'\"tortl by hi~ siile, hi" band" upli lt<'ll, uud a dCIi; I t bis f('c t. I:tluuu. thJ
nlge i" the full o\lin ; . ill l"i"L LSCLj [Cltel·". Oa th r nortb cd.;;c':-
100

" FOR JAMES BERMINGH AM OF BALLOGH ESQ: '


, On the sO lltb edge' : -
'AN D HIS W IFE ELLIN OR FITZWILLIAMS 1637:'
I On tb e west edge' : -
"WO, 1 HI. MERCATORO,"

It will be seen by the note taken from th e Expre8s of th e


.3rd Jul y, 1890, and gi,-en 011 p:lgc 1O~\ fllat there appears to
be very consid erab1e am higuity as to the exact wordil1g of tllc
aboy c inscriptioll.

~ The church stands in th e middle of tile l ow II, it is long and nal'row.


Divided into two isles-the sOllth is tlJ(! J-llace of se rvice-the Il onh is
was-t [sic], and a pJ::tce laid npart for burial s fro m the tombs that are
erect ed thel-e .'
'Kl"ar the upper elld there is n large m OlHl m ent a<lorned with th e £gu res
(D pOIl the co\"C'r) of :Jlr. A. BarD\\ all alld his lady ill hau t relief,'
• Ou t be pillow' : -
"SOLI L A DES DEO,
51. DE>S. NOBICSU M. Q UIS. CorN ?; TRA NOS:
IOn the east end of the tomb':-
"THIS . MONVMEMT, IS , MADE· I FOR. THE.
RIGHT· WORSHIPFVLL 1SR. CRISTOPHER·
BARN EWALL· I OF. TVRV I y. KN IGHT . BY.
THE·RIGHT ·WORSHIPFVLL·SIR LU KCAS·
DILLON· OF· MOYMET. KNIGHT. AND .
DAEM· MA IR ION · SH AR L · HIS· WIF· WHO·
MA RRIED . HERR · 3 , Y;ER. A FTER· I THE.
DEATH· OF· T HE · SAID. SER ·I CHRISTOPER .
[H JER· FIRST · AND . LOWING· HOOS BAN DE . '
WHO. HAD. IS SU 'S · FIVE · SONNES. A ND·
15·DACHTERS·BY·HER·
WISH WELL T O DILLON 1589:'

There are llUllH'r01l5 mi.-: tnkes, J fillJ , in Butll'r's copy of this


iu sc ription i many of the letters arc conjoinC'tl in a curio us
manner, Wllich 3pp~ars to haye pllzzlt:!d Butlcr.- ED.
lot
' Unde.' til e e:t~t window in the saDIe isle t here is a hU'ge tomb. On tho
cover, in hauL relief i~ the eftigic of a knight in comple:l.t ar molll' wi th his
hand;; j oined in a praying poslme i and on the nort h ledge of the tomu
this inscl'iptioll ' : -
" FOR l AMES BERMINGHAM OF BALLOGH
ESQU I RE,"
, On the south side ledge ' :-

"AND HIS WIFE ELINOR FITZWILLIAMS 1637.


' At th e west sldeofsaiJ tomb ':-
"WI£ I H I MERCATOR I. "

• In th e wall which di .. idcs the ch nreh t here is fi.:z: t a bl ack marble stolle,
wilb the filII owing cyphers and iUSCliptioo ' : -

i-
I.UI
I. This stone nn d burying place I belongs to C UR1SToPBEIl I
Ron and his Pos terity. I WIII:re bis 1'arcll ls lk's & I
sisters are buried, also I bi-:> daugh te r CATllEI;]:->E I BU1'L
who dc-ceased June I yc I Gth 17 1 j', ill t he 8th yea r I of
her age.
lila)' mercy shield him ;lot his dyeing d:ty,
Who for tlacil' souls, whose Jus t lyc3 fuc're shall pray."
[1. B.', MS.]

Sir Christopher Barnewell',s tOlll h, of Turvey, and his lady:-


., ErecteJ by ::Iir Lochs Dillon who n'ns th e 211tl hnsband of
tlac lady. Issne Jh-c ::!oonnC6 auJ fifteen Dachtcri;,"

By its side is :lllother tomL to the memory of J ames


Berming ham.
Mr. \Vestropp re:H13 it th us ;-
.. FOR J AM ES BER MI N GH AM ESQ. AND HIS
WIFE ELINOR FIT ZW ILLI AM S 1527
VAE TIBI PECCATOR,"
L odge (" Pccr.1gc; ' 1750) gin:,s it thus :-
" FO R J AM ES B ER M INGHAM OF BA LLOUGH
ESQ. AND HIS W I FE ELI N O R FITZ-
WILLI AM S 1037 Wif. I . HI. M ERC.'.TO R.·
102

Professor Stokes "greed with L odge as to th e date. F atlH:r


D en is .:\lurpby an d oth cr~ dec ided that the Latin wor ds wcrc_
VAE !tUHI P ECCATORI * 163 7.-( Erp re8s, July 3, 1SBO.-Excur.
sion of Antiquaries of Ireland.}

I Lnsk was fol' many ages tile burial pl.ace of th e nAf:SF.WALLS, lords of
Kitl g,;.b ml, who.:lc property W[lS vcry large i ll Fin gal.
• Here was al~o interred Doctor P.UIaCK 1: t:ss l:L, titul ar .-\rchbi.5hop of
Dub liu , who died JUl'iug Lhe res iuence of .J amea 11. in Dublin. i":illg
Jam e.s attenueu thi.:; prc\;ltc in I G~9, when he con::ecrateu th e chapel of
Bcneuictil1e ~UllS i n ChaJlIlcJ-row.
'Unu er I be C:lst l\i ndow of the north ail e i" 3. t able mOllu ment to
JAMES R £ nm !\G HA ~I, wi th his effigies ill cOnlp lete al' m Oll]', awJ tllb in scrip-
tion.' [U cro follow.:I the same ill.o.Cri ptioll as gh-e n by Isaac Butler_)
[Grose, vol. i_, p-13.J

The following n otes have killlHy been furnished by 1'lr5.


Perrin, of Kll ock dromill,- u h ely who has shown a lively
intercst ill th e work we arc endeaTonrillg to C8.rry out, from its
comm ell cemcll t in 1883, and to wh om we feel muclJ in deb te el_
B_-\RXEWALL mon um ent , copied from til e J ournal of "Anti-
qu[trian R::ullLl es ill t be County D uLl in," by the lnte Austin
Cooper, Esq, <'.S.A. and ~l.lU.A. :-
• Lusk. 8th Jlllle, 178 3.
'"Near the communion -table, ill th e C('ll tre of tb e church , ~t:m d5 a large
raised tom u of :::il" C_ BanJewa!l alltI La.t!y, ado m ed all each siue w itll
s evernl coats-of-a rms of Ba rnewal b , lJilI ons, BUllers , ..te_, amI the names
of all th eir cbilu rcu.
'On tbe top lie th e full fi ~ nres of :3ir Cb.-istophe r anu wife, in alto-
retino,-the U(!st pi ece of sculpture of this killu th.lt 1 h a ~-e see n.
'The slon e is a fi ne grit of th e fir e kiuu, aud so poli::i bcu that it looks
as if vamished with a whitish !'uL':;tilll ce.
'Th ey are both ures::;eJ in the I' uft: &c_, or
Eliza helh '5 (lays, witb th e
dog, ad 115ua1, at foot; rlllu the ornamentation on tIl e garm ents, &c., is
really elegantly ex trava.;an t.
, Un the pill ow unJ("l" til ocil" bead s is insel-iLeJ, in I'ui seu letters' : -
"SOLI. LAVDES . DEO SI · DEUS· NOBISCUM .
QUIS . CONTRA· NOS."
_ '.And all t he cus c cuu or fQot of t ile monume nt i", Ihe ful!O\\ iug iU'scl'iptiulI .'
[Th en follows ~Ir. Cooper's copy of tbe ill~cri l'tioll , which
Jiffers slightly fro m t hat given by l mac B utler_]
~ T bi3 ,," or.1 RI'P ~ lUS t o Ill<' to be cl' l1rl~' l'ECCAT"R, Ill,,] D"t "r~ccut"ri_" 'fIle
1\1 (I f :\hHI i ~ ill('~'iJll', Ilnd t he AE Of f ,IE ar" conjoll..LeJ_-I·.ll_
103

'0 11 rllt! wc~ t side Lewl ? ~ j:j writte n';-


.. CHRISTOPHER BARNEWALL MARION SH ARL."
I On tl,e north side, bcshlcs the D!l.tnCS of all thei r children , t he followillti i.i
at th e t Oj) • :-

"WISH . WELL· TO · DILLON · 1589:·


'And ill one eOrll cr ' : -
.. QUI OBI T 1575 AUG. DIES :·
:\lr5. Perrin adds ;-
'The wen ~h l e is t.lividell into three CO l1l pal·t me llt~: the centre one hft.:>
a la rge con t- or. a l'IlIS Laud uILd e!' thelll th e ini tial.i L. D. ]
'The cortu side h:u shields carved with the Itlrnewal1, Dillon, rind
~ hn rl arms.'

l. D. M. S. P. B. A. l.
JOHN
5R MARION BERNEWAL DILLON
PATRICK ANE ANO WHO MRIED ET CETRA
LAWRENCE ALSON JAMES MOVO
AND JOHN ELISABETH DillON A ND
MARY A NE : AND SOON MARY
DO NIS AND MABEL AND ANo
KATERI NE ISMAY EIRE I!lS9. QVI
MARCRE AND A LL TO THE OB IT
Cli NE AN D SO SAID SR 1!l70 AVG
ALSONE ELU NOR LVKCAS VSTI • DIES

Th e foll owillg d escri ption of a \'ery ancient tomb in this.


pari sh WLlS read at a lllct."! ting 01 tile Roy,tl Irish A cad emy, 3nl
Marcil, L7 ~ 11. [See It-LA. J ou m al, yol. ii.]
The desc ri ptioll i:) I;y COIO!hd Cha rlcs Vallan ce)" .:\l.lLS. L.
E. a Ull Du Llin. H e says :-
II The ~ t o ll e was foullt! cO I'Ned with earth ill the church of Lusk ill 17 :'3,
wh('n a fair Jr:,IWillg 01 i. was l11 :I.le by ~Ir. ) Iarti ll li ,will ."
A. la rge cngraxing of it, about L1 inches by oJ, is ,giv en fn l:ing'
p: l ge~')i,_ E L>.
" One cOrller j" or.)kf' 1l .. !T, which contain ed the let ter H ill t i le W()I'lJ
I!le; <I ud Jlrvb~Lly the leller ~l. ill tlH.: d;llt! \\lI S ci ,Ii," !" ollliu"J VI' brukc lI
off."
li e then g i n:~s the ::oiz\'! uf die stolle [as ill ~l r. COO)J\': l"':-: '\I :--:.J.
and * Id:-;: -
10·1

U The im;cription is very legible":-

" tic laret IDaItrr115


brr[/:ll1ol1t rt uror ru
1110nica qo alt
lliilU115 ppitirtl1r fr15 a III til iqll5
:altao linni I I I I I [ Sto.e broke •. ]

me rrr1.l : : "
Ther e ~re five C's to be still distinctly sce n on this stone;
how Colonel Val!ancey could lw.yc put only four it is tliffi cult
t o see. TIle ~[ for one th ousanJ Il O doub t was on th e part of
the stone broke n off after the words ,A nno Dom.
"Hie jacet WalterllS Dcr : ? ~ ruont ct nxor ejlls Z\l onica.
quornm :lllim abus propiarul' Chl'i.5n1s. Amen. Jesus
AUllo Domi!]i [~ I ?}CCCCCXX XV: : ..

The following is nn ex t ract, sen t llS by ~J rs. Petrin, from :l


MS. of the late Austi n Cooper, F.S.A. anu M.lU.A. (17 tio) ,
wi th referen ce to thi 5 t ombstone : -
'.Neal' this tomb. lying cart'lessly on the bround. is a remarkable tomb·
stone, which so much ,\1;18 ~ aid about iLl the ;.\Iagnziue for 1752, and of
which all el1gmvill O' has bt'en plllili"hed [st'e fo u [.n o [ c ~ . I l;l\" ill~ liC{,D
favoured with a sigll t of it by Qlle of the inhabi tants, I carefully cxamilll'd
it, nnu fOl1lnl it so erroneOI1S, that I rcgret I had not employcu my time in
drawing im;tt'lld of cl)mparing it. The figures 'He all like t he o"igimll, Imt
Il ot ill due PI·oportion. ;::;everalof the letters ar(' y(lry incorreeliy copied.
Ii
I
particularly tile dat e, which is cYideutly 1-5 75 [ 1535 1]. The X',j (II' t ellS
for [i n] th e date are exactly the snme as tl105e of a date of Olll inscription
'Which J copietl in the Cathedral of l.imerick.'
Foot·1l01c abo\"c referred t o : -
4A drawing of this tumo is to he J:C(' D ill the 2nu "01. of the Tran sactions
af the l: oyal Jri5h .-\ c;l{](,·my, page .5 7.
'Th e .st olle m C:l$llrl':; 5 f-.;ct 5 iuchc5 in length by 2 feet 2 illches in
bl·c:lut h. <'Iud ,1 il1cliL'S ~ hi<.: k,
• 'He ill:,r.-illiioll W':1.3 (JI)ic incat ~sj< iY alteru s iJ('nllolit ('luxor ejus
- Monic:l. quorl1l11 animubus propri eto r lieu;:. AlIlen . •.... nllo lIollliui
(ll)C CCCI.:XX:\:\'.'
• \\'ith l'l'ganl to tll c d:ut:!, that h:arncll au t iqllary , 1)1'. I:ee\"es, was (If
opinion that the style ofl cttc l's is evidclltly sLom the mi dJle of t hc XVldl
century.'
105

'Valhllcey furt he r says [hat the t wo open hnnJs are pointing to the
names of Ihe dfceascd, aud Illat they are •• nnique."
• The fi gures denote tllc Trinity, witb the )lcs.5ial1 on the cross. I. N. It
~ The letters an: l';\i"ed.
c'n e stone is Dflrl'OWel' a t the lower t:nd, and there arc thrcc rows of
lettel's at the Lottom anti a row all round.'
This stolle is now standing against the wall in th e vcs tl'Y
of the R. C. chapel of ltush , wh ere I lately took 3. rub Ling
of it, whi ch I hope to publisb. \re filld the following noti ce
of this st one iu "Grose." -Eo.
• On a stone discovered in 1 'j 53 is ' :-

"IC JACET WA L TERUS DER MOT ET U XOR


E. U. MON ICA QUORU AM BUS PROPTU R
CRIS AMEN. JESUS ANNO DMNII [ MI
CCCCC XXXV."
IOn the dissolution of religious hOllses, the churcb was granted to
PATnl CK liAR~ CW .-\LL:

'WILLIAM "RenD ALL's TO~lIlSTO!\E , Ll'SK CUURCU.


, To the Editor oj (he irish Builder.
' SHl,- \yhell the hnr:J.somc tomh of S il' C hri5tol,her Barneu-al1 was
mOl'cd from t he chllrch ~a l'J o f Lmk, and l,i:1ced within the ancient :\ud
Doble tower of Ihe d,nrch, all illt~rl..'~t i llg !OlUU510DC was uneart hed in tb e
tower, Jt bears th e fu\\owi llg imcriplioll : -

";J.3rlohl HrH) tur ;J.30012 of [i:rlilIi<lll\ I


!arcj)o<lll, \Citijrtl of Dublin, born I
~rptrllll.Jrr 2!ltj), IG8:\, <lulJ lJielJ I
~rptrmbrr (it!), EO)1. \c!)is JTl0111l~
l11fl1t I tU<l5 rrrctrlJ to tlJr II1fll101'11 of
a I tClllJ rr i(lIl!:;'billllJ, illl <lffrctioll<ltr I
jJ<ltIlfl', it !:;'illmr jirimlJ, ill1lJ <lll I
!)ourst :H1 illl , ul1 j,!)flIwtt<l, tis I
'itffiirtfIJ 8!..1Iuotu."
I A pet.ligree of Ihc ArchJall Family mny be fonnd in Archdal\'$ ctli ti on

?f ,L~d £e:8 ,. Pe~r~l~? of hd,mJ," "'01 . iii., pages 2tsO ami t~l , article,
'-role, Earl of l. o~ ;,.
106
40 n rderCI1Ce to Ihis pedigree, this interesting fac t appears, that William
Arcill.bll recorded on th i!t tombstone !IS born ~9 ~ cp t e m bc l', I t:83,
"married lI enrietta , u:lIlghtcr of the I:eve rcnd H CIlrY Ganne. l!ector vf
Mayo. &c., and Ji ed .5 .::=cptembcr, 1753, lc:wing i$.SIlC oy Ilis said wife,

\
wl.o died about li73-.\h,,,nN, born J2 A pril, 1723, now Hector {,f
Slalle; ll cnry j Angel, manied William Pre5ton; Eli zabeth, anJ
Call.eriuc."
' W illiam '\I'chda!l was thus f.uher of th e Dev. ~rcrvy n Arcbdall, the
compiler of the II )lonaHicon liiIJcrqicIIUl ," :\Ild the Editor of th e second
edit ion or Lodge's" Peerage of h eland "-two works dear to all ~tuJeuIs
1 of Irtsh Uist(,ry.
' Will iam Archdall was sou of the f: e\'erend Jo hn Archdall, Vica r of
tusk, HjjG-00, when, ow ing: to the tl'O ll h ie~ of that time, he lost his life.
The "icar marrieu Eliz.,\bet h, daughter and heir of John Bernard, of
Ur ulnin, Connty Lout h (she Dl!lrricd secouuly, j!ev. Thomas King, Pl'e-
beod:l.l'y of Swords) •
• l!(: v. J ultn Archdall W!l S on ly son of R c.... J ohu Archdall, second sou
of J olm Archu:-tll, of ~ol"~Jm Hall, iu the COUllty of )\orfolk, England .
TIIi;; TIe.... J ohn Arc1ld:l.ll, SE:»IOI:, was al:,=o ViC:l.f of Lusk in 1(164, and
married a ~1i:; s DOllcltau, of CroaghatJ, ill th e County Hoscommoll.
'The cotllH'ct ioo of the ArcbJaU family with Lusk, tiiUJ. apl)cars to ha\'C
continued for three generatiolls .
• The tombstone is ill t olerab le pre::en 'fltlon. I ant indebt ed for it s in-
scri ption to t uo l ~el'. Dauuy J cif,lres, )1..-\., uow \ Ticar of Lusk.-You rs,
&c" W. I:nH LL, RD., 2Sth Jalluary, 1893:
- lri4l BIi Llder, lst Feb., I S!)3.

E CH LI:\' T u,m;;.

[ Kindly eODtn uutcJ hy )lr,;;. Pen'in, of KllockrJrullliu. ]

I :\ear this, joiuing the wall, is a Jar,;e t :-tole m QIlUnie nt of fille black
Ill aruh: incl o~cJ Ly au irOIl railiug, on the pall els of which is the follow -
ing':-

II lIe!'c [ys th e rem:-tin,; of :;:m UoCf r.T EC II LlX, I cl nus,; in


the County of JJ uulin Ibrond, I whu W,J.6 nWTicJ ill th e
year 17"1. 7 to ELI :>:01: I 1h:: LLI ;\ G II"\~I. oue of tlte cohcil"t's~c!i
of \\'31. I t;LL U:->G lI.I)I, i':SQ ll. of L.e \·ill .~'" ill \\"c:itlllorbud, I
H o ~n 13th :\ O\ewiJel' I liU9, lJic,ll;';tb )hy 1757.

" Here rc,..t.~ an hOliest llIall ",ithout pn. 'tenec


HIe.:.! wil h plaiu rcaShll allll witl! :;.olrl!1" SeLlSC
Cal mly he i(lukcd \..Ill .;oith:.- r il k, all. I llere
:;.tW I;othing to l"('grl't, or th ere t l) 1 ~;1I',
F)"(lO) nntnrc',;; IC1Hpra tC fca!-t ro::./! s:H i:sty\\
Thau k'J hC;IVCII th at he h.ld li\',~ J (l.llJ Ih~tt he died,"
107
A rubbing or thawi ng of' this mOlllllllcnt wDuM be worth
ha villg, with a description of the lettering , &c.> and tilt!
dim ensions of th e tomb.
Sir H enry Echlin, Hart., was own el' of Kenure Park; it
passed , I believe, from. his fam ily to that of tb e Dukes of
Ormond, anti is llO W held Ly Sir H.oger Palmer, B;trt..

KEro:URE OLD CIIUI,CU .

On referenc e to Isaac Eutler's 118. :Notes, we find the <.1att's


on the lli lloll- \Valsh mOllument ill this Luriul-gro uutl diff~ r
f rom those g ive n at pages 175 :lUll 1 'U , Y01. i. \r c would Lc
glad to know which are t.h e correct d,lt es.
!\brgarc t Dillon's de:H1 1, as gi\'en by Butler , is l GSI, and
her husband (Robert \VaI5h) as 16 Ji , instead of 1061 and
1663, as given 011 the abovo pages.

With respect to the Ha luiltoll tomb in tbe same bllrial-


gro und, th e irislt Builder of th e 15th )'larch, lS!J 3, gi\'es tha
following : -
'George, -1th Baron 5trabnlle, who Ill. Elizabeth, dallglltcl" of Chdstopher
Fag-all, of Fchrilll, Comll Y Dllhli n, by his will, d(:sircu. 10 be bl1ried in [he
th avel of !\" ellurc (sec .• Fiugal alld its Churchc~ , " by He,,-. Hubert Wal:;;!.,
)).1).), lJUt was iutencu. ill the re lU a ill ~ "f :-:1. ~l ec hlill's Qr ::'t. lJ:UIJDaU's
church ill a fielu. lIear H u~ l l, lllH.lcr a larg-e [olI1b, on the north side, ndollleu.
trith hi:! coat· armour, :un] the ill sc riptioll' [giHO at pages I Ti 3UU. 1'i8,
vol. i.~

COUNTY FERMANAGH.

l·,;\ ri~h tlf Euui ... lo.ill('II.

'F.,,'-d,ted ~ i£)1.\ J ~ . [Q).


CIJURCU fLATE-(a ll sih-cr).
'The F7agoll is engr:n-c(l "itl! the arms of the Catbe,SlTts, anu. the
fu\lo,'.: ill g inscription ' : -

" 17.e Gill of ALL.!S C.lTllCAnT, Esq r.,


to tlt e Church 0/ Elllliskti/cn. A.D. 1707."
It i:i 12 iu che5 ill I, ci;;h t.
108
I The Cha!ice is inscribed':-

" PocululII Rcelesia: Pm'ochialis de Rniskeene (sic)


ex tiono EDUARDI DA VIS, Generosi.
Anno 1638."
I Jts height is 6f inches.

, A second Chalice be.:1rs the foll owin g inscription ' :-

"Presenled to the IIou'" and Rev. CIIARLES


.!IIAU DE, reclor of the parish of Ellniskil/<n,
alld his successors, b!l CIIARLES OT'E,\'DEN,
Esqr., Provost. To be used e,):clush'ely at the
celebration 0/ the L ord's Slipper, according to
the "ubric of the Protestant Clturch by LaID
Established. Aug. 1st, 1834."
I lts heigllt is 8} iuches.

I There are two Patens, inscribed -(t ) ·:-

" The Gift of Mrs. MJ1'CffELL, lielict of tile


Rev. Mr. ANDREW .lIn 'CHELL, late
Rector 0/ Enlliskillci!, 1742."
'And (2)',-

"Presented to the Hon b/· aud Rev. CIlARLES


MA U DE, rector o( ti,e parish oj Enlliskillell,
and his Sllceessors, by CIlARLES OT'E,YlJEN,
Esq., Prot'ost, August 1st, 183·1."
'A SPOOtl ':_

"Presented by n·fLLI.LlI lrfLLOUGIIB 1',


Earl of ElIlIiskilhll, tu ti,e liectur and Church-
wardens oj EUlliskillen, .Jail. 1st, 1834 .
I There is nlw a pocke t Comm union Service, of sih'cr, ginn by tbe

late Archbbhop ;\Iagee, when he was Hector or the Pari~h .'


[1. E. C., l S92 . ~
109

INSCRIPTIONS IN ENNI Sh iLLEN', &C.

(Continucdfi"om p. 3G3, vol. i.)


11 Pndt'l'neath lirs the Hocly of J (\SF'PII " ' IIITLEY. who nepa rted
this life in great peace, through all humhl e bllt lil'ln confide llce
in the all -atotlillg mel'it s of our Loni J esus Chri5t., t1le jth
July, 1847 , aged 135 years.
Aho, hi s wi fe . II.-\':-':~ '-\ II WH1TLF. l', who depa rted thi ~ life,
tro,;ling ill the all.atonin; merit s of hel' I:edeemer,
December 31 st, 1805, aged G3 years."

'On :\ fonr. sided granit~ column are the following records connected
with the GALLOGLY f:lmily' : -
"In this buri al-ground were de posited the mortal Tcmflins
of GF.ORGF GALLOGLY, who l1ied Jannary. 1'32-1, age{1 1)£1;
and of his wi fe, J nll c, who died ::\ol"cmbcr, 183 0, l\ged 76.
Also of th eir d:Hl;:;hter, )LHG AHET, wife of C II .\\IL F S
WII .SON, of th e County of ennen, wh o dic;d October 8th,
1827, in th e 29th year of her age.
This 1lI0llUIllent is erected to t ll ci r memory by tho only
daught er of the aboYe-ll umeu MAItGA r.ET '''lLS ON.''

• Dpon the south side of the large sarcophagtls monument, rAiled in,
near tlH~ north-east coruer of Hie church, is the following ioscl'iptioll • :_
"Sacred to tIle memory of WILLI .... )I STEWARD, Esq., who
died 011 the 20th of Augll.;;t, 18 13, aged 72 year.:>.
Atld to the memory of his ~dy e s, l'AT IlE TlI:\"P. STA nr.ET,
AN:'I:F. HASS-\RD, nnd ELlZ .... WA DE ; nnd of his child ren ,
'YILLIA~I, HIC H.\ Ul>. JASOl'. CAT IlEHlNE, and J ANE."

II Erected by tlle Pfcs hyt('ri:m c()ngregntion of Ellniskillen,


in memory of thci r b t e mllch-J,do\'cd Minister, til e t~ ev.
THOYAS i~ r. I:K [ LT, who died the 8th d:1y o( DeccmlX'r,
J l:l3 fi, in th e ninth month of hi s millist!'y. age d '23 years."

U Sacred to the ~rC!Ilory of P.Ot:f.RT TInL, aged 23 year3 j


JOH N 1>'>', \"15, aged 26 ye:ll's ; an d J on); SrA!tlUWOK,
ageJ '13 ye:lr:;, !'l'j\·!ltc'.;; :!ml I;aun . X IX. I:f'g-im.e nt . ,,'110
Inrc urowl1 ('J in Lough Ern e 011 th e ~)-ith Fchm!1TY, 18G 3.
T his ston e is pl::Jted o'{"er tl lcir Gravc by the Oliiccrs, ~on ·
C o mn li .;;~ i o n e, l ll rEc~ r " , anrl Pril'nt e~ of th e :!lId H.lttn .
>:: IX. Uegim(·nt, stationed at El\lli~k il! l' n, fl .'> a )I emori:ll
of fo ud e~te e m, and deep.ft"lt sorrow for tlH~ ir Iltltimcly cn d•
• In t he mi tht of li fe w\! ,Ire in dea th.'''
r .'

110

"" Sacred to th e memor), of tlte Hev. I:I CH ..\R D P. CLT~AnT•


.t\.~I.. a laborious Curate of this Pa1'i:lh for 19 years. who
depanetl this li fe 9th Fchru:\ry, 18 -15, nged 56 yenrs.
A f.: : w friends who \'a.lued him while Ii\'iug, and inmcut
Ilis death. ha\'c erected Ihis tOIl11.1 ove r his remains, t.J
record th ei l' afil:ctiou and I]is worth."

,; Erected by 1. Compau)' 1st Dattll . 17th l!egime1l1, in


mClllol'Y of Pd" ale U ."nD Ck.\n:~ . ag ed 20 Y"a!'s, of
th e aho\' c Compaur. wllo ,liet! at E1lui:.killcn, 011 th o
) 6th J :tnu:1.ry, 1BG::!,"

" F.recl e~l by the ~lembN5 of Oran ge Lodge 415, in memory


of th eir ~las tcr, P.:"tF. lt DUFf, who elied ::!Sth March, I ~.w ,
much rcgreltcll , ngtu. 40 years."

U Sacred to th e memory of WILT H) I ELLI OTT. wh o d e pill'l eJ


this life till:! 21th of J unc, 1S·W, aged 27 years
And of OS80 1 '~ ELLI OTT. who wa:; accidentally dl"Owlled
on the 271 11 August, 1S,47, ;\g~u 22 years.
En!<:Ie-d by th e )'lcl\:iul ey Orange LOtlge, Xo. 1539. H:; a
mark of their sincere re:;pcct for their deceased Bl"Clhrl!ll."

hJ 0 1!~ JAnES FA WCF.TT , Assist:lul Surg('on. G2 1ld J~egilUent,


depa rt ed thi:; life 29th )'Ia~', ] 8 27. aged 3 -i yeal'E.
This ston~ is erectco to hi.;; memory by his Brolh er Officers,
in testimony of their esteem au d regard ."

II In memory of Se rgeant ~;\l ajo r J nHX FAsst ~DGF , 9lst


lIi!!h lallders, who llif!d :It Ennii killeu, 011 the l {;th July.
IS';' 6, aged 3i )"c:lrs.
Erected by til l' Orliccl's :lIld XOll-COlllllli:;::;iolled Officers alld
Men (I f 111e HegimclI t, as :J. mark of E ~tce m and He;;pecl."

" Erected as n Testimon.\· of esteem Ii)' tile A IJghrim Om uge


Lodge. ~o . h!)O, to t he ;\\ f'Il1<1ry (If tile 1;1"', lIl;;\ l1Y Gu.\y.
who died siueen?'!y l't'grdleci, June 19, lei]), ill the 3 /th
yea r of his ilge."

"Ert"cteu by tile Officer:> & ;\1e1l of iii:; Comp:m)" , in memory


of l'rique l: or:f:1.T {;mSt1N. uf Ib ~ :!,ilh {JI' Cam~rolli,lll
HegilllcIJI, wh o was drowllp.tl whil"t b:Ullilig ill the Lake)
Oil the 15th ,.fJlllle, 1 8 ~!i. ag ...,J ':2 1 yeo'!.1'';;; native of
Gratney GI'ceo in ::icoliaml!'
111
"J:"BEnT Kl-. DDU:, Lieut. 50th Hegimcil t. tl epnl'lcd flli:;:. lif(l
30t h J llllC . l S 15, ageJ ~ 8 yt!~ll' :':' . His (lentil "":IS occasi(J tl< ·~ 1
hy a wou nd rccch cd in action with the Frcuch, all t he
13th Decl'.! 1813. at St. Pierre, ll cal' Jkt,\' OllllC.
'Uis stOllC was erected by his llroth cl' Ofrlccrs, to p C l'~
petnatlj the memory of a gnll:mt SUillil'r."

,; Thi s Tomb is crectell to tile memory of Cons l ~h l c 1'lIu:\1 AS


Lr:AllY, by the Otlic ~ r5 . Hen u a lJd otllCl' CUlistahlc.s of [IJ{~
Fel'n H\ll3gh Const.'lhubI'Y. . • • •
li e d,,},m1cd this l ife, deeply and dC5cnedly regretted by
6.11 wllo knew Jdm, the 2nd day of J UllC, 18·17, aged
29 years."

U Erected as a Tribute of atl'cc tioll by tile Chi ld ren of Chlll'c11


SU llday School and other FI1cnJ:;,'ill mem ory of \\TI LLLBI
Lux ~Y, nil Orphnn Apprent ice, who W:lS (li-O WIlCcl ill Lvu:; h
Erne, 18th A t1gllSt, 1tiGG. nged l ,j years."

It Sacred to t il e memory of the !ate Sergeant J .Uf ES )hIlTlS,


27th luuiskillillg Itegt ., who died at Umagil , 011 the :!S
~ hrch, I :S52, ~ged 13 yea..:;.
This stoll e \r a,;; erected by tbe Or:l.llgemen of tile 27th Inlliskilliugs,
ns 3 TriLnte of respect."

"Sacred to the )tc11IOI"Y of '"VILLl.. . ~!, the beloi'ed son of


SE1:OT. III .-\J ot: 0 .... TES, wh o in t he blessed hope of a joyful
He.'n: rreclion, rell 35irep in J e.5us-. 7 Deer.. 1654, ngetl 30 ye,U'l!.
Tilis monument was erected b\' th e l'ensioners of [he
Elluisk ill ell D i~ t ri ct, as a ~ estffll ollY of thei r affection."

"Sncred to th e jlemory of J OII:'O lI ol:sENDEN P £A "E, Esq re.,


l.ieut. 59111 Ht'giment, who dcp:\rt cd thi s life 011 tile 10th
of April, 1833, :\gcd 3;') rears, deepl .~· regretted by his
Brothel' Ofticers :lIl J Fl'i CUJ5 , to \\"llOm bis many estim:lble
qu alities had endeared hi m."

'On the north .side (If ri,e!', lIe.Ir East Dri llgc . are the grollnd.'! of the
Conn:'l\t of t he Sisters of ,\{e fe)" th e S.clIUOI.llou!;e of tIle Chri:;tiall
Brothers, :llld tile T!"llll n C:nb "iic C",: metet'.\·, oppueli a (,·w yrar:3 :1 <.:;0 .
III th e tItt er i ~ n h::lll(ls ..,nw Il1 Q!llHlIr'I:t, kn·iug n gm llik I't'llt'.$t;ti, un wbieh
Hands n stone fig:lln:: (,f \ 'irgiu :l'1.1 CltilJ. Th is !!atuc is c\J\,\.' red I;~. n
gr.l.lli:e efiIlOr)" . l,aYi llg f,1l1r ~{'m idrc l1l.u' opelling.:', ~lIl'p o r t cd 1.0:. I' !1astcr~
:lmi HtrIllOUlltl',l IJ~· :\ Ll vt !Jic l'1"0",':;.
112

' In each side of the !'qu:1re of th e pede.it:d is pls.ceu a marLI!? Shlb,


hal'ing in scribed, 011 th e north side, the text:-
" messed arc t he dead who di e in th e Lord fI'om hencefol'th
llOW .!i :tith the S pirit, that th ey may res t from th eir labo urs,
for th eir works follo w thenl."-A pocalypse xiv. chap., 13 vcr.
'Th en follows n request to : -
"Pmy for the Soul of J >\ ~F:S SL'}mEn"'ILLE, Jun., who died
2ith J annary, 1863, ;tgc1l 32 yel l'S,"
• On the Sotltn side \Jlay be read : -
" FOI' if we b"licl:c that J CS L!;; (lied [Iud rose again. c"en M them
who ha.e slept throngh JCS11S will God bring with him."_
1 Th css. h', eh., 13. v.
'Theil. Pater and ..\ \'e /1.I'C asked for the sOlll of ;\},' RY SUM1! EIWILLP:,
who died 9 )'larcIJ. 18-1 9, aged ::!O ye :w;;; and for ELLt.:N St'~Da;RvILLE,
wh o died 6 J nne, 185-1, ag ed 22 years.
'On the east side is eng l'a \'cn : -
"'''"hen thig lllot1al hath put on imll1ortali t.\-, then shall come
t o p:lSS the $"yill ~ th :lt is written_ lJe:n h is s W:lllowed ill
vict ory. 0 death where is thy sting? "- I Cor. xv. chap.,
5..t-~ 5t h vcr.
'This is foHowed by a pi-ayer t o th o ViJ-"~in for the soul of AII:~F., el rl('s t
dallghter of JA llES and ELI ZABETtl :;)lJ3I '>l£RYILL I', -who died iu De~. , 15"1:1,
aged 16 years.
'Upon ttm west side are th e words of J esns : -
" 1 am the re.:: nn"cction .lnd the life ; h e tIl at believeth in me,
although he be ucnu, shalllivc."-J otm :xi. chap ., 2 {) Vel".
'Followed by th c prayer' : -
"0 Lord, h:\ve mercy all the soul of J ... ~n: s S u mIERvILU:,
who was born A. D. 1801, and died on the 10th XO\'., l S3 -t,
IIged 33 yea rs.
U This mO nnm !;llt has been erectcel by his affectionate wi ll ow,
EUZA"B F.TII Slimll:~\" I LLE, to the memory of her beloved
hns band and children.
May they rest ill pl'llce."

B ELLS.

'Th e bl'lfry Il ndertnnt rep:\irs ill 17 :~6 ; and nil item of £3 (yl'3r1~-)
npllcal"s for t he hcllwom3 11's s:l.lnry in 1j" 11, and :l. like suu} ill 1;·14, lor
ltd . I:obert.s. bellma n.
''!'hl' tw o Lell" cn'ctCll in the towel- of r lllli~kil1('n (,hnl"ch, ill the '"ear
1 82~ , were fO[]llded by :'.Ir. J. '\I e :lr~. Hr-llfulllHlc l", \\" llitctn:l.!,cl, \.01ll101l.
'The weight of th e l;lI-~pr bell is 1 J cwt. :l q rs. (j Ills. i th nt of the
.!maller G cv.-t. 3 qrs. -t lbs:
113

CII GHCH PL ... n:.

'or the gift s th at hn\'c from time to time beeD prese nted fol' tl1l1 clue
celebration of th e Ilot.~· :--:;JCL":\nle nts of th e Church, the ol d cup fa.
Sacramental nsc has been already referreu to :lS bearing th e in;;criplioll : -

"Pocli [um Ecclcsi{f! Pm'ocla'alis de Elliskeclie


e,,, daM EDUAliDl DA ns
Generosi, a ll no
1(i3 8 ." [See p. lOS.]
, The large tanhl'd Or flagoll was ; -

.. The Gilt 0( ALLA.V CATHCA RT, Esq., /0


the Ch urch of Enlliskdlen, A.D. 17 07."
'This was Captain Cat hcart, who, with ::'I[r. FIo.:;h Hamilton, WRj
eommissioned by the Go,'crllOr, Gll.513.YIIS Hamilt on, to preilcnt tue
ad dress of the EllniskiIleners to the Plin ce of Onlll~c; he died in 17tO.
'Two large sih'er " :l.SCS, wit h lids and handles, " etc presellted ill 183 -' ,
by the late CHAR L ES UVE:"'DE:'i', )'1.D., t hC11 Provos t of l ~ llniskillen; btlt,
wi th the conse nt of th e donal', were mcllf·d down in I SGJ, and t\\'O
~.'l.crl\meo t al ClipS and a paten wel'e iOl'm ed , unuer the direction of the Hev.
Dj', ;\[agce,
'The pate n was m:llle aftel' the antiqne pattern of one which had bee n in
05C ~ illce 1743. th e gi ft of ~h s. '\IiTCHI::LL, wiLlow of the lately deceascd
rect or, who had beeD ne:U'ly fifty years ill cl1m bcllt,
• The inscri ption 01\ each of th~ new CllpS was copied from that on the
soL1l.'ts preseoted by JJll. O V£~D E ;o.:, and a similar illscriptillu appear,;; 0 11
Ihe pate D,
'A han dsome will e strainer was on tlt e same occnsion gh ell by Lord
Eoniskillen.'

'Poor·Boxes.- Two copper poor- boxes, \'filh handles of oak, were:-


"TIle Gift 'it'S. MOOll, 17.';3,"
ani) two others t:_
., The Gijt of M. A. Parkin son, /0 the Hon. and
R eL·d. J. C. JJ..J UDE , /01' th e Chl/I'"h ot'
t;",,;skillell, O c to~ er 11/1. , 1842."
• T;,~ F OIII.-Slands at the :\. \\"" enrl of the church , and is entitled to
~ pl"uminCllt place. from its nntirlllity allli nrti$tic bca llt~·, It has a p:etty
~ 1H {' I:laced bOr(ler rolltlll th(' rim, nlld brars lIpan it " npper edge Ille rollo w-
IIle; Iil:>c ript ioll in ]'ai.~c d ca pi tnl.~ ' : -

"Tlte Gilt of IJ'fLLTJ.lf nSCI; /I'T, Rectvr


If th e Ch urch, A.D. H ili li."
114
flf,LLS.
C1\105t of rlle hells ill the parish church were the nlUni ficcllt gl ft~ .. f
individuals. The large bell, No. I ) fln Wllicb th e ham!]1(-'I' of the tk,~ I..
strikes the hours, was th o gift of the present Earl of EUllh::kiU('n, ns fr01'1
its face (thQugh not by its tOll gne) we <!rc 11m! significa ntly in fo rm ed:~

"Presenled by IViLL/AM WlLLO UGllBl',


Earl of Elllliskillell, to !.is Frimds tI,e 111 II is-
killillg lIfen, 1841."
'The other large bell (No. 2) w;\s rr·cast by ~l ears, of Wilitcchapcl,
LondoD 1 from the metal of t he t wo old bells, h \\'illialll and ) lary," \\h kh
ha d been Cr\st in 171 G, s;tid to be from SOllie of th e C~llll1 oll take n by Ki ll!;
Willi am at the Boyne, and gircu to the EuuLskillcnc rs fol' that pu rpose.
'Ibis tradition is b o nH~ out by the in scriptio n thel'ooll:-

" This nell was given by Government, A.D. 1716,


. and Te-cast at the e"1)el<se of tI,e }Jar ish of
Ellniskillen, 1828."
ITllc Yeslry fl ecord:; of 1715 nlJd 1716 m!l.ke mention of a sum of
thirty pounds having b(,(,11 3pplottctl for the founding of bells; alld Ihe
accounts of 1828 nnd I b29 cOllt:li u entries fOI" " l"e ~c llsting bells, £..J 0 It ;
and again, U towa rd.;; the l'ep,lYllwll t of th e su m ex pl!lIded in purchasiug
ani! hanging Ihe bells of En ll i ~ '.;i l1en CIIIII"('h, £.iO."
• Of the relll:lindcr, the late CA l:L of B " Ul V R£ gtl \'C aile ; the H ON. J.
C. MA UDE, 3.nother; the two ) Il ssr:s UALL, tll1'l'c Il1 llJ"e ; and one slll :.! 1I
bell was paid fol' ou t of t he general (llUd rllii>cd fur rebuilding nud renew-
ing th e dUTch in 18·11.
• The tOW C!' cl ock (t11C ,,;ark s of wll ich are C0llllccted wiih Xo. 1 bdl )
'W 1lS 1\150 tfle donation of tile Jadi esjnst named, whose gifts to this cburch
alllounted to upwards of fJur lIuu ored pounds.'

~Iu'Nt }II:::-'Ts .

, Of the mOnllm en ts in :md ahout the parish cllUrcb, many flrc worthy of
notice, !is bcarillg curious de \'iees, anJ many fol' theil' quahit alld unique
inscriptions,
'The olde ~ t is found 011 a sandstone sIal" no w ro rlllill ~ r:H't of the nort h
".. all of the chunh. III its upper l: olllpartmcnt nre th e aJ'UlS of the nolile
family of COLF: (:1 Lull passa llt, arm eu mHl un gu letl); :It the foot, nil
upri,ght hOUI'.g.las:;, :lnd th ~ clIll.]cms uf lJl ol'lality- cc,fii ll, skull, <llld cro~~'
botlc'::,- ,\ith h01l1'· g1aS3 lyillg' 011 its siue, sigJlitj-in; that lifc':-; sands ha\'c
all l'ltn Ollt , In the inte rmedi:nf' !i-p:lCC th cn~ h:Hl hen an inSfl'ipti() l1. lIe:ll'
th l' elLll of whi clt is tllc uate l ti27. E n!'} lett er 011 tllis stone is uc{UCC \J,
311!1 nonc of the fami ly papcl's reeonl the d('cc3se of .:t l l \' llICLIIUCl' wll o~e
mrmol')' this frai l witlle:::; wns J el)ig ucu 10 pr('scnc. ihi s mOlllUllcliUd
stolle stan~l:s above tile cu trallce Ie. til e family y~tI!lt :
115

I Xext in order of date is II ve ry curious relic of the past. A singulil r


inscription, in capit a l.~, occnpies the centre of the stone, which is 40 in cl lcs
jCltlg by '21 inches \\ ide, I!:LYillg: a small bonlcr with an ullusual legend th~t
i~ con ti nueLl Oll tile lowe" portion of the slab. The words are cut in fhe
Clpposite direction from those that record the name of the deceased, nnd so
t lwy lIl eet in the midJle. Thus the realkl' must change hi s position from
fout to bead of the sto ne, in order to read th e whole inscription. Within
a circle are sculptured (basso -reli evo) a skull aud cross-bones, beneath which
are the WOI"ds':-

U HERE LYETH THE BODY OF WlliAM POKRICfI, LAST


SVN vIm RICHARD POKRICH WHO OEPARTED THIS LIFE THE
1628." APRil
'The If'gend on the border and lower end is defective, as two pieces near
tile COl1.J crs h:n€ bee n lost; thou gh in so me parts the lettl!l"s are almost
worn out. The fullowing words al'e legiLlc ' : -

., GRAVNT ME MER· .•.....• HAT NOW DEATH


SHU· ...•.• BODY, YET THE EYES OF MY SOVlE
MAY STll BEHOLD AND LaKE VPPON THEE WHEN
DEATII HATH mKEN AlWAY THE VSE OF m TOVNG,
YET ~1Y HEART MAY CRY, AND S.4Y. LORD. INTO
THY HANDS I Cor~M ENO MY SOVlE. lORD JESVS
RECEIVE r,w SPIRIT:·
Canon Bradshaw mentions that the above words were almost
identical with tliOse used by the celeLrated statesman, Thomas
Cromwell, Earl of Essex, . beheaded by order of King Henry
VIIl., on the :!Sth .Jul.,', 1540.

COUNTY GALWAY.
'·nrl ... h of' C·Hn:,:.
[ColltriLu t cd lJy th e l~ e '·. I~. S. jraffett.]
. The followin g acconnt of an an cient inscribed stone fmmd
m thi s parisIJ, i!'l. tak en from the Orrlllance ~nr,cy }lS5. in the
Library of the lLL.-\ ., Dublin. (:-->e\! Engraving) : -
I" Incha Goill," an islanJ with hl o c'h:'I'C!"ls 111 it -~t . PaLrick's and olle
nO 1\" C:llled " Tea1l1pull na :Snomb," I ~., [h l' L'll\lrch of the ;-i,lluts.
I I"

I t ~ I II\rt\C!N ('igl1l h tl) ('1('\'('1111, CCllll1rY-FoOIlII, &i,l" \\',1111. II Tllrl" ,


V('l'V I\nei"nt !'IOUC in~(,I'I.·d ill tlli", \\ull. 1)11I ;III1('l1lr\1 "jIll n ('r(ot .~. I.ut .
ill ~~ ripl irlll." "At 1110 IlfJrlli'(,fI"'l ('(,, 11('1' flf Ih(' (')Ioir 111 (11'1' i ~ II ~' 1 11'
t omh, wllieh ill profl/lbly tl l,ll (of the .\]{:llbh,h,,1' ;\luilj;,c:J ()';\ivc, .... bo u
011 t hi.~ iS1.11111 in li lt year I I :!~."
• " l\ 6hnrt ,Ii st:ln(,o I f'! tiro !lnnlh·I\'~ "
tll i~ churt h 1:1 " !oI lHlIll 1 j(·.1I1 ~ lr'll!' I/f Ii
,t:ntllitc mJ'" :'\ fe cI OVI'I' /!rnllud, nll il IItJ! III' "
11 ,:111 5 ill rllf' ~ ~ 'Jr lll rp, wl,ir-l, cxl,ihils n n t\
nnricllt imclipliull in 1111' l: rJIIlfili dWl'<lth'r~ "f
Ille fiftll, or Vf'l",\' h,.~jllllilll-! or !lIe 8ixrl ..
("cIIIIII),_ Thill ;:11>111' h~ll~ h\fI CW~ ~ I'~ on l' lll h
~ilJc of il . hilt 011 tlie ]'e"('r~o sirle to , h.
"'(I{'r3 Dill' is nrnrh' ',)(,1:.('11 hn~ " l,e follow,
in~ is it f f/C,q 'J/lIlr: 0'( (he iIl SCl'i " lio ll, .. •

in J\'tril"s " h'i!->1. IlI'wription<;," etlit{" l


II." Mi ss ~ I. ;';fnk('~, 21111 YO\., we find a
furlli cl' descri plivu of tit is s tOll e : -
~ I ~C IIA GuiLL, I S J'AI:ISII (IF CliNG,

'.-\fICT I hrtd 1.1ken ti,e s:kt'Ir.h (rl,m


u'1I0l)OVfln, I rllLln(1 an (,1l:,!rnviJIg' o( Iho
I! (oue ill II,c n"{.o\'e 1\'01 k I'elrip g ll'l'~ M
gr!(.. J Ii(' nl lII(.orc of 1\ id ~' r IMrt {.of ~ I(JIJC, 1.1'"
\\!,Ilt \I ollid 11(' Lrlow flit enl'lh in U'J) r, (J{j\' M lJ' ~
~kclflJ. ,\s f(';:;\nl~ Iltr ill ~ f'liljti (J II ill J'ttr i",
tlu: fif,;.;t leit er is (,n n lin p WillI tl1t1 1"1'''1-1111'
3nl nnd !lIh (:11111 7th of ~1lJ1 iill c, :u o Tfllh ..,
I ; th e 8t h c; th e 10lh d. III ~IIIJ I;ne, the ;"Ih J, [U'!1fmO \"tl lI !I ("'III~
to fc!ul IIJi3 ]., lI(Jt I, 'rJ,f' ~1, t'l,fI{lli" e of ill!'c ri"lirm iii ~ hol'l {'r Ihnll li, ~ 1
by almo~t n leiter in I'el, ir, nll,l Ih f" I1 I'il pr shalt of ](Jwcr (flont) CIO"~
.sllOrler 11':1n I(':'It , P etriI' nlld~ H IC[l tl l,r ('~~ ; -

.. LIE LUGUA EDON MACC I M ENUEH ..·

, I t :'.L1Cci h Il, c O,:;t.:,tIl ir ~I, Ii::' '1 1.,: Il:l lrl('. Lll g,I(" I, II1H IIflt 10(1"' 11
jcleotiti t d,
I We an: al." 1111,1 [il.lt it \\'.1"- ~11~:p~II··1 h,v O ' I) ('WJI'.1Il 10 I Jr, l',Oil'
,It.ll II,i.< lI:lInr 1111;:, t : .. j,Jr:-l,::!."d 11,:1, II ,It {,I 1,1:;":' :11' 1'·11 (,I' I. II;.!;""",!!!,
S/>II (,r l.i :UJlan i! (l.ialOll'Jl IJ ), "i"IN I·f :-'1. I 'nll ij·L Il:~ rr:"I;II~ 111"1-< ;It
fir"t 3.lllpll.J Ly I Jr. " i"ll ir' WI." 11 Iw I'"l. i,I,(:J in Iri.~ .1 ,\n:l,i ,,'f(t.I"f: ,,1
JrI'tllr.J '. <I ,Ir,\\\"i ug of II,e ~I"B':,'
117

This d r.) wing


of the Incllagoil
stone is tak ell
from a sketdl by
G. Y. du Noyel',
alld, as mell-
tioll ed by 1\11-.
l\. laffett, will he
found to ,'ary in
some respects
from the small
drawing gi,ocn
by him, and re-
presenteJ on tIll!

opposite page.
118
Jiih'onnen.
(Continued fr om pa:}e 3i9, vol. i.)
'Xo. 32- 0n a mUT...1 slab io tile south wall of the choir':-
D. ()l . l'l.
U Pray for y C sool l Of·JA~IES WALDR ON, who D.D. lj'{it
El'reCl d by his Wife Z\IAItY W A L DJWN."

'No. 33-The Daly monument is 11 ycry handsome one, under a richl,\"


carvell poiuted canopy; th e side of tb e tomb iti divided into tuur
panels WilD rich mouldings.'

• ~o. 3-1-0u a DlUI'llI tablet ou the north wall of th e elluh";-

-i-
D Iii] l'l
,. PRAY }'on TIlE SOU L OF I THO.\IAS DALY
E!)Q WIIO I nnw 2 OF' AI'HIL I Sjj, AGED I
81 YEAH S , illS WIF E A,JBL1A HOBHOU ~B
WAS AJ.SO BURlED I HERE IGth JAXUARY ISGO.
H.I.P."

'No. 35-:\luI'31 tublct ia the ea.:st \\'all of th e north-cast chapel':-


H TIllS MOX U MENT WAS ERECT£O BY ~IlCI-IAEL
CV:\:\FB & Ill S WIFE ,IAJIGllET l\"OL.\:\B
L.-Ic YREl\ CE C\'.'\l\FE & III S W'FE ELIZ.\-
BITH KE . . . . B . OTHEIl.S ~>O ll 'l"UE:'o1 & TIlElit
POSTERITY 115:3 & THE LORD lIA\'E :'olERCY
\"1'0:-': THEIR SOYLES."

1);0.36'-

"PRAY. FOR· THE· SOV lES . OF ·1 L1EFTENT


[';"J , COLLO 1 NELL, DEARMOTT , DALY· 1
OF. KILlIMVR . WHOE, ER 1 ECTED . THIS,
MONMENT ,I FOR, THE, VSE . OF. HIMSELF· 1
AND , HIS· BROTHER· MA I JOR TEIGE
o DALY, AND· AL I L THERE POSTERITY.
1674,"
119

'Xo. 3 7-The following is alw n murnl slab ill this chapcl':-


" This ) ronum cut perpe tuates the I )[emory of ye Fami ly
of F'nzsoloNS. Ai:;o )11'::'. ELLHWR 1:01-: who 1>ycJ
Anno 1769."

'So. 38-0n the south wall of the choir':-

U
t
Sacred to the memo ry of J OSt;P H PAOE dieL! ~\u g u st 2nd,
1850, ageu 80 years, ttl.P."

' 1'0. 39 ' -


"Sacred I t o the memory of I AI\'NE Hoza:n of this p:trish I
wbo departed tbis Life the 13 th Jay of 1"cbru:lrY, Il~4-l.,
aged 8-1 years. HaVing sur\'ived her bC'lovcd husband
'J' nObIAS )hCH .UL 1l0Zll :R, Solicitor, 5 1 ye:lI's. H.l.P.
This tablet i:! erected by their aiTcc!ion:He son and ouly child
J .u::ts H OU ER, of Lando u."
[Denman, 63 Hcgent·sl., London.]

I No. 40'-
U M ART CROWE, who died on the 21 lian;h, 1867, aged
19 yearfi. l !cquicsclt ill pace."

I No. 41- Cre.st- A " Cubi t arm " holdiug a sword, beueath wh ich is a.
shield witb arms, two mullets, &c., &c., anJ this inscription ; -

.. THIS MONUM ENT WAS ERECTED BY


CHRISTOPHER ALEXA NDER AND EDWARD
BYTAGH, FOR THE USE OF THEM-
SELVES AND THEIR POSTERITIE ANO
DO 1685:'
'No. 42 ' -
I. II. S.
HOF YOUR CHAR ITY I PRAY FOR TilE SOULS Of"
B ltYAN CO O);E WHO VIED I:s' I t: ()~, AGED
6S Yi::A R S .! A L SO HIS DAt:GIITt~ R CATHER IXE I
W HO DIED D" 1:-:58, .Ha; D 1 4 yt·; AHS.
ER ECTED BY Ill S liEL O\" i::l.l DAliGJITElt ELLEX
COONE,"
I 'fha abo,"c is OLI nn upright stone ill thc north -west court.'
120

I ~o. 43-The following is on a stone in the S.W. corner of the Sllme


cotlrt':-

G IliI ~
t
h Pray for th e soul of )fr5. JOllN Foy, alias nP.IDGf:T Ft\LLI)N,
who depi1rted this lire the 18 day of ..\Ilgust, 185 0, aged 52
yeaY'5, may she rest ill peace. Amen."

'1\0. 44- An upriGht stone in s!lmeCo:)urt' : -


~t;

I . H . S.
"PR."Y FOR THE SOliL OF JOI-1::--.I SHAUGHXESSY
WHO lHEl) i ~IARCIl 1885, AGED 77 YEARS.
AL SO HI S WIPE I CA'l'HElU:"!,: SHAUGllKESSY
wno DIED 14 11AY 18G3, AGED 48 YEAIlS."

I No. 45-10 the north-west corner of this court':-


Ie 1;0.; LOVIX G M '[:-'! ORY O F' I )IARGARET
BOuClllER TilE WIFE OF J.UlES M.
nOUCHIgR OF RATUGLASSE I J~ TH IS PARt!SH,
ESQUIRE, ,,"no D I ED I OX THE 6th DAY OF
SEPT E ~lnER I S 7~ I :1:-'; TIIB 5;3 RD YEAn OF HIS .\GE.
r BLESSEn ARE THE PURE 0.' HEART, Fon THEY
SIlALL SEE GOD.'"

I So. -I6--0n a fLu stone iu the r:hoi r ':-


~ ~] §
"Pray for t.he sou l of .'\11'. !l£OW.... ll IJ KU.I.\', of Cloones •••
Coullty of l:oscomn\on, who I departed this li fe y B 2~ Day
of I Ft!brtlary, I i69. ~-\t 6~ yea ri!, thi::; I .Monument
was erer:tcc.J hy Ids family.
n .f.p•

• 1'0. 47 -011 1m upright stolle in the ch uir ' : -


U..\ erest nud arm s are t v be seen on a stone, with out dale or
illsc ripti vlI. The cr('H app('.1 r~ to be :l do~ (~ ) I' ;L~. :\II I t?)
Rml on Ihe shi eld a ((.IIn' l" llith a lion (?) cli lU hing- up t!Le
wall, and b{' uealb tI Le l " wt'r a li on (?) ~tlllldilL ;; upri ;:ILt
(rllmpnut ?)."
121

• ~o 4,0;:-00 :l flat stolle at the foot of the last':-

n !XI ®
i-
"Prny for ye Soul of BIlYA)i KELLY OF GRJGA~
WHO D1ED ye 17 OF 8 I A ~X O DOlII~l 1751
TIllS ::31'0;'\ £ W AS ERECT I ED BY HI ~ WIFE
SUSAX I XA KI<:LLY ALIA S ~lOOI(E."

i-
o !XI ~
"TRIS lIOX{;ME:-;T I W AS ERECTED In' )'IADDIN
BURKE I FOR illS WI FE I FRAi\CES llUllKE
AI.IA S DO~ ELA ); I WH O DYED THE 19 I l!ARCH
!i 53 FOR I TH E ).l & Til £ 111. J' QSTERITY & THE
LORD HAVE I :'oI E RCY ,"PO:\' THEIR SOULS. 1734.".

I No. 50-00 a flat stone unde r tue tower':-


u erMt and m ot to: "BOXOR ymTUT!S l' RElInm."

on.
I Lord h:n"c mercy on I the sOlll of ~lJCIIL. ". A ItO, I ESQ~., I
a. d.1804, aged .1S. I Also Ilis wife )'L-\. !:Gr.E.T \Y AIID alias
o DA:\,I EL, d. d. I 1 80~, aged 54, their son J OSEPil WAnD,
Esqr d. d. 118 )Jarch, It:iI S, Aged 42."

INo.SI_
t The following tomb ig ncar the west door of th e abbey; it is :m " nl !ar"
tomb; the inscription runs rounu t he eJg:e, in old Euglii;h ch :1.l':'tC!('rH; <'1
ri ch canopy in the fbmb oyant style ll:llf coyers tllis ,;-;plelllli,lllionumcn t.
LSee Plate. p. I '23, for which I hn"'e to thauk tlte H all. Ger!lld I)illun.
_Po D. Y.] On the front :'Irc six panels containin:; figllres,olle in cncb
pn llei ; oyer th eir heads are their names tbus, commeucing on the left a3
you look at the lHOllum cllt • : -

" &illtCt glol)ilIltS - ~iln ct U.ooibic n-


g.-JlICtil ~~1iI riil - ~~"il\lCt gIO!JilHrS
&iInrt ;3iilfoiu - ~~il!lCt DIDilis " ['J
[~e e annexttl draw in J..;".J
122

Tile sis figures represel1tcu on this tomb appc:1f to be :-


l. £1t. ';ohn rE'"Utlgdist], 011 the left a3 you loo k at it.
:2. ~t. ~O lll'> [?!:olJo\J ir].
3. ~t. ;!tlJI'lI.
4. ~t. jlO!)tI- [eaptist J.
5. ~t. J,Jmr!J [Bi,lJop of J erllsalem].
u. ~r. Drnis [DrnHiHs?] or Dii}illr; ?
1~3

i The fi rst bolos an open hook; th e second h:ls a crozier a nd a mi tre on


he-au ; tbe tbi ru a cr uwn and ~t:1.rl (?) i th e fUUl'th a lam b in his arlllS ;
th e fi ft h a hng suspend ed by the J;inll e j an open book, a flo wi ng beard.
alld a s toff in his ri; ht hand; Ihe six th or last fi,:;:ure hulds an open boo k
ill hi.s right hanu and a stafr in his le ft, has i1 flat cap and a flowing beard.

,
'l.'
-,'.

r
,
.
..-.

'Th e fi rs t fi gure (~ t. John) Im~ no b~ard, and has a much more yout h-
ful appearanc e than tilt' otlH'r,, ; h e w(':\rs a flat C::lP will. 3. zig--z ag upper
ed;;c, as do ('~ al."o ::t. J ohn the Hnl ,tht Ii:. "". The head-llre ~~ 01 :-'0.
5 is quite d idc t~lIt to d lil t. 01 (he OlBers. 'I he I\!ct of the lst, -lIlt, fl lh.
antI Glh fig-Ilres arc him~. The only \\ unl" (If the llIargiual ill~Cril'liull lila t
appeal' t o Lc dccip lH~I.1L le HOW ale';-

" .... ub 1I10 1l11Jllflll UIIl t · . .. .. .. . .


] .. 11\ rti\1l1\ .. .. . ... .. .... ."
1Z4

\\" c bclic,'c, ill ancie nt Illi ss~ll s-the \I Book of Kelt!'>," &c._
St. J ohn Th co lugos is generally repl'csentt!d as all old 11L ' Ill,
bald, and with <l l:\rgc be:lrd.
St. PctC'f, an old mall with a r 01!nd beard.
St. Panl. bald. and with a beard r ush-like.
St. Anurc\'-, :111 olJ 1llJ.1l with frizzled hair and forked Leal' \ !.
St. PIJilip, a young man, beu\'(lIess.
St. ~1athcw [E,·all!·]. an old In an with a long beard.
St. Lu ke [do.], a young man, curled hair and small Leard.
St. Simon Zclot~s, an old ma n, bald , and with a rounJ UL!:l.rd.

'Xo. 5 2-io the south wall of the chancel is another tomb unde r n Gothic
CtlIlOPY, with th e following iuscription in rrOllt ' : -
" Eleven Generations of the CloncallOll Family
Ellterred here to 1823."
, And all the top' : -

"H ERE VNDER. 1 LYETH • THE


BODI ES . O F .I DONOGHRA 1 NE.
OK ELLY · DONNELL. OKEL: 1
SHANE. OKEL: I AND. FARDO -
RAG H • OKEL: 1 DESENDED 1
FRO M SHANE. OKE LLY 1 W HO
CAY 1 SED. THIS .INSC RIP 1 TION. 1
TO. BY • DO NE . FOR HI M
AND. HIS. POS:"
'The aboye nms round the stone in three lilies. A more loecent inscrip -
tiOIl, in the Ct:lltrc of the nloove, says ' ; -
"B U ILT 1512. 1\'ow ESLARGED BY 'YILLI AM
K E LLY, CLOXCA:';O~, l S 2J."

, N(l. 53- Un a rai~cd tomb in the lIorth tr:lnsept' ; -


"l'n ~H FOlt T il E SO Il"L OF ~II CBAEL D I ALTON
E s q II F R .\ t I A,IU (?] ·w no ni E.l) TilE 28 OF
JA:-.: t I Alt li S:!."
, HOUlH] the ('(lge of tllis stone is' : -
H ORA TE PRO A XDL"t. ItEVER I'::\"D I I S DII no AC
FRATH1 S I X OS THI BO ..:T lI EOAX [?] 1'1 I"" [?] .

,~ o, 54 ' -
H PH A \" FOR TlI E I SO U L OF 'YILLIA~1 RY A:-;
WII O DJ F. D II~ TH E 1.' 1':A ll n';' 3, I Til l S WAS
PL AC ED BY Ill S S O x HUGH H.YA ~."

'Tllis is a mural tablet opposite the t lll'l'e t strl.ir. On the top nre the
lett el:s, I • II . oS' ; nnd bellealh , 11. dentll's head and cross-bolles in a
framc.

'1\0. 55-On an upright stone DCa I' the tUlTet slnl l' doo r ' : -

"[@lflj ATE PRO AN [J] MABVS


. . .. SIC" [Stone broken,'

• 011 3D up. igb t slab in th e horlh court, and oppo.iite door iUl o tbe
choir~:-

•• Thl,;; was placed by F.mlUrm Kr u .y & Ilis wi fe in memory


of Those who Iyes B~ueath This stolle."

I No. 56-0u 3 11 nvrig-h t StOIlC in Ihe north cast tm nsept ':-


"PR.E FOR SDOllI:'\"(; SCA [?] I t.:JJ S [?]
••••• GER~tEF
[?] .. . .. E RJE.il l:?]
liIET.' [?] . . . . . .. ' '''.1' .. . .. [?]

I ~ o , 5i'-
• all a l1Iu r:t1 sInb ill sonth wall of the dlolr are a crest nn d clIt.it IIfm
holtling :l da ~,:.:e l' (?), :md uIllI" r it, thl're li nu,;; r:ull pa m-cwo ill chil!f ,lIId
(me in b:l~e. Il ith:t \\ild bO:lI' (?) ill Iii ", ccutre l,f the riclJ.
I Tt le motto is- ''II V:-,:,,!t \' !!:n:ns PI:n!lt'~t.'·
• ~ o ill sc ripti oll.' [:,('(' \Y anl monuulelll, p, J tl (!JIle. ]

'Xo. t.~'-
• all a. urok('u ~ t vl: e uud,' 1" cll(' C:lilCWiUl\"W nrc to be s('C'o a crc~t , a. do!;.
past ::I II"('e (?), :l.!HI ou Iht' j:t li t,lJ 1\\0 h:u:ds \)1Il'II . cOllpl,d a~ the
CU I'1':llit
",rb i, aud bdow I IIr1ll :1 d ,);,:' 01' /)(':\1' (?) or othel' ani1l1:1( ouiuC; up a
vole t?) , wich tile lIIuttf!-" N :u t.T l(( e\> 1 rll'L1..Is."·
1:!1i

, :\0. flO- On a flat stolle ill the 1I0rtll -cast traui:Ocpt ':-
1. II . S,
"J"R.\Y FOn TIlE SO I Vl. S
OFAXDltE"- D ~\LTOX
DECE/d; I ED TilE I n'LY 1709 A:'\"D
lOETll 01-'
0" IU CII.\ HJ) J).\LTO 1;:\ ill S 'o~ """" " I
Nl'ERRn }'RO"! I JlVllLl:'\" l'lIE 18 FoT I II OF
A"'UL lil~ I Pray fo,' ~l " ~IICI L\E L I
D,\LTOX WIIO n D u:s I Y AH" Till: ~STlI 17J.l
WAS D\"IL1' BY ill S sox :\lR JOlI::\" DALTO:\"
Al" G I V ST 1733 ,"

'No. 60-00 a fiat stone in the centre of tIle chancel':-


". • . • . •• t he Bo(lies I .. ;\II CDAF. L I\EI.L 'f of Girrall
F. sq.~·ho Died I tile:! Hay (\fllllie l'OJ I .-\~('d 1)3 Years.
and of his I \r ite- )].U:GAltr:T K l LLY alias II'"uy, and Ilis
b roth er A;\'TllnNr K tL LY fur I fO \! lll and their I'o'>t!!ri ty."

'The upper corncr of tlli" ~tOJle i5 brokcn .'

I No. 6 1-0n a flat stolle near the north w:'Ill of the I'il:ml'cl, ~mrmoullted
hy !L Gothic (';LIIO!')" Ii!.\! thal I.wer (iLe ClunC;lul,1I tomb':-

.. ORATE , PRO· ANI I r,1ABVS . THOf,lIE I HVGONI S '


MA I l AGHIIEMAllNI I N· GVlllELr.11 ' HV I GOIJlS '
MANNIN ' I or,lNlVM • DE . MlNlOGH . QVI • HOG· I
SEPVl GRVr.1 . SIBI l ET· SVIS . FIERI· FE I GERVNT •
ArmO ' I DNI ' 1648,"

I ~ o . 62'-Oll :1. fiue lLIuml tabid ill the :\.E. ch:lpel IIl"e till' crest, :lrtns.
and m OHO of rhe B,\ II :-;£\\',\ LL family, allJ Ibe iu"crip(iou g-: \" en a'
p. I S0, ; 01. i.'

1);0. 63- .\ nUll'al t:"l\'let 011 the west w~l1 of the nonh c(.tlrt has the
followinf;" iLl5Cri\JtioD ' : -
"EHF.CT F.D BY BE.DlLI.\ O'\I.\Ll.E.Y 1.'> ~lnIORY
OF I JiEll U~: I.O\" r: J) 1l1'~U"Din
P.\TRIl"K
O'\l.\L LEY UF I .\ lua:Y\"II: W WIIO l)l-:I'ARTElJ
Till S LJ}"E ~F.PTf! ~5) 1:::(;.} I AGJ::IJ 56 YEAUS.
o L oun II.\YF. "1F-ftCY n:-; ill S ~O\" I.I TillS STu:,,!-;
127

I S R EC UT HY DA N I E L O '~ J ALLE Y I :\, ME :o.IO lty I


Of" HI S F O'XD :.IOTJH; n B EDELL~ O':\L\LLE Y
WIlO ll EPD TH IS I L l}'E OC'I'OBF.1t ~~ , 188 2
AGED 7J "1'EA R S . MA Y T IlEY RES T l :-J l' E ACE ."

I On a raised tomb, within the l'UilhlgS ':_


" Sn.cred to the memorx of Evw.-I.I:D Cmps VILLl EP.S. I'sq.
of Beech 11ill I II ho ueparted this lift: Fd.l ry. 1:), l o5ti,
Aged 40 year;;."

CH t' RC Il PLATE.

I Tile P aff'1/. and Clip :wc bOlh imc ribcd as foll ows ' : -

"];ilCOJll1Cl Clllo,clt. Rae!. I. Delmege, R ectoT.


183; ."
• There is 110 Flogoll .
'J:n.L.- Thcrc is not ally inscription on th e I1d l.
• FU/liT. -Thc uppel' part appen.L's to be very uld . It is II. IRrge li me·
stone Iltock hollowed ont, :tml rou;h ly carved all round the olH;SiJe. It i ~
not unl ikely t il:!! it nifty ha ve 1 ~loll;ell furJllerly to the aLlH:Y.
• In the " ..\1111:1],; of the Foul' ,\[a"ter.' ," tIle full owing appears uuder
date 1353 ;- " 1 he )lolla stl'J"Y of j\: ilcollul't, in the Diocese of CIOll fi'rt h,
Connallght, was founded by Franciscan f"jar.;; by William O' Kelly, Lord uf
Uy .;\l ai nc." •

Lewis says Ki lconnell was a f avouri te blJ r ial-place lllr


many of th e most respectable fa milies in Galway.

Tn a m { 'ath .. d ...a l .
(Contillued fr(l1ll page 397, t'ol. i.)
I The following: 111Scl"iPI ioll i;:: e ll~r:ne d 0 11 a stolle tha t is cemented t.> ri,e
1l 0rtiJ eni \\all of the olJ Clu hethal' ; -
"The memory of I CATUEBl!O: LDmSAY I who tliet! Ap ril the
261h 1773 Ag-ed 32 I ~h e illliel'itt'd Ihl! \' irt ll e ~ of her grand.
m fl!hcr KAn: C r. I"I:~· I wil fl$c l'em:1iU 5 with th ()$ (' (If III I' I
l:cv, W. Cnun: arc III~ re iul e rr~d I T h e.~' nllli\'ed lhe hfe I
alHillil!d thc dl!UTh I of the l'io;lueous I I:cader gu auJ
do t hou ILkcw L:.c."

'T he foll ow in~ Ii\-e iu:"crilltiotls 3.1'1' in the grass on sla bs, wry lIenl" ti,e
C :l~[eliJ. of tile old C::nh cllral' : -
.. Here lieth the bout of ED !oI t;'!(O r. UJ!"J'O:l.:, tIle Vcry I:c.,..
the Oea n of I<Hbb, I:eetol" of lI o!ly mollll l, null \' ;c!\r-
General of the Oiocf'se of T u:\m. w he re he WIIS a beneficed
clergynlll.n for 55 years. He u*!p:1.Ttcd this li re 011 the
2 2nd or ~J arch , 16 17. h:wing at t;lio ('(1 I;is ~ Oth year.
During li fe llC felt truly t hankful to I Ii dnc l,ruvide ll ce
for t J l(~ numbcrle.;;s blessin gs he euj oyeJ ; and whell the
houl" of di:lsolution dl'ew \Ii g- h, he qu it each " a; n sce ne
withotlt :t te;U". without a t remble or a fear, snd min gled
whh the dead,"

" Uuder th i:i stone I are int erred I the remain s of I the I!c,·d.
E,' I\" . HlIRTOX . I !I e di ell =i Cptl', ! tl lo 10, 1 7~" I ill t l lf~
41::1t1l year I of his age."

"Hic j ac(>t corpD s re\'crcmli l.JcnL-\~ N IS CMJ r' iJeL L , l... L. n, I


I
qui ouiit uecimo quart o calclllla. :ohii Anuo Uotriini 17j:? I
eta tis q uadrigessiwo I Septilllv."

"Under this stone lies I C"TDE P.I:-> £ n li l: T O ~ who I died t he


13t h ~Iay, I i s :?, l ag-cd 57 y{'a l';~ . I With t ellu ~ 1' gtO
ntitude I
!
for} 8 years of lIu inlelTnptt'd lI <l ppin c!ls I Her Im50hand
Arc hdEacon I EDll li Sl) B, oKT U'\ I E re cted this i ll HU)II h.>'·Y I
of he r \'irtues I and hi.s atHi ctio n."

"H ere lieth the remains of lIAIl. !: I ET I E LI ZAD F:TU HunTON,


I
fourth {i:t ught t'r of the Very l:c\"I\. the Dl'nn of K ill:tla. I
Born lO tb /) '::cemlte r, 1790 . J D ied I Vlh February, 18tiG."

I The followin g are t he inscriptions, except on e, under the south walls

of both ch urch es' : - .


II I I
To th e memory j of BAn lt.l,.IU t he wire nlld SA RAH the
mot her I of! II. CA Ur ll ELL, A.~l. I whose I mor ta l acts I
are I recorded in n eayell ."
"LTudcrrleat h this stone lies the 1 hoJy of F n.uC ls DAY IS, of
Tll :l m, I E~qre ., who dietl the 15 1h J ay of I :-:eptembl!l"
1816, in the 3 ~ th year ot Ilis a,;e "

"S acred to t he m e m o r~' I of C:lpta in Pf.T.:lt I ' IC I'III': Il S0 N",


6 6 1:C'.;im etlt, I who d h~l l til e :n :<t I J uly 11':.'0;\ Aj:!cJ I :!,j
;renT'S. I T his stone has been placed O\" {'T 1his rt" rnu ins ;Ls I
a mark of t he Re· I ganI emi est.::cm I of his Brother I
Otli ct'rs:'
1~9

U Sacred t o the memory of I JOIl~ \V ,tlGHT. I Scu lptor, 111


oath'c of GIa::;~ow, I who de p~mal Ihi~ lifo at TUJIIl I OD
I
the 3rd d:1.)' of J lily 1838, a ~~d :> 8 years,
'So teach us to numher 0111' days I that we may apply our
hearts nnto wisuom.'-P::;. 90."

II lI ere Ii elll the hoJy of Ca ptain I r. t: :-'Hm:-; iIUGII ES, hie of


I
th e Ca.rlow ;\!ilitia. wh o depal'tcd I thi s life on th e 9t h day
I I
of June, 180ft .-\gcd 3 5 Jl'au. I This tomh i>l I erected
by the snid Iteg;imc ut in I tes timony of their veneration I
for th e deceased."

"Sacred to tbe memory of I Gl: otWE Rr.!'OJAms, infflll t son I


of Br:~J"')II'" TIII ,L, 1:.:\1. I Horn 11th )larch, 156 '\, I died
the 25th Octal'. 18C8. I The 6th Septr. ISGtJl died lk~sT.
aged 7 rears I and V months."

u To tile memory I I
of ;\1.-\IlT C .HD ON' , Daughter of .10H."
CHOU:>;, I Captail! amI Adjut<lllt I of tllc !Joneg:!.1 I Uegi.
nlent of )Iilitia, I wllO depn rtcd I t his lifc I l o th )Iarcli,
I
1808, aged 21 mouths "

"To the memory of th e I wife of Il E R~Ap'1) Smps'l~. I who


departed thi~ li fe 011 the I 2 8 th :.'IIay, ISOO, I in the 16th
year of Iler age. I t:=-llc wa;; th e eklt'st daughter • . • • • •"
I ~.B.-The writer w a~ un able to decipher this 1:1.5t mf'morial any
furtller. F our other:;, sunk in th e grass, canuol Ilt nil be read, sa\'e t heso
words on aile' : -
II III this tomb erected ill menlol'Y of TaoMAs BL.-\ KE!\£Y, Esq."

H Sacred to th e 1 memory of ARABf. LLA STf.W- l ARD TllAV EIlS,


th.ughter of I )lajOl·'i'll .-\\'£ r!S, ):ifle Brigalle, I who departed I
I
this life I S .\I ar. 1 ~:W. .-\geu -I months."

I
"Str:1llger, I pray thee Fp.lre aile moment to mark the I
I
monument of depart ed worth, it COl'ltains th e a:<hes of I
Doctoi' ~lIcH."F.I. 1:r.:w l.Ds, I Lu c Surgeon of the lJoliegal !
~liIiti:l. Erected to hioi memory al so by his af1!ictcd I
brother I office l'(., the hl st token of !lleir 1 e.<;!e(,1Il llnd
regnrJ . lIis ,·inu es I were mnny. " ice5 he had n.m e, 1
I
ready 10 wolll Ihe 501'1'(1\\"5 of hi;;: fellow crealures he
became I endenr('ti to all. as an hn5iJiluJ, 1 a f:ullel', a
fri cnJ. & II a~ tt'ndc r, I n!ffCc rioll:l tr.. an d ~ inc(,J'e. I .-\:5 he
I
lived, live thou the i!'ielHl ot muukiuJ , as he died lllayest I
I
tll(1l1 die in peace wilh God. BerOH'O, rt"!"pcctf'rI. & re-
~:mlclr I By all who h e\\" him, I He Qcpal'letl Ihi5 lite tI.e
~4th I December, 18 10, iothe 4;:i rd I )earofhi 5 ;IoC:'
l ?O

'I ,n:;! of those ne{lres t the old cnth cural, 50mh side' : -
I
.. UnJern e:lt h Illis stOlle rest!' the l:('lics of I TUEOlL o\LD l\hu"
Surg eon and Ap ol!u:'cal-Y,"
. :<.H.-The writ er W l\~ I1Tl!lble t o read this Inst memorial, owing 10 tile
obliH'r:lliUII of til€' clItting lJy l ime, all ~' furt her than abo\'eo'

"A c:\F.S COLLI:'I:S I fdl asleep in J CSIlS I 29t h )larch, 18i 8, I


:I gell 60 ye31"';;,
• Precions ilt tI le sight of th e l.ord is the dent h of ili" saints.'
Ps.ul·i.15.
Erected by llenorrowing ! Husbaml ami Son."
•• ,\ token of lo\'e I :m tl ~ ratitll\le I to th e memory l of
KDW .HlD I I.-\DlOC K, I who uicd Octooer 1 the 16th, l i :l7, I
aged 52 y('ars:'

•• Hf're liefll r the mortnl remnins of C llnlHOPJlER 1 ) IAC D EUMOT.


WIl D departed I this li fe all tb e I Dlh of July. I ~2 1. I in the
GOth year of hiz (lge. I Thi s tomb was el'ected by I his
aficctionate so'.! 11I1.-\U:;HALL :\ JA C lJJ'r:.3IuTT.'·

" He-re lie-th \YILLl "~! 1 !'lOU of .1,,11 ;\1 and Glt:lC £ I .:'IT",nl.JF: I'S.
Born January I 13t h, Iti-l G. l)jeu July I 15th, 1::;5 1."

"Here lies th e remaius I of A~~E CL ... n o:-;- I alifl:O; ".J""',


I I
tl e-p:lrteillife th e :?-lth S "p tclIluer, 18:1:3, ngl'u 3~ ~'ea r5. I
I
Tbi5 t omb erected By he',' beloved hu suand \rILUA~! I
C1.AYTOS,"

"111 memory I of 1C ....rHF.I:I:'\I·: A I,u:;:\" . the beloved \,' if~ I of I


J on:..: .\Lu:.s. late s:elj eant of the I Con~tn], ul llrJ in TUfllll, I
wh o ll(' paned thi5 lif..: 011 th e 20th of I JlIllC, HH O, in the
4 0t h yea r of iwr ag e.
B1 e-~ ",,(,ll are th e llentl which die in the 1 Lon1.-I:c,', xiv, 13.
Also theil' ~~doYl'u (bng!,ter 1 JA:": r. ALL~;:\, I who de pnrtcd
th e jl h ,\1 3)" 18 1:?1 :lgl',l 13 IIIOOIh5."

U I I
lI ere ENh \0:1'11".\(; 0 SOli of Fr.LlX anJ EL!H Xut;GHER. I
I
Vietl April 19th, J 858. Agn l 3 yea rs."

"lI f' re lies die Ro(ly I of ALl er. IIi!A DJ. H, I wife of .J OIIN
HII . \I'I,l:Y. I of Galway. w I10.kp;uled I this life YI':1.1' of
17 8,\ j in th e I J I }l'ar of her 11 0"::."
1:\1

.. ~:lcrrd I to the! nlCl1Iol'.,·of I ~I,,:-:\ .-\SN .\" I inf.·Ul! 1 "\U ~t.l c t


01 I l!otH: nT nUtI :'-.!,\n\" COI:n:F.S. I of \)on;l:ls, Isle of ::'lInn. I
Vi ed 30th )hll'ch, I st; I, I agell -; monlh s,"

I. In I the Dl essrd !lope I of 0. joyfl1l I:CSllL'('ction 11I(>l'c Ii",


tile mortall"('1I1,liIl5 of I J,'II'" EDWAIlII:", I wllo dE'}''lrcrd
I
this life .Iuly ;'\Oth in th e YC:\[' of our Lord bI S, E1gco 7·1." I
(7'0 be CQlltilulf(lJ

[From )Ir. Iticl1:\rd O'io~lynll, \'·orceMcr, jlas::;" U.~ .. ·\.J


·111 the liltl ~ clnm.:ltyar.( of KII ..... S:O'D" County Galway, arc Lnl"icd tl18
rf' m;lills ora once cell!hr;\t~d lIIall-1 preS'IIIlC, like nil th e r('1't , his lollih i:li
unknown nnd t1.>gtccted-'lajol· 1'oI'P\('Ion; he 11:\(1 ch:u'g-c of :\:tpoleoll
BOllap:lI"le at ,<';t. Helen.\ COL' two year:>, un ,! is mentioned hy til e S'l'C':lt
\\al'rio.' ill kiucll\' nUll aifl!Cliunntc ICl'lns for Ilis eQIIL1c 5\' and kindLH"S! 10
tlle i!tLlstri()n~ e;;plir l). lI e l1l :'l rrictl Olle (,f Ihe ~Inrtins, of I:o ~~. r("pr\,~(,nt,'\l
by tile IwcsclLt IL ~I<lrtill, E ~ q. IlL the HUllC clillL'l;hyard arc ml\lIy of tile
tombstones orllie )l:mill l= , nud I tl llllk it is quite an illterestillg 5-110t for
an antiquarian to "i ~it ,'

:'I;eeliclA ,\'hlt e ~ -Obitullry of.


( C01.tll!U ~dfrom p, 39-1, vol. i,)
"TII £ (louK IIF MlL I CK, 1,lj4.
" Post suppres~ionem VJ.c.'wit li.~que ad :lllnUm, 1630.
" III ~ Ve U:ii . .Amell. )lon .vtcrinm de ll iliek lJiue;::'$is Clonf".rtensis in
eomitnin Cle Oalh'ia fuml;uu IWO iP5:'L obsc n':\LItia. 1111110 1·; -.4. Aliqlli
autiquius mult,) sentintLt circa allllllUl 1300. FULluatorem habuit DomiLIIlm
O'\lad,len $upprCS:;l!m ct ollll1ino fcre deslrul;tum tempore Eliz'dlcli1:le
It"giu Ie ab ipsis luquilinis cl Cat ILolicis lie !icl'et pl"lesil1illlll llael't,tic ol'lllll ill
ruiuam Patri~e )'0_<1 H1PP1"CS ~iO ll e m "" e:lvit usque :1 \1 :mnl\LlI 16;)0 qlto :l11110
celebr.\lo c.lpitul (, hLC('I'IHI"lio Gnh i:l l 'rre~ille "re \' nll'lllillo Browne milli ~ II'O
I'rUa.li erCfta t'~1 iI,i l( e~ i ,lt'hlia iLJ .~titllto P J':e"ille Ph' • .'ntouio i\ l n~tan(),
us sUl!e..:ssi t fl'• .J. Cv.; hbHU .~ ;\1111 0 16:;; 5 Ct lIlLie ill C"l'itlllu de I l1i.'lll.
Antonilill )ln~lallO ct IUlie in \::11'111110 llulltis fern:lllJi fl'. 1', FnLlleis
)b.dJcn pl'M'tlicatCtr in ~ i;;Lli$ qui obijl ill l os aUlio sui t;u;U·,Ii ;lLl<ltll$ tlli
FUl,51illllllS {liit I' r:leses Ir. J oll:llle,; ,\I:ldd" u t\ quo ql\;\ L'lI, h l('lI~i, ,Iuuii
16·1:1 (:lUliO \' ('\"' ~" I LI"llrrettio n i~ IliiJeL'llt,rlllll enntr;\ ,·\II.~I'\s 11.\b·rnio,)
quo rlie c{'!cb rattlL' !'olc1I1Ilil:IS ('Ol'l'llli,; :'\ :-- ti I: t'cqllrili'lta (uil. \-::\ 1,\,1,..11:>
Frntrum ~lill tfl'U Iil ue)1iIiek tew iJOre l'ru\·iuci;l. !s 1:l.Ii. AUIll, PUll i:;
I:ernnndi COll\\II)'.'

'Tiff: DUOK or }lII.ICK, Hi·).


'After the sI1PJlrr~",io l1 il remnincol U1l1l1l1:'l1l;11'11 ti:1 th€' ."<"'f ] r.~(),
'111 Ihe naLllc (Of the Lorel. A UICIl. Tile .\lon:L,t{'l'\ of 'Iil kl, in 11. 0,:0
lJio{'e~e of Clou fen iu Ihe CQuu ty of GJJ\\,:ly wall fUU;hlcd fur {IL,,' UbH 1'-
\',lnCC in the T ~:\r 14H. Some think it much more anticnt alld date iI,
foundation fr~m the vc~r 1300. It :> founde r ,,'I'IS ft 1'I1r. O·) I ~dtleli. II
WjlS snpprC~:H·tl; ami 31most entiL"cl~' .Jc" tl"O~· cll h~' tht' inm:\tr~ Ih cm~('h"'~
ftlld by tllc C31holics in the time hr Queen l.Jizaucth, I(>st it might becorr.c a
gnrrisoll of hCl"ctic.,:. to t be min oftllc country. }.flcr tIle hll]lprc~~itlll it \\:1 ..
ollinhnbife<1 nntil Ihl! ye:1I' l l.i30, ill \\bic!! ~'ra l' nn IlI tl!rm(·,li.uy elllll':"r
lUl\'ing bec n hdtl ill Galway ull tier the pl'('~iJellc~' {)f Fr. Valentine Bn;mllC,
tl te monastcry W:'Is. :I.';'"lin crected, allli Fl'•..A nt hony ~11l ~taI10 :lppointl'd
snpcrior. Bfother J. Coghlan wcceellcli him iUlh e)"e:lI' IG35. anu to llim
lnllhon v )Iu slano hi th e l'hnptcr of Inish 1\11(1 to him ill tile Chapter or
~lu[ty f.·;rnh:ulI Hr. 1'. Fr:llici:i )ladJcn. at! illustrillns pn:nchcl". \\"110 died ill
t he fUi't y C:lI' of hi:! GuarJ l.1n~ hip. );r Joh n ~i:lJ,l(> n WlI$ clectcd iu Iti....
sle:ld, by whom 011 the 4th of .lnl1 e, I Ij·l:l (the second yea .. of the rehelliol!
of the Irish :lgainst the ElI gli~ h , i.t., the Engli:!!. .. ~"itlc nt in ircbllll), peace
w8s estn hli:illCd [or the monaste r), was rc.e~tabt:" I, c tl] i t he ~aill J n~' was
th e r east of Corpus Xti. The \' cr.,· I:cv. Fr. Bernardine Conway W:l.S
Pro"j llcial of Ihc Bl"Others )linOl' of :\liliek. nt the tim e.'

II Qua e antiqllilati.:; fraglllenta conccrnentia rcmm Con"elltllm Ih'


~liIick (! spar:<a confu~a CI illdi~l'sta r ,~pcri C;l 3d utilitutem IC:;" lItium ill
Ulcliorem ordillem reue:;i <plOli quid em tieri non potem t siue magu:1
lliborc.-Fr. J o. Lore [nil., 17:W."
TI :.~S S L /\T I O :O; •

• Thc ~c frngmcn ts of th e antif'nt hi.!'tory of the Con"ent of :l.lilick I hnl'c


found scallereJ alJollt ill the utmost couru:<iou . (or the 81hanta;;e or Ihu.,o.!
who ma~' rend Ihr lll, 1 h,u'e l with much lahom', set them in onJer.-Hr.
Jo. Lore ~ nll . , 1726:

"J allllan', 17133.


H:lc di~ au. 17GS Hernia J cneUa Ych'ertull Lang:ore Proli~1J
Con ~ umpt.'l. fuit Oomi ce ll~l \'nhl e de"ot:1 ph ct matris
exemplo cl'ga e:;enos ciwxit:l.ti\·:1, rc qlli('~ca.t ill pa.;,;e."
TRA:\"SLATfO:;.
'(Janunr;.· h a~ 31 riays.)
all tlli" d:,)'the -,, (,:IT Ijt.it.i. II. [liernl.l?] J ene n e "\',·In:r(o u
ill
died arU'r n llrolollj:!cll illT1 c~~. :\ hon .. ('\dl~ truJ~' piuu., ;1111\
1L model mother. clwrit.ILlc to the poor (: :1u{1 h~'I H:,r [)lui her'!
example charil:lhle, \\:\:.J. ~I:\y she re"t ill peace.'

•• J ;tnnan' ~(1th, IRI-1.


1'.lt :\hrl":1)' 01 Li~morc ha:s rurchn::ed :\ H'COI1t1 tilll (, thc
Lur.dng- pbee opposite tu .:\i.:1:ul [? J :---kcl"l"t.'tt E"lr's blll·yin;.:
pb;,;". it bcill;': in p.~l"tllt·r"bi(l1 ,·t\\ ",'II I·i~ fatl"'1 .I,.lm ~IUI"','y
&. J o~('rh Ho.ldtn.lilt' bucr':I Ll[l1ii~' (tl,e mnl,· i~'l1e bcini)
ex-lin t t), b.,' [lay ing" fOI" the ollLer h:11r l'al"l. (i i\' ('11 IIlld" I'
my h""(\ thi.4 :! ulh d.l), (,t J .HlIl.I1·~·, 1"1 I.
~blbi\l,1 Crf'~ch, GU:lrtlQ."
1"n
,M

" Die Sd 7ber hl!.bitum approbationis suscepiL Fl'. AlJlhouiu s


J acobus Ken edy A.R.I', Chrithnio (?) GlIfahan :'I Iells lo.
PI'O\'-, ill convcntn de Athlone tiliatus tameu pro cunn~ ntu
de ;'leelick. [~o year given. J
fro JIaths • ..\lIthol1$. Crc:1.gh guard Q
."

TI;.-\.~SL,\TIO:O;.

'On th e 8th of September, Br. Anthony J;'lnlCS Ken edy,


-A-:tt.P., recei\"eJ the habit ofapprob:uioll ill the convent of
Athloll c. though a memb ~ r of Milick, from Ch- Garallllll,
Pro\-'iJlcia~ctillg fOl' i\latt ••-\nthouy Creagh, gnarJilln.'

(I September 12th.
Item 12a Pju;illem mensi:; Imbitum suscepit Fr. Johao.
Domi uicus Luuuin' ex mallibus guardian.
Fl'. )hths ..-\ ntb. Creagh."
TlLANSLATluN •
• Likewise Dr. J ohn Domillick Cunniff ,'ccei ved the habit on
the 1 ~lh of th e same mOIJth, from the ILaJJd~ of tile Gu:miian.
Fr. .J]nttllew Anthouy Creagh.'

"Jannary 22nd, I S27.


Die "igesima secunda Januarii et anna milesimo octirrgellto
Y ige~imo aeptimo Ilom ina Xantin plartin ?j alias .Jlaria
UI'llUlilla. Baptista Kelllledy. Chortlam P. :-;'. F. suscepit ex
manibu.s, A. Jt. P. l C?J Jacobi Antonii Kenedy lsicJ Etiam
Anna Dean eadem die suscepit."
TllA7"SL,I,.TIUS.

'On the 22nd of January. I S:2 7, )Irs. " :\alltin," alias .Jlary
Ul'.:mline Baptist Kenlll!dy recei . . ed th e Choru P. X. F.
(i. e. of our Father FI':lIl cis) h'om the Imlds of James Anthouy
Kenedy (A. H. P .). .-\I~ o AIIO:1 Dean on the same Jay.'

" January.
Hac die .Jlargarita Crampton et )Jorina. Madden Cbordam
St, Francis acceperuut."
'On this day )brg:lret Crampton and ~IOI'ina )Iadden took
the cOl'd of St. Fr:l!lcL",'

II Jauunry 25th, 1t.i43.


Hue die reccperullt ehorJam Sti. Franis. )Iaria ct Ebmora
Kenedy It.i4J.''
'On tllis day )Iaria and EkarlOf Ken edy received the cord of
St. Francis.'
13 1
II J anuary 30th. 17 i~ .
J auunrii Ii i I prolllis<:.jg ,.romin endis sl15cepit h ~~Litum pro-
bntionis in convcn tu de ~l ccH cli t1uanl iano pntrc ])0111 .Joa nn.
Lare:1.II, F rn n c i.~CIl~ D':\rcy filins Ilni. L'n}lit:tui llyacil1lh
l larcYeL j 'omillne Cnlhcrinae })n l'c)" agent dt:cimum :-,'x tUIti
nctluis anllum: em bit rrvfc ....~ioIlCIll in prof.lto C"II\'{'lltll
fCltlll o, hoc uie 30 11I(,lIsi5 J ,1I\u:lrii 1 7~2 ita attestor-fr.
J o.'ulnes LorC:lII aClualis gU:lnlianus,"
TRA NS I. J\TI ON.

' Janusry 28. 1721, Fmu cis D'A rcy, ~U n of Captain lI}"!lcimh
1)'Arcy a nd .;\ h,.:i. Cathcrillc iJ' Al'cy. h:willg 1Il:Ull' the needful
\·O\\'S, reech'hl the habit of probati oll, in th e six Item h yell f
() fh is age, in the C'OIlYcne of )lilick. GLI.'1.n.liulI. Fr. Un. J ul lU
1oI'c:\lI : he maJ c his PI'Ofl!5,;.ioll in th ~ afUI"C!laiJ C01l\'eul,
retaining Jlis nume, 011 the 30 th J :llluary, 1 ;2'2. .so wit·
nesst(h HI.. J ullll LorculI Actual Guanli:.m.'
j

10 J aulli1ry '1!hll, I Gfi3 .


Acce pit chord am St. r r:m is. Dorothea Co;;hlan 166 3 ."
t Doroth ea COgll bll t ook th e cord of S t. Fraucis, 1{)63.'

u F ebruary 2nd, 160S.


2'" hac })ic Hi9S I:ccrpil chorJmn 51i , Frani', f.-;abella 111lrkc
Eadem die rec!']lil hal.i !ulIl lI u~ lri onl". fl'. J oa nlles J:eyly
lalcus Gu:ml"G, Hua Prell Jac..,bo :'Ilalltlen ('t die 3""' aUII\
$eqnenti:! sub I:Jo. l 'rc 1.lcl"Llardo Lvrcau GU:l.nluo, emisi t
pl'ofl,ssioIlC1I1."

• On this da\", 1{)98. ];:;\hel1:.. Durke receh'ed the Chord of :-'t.


F raucis. 'On the SLlllle Jay, Hr. Johu I: t;'yl~·. a JUYUHlII,
rccl' i\'ed t he hnbit of ollr Onl ('I'. (iuardinn, l:e\', }'r. J .lInes
MadJeu. .-\111.1 on th e 81'(1 day or tile fullo wing yea r lIe
n,ade I.is profe ~ :$i on at the hands of the I!e\·. Fr. liel'D!1.n1
Lorcnn, G uanliall .'

II S pla rlli) hac Jie 8 o!.ijt ill D n;:;, Duiis Dlo-';'stl:S LoncAN
m Ulllt u ~ ccc.ll' ~i:h li cill ~ :H:raJ1lel1 l i s - s ('l' lLltn,;. fuil , (lie ~ e que llto
I i:.!; . in .... Ol C ~l1u lJl a" j " ('('''~ rl l'lllll :, urll'Lllllllt;' l.urcAIl::', huic
couH:utui lcg:l\'il. 1 :~ ( lu i\.'.: ( ,; tI ill ~:l1Itt;l pace,"
T R."- l"SLATiI)X.
' Slh ~ ~l:l l'rh ' . Ti lls d:l~' : Ili('11 ill the Lo n l )11', ni(lnl~illS
Lurc:lII, funiflcd ],\" the r ill'~ v( the (hurd l. Ile \\ ;I.S
LlI1'il!ll thc d.t.~, loll~willg ",\ .1).: Ij' :! i, in tllc I.lJn.::m chapel
of hi!! an CC~ I O~ ; to t lli ~ f'mH'{'llt he It'll :I h e{ILl~" t.
~I ay he 1l'.~l in lI oly p~'ace"
"9th ~Iartius . I1 ac die 1687 Dna. ELF:O:-:Ulf \ COGUL \.x ux or
d,;fullcti HCGmns ll.\L .... GII.\)'; de Ki!l";.ll l ~· (f) rn'.!IL\·i t M:
illscribi ill cOllfr:lIo::ruiwte Chord S. Ld. hU.:i li·;m i'. 8-1 ~tati::5
drcite r annumo"
TIUSSL.lt.TTl)S.
~ 9th .'\1 arch. T ll ii day ~ A. 1J.1 I G"; ';, )[1"05. Eleonora Coghlan,
the wi fe of [lugh Daly (71, of 1\i1\';.l ny,lh:cca;;;cd, asked to ho
em·olled iu th e confnu C'mirr ot' Ihe chord of our 110ly Fath<:r
Saint Fr:lILcis, a~cd nlJollt 84 yt':'tb.'

" Oie 8 hujis mcmis ).Iartii ] 769 ctati:,; 51l~ :'tnno G9 et


Prvfl"S:.'iollis sum 311110 -19 pie et s:mcte olJijt in I-,iio., Paler
JUA:" S. I\t~OG U Ol1,niiJlls sacramCI,tis I1lillutus coucionatot O

e; rcg,iLlos ill mi~siOD C ,·ir strenuu:; e t laborlosi!lI:<, mnltos


lJret'eticos Chri sto ct Ecch.'she :! uscepit, multis InL.oribus
••• • •• • comoelltni buie & fmtr iiJn!; suu\·elllret; fuit
J )efr. hllj ~ , r rov i;-. vic n~re l'acilicu l! & charitntiollis ol'c riuus
prufulgcIIs Y"ro() ;Iff]. t'xcmpl() \ "lrij.cl prec: aris dotibus
l usigllitlls BCllc ultimo,; chnl~it Dies tr.ILI,.I;ltlls est ad lI ustram
.sac]·e~ lian ibiquc sl'jlUltns animo t'jl1~ stol:uu ImtJIortalelll
g l()ri~ coufcrre dignctu l' l';t( CI' ('t IiHus et ."'ptus. !'5t ns, .-\men."
T1l"X$L An ox.
, On the 8th d:ly of the mont h of )larch, 1 i u9, ill the 09 year
of bi,. age nnd the -I!l ) ('ar of hi:; Pmle""ioll. Falh(>r J oll]]
l\t'C1!;h. t'ortiti..:d with n!i tbe ;:!;'l Cl"amCILB, filII of piety :Iud
holiness. p a~seJ au·;,y ill th e Lunl. 0 11 lIl i~5iolJS he "·as
au iIIu~t r i ou,,; p.oca cln' r, :111 cncr;;i' ric and zealOlls m:m: he,
with milch I.IUOUI" ;;nilll'd mom.\" l1crclic5 I,) Christ and the
Church, •• [odgillal 101"< • , . lie maillt'lilled llii:;
monast ery an.1 ils brut l",. -. he was l lefr. of til is Proyiu cc,
a TIlall t rllly p eaceful and dl;lritable, edifying all 1.1)' word aut!
exnmple, he died l \! nt;lr:' :l. lJ lo.! for hi .i '-aried :LlLllmo5t Lrilli.ult
Sifls. li e was c:llTil'IIIO our 5ac ri,,{y. :'Jlul inten-eJ t here.
)lay th e F;lther, ::'011. :llld 1I 0ly Gho~t evllfcr 011 his SUlL!
nu itUUl ortal rub ~ u( gIM,'·' ~""m ~ l1,
(70 be CI) 1ItiIIllCd.)

!!lU. Xi('hoJa""~ ehun'h, f •• th\"OI,·,


Tilt; BI : LtS.

T he fo\l<)wing illt el'l:'sting ;wcount (If th e bells of tllis church


is tukt:u from the iJllilJ L~'l ,rt';'.~ or btl! J UJu:" l S~Jl :-
u A ~te:'lnCF."1' GIfT."
( Frum vur Curr'_'!" poll,!l' lIt.)
Galway, Friday.
4i At a nWdi ll~ orth e ~\'l l'ct \'(',.B Y ()f !:=r. ~i.cllObs·:> Churc h, IJ cllr~' ~,
Perss~, E ~ '1., J ,l'" made :1. proi'0:,ai to reu onltc the nte..:balli~m I,.,· wtlidl
13r,

the chime of 5i ~ bells with which the tower is rro\'idcd, and (0 ~urply Iw ....
new bcll~. so as to make 311 oc(:\\"e, Ihecllli re cost ttt be paiJ lJy 111111." T ile
present hells ha\'c not b(' en 511"1111;; for YC;lr,:., ;l~ it was fe:lrcd th :l t t lll·i r
" ibl':'tliull Ilntl s\\ ingino: would not !'C sn ~ taillcd hy the P\"CSCllt !ltl'lIctIU·.·.
:\ ow, 110\\'('\' ('1', :'Ill-. l'crsse 11II~ hnd the ol,inivlI (of :'olr Taylor. til .. ccld.>l',u ,·,l
lJcl1foulhlcr. of LOllg'hborou,;h, Eu;.;l;tntl, tile m.mufllctnrt'l' or ,. ul (' at Pa nl."
of 1.01111011, as to the ~t:l u ili'y of (he tower of ~(. :-;ichul:\~. nnd tlla( g'·llt le.
nI:l 1l states 1hat it i::,c:1]1.llIlc of su~ t;\illillg dllU ule the wei,;!!! of th e pre.elt!
IJcl1$. li e 11:15 aho hall th e opinioll of .;'Ilr. Ll\1Igrishc, ~1.1:.I. .·\ . I., \~I 'l)
COrl-ob01":ltCS th e flJl'cg'lJing slatcmClL t. The pl1!9~nt chime of bells ~l.l'e Ofl ;'C
sweetest tunc. :-"-0. 5 is the olde,;t, Lcarillg d:l te Hi \:lO. ~ os. 1 llllll ti
were ca~t ill Il)S I uy tile celcLr.11~U founucr, Tuuia5 COVE'y, 3 d werc :ll ~o
!\O!l. '2 and 3, uut uf a later d.l le, h:lyjllg been east ill the Yl'ar J "1 21;. ~ v ,
4 flp~:tr" tv Of' a French Lell. Jt is J.u!',1 I (ij I, but \\ lien or utldcl' ",Inl!
circumstallces It fUUlll1 iu. way into tl,c belrr~' of St. :\ichol:l~ it would not lie
e:t"-)' 10 My. 0111)' olle seem5 to 1I:\\"e Lee u tampered with, jiamcly-tlle
old Olle, wl,iclt rang 0. some\\" hat sharpel' tunc utltlc!" Qnccll J-:liz,d)eth II,ree
IlIlIIlH'CJ y e;:r~ n;o, hn\-jug. sillee bccn Itltled n lilt fiat. to m:lk t, it s:ui t the
O!lI CI"S. TIll,! ICI, o r i5 n sh ar p F, aLld, when rllIl O", will make fine IIII1"ie,
,'Ct} different from the noi:')" clan;; witll \\ Iljeh the people of Galway !l.rc ~o
long familial'. The people 11t'l"c, of all creeds .:!nu el'l!!SeS, CXpl"CS~ ti l til'
deeile::t th:wks to 1\1r. l 'ersse for tilis auui tiou to his /nailY other act:; of
lIclI ("yolcnee."

COU N T Y KERRY.

)l rllfert Cath('-dl'ui.
I The rllins of this Cathed ral nrc mentiou ed by Smith (p. l~ ~), ail
follows':-
"In the clulI'Ch IIfC a eonsideraltle l1um b~ r of ~r:l\"estone5 without am'
inscrilllion, 01lC of whiel, h:llh the c!li;;ies of a Ili~hol; i) iug ill his I-'uutiric.tli.
bus-, s:liJ 10 havc been the lomb of Bi~ hop :-:itack, who died in 14 '" 8 .
•, In a SlIInll clllll,el ill mill S .nlj"inillg the Catheural h; a tomb, roulld the
edge of which is the f..,Uo\\"ill(; iLiscriptiou :_

" TH IS MONU M ENT WAS ERECTED AND


CHAPEL RE-ED I FIE D IN TH E YEAR 1688
BY TH E RIG H T HONO RABLE HONORA
LADY DOWAGER OF K ER RY, FOR HE R-
SELF, HER C HIL D REN, AND THEIR
POSTERITI ONLY, ACCORDING TO HER
AGREE MEN T W ITH THE DE AN AND
CH APTER,"
137

\\~e ha"e to thank )l iss ~l. A . l-ii l'.kt5o n, the well-known


his.tori cal writer, for the f ollowing interesting cOllltlluuic:J.tiuli
011 the tombs in .Ardfert A bbey:-

I In tIle grass-grown chancel of the church of the ruineu FransciSC:l O


Friary of ArMere, there :Ire two or lll\'!:e Jarg:e scuipcul"eJ mOlLlIllIcnt,d
slabs, which arc \\ell wordl\' of lI otice nlld c'm·t'lIl c x'\lllill~ui o n. 011 two
of them arc carved tig:llres. "onc repr e:sclltill g" a Knight TempI:\.!". or I\lli,:.:ht
lJ ospiInllcl', in the dress of hi s OrdL'r \\ i(1I ft iOll g s\\'ord hy hi s !lille ; Oil the
otlll'l' eithe r a bishop 01' mitred Ilu uot ill hi;; roues, wi th a crook. The
hon.lers of I I H~ "I.IU are sCIIJptur,·d with beaulifu l illlcriJ.cing paltCI"II::',
resemLliug those ill th e {jIl l hi;;h iIIumiu:ltcu 1lI;!lIu ~cli pt:<, u:-; far :-IS 1 coultl
m:lke Ollt, ami tlH're nrc· lctcer~ aJllI thtei>. I hat! Ilot tilile to (" x;1II1iu e
t llem as f11111- :\s , wishctl to do, when hlst I viaih'd the nLI,e,' :luout l e ll
,:. e:l r5 ago, t~1t 1 hope (Q Le able to scnd you ru bbillgs of then;, or photo-
gn1phs. 'n e kIIi,:.:!!tl.,· fi.::!Ill"c most I'!"ob:lbly represe nt s GeraJJ Fitz'lnlirict!,
t he last Grand I'rit.!" in InA:md of [he Unler of the T CUljlI:U'S at th e ti llie
of its sl1ppr(";;~icnl (ncconlillJ; to "\r.:hJnJr::; •• Lodgc/' vol. ii., p, IhG), :lBd
the grnudsoll of th c I:'t Lort! Kerry, fUHllller uf the frin r~" The fi gurc UII
th e sccond sIaL may prohaltly repn'5ellt tb e GI·auti I'ri or's luu tllt' l",
Tllomas Fitz'l llurice, who, aecunli ll~ 10 .-\ rclll!nl l, wa s ,-\buot of Od orlley
0'· l\yric Elei,;on, lI t'lll' Anlfe!"I, a rich ~ iSlel"ci:1II hOllse , \\ hieh, hOll"cWl",
looks at th e Jl rc~c llt day more li ke u sm ail ruiu('J ehllrc ll t h111l a l"uiueJ
abbey. .-\ccOI·Ji ll; to th e ~al))c umlioril.\·, :'-:icllOlas Filz:\lauriec, 13011 of
t he t;th Lonl Kerry. wa$ l~ i$ho (l of Artlfert ill 1-1:20, aud Ili ~ ufutlle)"
Gerald was A bllo t of Ky rie Elt·boll. .·\11 fO\lr were pt·oLlIbly buried
in Anlfert A bLe ,·, ill or Ilenl· their allccstol" S lomb at the 1I0l"th ~ iJ tl "f
the STear altat', ' Bi~hop .s idlOlas, wltfl Ly sOlli e writers is said tu Itwe
been also .\LOOt of l\:.'"ric E Il'i ~o ll before he obtained t he t'p i ,~ c(.o p:lte. heIJ
t he ~ ee from i:.! cS until 1:J;)u, He had Sf'riuUS dispnt es wil h tIn: Kn igJl t-".!
Hospi(allel""', who OW\lCC p:lrt of t1,e town of Anlfen in 1:::"2 -1 , llllU willi the
Fl":ln ci:-c:m~ ill I30f). 11 1' i" lIot lik ely, Ihel'ef{lre, to hn\"e lieI' ll ul1I'i eJ in
thei r auuey church. All e xamination of t l,e dates und letter.:; on the ,.Ia!.!)
" 'o ulll prob:l.uly ."how \\ hom tIle fi;,;-ures repl1~~e l\t. As illll" t1"3.li oll.-; o! rich
eccles iil ~tica l :mJ kui;.:hlly sClIli'eeclc:! ias lical mcuire\"":lJ CO.:.tUlllcS, tl.e.se
C;\!"veu .:.htLs me " elY t" ,\luaule.'

\,"c ho pe ill a fntUl'c number, by th e kind pt.'rmission of


i\Ir. Tal Lvt Crosu ic, 0.1.., owner of .l\ nliert, to be able to
PI'CS(' tlt our l"\,'.ldl" t"::; witli (, llgl\tdllgS of th ('sc interest in g tombs.

I-nri ... h of llin~le.

'Ye hnyc 11111('/1 pleas lIrc in Tl'corti in ,;; that, owing to th e


n : presentariolls nmJc hy our Edit ur·in- Cllid. Colonel \""i~ors,
to ~Irs. G t'raldinc ]1. F. ~\lUlllly, widow of .\b jor-G~l ll..'ral
Picrrepont :\l uudy. and her s i ~tcr, the 11 0 11. :\lrs. Ycrnon, tlll.'so
1 3~

I.ldies ban.! undel'taken and sm:cessi'ullr t.:<lrri c.ll Ollt th e resto_


rati on of rile oealltiful montun cnt to·th(. memory of t hei r
UI H'e5tflr, Sir J ollll FitzGt:rald, fifteen t h J":lI ight 'of Kern,
which was r elit amntlc r, llIut ilated, a n d C3.st ou t of Ding'le
chll rch mallY ~rt'ars ago . It h<\s )It HV bee n re.phlccd 011 t be
walls o f that church, and n. hra&. plate has be(,11 in scrt ci l
Leneath the mOllument, t;idllg some :tcconnt of its re~ toratioll!
a nd also llL uch g ene.llogical iu fol'IIlati on ~LLout th is bra nch ()f
th l;: Gl.!rulJillC:i. lSoJC pr. t'i0 all d l ~G, \,0 J. i. )

lUuc.',-u s A blJer.
'A beoll not many ycars ago was (utm d in the :lcljll.ccnt lo ugh, nnd fr om
its ill scri ptioll it appeat'~d to ha'{"c bdoZle:ed to thi.:! Ilhbey."
lGrose, Tol. ii., p. 5i,J

The sta te.. of SO IlI C of the churches in Kerry in 1756, is thus


g i\'cll by Smith, p. 7 1 : -
AItIHl;h. 1:. t he C!lUrch is in ruins Ki1mol"e, the church is iu r uins
Agha\'lIl1iu repair Kil\ mali C do.
J\ ::;hatioc J';: i1hlrlH'Y ,,~. r~p:lir
Jblli ll:'lb:lfth;;h " repair PalrvLI, the [\"ill).!, durin:; Lon]
HaIliIlC:'I.;:I ,lnIlC It ruius !\cLlma L"\':'~ ihCflpaeiLY .
lJJ lliliacowrly " KileYLlIlllin ruin:;
Ha lly uL:'Ic·l<:!legot.. repnir I\:il1aglw. eli.
H.lllyt,(' i;: h " rllius l\c ll llai ,'
ll aH~" ~ecJ y Vic. ,. do. Ki1cl.'og l1:10
Hro:inag h I!. do. I": ilg:IO\'il1l
ClahaLle I:. " do. \": iltal1;lgh t, rep:!. ir
C10t:llCl"f.,riU ll Po . " do. K. Gan'\" l ec a ~lc \' .. fuius
Calli!" I:. ,. in rcpnir K iloq;li;, ruilLs
C urrenj ruills I\ jlJ;lgi1 iuS" filius
Cullen 1:. do. K uockallul'c ruius
t.:u llc n. Est. ~~ r:. " iu rcp:dr KeimeCIl do.
J)illgle " " i\ill i ri t'Llca do.
l>cscrt J:. ruins Kil tJu llane do.
}Jullquce ll l:\.'<!o KilcreJ a n d".
lJ u:l:;h do. Killoom ay do.
IJulIlLlir/in do. I\:iII :lolwc u n·,.
I )ri :>h;llh~ rern ir l':i ll:\.I" ..l [" UI US
!JrUIlllaritf ruiu;; Kil;;Ltan llv.
G al), do. Kil J rum d~),
Glnut,r1,y tl o. I":ih:in. rCI':lir
G:lrnuflih do. l\i blwu nnc I"lI illS
l {il;.;ut,lJi!1 ["e-pair l\ih"IJ ~:\t· tlu,
Kiliill\' ruills }\il lllu~h· do.
K i lcal~':l;;:h do. Li;;to\\:ei re-I'air
COUNTY KILDARE .

\ Ye ha\-e to thank Lonl \""altel' FitzGeralti, of Kilkea Castle,


Cou n ty K lhlarC', [01" t ilt! ti)llowin g "",lluaLle <tdllition to our
collection of monum ental in ~cripti on!; from tbis county. They
}1aYC nil be en copied allli cO lltri Lutt.'d L~' him, exctc'pt the three
from Kil dare C:lthedr~ll burial-ground,

Hirtonn ( · hul·ch~a.·d .

• Thii! burial. ground is pE'a r-SIHlp crl, and cJlclosed by a wall; there are
but few im;c ri lied ::i toues ill it, tlml the ollly traco left of tl lo former clulI'eh
is a cn t-stone door-j:lmb now us.cJ:lS n h C:ld~tollc. Tile hmlse called ill
the illscription Pu\\'o.: r':, lJ ro\'\! is IIOW kllOWIl as Bil'towlI lI oll.::ic. The phtcc
where th e Powers w e n~ rOI'nlcrly ouri~d is markeLl by tw O taLlc-luIIlU:i
beal'ing the foll uwing iuscriplioll:i' : -
" Il rre Lieth the HOlly of "1'5. )1 r\ nTH,\ Pa~VJ.~n of I Puwer's
Gl'on', \\h o dt!parted thi,. Li lc lh o 2 5th luay uf IUlle 1792
in t he Ei~l ltyeth yenr of bel' I .-\g~ lIere also Lies t he
Jlody of :'oli ss )'l.lHY I Ul;nt:GUT who llep:l1'teJ this Li fe the
• • Day of I .st!pt~ml.Jc r 1j !):! 111 the Fiilyctb year of her .-\ge."

U Sacred to the 3rf' mo]"y of HOHU:T P OW ER 1 Esqr. of Po\{"ers


Gro,"c \\'110 dl'p:ufeJ this Life I th e 301 11 l>ay of ).lay 17!);:i,
Ao:ed 60 years."
I In the field in \"hich tLe !tuo" e burial gronnd is situated th ere is also a

Pagan burial Illoat:

Conf"l"Y (""u(""("hJarrl,
• A 1:"IT;c portio n of the w:llls of the nan! and chancel of this church arc
still s tuw.li llg, though IIIllch illjured by ivy. There is 11 0 trace of allY elll -
stone work ill tile \\ ilH.lows j llroLa hly t hey had lJOlJ e, .15 tile few lilnt
rl'main entire con ~ i 5-t uf Ilal"l"O\\", iOllg ::-lits on the oUl::.iJe. '1he. challcd
fll"l:h, with a sma!!.'r arch aho"e it agniu, :'lrC stili in gooJ repnil"; as the
challcel \I ns \l ut lJulHh·J into tI le wlill of tIle ]l ave, aile ca n ~Ce Ilint it WlI:'\
n !:I te r ndditivlI. Tlli~ ~l":lYt'.\nnl lirs a mill: to th., lIorth vf the IOWIl o f
L rixlip.
"In tlte west rn d of the church ruills li es a large tomLslollc Learing ttle
fullowing- ill"criptiull ' : -
fI ..-\:-':-'1: /: fmncK \'"ife of Ih e ll:enl. ELl W.\HI' Il.·r.wJCIt
YiC:l"1 of th e [liioll of I.l'ix lip Illic(\ Jul." :t~ l h 1t'IJU in I
the ;l ·llh year I ot Iler ..-\:;c. I Her i1 u5-oanJ who Ivt"t!u her I
140

with th e sinccl'cst ,\fiection I CilLl$CU this .:5tone to be


erected I in memory of tll ose \"irIUCs I which cndem-ed her
Chlll'IlctCI" I ~-\ s 11. Wife, a ~lothcl', I A fhn;;htcl', :md a
}~ricnd I Al so )Jere lie ill! Cl"I"ell tlIC )loL'tnll:cUlnius I of the
Rc,'. EI>W.,ut D l:EI!\ncK who died I 011 the 5th of Juue
1820 ill the C';'tll )'cn r of IIi:; I }.g:~ and 1 11f~ 2;) 111 yen,' of
his )liui5try as I l:l'CtOI' of this 1';J.ri~h . H:wing fulfilled
his PuiJlkk FUlic ti OIJ:i 11.5 it Christian l'n ~ l or. nnd his I
Prinl.le [Juties as Il Willi ill snch a m:mller I as to command
Esteem :md Conciliate! ,A ffection he IIn s lcrt t his World
Lequeathill g' writing to rcconJ his I LC:l rnin g, am] t he :\Iclllory
(If lJis I Virtues to embalm his ;'\ame, to seck I Acceptance
with God through the I the ~J erj ts of onr Blessed I
Hedecmel' ,Jc~us Christ,"

Hllda re t.:a (h c cl .. al .
" n EnE L"J;'ET H THE B ODY I 01" E D\YA RO BAG OT
J::S Q. DECEASl::D TUE 16 OF '; UR 1711 AT
WAT ERSTOWX I AGED 90 Y EAHS."
'The abo\'e is 011 a fiat stone in the Cathedral y:m.l, incised letters.'

H S AC RED TO THE :o.tEllORY OF ED\\'O BAGOT I


O F K I LDOOX I X T H is COt:~TY I DIE D DEeR l!.l,
1853. AGEP 8 1 YE ARS. I J.l,:\E il l S WIFE D I ED
'MA Y 2.t, I S 4 ,1, I AGJ,;D ()2 ) ' BAHS ."

""IS ' F RA ); CES SAX KE Y I died 18 J ony 18J9 I


a~ed 56 )'eu rs.
MIS S E LIZ.\ flE TII SA);K EY I died 24 Septr
184:! 1aged 3,l years."
'This in;)c ription is on a Blt stolte.'

'Tllcre are t wo other stone!!', so placed at preseut that they cannot 1..6
read:

•• nc1t: n~h .
'The ehllJ'chyard of L:tcbf!h lies (o'l'lr miles to th~ W. of Ki ldare. The
present chun:h W;lS built 011 the ~i t ~ of tile ruius of tile old OJnc, and, for tile
W:UH of a cOI1,:"'Tl.'gation, it is !'el~I"JJl u ~cd. ~\t its S.l':. e(; I'IIl'r are tv. o
taiJl ... ·tornbs, from which thc foll f) \\ ill~ !n,~crijltjolJs h:l\'e bCl.'iI taken, The
Wee fllmily at the time of the eonli"C:Hions owing 10 th u l: ebcll iolJ uf 16 11,
HI
Lou::;ht n pOl'ci on of tIl e b ckrtgh property belongiug to tile FitzG cl'ahb.
ami collen t heir pJa~ e ;\f otlllt I:ict', which is now ill ru ius. 'nere nrc tw"
walled-in enclosures in th e (,!'lst portiol\ of th e gnn'eynrd, &.,id to be Jon; to
these Fi! ...Geraltl~, bllt t[I CY contuitt 110 hcnd:;toncs or tombs ' ; -
UThis slll all :-'£ollument I \' lIeqllnlled 10 the worth of hi,::
int cn"cd Frir nti, I ol'his I.o \'(~ fol' Ilim, I At:G I:STI:>:}; J~. U ~:I:S, · I
\rh o lo\"cd him as his o\\'n, I l'IJ ce J )I ert! I To the ~J c IIIOl'y I
Of Sn:PIII:s Hie!': E~ql'. I who dyed ::! 3rd of )r:m.:h 175;) I
1n tbe begilllliug' I Of the 25tl . ye:lr of I.is .·\ge. I II e W:lS I
Courteo\l';:, Good nnturcd, I Ch :1Tit:l blc, Gener ous, I 1;elle·
licent, I Too h05-pitaule, I Alleci.iou:tto to his Friend:>, I
For:;jyillg' to hi:; Elleltlic~ . I OLHiillg to all. I )lo"t who
knew him 1 Lo\'ed him, 1 Xonc luj"li(.'ll Ilim. 1 SOllIe from
Menn Selfish jlotil'es 1 )Iuch hljhre.1 him , 1 The False
Appearnnce of l,'rieud:;hip I 'i'nkill :; aurantn;;c of hi:; Gene-
rOlls 1 \'ll s tl.~rectj llgTell1pcl·. lllI the enrly 1 \'ucxllt:ril.!l lcCI I
Youth IDli ng him into ILtrgnins 1 \'cry iJctrimt!lI tal to
him, I '1'11 0 i~1 \ 'oder" t:lIlding I He WM f.11· t'uperior to ally
of th em, I But not in Cunning, ! Thi:; ll'ollhled him Greatly I
"'heu too l ... t c to be r.emc(lieu. 1 YcL he was Courteolls 1
To those B :u'pies 1 \Yhene\,er he mett t, xic} them, 1 "'nd
shewed no 11I will to ..\ny.1 Hi ~ T ellnllt~ I And the POOl' 1
Will Ions remem ber him. I li e has kft soniC of hi s Fricltd" I
;\Ii$ernble, I fout they trllst in lhe ZI!ust lI igh, I AmI hope
he is Happy, I \\'110 had the Pr:lyel's I Of the Poo r &: :S-cedy I
That were known 10 him I OJ' Clme within hi ~ ~oliee. !
And most stJ'ictly Honesl I,Auu Just l11e nenl' did
wtong to A cy."
• This ~Inb, which is 3 feet S inches in breadth and 8 fcet ill IcnSl h, is
entirely takeu up wilh thc aLovc l'igm:lI'olc.'

'Tile othel' I.able-tomb, alolJg~ide t he aboH, has on it':-


II At:Gl:sn :-.F. JFV UI,S Esqr, who diet.! I J un e the 21st 1769
ill thE: 71 ... t ~ cat I of lLi!' _\ ~c I.i\!s hen· I With ld.5 I:elu\·cd
SnrllE :-. I:I CE. I ~ome who knew him well I Loved &.
Esteemd him. 1~lany may ceu~ul"e him, I \, hat hI! was I
Til e last Day must Show."

J~nra~h11l'yan ( 'hurdl:oard.

'( ·Iose nnder th ~ <:ro llt h wall rof the chnrch ruins j~ :1. ta ble· tom b, witl.
tIlt· folloll"ing ill ~ crip ti o ll, which is fainl c.wiug to it:; f) (J1 bciJi o (Ice ply cut
ill':-
J.J:!

,I lolls STeIn !': I Late of the Cit y of Dublin ESl)r. I D j~u


September 21,;111 I ~OO A~erl ~'l years.
M .\ It \, :::'TO YH: I JI i" " 'if~ ditu .Janl\ary 18t h ] 797 I
Aged 63 year". I To the :Ut mo.lry I of th(;.::;c his mus t excellell t
Parellts,
l ... m :s ~1.' OYT" 1 en!ctcd this 'I'ahlet I :1S a Testimony of hi:;
I I
l:egl'l·t& Aflect ion flmll\3 arceoI'd ofthl'ir Inl e;; I'jlY &
IkllC\"o!el1cc to tile \\" ol'ld, 1 of tllcit, .-\tt:\~hmc n t to each other, I
& of tllt:,ir Temlcorness I lowllnls th ei l' chilJ.rc ll.
lL\I:nltl' STonE I Dau,; lltcr of th e said LUH.S I Died
J ·HIt OctUUcf H iO,) .\ gcd 11 yc:us.
JnllN STurn·; E:.:qr. SOli ! [!:lte of the Goyal II o5pil al]
I
Hi! Brothel" di ed 13th Jun e I tl U8 "\ gcJ JV ye'll's."

Leh.UI. ( 'lulI"ch.
'T!IF~ Chlll'ell of Leix lip lies on the ba nks of th e TI) ' {' wat('r at its jnl)('tioll
with th e l.itY!!". in tile IliinJltl of thtl tow n. AII ,Jc lleu to it is a \'en' oln
t ower in fin e ;'CP:lil\ having: a wiudi ng: narrow stone sr"ircnsc leadiiig If)
the (l itfcl'cnt s t oril~. whic h appeal'to Im ...c been the dwelil ng-roolO&of the
ecclc,,;;t.<;tics in the olll tim es. as tw o of them cou tai.. olu projecting i'lllilC
fir eplaces, besiUt'6 niches ;mJ s ma ll win dows with seats fOl"llleJ ill Ihei r
~ p!:lY; the fir~t two roOIlH hn\'c v:utltcu stone ceil ings lli ;;h up 011 the
nortll side of the tQwcr arc two g ro t e~q u e ly cut h U!Il:ln heads buil t illlO tl.e
coig ns on eidle !" side.'
• In the Illirhll e of the na"'c lie Ih.-ec inscribed sep ulchral slabs, from
-whit:h tlie tollow ing inscri ptions are take n' : -
"H E R E LI E TII TH E nODY OF JOT-IX! TOCKS
OF D Ot;" nT S T O \Y:-'- E I X I T ilE C 01 ' :-'TY O F KU.IU.ll E
GEXT.j WIIO DEP A HTEU THI S La'E 1'I1E jTlI I
DAY OF IULY 1711.

u nere are depo~i l ed th e l:ellJains of I DOCTOR AnT lililt i'llI CE J


LOIw ,\ I:Ctth i 5Ih'P 01' ChSIIL LL I who uieJ the 1jth of
lilly I i5 ~ I .-\ ged j ·t

" To Th e :\Iemory of I ELlS.., BETH LA ro; GST nN 1 " 'jfe of


WILL1 ..ll! 1. ..... :.;Gsro~ I Pied t he 40 th Yea l" vf her Ao~ j
.-\ono Domini l ti l:?

, i n II.e mi!i,lI e of the fl oor of th e challcel n(':lor the Communion mils i~


olle "'!;Ih il1~..:ril;eJ [hIIS ' ;-
'· D E PO SI TV DEBO RJE RELlCT JE I GV
L
WILLI AM S ARCHIDIAC C ASSE SORO RIS
NARCISSI AE~PI OVB I QV AE DEC ESSIT
24 MA R J69 ~ I JET 6 5:·
, Built into th c chaucl'i arch 011 tll c north side i1.l an int ercsti n~ 111 011 11 -
ment belonging to th e famil y of White, of I.eixlip; the inscI'iption is
iuciscd . nnd th e ictteriuf,; is rud e nud ql1:1illt, the capitals and small letters
beiu g all of OtiC! ~j.zC! .
'Above tb c i ll~cl irti ollls a coat-of-arms in relief, th05: -
'DE'x tl'r_ ,AI'gl'lll ; a CliE' H Un g1lles_ loetw ee n tbl'ce 1'()8I'S of Ihe last.
' Sili istcr-.-\ zlll'l'; ou n thief illLlen tcd 01', three mullets gules.
, The in scri ptioll I'un .; ' : -
"THIS: TOMB: WAS: ERECTED: BY : THE:
LADY: URSULA I : WHIT: DAUGHTER: TO:
THE: LORD: MOORE I: HERE: LYETH :
THE: BODIS: OF: SR: NICHOLAS: WHITE I :
T ~
KNIGHT: DECEASED: THE: 24 : OF:
FEBRU AR IE : 16541: HIS: SON, NICHOLAS:
WHITE: ESQ: DECEASED: THE: 31 : OF :
DECEMRS I": 1664:"

, By Archdnll's II Lod ;:;c's r eernge" (t:iJe Y01. ii., p. 100), I find th at tIle
above Lady L' rsll\ a was the elll es t llanghtl' l'of :--ir Gal'l'ct )r Oorc. of :'lelli-
fOll t, created Vi ~CO llllt Dl'og heda 011 th e 'jth of FeLI'U:tl'Y. }fit I ; her
motller "'ns ;\Iar)" daughter of tlir Il clI r}, Colley. of C;lstle Carbery. ill the
COUllt)' Kildare. L:1.dy C)";;t1hL m:ll'l'ied Sir t\ icholas Wbi te, of L£>i xli p,
J\llt. (grau dso ll of ~ir i\idLOI:Js. \nil e, of 51. Catll:ll'ines, )t nstcl' of the
I:oll ~ )j they llUd b sue two sons, ::-'i chola.s nllu Arthur.'

, Ollt~i(l (' th e church. bui lt into the 1I 01,th "nil nenl' tIle en~ t Clid. i~ n
diamOlLd-slHtped lIlum! tlt.blet of lillles tolle be<lriug tlli6 inscription' :_
<, HEHt-: 1 LIETII TIIR 1 BODY OF ~I){. THO-! )'lAS
BETSO~ WlIO IUECIUSED 'TilE 15T H D A Y 1
01-' ~IAri C H 1707. ill S WI FE 1 AGXES J3ETSQX
ALI ,-\ S KL'OLLS C.-\ Y SE D TlI!,; I YA"l'L'T TO HE
l\IADE j FOR THEll A :\D 1 'THEIR 1>08· 1 TERl'!'Y."

, ..\,1 0], ] mu ral t nblet on the fI]lpo;;; il e side of tIle clJurch wa s made of
such a L;\l! quality 01 stun~ thnt the illscriptioll is llu decip hcrniJlc.'

!'IitraW"n,
, III Ih e 1I 01'Ih waH of the c11111'ch mill S. on tI le imid e, is bnilt an o\'nl-
sh:lpe(l s t Oll C {l1lc:lsUl'illg ~3 inc\u':5 in ll l·igh t uy l toi iurhe:< in brealhil),
hn\'ilJ,f;" " rill: L'lluim\, iWl1d ami Will!;'; at the tup, anJ IJeueath it the
foll(l \\iu ;;' ;_
II~

II Thi ~ ~Ione And , BudaI l'J ac(' nelollgcth I lim o I:IIH .'1I:T . <ic!
CUG .... N amI I lli5 Posterity 17 3~ ."

C The rollo wing in ~cripti on i~ copied (,'o m a l!cadstonc stall ding: n t'llr the
!;outh wall of t he ch urch ruin3':-
-I-
1. 1!. ~.
II Thi.s Stone I&
burin] P bcc! hdollg-Clh to ,,"1LUI I
lIe COIDl!CK &; t o I his l'u~t~'I"it :- who I ucpartcu tbis life I
Align'" (h e jIb ...\u I Dom 171-1 ~\c'J an."

T H~hHdo('.

''l'llghad oc (pronounced Ta~MO) lies two :In(1 no-half mi les t o th e ~ollih


of "l ~)'nooth : it i:; I'cm:nkabl'e fOt" a 1:(\1111(\ Tower, C;) feet in II Ci;;llt,
which appears PNfect ( except for the stone ("m ien] roof), thoug h it [no
1I0ile ot' the ordin:l I"Y win dtlws I1su:llly fOllnd in the top s lol·e~· of OUl" 1:01111,1
Towers; ill place of th em th ere :Irc six rough square., put log-like hole:,
wiJi ch g-i\"c it an unfillish etll ook .
I .:\t the but~oftbe ItOLmd T ower. built int o it on the we~t side, is a '\n1::11

headstone witll the follo\\iIl6 i ll~c\"jp ti oll, n\Jich is r,ea rl~" i11egitJle, ;'IS the
stolle see ms worn with a":.:e ar.d the i n~c r ipt i o n seem" nncr to have been
deppIY,c ll t. Tbis :itone is only some Hi inches hi:;h and au out ]:2 in ches
across ; -
-1-
I JI S
II Gloria in excc!;;\lS Deo I pl'I1Y fol' the ~otll f)f ! .JnH.\" ("I'lIM!"' I
~h~" the !::i]" of f:tthful I tIlt· the marcy God l:e:5t I ~ pace•
•'\men."
; Such i3 the wordill g, or ralher miswol"(lilo O" on thil! ill s i;::llificallt-lookin~
little tombstol1 e" "'I.'
nl"C left in the dark as to who thi.,: Julin O'H.lra
was, as none of the Il eighuollring lle,ldst0l1e!' bea '" that SU I"l~ :l me:

"By JA ~'F:S ~l c Gt:IRF. nlacbmith Ilhi"~ ~tOllC Wfi S Fn'cted


in 1-;- ti3 I I
to th e lTo emUI".'" of his fu l'ff:l!ltt'l"S Eml t: 'D I
I
PATRICK &. EnMt.:.", ~l cG!I. who WI'I"I' also ~ milh l' and
I
lye here ill! er~ the 1st dieing ill I (j 1':l5" 1 1111' :!lId ill I i28,
th e 3,"d iu I i39.1'

"Th is )I onnme nt Freud b~" :'III" I rATT KEL LY 111''''" Cclhridge


to )"\ ) Iemory of IIi" fnnli l)" 1.60. jllis dall~ht' ~I""ltr
dietl 16 I nllT I 1756 ag-cd I J )"e:if;; & 2 1ll 01"C o ( hi:; child' I
\"iz 10 11:,\ &; ""ILl/I."

II TIJi~ :'Ion(' &. hllri:tl "bel' I helouoeth to I P hTI"ll l.o ~G


I I
:lIlfl h;"~ I'Q.::tenty 1-;-;)5."
14:'

" 1685.
HERE: VN DER: L YET H : TH E : I BODEY :
c c
OF: ED MOND : I M GVYE R : KMG:

'Tbi,:; heads tone is cl ose to the other )JcGuirc hC:ldstonc already gi\·eu.'

~
Ill S
"This Stone Ercct d I By BnINE: CA C A ~ "' U H lIn :\Iemory of
his IlJ ~ugh tel" ~1.-\'IlGJ: T (SI/:) I CAUA NA.1.:Gll \\ho" • •• •

I The remainder is chipped ofi~ owing to the bad quality of stoue."

"This St olle r. l:uri~J pla(' I belong-etl! to A:mr: ..:w 1 ~C ULl.r


& hi s PO!tcrity II Jerc Lyeth yC Jlody of 1 TH Os SCULLY his
}'atLer I wlto di ed April y~ 17th I li -lS aged 57.
Requie3Cu llt in pace Amen."

IllS
t
u T hi ~ Stone w:t ~ E· I reeled
by '-I.UY I GUJOIO :'I: in memory
of her H U:i!)~l.Ild I J on:>: Gomh»)ri who I died hu uary -I l ll
1799 I aged 5~ year,:;.
l~equi es CllL in Pace."

t
I II S
u This ).I onnm ent iii Erected by GAItRET I Xl'GEST to th e
M emory of bis Paste- i I'ity for r:" c r wh ereat Licth th e
I I
Body of his G!'llndfath ('!' & Gnlll dllloth c; r IIis Fa.tllel'
KI C " O L .\ ~ :\ t:G E", T IJl'jla r tC'l i
Il hi,; Li!e ;:'; cplcmbcl' tlt t' 20t h
J 7 j <1 :If'cd I t.i9 ~o c:l r:s ,,"~I his jl l'lhcr .\1.~ Ill." :\ l OGE :'>. T I
dcpau ed t hi s Li ft' SClltChlhe r Il:lth 17G0 I .\ geJ 66 years
hi s !,i;;tcr ).LHG ,-\.n r:T D~ I cpnl"l t"d t li i.~ Li re All g: n ~ t t he
13t h 177 S 1 A~e d 39 YC;ll'S fu r ,\ ho.se .suuls the pr:.l I ycl's
of th e Faith fu l is (sic) I::xpcctcd ."

• All !tit: .:J.ho\"c hC idHoncs arc ill t he sOllth- cast t nd of the chnrchy :ml '
14G

C O UNTY KILKENNY.

:l\1r. Hobertson writes to us as follow s :-


" \Yhell I \\":15 ill I.ondon in l S-;- 4, I ,'isitcd the crn-It of Sf. r~lIr.~
Catiledral, gild :llmo;;,t 111 e fir."t ihg ill lh e 11 001' I1Jlon ,\h ich I put my I;.,.l
was to the memory of the widow of ::;il' l:alph Gore. Th e elli laph r.m
thus:-
II To the memory of D ,\~Ir: ELIU llETII G OI.r. wife of:'= 1Il. RALI'IJ
C om;:, Hllrt .• (Jf g :tITuW11H!mO (.lie) : Bal"l"owmount] ill lile.
County of Kilkenny."
[See yol. L, pngc :? l .]

('aHa ...
l Culltirwtd /1""111 p. 423, vol. i.)
'XlI.'-
" H ie JA.cET GERALDUS COM ER F OR D
ARMIGER QUONDAM REOIUS ATHURN A IUS
C ONAC.,lE ET THOMONDI.-'E SECUNDARIUS
BAR R O SCACC AR I ET DEMUM CAPITALIS
t.l USTICIARIUS PREDICTO MOMONtA,
E X C ESSIT E \fIVIS APUD COWLNAMUCKIE
IN o aM MIT TATU W A TERFORDI..q:: 4
NOVEMB., 1604, FELIC E GUBERNIO / L LUS-
T RESSIMI DO MI NI RE G IS J ACOB I SECUNDO
ET SCOTIA TRICESSIMO SEPTIMO."

, lI ere lies thr..J:.clcllrJ.wl-41HUl, G r: RA Ll> Com; r:Fnrm, Esquire,


who wn:3 KillO" S "\H orney of COlln:H1g:ht and 'l'hulll\)nd.
Second I:aron of lhe Exchequer. :l.Ild fill:dIY ..lyas.OIPl".ifl!f."()
Chief J uqice of ;\Iull><ter. Ili.">- !if., <lep.lrI Pd al Coo!n:1llluek,
1n tIle Cuuuty ()f \\'aterfonl, VII th e -lJh .:\oHmher, lGO 1.
in t he SCC()ll d year of the Imppy ;;:\WoOrHlllt'lll of oU!' iIIl1:'tri.. u:>
Lo rd King J ames, amJ the ~lwell·a1lLlo t hirtidl l of Iii::; reign
in Scotland:
I The f,m'.~.-.in.~ i:-: :til inFcl'iplioll on :\ t:lule or alt.1r monument ngn i n ;; ~
!lIe W:111 ill lhc !lurth er11 :Iisle. The I:'tnblt:1I1S of the f' n%ion amI Crucifixi"l1
of Olll" 1.01"11 :n c di·pl.l yed on Ibe f!"Ont p;.neL The 11;1;; snpponilli: tl,,·
hen,1 has !li-llit,U ~('nlIJlllicU ill hi;.:-h , did; li z,-l'er I,ale; dexter, :t bugle
lwnl garlli~heJ . het weclI Ihl'l'e lI11dlet;$ ; .:;il1i.:. l~r. :t Chc\"ro1U bl'lwCCII tim'!)
llI'rO\\,ohcads. 'fIl e end 11 :1 11(: 1 h a~ Leell dbl'lac\:,ll, bUl lie:; Oil the P'VUlll1
14i

8lljaccnt. The arms ou this nrc-Qunrterly: 1st and ·Ill! a pile between
t wo otller:;: rc\'cl'scd; 211ll. Snl, n C!'OSS 60re belwccl! tlll'ec s \\"nl1 ~ •
• r. ~ l';\ld, or G.urN. Comcrfl.ml, who::e memory i.:S here coml!lcm (H·~te l l.
seem:;; to 1I'l \"!' beeL1 ill hj~h f:1\'or with t he <':Iu wn •
• Tilt QUI!CII tlil"Cclcd n pension of .f:?O 1l.-:rcOIr t f) be paill t o Gcrn hl
Com erford, wh o 11:-1(1 gOll e to st u.ly the Law f;)r hi,:; hel p, he IJcilig 1\
YOLL11 :.lcr bratller !\uJ dC~fi tllte of mnilll·' uan tc. ill COIlSCqllC'IlCC of iufinuiues
J!:1"I,)WlI UpOIl him in hi" limU;;. ll cr )I.lj ('~ rr g:wc him permission to fetum
to his own countl~\· for reeon!ry of his health, A. D. 1 [j~8.'

" 0. XI)[,'-

.. §Ol'l!lJliltr lilpi!:i 'tlibrs qui fum'


(CUOlllilC !15Sil £>rpulr!)rilli (Oll'tlitil
molr trgis lCilllillliilC Derr' forfil
fOllip lrrtrl'i!:i IIl'IIil. flo' tillll Ui(
l.lCl'110 flos nobilt illlurr 'tlrw!! .il-1il'
10l'C1n gen' uuir rlill" 'tle'tlit :<111gliil
nomCll. ll!il lllJ IlSl]Il<llll rl<l(l!3ilr
J,lO!:itUlllllil fillllil 'tl01ll bitlC J,lolo (ui
hitil solo e.G! mer 'tlw1:lit olll11i!:)
~JOlllpil ~~ oli &-oli bibrrr 'ilis(r
weo. 1G:2 !l.' ,
'O! fortnnllte ~tone, which clJriched by the death OrTnll~f"s
do'st CO\"('I' his bOlles in the $.cpn1c hral m()Ulhl. ThOll do'"t
holll the Hvwcr of Callan in t hy gloo my urn. yet this fl.,mer
does not rC1}ew its beam)" by ,·erllal :;hower; EII ~la'lll . the
coulI!r} o f his :1 I1 C(,51"1"$ , ;::wc to him all illlI ~trit)lI.s urome.
T he gl ur~· of a h n u ~c th;\t W:l 5 nc\"rr clo"cd s till ~\lHi\"C$~
Live for tI c:well ,,"here alol1e life is ! At deat h all the
glur," of the wo1'll.l f;lues. LC!ll"tl to ]i,c tor God ,dolle !
1629.'
'This olle(' clt';:~III . thou;rh n(,1\" sadly l1:.II11a.!:('[l monnnl"u l. i~ pl:tl"cd
hiSh un the wall of thl' l:;':l1llc lilt Ihe .;:utllhel']) .. i.le. hCI\\CCIi the willdulI" :llId
th ~· ch urch dour. l:ciJl~ Ille olll~' lIlUf:limOllllllH'lLt 01l1,j,l(' thi' c1mrch, it i~
cUI':- l'icuon~, aUll j~ ::"Ilr!ra:Jy the Ii]'·! wili·'h :\111";\('13 Ihe :ltlt'lllioa of
\' i~il or,; !o the pl.\cC'_ T he imcril'li')II. ill (,Id 1·.lI!!lish char:lClcrj, 1"11115
alOll;; :1 frnn:t:'tl ul,l'11lg" p:lUl'I. le.l,-m;::l ~pn.ce 1l1l1coul'l"c.1 HI e:tch I'TIl1 . 011
which i~ Cll t a rl'pl'c~cnla tiou of :1 h><C blL~h ill fl·\I\"(·r. 'fh i" p:lTll."Il"'LTJ'po.lrt:i
14~

n 1l!ltlt150me shield , ht'.lring the followi!l£" a.rms, vi z.- Pet' palc; (h'\[~·!·.
first ana. fonrt h, a talbot pnss:tllt; 5ccond ;Ind third, fin~ mullet" on n l"I'''.~
lon g-mired ; ~i n i~lc l', three sword.5-two ill saltier, pointi ng' Jownw[trJ~: 011('
ill pnlo.!, poi ut e,l upwards. 'l1lcre are t wo crC5fS: fir.:;!, on an cHI'lin'-",
helmet, fl'om :l COl"Oilct :1 pC:lcodis he:1d iS5ua nt j the second, a swan on'\'
a helmet. 1<::'11'11 cre:::t II ns a scpamta 1I1 0tlO on n semI! cun-illg lInd\\".l1'l1
o\'or cnch. The fir,:t is-" \'inu " YCLllIsta It; th e second-" Yiuclt
veril.l5." Oa:t ~c\'oll b':1l1'3th the shield is 111:1.t of So. li on. 11 00, I )~·I1.
A dccp'.\· ·cnt I1lnnding descends from the IIC1111CI5 at each sille, am1 termi ·
n ates ill large ta~scls. OLI n pillmlcl~ I'urmollllling' the wh ole, the l'<lcn'd
mono:;rnm is cnt in relief. J:eneath the pa nel 011 which ti,e inscriplivn is
CIII, tllere WI\3 forme rl y auolher, of wh ich (ue frame alone no\\' ri!llla ins .
• The f;l niily t o whdlll lh c t hree furegu ing 1ll 0llnment s 1..H!lullged, t raced
dcsccli t frOm t-ir Fllleo de Come rford, wh o brollg ht twenty Illell-at-anu:;
ami four knig}'!s of his own killdn~d to aid \\'illi am of XOTIlI:ll1tly in Iii"
im'a"iOIl or i::ngland. ill tll o year IOG6. I II a jl':::. qu oted by Dbke F 051\'1',
he ha>i hfc n described as •• An e g:uJely Kn yght and all cestUrI~ (If )'e
Comerford,;. Ikll'0115 of D,lJ1geall lllon:."
'A tralli rion, rransmitteJ ill Irish, lells of three bdies of thi s fa mily
(\\'110 in the story arc tenn(',J "The ::-h:ulf.d mlllll.:. ") \\ 110 supplied t o a
cerr l1in bisilUP the fnllus wh ich defrayed tllc co::t of bUilding the t hree ui"lcs
( ,f the d,urch, Uii th e U:lH and s ide ai,,]es are here commonl y
eaUl"'1. It HAtes ri le latliC3 g:we eqlll l shall'S or thei r ronu ll cs fo r this
purpose, stipnl"ting that eac h shoultl have a dil'tinct portion erccte,l on Ilel'
iJehalf j and to t hi,~ cnll~ c i3 nUl'iLllteu th e form of t he Hl'llclurc ot Ihis
portion of the building. which i,. pccul iaT t o it self.'

(1'/1 be cOlltilluedJ

Itollon:;liOlOI"C Cl!lIl"ch,.'at'd [near Bllllyraggd1 .

I. H. S.
"ERE CTED BY 11'0:\1 PliHCELL \ I =" : ME )IORY:
0" I"ls >'ATHE" nJlC I HAL: PUllCELL I
'W1I0:: ntF.:D:: IX I ;\IAR C H : 1: 1858 I AGE :'
GO : Y R An. S ."

t
I II S
H Il ERE LY ES Y nony I Of' IlOXOUIt ])[1: :\lPSEY I
WII O DE I' Ann: D 1 ' 1118 I LIFt: l~th OF H'.PTElIIJ E R !
A :\:"O Ij 3 1."
BUTLER WHO DEPAIt.TED TillS I
LIFE :\IARcn y E SUD •••• AGED 120 Yfo: .-\I~.
ALSO PRAY FOR IyE SOU l. OF JOA~ D\YY ER I
wno DEPARTED ..... ,S LIFE 1 ju. lt y E :!JlW 1749.
AGLJ GJ \.P.SH

"HERE LlETH THE BODY OF JOSEPH


BRADSHAW LATE OF FOULKSRATH,
GENTELMAN, BORNE NEER NORTH·
WICH IN CHESHIRE, DECEASED THE
23 OF MARCH 1673."

.-arh.h of Jiilrua("ahill.

'The ruins of tilC oia chnrch havc been m:ule usc of in erect il1 g III I' new.'

[This refers to the ch url'h built III 1816. (See Lelow.) A


grant of £500 was ·1l!ad~ ill 181.0 fo r tJ.is purpose.]
'There is but one plncl! of pu!..lic worship in the pnrish, antI that a
Protest:ml church (lblv), without ally parochial fumls 01' auy records
whal soe'-er. T he chapel to which th e inlmbit:lllt::! of tllb parbh, vI"
Shankill, and of a great part of Gmuge .::'yh·x re50rt, is ~itu:He ill the
parish of S!lalJ kill, on th e bl. llllaoll"Y of tbi,,; its situn tion is marked on
the map. Th ere is no glebe, and l"ul!~equently no glebe- Ilou;,e.· 1t is,
bowe\'er, cert ain tkli_ there \1':1" ollo.::e a ;.: I,· !..e ·h ou~e IUld :W acres ot'land.
'The church i" t he vnly plll.,lic Lilildilig in the p~trish; it was Luilt in
the year ISOG, by the }Jrt';;:ellt vicar (I:e\-, WtLLU M Lr.TLt), um]cl' the
ord er of Ill'. Cu; . . n:lt, tbe tll ,:, n biioho p. It stands IlP OI) the site of old
ruins, formerly cUII~ ec rll.ted a~ :t pl nce of w OI'~hip ; hut a t what ti me Ihe
decay too k place i~ lIot recorded, The cilllrcliyflnl is much t OI) .'!mnli, nnt!
consequeutl... in aucl}uflte to the pl'esellt popnbtioll (1~IC); out not\\ith4
standing relll'alCu amI enn1c~t :l]lvlicariulls ha\'1:! been lll:u]e by t ile vic:!!',
for the grant of a vrr~- few p erche~ of ground frull1 tIl e adj:l rt'n l ]H" )p ritthr,
in order to its t!lLiargelllelLt, alLd h' provide a nlOre cou veuicnt :,ite Jor the
lJelY dlUrch, lie lias not yet lIcen able to succeed.'

Thi:,; church 11;(5 ueen pull ed dfm n. nnd the materials, I


IJeli cYc, sold, silll'c llisl!staLli:dllllt'llt, ami the llari:.h unitt,d tu
'I Shankill,"'- ED.
l.}O

'LI ST or I"' Cli~lBE~TS, F.XT r: .\ CTI:D rr:(.~f Til E FIRST rf: CITS IIF.CORDS.'

"K ilm oc:lhill , r: ecf , im prop . firmn.rii - SIlE,\. nnd


Chul'ch anti cil;lllllccli ill repaycr."
"r
Il1 TF. , firm al'ii.

" h:ilm ocahill. recto impI'OJl,·iat. Sir P.I C IiAIW ~HEA, - lI EN. ~llL'\. ct
DEL L Wl lllE, "ioowe, uc \ratl:rfo:n.l, finnal'. - no cmate or scn' i~, id eIJ
sequC'i'l. Fnl ctui' ."
'·\\' II .L)I(JS \\"A1'50:-'-, illstitut. 8"' Feb. 1636, ad rect('l]', et vi car. tie
Kilmocs.h rll, in COIll . Kilkellny, n OlI t ax:tt,"
" JoHE:\ )IOOlll':, in stitut. IS'" JannaI'. HiSS, ad vica r. de Kilmocahcl1,
in com. Kilkenny. DOll tax,"
"J on ES PL DDIE Il , in:;titut . et induct. (uit, 8 0 JannaI'. 1668, ad rector.
de St. Kill, et vicar. ibm. c& (Ie rec tor. de l'ol\'crsto \\"Il, et ue , ' iCttl·, ibm,
535. 4£1. et iu vicar. oe Kilmaka kill, ill COlli . Kilkenny."
., GULI EL. TU OllAS, cl eT. coll:lt. fuit, 291:1 lli e lIIartii. IGD 9. l'td ,·jenr. de
1\ihno k::r.l1cll, ui uc. pnl. COlli . KilkcuIIY:'
•• .FR . H. C I ~ THO~IAS, c1ke .• was collnted OIl the 24th day oDby, J 730.
to the 'dcarage of J ~jlrunc:thil1, in said Cu. of Kilkell ny, amI di oce~e ot'
Leighlin ."
" .JoII N ~IIL U:Y, R. ofGl"angc· 8yke, Y. of Kill mocah ill, nlld I!. &: V. of
Powcrs.towu, 15 Dec. 17·18."
"I:ev. ErJ"\r,-\l1D Yon, G. V. Kil moc<lhill. ~1Il1 July , Ij!iG."
.. eliAS, ~T{l "r:, D,D. , I!)". Grallge. S)lv:l:, & Y. !\:ih\l!l.Cll hill, Jail . 8,
17t) S." •
'iTm:ollALD Rllnw r\ R\ oo, collated SU . .:'ITa)', 1799, I!. Grange-Si\\,:c,
Y. l\ill11 :1Ca[Ii11, h:i lk:'. u. t."
u 'r ~l. J.nf.\, collat ed I:}th Sl'pt. \ fl;! ·l, "ice Theobald J~ ro \\'nri :;g, who
held fr oln 3nl )Iay, 1J UD, autl I"t:~jgtled by dea tll; Vical"~\ge KilllIaca hill,
Co. Kiikenuy."
p Inson.J .
ADD.
JA }jES :'I IOr-GM' ~TCBBS, 1823.
'Yo L. l'uW !'A LL, 1.>.e.l... ISH (1).

Ro ... bcrcon .-ari .. h.


, In TI o!'bCl"COIl church we find, on !l. white marble mura l :5lllb on tile left
of the COJJlllI lllli vlHnble, t he full owillg in"criptiulI' !_
" ~:l c rc(l I To th e ehcri;;hcIl memory of three belowd brothers I
W110 (lied I in the :5cn ice of t heir CQUHh'y) in l udi" :1u,1
Chilla.
J OS HI! ROGt:r.s .'IAGl( .-\1 1I I I.i(' llt. & ..\dj llt:lllt lof 11.''-
') .')( h l :I'g:t. di /'II:l1 IIl Lmg-kOIlg- 3 1 Jill\" }"'-IJ I :l~l'd :3:!.
l: i CIl .\ \W XI CII II I.SOS ;\IAGIU TII I Captain ill 11.:\1. :{nl
1:(':;t. uf Ibu.; di(·d ot' \\"onw li ll'cc("hl'u in l :a ttle lICar
G'\i.di,,1' l:~ J:u;r:;\l." I ':'1 I 1;1;..:\·11:; i-.
'; t)i[ N ')lAGIIATLI I ;:-urgcOIl ill the bth I;cuc;al l.i~!Jt C:w:llry
151

I I
died at Feroz:epore 6th J uly 18-,15 aged 4 to ) ~ons of
I
JvHN A. :i\I.-\OI{ATH and ~1AR'i his wife of ll'lll'lI J alue3
ill this parish.
Er~ct ed by theil- attacil c(l siste r;:,
'Them also wh o sleep ill J C':'lI.:i will GoJ brill'; with him.'
-1 Thes. iv. H."

~ OLher members of this family are burieJ iLl this burial-ground:

Cathedral or !"J r. Canice .


.tELLS.

The octave of Bell.s which were consecrated on Xove nl LeI" 1st, 1802,
consist of the six olJ ones amI two new ones j the form el' have been t !l!! t d
t o suit the llew bells, which latter havc the follo wing in~criptious on
thelU : -
Ko.7-
"Ex dOllis Dei servitoruJn. G ULIELJIO
PAK RNIIA.l1 WALSH S.T.D. ];'1'isco1'o.
Thom a Hare S.T.D. Deallo.
Georgia n 'arullrtoll 1I00ke A ..l1. Preecentor".
M. B!lrlle,fecit, A.D. 1892:·
Ko.8-
" Per lab ares tintinaculorum.
lValiel" D. "1folltmorency A . .l!. Clwncellario.
Rouert Young Iieatl!l S.T.D. 1'hsaurar;o.
Gulielmo Gorman A.},I. Arclu'dcacllno.
M. B!lrne,/ecit, A .D. 1892."

St. !frary's CbnreTI.


(Continued fro m p. 436, vol. 1".)
'The following inscriptions arc found in this church' : -
D·O·M .
.. RICHA RD US . ROTHE. EDWARDI • FILIUS
HUJUS· CIVITAT IS· N AT ALlTlfE . MUNE-
RIBUS . PRfECIPIUS i HONO RIBU S Q
MAGNA C UM PRO BI T ATIS· PRUDETlfE
INTEG RITATIS . AC . U RBANITATIS .
152

LAUDE I PERFUNCTUS I TERRAM . SE


TE}(IE. REDDITURUM . NOSCENS I VIVENS ·
CONDERAT. I PRIMUS· CONDITUR . I
SECUNDO· JULII .1637· I BENE· ILl! .
PRECARE . QUISQUIS . ES I SIC. TIBI .
ALII. BENE. PRECENTU M.
OPIFICE. PATRICI ·OKERIN."
I This monum ent WilS raised from its original position nud l'C-uccor:!.! ('d
by Li eut.- Co l. LOl'cllz;o n oth e, last SUl'\'i"ill g 60n, nuu. ,Ann e S:llid lUl'Y
Wllite, of Killakee, Couuty Dublin. SCCO\H.l ,laught er of the latc Gcoq;c
]{othc, Esq, tjf ~ali ::.lll\ry , · Cour't)" liil kenll Y, .\.0. 1877.'
N ole. -· The me!m illg of" raisin,!!, the mOllument fl"Om its original
position" is this-th31 the present fioor of St. i\1:I1/s chnrch is nuout
2 ft et G inches hi :; her th an the origin al fl oor, so milch of the pedestal of
the nlonUlIIeut was thcrefol'c cOI!Cea lell. fiy (akin:; it duwn and I'e-se n i,,;
npon th e level of th e pl'cseut fl oor, tbo wlJOle of this \'cry retllark ub le
monument is seen.'

'The following inscriptious tlrc to be SccD ill St. ':Uary's ch urchynl'd ' :_
II Sa.cred I t o the mcmory I of A1Jermall Ih: ~r.Y IIUW1SON I
~' ho departed tbis li fe tnh of I December, l S I';, aged 7G yr.s."

I. H. S.
II Gloria 1n Excclsis Deo.

]Jere li eth)- Rody of J OA!'.' I PIUI B !:OC K ai' Dus:'i wife to I


JUli N P ntBHOCK P archment maker I In Irblilown who
uepd Oct. l- 7 1703. Ageo 39 y".
)Olay she res t iu pace ,. (sic).

"Here lietb the Body of I AI.f,XR. McKI ~SIE. au hOlle5t I


North ll:iu ;m. bte Sergt. I in hi s JI ;ljcs ty'S 3tl th l!egt. !
of Foot, who depu. tllis ! life 2:'?uJ Feb)" . 1'i7 2, ab ed I 32 yr.s."

-;-
T. II. ~.
uJOH:oi Bny:"lt! li2!!."

• ~ tl \l' ( l !'VI) ell.ll ~,1 BlI,rTagli eore •. near G ()re~briJse. -f: p.


+ 'Thl' ItUfr:; \\"~ r e COOIlUCllc cd t oo UE> u r OU1Pt cd S',.. of 15\" U",; lIe nc~ I II ~ cop ·
t~ fH' tiQlt :
153
Ian a four-5ided monument the. following inscliptioll \\ ill be COlllla' :-
I 1st side '_
"ALIIF:RT EDWARD E,,'EP.,( I son of th e latc Captain E!n:r.y I
eld e:;..t $ 0 11 of Colonel JI'IlN E~EIi.Y I of Ballycollllcllllouse I
COUllty of Cavan. IBol'Il .:\1ay ,.i. :.\ID CCt:. I Died :\1:1.y
MDC CCXLV ]."
'2nd side'-
•• He was the ou1y son of hiM mother and she was a widow.
The Lord killeth."
-1 Salllri el ii. 6.
'31'd sidc'-
.. EreC!l~d by 1 :t sorrowing mother I To the memory of I The
I
Best and most attached of sons Pl'ematur~ ly cut off I irl t he
morning of Life, thro wn I willl IIi.: 11 01'50 and Killed in I
the 2jrh yeaI' uf hi~ age. 1 .-\1:1.:> so young."
'4th side , -
II The Sorrowing ~I othe]' I after lwei.e yeurs 1 of weal'Y
waiting I now peacefully I'C~t:) BC::iiJe I Th e Be! o\'cu SUlI [
Hut she l"cfu:::cd to be comforted I ant! she sJ.hl I fOI" I will
go down into t he Grave I uuto my suo 1ll0Lll'lliug•
.March lS57. Gellesis 37:'

U I
Benealh this stone lies illterred th e Hcmaills of LicuteU<lLlt
I
Colonel TflO:.IAS .Kn:E of the :.! nu or Qu ee n's Hegim eut of
I I
Foot allu ~o n to ~TUA TF uP.U t:nu: l':~q, of Eyrrill, late I
Governor of Ill e towu ot' I G;lllwrty, \\ 110 departcli tllis I
Lit'e Ih e 13th of July 1 j' ';}[1, in the I -t J8t }'e:J.I' of his age.
This mOllumcut is el'eeted ti'Ul lI 1 the tmcst LQ\' e aud I:c.~pt'c t
to his I memory by il is mos t affee tiollilte \ wife TIIEUDO:>I ...
ErRE."

U God be mel'ciful to \Ihe so ul of ,.\IATiIIAS I LAWLElt, periwig


mnker, I wh o llh:d '::;cp temucl" I yr. 1741, aged.,l:! ye:u.1
May he l'eH ill p:l'::e. 1 .\mCII:'

"Here lieth )" botly 1of )11'. Tn OMAS I H CTTU ..... Cordwin4le l', I
wbo was born I ill leeds Yorke I ~h ie l' il1 England! & a rl ~~
man of I this Ciltie \I' ho I uc-p;'Ht cll this I Jilt: in ,f ,:j 7 I
year of hi ,; I a ge j " I U of ::: eptr. I j Oli."

"Erected hy ;o.r...1 J.'dlF'S BRY.\:'O of the City I Kilkellll~',


hatter, ill )lenlOl Y lot Ilis wifoJ ELl Z \ll lI iI I l:I:YA:-i al"
Gau:,>!J\' who J epol I ,\Iny :!~ th II~I.J, l'gl!d ~\:! !'e:lfS 1
with two r,t' their childr~n I :::',\~ItJI; L & .\I.\ I:TU ..... "
151

Glori a ill E xcelsis.


II
I
Here lies the Botly of .MI'. PHILLI P LA WU.r: or tne I Ci tty
Kilkeuny , peru ke I make l' • • . • • )lnrch " . . • . . . .

"H.ere Lyc.s y Douys of J OA!\( I Fl'fZGE r..l.L D u" K AV!:"A GII


& I 'l'H AD Y ~I O LL IIY & 3 ch ihlr. I of r . Dw . ;}10LLO\' ,
Pray for I us. )lol11 cnto Illvri. I l'j':! S."
"Here I Licth the Body of WILLIAM I J UII:-;'STON SOD to
SAItAH I JOU:O; STO.x al' Bus[; y I who departed th is life "

"Here lyeth y- DO(ly I of ELLDl' o.> R F OL LO R D ai' I ROU RKF.


who di ed I Sepl". y' 17th 1744 I agcJ •• years."

I 1
"The l:cmains of ::IIrCIJ AEL \\' ALL of th e City of Kilke nny I
~Icl'chl li e here iut end li e I
Died th e 5th of February li 8;). I
I
Aged 6i yealos. As also the l-:emains of his Wife and I
seT"cral children ,"

c, nere Heth Inten"d th e Body I of :'>11'. TDJOTHY DUNN who


depd I thi s Life Dt cemr.l Oth 17G2. Aged I 7::: yrs• .As
I
also his wi fe CAn!I~~. D UNN al" F Oll[: IST.-\L w ho lJq/ th is I
Life)lay7tb 173G. Aged:J 6 yrs.j')1nyth e l:est in P e:ll:e."

I< I
Erected by :'Ilr. J:l CIIA IW " 'ESTF. Il .\l AN in memory of his
wife j Leer "'ES"fl:llliA N OIl" Hr:E ll who I uep3rted this Li fe
I
M arch 17th 1 ; 9 5 Ag eu C(j, with two of her children. I
I
Also tb e rem uius of th e abo\'c .:'>11". !: iC Ii AllD \'· .t.ST I:: I~ll"' N
of the Cit)' of Kil ke nny, he uepllrted thL., life July 13 th I
IBI0. Ageu 75 years."

II Pray FOt' Ye Soul Of I :'II}".:;. Al'STIS nu r n o N als. I DLANCIJVJL


'rife of )Ir. J Oil", UREII ON wit lJepa rtcu This Life I Ye 12
JJay Of A pri le I 17:2-1 In Ye 51 Yea r I Uf Het' Agl:! .
With 7 Of lier Cbilureu Who I are Ill LCl'U llere."

"The Dody I of I \YILLlAlI P.OIlE HTS ON I who dcpa rtc,ll liis


Ji lu ! Th e ~ .) t b d,IY of .April 1;;0 7 I :Loed SO y car.:; I lidh
Lere, I 'l1 ,e ailecti ouut c llll;;ballll , t ender }'arent, I allll
sin cere Fricll d I were ill him uni ted to the I t \'lLI,\' h()!]I)~t
mau . ! :::It·uuy l 'il: t)' slIp portt.' ll hi.i stt.'p.s I ill tbi.i l au d
I
puiut cd bi.:> Palh t o a lult er l\ 0.-11.
Let me die..: Ihe ue:llh of the righ tcou.i I alllllct my last days
be like hi.:). '
155

Intcl'I'C1I line also al'e the Bodiesof)'lAnGEIIl" R(,)DEIlTS'):o/


his wi re I who dicd 0 11 the (jlh thy of )I:ll'ch 1 7~O I in the
55th year of hcl' ngc.
Those of two of theircl!iltll't'll I ).LU:GWf ar.d z\iAnr.
Sacred [0 the memory I :"~o of I J OIL ;\: BOln:RTsox, eldest
son of lile above \\"ll.LI , '~1 I allJ )l A I:m~RT H OBEI~TSO;\" I
lIcioyetl, E~[ ec mcd. and J: cfP\!ctCll. I A lI1.:\n of Univcrsal
Charity, I ;tcti l"e Bl'llcl'olcncc. :ill,] sincere i'il'ty I lie oied I
In the Horc of:\. l3Jissful l mlllortality I Throu~h the ~Ic\'it~
of bis l!cdecmcl' I Aogll~t 271h 1 ~39 , I age,\ 73 YI;':..rs."

KING'S COUNT Y.

U;lUn~hcr ':)111 : !! urial~~I'olind. REYXAGfl is the name of purish,


ecclesiu:.tically .

The foJlowin g inscriplion s are to be seell ill the old chlll'chyani in this
town:-
H IIERE L n;s THE nony 01" CAPTAIX " ' lLLIA:\1 I
B.r\,\I FOHD WHO DBI'D. I THIS 1. f}.'E 8El ' TR.1'IIE I
6TH I="" TilE 8,3RO YE A lt OF 1 111 8 AGE & '(B AH.
OF I au n LOUD 1~OJ .' ·
[The above is on a fla t slollc. ]

"~IAIlY AX XE '\"ILLL\~[ S DEI'D. ,.11 IS LII'E


J ULY - - (?) AGEU - - Y E ATt 8 . "
[ A tn blc t owu. ~

H HER E LI ETII TilE BODY OF C.-\PT.AI X TIIO.\l.-\.:;


GOOll L\KE (?! ltI C [L\ItD ~O X I WlIO
D E PART F:D TillS LH'E 1:"0 nA~' A G JlEn J uL Y :!GTfI
I SH I AGF:D ,53 YEARS."
Then follo ws four lilies of poctry.
[This is all n fl;\t stolle. ]

"lIt.:RE LIES TII F, UODY OF BIGOE AH.\ISTROXG


.E :'; QR 1.. \TI·; 01-' .\:-;J1Gr:o \ · ~: \\'110 11EI'.\HTll. TillS
LI FE 1' tH: 15'1'11 OF :\I.\ItCII 1;7:2 AGED:!U YJ.~;\HS.
TUE kE w.\~ FEW Wllw·a: CO:"'Dt'C'f AS A :o.o="".
U L'SU,\:\D, FAl'll J::I':, I'l,U: XlJ I .\;\"lJ J,.\~~DLOltU
-_.- .....
15"
WA S ) IORE U;o.;IVEHS.\LLY AXU IH:S Ii: Il I VEDLY
AD:,\lIH E JI III E U F. ALSO LIElS TIII~ nOVy OF ~Il{::;.
R1!:ll1!:CCA E1'RIUJlT A).IAS I A1DI STROX n
).IOTliER OF 'filE ABOVE BIGOl-: AIBISTRO:;\U I
WHO DEI'AHTEil 1' 111 8 LI FE" • • • • • • • • • (?)
[The res t i~ almost illegible.]
[A fiut stone.J
Next it, and also on a H.lt stone, is : -
H IlER E LY ET Il TilE nOD Y OF I ASDRE. \Y
AR~I STRO~G LAT E OF CASTLE AR!>IS'J'O;SG E S Q. I
WIIO ll £ I'11. '1'1115 LIFF: J li:'\E I T il E :)OTH 1 j'tiU (?)
AG ED G.! YE.\ RS I .-\l~ SO Ht S WIFE ~L\H.,y AR~l -1
STRO::\ G, ALI.-\S ill D\\' ELL wuo DEPD. J U~E
TilE 51'11 17t-.O, Ar;l<:O 56 YEAH.!'. I EREC'1'En
BY THEIR SO:< THO,lAS A101STROXG,"

"GEORGE :\IuUPHY, 17!)G, aget.l 8'4) ami his wife ~LHlY " ••••
There ::Lrc al:;Q olher.:; of tlli:; n:l.me.

" )IAR l" }<~ AH\', li77,"


[~\n upright stone.]

"r.AR BAIlA LOWE albLS 1I ... :->LtI!'O l?) she departed this li fe
th e 6 Jay of )'lay. 181 4, in the ::!8 ye ~ll' of her age.
Erected Ly her broth el" ClIIlISTB. Il.l NLo N" (?)

II ELENOR SU;\.\.\I ER died i\ pril 1 8~ I, :lged 4 year5."


[.--\u upright stone.]

II llA:O; l" AU "~~O D S, of Garhally, dep!l. thi s life JUli e the


22, 17~5, in the 4-1 year 01 her a;,;:c," &c., &c., &c.

On an ah ar tomb : -
41 nen e:l th lie the Tf' mains of CU.-\Il.LOTrr. EU Z,l BET II "· O ~)Il!'.
who Ji cd the ~5th ufJul.\", 1:::;)O, I :l!;cd G~ years, dau g: ht cl"
ofTh o U1 :\~ :lud Elizabcth \\' 00(1.:>, lat c of I'a l":)on,o,towu," &c., &c.

Ou a taL Ie t om b ~ t o ne- b inscribed: -


II To Cllt;ISTIl PttLlt Il.\uul\\· (f) who died )[ nrc11 the ·ltiL,
Ij !J l , ag.:d:..ll years," &c. , ~~C " &c.
1 ;')7

" )IARY A "'No HOLA r>D , alia~ 11 AP.LOW ( ?) ,,110 deptl. th is life
Jl1l1e 15, 17 9C, ag-ed 23 yea rs."

"BERr.'AJ:D F U I:~H died ~Iarch 2 j, 18 12, ngeil G6 yearS," &e., &c.


[This is on a fh t stone, rulll 011l1el' persons of this Dume ure also to be seen.]

~'Pray for tIl e ~olll of GE onCiE [n cut~ LA:-'THY, who depd. Sept.
the 17th, 117;6, aged 80 years. ! En'eteu by Ids son,
Ge orge Lanlry."

II S OLo}L ON DOYLE who dept. Jan)'. ·Jtll , 1772, aged GO )'1'5.


AI ~o h is wife l\U !LJGU lJ OYJ.E [als ] COU GliLAN, who depd.
l\lay th e 27til , 171:12, aged Gel years."
There arc two morc Doyles Oll tbis stone.

'" Arum Fux, of TI:maghel', tlied II Feb., 18·1ft, aged 72 yeats."


lA box or ult:l.r tomb.]

Next it is olle to the memory of:-


"l\llSS ~IARY FOX, OF nAXAG1-I~R, 'WHO DIED
12 APRIL, IS·Ii, AGF.U is YEAH S. R.I. }'."

"~IAltY lIE.\LY nee ~1'C .\llTJlY . DIED J U LY


21, 18 114 (~) aged So ·Y EAR::!."
[This is in mi ;;ed letter:;, all capitals.]

\re now com e to th e only tombstone of any r eal antiquity


that is to be see n in this burial -ground. 'Yitllill the wnll!'; of
the ruin ed church a nd nearly le" e J witll tIl e g roulld , wal ke!\
upon and otherwise injured by the thou g htless and misch ie\'ou:-;,
lies th e lllonUlll cnt:l1 record of the un ce powerful chi eftain,
SIR JOIiX COCIILA);, formcrh' of L eitri m Cm;tle, two llIi les from
B:l1mgher. H e was Dilla ~t'o f L ower D ell-in, now the Baron:'
of e:1l1y c.lsrle [Dre\\'('f J.
He sa t ill P~lTOtt'!S Parliamcnt ill
lab!.
)'Ir. Lawrence, ('If L i~l'en!!hnll. COllllty GalmlY, informs us
t hat ,. ~ il' J ohll ;'lcCau!!ld'll~. in hi::; ,\ili, tbtcll ·1.j ;)O, de sires
th at hi ~ oody liIay lfl' L;ll'ieJ ill t1u~ ch urch)"nrd or HeylJagh 01"
1bon:lcb" [ l bllagi:l'I'].
11i ~ eillest ~Oll , U;IIT£'tt :\T cCoughla n, was llllrif'd in Clon-
lII :lclI oi"e, 17th AI'ril, J(~:!!I. T hi~ G:1ITt'tt marriNl l..:1dy Oll or;L
de Bllrgll, cl:lIl.Slitel' of tIll,' lt ight lI un, f:;iJ· Hichanl Ulllk ~,
I~S

4th Ead of Clunricardc, and had issue Jolm, ~l:1.ry. JO:ln.


and Hose. She took for h er second hllSband John Panlet,
)'brq ui~ of 'Yi ncil cstc r.
Tholll llS :JlcCocbIall _ uc ttcr known in Ihllngher as '. Th e
~law "-was the last L ord of Deil-jll, JkLrony G:\1"ryc;lst!c; ;r
he died in 1i 90, nnu was buri ed under the tombstone we m'('
.. bollt to "<lcscribc.
The sla b is of the usnal si ze-yiz., about (; [ect hv 3 fe ct.
Th e upper rig:ht~hund corner is broken olT, alld mucil of th e
in scrip tion is Il carly , if not quite, ill egible, from the traffic oyer
tllC SlOll C. A large s('\-e ll-Lnlllch cro ss extcllds th e whole
length of tllC sto;~·c. Th e in scription, in rai ser! ]<.>ttel"s. all
capitals, rnns across th e head and ill double lines along both
siJcs; i f th er€' was any at the foot, it is now quit e obliterated,
Sc\'er:,l of th e word3 arc s(,p~II'ated fl'OIll cad i other by line'S,
as in th e in scr iption g i\' cn at page 3~O, yol. i. [ .'\IcCochlal/s
Cnstle]; others b~' full stops.
" 'ith t ile nssist:l.nCC of J. R. Gal'sti n, E Sq'l F.S.A.,
Bragan:;.to,vlI, CastlcLel lillgklln, the following is th e i.llSt' rip-
tioll, as far as it C.1n at prC'5cnt Le decipher ed by us. 1\1r,
G Oll'sti n S,\Ys:-
II It is import:mt to notice the mark~ between the worl1;::. They ::cem
to be sepm',\t ed by t1Jl ri ~ hl .\' Il'ol;: e::; (llOl lo t..~ 11Ii ""I~lie n f(l r the lett el' I). ur
Ily dots.. Tile bUct' (usnally Ji:l.LllonJ-~h:ljJcJ) g-cllcmlly indica te al;U]"f:\'i .
ations of grC'!lt ('l' It!ngth than th e letter :'.1 01' ;':, whi ch, in til e fil'~t flllJ 1a~ 1
lin ('~, are I'cprl';;ell tcli by the usualllOrizomal 51 1"01..e8 " \' cr tile leit ers tile.,'
follow. lI c nt'C I prefer th c r C:1J ill~ SLTFY C.·\Tlu!\I S. stl'~n:;e thotl.!!"h it bl',
to sn: (for .t) fL:GAT [\INIS , bccnn:.e no word. :::cpar:nin ;.:: lin e ,lppea r:5, :lnJ
the doubtful kU('fS arc I' anJ c, IJot L ~n,1 G. This ili a)' h:wc o~l' n :l.
mi s-rc.lJin .: ;: ut thl! stolle-cu ttcr_ I!. deprives. tb e l,night of oeillg uesu·iO(,J
as the b:lIli,..her of 11\(' ;mpn ~ I ::: .
,. ~l:lI·kiu g line-di\'i ~io n ~ by lIprights. and pntti llg couj ~etu r:1.1 porliolls in
brackets, I would reaJ Ihe iuscriptiun-

"R [ESVRGAM] I H· [~ HIC ] S [ EPVL TVS I


IACE]T 10ANNES CO· MILES QVONDA[M]
SVE G [ ENTIS] I FVIT DVX' QVI FI ER I
FECIT BVS TV M [A. D. 1576.7] ET AN ·
ElIZA B· REG ·19· ET I AN· SVFFVCATIONIS
EXACTION V [ M] IMAILEAC [ " G]."
159

"[Here lies buried Sirl Jolm Co. ~= Coghlan: Knig:llt. ne


lY;lS form erl\' chief of his" face" , Who call~ ed tllis tomb to be
m:tde [A.D: 1 576~7 J alliin Ih e 19th year of(the reign of)
Queen Elh:abeth, nlHl in the year of the extinction of the
exactions of (or H in ") Illluikag[hl'
"In the Fi:mts temp. Elizabeth (13th n ep. D.K.r.. p. 18.J) is one-30th
Ang.,24th uf her reign (J 582)-;ralltill~ (nndel' Queen's Letter of 31'J of
April) to J oh n ::II cCog-hl:w) of Cioghallc, Kiug;'s COllllly, Knight, the office
of Seneschal of JJcCoghllln's cOllnny. alias D{'1v)"r1 ;\lcCoghlan (with
certaitl bu rls, on terms stated) , for Id.;; lifl', with remainder successh'ely to
his sons Gel'all} [111(1 J o1m i ulld rccicill!!; th e surrcuuer by the g'rR'ntec of the
Capt:lincy of the COUll try, and certain lands. ( See also Cal. l'at. Holls,
p. 35. )
"This clear::;: IIp the difficulty ill the insel'iptioll of Ilis haying himself
erected hi;; mOllument, yet being de~cribed ill it as "ql1olltlam Dux,"
j01·me,.{!J Capt:lin, of ili5 se]ll. He seems to llaye l'esig'lled his captaincy,
perhaps in exclwll ~e for kuighthoou., before 1.') 77, and thell put up Ihc
monument ill antici)1atiol1 (as W:l;; not uncommon) ; and hc is said to litHe
lived IOllg after,-lli,5 wiil, dated 1590, being all r~conl in Dublin .
.. Be ll1ust have had inflLlence "ith the Goyernment , for wc find it
record ed that he, before an d after Ib j' j, and:>o latc as 1.5,S~, lIas 1'1'1)'.'atedl.v
pardolled by the CrOWD, fl S \\ ere his sons, one flf wllOlll was murd ered, and
Il lS murd erel's excluded from 1';< 1'11 011. (:--' Cl! Fiant,;, Index, :231'd l:ep.
1l.K.lU., 500.) In one of these pardons the lJallleS of numerous Coghlalls,
perhaps of the whole clan, arc givcn.
U This uame is spelled ill :1. ,':triety of ways, which lIlay lIa "e inuuccu Sil'
J ohn to ad opt fOI' the inscriptioll thc perplexing: ah~m.''fiatton ., Co."
lIICCOghla115 country is 1I 0W th e DarollY of I..ian.vcast lc, King':; County,
"hich still bas IllallY of the family, the llame being locally I)]·onoll llccd
Cocklan.
II The " exactions " requirc explanation. 1 call1lOt filld any ua t'ollY or
townl,md lI :tme cOlTe;;pollLiing to l ilat at dlC ellJ of the inscrip tion. Pel'haps
it ii) a persollal naw e."

T er:mce Coghlan , Esq., is s1lown as M.P. for the K ing's


County ill 1634.; amI John Cog-lilan, E,.q.• of Kilcolg:lll. fur
the same county, in !G:ifL 111 Iti4:!, Sir \ \'illiam Colley, K Ilt,
of Edendcrry, llppCarS:lS ~I.l' . ful' this county, .. yice Coglllan,
cXJl elied the 2:!nd J I1n[', fol' the rcLcllioll."

I n writing about the IlIodt'l'll clmrt'h of ntn nghc r, Lewis


5ays :_
,,~,\t the entrance to the t o\\- n i .. the p:,rhh cllllrch, :l hnllli"onte Nl;ficc
ill the allcient E1I;;:i:;h s tyl.~ (.of o\I"l.-iJitl!r:tllrc with a tUWl"r allli spi le, bu ilt ill
IGO

1829 at an expense of £2.~ SG, (or which £2,030 was granted au loan b.\·
tIle Illte Bonnl. of Fir$t Fl'uits.
U Tllcrc is .0.1 50 a I:. C. chapel., a I:uge plain uuilding in sood repair."

COUNTY LEITRI M .

T his county. like the COlillty Cavlln, is cOll!'=picuous hy the


total aL;,;cllcc of contriLutions, either monetary or literary,
tow:trds the Pl'csc n'atioll of it1i i\Iclllorbls of th e' D ead . E:J.~h
~'cal' we look forward with hope d c fel'l'~d to recci"iug sOllie
II Clp from the 1lI1Wy p:u'ishes with in its compass, Lut up to th e
pr e~ent witllont any r es lllt.

COUNTY LIMERICK.

JCnthlH· .. I~ J-ari .. h.
The Ren'''rend Canon Samuel Il. \Yills, ~J. A" has kindl)"
cOlltributed the following:-
• Cenotaph on the soutllcm wall of I:athkcale pari:; h church':-

,. S~ THOMAS SOVTHWELL BAR: I


DESENDED FRO M BARHAM HALL I
IN SVFFOLKE IN ENGLAND
RA- I ·YSED THIS MONVMENT
FO R HIS FAM I LLY ANNO DOMIE
16- I -76." Ii
"
c u n:clI l'L."TF.. "
'.-\ ~ ilv c r ch alice iw.l"in,; th e S outhwell arm3 over tb e following ill-
scriptiou' : -
" Th e Gift 01 the L ady EUZAlJETlI
SOU1J[JI"/, LL to tl, e I'arish Church of
Ratllkdft, (sic) A,mo lJoUlini 1jU3." '"
Ii\:
101

COU N TY LO NG FO RD .

As with the Countips of Cavan and Lcitrim, so it is with this


county-no subscriptioll, no informn.tion. This is the sixth year
of our work, and Longford appears to regard it with indifference.

COU N T Y LOUTH.

D r ogbe da , Sf. ppler' s l"ari slJ.


~From Isaac Butler's MS.]
'In the chm·ch there 1.:; ch::ls'd into the north wall a plate or black
marble with the following inscription to the memory of Captain Hall':-
"HERE LlETH THE BODY OF I LIEUT.
JOHN HALL W HO DIED I THE 13 TH DAY
OF JULY 1682 I AGED 26 YEARS."
I Oil a brass plate ' : -
HERE lIETH THE BODY DF MRS. LYDIA HOWARD,
OJ

DAUGHTER TO f.1 RS• STEPHEN HOm.flD WHO


DYED THE 10TH DAY OF P,PRll1683."
"HERE LYETH THE BODY .. AND ALSO yE BODY OF
OF CAP: JOHN HALL MRS. MARY HALL HIS WIFE
WHO DYED TH E 7TH OF WHO DIED yE 3' OF
AUGUST 1698." AUGUST 1700:
I In tlie window D!'ar the pulpit t here is rai;:;ed n. mOllllment of white
ana blnck marul ~, with an in scription t o the memory of T ODIAS PULU:tN,
Docto)" of Divinity.' [ft is nolV at the east eod of th e north gall ery,
sUrlnolluted by the ar ms of I'ullein antI the See of Dl'olllore impaled.]:-
"To BIAS PeLLEl;';, D.D., Li es buried in this Cbll rch un,lc)"
the East wiuJow on tho:- :-:'Q\uh si,It!, li e was sonH' tim e
Senior fellow ofT.C.lI. , Y iear of t uis pa rish a nd Dea n of
Ferns, a!tcrwards Hbhop (If Ck'.\Ilc :1 1H11:l st of iJromore.
lIe was an aule ant! fail h~I' 1 )linistc l' of Cllli-;t :lilt! '\ :l~
honollr"'] alltl "('I o n~d in C\"I'I'\' :"t:"ltion. lIe ,ly ru ,f:1.ntl ary
t he 22d A.D. 1712. ~.l,gcu ~-t years. 'The melllory of
J ejustis Llcssed.'-Pro•. l O c. 'i •.
Hi:!

• Close to the pulpit there is a large plate of b!3.ck marble ht to the


wall, with the following' iuscdptioll' : -
. U ;\IS.
Ju xta Dcpositre snnt 'Ex ll\'ire I ELLISfJ \YAL KF. R, S.T.P.I
Qui Pont:mre per scptcllium pilblic:c scholre profuit. I
Opernm suam Iuvclltl1ti PlIel'OrUIII jnuolcm iudagnUilo et
exerccnoo I &iClltissiTllllS. I Ing-cHuus sine preua paU jlCl'CLtlos
SillC pretio erudichat. I Probitlllcm Diligcntii\m 1I10ilest iam I
(Vil'tutes qne Yitnm " ere HOllestant. ct sure crant) in
Filioli.:;; s('dulo Pl'O IllO\'il . I ~l UltUIll de lit~l'is nec Iniuus de
mnribu.:;; Sollicitus. I Si quid ficin AdolcsCCllIi LlIll Eruditio I
Ad bonos .'l Ol'es Publicos couducat I Il nic l'lurirnnnl dchct
Chit;l:;' ct Ecc1c:;j,l. I QUlJtiui:mo LaiJOl'C fl":lct u ~ ~uceubllit. I
Obijt die lTmo .\p. An'"' S;ll : li01. £tatiil Sll!E: .lOmo.j
Uons ex dilicipnlis illius I Pro singulari erga Pl'oTc('ptorem
SUUOl affectu JlIoc l\l Ollumentum posuit .-\nn'"' 11:n.

'The CnAf':1TT SCIIOOL fol' the educatioll of poor children is in the


churchyard. Leiug fI, most comp3ct house, buill. for tbe puq)OSC, with the
full owing iuscrip tion over the door' : -
II The Charily Schools I of th e Parish of St. Peter's I Dro;lu~d a.. I
Erected in the Year I 1723."

'Under thJ win dow of tIle north c]"o~ s isl e th ere is a. huge raised tomb,
,dell the hi.:-tory of Clll'i~t' 5 Crucifixion upon the CO\'cr, in b3ss-ndief, aDd
ou th e edge the follolVing iuseriptiou ':-
"HIC JACET WAL TE RUS FYAN QUONDAM
MAJOR I DE DROGH EDA AO 1583 QUI
OBIJT 15 DECR. I 1619."

• 0 0 the COl'('r of :l. large raised tomb in th e south cro~s isle ' : -

"HIG JAC ENT PATRICIUS DOI'/DALL QUO NDAM


MAJOR DE OROGHEDA QUI OBIJT 2 DGTOCRIS
A. ONI. 1553. ET HElLOll1E OELEIIlnRF. UXOR
OEFUNGTIE 27 AUGUST AQ 001.1. 1573."

'There :11:e a multitude of p;1':ll"e ~ t oues whos o inscriptio'(ls are mostly


unintelligible. A l :wg~ tc.m b \\ jth the fi;u!'~s of :t Ulan amI W Olllllll ill
skeltl(ln forlll , in h.lut rdief, l5:'lid to be t .. keu l iP ou t of th e sca ill that
Condi tion. The oameof (lOI:LDING is in scveral places 011 Ille said tomb:
16 3

f On the east side of the sonth cross isle withou~ t he wall in 51. Pet er's,

Draughcda, there is a rem:II'bblc ill:icription upon a tombstone t o th e


mem ory of ESQR. S~n T II, who was b;lrl.l:l1'ously mu nlered with his scr \',mt
maid, as follow s ' : -
u H ere Iycth th e Rody I of P.onEr:r SMITH late of I TIa thm::lcrachan
in die I County of ;\l c:tt h £Sql'. who was I .Barbarously
murderd in th e j Olh year of his :loge toge ther with his maid
scrnnt all the 2 .ith of 1 Ja nu l'Y I ;0 2 ill th e Ili~ht time I
By J ohn Faulk ner, CIJristopher Dalton, Hichard Cl1.lIah:m ,
OWCII ~l'Do nne!t and Patri ck 1\1' Oonuoll, I the fi rst t hree
of which murderers I were cl:ccuted. :1t Trim and hanged in
chains for the said bloody and execra.ble fact" [sic].

'The iu scription aD the raised monument on the bridge, under t be


pediment ' : -
"ST£PJlEN PRICE, I I
J OHN BE[I;CIlER Builders."
[Arms of tho t own of Drogheda.J
"FIPjusce Urllis r:eipubli~ro 1 Comodi I i'l Iajor VIC Hnrs: &
COllIOn 1 com it. Yi1!re Je Drog-heda I HUlle Pon teO} 1 propriis
su mptibus I Extrux ere I Ann o Dom 1712. I T Ho)! ,\..
Gf:RARDI ~lajorc, I ST£PIU:N PRICE, JOU:oi: B ENCHE R, n."

ltIellifoo t I.-arlsh.
BOTt1"E OBELISK.

[From Is~ac Butler's MS.]


IJune 17, 17 ••
'Tbe Obclisk.-On the east side of the pedestall, in Targe cL:J.I'3.cters
gilt \.,.itb gold, facin g Drogheda ' :-

"1IEINHARD DUKE SCHQ;\IBERG I IN


PASSI!'G THiS RIV E n I DIED BRAV E LY
li' IGllTIXG lI N D EFEX CE OF LIBERTY:·
'On tb o sont b side, in large capitals':-

(.; JULY TH E FIRST I ).[DCLXXXX."


'On the west, in capita.ls, 3S do. ' : -

"TIl l S )10!\l;)IEXT WAS ERE CTED I BY TH E


GRATEFULL CONTRI DUT10:-; I OF SEVERAL
PROT ES T A!-ITS ! OF GR 1: AT nRITAIS A ND
I RELAND."
164

'On tho north side, towards th e road ' : -

"SACRED TO THE GL OR IOUS ~I E ~JORY I OF I


KING 'YILLIA,r THE THIRD I WHO ON
THE FIRST OF JULY 1690 PASSED I THE
RIVER NEAn. THIS PLACE TO ATTACK I
JAl\IES THE SECOXD AT THE HEAD OF
A ! POPISH AR)IY .-\DVANT E GIOl}SLY I
rOST E D ON TIlE 801;T1I SIDE OF IT, & I
DID ON THAT DAY BY A SUCCE.SS- I FULL
BATTLE SECURR TO U S A~D TO OUR I
POSTERITY OUR LIBERTIES & RELIGIO::-l. I
IN CONSEQUENCE OF THIS ACTION, I
JAMES THE SECOXD LEFT TIIIS KING- I
DO~I & FLED TO FRANCE.
TIllS I\IK\IOR[AL OF OUR DELIVERANCE I
WAS ERECTED I-:"J THE NI::-':TH YEAR OJ<' I
TIlE REIGN OF KING GEOIlGE THE I
SECOND. TIlE HRST STONE BEING I LAID
BY LIONEL SACKVILLE, DUKE I OF
DORSET, LORD LIEUT E X .-\.XT OF THE
KINGDOM I OF IRELA~-D I ~IDCCXXX VI."
, Below this, OIl the base, is all illscription, almost illegible' : -

"IN PERPETUA~[ REI TA~1 }'ORTITER QUA~I I


FELICITER [GEST~·E J :\1 E i\IORL\11 I HIC
punLIC.~ GRATITUDINIS )IDXU- ! MENTI
FUNDA.:'\[EN '-IA:NIBUS Il'SE ! SUIS POSUIT
LIONELIS DUX DOR- i SETLE xvn DIE m,

APRILIS I ANNO ~lDCCX:XXVI."

lUellil,••. t - (co}j t inued).


"l: ~ v. J I. 10 .
" III a Vnult under t his stolle l i ~ the morta l rcm:1im; of the
RcvJ. T. I:. FOSDEltY, wllo Wa$ for 15 yr_". th o: piou~. z(';.lou::!,
and jutiicious ill Cl1Iu bcnt of th is Parisi1 . To nil he aJd l' c.:;~e d
the wOl'lls of etel'll allifll, 3ml ill hi :; l1eerls of charilY , \,I,ich
16;
were many, all were recipiellts ofllis bounty. I lis tlf'.:lth W3!
caused by Typhus fc\'cr, c:tug:ht in the c:otel"Cisc of his parochial
dUli ,,;; ; he was thu51aid iu all untimely gnn-c, Feb. 1~:!8,
belotcd and bmcntt:!u by all. And Ill/W Lon l what i ~ my
hope : truly my lw pe is C>C1l ill thcc.-l'snhn 39. 8.
Tbis .stolle kts ht!ell 1Jlaced UCI'C by order of his widow, ~1rs.
A. ~1. FVSBt:ltY."
[From B. It nalfoUl', Esq., Townley Hall. County Louth. ]

COU N TY MAY O .

F rom this county we reg ret we have not received any in-
sc ri ptions or !lotes thi s ye<l.r, though we ha\'e se,"er~1 kind
supporters of our work, who have been reg ular subscribers.

COUN T Y UEATH.

T he following notes are from Isaac Bntler's l\ l SS., dated


about 17-40, and we belie\'e never befo l'e published. It is morc
than probable th~t some of the illscriptions given oy Butler are
110 longer legible.

Athboy-tThe yellow ford] - " ~h:;1}-blt r~ ~ e-,[;L1c1J'l:i34'"


, In the soutlIwall of t he cburch over a large t omb, a stone with the
insc ri ptioL. ';-
.. HERE L Y ETH THE BODIE OF ELIZ AB ETH
SMITH , THE DAUGHTER OF RO B E RT
COLLI ER PARS O N OF ST. COLLIE RS
CHU RCH IN C HE STE R A ND WIFE OF
WI LLIAM SMI T H VICAR OF AT HBOY TO
W H O M SHE BORE SIX SONNES, WHEREO F
TH REE WERE HERE INTERRED BEFORE
H ER SH E D IE D DECE i~8 ER 13, 1631."

'Clo5c to th c wall of the south isle in the yard. there is a large raised
tomb, with four steJls ascending l\) it, with thc in$crilJtion ' ; -
166

"TIlJ S: T OllD : W AS : ERE CTED : DY : ME: ED\YAR D


CUSACK: & : ~lR. : WALTER : L UTWIDGE :
FO R : "ilE : li SE: O F : TlI E:,t ! AX D : TH E I R:
FAlIILl E S : WIl E ::'<l [ T Il E Y] SnA L L : HE : EX Tl ::'1'. CT :
Til E : SA~lE ; TO : BE: COXT I :\,liED : FO R : E V ER:
TO: TIlt: : USE : OF : Tn OSE : OF: E I T H ER : XA)JE :
WHO: S H A LL: C LAD(: IT! HF.HE : LYET Il : T IlF.:
n ODY S : OF : J OHN : & : ROB ERT: L UTIY1DGE :
B O TH: L ATE: O F : ATun o); : TOGETH ER: W I T II :
TBE : RE lIA ' '' ' : OF : WALTER: LUTIY1 D GE :
L ATE: OF: L A KI X : A XD: OF : RICll AHD :
LUT'VIDGE: Jll~ : SO:S: DES ES ED : TIlE:
11 :
OF: J U :\E: 1102:"

, In t he chancel there is :) brge grnwstone with the following in.script ion


On the edges of it, and two coals of arms iu the middle ' : -

" Hie IACET PETRUS GOLDVlE/i .0


c:::
GOLLDI NG ET ~HN E PLUNKET UK 0
:z
[ANI] MABUS PROPITIETUR DEUS. 0
:r.-
0
::0 :;;;:
en
'"
::::l ,., 0
rn
~ :;:
~ ::::> Arms- A dr::tgon in a. fi eld. c:
en
".
UJ a: Cresl- .J.u exalted hanu wit b a oart ~
~o .0 :>:
::::> => nuder
<.::> 0 ' 5:
:c en
""
='>
en ";
::::>", "GOLlDEN." ..,
0 --i
0
.. . . .
!Xl",

:E _
;;::
o
Z
on
;:::
z~ :0::
<l: :E c:: C
0° Arms- A cast le :lDd a borse uprif; bt ; 3: en
=
"- 0
0
uuuer!lc:atb it- '" '"
:0::
--i --i
..... "" c::: :c
:;;:
1- ""
~ <l: " PLUfJI{ET. " on '"
,n
:0
0 'T' en
:0

1I1SnnnV 3\0 OVJlB d I NnH30


,..
c:;
:0
~
1.6(;, II ~I~ '16 : 80 I ~n tW1S3HJlnH IBG110a
167

Of Athboy, "Cogarr' [1867], vol. i., p. 344, says :-


'Thf're are tI le remains of an old cllUl"ch on tIle lIill of \Yard, ~... hich
measUl'CS fifty-foul' feet by se venteen. The view from the grnxeyard is
truly grand , and will amply repay the pil grim or tourist for a. visit.
Three .'.I.g'cd "hite-thorns grow oYer th e site of the altar:

Cruisetonn.
The annexed very curious plate (see p. 168) of P .ATRICK
CRUI SE and his wife CATITERIXE DALTO~, is dated I GS8, and is
r eJ uc ed from a dmwing by the late G. V. Du Noyer, in the
R.l.A., DuIJlin. Cogan, vol. ii., p. 330, says ;-
• This pal'hh derives its name from the family of CrwlsE, who erected
the CilUfCh , kcpt it ill ]'l·p ,l.il', allil cuuaweu it. LThe chm'eh is supposed to
ha\'e belollgell to the Kui gllb of tit. John of J erusale m. ] • . • • . • . . •
There is a spll'lI(liJ stone cross in thc cllmcllynrd. with the figures of the
Crucifixion .and tb e Virgin 311d CllilJ j lengt h of the emss from the sllffaee
of the earth 6 feet S iuelles, diameter of the cil'c1e round the anns of the
cross 2 feet 6 in ches. Ovet· the YiI'gill and Child is iuscriLed "AV£
MARlA." There is all inscriptioll coulluem orating l'ATHICK CRL'fSE, as
follows' : - ,

"PATRICK CRUISE AND CATHERINE DALTON,1688,"


'Cogan th en giycs what purports to be a copy of th e i m;criptioll, which
we haye alrcady givelt iu vol. i., page 29, but from which it ,lilf~rs ilt
se\'eral worJs auJ letter.;.'

Jlonaghl)atrick.
, St. l'atrick is said [0 h:t.e founded all abbey here; it was finally des-
troyed by th e Danes iu 9 9 ..1.·- ~ LcwisJ
I The chu rch, from it s ruin s, lllllH have been of considerable size. It is
3. gl"~at lmrial-piac e, :-cn:ralllLl'gc gl':1 y,-,sto lil's. but so obsolete tim! there is
no reading them. T here i$ oue in the challcd of said church, 011 the right-
hand of th e altar with th c fullowi(]g illSCriptioll ' : -

"ORAT E PRO ANIMABUS I PATRIOJJ


PLUN KET DE· I C RIBIST ON QUI O BIT
I I NOVEM B R A D 1070. E T ! ELIZABETH
BAR NEWALL I QUAM SI B I PRJ M U J
UXO R 0 ... · .. QUI OBIIT I 14 AUCUSTJI,
1000. ET I MARCARET E DLENU .... C I
QUAM DE 7 ...... D E DIN QUE I DE VITA
MIC RAVIT loS8 I ALEXA NDER PLUNKET
HE RE D ES,"
169
, On anotber, at the cast end of the church in tbe bUl)'ing-gronnJ, l\;tb
a. coM· of· arms and inscription I: -
, Cresl- A Pelican.'
4]OfoUQe-" \'irtus i ll actione comi!;tet." I
..4: N1,-s-A fess wa"y. between 3 (7) cstoilles.'
c
"COl.L IH t\T II IAS Enr: .I" RD Departed this life 12 day of
March Ii 1:. and by hi3 will dir~cted lJis Brother CHI:lSTOPIlER
E nn,\Ro of Randlc5to\"\"o E ~q~c to Lay this tom bstone iu ye
Roome of an old oue that was Defaced ill)'e Churcb of
])ooagi'patrick by time-where many of their Ancestors are
interred. For the said CbrGtopiler and his Po;;tcrity.
l~eq ui escan t iu pace."

)Soutll [ CoT Dowthl.


'G oing up the :t'\'ennc to Douth }Joose, t he re~idell ce of tbe J.d. Neter-
ville, there :tre two Piercs- on the right nre the anus of llis Lordship, on
the left the following inscrip tion ' ;-
"Til E SE PIERS I W E RE ERECTED I BY J OHN I
LORD VISCOL1' I KETTE RVILLE I AN"O
DOM. 1703 ."
'A vicarage iu diocese of ?Ie:ttb:-[Seward.1

Dro g h ellu, alias Treda ~ h.

ST. !\.\RY'S.
" Near the door of t be cast chapel is a t om b with this inscripti on ' : -

"CHRISTOPHER LED W ITCH


SHERIFFE OF DROGHEDA 1624,"
[Grose, vol. iL, 29 .]

"BISI-:OP SI M ON DIED IN 1224


AND W AS INTERRED IN THE
CHU RCH,"
The writer of the II T opogr::tphia IIi b('rnico.," in mentioning
this place, says ;_

"It is n "'icaragc in the Dioe. of ~rcath, ~ituat ~d ill the barollY of Kells,
on the l\.'balJk Qt tb~ I'i'"cr ,ljQYIJC, aLoul ·h a wi!..; LclulY Trim, amI that
169
C On another, at the e~s t end of the church in the bnrying.groDnJ, with
• coat.of-arms aDd inscription ' : -
, Cruf-A Pelictln.'
I Alottot-" V iL'tus ill actione cODcsistet.'"
'A rrn.s- .·\ ress wavy, between 3 (1) c!'loill(>s.'
II CO\.L ~[lt. TUI."S EnRARD Departed this li fe 12 day of
March 1i l~ . anu by his will directed IJi3 lkotil('r CH t: ISTOPIlER
En:RARD of IbnolcstGwn &q,e to b .y this tomb.;tone ill yC
Roome of an old one tbn! 1'\'"a3 D e(ac~d in y e Church of
DOllaghpatrick by time-where many of their Ancestors .are
iut erred. F£lr the said Chri5t ovucr and his Po~tel"it)'.
l!equicscaut ill pace."

Donth [Cor Dowthl .


'Going up the s"enne to Douth HOllse, tbe redden.;:e of the I..J . Xe ter-
Tille, there ate two Picl'es- on t he right s.re tlle arlll3 of bis Lo rdship. OIl
tbe left tbe foliowiDg illscril'tioD' :-
I W ERE ERECT E D 1 flY JOH~ I
"TH ES E PI E RS
LORD YJSCOC1' I ;\ETTEHYlLLE I AXXO
DO li. 1 j OJ."
' A vical'age in diocese of Meatb:- [Sewerd.]

Droghe du, alias Tredagh.


ST. AlAr-Y 'S.
I! Ncar tbe dO(lr of the C::J.S t Cbll[lcl is 3 tomb with this inscription' :-

"CHRISTOPHER LEDWITCH
SHERIFFE OF DROGHEDA 1624."
[Grose, 'fol. ii" 29.J

l\ie utowu AblJey.

"BISHOP SIMON DIED IN 1224


AND WAS INT ERRED IN THE
CHU RCH."
The writer of the" T opographin IliLemica," in men tioning
t his place, S,lyS : _
H It is, a "icarll;;e in the Di(oc. of )ftatb, s;tnl ted iD tIle LlrODY of Kells,

(lD the ~. b~ (of the riycr li\Jyul'J about ! a wile bduw Trim, aDd tbat
170
there was here l\ Priory for Regular Canons of the Congregation of St.
Victor, fOll nded by 81).10:-' D~ i{,'CHFOl>T, Hp. of ille:llh, ahollt the year
1206. lie also erected tile C!lUrch into a cath clhal, dcuicatcu to St. hter
and St Paul.
"Ill 1482, \\'ILLI.\lI Sm:nwooD. Bp. of !lleatb, was interred llere
before the high altar.
"The rem ains of the Illrgr old churcb are stilT in ~ing [1795], whel'c i3
also to be seell an ancieut tomb, said to Lave bee u placed there for a
danghter of King Johu."

'Jnn. IVtb, [17 •. 1]


'''1I1et'k [The Honse of Ston!!],
'Three miles sooth-west from Drogheda was Tal'ge and con ~ idcl"llble. at
prrscllt ill ruins. The I;reat church, saiL! t o be (li!(licated to ~t. I';:iuan
(Kiern an ?), is' on the right h:lnd. It is di"illed int\! two isle". by fOIiT
large al'ches. Tbe steeple wh ich is .el"y large is but low alld situated
at the we~t end of ti le north i"le li pan a bu'ge arch j the Lody of the
c::hnrch exclu si ve of the cllancel is 3-1 yal'ds in lellgt h, iJy 19 in bl'eadth.
'Under the east window of th e sondl isle, th ere is fix t in tile wall a
kinu of brown marble stone, WIth a coat·of·arms milch demolisbed, alld
the following inscription' : -
"lB. IN.''
"THIS WINDOW. WAS. MADE
BY SIRR JOHNE BELLEWE .
KNICHT AND DAME ISMAY
NUCET HIS WIFE. IN THE
YEAR OF OURE • LORD. 1587."
, In the south wall of the same isle th ere is a large plate of Llack marble
tixt, with an inscription to the memory of Esqr. TAAFH:, wh ose remains
are deposit ed in a t vmb nnder the snitl inscription. On the heaJ of saiJ
tomb is th e arms as on tL e :'.largeut.'
Probably the arms here referred to are-Guo a cross arg., tIle
crest being: a cubit arm in armour embowcd> holJing a scimiwr
ppr.

Jllliau!!otoull, l--ari!oolt of" {'~I!oitlcto",n.

'Xear a. mile on thi5 side of Juli unstown briJa-e, in a. fi(!ld, close to the
road 6iJe, thtl'(! was a cross, til e top of which is lo::;t. U11 Ihc upri£iJt,
sc\Oelallctlcrs of an incL and halt ill Icugth, mO~liy worn out by time.'
Butler here g ins some dozen or more leHers, wI.ieh arc
quite Ullintclligiblc, c:XC{!pt three or four, whidl appear to be
Irish.
171
"In the beneath tomb is buried the body of I STI'.PflEN TA .\fFE
Esq. with thnt of th e tl on101u I .ALleF: l'Lt'~KF.lT one of the
d:mgfltcrs of the I 1~1 l1 o nbl ~ .:'IJ..~TlI E1V btc I.oni of I.',\\'TJI •
l
His 1st First \\ ife. who died ill the year 1707 A gec.! 36
yean. II. · of the 1: 1 Hon"lo )I"BJ.".I.L~ H ,\R:-.t:W.: LL one of I
the dau :;hters of the I;t lI on h1c 11.:I\.I:Y, latc 1.0111 I \, i!:ic t
KlI\CSL A:':O & LADY DOW ,o,GHt of 11 0 wTH . I Hig li'd \\,i fc,
who dicJ ill l71l Aged I 37 yl'i &; of hi;:; t:'lIhmo L,\O]tI : ~ CP.
'l'AA fr.: I E~q . wllo tlicJ ill 1709, ami of HUWGET I Hl:JtC K,
ODC of the J:lI1gh tcl''S of sr J " ,,~ GUli CK!.: I Bl1l't: hi s ::Jrd
"'"ife wllo died ill the year 171 G. I Abed 17.
The said :-'Tt.:r u J::N by his hltc will appointed I the Sd tomb to
he erecl ed in hOllollr of 1tj ~ I SU Father & Sd wi\'cg, & as a
bnrial pluce I fOI" his pos terity. He departed thi" life I ill
thD 15th .August, aged ()6 ),('ars.
Kequic5C<lLlt in raC()."

'On a l ar~e t omb in the middle of th e aforcs::lid soutb isle':-


.A'rnl.-B n.u:w and B F.I::m:-:O ll lt.ll (1), with supporte rs,
[w bich Butlel' describes thus :]_U Two Beasts" at the sides, a ud below
'be sbieh] tb e motto- " Tout de 'n ll.lu t."
"THIS TO MB E HATH BEEN REPA IRED
AND THE VAULT MADE BY DAME MARY
BERMINGHAM OF DUNFERT, WIFE TO
JOHN, LORD BE LLEW, WHO WAS SHOT
IN THE BELLY IN AUGHRIM FIGHT,
THE 12 JULY 1691. AS SOONE AS HE
FOUND HIMSELFE ABLE TO UNDER-
TAKE A JOURNEY, HE WENT WITH HIS
I
LADY TO LONDON , WHERE HE DIED

I
12 JANU ARY 1692. HE WAS L AI D IN A
VAULT IN W EST MINSTER TILL THE
APRIL FOLLOWI NG. HIS CORPSE WAS
BROU GH T HITHER,"

I In the cen tre of the t own there was a br ~c cross erected on 0. pcdest:!1

of 4 steps n sc{, llllin~. th e lop of 5<1 cross i:i broke (111 & nothing remai ns
but the upri gl'l is rai::oeu ill IH1 111 n lief. On th e t''' ~ 1 :-ide the efHoics 01 :-:t.
l'der, ~t. I'.urick, & :"- t. AUcel P ..'vc. On t he ll orth siLle , th O!)c of )1ary
MagJnleinc, St. Jaco lJ, &- ='t. ll.ll'I hl,J III '.
~ Oil tbe sout h s ide tho!>c ul ;:it . ..\ulirew, S l. I\;uhcrbc, and St. Stcphcu.
172

, OYer the coatwof-arms which are defaced ' : -


"W. BATHE. I. DOVDAL."
'On th e t\-est side of the CI'OS5 ' : -

"THIS I CROSS I WAS BUILDED BY


JENET DOWDALL I WIFE TO WILLIAM
[SAl THE ........ OF I AHCAME I .•......
JUSTICE OF I HER MAJESTIE I COURT
OF I COMON PLEAS I FOR HIM AND I
HER ANNO 1601 I HE DECEASED I THE
15. OCTR 1599 I BURIED IN THE I
CHURCH OF DULEI;I( I WHOSE SOULLES
I PRAY GOD I TAKE TO HIS MERCIE.·
, Part of the cross remaining is G fee t bigh .?

4 The great bridge (th ere being a 5D1:\1I one of 2 arches) has 8 arches
over the :\nupy Wattr ( wll ieh discharges itself into th e sea helow JIl1i ~ n s­
town), aod an inscri t'tioll fi xt t o a piece of a wall 011 til e right hand going
over ad l>riJge . A coat·o(·arms o"er tbe (ollowing insc riprion, bilL worn
out':-
"GOOD ' I H S • COMFORT US . I THIS
BRIOGE WITH I THE C· ... ·· .... [ 7] I WERE'
REPAIRED I AND BUILDED 81 I WILLIAM
BATHE I OF ATHeARN<=: • JY'ST I -ICE'
AND ,JENNET DO~ I -WDALL' H IS WIFE.
IN THE YEAR· OF . lOUR LORD . GOD •
1!)87 . I WHOSE SOULES GOD I TAKE (TO)
HIS MERCIE.'·

'On the north side of the church tlleloe is fix ed in th e wall near a wio.dow
the followi o.g io.scriptiuo. ' : -

"THIS WYNDOWE IWAS BUILDED


BI RI·I ·CH A RD FLOUDI OF I
KENLIS !\1ERCHEA-I·NT THE
12TH OF JULI I 1578 WHOS:::
SOULE I GOD TAKE TO HIS
MERCI."
J73

, In t he cartb corner, onder the e'fU, there is a stone hell, with the
followi ng inscription OpOD it· :-
" I·H·S· A. DNI. 1615. I RANDAL BARlO I
ARCHDE ACON OP MEATH ~

lOll the left hand entering the church i3 a stone witb the following
inscription' : -

"THE BOD IE OF THIS TO MBE BEING IN


UTT ER RUYN AND DECAl WAS REED IFI ED
IN AN: DO M : 157 8 AN. V V ELIZ AB ETH
XX THROGHE THE DI LI GENCE AND
CARE OF THE REV-N ENDE FATHER IN
GOD HUGH BRADY BISH OP OF MEATHE
&. SIR THO-GAR " '" ARCHEDI ACO OF
THE SA ME AN :';'1 DEAN OF CHR IST
CHU RCH IN DUBLIN . BOTHE OF HER
MAIESTIE I S PRIV E CO NSAllE S~ HE-RIE
SIDNEY KNYGHT OF T H E NOBll ORDIRE
BEI NG THEN lORD DE PUT IE:

'00 a tomb5tone in the gra'feyard the following inscript ion ':-


"flie infra sit:e sunl exu,,"i:e I Yi'fi Y ('r~ Re\'erendi I J .J,COBI
~I OP.E.CRt'FT :-'.".1'. I ..-\rchJiacon i )liJensis I Voell Probi Pii I
Qni per "i;;iot i qoinqlle aonOTum sp1iium I Greg:e con~t3.nter
I
incn mben!= fidelite r \ i;6l.w it .£Je5 II a5ec Do;:o ~:lcras
I mpen3i::l p:trtim propl'ii"; I ab alii5 p":lrlim erO;:lti5 Aoctiofe:l
reJdiJil excom:wit I obiit die AprilLi nOIl.1 I Anno Dom :
Ij:!3 .£tati.i su:£! ~.j . "

[From Lord \Yalter FitzGer3IJ.~

I This olel, and :'lJl bnt now tli!'D~ed, churchY:lrd ties a fe,'- pcrche5 to the
west of tile r ooflc~~ t hough O1hcr\,i~e Ilc:ldy perfect roins of )Iolhossey
Ca.!'tie, which ~t:'l.I\J" fullr milcs Ilf·,th of :\!:Jynooth:
' The fonll·:;uil'U.!' of 3 sm.11l eLl! d C:in be trnccrl. in the bnri3J-grODll!J,
by which it :l}I',':m: to h::l\-e J~ .. n il~tcrn~\ily -!; ~ f.:t't Ion; ~nJ Jolt bro:lJ,
t he w",l15 \ref\! :!} t~ct in th~(kll('''-=' . Tl.crc :Lfl' only IWO !le"J.:.lones in
t hi" CbU fChpfJ, Coif whieb the ItJllowi:lg imcriptions are taken';-
17·1

.;-
1. 11. s.
"Here Iictb the floor of I P A"t'Il1CK G OR3UN who I Depnrted
thi s Lif~ )Iay I the 2 1st, J 808. I Here also Iieth his I
Fatber and ~l o th er."

~'Erec td By I,UI P.S 1 GL .H CO· memory of his I Brothers


W'I O dejld I I10Vr yt~ I li3G. l:ICH Ant> I Aged 10
I I
yenl'8 3m] \YILLI."'~r (7) 7. Also ye Body of PAT I
I
RICK G LASCc ~ fat her of yt afore s:l.id h.~ l::s wbo I
depart ed 11 Life '-l ay y'~ 1 1/54 , Aged J (30:'

lIIa rtl ns tow n.


CAt BaJlycurry Bridge t her e is a. stone bem'ing the inscription t:_

"ONUS P VIDEBIT IN DNO CONFIDO 1585.


[A cont-of-arms.]
THE ARMS OF JOHN BEDLOW K NI GHT
AND DAM E IS MAY NUG EN T HIS W IFE
BEFO RE TO THO MAS CAS S OF ATH BOY
MADE THIS BRID GE IN AN DOM. 1584
DESIR I NG ALL ' THOSE PASSING BY T O
PRAY FO R THE M ALL TH E RE (Qy. TH REE ].
(From b nae llutler's }'IS.]

Na1r a n .
[From J oseph II. Moore, Esq., C.E., M.R.S.A.I., Al hlumncy Louse,
Kavan .]
I ANCIEN T I NSC RIPTIONS CIV1':N IS' BP. DOPPJ~G's R O'ORT.

' DI:SCR I PTJO~ OF A T OlIB.'

U In comiterio buj us ecclio est montllllen tom b pidenm euj us dam abbatil> .' .
in con H~ nt u ibm heiis iu uno Ja((~rc sculpt ur;ls Si' X apos tolurum et ex alia
latere sex ~ l j oru m sc uJp. ill capito: piugitllr xtU:i Ilemlcns in cr uce t am
muliere ex ut raque parte eUIIl pla ugente."

" 10 ~ body of ye ehoreh t lJis inscription on a tomb " :-


"
• 'Tb. ""ord '1 In " i, left out.

I
176

" In yt middle chorus at yt root of yt arch":-

"JOHES HID J~CET NANGLE SUB MARMERE QUI III


SU OORE SUO VESCEBATUR P~li E DEBITO PROTO
PlASTI CUM JOHAimA' NAf:m EDP.UMQUE
GER ~m~E, QUI QUIEVERUNT POST OCCASUM SUS:
, AU the aboy!) have disappeared' [1 89 1 J.
'INSCRIPTIO:-;S I:>: £XISTI~G CHURCH [1890].'
• Uuder the east window' : -
" Erected to the Gl ory of God al.ld in loving memory I of TUOll.'S
FITZHEflIWRT by his wife and children. I Also of lDW.ARt>
his sou I Aho of WILLlA~ his SOn ."

I Under windows on sides of chaTCh' ! _


(1.) I Snbject- Tbe Adoration of the )Iagi.'
U And the word was made fle~b and dwelt amon~ us and we
beheld his glory.
Dedicated to the Ronoor and Glory of God and presented
to ~a .. an Chnrch by ~Iis:s JAS-': )lv RG.-\ s."
(2.) • Four miracles _ Christ stiJling tempe5t, r:li~ing Jairns dangbter,
healing womaD with issue. givin; si:;ht to a blind mao.'
"Erected to the Glory of God and to the memory of WILLlAH
)[ O RGA~ by the Pari.;;hiollers o(~a\":m."

(3.) 'Subject-4 Parahles- 10 Vire:ins, Prodigal Son, Good SamariulD,


Labourers in \ ·ineyard.'
"Erected to t he glory of God and to the memory ofWtLLI.AlI
MOkG _-\:o. by bis friends in the diocese of ).I eath."

'PULPIT (o:lk).- Inscriptioo on brass plate' :-


" This pnlpi t bas been pl-e",euted to the Church of :\a.l""3n
b,' WILl.(.UI .\It)I:G.\ ~ of Flower Bill as a memel,to of
his must sfiectionate paren ts J.A.la:s and E LIZA BETH
)IORGA:\"",
• I ch:\r~e tllCE! before Goo :"lUd tilt' Lorn Jp~n5 Olri"t
"trho .<-hall jlld:;c t hf' ql1; ck ant! the dea.d at his appearing
Ilnd his kingdom, Prea.ch the \\"ord.'- 2 Tim. -I , 1."

, L!de rn-.~ brass ea;lc and p ede~t:ll (nlue £ 11 0).'


,. Presemell by his motht"r iu Dlemory of r:("IItJ:tlT Tnnll:\S
GUtllAR.P COLLI:';$< eldr-st EOn of .r ('s .:ru C LAnlri:F: CULLlSS,
t
I
177
and ELEANOR GERRARO, hom January 1-1th, 18(;4, died
March 10, 1870.
'Is it well with tllC child' ? And she answered: 'It is wclJ.'-
2 King,:; iv. eh., 26 v. -."

(ComICNlON PLATE-Paten and Chalice ':-


"Originallg gil'''' by TIlO.lJAS MEREDYTJI,
1<sq" IIecorder for the use of the ellUreh of
Jl.lavan, 1'eJtel~'ed by the Parish 1786."
I CrowlIed hm-p. Hibernia, O.IW, 0 for 1734-5.'
'Flagon and collecting plct.les, plated, date li86:

'T.\BI.ET.:i I~ CIIA~;C E L.'


IO'I:f:lLLT:
II To 111e memory of SOPHIA ELIZ.-\. for 45 rears th e beloved
wife ofFLLm" G )'IS KSH.N O'JtnLLY of [{ athnldrQ u
Castle and of :\loulltj oy S quare !Jublin, 4th ur.ug hter of
CALEB BAR:>:FS of jl nhallsto wn ill this coun ty, a deputy
governonr amI J.P. of this coun ty and J.P. oftll e County
CaVall :lud C aptain of th e Lower Kell s Corps of Yocmanry (sic),
She died. on th e 15th day of J uu e 18 14: ill t hc 69th yea r
of her age. lI er mortal rcmains (lie at hel' o ..... n de::.il'c )
interred witb ~ ev e r al of her b{' l o ~'ed gra ndchildren in the
bnryin g gronnd of St. George's Pari.sh ill the City of Oublin.
Also t o th e memory of the 3bo\'0 1l 3 111 eJ FLF~I1 K G i-'I ).I KSTA!'O
O'HEILLY, Esqre wh o departed this li fe on th e I~ t b July
lS-t.t in tile 7 5th yea r of his age ; 3 5 yem's of which he
was 'freas-mer of this his oa th'c county , whose remains are
interreu in the above St. George's bu ri al. ground.
And also t o t he memory of FU: lI l :-oG PI I'KSTAN, grannson
of the above, wh o die d a t Ib thnl drou C a~ tl e on the 4th of
March 1848. aged 10 mOuths."

, TUOliPSON.'

" To tbe dearly helo'i'cd and cbe rished memory of th e RHD.


P.flB ERT TH mI PSON", F our th son of the b tc ':::' K I F FI~CTuS
THO]IPSl1" Esqle of I: atbnally, For 25 yen r.; n ectol' of this
parish. Thi s Tablet is erecl c(\ by his dceply afflic ted
'wid ow, as a fe ebl e trilmte t o IIis exceecling wort h ami m:my
yirtllcs and of bel' g-ratitl!l1e t o Gnu f' )1" h:wi n; lJ\cssc>d her
with 8l1ch a hl1sballt1. ~ ! ,e ;:.ormw et h nnt a~ t ho ~ c who ha .... e
no hope. H e fe ll aslee p in J esns, J :ltl, I th h 185 ;.
'Them also whi ch s leep ill J esus will God bri n,; with lI im .'''

"
176

~ TABLETS 0: BODT OF CBt:RCH.'


, FITzHEnBEnT:
~, Sacred to the memol'J of RICHARD !tenON FUZTIEP.BEP.T,
Esqre of Blackcastle Vice Lieutenant of tile County M eath,
npright, ju di-::iollS and kindh eal'ted; he was trllst ed and
bel oYed by the rich and by th e poor residing on hi:> estate.
He ~uJlP o rt e d and uirectcd Hery institution for the mlief
of th e sick, for th e benefit of the poor, and for the promotion
of the glory of God. Deeply convinced of his own sinfulness
and unWOrtlllncss and trusti ng in th e merits of his Saviollr
alone, Joyed and lamented by all, he fd1 asleep ill the Lord
Febl'Y 17, 1840 ill tile 65th year of his age and rests in joyful
hope of the resllrrecti on to eternal life through .lcsl15 Ch rist
onr Lord. His widow EL1Z .-\.BETH S ELINA, 4th daughter
of SIR HOBC I:T STAPLES DAIloT. erects thi s monument to
the best and dearest ofhusbands, with WI10lll she passed
thirty three happy yeal's. I Th e Lord gave, alld til e Lord
hath taken away; blessed be the name of the LOl'd:" .

"Iu memory of ELTZAIlF.TU SELINA widow of HTCHARD .


BU~TO!li j.' l"rzll F.f:Bt".r.T of lIlackcast Ie Esqre wll0 dlf'd July
16, 1863, aged 83. I Blessed are tlie dead which die in
the Lord.'"

I FITzHERBERT (Bn.ASS PLATE), ] S90.'

"To the denr memory of Ilh;u":RT YES EY FnzHn:BF.nT I


who died February 11, 188S, agcd 25."_\\'i~dom i\'., 13, 14.

, LUDLOW.'
Spero infestis metuo secDudis.
U

«Near this place li e;; PEn:R LUDLOW, Esql'e who I long


rcpre5en teu the Count}" of :\Teath and I whose meri~s are
still f:tithfully recorded I in ril e hearts of men. I And M.-\nr
LUDLOW" otilel'\\"i:;e I' f!.l; STO :-; his wi fe I wll ose virtues :Iud
endearin g mannCt"s I gained her the c;;teem of all. I Also
P£Tt::l t first EA1:L L Ull LO"\", their son who I departed Ihis
life the sixth {lay of Oct obe r 1603 I afler a ShOl't but pain ful
ilInes5, wbich he bore with p~ ti (' ncc [lnJ Christi:m resign ation. I
An .1ffccttll tl:tte bu::baml a fond paren t :tnd t .a faithful
friend i sincerely regrett ed by hi.::! numerons (lcquaim.a nces I
and :Ill ti le pOOl" in til e nr ighbC11lrhood . I Hi~ religions
priuciplcs stc·ady I of m:l!1l1cr.: l milll :lI1U ell p;in~ t alld hy
llature and clmrit), I aili,' u to all men. I Hccrcctcd in 1858
by the duke of Bellfon1:'
(To be con.tillued.)
r

1,9
"-ewtowu [near Trim].
U lJJLITIS n)c LUG...E DILLONJS OSSA QUIESCUNT,
CO:'\ClLIlS Uf,;OXI SU lDIUS BAROQUE SU PRElIUS,
MENSE FEBIlU ..\RlI DECDrUS CU)! SEl'Tl:\IUS
I:S STAT, TElfPORA LUSTRALI l"nO FV SUS FLUMINE
CLAUSIT J TERREX OS LIXQ UENS CCEL ES'j'ES
SUM I'SIT 1I0:-;OR£8."
TRAl"SLATlON.

" Here rest the bones of Sir Lucas Dillon, member of the Privy
Council and Chief RJ. l'on. Having' recei ved the last rites of
the Church, he ended his dars on th e seve nteenth of February,
IC3\'ing earth!y. be g ained hca"euly h Oll OUI'S,"
In anotl1 er copy of thi.il inscription which lIn') been sent us, the
following words a.ppear, which are omitte d above. rrhey are
inserted between the second and third lines, and probably the
year of his death was there given :-
"CUll SEXAGIl"TA CUll LECAT [?] QUATUOR ANNOS."

'Sir Lucas Dillon, of X-ewtowu, and of ~Ioymet, in th e County of


Meath [wllich house he built ., was not ouly cminellt in bis profession of
the Law, but dist inguished for bis Experieuce both ill Martial and Civil
Afl":lirs. . , • • •
'tiir Uenry ~idlle)' called him" Neusfidclis Lucas:' In HiG7 he was
her I\lajt'sty's Attorney.Gcucral. • • • •• lie was knighted at Drogheda
in 157ti..• • •.
'Ue ill:lITicd Jane, Daught er to James nathe, of Athcarne & Drnmcon-
ragh, Esq" Chief Darou of the Exeb eql\er: . . • . •
The above is from" Lodge," yol. i., p, 155, where a fuller
account of this worthy will be found.

l\oltblr
• In former times wa;<; walled, with tow ers, and had two gates with a
Draw bddgc at each. Th ere W IlS in thc ch urc hyard a large s tone cross
5et up in 1686, which afterwnrus in I 6n was broken J 0w n by King
Wi ll iam's men. Close to the wall of the church in the e.onth side, there is
a large t vm b with t he rllig ic3 of:l mall in a praying pos ture, his hau J5 on
('neh si llc \i ft(' llllp_Lut t ~le in,.criptirHl whkh i", on til e lcJl;cs is so worn
that it cannrlt bl' read; t ile d,lte l a·HI is 10 be seen .
• Anotller .t:1':1l·estnne t r. t he n1emory of \o: m\'A I:D RALFF' of this town,
, .. bo, with h i..; wi:'e io. :1lltick (sic ) dr('sscs nre I'niseu in ba!l5 relief. Betwce n
them the figure of.a Lell, hour I;la~"," , eoffi ll anJ ocath's heaJ . Hut no dat e.'
181

Jtoberts to\1'u.
The fine plate we gi\'e of the tombstone to ALEXANDEn
BAnsEwAL and llis wife.(\ I,SO ~" N ETTl:: FlVIL, is red uced from 3.
drawing by G. V. Du Noyer, and a description of it will be
foulid ill onr first vo1um e, page 100 (R epo rt for 18tifl).
Mr. Du Noyer states that the eminent Irish scholar. the late
Mr. H enn ess", trambled the lri5h words beneath the shield [lS
"The En gJ i; hman de\'oid of fe.11'." !\f,'. John R. Garstin
ha,-ing broug ht it un der the noti ce of two good aut:luriti cs ill
such llultters, informs us that one r ead it as n. reduplicated
name_Ii Gnn-Gall the ,rlse/'- ::md said that "Gall " was n.
known name. Th e other consider ed liGan," 01' rath er" Gawll,"
meant" wi thou t fe~lf," or 'l the {carles,,>," ami that it was Iri sh
ot the fourteenth century,- that the G would have been C
at an earlier period.
Cogan, yol. ii., p. 277, gives what appears a ve ry in complete
and incorrect accoun t of this monument.

nobert s tuwll Old Uu rial .. Ground.

The plate on the r"llowing page, representing FRAXCIS


PJ,USKEl.' alltl his wife CATHJ::RIXG, ilS from a sketch made in
1~65 by th e hte G. V. Du Ko:'er, and pl'esen 'ed among5t th e
drawings in the R.I.A., DulJlill. .:\ copy, we believe, is also
to be found in th e L ibra ry of the R.S ...'\ .!., at K ilkenny.
Th e foll owing inscription is gh'en : -

"THIS MONV MEN T • WAS ERECTED FOR


FRANCIS PLVNKET OF • ARDM··· E IN
THE .... (1 ) I YEAR 1688 WHO DECEASED
THE THRE OF MAY I 1682 • AND FOR
CAT HRIN PLVN I KET HIS WIFE WHO
ER ECTED I THIS MONVMENT • ( ON J
• WHOSE SOVL I GOD HAVE MERCY.
AMEN. "
Th e aLan.' insc ription runs 1'011n<1 th e heat] of the stone , O\"l!r
the :lIlgd :lnd all both side5 of the wings.
r ~ kr y ne .

or this place,
18J

Isaac Butle r gives the following:-


INeal' the alt"r of the church, which is almo ~t in ruins, there is a large-
grave, and the following illSCrilltion on the :!lour of the churcb ':-

D 0 M
"HOC MONU M ENTUM GUALTE RO MAR
WARD E: BAR ON DE SCRI N . MAR GARET rE
PLUN KET PRI MrE SU rE CO NJUC I AC
MATIL DrE DAR CEY MATRI GE N ER
GULIELM US . NUGEN T IUS RICH A RDI
BARONIS A DELVIN MINOR NATU
FILIUS ET JENETA MARWAR D H ErE RES
ET UNICA NATA POSUERU NT ECCLESIA
OR!'IA MENTO HIC VE RO SEPUL TIS
MEM ORlrE PERP ETU rE • JOHANNES
CUSACK EJUSDE M GU ALTE RI EX MATRE
GERMANUS FRATER SCULPSIT MANU
PROPRIA.
ANNO DO MINI 161l."

I A little distance to the n Ol'th·ea~ t stand.:; a cross, the sculpt are defaccJ.

and in th e churchyard are several falle n cro:"ses aud sowe old. towbstoues.'
-(G,os., 1793.)

INSCRIPTIONS os A:O;C I 'F.~T CHA LJ CI:S or THE I!;'ISH FRAS CISCAl'OS

STILL f.X 1ST ISO IN Tnt S COUNTRT.

[Hev. C. P. Meeh:moJ
TRi ll.

"Fr. ALEXANDE R PLUNKET T, me fieri


f ccit pro COllrelltlt F. E Mill. de TT!lIn,
AmID 1633."
{Br. Al ex ander Plunke tt cau!('d me to be m;u1e for the COJIVcnt
of the Friars ~li no r:> at Trim, ;\ nno 16S 3.'
184

"Fr. PATRITIUS GIBLIXS, Ord. Min.


Strict. Obsen·., me fieri fecit pro Co nvellt".
de Trim, Anno 1709."
I Hr. Patrick Giblin s. of the Strict Obsen"ance of the Order
of :illiuo l's, caused me to be made for the COI)\"cnt of Trim.
Anno 1709.'

COU Ii TY M ON AGRAN.

BlaDey CasHe (,hallet.


'Tbe cL~ peI in e ns tie Blaney was erected by William , tllC sixth toru
Blnof'Y, about 1G90, wh ere the family h:we been sillce iJltCl'r t'J ; their
cemetery before was the chul'ch of Monagban:- t Grose, vol. ii., p. 72.)

The Rev. n. S. l\laffett sends u.s the following additional


notes of the ':\l' Kennas, from" O'Donovan ":-
, The n:nne of th e chief in T roug:h, whose daug hter the original ~1'Kenna
manied, ''':1S Trener. IIl'Kenna, h ea l'i ll~ that his ten'itories in Meath IHld
lJeeo seizeJ on by ano th er bmnch of bh; f.lmily, staid with Lis f:uber-in-Ia\v.
The ~I 'K ennas lJecame DI2n1e"ous-eeli pscu t Ile clan of Trencr,-and set up
a chief of tlh;ir own O:1JJle.
' u Sevcral of th e presen t )1'Kennas can trace theil' pedigree t o the last
cbi ef or Baron (:IS tlH'Y call hi m)" of temp• .las. II. [O 'D ono\'an give::: a
p.:digree.) T he :'I l' Kennas were fi uaHy suppressed at Drumball aglJ er, near
Glasslough, in a ban Ie. St. ~ l e ll a ll, the patron sain t of Errigle 'I'rough-
his well pointcd ODt, nut now eo \'ereJ with r:l ~s.'

This well has quit e recently been cleared of weeds and


brushwood, &c., by the Rc,". J. " ... Taylor.-ED.
' M'Keuna's honse near Glasslough.' is meutioned-'TlJe M'li'.ennas
probably a braueh of t he :Sollthern By Xiall.'
( O·D u ~"n·,.)
" Sure
Anu allklve heard that o'er Hy-KenIi.a rr igtl s
monks
The hr~n-e ) L-\c Kr..."':SA patron of the priCEls
church
H~lt f.:w men ku ow that th ough in Oriel ne'w
His grea t ancestor thi ther WC!.lt li'OlU ':'lc.lth."
185
Errlgal.Troll:;ls.
[From the l~e v . J . Wallnee Taylor, LL.B., Rector of Errigal.]
There has been a graveyard here i ll all probability from t he eighth
I
ten tnry. T here is a. dim tradition that all older gl'.weynrd existed about
a quartel' of a mile from tlJis, bot I h:we lIot been able to find a 5ingle
trace of it. For mally years the old gl'3wyaru of ErrigaJ was the burinl
place [01' a large tract of county thickly popll1atcd, null it is nntumlly now
w ell filled; an addition to it was cOHsecrated tld ~ year by tb ~ Wshop of
Cloghcr, and now as there arc 110 l e~ s than four new graveyarus ill tIle
parish , illtcl'ments arc becoming rarer here. I t contains ahout all ncre of
grIJund, and is prettily situa ted wi th the rnin of :\0 old church in tl1C midst,
and ODC very large .sycamore tree stand ing alc.ongsiJe t. f it.'
I T be tombstolles are takcn in liucs froUl tbe ~.E. corl.er to t he);'. W. ':-

I.
H TIds !tone is erected I by J 1.)1£5 ~ I 'KI: N:\ ..r,. I in memory
of his I mot lll'r A:-/'iE ::;W.t:Jo:Nl' of Tomy a )loga,gh, who I
departed this life IJec. the 16th, 18U3, aged :ll I years .
.Also here lieth tile body of JA ) l ES ~I'KEN~A I who departed
tbis life Augt. 22nd, 1817, aged 55 yeats."

II. I Small headstone burieu.'

!II.
l.ll.S.
" Tbis stone was crecteJ I Ry OWEN ~ I 'KENNA of Cnlla.mon
in Olemory of I bis wife lU,ul.l" :\I'KE:o.'N.-\. who departed
this life I July 4th l S,).t aged 7U years."

1\' .
i-
I.ll.S.
"Here lieth the body I ofTAIH:::NN: HEAG _-\N of I AgbmachnJin
who I dl'partcd thi:; life )\ ovr. the 7tb, ISH aged 78 years I
Also bis brother FRAI\C1S llAG.-\.'" " •••• • •• • •
Llluried ill ground .]

V. ' Small headstone buried.'

VI.
" Here lies the body of JAMES ::'II'Kcl'.-r:.i of .:'.Jullanisky (?)
';lio (Hell .Aug. :2<:i11.i 1800 aged G7 yr~. Also his thmgbtcr
A NN :\l'KJ:::lIi:-> A flgeJ G mou th;;."
186

VII.
u Here lieth the bodey of T ULLT l\l'K I-:"'~A of Killfaha\'an
who dcparLed t[Jis life the 12th. of t\pril I S lG aged 66 yrs."

• A fiue stone, likely, I tilillk, belonging to the chief branch of the


11'Kennas, called" the Haron ," here.'

IX. 'SW££t;YS YAUI.T.- A hlrge vault, at olle time roofed in, wilh door
still perfect; the side stvUCS and lintel of whidl bear ,'ariOll:; devices.
The roo f il uving fallen ill, the walls WCf C eoped nod the interior filled wit h
eartII hy the gna nJiaus ill t he yea1' I S7.). The ::;wc >ny faillily was oll e of
cou shlerablc impol'l ance ill the parish in byg-o llc times. T hey were
middlemen O\'C1' a lal'g:e tract of property, but now th ey have allllos t di:;-
appeared, their representative oWDill:; a \'cry slU;J.ll fanD only of all th eir
former pos3 essi o ll ~. >

X. 'Ahllost undeciphera.ble' ! -
"Also tl:!e body of J on ... TAGGA RD who died the ••
NO\'embel' 171 ."

XI.
"H E RE I. Y I ETH THE • • • • • OF ANA JULY
w lIFE TO JOH N WI ATSON WHO Dl I ED
J ANUARY 'l'HE • • : J 1~ 9 AGED 30."
[Headstone with letters iu :lIto-relief.]

XlI. 'Buried in earth.'

XII. B.
t
1.11.5.
"lnis stooe was erected by I FnA!\C1S HAUl,.'F.T of Songher I
ill memory of hi.; fat her B Wi I A!\ lI.-\.RVEY who depd. t his J
Life Angt.15th 1803 nged 63 I ye.:lrs; '

X III. 'D arieJ bCllrutone.'

XIV.
"This st one I w as pl aced here by I PATltlCK Tn.-\I!\TR in I
Pl emory I of his daughter :l1.~HY I 'J'nAIX'Er. wbo deptJ.
tbis life I Aug:t. ~3 17 t\3 aged 7 years."
r !
I 187
xv.
U Tbis monument was 1Erected by J A~lrs SWEE),'T for him
I
and hi" d:t:ughtcr on 17 day of October ill the year of our
Lord 17 •• H CI"(l lictb the body of JA )IES S W £I::NEY late
of ••••••• !Ji!! ••••••• who clep- I :Il10d this
lifo Kov ••• 17 .• 1 aged •• years. AI ~ o the body I
of •• . • .• Slln~EY his wife I who died :\ov • •• 1790 I
a.ged SO ye ars;'

XVI.
I "Here Iy eth the body of JOHN I Jom:sl0~ \vho dr parted this
life Feu. th e 2 • 1787 I Also WU.. LI.Uf ATKISSO.'i who
i departed I this life J an . •• 1786 af:cd 90 yell's. I This was
f et'ccted by his wiJow bOOlA J O HS S'l· O~."

XVIII. 'The SI N'G L'&TON of FOl"tsingleton burial -g round rests on this old
f
I
ground at N. East (Hill of cllllrch, :lIIrl when th e chmeh was di';Ul311lled iu
1835 the site of tlte faruily pew wa~ inclnJed ill it':-
II Undernc:uh are in terred the rem:lins of I TBO:!.IAS SINGLETO:': I
late of Fortsingleton who dep:lrtcd this life I Feb. 17

I
1797 it.. tbe H year of his age."

XIX.
" Here Iycth the botly of I THOlIAS SI~GLUO:-; late of
Single I to n's OroYIl who uep,lrt eu this life I on tIle 20tb
of .May in tlae 17_ I year of ou r Lord."

:XX.
" Sacred to the memOl)" ef I TH I)~.\ $ S IXGLF:T(J~ ESQR. I
of FOl"t:oinglelon who departed I thi ~ life on the 9th of April
183 • I aged 78 years, Al.so of I rlNSABF. LLA SII" GLETON
hi ~ wife I wh o died on the 1st day of I- Deer. 1 ~.J.2 I
aged 62 yearil."

XXI.
U Sacred to the memory of J om.: ~! 'KE:'IiNA I lat e of Cayan
Cope I who departed tbis life all the 2m.! liay of J uue 11'328 I
aged 70 years.

XXII.
"Sacred I To memory of P.IC UA P.D :'I.I'GOGGII of Armagh who I
Dept. tb is life Augt. 18 18 1Gaged 66 YC:lr.;;."

XXllI.
Of A monnmen t I Erected by CO~~ CONNOL Y (?) I to himself
and his chilJrt:n 301:50 I Lis c;ram]soll CO!iX •••••"
188

XXIV.
"111 memory ofT£T RTHAG )I'Kr.~NA I
of Greagh wife of
T OAL :\l'KENNA I who died th e firs t of Augt.1 1880
I
aged 48 years Also in 1l1CUlory of his father and moth er I I
llJay they • • • ••••.••• "

xxv.
Po. I. P.
"Here lieth the I Bod,· of JOJI ~ ::;TEV~ I EN' who departed I
tbislife Feby. J2!175i agecl 76 years."

XXVI.
I.H.S.
"Here Jicth the body I of f:.ICllAlW CONLAN I who
departed . . . . . . . . . . . . . "

XXVII.
u Here lieth th e I body of ,MAltY Co I NLAN late d:mghter I
of PATK. Cot' U:'I: I of Cloo isboylc who I departed this lifo I
December ntlJ 17t34 aged 1-1 years."

XXVIII.
"'/. montlment I ~rected by WILL I -IAM COXLAS I Here
lieth tlte I body of UI:Y..l.N I CO!\LAN who de I parted tbis
I I
life May 14 17S0. Aged 56 years."

XX IX. ' Undecipherable ' : - • . • • . • • . • . .


<4 1783 aged '1 ~ I Here li eth the bouy of THOS :aI'Gu.ooDu I
who departed tllis life "Lay 19th 1791."

xx...'L I Bllried beacl ~ t one.'

x..'L'G.
"H ERE LIETIl TIlE I BODY 01<' !\lARGERY I
HO GSTO" wife of I JOB" COOTE I WHO
DI E tl TilE S IX TE EXTtI I OF :"O OY E )Ill El( 17 .. I
[Skull, cr(l3s-bones, bour- glass, &c.]
HEnE LI ETH THE BODY I OF JOIIN
COOTE I WHO . . . . . . . . .. •. I
Al\t\O lJO.\lI;-.11 172G."
[A fine tomb:>tollc, t.hc l~ttCl'lug in alto~rclie 'i"o.J
189

I
XXXH. ' An enclos ure:\t east end of church mac1e probably ahout 1835,
with two tombstones. The whole railing, &c., vcry moch dilapidated ':-
Ie Sacred to the memory 1 of TInGEn A~KETr.LL l<:SQ I of
Moun t Anketell I who departed this life I 20th JlIly I B39. I
Aged 77 year,,;."

XXXIIJ.

I "This stone W M placed here by JonN ANKETELL I of


!\Iollnt Auketcll I ill memol')' of hid brothel' Tllos..-\NHTELL
who departed tilis lifc Jan)'. 1st 18 10 I aged 26 years."
I

1 XXIV.
[ Crest au shield.]
"THIS 1I10 NmIRNT WAS I ERECTED BY
. . . . . . . . . .. FOR HDI AND HIS
DAUGHTER I THE 12 DAY OF OCTOBER
IN THE I YEAR OF OUR LORD 1755. I
HEl{E LlETH THE BODY OF J A~IES i
SWEEl\'Y LATE OF LISH EA WHO DEP I
ARTED THIS LIFE NOY. 3 1790 I AGED
8G YEAH S I AND TIlE BODY i OF
CATH ERI NE SWEENEY HIS WIFE I
WHO DI ED NOY. 20 1782 I AGED 80
YEARS."

xxxv.
"This stone I was placed netC by I P Al' nl CK TI:U N'OR in
memory of hi" dau~htcr ) 1AP. l ' I Tn~;A =,,"Olt who departed
tbis life August 2U 17 53 Aged 7 years."

XXXVI.
[Crest.]
"Here lietll the hOily I of TEP.f: :01ct; SoB" . .. . .
[B nried in ground.]

XXXVU.
i-
l.!I.S.
"This stone was ercctl!d I hy P.-\ Tl:I CK Tn .. ..... oR oi Gr:mgn
1'01" I hi:5. family June th\l 1-1 til year 1800."
190

XXXVlll.
"]Jere lieth th e body I of PATRICK SOLL- I EY of IGllavn ey I
who departed tbis Ilifethe26thdayof J December, 177 0."

XXXIX.
I
,. Here lieth the body of IJ\;G II ':\fcEuIEEL latc of Derrylone te I
I
who departed th is life December th e 2!) 174 f) aged "'ji years. I
I
H ere also lieth th e body of PAT ~Ic E ua: EL late of Drum I
wbo departed this life FelJ. 20 11778 aged 76 years."

XL. I. II. S.
"Tbis stone wru: erected by I JAllt:S MeGAGUT of Sbanrnulla I
A prn 20 1800."

XLI. I. 11. S.
"nere tielh yc boely I of Il eGI! 2\IcGAGIlF.Y 1 late of DemakoL'l.I
who departed thi~ life Feb. 1 1742 aged 40 years:'

XLII. I. n. S.
II Here Hetb the I Body of ARDL ~Ic I CAGElU late of" • _ •.

XLIII.
I
u Here lieth the body of PATRICK :\PFILLIPPS late of I
I
TomyloLannan who dep:ll1cd tbis li fe April I to
.o\ged B1 years."

XLIV. I Tombstone_undecipherable.'

XLV. 'Tombstone-nndecipherable:

XLVI. "R. R. . 1740."

XLYIl. U Hicjacet 173"1.11'

X~YIII. 'Headstone-" Here Beth tbe hody" • (Bnded.]

"This :\Ionument I is erected by I EWI), COS';OLLY I of Esker


and I J OH:\ C O:O;: OLLY I his son fOJ' I th e use of I t he . , •• :'
[Crest-.\ h:md &. nrm with ~word, cr05~en s.wonh, animal, run's head (?),
band wi th axe or Lnnnt'r. .Motto--" Cum copi:l. $.plendor.]
[lligltly ornamented :;touc j rubbin.; of hack sent herewith.]
191

L. It Here li eth the I Rody of Ilt'Oil I ;\IcKF.:'<ONA. 1who departed I


tbislife )Jay I th e 7 ] 72.'3 . I ..\ged 63 years."
[Fine stone, the sides ornall1entcJ with rude :figores.J

'There are I!. large nnmber of ornamental h t'adl='toncs on the I!ooth s ide of
the graycyard. wlJich 1 hope to gi \"c y on as a continua tioll.'
(To b~ coutinuedJ

. QUEEN'S COUNTY.

"-thy Pnri lii h.-St. Jobn's.


[From Lord "'alter FitzGerald, F.R.S.A.I., &c! &c.,
'The churchyard of St. J ohn's is a ~ma ll one; it lies in Ihf' midd le of
that portiol! of the town of Athy which is situated on the Queen's Coooty
side of the Burrow•
• The followillg inscription is the oilly Olle caned in relief; the" 3 " ill
the date mi ght easily be mi ~t:tke u for a "7," :llld woul d have been hut for
the same figllr e otcuning ill the day of the moufh ' ,-
"WI LLI AM· WATSON
NOVEMBER 30 TH 1635."
[Raised letters.l

'OIl another slab is the following':-


. H BERE I LYETH yf! DODY OF ?In GEORGE BAR I
MAN WIIO DIED y ~ 2 ·1TH OF I\':-';E 17~O I AGED
5; C/.) AXD OF Ill S SOX C/.) I IlE;>;RY HAR~lAN
WHO DIED y e ~5 T H I OF ~I.ARCH 1728 AGED 30
OFlA NE H AR~I.\" ,,"Fe [sic] TO 'I R I
GEORGE H'\R~IA" WilD nIEn I TilE .31 TH [sic]
OF ~fARCli I j2 S '" AGED 7~."

F.PIT}' I'H S IN ST, Jom,'s GR .- \YEL.u:O,

[froID tIle )fost I:e\,. ~J. Co m.. rfunl, Lonl Bi~hop of Kildnre and Leighlin,
lIU:.1.:\" &c.]
"rn memory of .1.U1ES F,\CLKs r.r. I L'lte Ser;:-.... :1Il1 in tlle anc iE'nt I
British Light IJrngs. ll ative of th f' City I Cn rslO:> I". l':ll~I:\nd I
who departed this life Fcbry. Sth 1';' 9 ~ I aged 25 )·e.1n;."
192

"WILLIAM WATSON 1672:


Qr. I s th is the S:lmc man as g iven a.bove by Lord " "alter
F itzGerald, under date 163 5 ?-Ev.

~c Benea th t his stone is deposit ed I all thnt was morbi of


SAl!U F.L I lY ALLER E3Qr. 2nd SO D of the hue I Sir lt nBF' J:l
W ALLER Bart. lI e dep:l rtcd th i:> !lifc August I ~th 1798
aged :l 3 y(>a rs.
Adiew bles t shad e alas too earlv fled
N one knew t hee li\·iug. bll t lam~ lI t thee dead
A soul .. . . .. .. .... so free from s tahl
So t ried by sickn ess and so l-' ro\'cJ by pain
His Christ ian pain a~:l i Dst torture d ro\'c
Till He:wcn atl \'u nccJ him t o the j oy ~ above.
~1rs . CA THE IU:o; E CIL\ r)UN siste r of the I above and wife of
J OHN" CU AP)IA N" ! of East. en . il ohel Esqr iJepal'ted I
this life the 6th of Man;!. 1j 9·l nged 23 I years."

"Erect eu by the breth ren of I Lodge Xo. 356 iu th e £lth Hegt. I


of Drags. in memory of th eil' late I denrly bf-Ioved brother
W :\L AR lISTRt)X G I who died 2:.!ud .March 17 9 :! aged 30 I
years ."

U Xear the S tone a tender I infa(]t lies


I
Wh o left thi" worlci to live Ilhove t he skies ,
Jo n ~ S TR ITU depd, t bi" life J Septd. 30th 179$ , aged 10 ,"

U Erected to "~IL LI A )I Onn:: of Hi nder.st ay in I th e County of


Korfolk late a P riv(l te SolLlier of I Capta in Bunbury's Compally
of tb e 80th Heg:inLent J who departed tbis life 011 thc 15th
NOHmber ! I S;J3. .\ g(>d :15 years.
11lis mement o wns pb::ed :"It the j OiIlt I ex-pem<e of the office rs
and non conur,is;:iull cd I oflice!':; alld Prh' ntes of his compa ny
to recOlu ! th eir regret fo r t he loss of a good ami I null est
so1dier. I Such W 3 5 Ihe deceased."

l 'us ll c tonn (· hnr ('h ~· ur" .

[ From J, C, Hobson. C:'l.ri ow, J I'g2."J


.. Sacred to the memor)" I of I The I:e \·u. Ernt"Ar:n \\" 1I ITT T I
AI'cllt\eaco n (If Leiglllill;; J anl1 for ·to year:, Il ncumbeLl t or
I:atll\'illy I Died .\larcbtilC 11111 18U.l [ Agell ~ -t years,"
'This im:,cl;pti on is in ordi nl ry !'mall capi tals. T he !<tone is a fl :1t
tomb"tone ll!"el with the surface, and is situatcu. at t he nortLL-eaHCl"n cnu
of ch urch,'
193
BELL.-' There is no inscription on tbe bell, except the date" 1825,"
The belJ is a smait one.'

FOST.-' Th e fon t is placed almost at th e ch:mceJ, or communion-raiL;;,


and bears the following imcriptioll ' : -
"Presen ted by the TJollrUie A RClIDEA CON
STOPFOliD, RecioI', A.D. 18,j9."

I In tbe vestibule there is a baptismal font, removed here from nath~


aspeck chl1l'ch, now a ruin •
• Inside the church a tablet is erected t o til e me mory of a member of the
COLlI'F.F. hmily of Coop(! r Hill. There are no other monUUleut.:; of ally
note worth recon.liug iu or aroulid tlds churd1.'

COU N T Y ROSCO nUI O N.

I;"ue r t ,. P nri .. h
Lies nearly due west of the town of Roscommon, on th e
banks of th e Hinr Suck. It is bounded on the west by the
CO Ullty Galwa~·. Thomas ~Iitch en , Esq., was the Lay Impro-
printor in IS;):?, when th e larges t yilla ge in the parish was
Emla, eontainlng :20 lwHS cs and 169 inhabitants.

Fnert y ( ·h u reh.
[From th e ne\'. J. Wall ace Taylor, LL.B., F:rrig-al, County Monaghan. ]
I This church, originally only a chapel · of-casc, has now become the paLish
church, the ori;:!i nal paL"i.ih cburch ha..iug beeu dismantled. 188 9.
I It wa:> built to repl.:tce ll. chnlll~1 ill DUll :\1ll0n dl!mc:;llc, destroyed by
fh'c sOllie years "!!O, and contaiuil ci(>\"en mu ml t:tblct~ 1 rClllo-rcd fr om tilt!
burnt church. Thc.,;c t:thlets are clJicJly iii memory of mCl1lbers of th e
C"C:UU: LD family of D uu:tmou .'

"llF.ltE LY E TII Til E nr.:,tAIXS OF THAT FIR:".I


PATnIOT ~\XD I l:PR I G IlT JUD GE "'ILLIA~I
CA ULFI ELD WIIO D I ED A:"::'\"o I IJO~II:\'I 1731
IX TIlE 73 YE.\R OF Ill S AGr.. I A LSO THE
RE:".IAIX S O F Tllxr PIOU S & GRA\'E ;\IATRO~ I
LETTICE Ill::; WIFE H.\ L"G UTER OF SIR
19·1

ARTlJUR GORE I BART WilD DIED A~XO


DOMIl\"J 1745 li'O TH E 81 YEAn" ' OF lIER AGE.,
ALSO TilE RE~IAI:-;S OF TUAT ~lUcn BELO V E D
GENTLElIA~ I TOBY CAU.L FIELD THl-; !ll
SECOXO sox WHO DIED Ul\"lTARRlEn I AXXO
DQ:lII:\"I 1742 A:\"I) JX THE 4i 'YEAR OF HIS
AGE. I ALSO TIIF. Rt:::)l.'\I:\"'S OF THAT nUllA:-,,'£<:
AND TEXDER I-i EAllTED I GEXTLEMA"- THOMAS
CAULFIELD TUEIIl ELDE ST sox I wno DI ED
UI"i"lUARRIED Al'l,.:,\O DOlfiXI 1747 IX TilE 59
"Y EAR OF ill S AGE."

"UXDEH.:'-:EA'I' 11 LYE Ji\"T ER ltED '.-lIE RIDIAIXS I


OF THE RT 1I0X "L" ST. GEORGE CAULFIELD I
CHlEF JU S'TICE OF I SO:-l TO
T11E KIXGS nExcn
TIlE 1I0X "L WILLL\~l CAULFIELD I AXD
LETTJCE GORE. OF XEWTOW ..... -GORE. I lIE
WAS BORX 16 SEPT!t 1697. I DIED liTH ]\JAY 1789 I
IX T1IE 8IST 'YEAH. OF ms AG}o~. I liE WAS A !oIA"
OF GHEAT K l\" U'WI.EDGE I AXD :M QST EXACT
IXTEGRITY."

JtOSCOlumOD ,\blJe y.
KlroG J'ELUf O'CU1'irWU'S T01IB.

[From the l: cv. J. W ollnce Taylor, LL.D., F.n.S.A.1.]


I To the somh of the tOWll of Bosco mlllon, close to tllc T::lilWlW S.tll tion
and Couoty In firullU,),. and in tll!~' g,-ollilds of a £ellllrman who~e 1~ ll lli e IIO\\'
escapes me, bllt wh o allows free access to tllc rtlim:, stands all that n :lllli liS
of the once DUmCl'OllS rel igioll3 eswhlishlllf'llfii (If H OSCOOl m ou _ viz., tllc
ruins of the cllll rch of a m Olln:<o ter~' for 11 rC':Jch ilig .Frin rs, foulUl ell by ouc
Feidhlim O'COIllIOI', chief of tlmt dist rict, who is hmied IJere ( ..\.D. 12.,l 3)
[Qy.12 G3.- EH. J•
']11 1692 there was .!'tanding : the walls of the nave. challcel, and OIlC
trausept, a north able of the ll~l\'e , auJ the h:lses :l DU part of ~ h:lft s of
colnmlls .!'cp!ll',lting thc:-c . ..\ ro\lnu nn u in ~illc the hoihlillg arc )lumcrOllS
IJC:,rls.toncs ~ nd t <l ml) ~l o I1 C':: , chi ,' fl~' 1I10l1e l'll, :IIlU t here nc l okell~ of WI)'
recent bl1ri:lls. Tile ruitlS arc 11111. I :ln~ glall to ':::lY, I1tt erl~" Ilrgicetl:d, Lut
tilry nrc lI o t carrd for :15 rcver('n tly :t~ Ol, e wonld ~ i5h. If l'urli a \"('\1 cml!le
8p Ol '\ erc in En gla nd, it i" \ ,IC:15r1 llt to Il ,i llk how carefully ('\"('1'.'" ~lO llC,
{'vcry fra gmellt, evcry trace w\.I1I1(1 Lc louked uft er. lI er\.! tllefc arc t ,·i-
t.l encrs of c.'lrele"£ work, iuui 5crcct OpC Uillg uf grnycs. too Hca r the \\alls,
amI general tI IOUgh tlc.sSllC5S.
19,\

I TLis building, which e:r.hibi ts traces of va..tous styles of srchitecture,


must, wh en ill il s~ l o\'y . ha,"c prescn ted fcatllrcs of rare beauty and grand e·Jr.
1'110 remains vf the tracery of the wiudo\\':; shows well ; it has been copied
judicioLlsly in the \viDllows of tIle parish c!lUrch,-ind('cd some say th o
identical tracery was removed there ; but wh :11 will nof. !"tillon!' asilcrt ?
'Th ere are some curious auomalous fe.uurcs in the rujl,s, viz.: five
Darrow I:mcet ".. indow;; high np in the w;llls aDd a bout tll!'cc-qllartcr:! of the
en tire length from the W . curl; before the ~ e start, are eight recessed ar ches
le\'e1 with the g-l'ouud-two are roullu-he:uleu and six ar c lancet-shaped,
Grruc's "Antiquities " shows a mlldl larger extent of r uin standing than
is to ue seen 1I0W.
'The main point of interest lies in a f;lirly weU-preseryed mouum elltal
Lomu, belie\"Cd to be t.hat of the foumler, F.::idlll im O' Connor. It et:md::s in
an arched recess in the X _ ,... all of the ch:mcel, abou t '2 yards from tll e E.
gable. 110 is represented lying full leJ1glh, one arm by his side. t lt~ other
acros:; his breas t, his feet resti n,!; all a dog . 111e fea"lres, and ind eed part:i
of the fi~ure, are much lllUtiilacd, said to have oLeu done by n party of
drunken soldiers early this eClltul'y, Th e frollt of the tomb COllsiFts of fou r
panels of s tou e, each contaillill g two figllres of gallowglasscs, yery carefully
cut.
'The sculpture is rough, bllt LaId, nod of fair execution. Carefu l
exam ination shows that tw o of th e p:mels differ from the other t wo; a nd [
am inclin ed to think that one or other se t hnd been brought over from the
o ppo~ it e siJc of the chnuccl, where there is a simil;}r fe CCSS to t his. Tradi-
tion says Th addeus O'Conno r was buried ill tltis abbey; but, a.s the recl'ss
contains M tl,ing:, it is impossible to conj cctnre with allY degree of sa.fcty,
though in all plObability tbe recess cOlltailleu a 10mb, pl'OLauly to match
Feitlhlim's.
'J uvt below thc kc) stone of the. arch, built into the wall, is n. stone on
which is cut the tree o]'ll al1leot, 50 often seen on t ombstones, &c.'

" Te hope, before this Volume is finished, to gi'\"c ou r sub-


scribers a dr:nving of I~il1g Fclim's tomb, above referred to,
which can be inserted uppositc tlti;; p:lge when bin diu G the
yolume.

The following int e res t in g }cttn from the late Sir 'Villiam
\Vilcle rlppe:l red in th e Jr;.~ll jJ,l i/der of 15th O ctober, U;70,
il nd wc nr(' i n (lellter\ to th e (' d itM of thnt r~p('r for this copy of
th e le tter. L et li S IloIX' that the JL'g raceful St~ltC of the abbey,
as d ~'5crill cd by Sir \\T, \yil dC', no iOllg-er C:-"1St5, and th:lt the
prescrv:lti on ~f the lIlCl11ori;lls of tilt; ~df";J.d in Roscom mon is
now, and may long continue to be, :l subject dear to the minds
and hents of the i nh aL itants ;-
196

"ROSCOMMON .... BBE1' Al\" D O'CO:-:OR'S TOMB.

To tll e EditUl' of thl! R oscolllmon ~lItSsengcr.

"DEAR Sm, - i n thanking you fot, ~'Ot\1' attent ion during my recent
"isit to the D~~ite to\\1l of my native cOllllly, allow me to offer a few
oLservati{lllS all the dC'plor:lblc ~tatc of the l'uills of the Abbey. Tho
iuteriol' of th 3t yelll'l":\ble pile-fiiled \Ii th the gra ves of Chlll'cllmCn ami
chieftain s, by who