1 edition of Tombstone inscriptions in Fochart Graveyard, Co. Louth found in the catalog.
Tombstone inscriptions in Fochart Graveyard, Co. Louth
by County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society in Dundalk
Written in English
|Statement||transcribed by Reverend Diarmuid Mac Iomhair.|
|Contributions||Mac Iomhair, Diarmuid.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||20|
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Cemetery records published here were acquired from Ireland cemeteries, churches, municipalities, associations and genealogists specifically for family history and local history research. These cemetery records and transcriptions have been left unedited from their original sources for purposes of illustrating what the original records reflect. Tombstones of the Omey – Omagh, Co. Tyrone £ This book was published by Omagh Branch of the North of Ireland Family History Society in and contains inscriptions from tombstones located in 15 church graveyards within the Omagh District from –
"The Louth of History" in M. F. Coffey (ed.) Louth: The Wee County (Dublin, ), (Reprinted from Golden Jubilee Year Book, see ). Teampall Bride in the Parish of Fochart County Louth. Rev MacIomhair also transcribed the inscriptions in Faughart (also in a pamphlet 'Tombstone Inscriptions in Fochart (Faughart) Graveyard' issued by the CLAHS, no date). In it there is the following: LENNON 'Erected by James Lennon Soldiers Point Dundalk in loving memory of his father Patrick who died 22nd Novr also his beloved wife Catherine who died on 17th April '.
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TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS IN FOCHART GRAVEYARD, CO. LOUTH TRANSCRIBED BY REVEREND DIARMUID MAC IOMHAIR The following list shows inscriptions as they appear on October the 31st,including some of a temporary nature intended to mark a grave pending the erection of a permanent monument.
A few inscriptions are partly illegible through damage to the on: Ballymascanlan, County Louth, Ireland, Add. As well as tombstone inscriptions from Knockbridge, Padraig O Neill's History of Knockbridge includes the inscriptions of former residents of Knockbridge buried in other graveyards: Tallanstown Old and New, Kilkerley, Darver Old, Castletown, Killencoole, St.
Mary's 'Abbey' Louth, New Graveyard Louth, among others. These are included in the listing and will result in some duplication of names. Buy Tombstone inscriptions in Fochart Graveyard, County Louth by Mac Iomhair, Diarmuid (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Diarmuid Mac Iomhair. TOMBSTONE INSCRIPTIONS IN MOSSTOWN. Transcribed by Sėamus Bellew and Noel Ross. Mosstown graveyard is shown on Co Louth 6 inch O.S. sh cm from the northern margin and cm from the western.
The inscriptions were transcribed and checked during the course of the year This article is confined to those inscriptions with Co. Louth book of death up to and including Late Eighteenth Century Decorated Headstone at Urney Graveyard, Co. Louth. XVI, 1, (),Illustrated Notes on the Devolution of Title to the Manors of Louth, Castlering and Ash, County Louth.
Unable to find the Tombstone inscriptions in Fochart Graveyard you mention in James Garry's book of tombstone inscriptions for Calvary Cemetery.
By the way, Calvary opened in Good luck with your search. Down Vol 14 Gravestone Inscriptions, Balliggan, Ballyhemlin Non-Subscribing Pres., Carrowdore, Cloghy Pres., Inishargy Graveyard, Slanes Graveyard, Templepatrick Graveyard.
IR Co. Down Vol 15 Gravestone Inscriptions (& Index to Vols ), Ballyhalbert Graveyard, Ballyhalbert Church of Ireland, Glastry Pres., Whitechurch. Index To Louth Inscriptions Townsend - Watt Key to Abbreviations ¦ County Louth Memorial Inscriptions Reference Books ¦ Abernethy - Beresford ¦ Bergin - Brabazon ¦ Brackinng - Burns ¦ Burrows - Byrns ¦ Bywater - Carpenter ¦ Carr - Chambers ¦ Chamney - Connick ¦ Connolly - Coyne ¦ Craig - Davis ¦ Davit - Doran ¦ Dore - Everitt ¦ Evers - Finigan ¦ Finlay - Garity ¦ Garlan - Gray.
Dunany - Patrick Mallon and Noel Ross, 'Gravestone Inscriptions in Dunany and Salterstown' in Journal of the County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society ; see also Séamus Bellew, 'Inscriptions and Heraldry in St. Mary's Church, Castlebellingham and in St. John the Baptist's Church, Dunany, Co.
Louth' in Journal of the County Louth. Name Index To Tombstone Inscriptions, Co. Louth: This listing, intended as a genealogical aid and containing o records, is a name index to the Tombstone Inscriptions that are available in print, from various sources.
View: Charlestown Inscriptions, Co. Louth: Monuments of the Dead in Charlestown Church. View: Clonkeen Inscriptions, Co. Agnew, Marie & Bogan, Alan, The sinking of the SS Dundalk: A story of loss, survival and the effect on an Irish town, Write Space Publishing, Dundalk Aiken, Siobhra & Mac Bhloscaidh, Fearghal & Ó Duibhir, Liam & Ó Tuama Diarmuid (eds), The men will talk to me, Ernie O’Malley’s interviews with the northern divisions, Merrion Press, Dublin (Includes material on Co Louth ).
Journal of the County Louth Archaeological and Historical Society: National Library of Ireland Ir L 2: Castletown: Castletown: Indexed online: Published: Tombstone Inscriptions in Castletown Graveyard, Dundalk Noel Ross: National Library of Ireland Ir p1(1) Charlestown: Charlestown: Church of Ireland: Online: Published.
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Tombstone inscriptions in Castletown graveyard Dundalk by,Old Dundalk Society, Dundalgan Press edition, in EnglishPages: The homepage of Irish Graveyard Surveyors.
This site provides the facility to search a number of Irish graveyards to locate a specific grave or simply to browse through a graveyard or number of graveyards. Name Index To Tombstone Inscriptions, Co. Louth View This listing, intended as a genealogical aid and containing o records, is a name index to the Tombstone Inscriptions that are available in print, from various sources.
The North of Ireland Family History Society (NIFHS) holds over 50 journal series and many of these contain lists of graveyard inscriptions that the Society has indexed. See the Journals page to find which journals have been indexed. The indexed articles cover graveyard inscriptions from many places: all the counties of Northern Ireland, half the counties of the Republic of Ireland, and some.
Search largest collection of online gravestone inscriptions in Northern Ireland. 53,+ inscriptions from + graveyards in Antrim, Armagh, Down, Fermanagh, Londonderry and Tyrone. I have an index to all printed gravestone inscriptions for Co.
Louth, but there is no Stephen Lennon in it. Rev MacIomhair also transcribed the inscriptions in Faughart (also in a pamphlet 'Tombstone Inscriptions in Fochart (Faughart) Graveyard' issued by the CLAHS, no.
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Louth: Fochart - Tombstone Inscriptions Marriage Allegations, Tombstone Inscriptions in Fochart Graveyard, In Preparation County: Louth Country: Ireland Marmion Erected by Mary Marmion of Carrickedmond in memory of her husband James Marmion who depd this life 12 Jun aged 52 years also her son Thomas died 10 Dec aged Lissycasey Graveyard Headstone Inscriptions - updated to 25 March ( records) donated by Anne Hayes 26th March Drumcliff Graveyard (Section B), Ennis (1, records) donated by Clare Roots Society 11th March Lissycasey Graveyard Headstone Inscriptions - updated to 1 January ( records) donated by Anne Hayes 12th January 26 May - Explore edwards's board "Old headstones and cemeteries", which is followed by people on Pinterest.
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