CO-CCCF-0014

Record Date: 
4 July 2013
Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

IN FONDEST MEMORY OF

MARY G JELLETT

DAUGHTER OF 

FRANCIS AND AGNES LEADER

BORN 7TH AUG 1879   DIED 9TH DEC. 1949

AND OF GWENDOLINE S.L.

BORN 31 ST JAN. 1904 - DIED 20 TH DEC. 1985

DAUGHTER OF DR. H. AND MARY JELLETT

REQUIESCAT IN PACE

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Grave location
County: 
Latitude: 
51.909906730066
Longitude: 
-8.793071059982
Number of people commemorated: 
6
People commemorated: 
Name: 
Mary G.
Surname: 
Jellett
Date of birth - day: 
7
Date of birth - month: 
August
Date of birth - year: 
1879
Date of death - day: 
9
Date of death - month: 
December
Date of death - year: 
1949
Relationship with first person: 
Father
Name: 
Francis
Surname: 
Leader
Relationship with first person: 
Mother
Name: 
Agnes
Surname: 
Leader
Name: 
Gwendoline
Date of birth - day: 
31
Date of birth - month: 
January
Date of birth - year: 
1904
Date of death - day: 
20
Date of death - month: 
December
Date of death - year: 
1985
Relationship with first person: 
(Father of Gwendoline)
Title: 
Doctor
Name: 
H.
Surname: 
Jellett
Relationship with first person: 
(Mother of Gwendoline)
Name: 
Mary
Surname: 
Jellett
Notes: 

Gwendoline 'S.L.' stands for Gwendoline Stella Leader. Dr. 'H.' Jellett stands for Dr. Henry Jellett. His wife Mary Jellett was a Daughter of F.H.M. Leader, who is interred nearby. See CO-CCCF-0015. (Source: A. Greene).

Mary Jellett (nee Leader) was the widow of Dr Henry Jellett, son of Rev Henry Jellett, Rector of Aghinagh and subsequently Dean of St Patrick’s, Dublin. Dr Jellett became Master of the Rotunda Hospital in Dublin. When the war broke out, he volunteered as a civilian ambulance driver in the Munro Ambulance Corps, serving in France and Belgium, and was decorated by the French and Belgian governments. (Source: ACR Heritage).