From Blacker 1874
The body of Sir James Stratford TYNTE, General of the Army of
Volunteers of Ireland, who died the 10th November, 1785, was here
interred with military honors. Near this place are deposited the
remains of the Right Hon. James TYNTE of Dunlavin, Co, Wicklow,
buried 12th April, 1758, and Robert TYNTE 25th June, 1760,Esquires,
grandfather and father of Sir James Stratford TYNTE. Also the remains
of James TYNTE, his son, and Martha, his daughter. Whist the
patriotism of a Volunteer, and the social virtue of a tender husband,
dutiful child, fond parent, honest man, and loyal subject are thought
estimable, the memory of Sir James TYNTE will be revered.
This last sad token, O my love, receive,
Alas!'tis all your Hannah now can give.
The parish-register of the time, as already mentioned, is not
forthcoming ; but in one of the visitation-returns from Donnybrook,
Sir James TYNTE's burial is recorded : - " Buried at Donnybrook, Sir
Jas. Tente, 13th Nov, 1785.