Kilkenny

KK-STMG-205

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

In memory/ of/ EDMUND/ son of Daniel and Elizabeth Hubbard/ of East Harking/ in the County of Norfolk/ died 9 April 1812/ aged 1? years and 1 months/When the Archangels' trumpets blow/ and souls to bodies join/ thousands will wish their stay below/ had been as short as mine

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Inscribed headstone with sinuous, concave top.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
91
Width (cm): 
88
Thickness (mm): 
0
Memorial date inferred: 
1812
Inscription date primary: 
1812
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, in place
Condition of inscription: 
Traces
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
F. Donoghue

KK-STMG-204

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Illegible

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Collapsed, broken headstone with rounded central feature at top.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Unknown
Orientation of face: 
North South
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
56
Width (cm): 
54
Thickness (mm): 
0
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
0
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Broken, fallen on face
Condition of inscription: 
Unknown
Technique of inscription: 
Unknown
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
F. Donoghue

KK-STMG-203

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

None

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Collapsed cross-base within six pillars with rails. The rails are missing on the North and West sides. The upstanding portion of the base measures 84cm by 38cm and is partially buried. A further portion of the base lies to the east of this and measures 76cm by 92cm by 20cm.

Memorial Type: 
Cross Base
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Unknown
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
2
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
312
Width (cm): 
203
Thickness (mm): 
0
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
0
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Collapsed
Condition of inscription: 
Unknown
Technique of inscription: 
Unknown
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
F. Donoghue

KK-STMG-202

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

----------------------/--------------Owen/ Who D---- Oct ----/A-----/ Also Nicholas Owen?---/------------------------/Who Died March----(rest of inscription buiried)

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

inscribed headstone with rounded central feature and concave shouldered top.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Unknown
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
80
Width (cm): 
60
Thickness (mm): 
9
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
0
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, displaced
Condition of inscription: 
Traces
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
F. Donoghue

KK-STMG-201

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Here lieth the body of/ Anne Rebecca Quinn al. Lower who /dep. This life Aug 19th 1817 aged 19 yrs./ This stone was erected by her affectionate and disconsolate hus/band Francis Quinn ----------- /Also/ here lieth the body of Francis Quinn who /dep. This life 18th Aug 1855/ in the 69th yr of his age. Remember ye fair as you pass by/ As I am now so you will be/ Therefore prepare to follow me./ Absent or dead still ---- friend be dear/ A sigh the absent claim the dead hear

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Collapsed inscribed headstone with rounded central feature and concave shouldered top.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Francis Quinn
Relationship: 
Husband
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
163
Width (cm): 
82
Thickness (mm): 
7
Memorial date inferred: 
1817
Inscription date primary: 
1817
Inscription date secondary: 
1855
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, displaced
Condition of inscription: 
Mainly decipherable
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
F. Donoghue

KK-STMG-200

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Sacred/ to the memory of/ MARY/ daughter of/ John Nolan of High Street/ in this City/ who died June 20th 1865/ aged eight years

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Inscribed headstone with a truncated triangular top with pronounced concave shoulders and a gothic pointed central feature. At the top a cross with expanded terminals is carved in false-relief within an inset circular panel above a scroll with 'In hoc signo vinces'. The perimeter of the monument is carved with an incised border.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
John Nolan
Relationship: 
Father
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
117
Width (cm): 
75
Thickness (mm): 
9
Memorial date inferred: 
1865
Inscription date primary: 
1865
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, in place
Condition of inscription: 
Clear
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
F. Donoghue

KK-STMG-199

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Impossible to make anything out of the first three or four line the next line ends with;------------ Wife Mr-----------/and about six lines down from that P---- --- ------departed this life---October---/ in the--Year of his Age/ May the Lord have mercy on their souls Amen

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Chest-tomb comprising an inscribed cover-slab with moulded edges over six fluted legs and plain panels between. The slab is decorated with an IHS and there are small crosses with expanded terminals in the Northeast and Southeast corners. Beneath these there are possible urns (very worn).

Memorial Type: 
Chest Tomb
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Unknown
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
292
Width (cm): 
102
Thickness (mm): 
78
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
0
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, in place
Condition of inscription: 
Traces
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
F. Donoghue

KK-STMG-198

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Illegible

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Chest tomb comprising a rectangular cover-slab decorated at the top with a faint scroll. The slab covers six legs with inset panel decoration. There are damaged brick built panels between the legs.

Memorial Type: 
Chest Tomb
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Unknown
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
189
Width (cm): 
98
Thickness (mm): 
53
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
0
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Damaged
Condition of inscription: 
Illegible/destroyed
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
F. Donoghue

KK-STMG-197

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Here lies ye body/ of Patrick Bourke/ who dep'd may ye 9th/ 1761 Aged 22 years.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Inscribed headstone with stepped sinuous top.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
78
Width (cm): 
42
Thickness (mm): 
9
Memorial date inferred: 
1761
Inscription date primary: 
1761
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, in place
Condition of inscription: 
Clear
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
F. Donoghue

KK-STMG-196

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Sacred to the memory of Thomas, Nephew of Alderman Wilkinson who dep this life 12th Nov aged 63 yrs also his wife Susanna, alias Kelly who dep 18th April 1829 aged 70 Thomas Wilkinson died Feb 1st 1849 aged 53 yrs. Mary Wilkinson died Nov 1st 1861 aged 72 yrs. Thomas Wilkinson died in America Jan 7th 1897 This Monument has been erected by Robert Wilkinson in memory of his parents & relatives.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Inscribed collapsed headstone with rounded top and concave shoulders. The stone is cracked in the Southeast corner. An IHS is surmounted by a cross with expanded terminals at the top of the monument. On each side of the IHS there is a worn panel with an elaborate chalice with flame, beneath which is a worn scroll with 'Gloria in excelsis deo'.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Robert Wilkinson
Relationship: 
Son
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
184
Width (cm): 
92
Thickness (mm): 
7
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date secondary: 
1829
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, displaced
Condition of inscription: 
Mainly decipherable
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
F. Donoghue

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