Underneath lie interred the/ remains of Mrs. Anne Leigh/ who departed this life March/ 28th 1841 aged 56 years./ Also of two of her Grandsons./ Erected by Mrs. Sarah Kingsmill,/ in memory of her beloved son/ William Kingsmill
Here lies the body of Philip Wil/kinson who departed this life the 6th/ of April 1783 aged 16 years/ Also two of his Brothers and one/ Sister who died young./ Erected by their Mother Anne/ Wilkinson Also her Sister Mary/ Hennessy alias Phelan who died Jan/ 1819 aged 86 yrs also her husband James/ Hennessy who died Jan'ry 19 1801 aged 80
Inscribed headstone with rounded top and concave shoulders. Slab is subsiding to the South. An IHS surmounted by a cross with expanded terminals is within a sunburst. Eight small drill holes form a circle below the sunburst, and below these again there is a scroll with 'Gloria in Excelsis Deo'. There is an ogee headed panel with an urn with flames, on each side of sunburst.
Erected by John Gant of the city of /Kilkenny in Memory of His/ Daughter JUNE GANT who Dep'd/ this life The 23rd of Novr 1796 Aged 6 YR/ and Also Her Brother JN Gant/ who died Young Grandchild to william/Younge
Joeseph Blunt Alderman Anthony Blunt Here lie interred the remains of/ JOHN BARRY EsQ/ Eldest son of JOHN BARRY Co. Cavan/ EsQ/ He was a dutiful son and kind brother/ An affectionate husband and parent ----/ Of noble ---- ----/ He was high in honour ---- of ---- integrity and Truth/ Too ---- ---- ---- the G--- he met his ---lution with the faith and feeling/ Of ---- Christian./ Confiding in the mercy of GOD/ Through the ---- of his redeemer/ And died on the 19th of March 1821/ In the ----
Chest tomb comprising a badly damaged cover slab above a series of broken panels. All of the legs on the south side and one on the north side are absent or displaced. The top slab of another tomb (measuring 177cm x 70cm)has been inserted along the south side to replace the missing panels and legs. Top slab is totally shattered and the fragments are mixed with collapsed elements of the Enery Tomb (KKSTMG195. Set on a badly broken four step moulded base.
Chest tomb of a weathered and truncated cover-slab above a series of plain panels. These are missing on the East and Southeast. The top slab is cracked along the North side and broken into three pieces, with one piece absent. The rubble fill of the tomb can be seen within.
Chest tomb comprising a plain cover-slab broken in four large and several smaller pieces. The top slab has a concave shoulder at its underside. Six fluted legs support the cover between which are panels decorated with patera. These show elaborate chalices with flames and tassels in low relief. The monument is set on a three step base with a concave shoulder on the middle step. It has badly subsided to the south.
Here lies the body of Thomas/ Sweeny who Departed this life/ Oct'r the 2nd 1779 aged 76 Years/ During life he supported an/ honest character and died/ Lamented by all his acquaintances/ May the Lord have Mercy on his/ soul Amen. Erected by his son Michael/ Sweeny
Inscribed headstone with rounded top and concave shoulders. The top is decorated with a ray pattern and internal sunburst with central motif of lamb with cross. Two winged angels on each side - one with trumpet, the other holding a cross. A scroll inscribed 'Gloria Excelsios Deo' is draped between the two crosses with expanded terminals held by the angels. There is a skull and crossbones at the base of the stone.