Kilkenny

KK-STMG-043

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

To the memory of/ HENRY HATTON/ of Prospect, Clonard/ and Co. Wexford Regiment./ Born 1791/ and died in Kilkenny 1865/ and of his daughter/ ANNE HATTON/ born at Prospect 1822/ and died in Kilkenny 11th February 1907.I am the Resurrection and the Life sayeth the Lord, He that Believeth in Me though he were dead, yet shall he live

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

This is a headstone on a two step chamfered base, the stone top is pointed with rounded shoulders. The second step of the base bears the family name Hatton in capital letters in false relief.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
201
Width (cm): 
107
Thickness (mm): 
46
Memorial date inferred: 
1865
Inscription date primary: 
1865
Inscription date secondary: 
1907
Memorial material: 
Polished Granite
Condition of grave: 
Sound, in place
Condition of inscription: 
Clear
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-042

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

TO THE MEMORY OF / MARIANNE BAILLIE/ Only Child of G.C. Buchanan/ Proprietor of the English Academy/ In a Short but estimable Life she---/ All those Virtues and Qualities of head and heart which shed lustre on the several relations, of Daughter, Wife, Mother and friends. In a long and painful distemper she displayed and all embracing edifying, fortitude, patience, and resignation with true piety and christian hope, which alone can inspire. She died May 9th 1819 in her 19th year. This monument is erected by a father whose affliction is deep as could be.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Mural plaque with a triangular top with concave semi circular shoulders and an elaborate chalice with flames in relief. This is above an inscribed panel. It is quite overgrown although it remains in good condition otherwise.

Memorial Type: 
Mural plaque
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
145
Width (cm): 
64
Thickness (mm): 
8
Memorial date inferred: 
1819
Inscription date primary: 
1819
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Overgrown
Condition of inscription: 
Mainly decipherable
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-041

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF MARY MAC NISH YOUNGEST DAUGHTER OF THE LATE ROBERT MAC NISH ESQ 6 ---- HOUSE SCOTLAND WHO DIED ON 7 MARCH 1819 AGED 19 YEARS AND HARRIET HER SISTER WHO DIED THE 1 OF DECEMBER 18-1 ALSO THEIR COUSIN ---- ---- WHO DIED ---- 1853 AGED 26 YEARS

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

This is a cuboid pedestal tomb on a 1 step base, which originally had a truncated pediment above. An element probably an urn or chalice is now missing from the top of the pediment. The inscription is inferred from Buggy (1965, 42). The monument was probably erected by the Reverend Robert McNish.

Memorial Type: 
Pedestal Tomb
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Presbyterian
Orientation of face: 
West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
111
Width (cm): 
70
Thickness (mm): 
35
Memorial date inferred: 
1810
Inscription date primary: 
1810
Inscription date secondary: 
1801
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, damaged
Condition of inscription: 
Mainly decipherable
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-040

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Erected by James Fielding of this City in memory of his father James Fielding who died January 1815, also his two sons Thomas and Henry Fielding, the former died March 20th 1817 aged 2 years and the latter died October 25th 1819 aged 2 years 7 months.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

This was originally a cuboid pedestal with a pedimented top. The pediment has since fallen off and is lying in front of the slab. It is heavily overgrown with ivy. The stone is now mostly illegible, the inscription inferred from Buggy (1965, 21) as it lies beside a known headstone.

Memorial Type: 
Pedestal Tomb
Erected by: 
James Fielding
Relationship: 
Son
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
83
Width (cm): 
69
Thickness (mm): 
14
Memorial date inferred: 
1815
Inscription date primary: 
1815
Inscription date secondary: 
1817
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, damaged
Condition of inscription: 
Illegible/destroyed
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-039

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Erected by, Mrs. Isobel Grey/ of this City in memory of her beloved Husband/ Mr. John Grey, who departed this life/ October 15th 1840 aged 55 years. / The above Mrs Isobel Grey/ departed November 29th 1848 aged 65 years.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

This is a flat topped inscribed head-stone with a semi circular central feature and concave shoulders. It is in good condition but slightly overgrown with ivy.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Isobel Grey
Relationship: 
Wife
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
151
Width (cm): 
119
Thickness (mm): 
9
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
1840
Inscription date secondary: 
1848
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, in place
Condition of inscription: 
Clear
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
1840
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-038

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Illegible

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

This slab is partially buried and completely overgrown, no detail is visible.

Memorial Type: 
Slab
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Unknown
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
195
Width (cm): 
0
Thickness (mm): 
0
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
0
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Overgrown
Condition of inscription: 
Unknown
Technique of inscription: 
Unknown
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-037

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Here lieth the body of Ralph? Gregory ---- year of his age. Also the body of Surgeon William Gregory who died March ------------ also Anne Gregory relict of Surgeon William Gregory who died June ---------- aged ----- years. Also their son Surgeon Richard Gregory of the Coombe Lying-In Hospital Dublin who died ---- aged --- years. Here lieth also the body of William Gregory M.D.B.L. of ----Bridge, Dublin who departed ------ 1811 aged 61 years. This tomb was erected by William and Richard Gregory in commemoration of their parents William and Anne Gregory.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Chest tomb with six square legs carved in relief and plain panels and plain inscribed cover slab. The tomb is heavily overgrown and is subsiding badly. It is in quite poor condition and is heavily overgrown. The inscription below is taken from Buggy (1965, 25).

Memorial Type: 
Chest Tomb
Erected by: 
William and Richard Gregory
Relationship: 
Sons
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
211
Width (cm): 
107
Thickness (mm): 
54
Memorial date inferred: 
1811
Inscription date primary: 
0
Inscription date secondary: 
1811
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Overgrown
Condition of inscription: 
Illegible/destroyed
Technique of inscription: 
Unknown
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-036

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Erected by/ Catherine Bradley/ late of Little Castle, Castlecomer/ in loving memory of her parents/ George Gregory/ died May 22nd 1846 aged 68 years/ and Catherine Ellis Gregory his wife/ who died January 28th 1848/ and of her brother and sister/ Henry Gregory/ died July 12th 1840 aged 23 years/ and Caroline Gregory/ died March 13th 1873 aged 72 years.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Chest tomb with plain sides and six straight square legs. The legs of the tomb are carved in relief, the tomb is slightly subsided on the north side and is partially overgrown with ivy. No other decoration was visible.

Memorial Type: 
Chest Tomb
Erected by: 
Catherine Bradley
Relationship: 
Daughter
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
182
Width (cm): 
91
Thickness (mm): 
55
Memorial date inferred: 
1840
Inscription date primary: 
1840
Inscription date secondary: 
1846
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, in place
Condition of inscription: 
Mainly decipherable
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-035

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Sacred to the remains of/ Ensign Matthew Courson/ of the Northumb'd Lt. Infan't. Reg of Militia/ who died March the 2nd 1813 aged 22 years./This monument was erected to his memory/ by the Officers of the Reg't

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Mural plaque set into the wall of the church on the north-east stairs. Rounded crown with an elaborate carved chalice in relief above an inscribed plain rectangular panel. No other decoration visible.

Memorial Type: 
Mural Plaque
Erected by: 
Officers of his regiment
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
119
Width (cm): 
69
Thickness (mm): 
6
Memorial date inferred: 
1813
Inscription date primary: 
1813
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: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-034

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Here lie the remains of the Rev'd Matthew/ Hennings for some time Vicar of this/ and of Parish of St. John's and ----/Minister of this Parish and V--- -----/abridgement of ----/----/---/---/---/---/--/---/---/ This stone was erected by his youngest/son Matthew Hennings as a small/ token of his filial affection.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Rectangular inscribed panel with rounded top. Panel framed by raised moulded border.

Memorial Type: 
Wall plaque
Erected by: 
Matthew Hennings
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Unknown
Orientation of face: 
West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
140
Width (cm): 
65
Thickness (mm): 
0
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
0
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, in place
Condition of inscription: 
Mainly decipherable
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

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