Kilkenny

KK-STMG-135

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

(East Side) Sacred/ to the memory of/ Lieut. James Anderson of 71st Reg't/ who fell/ In the cause of his Country and of Europe/ In the action at the town of Are in France/ on the 17th March/ 1814. (West Side) Here lie the remains of/ Mrs Margaret Anderson/ wife of Mr. Roger Anderson of/ Kilkenny who died October/ 31st 1818 in the 68th year of/ her age having truly experienced/ the peace of God which surpassed/ all understanding. / Also the remains of Jane, daughter/ of Mr. John Anderson who died/ Sept. 20th 1819 Aged -- yrs/ Also the remains of Mr. Roger/ Anderson husband to above /Margaret who died June 20th 1820/ aged --8 Years.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Cuboid pedestal with a pedimented top on a one step base with a convex shoulder. The pedimented top is truncated and something appears to have been removed from the apex. It is also damaged in the northwest corner. It is inscribed on the east and west faces.

Memorial Type: 
Pedestal Tomb
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
2
Height (cm): 
101
Width (cm): 
59
Thickness (mm): 
44
Memorial date inferred: 
1814
Inscription date primary: 
1814
Inscription date secondary: 
1818
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-134

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Her lies the remains of/ Mrs. Ann McGrath/ relict of John Mc Grath Esq./ late of Clogheen, Co. Tipperary/ and younger daughter of Henry Anderson/ of Dunbell in the county of Kilkenny. /She departed her life in the hope of glorious resurrection/ on ---- December --- /She was deservedly loved during life for her ----

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Chest tomb with rectangular inscribed cover-slab over plain panels and six fluted legs. It is severely subsiding to the north.

Memorial Type: 
Table Tomb
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Unknown
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
229
Width (cm): 
111
Thickness (mm): 
72
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
0
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Leaning or falling apart
Condition of inscription: 
Mainly decipherable
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-133

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Illegible

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Chest tomb with plain rectangular cover slab over rectangular panels containing central floral patera, and six fluted legs. The whole memorial is subsiding to the north. Inscription illegible.

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): 
248
Width (cm): 
122
Thickness (mm): 
84
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
0
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Leaning or falling apart
Condition of inscription: 
Traces
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-132

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Sacred/ to the memory of/ ALEXANDER SEMPLE Junior/ who dep this life Nov 11th 1860/ aged 41 years./ (Psalm) ALEXANDER JOHN SEMPLE/ eldest son of above/ who dep this life June 1877 aged 17 years. (Psalm) Also Henry Semple youngest son who died Oct 26th 1881/ aged 21 years./ Leave the Fatherless Children/ I will preserve Them Alive/ And Let Thy widow Trust in Me Jeremiah LXIX II Blessed Are the Dead who Die in the Lord/ My Spirit Hath Rejoiced to god My Saviour Not Gone From Memory Not Gone From Love/But Gone To a Fathers Home Above

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Cuboid pedestal tomb of three tiers: a pedimented top above inscribed panels which rest on a moulded plinth.

Memorial Type: 
Pedestal Tomb
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
2
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
170
Width (cm): 
83
Thickness (mm): 
31
Memorial date inferred: 
1860
Inscription date primary: 
1877
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-131

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Here lyeth the/body of James Flenn/who Depart'-d this/life ye 14th of dec'br/1715 Aged 41 years

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Headstone with a semi circular central feature and concave shoulders. There is an IHS with a cross with expanded terminals at the top of the headstone. It is slightly damaged on the south side.

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): 
65
Width (cm): 
39
Thickness (mm): 
10
Memorial date inferred: 
1715
Inscription date primary: 
1715
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Very Worn
Condition of inscription: 
Mainly decipherable
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-130

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Here lyes ye body/ of Mr. Henry -------/ Gers who died Mai?/ ye 31 1734 aged 39/years

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Headstone with a central semi circular feature and concave shouldered top. It is in quite poor condition and the inscription is very worn.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
North East
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
77
Width (cm): 
48
Thickness (mm): 
7
Memorial date inferred: 
1734
Inscription date primary: 
1734
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Poor, displaced
Condition of inscription: 
Mainly decipherable
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-129

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Pray for the soul of/ Mrs. Anstis Brehon als Blanchvil wife/ of Mr. John Brehon who/ departed this life/ ye 12th day of Aprile/ 1741 in ye 51 year/ of her age, with 7/ of her children who are/ interd here

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Headstone with a semi circular central feature and convex shouldered top. Projection from the sinister base.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
North East
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
101
Width (cm): 
50
Thickness (mm): 
11
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
1741
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Poor
Condition of inscription: 
Mainly decipherable
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-128

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Here Lies y body of Rich'd Cody/ Cooper who dep'd this life 20th of/ Feb'y 1733 aged 50 yr with seve/ral of his Children, Grand/ Children and others also catherine cough/lin al. cody who depd this/ life y 11th of Feb 1762 aged 38 yrs/ Lord have mercy on their souls

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Rectangular inscribed headstone decorated with an IHS with a cross with expanded terminals above the inscription and the sacred heart below. It has a flat top with a semi circular central feature and concave shoulders.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
North East
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
126
Width (cm): 
63
Thickness (mm): 
16
Memorial date inferred: 
1753
Inscription date primary: 
1753
Inscription date secondary: 
1762
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-127

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

God be merciful to ye Soul of John/ Gl----don ---- who Dept this/ life ye --th of Ap'l 17--- Aged --0/ Also his wife M---- Ch----al/Grace who Dept this life ----/ of octr 1764 aged 74 yrs with/ Many of her children ... life ye 14 Dec 1715 aged 41 years

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Rectangular inscribed headstone with a flat top and a central semi circular feature and concave shoulders. There are traces of an I H S at the top of the headstone.

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): 
96
Width (cm): 
63
Thickness (mm): 
15
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
0
Inscription date secondary: 
1764
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-126

Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

North Side: SACRED/ to the memory of/ GEORGE KINGSMILL/ L.B.M.D. Eldest son of /Parr Kingsmill of/ the City of Kilkenny/ formerly of the 88th/ Connaught Rangers/ SURGEON KINGSMILL/ served in the/ 32nd Punjab Pioneers/ at Dehli and Lucknoo during the Indian Mutiny./ he was afterwards for many years Civil Surgeon at Montgomery/ Lahore./ He fell asleep in Christ the 5th Jan 1882./ Blessed be the dead etc., East Side: Sacred/ to the memory of/ PARR KINGSMILL Esq./ Many years an Alderman/ & once Mayor/ of the City of Kilkenny./ He departed this life/ March 11th 1840 aged 51 years. Not Placing dependence on/ An unblemished character/ He looked to his/ Redeemer alone / For salvation/ And found peace in him/ At his last hour. South Side: Sacred/ to the memory of /Mary Kingsmill/ wife of/ Parr Kingsmill Esq./ Mayor Kilkenny/ daughter of Major Kingsmill/ who died 15th May 1884/. Verse Follows; Eye hath not seen nore/ Ear heard neither ----/ Entered into the ----/ Of ---- ----/ Which God hath prepared/ For ----/ Cor 2: Chap 9 West Side: The Revd Henry Kingsmill/ B.A.T.C.D./ Eldest son of Alderman/ WILLLIAM KINGSMILLl/ who was Captain in the/ Regiment of the Royal and/ Brigade Major of Kilkenny./ Vicar Choral of Cathedral/ of St. Canices 1826/ Died in London 22nd March/ 1831, aged 42/ and was buried there in/ Drury Lane, Churchyard.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Square pedestal tomb comprising an inverted urn? above four stylised pediments, which in turn sits above four inscribed rectangular panels in relief. There is also a later concrete kerb around it and the plot has been concreted over.

Memorial Type: 
Pedestal Tomb
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Presbyterian
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
2
Inscribed faces: 
4
Height (cm): 
152
Width (cm): 
87
Thickness (mm): 
48
Memorial date inferred: 
1832
Inscription date primary: 
1832
Inscription date secondary: 
1840
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

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