Kilkenny

KK-STMG-009

Graveyard: 
Grave location
52.6520194488428
-7.25235262285412
Exact wording of epitaph: 

In loving memory of/ Jemina Creagh Lougheed/ daughter of the late Monkton Carey Creagh/ & wife of Joseph Lougheed/ ex Sergt R.I.C./ of Kilmagrennon Co. Donegal/ who departed this life/ the 3th Oct 1912 aged 68 years/ Erected by her sorrowing husband/ & family

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Round-topped inscribed headstone. Railings are removed from the north and south sides of the four corner posts. The 4 posts are of concrete and have a triangular/pyramidal top.

Stonecutter/monumental sculptor: 
Gargan, Kilkenny
Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Joseph Lougheed
Relationship: 
Husband
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
2
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
146
Width (cm): 
60
Thickness (mm): 
92
Memorial date inferred: 
1912
Inscription date primary: 
1912
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-008

Graveyard: 
Grave location
52.6519977617416
-7.25236502545978
Exact wording of epitaph: 

In loving Memory of/ Robert George Stafford/ who died 25th Jan 1915 aged 64 years/ and his daughter Ellenor aged 2 months/. Also of his wife Hanora Stafford/ who died 16th Dec. 1950 aged 34 years.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Simple desk-shaped low inscribed headstone within rectangular kerb setting.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone, kerbstones
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Husband
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
2
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
36
Width (cm): 
61
Thickness (mm): 
5
Memorial date inferred: 
1915
Inscription date primary: 
1915
Inscription date secondary: 
1950
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-007

Graveyard: 
Grave location
52.6519878033752
-7.25235262285412
Exact wording of epitaph: 

In loving memory of/ Albert Hart/ who died May 28th 1931/and his wife/ Beatrice Hart/ who died June 17th 1937/God is love

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Low desk-shaped inscribed headstone.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Husband and wife
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
2
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
58
Width (cm): 
61
Thickness (mm): 
5
Memorial date inferred: 
1931
Inscription date primary: 
1931
Inscription date secondary: 
1957
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-006

Graveyard: 
Grave location
52.6519880246723
-7.25230155330137
Exact wording of epitaph: 

In memory of my beloved husband Sergeant Robert Couse RIC who died 5th April 1914 aged 47 years, also 3 of his children who died young. Also William W. Couse died 6th Dec. 1916 and Mrs. Mary Couse, died 30th Jan 1945. Forever with the Lord.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Headstone has collapsed into the west end of the Tallis memorial, KKSTMG005 and is currently lying in several pieces. It has a flat top with concave semi circular shoulders.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone on base
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Unknown
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
2
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
301
Width (cm): 
10
Thickness (mm): 
66
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
1914
Inscription date secondary: 
1916
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Collapsed
Condition of inscription: 
Mainly decipherable
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
1914
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-005

Graveyard: 
Grave location
52.6519596986401
-7.25236174241711
Exact wording of epitaph: 

In loving memory/ of/ William Tallis/, proprietor of/ Scotch House, Kilkenny/ who died Feb 2nd 1914/ at his residence, Kilkenny/ Also in Proud and Loving Memory of/ Harry Tallis/ H.M. Imperial Merchant Service/ who died of Influenza in the/ Royal Military Infirmary, Bristol/ Oct 20th 1918 aged 23 years/ Also/ Charlotte Tallis/ wife of the above/ William Tallis/, died Jan 14th 1944 aged 83 years/ Frederick Tallis/ Died Aug 3rd 1970/ Caroline Emilie Tallis/ Feb 26 1972/ To be with christ which is far better/ At Rest

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Round-topped headstone within cruciform kerbing infilled with grey chippings. Headstone is on a simple one step chamfered base. The Couse memorial KKSTMG006 has collapsed into the east end of the kerb.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone, kerbstones
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Father
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
2
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
150
Width (cm): 
60
Thickness (mm): 
90
Memorial date inferred: 
1914
Inscription date primary: 
1914
Inscription date secondary: 
1918
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-004

Graveyard: 
Grave location
52.651942741739
-7.25235171089782
Exact wording of epitaph: 

261338 Gunner/ A.M. Duke/ Royal Field Artillery/ 30th October 1918 age 27

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Broken and displaced headstone with an incised cross with expanded terminals on the main body of the stone. A wheel/sun motif surmounted by a crown is carved in false relief within the cross at the point where the arms of the cross meet, a scroll with the words "Ubique Quo facet Gloria Ducont." is located beneath the wheel/sun motif unfolding into each arm of the cross. The main inscription is above the cross. It is lying within damaged kerbstones.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Son
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
2
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
37
Width (cm): 
20
Thickness (mm): 
0
Memorial date inferred: 
1918
Inscription date primary: 
1918
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Collapsed
Condition of inscription: 
Clear
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-003

Graveyard: 
Grave location
52.651935770874
-7.25234377687801
Exact wording of epitaph: 

In loving memory of/ George Noble Duke who died December 30th 1930/, also his son/ Alexander Duke/ who died October 30th 1918/ and of his wife Helen Duke who died/ November 14th 1939

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Displaced? Inscribed footstone within kerbstones, which are damaged in places. The Alexander Duke mentioned here is probably in the adjacent plot no. KKSTMG004.

Memorial Type: 
Footstone
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Husband
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
East West
Number of components: 
3
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
31
Width (cm): 
61
Thickness (mm): 
12
Memorial date inferred: 
1930
Inscription date primary: 
1930
Inscription date secondary: 
1918
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-002

Graveyard: 
Grave location
52.6517999125503
-7.25237670863326
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Here Lies the Body of/ Mr. Lewis Watters/ Who Died 27th April 17-- /Aged 74 years / " A tender parent and affectionate husband"

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Simple rectangular headstone with no decorative motifs. Partially buried.

Memorial Type: 
Headstone
Erected by: 
Unknown
Relationship: 
Husband and Father
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
North
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
184
Width (cm): 
94
Thickness (mm): 
37
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
0
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: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-001

Graveyard: 
Grave location
52.6517950900977
-7.25240890069059
Exact wording of epitaph: 

Sacred to the memory of /John Watters Esqr./ who from upwards of forty years/ filled the offices of Town Clerk/ and Clerk of the Peace/ of the City of Kilkenny /with Zeal and Fidelity/ He departed this life /the 28th day of May 1841 /Aged 74 years / This monument is erected /by his Widow and Children/ in Testimony of their love /and regret for him/ as a Husband and Father/ Blessed is the man that ... in the Lord/And whose hope -e Lord/ Sacred also to the memory of/ Catherine his Widow/ who died 6th May 1862 aged 80 years/ and of/ Isabella child of Patrick Watters Esq./ who died Oct. 1880 aged 39 years.

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Pedestal tomb in neo-Classical style. A three tier monument crowned by a plain pediment above a long rectangular inscribed panel which is flanked on either side by fluted pilasters. The panel rests on a moulded plinth.

Memorial Type: 
Pedestal Tomb
Erected by: 
Wife and Children
Relationship: 
Wife
Denomination: 
Church of Ireland
Orientation of face: 
North
Number of components: 
1
Inscribed faces: 
1
Height (cm): 
65
Width (cm): 
81
Thickness (mm): 
17
Memorial date inferred: 
0
Inscription date primary: 
1841
Inscription date secondary: 
1862
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Sound, displaced, slightly damaged
Condition of inscription: 
Mainly decipherable
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
1841
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

KK-STMG-094

Graveyard: 
Grave location
52.6516771473087
-7.25204022715745
Exact wording of epitaph: 

John Bryan/1722

Number of people commemorated: 
0
County: 
Notes: 

Narrow rectangular headstone with a semi circular central feature and concave shouldered top. The top of the central semi circular feature is broken. The top of the headstone above the inscription is decorated with an IHS and a cross with expanded terminals.

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): 
127
Width (cm): 
39
Thickness (mm): 
0
Memorial date inferred: 
1722
Inscription date primary: 
1722
Memorial material: 
Limestone
Condition of grave: 
Damaged
Condition of inscription: 
Traces
Technique of inscription: 
Incised
Memorial date stated
Year: 
0
Name of recorder: 
Fergal Donoghue

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