This Monument was erected by GEORGE KINGSMILL/ of the City of Kilkenny EsQ, 1st April 1789 to the/ Memory of his parents etc whose remains are here interred/ VIZ/ WILLIAM KINGSMILL his Grandfather/ who died 16th Jan 1754 aged 80 years and/ ELIZABETH KINGSMILL his Grandmother the 2nd/ of Novr 1765 aged 88 years/ ANNE KINGSMILL his Mother, wife of PARR KINGSMILL/ of the City of Kilkenny Esq, who died 1st Aprill/ 1788 aged 73 years/ FRANCIS KINGSMILL his daughter the 23rd of May/ 1787. Aged 6 weeks/ Here also lieth interred the Body of the Said/ GEORGE KINGSMILL ESQ/ Alderman of this City, who Died August the 28th 1827/ in the 80th year of his age An/ upright and useful majistrate a faithful Husband a most/ affectionate parent & a sincere friend his hope of Heaven/ was based upon the Lord Jesus Christ the only Saviour/ Also the remains of ANN KINGSMILL who died the 25th of May/ 1851 aged 7 years/ also the remains of WILLIAM KINGSMILL Esqr/ Son of Alderman PARR KINGSMILL of this City/ who departed this life March 26th 1839 Aged 19 years & 3 months
Chest tomb with inscribed cover-slap decorated at the top with an heraldic shield of the Kingsmill crest. The slab covers side and front panels decorated in false-relief with elaborate urns with flames, chalices with flames and foliate patterns.
Collapsed rectangular headstone with a rounded top with concave shoulders on a simple one step base. There is damage at the base of the headstone where it has fallen over. It currently lies face down so the inscription is illegible.
Erected by Luke Poyntz in memory /of his father who died February 23rd 1793 also/ Martha his wife who died March 17th 1801 and /10 of their children and of their grandchildren /including Mary Margaret Poyntz who died June 6th aged 13 years.
Chest tomb with plain rectangular inscribed cover slap over paneled sides and six fluted legs in relief. It is slightly subsided to the south. There is a verse below the inscription but it is not now legible.
Collapsed mural plaque? with a pedimented top decorated with a vine leaf pattern. The main body has toppled over and is lying face down. The base has two steps and has rounded shoulders, the pediment has three steps for ornaments, these have been removed and are no longer present.
SACRED/ to the Memory/ of/ Wm. Henry BRACKIN Esq./, for many years/ Recorder/ of this City of Kilkenny /who departed this life/ on 7th day of June 1817 aged 55 yrs./ This stone was placed here by/ his Masonic Brethren/ of the Leinster INTERIOR Lodge No. 37 Affection and Respect
Sacred/ to the memory of/ Patience Louisa Jones/ Daughter of John Jones/of Mileshogue, Co. Wexford./ Born January 17th 1857/ Died May 15th 1874/ this tribute of Affection/Erected by/Her brothers and sisters/ Also his Daughter/Margaret Eliza/Wife of Robert Brindley/Born Feb'y 4th 1855/died May 14th 1884
Cuboid pedestal-tomb of inscribed trapezoidal panel below stylised pediment. The panel sits on a two step base with concave shoulders. There are 4 corner stones around the memorial these outline a plot measuring 230cms by 230cms, there are railings missing from the corner stones..
Sarcophagus 13th-14th century Bradley (1988) describes the coffin thus: Grey fossiliferous limestone. Good condition. Placed externally against the south wall of the nave. Smooth interior and exterior. Penannular head with pillow raised 5cm above the floor. Curved Shoulders. Two soakage holes, both cylindrical, diam 7 and 6 cm. Bevel at foot. Externally the sides taper inwards slightly