A Sine Mauile Si / This stone belonge/th to Andrew Sinnott/ Anno Domini/ 1736/ Here lieth ye body of Mr./ Andrew Sinnott of ye City/ of Kilkenny who dep'd this/ Life Oct ye --- 1736 Aged 80/Years also his wife Mrs/ Margaret Sinnott als Dunlope/ who Dep this life Nov'br 10th/ 1772 aged 86 years/ Also ye body of Mrs Johanna/ Sinnot al Fegan wife of Mr/ John Sinnott who depd Dec'r/ 17th 17-9 aged 40 yrs./ May they Rest in Pace.
Rectangular inscribed headstone with flat top. Images of the passion are carved on the top and include the chalice, ladder, crucifixion, pincers, ladder, sponge, nails above Peter's cockerel which is represented three times including once in a pot. Passion symbols are carved in false relief in a panel above the inscription.
Here Lieth the body of Thomas Wilkinson Esq./ Alderman of the City of Kilkenny who Departed this/ life 13th December 1779 aged 70 years also his wife/ Catherine alias Percival who Departed this life 6th Oct 1759 aged 59 years
Shee Mausoleum altar-tomb Early-Mid 17th century Monument to ? within mausoleum with No. 72. Altar-tomb on the south of the mausoleum has had its mensa smashed open to reveal the lead-coffin, which in turn has been partially opened. Inside the coffin, fabric and wood from the interior in addition to human skeletal remains are visible. The mensa is plain and undecorated apart from chamfered edges and likewise the front-panel is quite plain. A rectangular lead plaque which is fixed to the wall above the altar-tomb reads: JOHN POM(W?)ER O
A MORS MORTIS MONUMENTUM QUOD THOMAS SHEE ARMIGERO PERILIUTRIS RICHARDI EQUITIS AURAII FILIO KILKENIENSIS CIVITATIS QUONDAM PRAETORI UNO VERE PIO PROBO PRUDENTI ERUDITO GENOROSO INARTIO SUO CHA RISSIMO P
Thomas Shee mausoleum altar-tomb c.1636 Monument to Thomas Shee within a mausoleum with no. 73. This is of limestone walls and a brick roof and has been badly damaged by vandalism: the brick roof has been broken through, the original entrance has been removed and is now closed with concrete-blocks, the two monuments inside are defaced with graffiti and badly damaged (see no. 73 also). The monument in question is situated on the north side of the mausoleum and comprises an altar-tomb below a mural slab. The front-panel of the tomb appears to be undecorated and sits on a moulded base. It is flanked by two plain pilasters. The mensa is also quite plain and bears no visible ornament apart from chamfered edges. Above the altar-tomb, fixed into the wall of the mausoleum is the commemorative mural-slab. It comprises a simple round-arched canopy on plain pilasters with square capitals below a moulded architrave. A second, shorter architrave supporting a plinth is situated above the latter and may originally have formed the base for a pediment. The back of the mural monument is occupied by a panel with an incised inscription, the top of which is in Latin with Roman lettering. The inscription has been badly defaced by graffiti and is not possible to fully read. That which can be deciphered reads: A MORS MORTIS MONUMENTUM QUOD THOMAS SHEE ARMIGERO PERILIUTRIS RICHARDI EQUITIS AURAII FILIO KILKENIENSIS CIVITATIS QUONDAM PRAETORI UNO VERE PIO PROBO PRUDENTI ERUDITO GENOROSO INARTIO SUO CHA RISSIMO P