Here Lyeth the Body of the
Revd Tho LAMBART
who departed Janry the
AGED 52 years
(É facing despite clergy stone). Sound condition but no icongraphy except double border frame.
Here lieth the body of
Geo- Foster who depd
this life March the — 1781 aged 31(?)years.
Mercy on his soul
IHS & HEART
Condition - Sound, humic Soil developed on top of the slab, inscription deep but faint in spots
Here lieth ye body of
Wm Murrey who depd
this life August ye 7th 1778
Agd 33 Years
Son to Charles
Conditon - Sound, in situ
Adjacent to coppiced sycamore but no damage caused.
Sacred to the memory of
Francis Clarke MA MBFRCSI
Son of the late
Revd Richard Clarke
died 4th of Oct 1877 aged 69
… Tablet erected by his sorrowing Son…
Condition: Sound and in situ with one deep crack on top edge.
Here lieth the body of William
Henry Clarke July 1781 (?)
his widow Mary Clarke… 1797.
Granddaughter Patience Clarke…
Condition: 4 legged table tomb falling apart due to Sycamore stool.
Sacred to the memory of the
Rev Richard Clarke who departed
this life November the 3rd 1838
63rd year of his age…
37 years Chaplain of St. Michael's
Portarlington & 20 years Sovereign of the Borough
Condition - sound & in situ, E face missing.
Clergy stone but E facing.
There may also be a mortuary monument for Rev R Clarke in St Michael's Portarlington (http://winters-online.net/sharon-haggerty-db/g1/p692.htm#i17287)
Gone Gone Gone to Jesus
this life in sure and certain
hope of the Resurrection to eternal life,
through Jesus Christ her Savious
13(?) January 1846
Aged 44… Mary Clarke,
died 17th September 1889 aged 88
25 Jan 1904
Aged 94 years
Condition. Sound & in situ
N edge tight against sycamore stool.
Here lieth the body of Ja--
Esqr who departed this life the 1
day of August 1790
Condition: Broken but recognisable. Name illegible - body stone to 007 grave space. Iron staple in lower portion present poss from fix at time of erection.
Gloria in Excelsis Deo
This in the burial
ground of Thoman Whelehan
Dec 10th 1779
Also Thomas Whelehan & Family
Limestone headstone sound and in situ.
IHS & full sunburst and also Gloria in Excelsis Deo xref with 0081 - seems to be the same monumental sculptor.
here lies he body
of Ambrose Cane
who depd this life
Feby 6th 1776 Agd/56 years
Pink sandstone, sound and in situ.
Q why this early headstone is in this location and not S of the church?