CO-MORY-0052

Record Date: 
3 July 2013
Graveyard: 
Exact wording of epitaph: 

IhS
 

IN

LOVING

MEMORY OF

LANGTRY

JOHN ANTHONY LANGTRY

KILGOBNET COACHFORD

WHO DIED 1ST JAN. 1915

HIS WIFE JULIA DIED 3RD OCT. 1949

THEIR SONS, THOMAS DIED 8TH SEPT 1914

JOHN 23RD SEPT 1965, JEREMIAH 17TH  DEC. 1968

EUGENE 22ND JAN. 1970. THEIR DAUGHTERS

MOLLIE 6TH AUG. 1904 AND JULIA 1ST MAY 1940.

 R. I. P.  

Memorial Type: 
Celtic Cross
Grave location
County: 
Latitude: 
51.910174722222
Longitude: 
-8.7914080555556
Number of people commemorated: 
8
People commemorated: 
Name: 
John Anthony
Surname: 
Langtry
Date of death - day: 
1
Date of death - month: 
January
Date of death - year: 
1915
Address: 
Kilgobnet, Coachford
Relationship with first person: 
Wife
Name: 
Julia
Date of death - day: 
3
Date of death - month: 
October
Date of death - year: 
1949
Relationship with first person: 
Son
Name: 
Thomas
Date of death - day: 
8
Date of death - month: 
September
Date of death - year: 
1914
Relationship with first person: 
Son
Name: 
John
Date of death - day: 
23
Date of death - month: 
September
Date of death - year: 
1965
Relationship with first person: 
Son
Name: 
Jeremiah
Date of death - day: 
17
Date of death - month: 
December
Date of death - year: 
1968
Relationship with first person: 
Son
Name: 
Eugene
Date of death - day: 
22
Date of death - month: 
January
Date of death - year: 
1970
Relationship with first person: 
Daughter
Name: 
Mollie
Date of death - day: 
6
Date of death - month: 
August
Date of death - year: 
1904
Relationship with first person: 
Daughter
Name: 
Julia
Date of death - day: 
1
Date of death - month: 
May
Date of death - year: 
1940
Notes: 

The date of death of Thomas Langtry is stated as being 8 September 1914. This would appear incorrect, as Thomas was killed on 8 September 1916 while fighting for the Allied side during World War I, at the Battle of Ginchy (part of the Somme campaign). Source A.Greene