North Side: SACRED/ to the memory of/ GEORGE KINGSMILL/ L.B.M.D. Eldest son of /Parr Kingsmill of/ the City of Kilkenny/ formerly of the 88th/ Connaught Rangers/ SURGEON KINGSMILL/ served in the/ 32nd Punjab Pioneers/ at Dehli and Lucknoo during the Indian Mutiny./ he was afterwards for many years Civil Surgeon at Montgomery/ Lahore./ He fell asleep in Christ the 5th Jan 1882./ Blessed be the dead etc., East Side: Sacred/ to the memory of/ PARR KINGSMILL Esq./ Many years an Alderman/ & once Mayor/ of the City of Kilkenny./ He departed this life/ March 11th 1840 aged 51 years. Not Placing dependence on/ An unblemished character/ He looked to his/ Redeemer alone / For salvation/ And found peace in him/ At his last hour. South Side: Sacred/ to the memory of /Mary Kingsmill/ wife of/ Parr Kingsmill Esq./ Mayor Kilkenny/ daughter of Major Kingsmill/ who died 15th May 1884/. Verse Follows; Eye hath not seen nore/ Ear heard neither ----/ Entered into the ----/ Of ---- ----/ Which God hath prepared/ For ----/ Cor 2: Chap 9 West Side: The Revd Henry Kingsmill/ B.A.T.C.D./ Eldest son of Alderman/ WILLLIAM KINGSMILLl/ who was Captain in the/ Regiment of the Royal and/ Brigade Major of Kilkenny./ Vicar Choral of Cathedral/ of St. Canices 1826/ Died in London 22nd March/ 1831, aged 42/ and was buried there in/ Drury Lane, Churchyard.
Square pedestal tomb comprising an inverted urn? above four stylised pediments, which in turn sits above four inscribed rectangular panels in relief. There is also a later concrete kerb around it and the plot has been concreted over.