GA-STNL-0218

Record Date: 
13 June 2024
Exact wording of epitaph: 

HERE LYETH THE BODY OF GEORGE CUPPAIDGE ESQR WHO SLEPT IN JESUS ON THE 5th OF MARCH 1846 AGED (?)63 YEARS ALSO THE BODIES OF IOHN LOFTUS CUPPAIDGE HIS SON WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON THE 24™ OF JUNE 1820 AGED 10 YEARS AND OF SARAH MARIA CUPPAIDGE HIS DAUGHTER WHO DIED OF CHOLERA ON THE 13™ OF AUGUST 1832 AGED 9 YEAR[S] ALSO THE REMAINS OF HIS BELOVED WIFE ELIZABETH WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE ON 15 OF APRIL 1858 AGED 78 YEARS

Grave location
County: 
Latitude: 
53.272991388889
Longitude: 
-9.0534913888889
Additional details
References: 
Bur. Reed. Vol. 2 (1846), "George Cuppaidge, abode Wood Quay, buried 7th March 1846, aged 63". Bur. Reed. Vol. 2 (1858), "Elizabeth Cuppaidge, abode Dublin, buried 17th April 1858, aged 78 years". For Sarah Maria see The Galway Weekly Advertiser. August 18th. (1832). "Died. Cuppaidge On the 15th instant at Newtownsmith, of cholera, Sarah Maria, third daughter of George Cuppaidge Esq., aged 9 years and 5 month". The Galwav Weekly Advertiser. August 25th. (1832), gives the same death notice. The Galway Free Press. August 15th. (1832). "Died, on Monday last, in her eleventh year, of cholera, Miss Cuppaidge, daugher of George Cuppaidge Esq. of this town". For Elizabeth Cuppaidge see The Galway Vindicator. April 17th. (1858). "Died April 15th at Wellington Road, Dublin, Elizabeth, relict of the late George Cuppaidge Esq., Collector of Inland Revenue for Galway. Aged 78 years". See also The Galwav Mercury. April 17th. (1858) for the same death notice. For Eliza, daughter of George Cuppaidge see also marriage notice in The Galwav Mercury. February 28th. (1852). "Married. Cuthbert, George G. December 30th at St. Paul's Cathedral Calcutta, the Rev. George G Cuthbert, secretary to the Calcutta Committee of the Church Missionary Society to Eliza, eldest daughter of the late George Cuppaidge Esq. of Galway". For Eliza (not buried here) see also The Galwav Express. December 6th. (1873). "... At Merrion Square, Dublin, Eliza, eldest daughter of the late George Cuppaidge Esq. of Galway and widow of the Rev. Goring Cuthbert...". See also references to No. 348 (Mrs. Cuppaidge and her daughter present at a fatal accident).
People commemorated: 
Surname: 
CUPPAIDGE
Notes: 

A Rect. R.S. with Inc'd. border and Ins.. The end of line 12 is obscured by cement and the last word may read "YEARS" rather than "YEAR". See also No. 219 for related Cuppaidges, and also No. 419. The name Cuppaidge is of German origin. In modem times it has been shortened to Cuppage. Faustin Cuppaidge came to Ireland from England in 1604 and got large estates in County Derry. Burke's (1976), 310.