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Killeshin Church of Ireland

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Killeshin Church of Ireland
This Image by Peter Walker c.2009
Killeshin Church of Ireland
This Image by Peter Walker c.2009
Killeshin Church of Ireland
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Killeshin Church
Killeshin Church of Ireland
Killeshin Church of Ireland
Killeshin Church of Ireland

Map of Killeshin Church in Graiguecullen

 
Name: Church of Ireland Church
Location: Ballickmoyler Road, Graiguecullen.

This church which dates back to c1827, was designed by John Semple. It is of a detached single-cell granite built Gothic Revival Church of Ireland church, with projecting entrance bays, clasping buttresses, lancet-arch window openings, tower having spire and chancel.

Killeshin Church

Church of Ireland, Killeshin Church

Sign at gate of Church:

Church  of Ireland, Killeshin  Church.

Holy Communion 1st & 3rd Sundays 10.15 a.m. Morning prayer 2nd and 4th Sundays 10.15 a.m. Group Service Holy Communion on the 5th Sunday as announced. Holy Days as announced. Rector: Rev. J. C. Challender, The Rectory, Ballickmoyler 0507-25321

Hayden. - In memory of Kesiah Hayden died April 14th 1978. This stone was erected at her husband's request.

There are also headstones erected to the following:

Fennells, Wynns, Shaws, Dalys, Boltons from Anneville, Edward Waiters from Old Derrig, Jameson, Shackleton, Wilsons, Shells, Kavanaghs, John Oliver Smith of Pollerton Castle, Me Mahons, Rowan Me Combe, Spong, Thomas Cambridge Grubb etc. etc.

Bayley - In loving memory of Abagail (Abi) Bayley, Coolrain House, Carlow died June 27th 1982 aged 61. Also her husband Samuel Henry Griffith died January 6th 1988 aged 64 years. The days thou gavest Lord is ended.

Shackleton - Sacred to the memory of Bebe, the beloved wife of P. D. Shackleton, Sunnyside, Carlow died 3rd June 1891 aged 45 years. Also of Patrick Dudley Shackleton, Sunnyside. Carlow died 25th February 1901 aged 63 years. Also their daughter Eva Mary died 22nd February 1956 aged 84 years.

Shackleton - Sacred to the memory of Theobald Shackleton of Glen Mona, Moone of Kildare who departed this life 17th September 1821 aged 80 years. Also of his wife Elizabeth Anne who died at Thornton-la-Dale, North Yorkshire 20th July 1929 aged 80.

Smith - In loving memory of John Oliver Smith of Polerton Castle died 23rd January 1954. Also Abraham Ernest Hipwell, Court Place, Carlow.

Kenny - Eva Kenny, Frederick Avenue, Carlow.

Ringwood - Robert Roe Ringwood, Rosemount, Hanover, Carlow who died 31st December 1990 aged 77 years. Also his wife Nora Alice Ringwood who died 7th January 1995 aged 82 years. At rest.

Fishbourne - Sacred to the memory of Marion Sydney, wife of Joseph Fishbourne J. P. of Ashfield Hall, Queen's County died 20th November 1876 and their son Robert Moore Fishbourne died 17th June 1880. Also the above Joseph Fishbourne who died 2nd April 1888 aged 85 and their second son Benjamin Geale Humprey who died 28th May 1904 aged 42.

Fishbourne - In memory of Agnes Jane died 30th March 1911 aged 46 years. Charles Edward killed in France October 6th 1916 aged 47 years. Sydney Elizabeth Ross died 10th August 1922 aged 65 years. Annie Katherine died 30th September 1930 aged 73 years. Children of Joseph Fishbourne of Ashfield Hall, Queen's County.

MacMahon - Sacred to the memory of Major A. St. Leger Mac Mahon of Hollymount in this County who died 21st August 1866 aged 76 and his wife Catherine Maria Mac Mahon who died 3rd December 1865 aged 63. Isabella Clarges Mac Mahon entered into rest December 19th 1899 aged 63.

McDonald - In loving memory of General Charles J. McDonald R. A. youngest son of the late Major A. St. L. MacMahon of Hollymount died 3rd April 1906 aged 72 years.

In loving memory of Robert Moore Mac Mahon of Hollymount, born September 23rd 1831, entered into rest September llth 1915. And of his wife Alice Emma Mac Mahon who entered into rest October 6th 1923.

Also sacred to the memory of Elizabeth wife of Robert Moore Mac Mahon died 19th February 1878 of Hollymount. "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace, whose mind is stayed on thee, because he trusteth in thee. Isaiah Chap. 20 v. 3. Ali-xaiiflrr- Si. Leger Mac Mahon son of thr above dii'cl 28th March 1903.

Clayton Brown - Sacred to the memory of Colonel ('l)iirlcs Henry Brown C. B. second son of Robert Clayton Brown Esq. who died whilst in command of the 23rd Kcniiiu'iilal District, formally of the '2nd H:it I ;i I inn of the Queen's Own (Royal West Kent Regiment) late 97th born November 13th 1836 died April 16th 1H89 and of Robert Clayton youngest son of Robert Clayton Brown of Browne's Hill born 3rd May 1838 died 15th December 1906.

Clayton Brown - Sacred to the memory of Robert Clayton Brown Esq. born January 28th 1799 died July 22nd 1888. "I am the Resurrection and the life" John Chap. 11 v. 25. And of Harriette Augusta his wife, daughter of Hans Hamilton of Abbotstown, Co. Dublin born August 19th 1815 died January 23rd 1898.

Ruttledge - In memory of Mary Caroline Ruttledge, daughter of William G. Brown Clayton and wife of the late Thomas H. B. Ruttledge died 27th February 1955 in her 88th year.

Burton - In loving memory of Charles W. Cuffe Burton Bart, of Pollacton, Carlow who died October 2nd 1902 in his 20th year. And of Georgiana Mary Dallas his wife who died March 15th 1904 aged 76. Sincerely mourned by all who enjoyed the privilege of their friendship and sympathy. "So he giveth his beloved sleep." Psalm 127 verse 21. "Until the days breaks and the shadows flee away." Song of Solomon 2 v. 17.

Deighton - In loving memory of Joseph Charles Deighton born February 1st 1837 died January 12th 1932 and of his wife Elizabeth Fleetwood Deighton, died August 25th 1949. "Thine eyes shall see the King in his beauty."

Entwisle - Here rests the body of Bernard Henry Entwisle, Captain of V. Dragoon Guards who died at Carlow September 22nd 1877 in his 31st year. In Deo Fido. (Unusually-shaped raised relief tomb.

Source: Paul Redmond N.T. Gravestone Inscriptions1997


Church of Ireland Sunday School

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Ballickmoyler Road 1968.
This photo is looking south towards Graiguecullen and behind the walls on the right is the Killeshin CoI graveyard. The next photo you will see a continuation of the wall and you can also see the old Sunday School behind the wall.
Photo is the property of William Muldowney.

1968 Church of Ireland Sunday School and the main gates to Killeshin Church of Ireland church and graveyard.
Photo is the property of William Muldowney.

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