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Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

County Carlow Memorials
"Journals for the Preservation of the Memorials for the Dead"
 
By Kind permission of Susie Warren c2008
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 Carlow Parish.

Clonegald Church.

(from Mr. Herbert Robertson)

     'Inside the church there are the following monuments and memorials of deceased persons' :

     'Tablet – South side' :
     Robert Atkin Durdin ( of Cranmore House Kildavin) Deputy Governor of Cork & J.P. Co. Carlow died 5 Jany 1841 aged 63 & his wife Eliza   Garde Durdin d 11 February 1852 aged 75 & their 3rd son Charles Garde Durdin, Barrister at Law, who d 5 Jan 1843 aged 29 years &  their grandson Charles Garde Durdin (son of their son Robert Garde Durdin Lord Mayor of Dublin ( 1871-2) died 4 March 1851 aged 4.

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     'Font'
     Mary Anne Durdin widow of William Leader Durdin of Huntington Castle born 17 May 1801 died 13 April 1883.

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     'East window'
     Alexander Durdin of Huntington Castle born March 1821 died Jan   7, 1892 & his wife Julian Jones née Hayman b 1823 d Feb 12 1904.

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     'Tablet erected by the Parishioners – South side’ :
     The Rev George P. Purefooy for many years curate of the Parish d 25 Octr 1859 in the 42nd year of his age.

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     'Tablet – South side’ :
     Thomas Braddell of Cormelagh b 21 Decr 1807 d 6 Oct 1878 &his wife Anne died 12 Octr 1886.

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JPMD, Vol, Issue 1910 - 1912, CARLOW, Page 495.

Carlow Parish.

Clonegald Church.

     'Window on South side’ :
     John Revell Braddell died 1883 Maria his wife died 1891 their son  George died 1886.

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     ‘Tablet- North side’ :
      William Astle Hope M.B, T.C.D. 57th Regiment treacherously murdered by Maori rebels at Taranki, New Zealand, on 4 May 1863 in 28th year of his age, 4th son of Ralph James Hope J.P. of Urelands.

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     ‘Tablet – North side’ :
     John Smith J.P. Park Lodge, Co. Wicklow died 4 Sept 1884 aged 45 years.

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     'Window – North side' : 
     Erected but the Reverend Treasurer ffrench in memory of his aunt Eleanor daughter of the Rev. J Metge A.B. & granddaughter of the Rev Chancellor Palmer also of the Rev Edward Arthur Tickell formerly Rector of Clonegal.

     Mr Tickle was a direct descendant of Thomas Tickle, the  well-known writer in The Spectator, and friend of Addison.  On resigning the living of Clonegal he became Vicar of Ulrome, Yorkshire, and died 2nd August, 1897. See Burke’s "Landed Gentry," Tickell of Carnalway.

JPMD, Vol, Issue 1910 - 1912, CARLOW, Page 496.

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     'Tablet – South side’ :
     Horan son of (the above) Thomas Braddell d Octr 30 1868 aged 21.

JPMD, Vol, Issue 1910 - 1912, CARLOW, Page 495.

CLONEGAL CHURCHYARD

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