Nationalist and Leinster Times, March
Mrs. M (Minnie)
Death is always very sad, but there are
often accompanying circumstances which make it tragic in the
extreme. Such was the case when on Saturday night the rather
sudden demise of Mrs. Snoddy, beloved wife of Mr. Michael Snoddy,
N.T., Mount Hanover, Carlow, occurred in a Dublin hospital after
being admitted only a few hours previously.
The deceased was a lady of a most amiable
disposition, and was deeply attached to her three young children
She was married about seven years ago,
and her death in the prime of life is most sincerely regretted
by a wide circle of relatives and friends.
The remains were conveyed by motor hearse
to the Cathedral, Carlow, on Sunday evening, and the immense
funeral cortege that met the remains on the outskirts of the
town testified to the widespread sympathy felt for her afflicted
husband and young family.
Very Rev. W. Miller, D.Ph., Adm.,
received the remains at the Cathedral and led the large
congregation in the recitation of the Rosary.
Office and Requiem High Mass was
celebrated on Monday morning in the Cathedral for the repose of
Very Rev. T. Browne, President, St.
Patrick's College, presided.
The celebrant of the Mass was Very Rev.
W. Milller, Adm; deacon, Rev. C. Crowley, C.C.; sub-deacon, Rev.
D. Kennedy, C.C.
In the choir were: Re. Very Rev. J.
J. Dunny, P.P. Tinryland; Very Rev. P. O'Haire, P.P.
Graiguecullen; Rev. J. Conway, Knockbeg College; Rev. M.
Coughlin, C.C., Carlow; Rev. E. Kerrigan, C.C., Tinryland.
The funeral took place immediately
afterwards to St. Mary's Cemetery. The chief mourners were:-
Michael Snoddy, N.T. (husband), Edward Brennan (father), John,
Stephen, Edward Brennan (brothers), Mrs Tynan and Mrs. Bunting
(sisters), Mrs Patrick Snoddy (mother-in-law), Patrick Purcell,
Michael Purcell, Patrick Jones, Joseph Phelan, Thomas Snoddy
(brothers-in-law), Mrs Brennan, Mrs Margaret Purcell, Mrs Esther
Purcell, Mrs Kathy Jones, Mrs Nan Phelan, Mrs Mary Snoddy,
(sisters-in-law), Annie MacKenna, Patrick MacKenna, Aldhonsus
MacKenna,, John and Miley Hayes (cousins), John, Patrick and
Collette Phelan. John, Mary, Patrick, Margaret and Edward Jones,
Pado Redmond, John Purcell, Moira Purcell, Dolores Purcell,
Snoddy - March 1st. 1941. At National
Maternity Hospital, Mary, beloved wife of Michael Snoddy, N.T.,
Remains were interred in St. Mary's
Cemetery after Office and Requiem Mass on Monday --R.I.P.
Michael Snoddy, N.T., and the family of
the late Mrs Mary Snoddy, Hanover, Carlow, wish to thank
sincerely all who sent Mass Cards, telegrams, letters of
sympathy, personal letters, and all who attended the Obsequies
and funeral, and trust that this notice will be accepted by all
in grateful acknowledgement.
Carlow Athletic Club - At a meeting of
the above Club, a vote of sympathy was passed with Mr M. Snoddy,
N.T., in his recent sad bereavement.
Carlow C.Y.M.S - At a meeting of the
above on Monday night, a vote of sympathy was passed with Mr M.
Snoddy on the death of his wife.
Carlow Rovers Cycling Club - At a special
meeting of the above Club, a vote of sympathy was passed with Mr
Michael Snoddy, N.T., on the death of his wife.
Carlow Parish Council at a meeting on
Wednesday evening voted sympathy to Mr M. Snoddy, N.T. on the
great loss he has sustained by the death of his wife.
No 1 Group, Carlow L.D.F. passed a vote
of sympathy with Mr M. Snoddy, Hanover, in his sad bereavement
caused by the death of his wife.
Carlow Irish National Forresters' - At a
meeting held in Forresters' Hall, College Street, on Sunday,
March 1st the following resolution was passed in silence, all
members standing;- That we St. Patrick's Branch, I.N.F., tender
our sincere sympathy with Bro. Patrick Purcell and Bro. Thomas
Snoddy, on the recent -bereavement caused by the death of Mrs M.
(Obituary stated she died on
Saturday...Death notice stated she died on March
1st.....Forresters state Sunday as March 1st?).
Source: M. Purcell 2011
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