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County Carlow

 Memorial Inscriptions

St. Mary's Church Of Ireland, Carlow

The the following memorial inscriptions are from inside St. Mary's Church Of Ireland, Carlow town.
(Not the actual cemetery grounds)
Source: "Carloman" carloman@unison.ie

BRUEN
In Memory of Colonel Henry Bruen D L of Oak Park Member of Parliament for the Borough of Carlow. 1812 -1852 died 5th Nov 1852.
A window is dedicated to Mary Magdalene Browne Clayton.
BLOOMFIELD
A plaque on the reading desk to Godfrey Colpoys Bloomfield, and Ellen his wife erected by their daughter.  
 On the reredos Robert Clayton Browne died July 22nd 1888.
 
CLAYTON
 A window is dedicated to: Mary Magdalena Browne Clayton
 
CLAYTON BROWNE
 On the reredos: Robert Clayton Browne died July 22nd 1888
 
East window, Altar:
COLTMAN
To memory of Mary Ann Coltman Hagnary Priory, Lancashire died May 21st
Erected by her daughter Georgiana in 1893 (Lady Burton, Pollerton, Carlow).
Below the East Window
JAMESON
"Deus Gubernante Navel"
This monument was erected to the memory of Rev. Joseph Jameson, AM. Rector of Carlow. by parishioners and friends in testimony of their respect and esteem. For forty years fulfilled his ministering duty in this parish with full fitness and zeal.
A Silver Salver is inscribed:
THOMAS
In Memory of Jocelyn H. W. Thomas of Belmont Carlow, died 22"d October 1932., aged 93 for over sixty years an active and trusted worker in this parish
On the South wall of the chancel:
GURLEY
Thomas Gurley Esq. To the memory of his son Bagnel (Gurley) died 25th February 1796. aged 25 years
North wall:
DOYNE
In memory of Reverend Charles Doyne died 31st May aged 66 years. Deposited in the vault of the Parish Church of St. Nicholas within Dublin.
BURTON
A tablet is dedicated to the beloved memory of Sir Charles W Cuffe Burton of Pollerton in this county (80th year),
McDOWELL
1902 Benjamin Francis McDowell MD. Trinity College, Dublin. Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland, Surgeon to Mercer's Hospital, died February 8th 1879 aged 38 years. In loving memory of my dear father Charles William McDowell of Otterholt, died Nov. 7th 1893 aged 52 years.
BROWNE
William Browne Esq. 1763-1840 aged 77 years. A magistrate and Custos Rolatorum of this county.  Lady Charlotte his wife, (daughter of Joseph Deane, Earl of Mayo, Archbishop of Tuam) 13th Nov.1769 15th June 1806 aged 37 years.
VIGORS
To the memory of Charles Fitzroy Stanhope Vigors Esq. Late of 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers. 10th April 1844 aged 33 years, fifth son of N A Vigors of Old Leighlin and Erindale
TROUTON
The Carlow Young Men's' Christian Association. Some friends have erected this tablet to the memory of Edmund Trouton A.B. curate of this parish for two years and founder of same. He fell asleep January the ninth 1859 aged 28 years.
NUGENT
In proud and loving memory of Aubrey Jocelyn Nugent Thomas Captain, Lancashire Fusiliers Who fell at the head of his company at Lancaster Landing, Gallipoli 25th April 1915

Registers in Saint Marys.

Transcribed by Mary Corcoran, October 2009.

17th November 1801.Died suddenly at 12 o'clock at night whilst at cards, Mrs Anne Mitchell, wife of Humphrey Mitchell, aged 70 years.

1st January 1818 : Buried Sir Richard Moore, Bart. he died the 29th December 1817 in Carlow Gaol for debt. Aged 80 years.

9th September 1788; Died the 8th at one o'clock in the morning, Jocelyn Davidson, Esquire, aged 78 years and was taken at so early an hour as one o' clock to be interred in the Burial Field at Old Derrig.

31st July 1787; Died Edwardina Aldrorina Barbarina Ramsfork, youngest daughter of Edward and Eleanor Ramsfork, aged about 1 year.


Forgot about Carlow

Unusual entry from Register of St. Mary's Church of Ireland, Castle Street, Carlow.

Died on 2nd May 1783 - Mr. Henry Woddle, Merchant of this town, who acquired a large fortune by his dealing, which he bequeathed to several Dublin Hospitals. When he was being buried, in Carlow Graveyard, his remains were several times insulted by an enraged mob on the way to the place of internment, on account of his not considering the poor of this parish where he made so much of his money. His coffin was laid down on the street several times, as the cortege approached the graveyard.

Source: Michael Purcell

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