|John O'Grady (#47032041)|
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I am an amateur genealogist, living in Dublin, Ireland.|
I am particularly interested in the Pigott and Edgeworth families of Ireland and their descendants.
The graves of Irishmen who fought in WW1 & WW2 are also of interest.
"Forget the dead you've left,
they will not follow you,
The vagabond who is rapping at your door,
is standing in the clothes that you once wore"
"It's all over now, Baby Blue" - Bob Dylan.
One day, we will all become Fallen Gravers
If you are looking for a death in Ireland after 2006, can I recommend
Cemeteries in the Greater Dublin Area
in which a significant amount of work has been carried out
Near Tallaght, Co. Dublin.
Clontarf, Co. Dublin. Rev. 2012.
Cruagh Cemetery and
Cruagh Cemetery [Old Section]
Rockbrook, Co. Dublin. Ongoing
Blackrock, Co. Dublin.
Stepaside, Co. Dublin.
Mount Jerome Cemetery and Crematorium
Harold's Cross, Dublin.
Royal Hibernian Military School Churchyard
Phoenix Park, Dublin.
St. Maelruain's Cemetery
Tallaght, Co. Dublin.
St. Matthew's Churchyard
Irishtown, Dublin. Rev. June 2012.
Templeogue Cemetery and
Templeogue Cemetery (Old Section)
Templeogue, Co. Dublin. Rev. Jan. 2014
Other Cemeteries in Ireland.
Clane, Co. Kildare. Rev. Nov. 2013
Ballinskelligs Abbey and
Ballinskelligs, Co. Kerry. Rev. July 2013.
Barndarrig, Co. Wicklow.
Emo, Co. Laois. [Feb. 2014]
Dromod Cemetery and
Dromod Cemetery [Old Section]
Near Waterville, Co. Kerry. Rev. July 2013.
Slane, Co. Meath. Rev. June 2011
Glen Cemetery and
Glen Cemetery [Old]
St. Finan's Bay, Co. Kerry. Rev. July 2013
Kilmacanogue Cemetery (Old) and
Kilmacanogue Cemetery (New)
Kilmacanogue, Co. Wicklow.
Emo, Co. Laois. [Feb. 2014]
Portmagee, Co. Kerry. Rev. July 2012
Redford Cemetery and
Redford [The Grove] Cemetery
Greystones, Co. Wicklow. Ongoing
Slane, Co. Meath. Rev. June 2011.
St. Paul's Cemetery
Emo, Co. Laois. [Feb 2014]
Glasnevin Cemetery War Memorial
Kilgobbin War Memorial
Royal Hibernian Military School War Memorial
St. Matthew's Church War Memorial
Tullow Church War Memorial Foxrock,
Currently working on the following,
Grangegorman Military Cemetery
Blackhorse Avenue, Dublin 7.
St. Peter's Churchyard
Mountrath, Co. Laois
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|Genie||RE: The Cobbe family in Coolbanagher Churchyard|
You raise a little issue in your post that is worth exploring.
My Cobbe ancestors were of French Huguenot extraction, living in Emo for a few generations since the early 1700s.
I found their deaths and burials in the Coolbabagher burial records, in the care of the RCB library in Churchtown. However, as with many of my earlier ancestors, there is no headstone, as there most likely were no funds to pay for one.
Do you think deaths or burials should be recorded on the Find A Grave website, where no physical headstone exists, to specifically mark the resting place?
Interested in your opinion.
Added by Genie on Mar 10, 2014 1:07 PM
|Clive||RE: Herbert Carroll|
Great work on the site and the graveyards. Yes Herbert did attend the Royal Hibernian Military School. My older siblings would remember more than I would in terms of dates etc. His father was in the British Army and died very young and his stepfather was in the BA too.
I have sent the links on the site to all my siblings and they may be able to supply more information.
Added by Clive on Mar 05, 2014 3:37 AM
i am doing work on my Family Tree and i was wondering if you know if there is a
Birth abt 1849 in Wexford, Ireland
Death abt 1885 in Wexford, Ireland
Margaret Fitzpatrick Nee Kavanagh
Birth abt 1849 in Wexford, Ireland
Death Sep 1919 in Enniscorthy, Ireland
Her Brother Patrick
Birth 13 Mar 1864 in Rathdrum, Ireland
you made an entry for her Brothers John & Hugh
there is also two sisters Anne Birth abt 1864 i dont know her married name and Kate Birth 18 Feb 1874 in Dunganstown, Wicklow, Ireland her Narried name is McCaul
if you have and information about these people in Barndarrig or need and from me for Fitzpatricks and Kavanaghs i will try and help
|Maureen Barnes||Colm Barnes|
Dear John O'Grady,
It was indeed interesting to read what you wrote about my father. The website was brought to my attention by my grandson Kevin Walsh. Sometime I would like to chat with you as would my sister Beatrice as we were not contacted re this mostly good history of our father.
Maureen Barnes Walsh.
|Hugh Casement||William Hague, Glasnevin|
d. of pneumonia at his home in Dublin.
His widow carried on his architecture practice.
William was b. at 98 Lower Baggott St. 22 Jan. 1877. He was educated at the Royal University of Ireland.
Joseph was drowned during the Great War; he may have been in the merchant navy.
Nora, 2nd dau., was b. at 21 Upper Mount St. 20 Feb. 1880. Was a nun in Chelmsford where she d. in 1958.
Aileen, 4th dau., was b. in Dublin 1886 and at some time was at Craiglockhart training school, Edinburgh.
|Hugh Casement||Anna Frances Hague née Daly|
Annie was born in Dublin circa Feb. 1851 and educated at a convent school in Boulogne.
As a child she was "very pretty, tall & fair".
She was alive in the 1901 census.
Kathleen Mary Frances, eldest dau., was b. at 21 Upper Mount St. 2 Jan. 1879. She was a nun in Roehampton but may have returned to Ireland before her death at the age of 40.
May, 3rd dau., was b. at the same address 20 May 1883 and d. in Edinburgh.
|ryszard szolc||james henry doran|
hi Ive just started to do my family tree and came across you information on james henry doran and noticed a another doran list im just wondering if you could tell me who and if he is related to james henry doran i am james henrys great grandson
|Jim Hobbs||RE: John Reynolds|
Greetings From Chicago ! Many thanks for your kind message, regarding John Reynolds, my grandmother's brother. My parents visited Ireland in 1974, and took the picture of the Reynolds' gravestone, but did not record the name of the cemetery. I have added St. Mary's to my other Reynolds' family members.
I do not have any information for the cemetery, the parents of my grandfather, John Joseph Fitzgerald, are buried. (Find A Grave Memorial# 106420498) Do you know of a cemetery in the Townland of Arywee, County Limerick, near Ballyneety, where my Fitzgerald family members might be buried.
Best Wishes, Jim
|Hazel Dower||James Dower|
I would like to thank you for helping me find my husbands grandfathers grave.
I had very little information about him only that he died in 1918 and he's wife was called Ann(e)
I have now learnt that his mothers name was Catherine and he had a brother and a sister yet to find his fathers name.
thank you John .
|js||RE: Private John Doyle|
I can transfer his memorial to him if you like, what is his memorial number?
Added by js on Oct 26, 2013 12:53 PM
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