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Full text of "Map of Prospect Cemetery, Glasnevin, County Dublin, Ireland : indicating burial places of noted persons and communities and containing some illustrations"

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995 
D75 
M37 



1904 

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Prospect Cemetery, 
Glasnevin, 
County Dublin, 
Ireland, 



Organised, 

Ground acquired, 

Blessed and Dedicated. 

First Interment, 

Ground enclosed, 

Philpot Curran's Funeral, 

Interment of the Poor permitted, at nominal 

charge, 
Governing Body Incorporated, . . 
O'Connell's Funeral, 
Highest Mortality occurred. Caused mainly 

by cholera after the famine, when 

11,357 Interments took place, 
Bloodhounds employed at night for many 

years for protection of the grounds 

dispensed with, 
O'Connell Tower completed, 
St. Bridget's Sections consecrated by 

Cardinal Cullen, 
St. Bridget's Sections: 1st Interment therein 
O'Connell's remains translated to Crypt at 

the Tower, and Funeral Panegyric by 

the Rev. Father Tom Burke, O.P. . . 
Monument erected by Committee to Right 

Rev. Monsignor Yore, p.p., v.g., 
New Mortuary Chapel, foundation stone laid 
Monument erected by Committee to 

Honest Tom Steele, 
Chapel and New Entrance completed, 
Solemn Dedication of Chapel by Archbishop 

of Dublin, 
New Entrance opened, 
Telephone with Exchange and Private Wire 

introduced, 
Dwellings for permanent Labourers em- 
ployed, constructed, 
Charles S. Parnell's Funeral, 
Monument erected by Committee to Sarah 

Atkinson, Authoress, 
New Head Offices, 4 Rutland Square, East, 

opened, 
Imposition of enormous taxes by Judgment 

in Queen's Bench Division, High Court 

of Justice, 
Attempt by Corporation of Dublin in a 

Bill before Parliament, to include in 

City the Cemetery and adjoining lands 

for purpose of taxation, defeated, 
" History of Cemeteries " (illustrated), 

published, 
New Ground, " Violet Hill" : St. Patrick's 
Sections enclosed and added, 

Blessed and Dedicated, 

First .Interment therein, 

Drainage of, completed, 



7th June, 1828. 
29th September, 1831. 
21st February, 1832. 
21st February, 1832. 
29th April, 1833. 
9th February, 1837. 

1st June, 1839. 
7th August, 1846. 
5th August, 1847. 



1849. 



1853. 
1861. 

3rd August, 1864. 
16th November, 1871 



14th May, 1869. 

1871. 

25th May, 1876. 

1876. 

1st July, 1878. 

29th August, 1879. 
30th August, 1879. 

1882. 

1886. 

11th October, 1891. 

1894. 

1st July, 1895. 

1896. 

1899-1900. 

1900. 

31st December, 1902. 
17th July, 1902. 
3rd January, 1903. 
23rd September, 1904. 



Original Area, 



a. r. p. 
9 | Present Area, 



a. r. p. 
86 1 21 



MAP OF 

Prospect Cemetery, 

GLASNEVIN, 

COUNTY DUBLIN, IRELAND. 

. INDICATING . . 

BURIAL PLACES OF 

NOTED PERSONS 
AND COMMUNITIES, 

And containing some Illustrations. 



Dublin Cemeteries Committee, 

C. COYLE, Secretary. 

Head Offices s 4 Rutland Square, 
DUBLIN. 

1904. 



, 



Alex. Thorn & Co. {Limited), 
Printers, Dublin. 



O'NEILL LIBRARY 
BOSTON COLLEGE 




View of Mortuary Chapel and Tower, Glasnevin Cemetery. 



i 





PROSPECT CEMETERY 

Glasnevin, County Dublin, 
IRELAND. 



(guxiat Qpface of (JU&b (persona 
&nb Communities* 



O'Connell Tower Circle* 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. J 


Eurial Place. 


36 


O'Connell, "The Liberator," 
Morgan O'Connell, 
John O'Connell, 
Maurice O'Connell, 


The Tower 




Lord O'Hagan, 


Vault 42 




Honest Tom Steele, 


A 116 & 117 




Sir Charles Gavan Duffy, k.c.m.g., 


A 41 & 42st. 




Sir John Gray, m.p., 


Vault 8 




Very Rev. John Spratt, d.d., 
"Temperance Advocate." 


A 1 & 2 


„ 


Rt. Rev. Monsignor Yore, p.p., v.g., 


Vault 2 


r , 


Patrick Bulfin, Ex-Lord Mayor, 


Vault 1 


,, 


Michael Meade, 


Vault 33 


" 


Archdeacon Doyle, 


Vault 11 





* * t* t * 




O'CONNELL TOWER CIRCLE— continued. 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


36 


Rev. Francis H. Brennan, p.p., .. 
Lee, Massachusetts. 

Aid. Hugh Tarpey, j.p. Twice Lord Mayor, 


Vault 16 




Simon Mangan, 

His Majesty's Lieutenant, Co. Meath. 


Vault 34 




Charles Kennedy, j.p., .. 


Vault 15 




John J. Crosthwaite, j.p., 


Vault 18 


John F. Moriarty, b.l., .. 


Vault 17 




James P. Kennedy, 


Vault 20 




William M. Murphy, j.p., 


Vault 30 




James Nelson, j.p., 


Vault 23 




Charles H. Meldon, q.c, 


Vault 40 




Austin Meldon, m.d., d.l., 


Vault 40 




Thomas S. Martin, 


Vault 36 




Denis Horgan, 


Vault 35 




Patrick Boland, 


Vaults 24, 25 




Edward J. Kennedy, j.p., Ex-Lord Mayor, . . 


Vault 20 




Very Rev. Thomas Canon O'Carroll, p.p., 


A 110 




John O'Connor, Ex-Lord Mayor, 


Vault 41 


O'Connell Circle* 


16 


Lord Fitzgerald, 


Vault 7 


" 


Rt. Hon. Mr. Justice Keogh, 


Vault 26 


» 


Rt. Hon. Stephen Woulfe Flanagan, p. a, 


Vault 14 









* * nJ * i 




0' CONN ELL CIRCLE— continued. 




No. on 
Map. 


NAMBS. 


Burial Place. 


16 


Rt. Hon. Lord Chief Baron Palles, p. a, 


D 93, 94 






Sir John Bradstreet, Bart., 


B3 






Sir Justin Sheil, k.c.b., .. 


D 82 






Sir Edward M'Donnell, 


Vault 53 






Louisa Sarah Lady Bond, 


E32 






Sir Simon Bradstreet, Bart, 


B 3 






Mary Leonora Lady Sheil, 


D 82 






George Wyse, 


B 48 






Edward Sweetman, 


C 9, 10 






Matthias J. 0' Kelly, 


C62£ 






Edward T. Hepburn, 


C 59 






John O'Donovan, ll.d., 


D 22 






Peter M'Evoy Gartlan, 


C 18 






John Hogan, Sculptor, 


E 25, 26 






Surgeon O'Reilly, 


Vault 56 






Patrick Vincent Fitzpatrick, 


Vault 44 






James M'Cann, m.p., 


Vault 47 






John Lanigan, m.p., 


D 1 






Patrick J. Blake, q.c, County Court Judge, 


E 6 






Rt. Rev. Monsignor Farrell, p.p., 


E 82 






Very Rev. William Canon Brock, p.p., 


B 50 






William Izod Doherty, Dentist, 


C 74 






John F. B. Beveridge, Ex-Town Clerk, . . 


C24 



c 2 



, . 4 . 



O'CONNELL CIRCLE— continued. 



No. or 
Map. 



NAMES, 



Burial Place. 



16 



Richard Butt, Barrister, 

Aid. Hugh O'Rorke, j.p., 

Percy Fitzgerald, Author, 

Arthur Jocelyn Mayne, r.h.a., Artist, 

Richard M. Levey, 

Leader, Orchestra, Theatre Royal. 

John Netterville Barron, Resident Magistrate, 

Aid. Luke Butler, 

Lucas A. Treston, Resident Magistrate, . . 

Hon. Martin C. Ffrench, 

Laurence Waldron, d.l., 

O'Neill Clanaboy, 

Rev. Dr. Gentilli, 

John D'Arcy, d.l., Ex-Lord Mayor, 

Aid. Denis Moylan, d.l., Ex-Lord Mayor, . . 

John Donegan, Public Benefactor, 

Henry Gill, Publisher, 

William Justin O'Driscoll, Barrister, 

William R. Starkie, Resident Magistrate, . . 

William Rickard Burke, 

Assistant Inspector-General R.I.C. 

Robert Jefferson Hunter, 

Keeper of the "Match Book." 

Leonard Morrogh, 

Master of the Ward Hounds. 



E48 
Vault 29 
Vault 38 
C67 
B 54 

E 13 

E 109 

E 84 

D49£ 

Vault 33 

E39 

Vault 61 

Vault 65 

Vault 70 

D & E 29 to 35 

A 1 38* & 39 

E64 

E62 

E43 

C27 

D 17 



. . 5 



O'CONNELL CIRCLE— continued. 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


16 


Con MacLoughlin, " United Irishman," . . 


Vault 63 




Surgeon James S. Hughes, 


E 83 






George Keogh, j.p., 


Vault 62 






Francis Codd, j.p., . . 


Vault 45 






George Delany, j.p., 


Vault 60 






John Leonard, j.p., 


Vault 42 






George M. M'Cormick, m.d., 


Vault 51 






Albert J. Meldon, Resident Magistrate, . . 


Vault 35 






Thomas Fitzgerald, j.p., 


Vault 54 






Laurence Cuffe, j.p., 


Vault 58 






Stephen Martin Lanigan, 


D 72 






George Sigerson, m.d., .. 


E28 






Arthur Hamill, q.c, 


D 11| 






James Fagan, m.p., 


C 2 






Thomas M'Keever, m.d., 


D 85 






Moses O'Connor, 


Vault 25 






Edmond Lawless, 


Vault 21 


Chapel Circle* 


3 


Sir Timothy O'Brien, Bart., 


Ha & la 54 to 

58st. 
Wa 51£ & 52 


., 


Sir John Gilbert, Historian, 


» 


Stephen Burke, County Inspector, R.I.C., 


Wa66 







* * 6 * * 




CHAPEL CIRCLE— continued. 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


3 


William J. Fitzpatrick, ll.d., f.r.s., Author, 


Ta 75 & 76st. 


M 


Sarah Atkinson, Authoress, 


Va 50, 51 




, 


Doctor George Atkinson, m.b., 


Va 50, 51 




» 


Sir John E. Barry, 


C&51.52 




, 


Denis Florence M'Carthy, Poet, 


J a 44 & 45st. 




, 


Christopher Moore, Sculptor, 


Ja 62, 63 




, 


John Cornelius O'Callaghan, Author, 


Za60 




, 


George Godfrey Place, Barrister, 


Sa69 




, 


Doctor James M. Kirwan, Ex-City Coroner, 


Ma 461 




' 


Denis Phelan, m.d., 

Poor Law Assistant Commissioner. 


Ma 73 




, 


Piers F. White, k.c, 


Ya63 




, 


Joseph Woodlock, 


Va52 




, 


Master David Coffey, 


Cfa 56, 57 




' 


Michael O'Shaughnessy, Q.c., 
County Court Judge. 


Ya51 




• 


Francis White, f.r.c.s., .. 
Inspector Lunatic Asylums. 


Ya63 




, 


Richard Grace, Publisher, 


Na 74 




' 


William Fitzpatrick, 

" One of O'Connell's Bailsmen." 


Ca 55 




, 


Doctor Thomas Fitzpatrick, 


Cb64£ 




„ 


David Fitzgerald, 


Ma 62 




„ 


Edmund B. Lawless q.c, 


la 68 




» 


William B. Kelly, Publisher 


Qa 74i 76 



7 . 



CHAPEL CIRCLE— continued. 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


3 
it 


Richard Scott, 

O'Connell's Conducting Agent at Clare 
Election. 

Robert M'Clelland, 

One of the last of the Volunteers, 1779- 
1782. 

Patrick Byrne, Architect to Cemetery, 

Major William Talbot, Castle Talbot, 

Lieut.-Col. Charles Bowen, 

Capt, John C. Griffin, 

Son of the late Bishop of Limerick. 

Capt. William Ellison, 

Lieut. -General John Millet Hamerton, 

Capt. William Luke Stritch, 

Master Jeremiah J. Murphy, 

Aid. John Keshan, 

Major Benjamin W. Nicholson, 

Charles Preston Kennedy, 

Philip Cogan, Mus. Doc, 


Ca 60£, 61 

Ha 62 

Xa 34, 35 
Ra 70 
Qa 67 
Ya 60 

Za 42 

Sa 66 
Bb 41 
Ab 66, 67 
Cb 47, 48 
Ab 62 
Bb 51, 52 
Na 34 


Parnell Circle* 


29 


Charles Stewart Parnell, m.p., 
Mrs. Delia Parnell, 


Parnell Circle 



Curran's Square* 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


2 


Philpot Curran, 


LM N51 to 57 


M 


Rt. Hon. Chief Justice Monahan, 


G&H51*to57 


>> 


Edward Southwell Ruthven, m.p., 


L 37 to 39 


M 


Major Fitzgerald, 


L 48 


• • 


Captain Henry Quill, 


J 35 


.. 


Con Lyne, Barrister, 


HI 51 


.. 


Edward D. Mapother, m.d., 


B34 


11 


Sir James Murray, m.d., 


D 41, 42st. 


M 


Mary Lady Murray, 


>» 


M 


Michael Staunton, Ex-Collector-General, . . 


C28£ 


M 


George Farrell, c.b., 


B 42£ & 43st. 


M 


John Finlay, ll.d., County Court Judge, .. 


K50£ 


t. 


Sir John Boyd, Bart, r.n., 


D 42£ 


„ 


Captain Frederick Draffen, 


J 54 


" 


John Redmond, 

Member, Catholic Association. 


A33£ 


,, 


Fergus Farrell, Ex-Lord Mayor, 


J 32 


,1 


Patrick O'Higgins, "The O'Higgins," .. 


J 41 


,, 


Denis Costigan, Ex-City Treasurer, 


D 51J 


M 


James Grady, " The 0' Grady," .. 


E39 


.. 


Col. Fitzgerald Higgins, 


E 50 


,, 


Surgeon-General James Mouat, c.b., v.c, 


G35 


»? 


James H. Monahan, q.c, 


H 52£, 53 



CURRAN'S SQUARE— continued. 


No. on 
Map 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


2 


Aid. Joseph M'Cann, 


D 46, 47st. 




John Nolan Ferrall, d.l., 


F & G 56£, 57 


" 


James Barry, m.d., 


I 48i, 49 




Charles C. Fitzgerald, j. p., 


N 40,41 




Captain Walter Haokett, 


J 50 




Randal Plunkett, 


J 38 




Oliver Plunkett, 


K36 




Michael Carey, first buried in Cemetery, 


O 43 




Luke Byrne, m.d., 


N 42 




Lieut. William F. Caldbeck, 


L 45 


New Chapel Section* 


45 


Cardinal M'Cabe, 


Facing Chapel 


46 


Most Rev. Dr. Duggan, Bishop of Clonfert, 


Hf 63st. to 65 


Dublin Section* 


23 


Sir Thomas Farrell, Sculptor, 


Vault B 26 


'ii 


Alexander M'Donnell, m.d., 


Vault B 23 


.. 


Martin Burke, " Independent Jury-man, " . . 


Vault B 11 


24 


Hon. Mr. Justice Lynch, 


Se&Te9to 11 


., 


Judge Carton, 


Te 71 & 8 


» 


John Edward Pigott, 


Se&Te4£to7 



, . 10 . . 



DUBLIN SECTION- continued. 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


24 


Vesey Daly, Clerk of the Crown, 


Bf 4} & 5 


" 


Christopher Copinger, q.c., 
County Court Judge. 


le 14, 15 


!• 


Richard 0' Gorman, 


le A\ to 6 


M 


Jeremiah Dunne, j.p., 


le Hi & 12 


1. 


Redmond Carroll, Ex-Lord Mayor, 


Ie9| 


21 


John Roche, q.c, 


Vault D 6 


» 


Matthew J. Corbally, d.l., 


Vault D 4 


23 


Daniel Corbett, 


Vault B 9 


r, 


Aid. William Meagher, Ex-Lord Mayor, . . 


Vault B 22 


ij 


Michael Crooke, j.p., Auctioneer, 


Vault B 7 


5 


Barbara Dillon, Countess of Roscommon, . . 


Jb 17 


M 


Lady Charlotte Mahon, 


Ya 24 


ii 


Clarence Mangan, Poet, 


Jb 34 


>> 


Sir Patrick Maxwell, 


Mb 5 


» 


Frank Thorpe Porter, Police Magistrate, . . 


U 5 


M 


Patrick James Smyth, m.p., 


la 8 


M 


Master James Goff, 


Ub 18 


M 


Signor Albani, 


P31 


r> 


William Powell, Publisher, 


W 33 


M 


William Forde, Ex-Town Clerk, .. 


Z30 


>• 


Thomas M. Ray, 


Ya 9 


M 


Sir William Carroll, m.d., 

Twice Lord Mayor. 
P. Gallagher, Ventrilomiist. 


WIc 32 

— _ 



. . 11 . . 



DUBLIN SECTION— continued. 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


26 


John S. Stevenson, 


Tc51 


21 


Father James Healy, p.p., 


Jf 4, 5st. 


M 


Charles Geoghegan, Architect, 


Pf 4 & 5st. 


M 


J. J. M'Carthy, Architect, 


Jf 24 


» 


William H. Byrne, Architect, 


Ng4& 5st. 


• 1 


Doctor Thomas Nedley, 


Kf 4, 5st. 


22 


Aid. Richard J. Devitt, j.p., 


We&Xe4£to6 


M 


James Duffy, Publisher, 


Xc 7, 8 


II 


Doctor William H. O'Leary, m.p., 


Jf 13£ 


24 


William Hague, Architect, 


Bf 5 


25 


Rev. Thaddeus O'Malley, 


Ac 46i 


26 


Major Theobald Butler, 


Be 32 


5 


Aid. John Gavan, 


N 16 




Major Michael Lidwill, 


Q 28 




Rev. Daniel Kelly, p.p., 


Y 38 




Patrick F. Manley, Army Horse Agent, . . 


Y 22£ 




Lieut. Nicholas Kirwan, 


V 12 




Thomas J. Lee, m.d., 


Fa 35 




William Whelan, m.d., 


Ha 32 




Michael Coyle, Head I. National Schools, 


la 25£ 




Peter Murray, brother of Ex-Archbishop 
Murray. 


la 25 




Joseph Burke, b.l., 

Assistant P. L. Commissioner. 


Ka 7 



12 . . 



DUBLIN SECTION— continued. 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


5 


1 

Bridget Moriarty, mother Ex- Bishop of Kerry, 


Yb 50 


M 


Capt. Arthur E. Flood, 


Wa 21 


" 


James M'Donough, m.d., 


Ka 17 


•1 


Arthur Keary, Surgeon Dentist, 


Bb 24 


II 


Surgeon Laurence Clarke, 


Vb 50 


N 


Dr. William White, Ex-City Coroner, 


Oc 37 


* 


Capt. James Goldrisk, Asst. Com.-Gen., 


Hb 52 


26 


James Charles Coffey, q.c, County Court 
Judge. 


Kd 27 


5 


John Shea, m.d., 


Cc 31 


N 


Professor Thomas Baldwin, m.r.i.a., 


Dc 5 


„ 


Daniel Browne, m.d., 


S 5 


„ 


Patrick J. Molloy, m.d., 


Jb 50 


n 


Michael O'Grady, m.d., 


Be 47 


N 


Rev. Michael Mullally, p.p., 


Cc 5£ 


M 


Richard L. Hughes, m.d., 


He 37 


26 


Walter G. Doolin, Architect, 


Xc 4£ 


H 


Capt. Theobald Sheil, 


Tc 12 


21 


Joseph O'Neill, j.p., 

Chairman R. D. Council. 


Jf 7, 8 


26 


John Fergus O'Hea, Artist, 


ma 46 


,, 


Major William Dillon, 


Qd 4 


25 


Aid. John Scally, j.p., 


Vault A 1 


5 


Edward Dwyer, Secretary Catholic Assoc, 


Ub 27 



13 





DUBLIN SECTION— continued. 


1 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


5 


Rev. Matthew Collier, p.p., 


Wb 51 


if 


Most Rev. Joachim Canon Villanueva, 


Db 15 


26 


Father Charles Meehan, Author, 


Qd 16 


21 


Timothy Harrington, m.p., 
Thrice Lord Mayor. 


Ug4& 5st. 


M 


Daniel C. Jennings, County Inspector, R.I.C., 


Kf 14, 15 


26 


John Frazer, "J. De Jean," Poet, 


Vd 13 


,, 


Captain O'Brien, " Father of Irish Coursing/' 


Wld 27 


25 


Major T. L. Grace, 


Le 48£ 


,, 


Ralph Walsh, 


He 41 


26 


Doctor Daniel F. Brady, 
Inspector of Anatomy. 


Xd 27i 


5 


Lieut.-Col. William Lynam, Prolific Writer, 


Ub 12 





South Section. 




47 


The O'Gorman Mahon, m.p., 


Se 31st & 32 


M 


Barry Sullivan, " Dramatic Artist," 


Re 32st. & 33 


35 


Richard Barrett, Journalist, 


De 5 


34 


General Andrew Browne, cb., .. 


Ne 19st. & 20 


47 


Alexander M. Sullivan, Barrister, m.p., . . 


Se 50 


35 


Martin Crane, 


Je 4 


34 


Very Rev. D. W. Cahill, d.d., 


Le 21 


35 


j Patrick Costello, 


Ee 4 





, i 14 . , 






SOUTH SECTION— continued. 




No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


35 


Sir Patrick Keenan, c.b., 


Pd 40st. & 41 


37 


Dr. Thomas Willis, 


Bd 39* 


35 


William Dargan 


Td 39 & 40 


37 


John Keogh, 


Cd. 41 


35 


Sir William Grace, 


Wld 39 


» 


Mary, Lady Grace, 


»> 


» 


Michael Boyd, m.d., 


Wd 26 


» 


Aid. John Reynolds, j.p., Ex-Lord Mayor, 


Ee & Fe 6 to 8 


M 


Tom Reynolds, Ex-City Marshal, 


,, 


34 


Discalced Carmelite Fathers, 


Se&Tc20to22 


35 


Allen, Larkin, and O'Brien, Cenotaph, 


Rd 41 


» 


James Stephens, 


Rd 40 


7 


John E. Redmond, m.p., 


Za 48 


.. 


Dwyer Gray, Journalist, m.p., 


Ya 48 & 49£ 


H 


Charlotte, Duchesse De Saldanha, 


Sb 66st. 67 


M 


Samuel P. Redington, Crown Solicitor, 


Cb 75 


»» 


Frank O'Sullivan, Journalist, 


Nb 4f 


|l 


Father Petcherine, 


Cb 72^ 


If 


William Redmond, m.p. , 


Za 50 


38 


John Blake Dillon, m.p., 


Wld 54 & 55 


M 


Valentine B. Dillon, Twice Lord Mayor, . . 


Wld 66st, 67 


37 


Frederick William Conway, Journalist, . . 


Tc 40, 41 


» 


Frank Morgan, Ex-Corporation Law Agent, 


Kd 39 



. 15 . . 





SOUTH SECTION -continued. 




No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place, 


37 


Martin Haverty, Historian, 


Xc 32 


,, 


Hon. Anne M. Butler, 


Zc 8£ 


39 


Sisters Third Order of Mount Carmel, 
Eugene O'Curry, Irish Scholar, 


Xc & Yc 44 to 

47. 
Kd 49, 50 


" 


Anne Devlin, 

" Emmett's Faithful Servant." 


Vc 45 


38 


Garrett M. Byrne, m.p., 


Td 52 


» 


Alderman Daniel Burke, 


Td 53, 54£ 


13 


Colonel John O'Mahony, 


Oc&Pc3st. to 6 


M 


Terence Bellew M'Manus, 


M 


7 


William M''Laughlin, o.c, 


Sb 56 


37 
35 


Timothy D. Sullivan, m.p., 
Twice Lord Mayor, 


Cd 36 & Ac 3 


6 


David Sheehy, m.p., 


Aa 25 


,, 


Berril H. Maguire, County Inspector, R.I.C., 


Qa 3 to 5± 


34 


Thomas Arkins, Ex-City Sword Bearer, . . 


Ic 8, 9b 


34 


Lieut.-Col. E. H. O'Dowd, 


Me 3 


M 


Joseph Holloway, Architect, 


Tc lOst & 11 


13 


Sir Robert Kane, f.r.s., 


Jc 69, 70 


■■ 


Les Soeurs du Bon Secours, 
Professor Stewart, m.a., 


Wlc & Nc 53 to 

56 
Wlc 50 


,. 


William O'Brien, m.p., 


He 72 


M 


James, Count Nugent, 


Pc 35 


» 


Olivia Mary, Countess Nugent, 


v 





. . 16 . . 




SOUTH SECTION -continued. 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


13 


Aid. C. Dennehy, j.p., .. 


PC 25 


» 


Rev. Sir Christopher Bellew, Bart., s.j., . . 


Pc 42 


M 


Lady Kane, Authoress, 


Jc 69 




Calced Carmelite Fathers, 


Oc & Pc 48 to 

51 


,, 


Very Rev. Father Thomas Bennett, d.d., .. 


7 


Dr. More Madden, 


Mb 74 


>> 


Tom Sheehan, Journalist, 


Qb 73 


13 


Professor James W. Kavanagh, Journalist, 


Pc 12 


» 


Thomas Fagan, 

Registrar, Court of Bankruptcy. 


Pc 34 


7 


Professor Henry Tyrrell, f.r.c.s.i., 


PK> 75£ 


13 


John B. Murphy, q.c., .. 


Oc 23 


,, 


Serjeant Denis C. Heron, q.c, 


Pc 13 


6 


John Geo. MacCarthy, Land Commissioner, 


Ca 74 


9 


Thomas Alexander Stodart, Journalist, .. 


Yall7 


» 


Richard Coyne, Publisher, 


Ac 93 


13 


Judge Romney Kane, .. 


Jc 69 


„ 


Right Hon. Mr. Justice Kenny, 


He 52 


>. 


John Fisher Murray, Author, 


Nc 44 


,. 


Professor James B. Robertson, 


Pc 62 


,. 


John K. Casey, " Leo," Poet, 


Nc 7 


9 


Michael Angelo Hayes, Painter, r.h.a., . . 


IVIc 94£ 





Peter Paul M'Swiney, 
Twice Lord Mayor. 
William Anderson, J.P, 


NIC 79£ 







, , 17 , , 






SOUTH SECTION - continued. 




No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


9 


Professor William Hennessy, 
Irish Scholar. 


Ufa 98 


» 


John P. D. Piercey, Journalist, .. 


Kc 98 


10 


Thomas H. Burke, 

Under Secretary for Ireland. 


Zb 74, 75 


33 


Right Hon. Joseph M. Meade, p.c, 


Xe 15, 16, 17£ 


47 


Right Hon. Sir Richard Martin, Bart., p.c, 

D.L. 


Xe & Ye 27st. 
28, 29 


» 


Charles E. Martin, d.l., 


Xe25st.,26,27£ 


33 


Hugh O'Connor, 


Bf 28st., 29 




. 


William J. Martin, m.d., 


Df 3, 4 




, 


Sir Francis R. Cruise, m.d., d.l., 


Af 28st, 29 




, 


Aid. William F. Cotton, j.p., 


Hf 28, 29 




» 


Cornelius Pelly, j.p., 


Bf 26st, 27,28£ 




, 


W. R. J. Molloy, m.r.i. a., j. p., 


Df 28st., 29 


27 


Doctor Joseph E. Kenny, m.p., 
Ex-City Coroner. 


Cg 3, 4* 


33 


Conway Dwyer, m.d., . . 


Bf 25, 26J 


6 


Joseph Downey, Poet, 


Ta 33 


M 


Catherine, Baroness Von-Stentz, 


Ja 16 


34 


Sir Joseph Downes, 


Se 18st. & 19 


31 


Michael Moran, " Zozimus," 


Ag 30 


33 


Alderman Michael G. Kernan, 


Hf 17st, 18 


7 


Surgeon-Major Ulick A. Jenings, 


lb 74, 75 


» 


Lieut.-Col. Oliver Martyn, 


Hb 73, 74£ 



. . 18 



SOUTH SECTION— continued. 



No. on 
Map. 



NAMES. 



Burial Place. 



Dominick Marquess, 

Ex-Governor, Harold's Cross Prison. 

Constantine Molloy, q.c., 

Capt. Thomas M'Carthy, 

Capt. Maurice Den- Keating, 

Judge Curran, 

10 Capt. Henry Hutchinson, 

Thomas Arnold, 

Professor of Literature. 

13 Surgeon-Major Richard C. C. Hickson, 

Valentine Vousden, Comedian, 

John B. Murphy, q.c, 

John J. Cranny, m.d., .. 

Sir Christopher J. Nixon, m.d., ll.d. 

Capt. Francis S. Sampson, 

12 Sir George Penrose, Knt., 

10 Heffernan Considine, cb., m.v.o., d.l., b.a. 
Deputy Inspector- General, R.I.C. 

Capt. Wm. Fitzjames Barry, r.m., 

13 Surgeon Malcolm W. Hilless, l.r.cs.i., . . 

Alban Croft, Professor of Music, 

Dr. Thomas Hamilton Burke, 
Ex-L. G. B. Inspector. 

Capt. Robert W. Marmaduke Blake, 

James Brady, m.d., 



Cb 74, 75 

Sb 60st. 61 
Kc 74, 75 
Kc 51, 52 
Nc 48 
Wb 72 
Wb 52 

Wlc 73 
Ac 10 
Oc 23 

Be 55st., 56 
Dc 72, 73 
EC 56, 57| 
Cc 36 
Vb 56, 57i 

Yb 69 
Fc 61, 62£ 
Kc 50.51J 
Jc 71 

Jb 73, 74£ 
Kb 74, 75 



. . 19 . . 



SOUTH SECTION— continued. 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


6 


Francis J. Boxwell Quinlan, m.d., 


Da 74, 75 


» 


Sir Patrick Coll, k.cb., 

Chief Crown Solicitor for Ireland. 


Va 5, 6£ 


„ 


John J. Therry, j.p., .. 


Ha 74, 75 


- ,, 


Fleet-Surgeon St. Laurence Ffrench Mullen, 


Ra 74, 75 


7 


Surgeon-Major John J. Greene, 


Ya 46, 47 


II 


John J. Robinson, Architect, 


Ya 74, 75 


ii 


Capt. Alfred Evans, 


Jb 68| 


37 


White Quakers, Members of the Universal 
Community. 


Tc & Uc 27 to 

29. 


II 


Patrick C. Baxter, m.d., 


Ad 8 


» 


Doctor Geoffrey Theodore Martyn, 


Hd 6A 


l» 


Captain Edward Martin, 


Id 20 


II 


Capt. Luke Martin, 


»> 


39 


Rt. Hon. John Naish, Ex-Lord Chancellor, 


Tc 64, 65£ 


35 


Capt. R. Evans, 


Md 3 


i, 


Patrick J. M'Evoy, m.d., 


Vd 3 


>> 


Doctor Leonard Trant, 


Ce3 


ii 


Patrick Cadogan, Turf Agent, 


Ee 18, 19 


34 


Thomas Lyle Stirling, j.p., 


le 9, 10 


47 


Very Rev. Thomas Canon O'Donnell, p.p., 


Se 36, 37£ 


34 


Rev. Michael J. Gibney, p.p., 


Te 3, 4 


38 


Henry Berkley, m.d., 


Qd 44, 45 £ 


39 


Very Rev. Michael Canon Farrington, p.p., 


Kd 46 



. . 20 



SOUTH SECTION- continued. 


No. on 
Map 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


39 


Andrew J. Home, m.d., 


Fd 46 


ii 


Daniel Doherty, m.d., 18th R. I. Regt., 


Kd 56 


„ 


Henry O'Hara, q.c, 


Kd 58 


38 


Very Rev. James Fay, p.p., 


Md 52,53 


» 


Charles Egan, 

Munificent Benefactor to the Public 
Institutions of Dublin. 


Wld 45 46£ 


37 


Charles Kernan, 

late Puisne Judge, High Court of Madras. 


Id 40, 41 


39 


William Henry O'Connor, Artist, 


Dd 44, 45£ 


34 


Aid. James Cummins, j.p., 


Te 15, 16 


„ 


Aid. Richard Toole, 


Ne 18, 19| 


37 


Francis Crosbie, Journalist, 


Hd 19 


9 


Daniel Tallon, Twice Lord Mayor, 


Me 99 


Garden Section* 


i 


Watty Cox, Journalist, 


S 1501 


20 


Bryan, Count de Kavanagh, m.d., 


Qd 101^ 


1 


Patrick Kennedy, Author, 


Ba 72 


,i 


Thomas N. Underwood, b.l., 


Lb 94J 


18 


Serjeant Sir John Howley, 


Vault B 23 


„ 


Inspector-General James E. Williams, 


Nf 111£ 


" 


John Dalton, Historian, 


Ye 56£, 57 



, 21 



GARDEN SECTION— continued. 


No. on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


20 


J. Patrick Somers, m.p., 


Wld 65 


19 


Hon. Mr. Justice John O'Hagan, 


Vault A 14 


»• 


W. J. Battersby, Author, 


We 121 


1 


Captain E. White, r.n., 


X 141 


20 


James P. Organ, 

Inspector of Released Convicts. 


Me 160£ 


18 


Very Rev. Thomas Canon Pope, 


Tg 135 


17 


John Hooper, Journalist, 


Zg 178i 


„ 


Professor Robert Campbell, 


Fg 139 


19 


James F. Lombard, j.p., 


Vault A 15 


15 


William R. Dunbar, m.a., t.cd., 


Te 2021 


17 


Matthew O'Donnell, q.c, 
County Court Judge. 


Vf 138A 


18 


Lieut. -Col. T. O'Meara, 


Bf 87 


„ 


Captain William Law, r.a., 


Vault B 28a 


,, 


Edward Fottrell, j.p., .. 


Vault B 45 


17 


Dublin Metropolitan Police, 


Nf 217 to 228 


14 


Royal Irish Constabulary, 


Kf 212 to 228 


17 


John Mallon, j.p., Assistant Commissioner, 


Nf 236 


18 


Daniel Ryan, Ex-Chief Supt. Police, 


Jf 89 


20 


George Morrogh, j.p. , m.d., 


Tc 76 


14 


James O'Connor, m.p., 


Xe 192, 193 


1 


Henry Keogh, r.m., 


A 90 


» 


Dominick Burke, m.d., 


H 111 



22 . . 



GARDEN SECTlON-continued. 


No on 
Map. 


NAMES. 


Burial Place. 


18 


John O'Hart, Author of " Irish Pedigrees," 


Zg 97 


1 


General Sir Martin Dillon, 


Cb 71 


., 


Very Rev. James Manning, p.p., 


lb 5Si 


19 


Mark Cahill, m.d., 


Vault A 27 


17 


Edward J. O'Neill, m.d., 


Wf 142 


St* Bridget's Section, South, 


51 


Jesuit Fathers, 


Ah to Gh30to 

40^ 
Ah to Ch 15 to 

21| 
Ah to Ch 9st. 

to 15£ 
Hh 33 


52 
50 


Dominican Fathers, 
Franciscan Fathers, 
Hon. Mrs. Mabel Corbet, 


» 


Aid. John Campbell, j.p., Twice Lord Mayor, 


Bh 28£ 


51 


Captain Morgan O'Connell, 


Ah 28 


» 


Sir John Lentaigne, c.b., 


Fh 26st., 27 


50 


Thomas O'Donnell, Ex-City Accountant, . . 
William P. Coyne, M.A., Statistician, 


Hh 28 to 3Q| 

r^ r . 




Dept. of Agriculture, &c, for Ireland. 




St, Bridget's Section, Dublin. 


54 


Capuchin Fathers 


Mh to Oh 4 to 

8 
Ph & Rh 4 to 

8 
Ah&Bh5to8 


,, 


Christian Brothers, 


55 


Augustinian Fathers 


» 


Most Rev. Dr. O'Connor, Bishop of Saldes, 


" 



• . 23 



ST. BRIDGET'S SECTION, DUBLIN— continued, 



No. on 
Map. 



NAMES. 



Burial Place. 



55 Rt. Rev. Monsignor Kennedy, p.p., v.g., . 

Very Rev. Dean Lee, p.p., v.g., 

Very Rev. Joseph Canon Flanagan, p.p., 

William Woodlock, Police Magistrate, 

Stephen M. MacSwiney, m.d., 

Sisters of the Third Order of St. Dominick, 

55 Henry Thynne, ll.d., 

Deputy Inspector-General, R.I.C. 

William H. Brayden, Journalist, 



Hh 4 
Fh 4 
Ch 4 
Ch 13J 
Bh 21£ 

Nh & Oh 105 

to 108 
Bh 22£, 23 

Ch 45£, 46 



St. Bridget's Section, Garden, 



Lieut.-Col. John V. Ryan Lenigan, 



.. DI239 



Richard Corr, Ex-Chief Supt, Met. Police, 
Little Sisters of the Assumption, 



Ph 215* 

Zl 260 to 262 



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