Carlow County - Ireland Genealogical Projects (IGP TM)

Richard Corrigan Papers
Death Records

Courtesy of Turtle Bunbury

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Deaths 1905 – 1950

Allen     November 11th, 1917 at his residence Donard, Co. Wicklow.  John ALLEN aged 77   Peace Perfect Peace.  Funeral 1 p.m. Tuesday.

Allen     January 28th 1916 at her residence Donard, Co. Wicklow.  Elizabeth the loving wife if John ALLEN aged 72 years. Funeral 2.30 p.m. tomorrow Sunday.   More than longer through him who loved her.   Peace Perfect Peace.

Ashmore     June 11th 1917 at Courtown Harbour,    William ASHMORE of Blackcastle, Mageney.   Funeral from Blackcastle at 1 o’clock today Wednesday.

Ashmore     June 27th 1922 at a Private Nursing Home, Dublin.   Luke, son of the late Luke ASHMORE, Castleroe, Maganey, Co. Kildare.

Ashmore     April 28th 1904 at Castleroe, Co. Kildare, Luke ASHMORE, aged 87 years, deeply regretted by his family.  Funeral will leave for Lorum, Co. Carlow at 12 o’clock on tomorrow (Saturday).

Batt       August 22nd, 1909 at her residence, 86 Sandymount Road, Dublin.  Lizzie, the loving wife of Thomas BATT M.P.S.I.

Batt       April 29th, 1917 at his residence 2 Hempenstall Terrace, Newgrove Avenue, Sandymount.
Thomas BATT M.C.P.S.I., Eldest son of the late Thomas BATT, Richmond Avenue, Fairview.  Funeral Strictly Private.  No Flowers.

Boothman  December 9th 1910 at Trooper Fields, Blessington.
William BOOTHMAN, aged 55 years, eldest son of the late William BOOTHMAN.  Funeral today (Monday) at 2 o’clock for Blessington.

Boulter July 5th, 1916 at the Rectory, Ballymore Eustace. Rev Edward Albert BOULTER B.D. aged 52.  Funeral Private.

Borowes     On Saturday Nov 9th, 1918 at 18 Warwick Villas, Dublin of heart failure following influenza,
Winifreda, dearly loved wife of Eustace BORROWES and daughter of the late J.M. ROYSE.  Funeral Powerscourt Old Churchyard, Wednesday 12 o’clock.

Blizard  October 5th at a Nursing Home in Dublin, the beloved wife G.A. BLIZARD, daughter of the late J. BEGLEY of Rathmore, Naas. Funeral to Mount Jerome 10:45 Saturday morning leaving 26 Upper Gardiner St. at 10 a.m. by kind permission.

Bradley September 30th 1918 of Wounds,
John MC DONALD BRADLEY, Lt. R.D.F. only child of the late Donald A. BRADLEY of Tullamore, Nephew of the late John I. BERNARD 26 Clare St., Dublin.

Brown           March 1st at Barrow House, Carlow,  Jennie, wife of W.J. BROWN, Woodlandss, Castledermot

Brown           June 29th 1905 at 54 Palmerston Road Margaret, the beloved wife of Robert BROWN

Brown           On the 6th June 1908 at Kinneagh, Co. Carlow. Isabella, the beloved wife of John BROWN (late of Knockpatrick).

Brown           June 4th, 1913, suddenly at his residence Kinneagh Glebe, Co. Carlow formerly of Knockpatrick, Co. Kildare.  Funeral tomorrow Saturday at 12 o’clock to Castledermot, Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God.

Brown           December 19th, 1916, Private Robert BROWN S.A.I., Killindin, Mororogo, British East Africa, of dysentery, youngest son of the late John George BROWN of Woodlandss, Castledermot, Co. Kildare, Ireland.  Deeply Regretted.

Brown           August 27th 1919 at 23, Palmerstown Road, Dublin.  Robert BROWN aged 82 years.  Psalm 15.  Funeral (Private) today (Friday) 29th.

Brown           December 18th 1920 at Grangeford, Tullow, Jane, daughter of the late Robert BROWN, Knockpatrrick, Castledermot.  Funeral, 12 o’clock today (Monday).

Brown           November 28th, 1923 at Woodlandss, Co. Kildare.  John George BROWN, beloved son of William J. BROWN aged  .    “Safe in the arms of Jesus.”  Funeral tomorrow Friday.

Browne        April 29th, 1912 at his residence. Charleville Parade, Tullamore.  John V. BROWNE.

Browne        January 23rd 1929,  Hannah LETT BROWNE, wife of the late James Thomas BROWNE, House, Castledermot, Co. Kildare.

Browne        January 9th, 1926 at Slyguff,  James T. BROWNE, late of Woodlands, Castledermot.  Funeral leaves at 2 o’clock today (Monday) for Lorum.

Buckley       March 21st, 1923 at her residence Charlton Terrace, Inchicore Road. Susan, dearly beloved wife of Alexander BUCKLEY in her 83rd year.  Rock of Ages cleft for me.  Funeral at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow (Friday) for Mount Jerome.

Cope  December 20 1901 Boshof, South Africa of Enteric Trooper.  John COPE, S.A.C. eldest son of Joseph T. COPE, Abbey View, Castledermot aged 22 years.  “Blessed are the pure in heart for they shall see God”

Cope  July 16th 1910 at Abbeyview, Castledermot, Co. Kildare, Joseph Thomas COPE, aged 73 years.  Deeply regretted

Cope  In loving memory of Michael William COPE 1st Canadian Contingent who was killed in action La Bassee 15th June, 1915.

Cope  February 2nd, 1916 at Arkona, Castledesmend, Michael BROWN COPE in his 88th year.

Coleborn     (Dunlavin)  July 10th, 1925. Walter COLEBORN, Dublin, the result of an accident, deeply regretted by his wife and children.  Funeral will arrive at Dunlavin by motor 3 p.m. tomorrow (Sunday)12th inst.

Conn       September 13th 1909 at Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny. Harriett Jane, beloved wife of William J. CONN.

Conn August 7, 1922 at Thomastown, Co. Kilkenny. William J. CONN   Funeral today (Wednesday) 9th Inst. at 2 o’clock (Newtime).

Connolly     On 20th June 1910 at Vincent Road, Remuera, Auckland, New Zealand. Sasa Elizabeth, beloved wife of Rev. W. E. CONNOLLY and daughter of Edward LAWDER Esq. of Springville, Co. Leitrim.

O’Connor     September 14th 1918 at Donoughmore Rectory, Baltinglass. Ruth O’CONNOR, 19 months.  She had learned four hymn tunes and was especially fond of 628 and 602.  Funeral leaves for Donoughmore Church at 2 o’clock today (Monday) September 16th.

O’Connor     March 8th, 1922 at the rectory, Monaghan. Emily Francis Aileen MAC DONNEL, the darling and only daughter of the Rev. John and Peg O’CONNOR aged 16 years, In Thy Presence to the fullness of Joy, Psalm 16 v. 12.  Funeral leaves the Rectory on Saturday next at 11:30 for the Parish Church and Coolshannagh.

Cotton          December 27th, 1922, at her residence Humphreystown, Blessington.  Elizabeth COTTON in her 82nd year.

Darker         March 3rd 1925 at Burgage, George Darker aged 87.  Funeral today (Thursday) to Blessington at 3 o’clock.

Dickson      March 1st 1934 at Whiteleas, Ballymore Eustace. Thomas M. DICKSON.  In the midst of life we are in death

Douglas       June 20th 1909 at Jaulkton, South Dakota (the result of an accident) William Frederick, second son of the late S. M. Douglas, Baltinglass  I Thessalonians IV  17 American and New Zealand papers please copy.

Fisher           Hannah Lucy, wife of William FISHER, Matatike, Hook, of Walmate and daughter of the late James BRAWN of Walmate after a short illness.  Feb 1st 1903

Fisher           April 10th 1919 at 23 Leinster Square, Rathmines. Frances Adelaide, wife of the late Samuel FISHER, Merginstown Glen, Dunlavin, Co. Wicklow.   St.Matthew 5:8.  Funeral Private.

Foster                       July 11th 1923 at this residence, Castlerickard, Moyvalley. Thomas dearly loved husband of Rebecca FOSTER aged 74 years.  Mark the perfect man and behld the Upright for the end of that man is peace.  Funeral today(Friday) 2 o’clock old time to Castlerickard.

Gageby         On her 8th birthday November 4th, 19??, 54 Upper Bachwood Avenue, Ranelagh, Dublin.

Grace          Dorothy darling only daughter of Thomas and Ethel Gageby.  Funeral private.

Giltrap         December 15th at Lucan, Annie JOHNSTON, wife of Henry GILTRAP.

Giltrap         September 5th 1910 at Elverstown, Ballymore Eustace. Richard Henry GILTRAP in his 57th year.

Giltrap         January 17th 1919 at Knockrue House, Hollywood, Co. Wicklow. Wlliam GILTRAP, aged 74 years.

Giltrap         March 3rd 1923 at his residence Stoneyford, Kilkenny. Robert GILTRAP departed this life.  “Thy Will Be Done”.  Funeral 2 o’clock tomorrow (Tuesday) Ennisnag.

Giltrap         At his late residence Paulville, Tullow after a short illness.  Robert A. GILTRAP.  Deeply regretted by his sorrowing wife and large circle of friends.  Funeral to Rathvilly at 1 o’clock today (Monday) 9th.

Giltrap         August 7th 1912 at Elverstown. William aged 13 years, youngest son of the late R.H. GILTRAP.  Funeral to Hollywood today (Friday) leaving at 1 o’clock.

Giltrap         August 14th 1921 at his residence Glenwood, Lucan. Samuel COPE GILTRAP.  Funeral to New Esker today (Tuesday) at 3 o’clock.

Giles  June 4th 1925 at his residence Ardeevan, Coleraine in his 71st year.  The Rev. William Henry GILES, B.A. T.C.D , late Rector of Killowen, Coleraine. Funeral leaving his late residence at 1 p.m. on tomorrow (Saturday) for Service in Killowen Parish Church and from there by motor for internment in Londonderry City Cemetery.

Grey  October 8th at 12 Laurence Road, Clontarf. Annie Mary (Pollie) the dearly loved and loving wife of John T. GREY junior.

Grey  April 27th 1923 at his residence 3 Warren Point, Clontarf.  John T. GREY.

Hatch   1931 May 16th at Cardiff. Dr. J. A. FREEMAN HATCH, a member of a well-known ARDEE family.

Hackett        May 7th 1900. Maud Ellen HACKETT, eldest daughter of the late Herbert HACKETT, Rossfaraham Kings Co.  deeply mourned by her brothers, sister and friends.

Hackett      April 17th 1930 at 13 Lindsay Road, Glasnevin, Dublin. Isabella, aged 77, widow of the late William S. HACKETT.  Funeral private.

Hackett        November 5 1918 at Casulty Clearing Station. William LUMLEY HACKETT, Canadians, died of wounds, younger son of the late W.S. HACKETT and Mrs. HACKETT, 73 Lindsay Road, Glasnevin.

Heighington          July 20th 1915 at Mount Faris. Elizabeth Eleanor, widow of William HEIGHINGTON M.D. Donard House. Funeral Donard Church on Firday at 11.30.  No Flowers.

Heighington          August 19th 1922 at his residence, Donard House, Donard, Co. Wicklow. Lieutenant -Colonel William HEIGHINGTON.  Fondly loved and deeply mourned. Funeral tomorrow (Tuesday) August 22nd at Donard.  No flowers by request.

Hennessy    February 3rd 1910 at Merginstown, Dunlavin, Jane, widow of the late John HENNESSY.  Funeral to Dunlavin 2 o’c today (Friday).

Hodson         September 13th 1925 at the residence of her friend Mrs. HAYES, Edmonstown Park, Rathfarnham. Margaret Ellen, daughter of the late Samuel HODSON, Rocksavage, County Roscommon.  Funeral from Donard Church tomorrow (Wednesday) morning 11 o’clock.

Hodson         January 15th at her residence No. 10 Gasville Road, Rathgar. Dinah Hudson widow of the late Samuel HONSON of Enniscorthy in her 91st year.

Hornidge     January 31st 1911 at Roscombe, Tulfarris, Co. Wicklow.  Aged 47.

Hug   October 20th 1925 passed peacefully away.Matilda, second daughter of the late William HUG and beloved sister of Mrs. Elizabeth WILSON, and Mrs. Louisa VALENTINE of 14 South Anne Street, Dublin.

Jameson      Nov 24th (suddenly) in London. Surgeon General J. Lyster JAMESON, son of the M.O. William JAMESON M.D., 68 Harcourt Street, Dublin.

Johnston     July 21st 1922 at his residence Clone House, Monamolin, Co. Wexford. William JOHNSTON aged 70 years.  Funeral 3 o’clock (old time) tomorrow (Sunday) 23rd inst. to Monamolin.

Kennedy      October 15th 1918 at Military Hospital, Brighton of blood poisoning and pneumonia after influenza in his 19th year.  Cadet Herbert COLLES KENNEDY R.F.A. (late Dublin University O T C) only surviving and dearly loved son of Rev. Canon Herbert R. and Mrs. KENNEDY, Mariners Church Rectory Kinstown. With Christ.  Funeral this Friday morning at 10.30 Mariners Church and thence to Dean’s Grange.

Lamb       On Saturday 1st inst. at Daneswood, Glasnevin, Phoebe, the dearly beloved child of Gordon and Bessie LAMB aged 12 years and 11 months.

Lamb    August 21st 1929 suddenly. Bernie, dearly beloved wife of Gordon LAMB, Daneswood, Glasnevin.  In her 70th year.  God is Love  Funeral private, No Flowers.

Lamb    January 9th 1932 at his residence, Daneswood, Glasnevin,
Gordon LAMB, in his 87th year.  Perfect perfect Peace

In Proud and ever loving memory of Captain Raymond Fitzmaurice LAWRENSON, Chessire Regiment died from wounds in France September 5th 1917.

Lumley        November 7 1910 (suddenly) at Melbourne, Australia.  Benjamin CAVE, eldest son of the late Peter B. LUMLEY, Tullamore aged 60 years.

Lumley        August 14th 1912 at Ashurst New Zealand.  Charles William, sopn of the late Peter B. LUMLEY, Tullamore, aged 52 years.

Lyons            April 28th 1924 at his residence Hartwell House, Kill, Co. Kildare. Allen R. Lyons aged 87. Funeral at 3 o’clock today (Thursday) at Maudlins Cemetery, Naas.

Lyons            May 8th 1925 at the Hardwicke Hospital, Dublin. Desmond Kenny LYONS, dearly beloved of Dr. and Mrs. LYONS, Dunlavin.  funeral 1 o’clock Monday next May 11th at Dunlavin.

Malone         May 11th 19   Mount Lucas, Rathvilly.  Eva Emily, the dearly loved wife of William MALONE.  Funeral today (Wednesday) at 1 o’clock p.m. to Rathvilly.  American and Australian papers please copy.

Meathe Wednesday February 18th 1931 at his residence 10 Windsor Road, Rathmines, after a short illness.
Thomas MEATHE, son of late Robert MEATHE, Donald MILLS, Co. Wicklow.  Funeral to Donard tomorrow (Saturday) arriving at 1 o’clock.


Meathe         July 7th 1912 at Yew Park, Clontarf.  Margaret, eldest daughter of the late R. MEATHE, Donard.

Meathe         September 28th 1916 at his residence Yew Park, Clontarf after a short illness.  Robert, younger son of the late Robert MEATHE, Donard, Co. Wicklow. Funeral on Monday morning to family burial ground Donard on arrival of the 9.30 train to Dunlavin Station.  No flowers by request.

Meathe         February 27th 1926 at 7 Palmerstown Road, Dublin Susan daughter of the late Robert MEATHE, Mill House, Donard, Co. Wicklow.  Funeral by motor tomorrow ( Tuesday) March 2nd arriving Donard 1 o’clock.  No Flowers.

Meathe         February 17th 1928 at 7 Palmerstown Road, Dublin. Susan, daughter of the late Robert MEATHE, Mill House, Donard, Co. Wicklow.  Funeral by motor on tomorrow (Tuesday) March 2nd arriving Donard 1 o’clock.  No Flowers.

Miller January 3rd 1902 at his residence, Bennetts Bridge, Co. Kilkenny, after a long illness, borne with patience and resignation.  Robert, son of the late P. MILLER, Kilmanagh, Co. Kilkenny.

       “The ransomed spirit hath reached the shore,
       where they weep and suffer, and sin no more”.

Miller   July 3rd 1929 at his residence in Blessington.  Thomas, beloved husband of Annie Shirley MILLER.  Deeply regretted by his wife and family.   Thy will be Done Funeral at 3 o’clock tomorrow (Friday).

Miller           October 11th 1905 at her residence, Blessington (suddenly) Sarah, the dearly loved and loving wife of Thomas MILLER, to the inexpressible sorrow of her husband, brothers, sisters, relatives and friends.  Funeral at Blessington today (Friday) at 3 o’clock.   “Thy Will Be Done”

Seale    On Sunday October 5th 1930 at her sons residence St. Lukes Rectory, South Circular Road.  Alice Mary, widow of the late Richard STOKER SEALE, Fairfield, Dundrum, and youngest daughter of the late Thomas HASKINS of Fairwood, Timbely.

Swarbrigg  June 20th 1932 at her residence Drumelton, Dublin Road Skerries Catherine, wife of the late Stationmaster G.N.R.  only daughter of the late Robert WILSON, Greenhills, Glencoy, Co Antrim.  Funeral today (Wednesday) at 11 a.m. by train to Templecorrick, Co. Antrim.  Arriving Lurgan Station at 2.10 p.m. passing Ballinderry about 3 p.m.  No flowers by special request.

Warren October 15 the 1928 at Tulberneering, Dorinda WARREN, Clonhenritte, Camolin.

Transcribed by Maribeth Nolan Nov/Dec 2012

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