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Translated by "Caromom"
Cannot quite read the date numbers from the picture, so they may
be incorrect below, but the gist of the translation is:
Maire Nic a Bhaird bean Seain Ui lionainn
a fuair bar an
3 D Fomhair 1934
agus ar a ceile
Sean O lionainn,
a fuair bas 26 Nollaig 1959
In aimn an
Athair agus an Mhic agus an spioraid Naoimh Amen
Mary Ward wife of John Lennon (?)
died 3rd September * 1934
and her husband John Lennon, Cnomaigh Beag**
25 December 1959.
In the name of the Father and of the Son
and of the Holy Spirit, Amen
Note: My son who went to Irish school, said
that * Fomhair is harvest/Autumn, Mean Fomhair is September and
Deireadh Fomhair is October and literally mean middle of
Autumn/Harvest and end of Autumn/Harvest but he would be 90%
sure that in this case, without the Mean or the Deireadh it
would be September.
Cnomaigh Beag is most likely a local place name, could not find
a direct translation for it, but perhaps if you know the
graveyard you can tie it back to an area?
Our thanks to Caroline for the above translation and notes.
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