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SAINT PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL & GRAVE YARD, DUBLIN	   Nos. 1 - 92

Photo No.1
Front of SAINT PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL

Photo No.2
Church sign for SAINT PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL

Photo No.3
Entrance door used to enter into SAINT PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL

Photo No.4
Interior of SAINT PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL

Photo No.5
Information details on JONATHAN SWIFT and STELLA (ESTHER JOHNSON) graves.

Photo No.6
Tablet to JONATHAN SWIFT who died 1745, age 78 years.

Photo No.7
Underneath lie | interred | the mortal remains of Mrs HESTER JOHNSON better
known to the World by the name of STELLA | under which she is celebrated in the
Writings of | Dr. JONATHAN SWIFT Dean of this Cathedral. | She was a person of
extraordinary endow- | ments and accomplisments in body, mind and be- | haviour;
justly admired and respected by all who knew her, on account of her many eminent
vir | tues, as well as for her great natural and | acquired perfections | She
dyed January the 27th 1727-8 | in the 46th year of her age and | by her Will
bequeathed one | thousand pounds toward the support of a Chaplain to | the
Hospital founded in this city by Doctor | Steevens.

Photo No.8
Death Mask of JONATHAN SWIFT who died 1745.

Photo No.9
Cast of JONATHAN SWIFT'S skull who died 1745.

Photo No.10
ERSKIN CHILDERS | President of Ireland | 1973 - 1974 | (N.B.  Born London 1905,
he died whilst in Office November 1974.  He is buried in the Church of Ireland
Graveyard at Derralossary Church, Roundwood, Co. Wicklow.)

Photo No.11
DUBGLAS DEHÍDE | an craoibhín aoibhinn 1860 - 1949 | Céad Uactarán | na-h-
Eíreann | 1938 - 1945 | (DOUGLAS HYDE 1st President of Ireland 1938 - 1945.) |
(N.B.  Born 17 January 1860, he died 12 July 1949, aged 89 and is buried at
Portahard Church, Co. Roscommon.)

Photo No.12
CAESAR LITTON FALKINER M.A. | Barrister-at-Law | Secretary of the Council of |
The Royal Irish Academy | born Sep. 26 1863 - died Aug. 5 1908
Base:-  In affectionate remembrance | and in recognition of his valuable work in
the field | of Irish History, friends who loved and honoured him | have placed
this Tablet here.

Photo No.13
Sacred | To the Memory of | The Right Honourable | Sir JOSEPH NAPIER, Bart. |
Sometime Member for | the University of Dublin | afterwards Vice-Chancellor | of
the same University, | and Lord Chancellor of Ireland. | He served ably and
faithfully | his Profession, his University | and his Country, | and they honour
him alike. | Died 9th December 1882. | aged 78 years
Base:-  "Before the presence of his Glory with exceeding Joy" | Jude 24.

Photo No.14
To the Glory of God | In Loving and Honoured Memory of | LUCAS HENRY ST AUBYN
KING | Lieutenant King's Royal Rifles. | who fell at Ypres May 8th 1915 | aged
20 | "Qui ante diem periit, sed miles, sed Pro Patria". | eldest son of LUCAN
WHITE KING. C.S.I. | and GERALDINE his wife, of this County.
Small Tablet at base:-  CECIL HARMSWORTH KING | 1901 -1987

Photo No.15
To The Glory of God | and In Affectionate Memory of | ROBERT CRAWFORD MAYNE,
Esq. M.B. T.C.D. F.R.Q.C.P.O. | an eminent Physician of this City | who passed
away on the 7th day of April 1864 | cut off in the midst of an honourable and
useful | career, in the discharge of his professional duties, | at the
comparatively early age of 52 years. | beloved by all who knew him. | "Mark the
perfect man, and behold the upright; | for the end of that is peace". Ps.
XXXVII.37. | also | In Affectionate Memory of his wife | SUSAN, daughter of
ROBERT KELLETT, Esq. | Waterstown, Moynalty, Kells, Co. Meath, | who was taken
to rest on the | 28th day of February 1879, aged 73 years. | A devoted wife and
mother. | "Her children arise up and call her blessed". | Prov. XXXI.28. | This
Tablet was erected in the year 1894 | by JAMES FRANCIS MAYNE, Esq | and GUSTAVUS
ROCHFORT WADE, Esq. | Executors of the late | Miss MARY JANE ARMSTRONG, |
formerly of Athlone, County Westmeath, | in accordance with the instructions |
contained in her Will.

Photo No.16
To the Glory of God | and In Memory of | Maj: Gen: WILLIAM MUSSENDEN | of
Larchfield, Co: Down. Col- | onel of the 8th King's Royal | Irish Hussars. born
Jan: 17th | 1836. died Mar: 6: 1910.  He join | -ed the Regiment as Cornet |
June 10: 1853 & after serving | in it continuously command | -ed it from 1874 to
1879. | He was appointed Colonel | Jun: 8: 1895.  He took part in | the Crimean
Campaign 1854-5 | including the Charge of the | Light Brigade at Balaclava, |
was present at the battle | of Alma, at Inkerman and | at the siege of
Sebastopol.  | He also served in the Indian | Mutiny Campaign in Rajput |  -ana,
1858 to 1859. | This memorial has been pla- | -ced here by the Officers | of his
Regiment.

Photo No.17
In Remembrance of | The Rev: CHARLES WOLFE, | late Curate of Donaghmore, Co.
Tyrone | whose earthly course closed Feb 21 1823. | Rich in the treasures of
science and literature, | endowed with the noblest poetic powers, | blessed with
the love and admiration of all; | more blessed in his successful devotion | of
these high gifts | to the service of | him who gave them. | "If we believe that
Jesus died and rose again, | even so them also which sleep in Jesus | will God
bring with him".  I Thes. IV. 14

Photo No.18
Sacred | To the Memory of | Captain THOMAS JONES 94th Regt. | who departed this
life | on the 28th May 1847 | at Madras | aged 32 years | The Officers of the
94th Regt. | have erected this Tablet | to mark their esteem and regard | for
their departed brother.

Photo No.19
To the Memory of | JOHN RIGBY | late Sovereign of the Order of | Prince
Grand Rose Croix, | and Deputy Grand Commander of the | College of
Philosophical Masons of | Ireland: | whose great Masonic zeal, | manly
honourable and independent mind, | and kind and generous disposition, |
placed him in those high ranks of | Freemasonary, | and gained him the
esteem and respect of | Society. | This tribute to his worth is erected,
| by his Brethren of the | original Chapter of Prince Masons, | and the
first Volunteer Lodge Number 620 | AD MDCCCXIX (1819)

Photo No.20
In Memoriam | RICARDI WHATELY S.T.P. Archiepiscopi Dubliniensis. | Pro Christi
Veritate, Pro Ecclesi ae Salute, Pro Hominum Bono, | Indefessa, per Annos XXX11,
Sollicitudine | Episcopatu Functus, Obdormivit in Domino | VIII idus Octob.
MDCCCLXIII (1863) | anno, aetatis LXXVIII (78) | In ecclesia S.S. Trinitatis,
altera Hujus Dioecesis Cathdrali | Jacet Pulvis | "- Etian Si Mortuus Fuerit
Vivet"  Johan XI.25.

Photo No.21
Here lieth the body of the Right Honourable | Lady ELIZABETH Viscountess
DONERAILEe: | wife of the Right Honble HAYES SENTLEGER, Lord Viscount DONERAILE,
daughter of | the Right Hon. JOSEPH DEAN. Lord Chief Baron of the Court of
Exchequer in 1715, | and of MARGARET BOYLE, daughter of the Hon. ROGER BOYLE |
of Castlemartyr, in the County of Cork Esqr. | She departed this life on the 3d
day of Dec. 1761 in the 59th year of her age | She lived universally esteemed &
died universally lamented.  Her disconsolate husband | with whom she lived in
perfect harmony forty years hath caused this Monument to be erected | in
testimony of the love which he bore her | and as a memorial of his sincere
respect | for her many great & amiable virtues.

Photo No.22
Here liveth the | body of | ALEXDR | McGEE, Servant to | Dr SWIFT Dean of | St.
Patricks | His grateful | master caused | this Monument | to be erected in |
memory of his dis- | -cretion, fidelity, | and diligence, | in that humble |
station | Ob. Mar. 24 1722/1. | Aetat. 29

Photo No.23
In Memory of | Deputy Commissary General | ALEXANDER CROWDER CROOKSHANK C.B. |
who died at Dublin on the 14th April 1877 | Whilst in charge of the Commissariat
| as District Commissary General | he served throughout | the Eastern Campaign
of 1854 - 6 | In Commissariat Charge | of the Cavalry Division | he was present
at the engagements | of Bulganac and McKenzies Farm | and at the battles of |
The Alma, Balaklava, Inkerman, | and Tchernaya, | also throughout the Siege of
Sebastopol | He likewise served | on the China expedition of 1857 - 8 | in
Commissariat Charge of the | Expeditionary Field Force and was present | at the
capture of Canton | He had the Crimean War Medal | with four clasps, | the
Turkish Medal, the 5th Class | of the Medjidie, | and the China War Medal. |
with one clasp. | This Tablet is erected by | 145 of his brother Officers as a
mark | of their esteem for his character | and respect for his memory.

Photo No.24
To the Memory | of JOHN BOARDMAN Esqr | who for 23 years fill'd the office of |
Grand Treasurer to the Freemasons | of Ireland | with consummate Knowledge |
rigid Integrity | and unexampled Zeal | He died in London on the 29th of May
1814 | whilst on a Mission to | the United Grand Lodge of England. | This
Monument Tablet is erected by | the Grand Lodge | to commerate their gratitude
for his Services | their Sense of his Virtues | and their Sorrow for his loss. |
AUGS. FREDK. Duke of Leinster Gd. Master. | Hon. ABRM. H. HUTCHINSON Dy. Gd.
Master | JOHN H. Baron HUCHINSON | JOHN C. Baron KILMAINE both Wardens | Revd.
ROBT. HANDOCK D.D. Gd. Secy.

Photo No.25
Here lies the body | of WILLIAM WORTH Esqr. | sometime | Second Baron | of the
Court of Exchequer | who dyed, | Xbr. the XXIIId  A.D. MDCCXXI (1719) | Aetat:
suce, LXXV (75) | To whom, | and his heirs forever, | this Chappel | and Burial
Place | was granted | from the Reverend | the Dean of Chapter | of St. Patrick,
| with the consent | of FRANCIS | LORD A.B. of Dublin | by Indenture, | dated |
1lth. of May. A.D. MDCLXXXII.

Photo No.26
In Loving Memory of | the Right Honble | WILLIAM BROOKE L.L.D. | for many years
a | Master of the High Court | of Chancery | and subsequently a | Commissioner
of the Great | Seal of Ireland | born July 22 1796, died Aug 19 1881. |
Throughout a long and useful life he absorbed | the doctrine of God our Saviour
in all things | and having to it's close rejoiced in the faith | fullness of him
whose word was his constant | support, he died in perfect peace. | "Casting all
your care upon him for he | careth for you".  1 Peter V.VII

Photo No.27
Remember before God | AIDAN RONALD CUMING | OLDEN | Succentor 1942 - 1947 |
Prebendary of Tipper | 1964 - 1992 | (NB. He died in December 2000, aged 83
years, at Navan)

Photo No.28
In Memory of | GEORGE BROWN | A citizen of Dublin and | treasurer to the
Association for the Relief | of Distressed Protestants | This Cenotaph | was
erected by his Fellow-Citizens, as a tribute | of esteem for his benevolence and
heart and his | unwearied exertions in general, in the cause | of suffering
humanity. | He died on the 4th day of November 1838. | aged 53 years | and was
buried in Mount Jerome Cemetery | "Blessed are the dead, which die in the Lord |
from henceforth; yea, saith the Spirit, that they may rest | from their labours
and their works do follow them". | Rev. XIV.18

Photo No.29
To the Glory of God | and in beloved Memory of | Sir ROBERT WILLIAM JACKSON,
Knt. C.B., F.R.C.S.I., etc | Order of Medijie Hon. Associate St. John of
Jerusalem. | Depty. Surgn. General A.M.S. (Retired) | Served in Crimean War
(1854-56): Indian Mutiny (1857-58): | Ashanti War (1874): Zulu War (1880) |
Egyptian War (1882). | and Member of Cathedral Board for many years. | born 11th
August 1827, | Bank House, Edenderry, King's County, | died 12th May 1921. |
Eglington, Sandymount, Co. Dublin.

Photo No.30
This Memorial Window | was erected | to the Memory of those of the | 18th (Royal
Irish) Regt. | who fell in the Crimea | 1855. 56 | Killed or died of their
wounds, | Lieut. J.W. MEURANT, | in action 18th June 1855. | Three Sergeants,
one Drummer | and 85 Rank & File | Died of disease, | Ensign E. D. RICARD, 5th
May 1856. | 3 Sergeants and 77 Rank & File. | "He that believeth in ME, though
he were dead, | yet shall he live" | Gospel of St. John XI C 25th. V.

Photo No.31
This Marble was erected | by JOHN the sixth | Lord Viscount NETTERVILLE | In
Memory of | RICHARD PARSONS Earl of Rosse | who with his sister | Lady ELIZABETH
PARSONS | are inter'd | within this Cathedral.

Photo No.32
Sacred to the Memory of | JOHN KILLALY Esqure | Civil Engineer | who departed
this life April 6th 1832 | aged 60 years | This Monument has been erected | at
the request of his beloved wife | ALICIA KILLALY who died in her 61st year |
April 10th 1837 | "If I may but touch his garment | I shall be whole".  Matt.
9.21

Photo No.33
Sacred | To the Memory of | Brevet Major JAMES TARRANT RING | 18th Royal Irish |
who was mortally wounded when gallantly | leading the assault on the enemy's
position | at the Orakau Pah, on the 2nd April 1864 | He on several occasions
distinguished himself | during his service in the New Zeland War | and enjoyed
the confidence and respect | of both the Officers and men of the Regiment | by
whom this Memorial is erected.

Photo No.34
Memorial Monument - ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT - BIRMAH War of 1852-53

Photo No.35
Tablet on number 34:-   To the Memory of the | Officers, Non-Commissioned
Officers, | Drummers, and Privates | 18th (ROYAL IRISH) Regt. | who fell during
1852-53 in the | BIRMAH War | erected by their comrades | "Thy dead men shall
live together with my dead body shall they arise."

Photo No.36
Tablet at bottom of 34:-   The Regiment lost during the War by | death in the
field, from casualties or from | sickness attending as underneath. | Lt. R.
DORAN (Adjutant) 14th April 1852.  Killed in action | Captn. A. GILLESPIE 11th
December 1852 | Captn. W. P. COCKBURN 20th March 1853.  Died of wounds | Lt.
Colonel C. J. COOTE 24th May 1853 | Lieut. F. LILLIE 6th June 1853. | 27 Non
Commissioned Officers | 333 Drummers and Privates.
Base:-  BVRMAH (sic)

Photo No.37
Memorial Monument - 18th ROYAL IRISH REGIMENT - CHINA War 1840-1842

Photo No.38
Tablet top of number 37:-   Death of Lieut Coln. TOMLINSON | Comg. 18th (ROYAL
IRISH) Regt. | At Chappoo 18th May 1842

Photo No.39
Tablet bottom of number 37:-  To the Memory of the | Officers, Non-Commissioned
Officers, | Drummers and Privates. | 18th (ROYAL IRISH) Regt. | who fell during
1840-41-42 in the | CHINA War | Erected by their comrades | "The trumpet shall
sound, and the dead shall be raised incorruptible" | "Thanks be to God which
giveth us the victory through our Lord Jesus Christ".  1 Corin XV

Photo No.40
Tablet at base of number 37:-  The Regiment lost during this war by | death in
the field, from casualties or from | sickness; attending, as underneath | Lieut.
F. VAVASOUR, 12th October 1840 | Major R. HAMMILL 7th February 1841, | Lieut. A.
WILSON, Adjutant 19th June 1841 | Lieut F. SWINBURN, 11th September 1841, | Lt.
Coll. R. TOMLINSON, 18th May 1842 Killed in action | Captain C. J. COLLINSON
21st  July 1842 Killed in action | Lieut. D. EDWARDS, Lieut. J. COCHRANE 29th
August 1842 | Ensign J. COCHRANE 29th August 1842 | Ensign J. HUMPHREYS 16th
August 1842 | 19 Non-Commissioned Officers | 158 Drummers and Privates.
Base:-  CHINA

Photo No.41
This Memorial | is placed here by | The ROYAL IRISH Regiment | to the Glory of
God | and in affectionate Memory of | their illustrious | Colonel-in-Chief |
Field-Marshal The Right Honble | Viscount WOLSELEY | K.P., G.C.B.., O.M.,
G.C.M.G. | An ideal | Irish Soldier, | a brilliant leader of men, | a clever
strategist | and | a most delightful comrade | Colonel-in-Chief of the Regiment
| from 20th July 1898 until the 25th March 1913 | the day of his death.

Photo No.42
To the glory of God | and in memory of the coming | of the HUGUENOTS to Dublin |
1685

Photo No.43
By the unanimous vote | of the IRISH BAR | this Memorial | of esteem &
admiration | erected to the Memory of | JOHN BALL | one of his Majesty's
Barristers | at Law | he died 24 August 1813 DV | the 60th year of his age

Photo No.44
Sacred to The Memory | of | FRANCIS DOBSON Esqr | Cornet in the 2d Regt. of
Dragoon Guards. | Only son of the late Revd. ROBERT DOBSON | aged 22 years |
died at Dublin 21st June 1827.

Photo No.45
To the Memory | of | CHARLES HAUKES TODD Esq | Professor of Anatomy and Surgery
| to the | Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland | His pupils | have erected this
Tablet to record | their high sense | of his useful and benevolent life | their
respect | for his distinguished talents and | their gratitutde | for his
unwearied attention to their interests. | Nat. Nov. 6. 1784 - Obt. March 19.
1826

Photo No.46
Sacred | To the Memory of | JAMES SLATOR CUMMING, Esquire | Lieutenant in the
9th Regiment of Foot | who was killed in action in Affghanistan | at the forcing
of the Khyber Pass, | on the 5th of April 1842, | aged 23 years. | while
gallantly leading a company of that Regiment, | this Tablet | was erected by his
brother Officers, | in testimony and their friendship and respect | for one who
combined the virtues of | a brave soldier, and a sincere Christian. | Son of the
Revd. P. M. CUMMING, A.M. | Vicar of Magheracloon and Rector of Prior and Dromid
| "The gift of God is eternal Life through Jesus Christ our Lord". Rom.VI.

Photo No.47
MEREDYTH, MEREDITH family Tablet

Photo No.48
Main Tablet on number 47:-   Here lyeth ye body of | RICHARD MEREDYTH D.D. |
Lord Bishop of Leighlin & Ferns | and Dean of this Cathedral of St. | Patricks
who dyed August | the 3d A.D. 1597 | In Memory of whom & Sever | all of his
family who lye here | interred, this Monument is erected | by RICHARD MEREDYTH
of Shrow | land in ye County of Kildare Esq: | CHARLES MEREDYTH of Newton | Dean
of Ardfert and ARTHUR FRANCIS MEREDYTH Esq: both in ye | county of Meath being
ye re= | maining brances of his | Family. 1734.
Left surround:-  Renovated by the Right Honorable Sir WILLIAM | MEREDYTH
SOMERVILLE Bart.
Right surround:-  and Sir HENRY MEREDYTH Bart. Lineal descendants | of the
within named Prelate | A.D. 1853.
Bottom:-  Renovated by WILLIAM MEREDYTH Baron Athlumney in the Peerage of
Ireland, | Baron MEREDYTH in the Peerage of the United Kingdom | and Sir HENRY
MEREDYTH Baronet, | descendants of the within named Prelate, A.D. 1866.

Photo No.49
Small Tablet at bottom of number 47:-  Repaired Anno 1768: | by SARAH MEREDITH
otherwise PAUL, | (Relict of the above RICHD. MEREDITH) | THOMAS MEREDITH of
Newtown, and | ARTHUR MEREDITH of Dollarstown | Esqrs.

Photo No.50
BUNTING family Monuments

Photo No.51
Top Monument of number 50:-  In the adjoining Cemetery | lie the mortal remains
of | ANNE | only daughter of | ANTHONY and FRANCES BUNTING; | who died on the
15th of August 1885, aged 48 years

Photo No.52
Bottom Monument of number 50:-   (BUNTING) | This Monument of affection to her
memory | was erected at the request of her father | who departed this life | on
the 23rd of March 1851 | in the 86th year of his age. | His mortal remains are
interred | close to those of his daughter. | Reader, | "Prepare to meet thy God"
| Amos IVth.. Chap. 12th Verse

Photo No.53
Sacred to the Memory of | Revd. WM. MARTIN D.D. Rector | of Killishandra &
Prebendary of | St. Patricks Dublin. Deceas'd May | 19th 1787 aged 62 years | He
married MARIA daughter of | REYMUNDO PUTT Esqr. of Combe in | the County of
Devon left issue | one son WM. MARTIN | A zealous Pastor of his flock | and a
truly pious & benevolent man | to whom | in testimony of their sincere affection
| his disconsolate widow & only son | have erected this Monument.

Photo No.54
In | Memory of | SAMUEL LOVER, | Poet, | Painter, Novelist and Composer, | who,
| in the exercise of a genius as distinguished | in its versatility as its power
| by his pen and pencil. | Illustrated so happily the characteristics | of the
peasantry of his country, | that his name | will ever be honourably identified
with | Ireland. | He died July 6 1868, aged 72: | In firm faith | that having
been comforted by the rod and staff | and his heavenly Father | in approaching
the dark valley of the shadow of death, | he would be, | through the tender
mercies of his Saviour | gathered among the flock of the | Good Shepherd.

Photo No.55
In Memory of the late | Revd. EDWARD MARTIN M.A. L.L.D. | for many years Dean's
Vicar of this Cathedral | who died in 1839 | and of GRACE ANNE EUSTACE his wife
| who died in 1844. | This Tablet is erected | by their youngest son | EUSTACE
MEREDYTH MARTIN | his wife and their children. | "The Path of the just is as the
shining light, | that shineth more and more, unto the perfect day".

Photo No.56
In | Loving Memory | of | JOHN SIMPSON M. JACKSON | M.B. Senior Moderator T.C.D.
| of Eglinton Sandymount Co. Dublin | Surgeon S.S. Angola, | who was washed
overboard | during a gale near Grand Canary | in an endeavour to relieve | an
inured sailor | on 20th January 1892. | This Tablet has been erected | by his
fellow students, | as a token of the high esteem | in which they held him.

Photo No.57
Statue | of the Right Honble GEORGE OGLE

Photo No.58
This Statue | of the Right Honble GEORGE OGLE. | is erected | by his country men
and friends, | as a tribute | of affectionate veneration for the man, | who | by
a combination of transcendant qualities | shone conspicuous | among the highest
the brightest and the purest | of the age in which he lived. | For twenty eight
years | he represented the County of Wexford in Parliament; | during which
period, | the incorruptible integrity the brilliant talents | and the ardent
patriotism with which he discharged | the duties of that sacred trust | secured
to him the unalterable attachment of his constituents: | followed by whose
unfeighed regret | he withdrew from Public Life in the year 1796. | In 1798 a
memorable aera, | he was called from his retirement | by the spontaneous and
unamimous choice | of the Citizens of Dublin, | to the representation of that
loyal city: | A distinguished and unsolicited mark of confidence, | founded on
the undaunted and unvarying firmness | he uniformly displayed, | in supporting
with almost chivalrous enthusiasm | the Constitution in Church and State | in
private life | he shed a lustre on every Society in which he moved: | to the
attractions of an accomplished scholar. | He added a suavity of manners, a
scrupulous sense of honour, | and a steadiness of friendship peculiarly his own:
| He lived as he died enthroned in the hearts of all | who had the happiness of
his intimacy or acquaintance. | Of such a man. | it may be truly and usefully
recorded, | that he exhibited a perfect model of that exalted refinement | which
in the best days of our country | characterized the Irish Gentleman | Nat. 14
Octr 1742 | Ob. 10 Augt. 1814.| (N.B. Part of the inscription on the Tablet
directly behind the Statute for the Right Honble GEORGE OGLE)

Photo No.59
The Right Hon. JAMES | WHITESIDE | Lord Chief Justice of Ireland | 1866 - 1876 |
A brilliant advocate and Orator | (N.B. Born in 1804, he died in 1876 and is
buried in Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin.)

Photo No.60
The most Noble | GEORGE GRENVILLE NUGENT TEMPLE | Marquis of Buckingham | First
Grand Master of the | Most Illustrious Order | of St. Patrick. | This Statue was
made at the | expense of Lord TYRAWLY | as a mark of his Esteem for | the late
Marquis of Buckingham. | (N.B. Born in 1753, he died in 1813 and is buried at
Wotton, Buckinghamshire.  He created the Order of St Patrick in February 1783
and was the 1st Grand Master.)

Photo No.61
To the Glory of God | and in honoured Memory of | the DUBLIN BOY SCOUTS | who
fell in the Great War 1914 - 1919.

Photo No.62
This Tablet | is erected by | his professional friends | To the Memory of |
THOMAS EDWARD BEATTY, M.D. | President | of the Royal College of Surgeons | in
Ireland 1850: | President | of the King and Queen's College | of Physicians
1864, | who died | on the 3rd May 1872, | in the 73rd year of his age | of noble
nature | generous, kind and just, | he lived and died beloved | of all who knew
him.

Photo No.63
Sacred | To the Memory of the | Revd. ROBERT MAGUIRE | 4th Minor Canon of St
Patrick's Cathedral | who departed this life the 23rd of March 1837 | aged 40
years | He was resident preacher | in this Cathedral | and Assistant Deans Vicar
| in this Liberty for more than 16 years | he loved his master deeply | and
served him zealously. | This Tablet | is erected by a grateful friend | who
appreciated | his unobtrusive worth | and Christian fidelity.

Photo No.64
Erected by the Members of the | Deanery Christian Fellowship Society. | In
Memory of the | Very Rev. HENRY R. DAWSON A.M. | late Dean of St Patricks. | Not
more as a testimony | of their respect and love to him their | kind patron and
friend | than in gratitude to God | who for 12 years blest them with the |
spiritual labours of so eminent | a Minister of Christ. | Obitt Oct. 24. 1840,
Aetat. 48 years. | "The Lord gave and the Lord hath taken away, | blessed be the
name of the Lord".

Photo No.65
In Memory of | TERENURE ALLEN SHONE K.C.M.G. | 1894 - 1965 | Grandson of | The
Right Hon. GERALD FITZGIBBON

Photo No.66
The Right Hon. GERALD FITZGIBBON | P.C. LL.D. | Lord Justice of Appeal |
Chancellor of the United Dioceses of Dublin | Glendalough and Kildare. | Member
of the General Synod of the Church | of Ireland from 1874 to 1909. | Born 1837 -
died 1909.

Photo No.67
To the Memory | of the Very Reverend | HENRY RICHARD DAWSON, A.M. M.R.I.A. |
Dean and Ordinary of St Patrick's. | This Statue has been erected | by friends
who loved and admired him. | As a Minister of the Church "his record is on
high". | He faithfully testified the Gospel of the Grace of God, | "Teaching and
preaching Jesus Christ". | and he exhibited in a useful and devoted life | the
practical influence of the truth he preached. | To his exertions the
Institutions of the Deanery | for relief of the destitute and education of the
young | owe their origin and prosperity; | and although the cultivation of the
literature and antiquities | of his Native Country was a recreation, | yet his
happiness was found in labours for the poor | His mortal remains are deposited
in this Cathedral, | which he assisted at his own expense | to beauty and adorn.
| His spirit rests with the Saviour he loved and glorified | he died Octr 24th
1840, aged 48 years.

Photo No.68
MARKS family Tablets

Photo No.69
Top Tablet of number 68:-   In Memory of the | Rev. EDWARD MARKS, D.D. | Minor
Canon and Dean's Vicar,  | who laboured zealously and faithfully in | this
Cathedral and Deanery | upwards of 32 years. | The Schools, especially the
Infant School | which he established | were the first and constant object | of
his fostering care. | died 7th May, 1869. | aged 77 years | "That I may win
Christ, and be found in him".  Philippines III.8.

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Bottom Tablet of number 68:-   Sacred | To the Memory of | JOYCE ANNE MARKS, |
widow of the above | Revd. EDWARD MARKS, D.D. | Her life was one of
unostentatious piety. | Her end was peace. | She departed on the 25th of April
1872, | in her 76th years.

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Erected | by the desire of SYDNEY Lady MORGAN | to the Memory of | CAROLAN | the
last of the Irish Bards | Obiit | A.D. MDCCXXXVIII - Aetatis Srae An  LXVIII |
(N.B. died 1738 age 68)

Photo No.72
This stone | was found 18th June 1901 six feet | below the surface of the
traditional site of | ST. PATRICK'S WELL | i.e. 91 feet due North from the North
West | angle of the Tower.

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Sacred | To the Memory of | CHARLES DUDLY RYDER MADDEN | Captain 8th The King's
Regiment | who died November 7th 1874 | also of | WILLIAM WOLSELEY | his brother
| late Lieut. Of the same Regiment | who died December 15th 1874. | Erected by
their brother Officers.

Photo No.74
Sacred | to those virtues that | adorn the | just and brave | this Marble
Perpetuates | the Memory of | RICHARD LAMBART | Earl of Cavan Viscount of |
Kilcourse and Baron of Cavan | Lieutenant General of his | Majesty's Forces |
and Col. of the 15th Regiment | of Infantry | who yielded human life for |
eternity | on the 3rd day of November | 1778 | AE. 56 | also in Memory of | the
Honorable EDWARD ARNOLD FORD HENRY LAMBART | grandson of the above Earl of Cavan
| and second son of | General the seventh Earl of Cavan. | by his second
marriage | with LYDIA the present | Countess Dowager of Cavan | born March 2nd
1818 | died July 14th 1845.

Photo No.75
BOYLE family Monument

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Top of Monument of number 75:-   This Monument was erected for the Right
Honorable Sr. RICHARD BOYLE KT Lord BOYLE Baron of Yough | all Viscount of
Dungarvan Earl of Corke Lord High Treasurer of Ireland of the Kings Privy
Counsel of | this realm and one of the Lordes Justices for the Government of
this Kingdom in memorie of his most de- | -ar virtuous, and religious wife the
Lady KATHERINE Countess of Corke and their posterity as also of her |
grandfather Dr. ROBERT WESTON sometime Lord Chancellor of Ireland and one of the
Lordes Justices for the go | vernment thereof whose daughter ALICE WESTON was
married to Sr. GEOFFRAY FENTON KT. Principal Secretary of | State in this Realm
and they had issue the said Ladie KATHERINE Countess of Corke who lieth here
interred | with her said father and grandfather whose vertues she inherited on
earth and lieth here intombed | with them all expecting a joyfull resurrection
Quae Obit Decimo Sexto Februarii 1629.

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Small Tablet at base of number 75:-   The issue of the Right | Honorable RICHARD
Lord | BOYLE Earle of Corke and | The Ladie KATHERYNE his | wife (sic) with the
arms | of such and their daughters | husbands as are married.

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SAINT PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL Grave Yard.

Photo No.79
Erected by | WM MAGUIRE | In Memory of | his son | THOMAS | who died Jan 21 |
1828. AE 19.

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Left side of number 79:-  Sacred | to the memory of | Mr. WM. MAGUIRE | late of
this Cathedral | who departed this life | the 24th of June 1844 | AE 62. | Job
1st. 21st.

Photo No.81
Top:-  THOMAS ARNOLD HARVEY | born 1878 died 1966
Bottom:-  Bishop of Cashel and Emly | Waterford and Lismore | 1935 - 1958 | Dean
of St. Patrick's 1933 to 1935 | and his wife | ISOBEL KATHLEEN 1886 - 1978 |
Psalm XXIV. V.4.
Base:-  Greatly loved.

Photo No.82
In | Loving Memory | of | RICHARD WELLESLEY SMITH | who died 17th December 1884
| aged 58 years | For many years a member of | the choir of this Cathedral | and
for 26 years a Vicar Choral | of Christ Church. | "He giveth his beloved sleep".
| also his widow CLARA | (née HOZIER) who died | 21st March 1914 aged 84 years.
| "He giveth his beloved sleep".

Photo No.83
In Memory of | The Revd. WILLIAM FERGUSON | Wwsleyan Minister | of Camden
Street, Co. Dublin | who died 26th of July 1854 | aged 84 years | and of his
wife ELIZABETH MONTGOMERY | who died 6th of February 1842 | aged 68 years. |
also of their son | MONTGOMERY FERGUSON M.D. | of Kildare Street | who died 28th
February 1845 | aged 45 years | and others of their children | and grandchildren
| who are here interred.

Photo No.84
Top:-  In Loving Memory of | CHARLES KELLY | Vicar Choral
Bottom:-  for over 40 years a member | of the Cathedral Choir | died 12th August
1933 | aged 77 years.

Photo No.85
Top:-  Sacred | to the dear Memory | of
Middle:-  WALTER BAPTY | "A Singer" | Vicar Choral St. Patrick's Cathedral |
from 1888 to 1915, | called to rest Good Friday | 2nd April 1915.
Bottom:-  "Watchman will the night soon pass? | The night is departing the day
is | approaching". (Hymn of Praise)

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ARTHUR JAMES MOYSE | 16-10-1923 - 5-11-2007 | Lay Vicar Choral | 1951 - 1988 |
beloved husband, father | grandfather and friend | "O sing unto the Lord | a new
song".

Photo No.87
In Memory | of | LETITIA SARAH GEORGINA | the beloved wife of | RALPH SADLEIR
D.D. | Prebendary of Castleknock | and daughter of | FRANC SADLEIR D.D. Provost
of T.C.D. | respected and loved | by all who knew her | she fell asleep 27 Nov
1867.

Photo No.88
In Loving Memory of | HENRY JELLETT D.D. | Dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral |
1889 - 1901 | died 31st Decr. 1901, aged 80 years. | "Until the day breaks | and
the shadows flee away".

Photo No.89
Sir BENJAMIN LEE GUINNESS | Baronet LL.D | Member of Parliament | for the City
of Dublin.

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Left side of number 89:-   (GUINNESS) | St Patrick's Cathedral | by him |
restored | AD. 1865

Photo No.91
Right side of number 89:-   (GUINNESS) | Erected | by his fellow - countrymen |
in grateful remembrance | AD. 1875

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Rear view of SAINT PATRICK'S CATHEDRAL