Headstones: WATERFORD, St. Carthage's Cathedral, Lismore, Co.Waterford, Ireland Ireland Genealogy Projects Archives http://www.igp-web.com/IGPArchives/copyright.htm Contributed to IGP Archives by Peter Langley (0-4) & Valerie Ackroyd (Nos 5-33) Photos -------------------------------- ST. CARTHAGE'S CATHEDRAL, LISMORE, COUNTY WATERFORD, IRELAND No. 0 To | the Memory of | JONATHAN HENRY LOVETT Esquire | eldest Son of the Revd. VERNEY LOVETT D.D. | and of his Wife FRANCES MARY | this Monument was erected | by his grateful and affectionate Sister | ELIZABETH CAMERON. This excellent young man | on account of his high and various attainments | was appointed in the 24th year of his age | by the Government of Bengal | Ambassador to the Court of Persia, | in the discharge of the duties of which station | his health, and ultimately his life | fell a sacrifice. | He died on his passage to England | on the 14 day of June 1805 | in the 25th year of his age, | bequeathing by his last will | amongst other legacies | five hundred pounds | to the Poor of the Parish of Lismore. | This fond memorial rises to his shade | Whose dear remains in ocean's breast are laid! | When science, learning, piety and truth, | Shed purest lustre on a lovely youth, | As if to light him in an early grave, | And gild the virtue whom they could not save. | Say dost thou sigh? Or mourn that bosom chill'd, | Whose latest throub compassion's dictates fill'd. | Then for lamented LOVETT drop a tear, | Arrested in his transient bright career. | But bow submissive in that heavenly power, | Who will'd to pluck the bright consummate flower, | Again to flourish in immortal bloom | Rising resplendent from its watery tomb. No. 1 Erected | By CATHERINE O DONNELL alias RYAN | in Memory of her beloved Husband | JAMES O DONNELL of Tallow who | Depd. this Life Feby. 12th 1827 | Aged 28 Years | Requiescant in Pace | Also EDMOND O DONNELL of Lismore | died on the 29 of June 1856 aged 45 yrs | Their Sister Mrs. MARGARET LEATHY (?) of Killowen | died November the 16 1850 aged 62 (?) years | JOHN O DONNELL of Camphire | died 27 August 1869 aged 72 years. No. 2 In Loving Memory of | AMBROSE GRATTAN POWER | Major 3rd Munster Fusiliers | of Glencairn Abbey | Born 22nd April 1887, at Arrah, Bengal, India | Died 8th December 1926, at Raboul, New Guinea | "My peace I give unto you" No. 3 In loving memory of | AMBROSE WILLIAM BUSHE POWER | Born Nov. 23rd 1844: Died March 10th 1907 | And of | FRANCES MARIA, his wife | daughter of GERVASE PARKER BUSHE | of Glencairn | Born Oct. 15th 1861: Died Dec. 16th 1917 | Erected by their children | "I give unto them eternal life" | St. John X.28 No. 4 In Memory of | JOSEPH TANNER | Sheanmore, Ballyduff | Died 5th November 1960 | Aged 56 Years | His Wife | KATHLEEN MARGARET | Died 19th June 1996 | Aged 91 Years | The Day Thou Gavest | Lord is Ende.. No. 5 Church interior No. 6 In loving memory of | PHILIP SYLVESTER ALEXANDER | Late Capt. 8th. K.R.I. Hussars | of Kilmorna, Lismore, | Born 1883 - Died 1952. | And of his only son | CHARLES GODFREY ALEXANDER | Lieut. 8th K.R.I. Hussars | Born 1928, Killed in action in Korea 1951. | Pristinae virtutis memores. No. 7 In loving memory of | The Very Rev. HENRY WILLIAM BROUGHAM, D.D. | born Feb. 27th 1827. | died April 11th 1913. | Rector of this Parish from 1877 to 1911 | and Dean of Lismore from 1884 to 1913. | Erected by his children. | "A man greatly beloved." | Daniel X.11. No. 8 In loving memory of | HENRY WILLIAM BROUGHAM | eldest son of the Dean of Lismore, | who died on January 12th 1908. | Aged 54 years. | "He giveth His beloved sleep." No. 9 To the memory of | HENRY AMYAS BUSHE | of Glencairn. | Son of GERVASE PARKER BUSHE | of Kilfane, C. Kilkenny | & MARY, Sister of | The Rt. Honble. HENRY GRATTAN | He died Feb. 16th 1831. Aged 57. | Patrum Optimo No. 10 To the Memory | of Mr. WILLIAM CLIFFE of Lismore | who died July 22nd 1824. Aged 78 Years. | This Monument is Erected by his Widow. | In the discharge of the Relative duties | of Husband, Father, and Friend. | This Excellent Man was Surpassed by none. | Perhaps equalled by Few. | Whilst his unassuming Manners | and undeviating Integrity, | Procured him the Respect and Esteem | of a numerous acquaintance. No. 11 In Christo salus | M.S. | HENRICI COTTON | Archidiaconi cassiliensis | Qui capituli Lismorensis suffragiis electus | Anno 1834 Hujusce ecclesiae Decani munere | Per XV annos impensis suis fungebatur | Decessit die III Decembris MDCCCLXXIX | Annum agens nonagesimum. | Ecclesia Lismorensis | Memor sis istius viri | qui tui et rerum tuarum | nunquam non memor erat. No. 12 In loving memory of | Col. HENRY FRENCH COTTON | late 92nd Gordon Highlanders | who died 27th March 1917. | Also his elder son | HENRY ROBERT COTTON | who died in Canada 15th February 1920. No. 13 Sacred to the memory | of | EDMUND FRANCIS NEVILLE CURREY MRCS, L.R.C.P. | Born 15th Dec. 1869, Died 7th July 1953 | RICHARD FORTRIE CURREY | Born 7th Nov. 1871, Died 8th Dec. 1944 | Lieut. Colonel ROBERT GORE TAPPENDEN CURREY | 2nd Leinster Regiment | Born 31st March 1875, Died 10th Sept. 1952 | Sons of JOHN EDMUND and LOUISA CURREY. | Also of their daughter | EILEEN MARY No. 14 In memory of | FRANCIS EDMUND | CURREY | Born | 1814 | Died | June 6th 1896 | Second son | of | Lieut Col W.S. CURREY | Late 54th Regt. No. 15 In Loving Memory of | JOHN EDMUND CURREY, M.D., | son of Lieut. Colonel SAMUEL CURREY | Who died on 15th July 1889. Aged 70 years | Also of | LOUISA JANE CURREY, his wife | Daughter of RICHARD NEVILLE, M.A., | Rector of Clonpriest Co. Cork. | Who died on 6th May 1933. Aged 97 years. | "The Lord is My Shepherd." | Ps. XXIII. No. 16 To the Glory of God | and in ever loving memory of | MARGARET EILEEN LOUISE CURREY | who died at Lismore May 3rd 1903. | Aged 2 1/2 years. | and of her brother | JOHN BINNY NEVILLE CURREY | who died at Lismore June 25th 1903. | Aged 3 1/2 years. | dearly loved children of | EDMOND F.N. and CONSTANCE M. CURREY No. 17 Sacred | to the memory of | FRANCIS DREW Esqre. | Cornet in the Royal Scot Greys, | the only son | of FRANCIS DREW of Mocollop Castle Esqre. | He died at the Royal Barracks Dublin | July 23rd 1838 | In the 19th year of his age. | "The Lord gave, and the Lord hath taken | away. Blessed by the name of the Lord." No. 18 In Loving Memory of | The Very Rev. GEORGE WILLIAM GREENE. M.A. | Born 12th December 1870. | Died 26th August 1930. | Dean of Lismore, | From 1919 to 1930. | Erected by his widow. No. 19 In loving memory of | LUCY ELLEN HOBSON | Born 24th April 1863. Died 13th Sept., 1942. | Younger daughter of | The Very Rev. HENRY W. BROUGHAM, D.D. | Dean of Lismore | "In Thy presence is the fulness of Joy." | Also of | FRANCIS EDMUND VINCENT CURREY | Born 13th Feb., 1881, Died 15th Jan., 1953. | Only son of CHETWODE HAMILTON CURREY | "I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills." | In loving memory of ROLAND VAUX BROUGHAM, youngest son of the Dean of Lismore | who was killed at Undullah, Queensland, on the 5th of March 1895, Aged 35 | "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace." Ps. XXVI.5. No. 20 To the memory | of | MARGARET JANE | The beloved wife of CHARLES J. HOMFRAY Esqre. and | eldest daughter of the late RICHD. GUMBLETON Esqre. | of Castle View Co. of Cork, who died in the Island of | Madeira, after a long illness borne with constant | patience and resignation on the 30th July 1850 | aged 24 years. | This tablet is erected by a friend, | by whom she was in life tenderly beloved, | and in death is sincerely mourned. | "Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord." No. 21 Top plaque: With thanksgiving to God | for | the life and work of | JOHN HERBERT LESLIE, M.A. B.D., | Rector of Clonmel. 1910-1930. | Canon of St. Patrick's Cathedral Dublin 1910-1934. | Dean of Lismore. 1930-1934. | Who passed to his rest 13th Aug. 1934 | Aged 66 years | "Greatly beloved". Bottom plaque: | To the dear memory of | JEAN ANNETTE LESLIE | Youngest daughter of | JOHN HERBERT and MARY RICHARDSON LESLIE | Accidentally drowned 6th November 1936. | Aged 33. | Her life was spent in consecrated service | to her home and all those whom she | lovingly taught. | "When thou passest through the waters | I will be with thee." | Isaiah. XLIII,2. No. 22 Erected by his sorrowing friends | to the memory of | Doctor JOHN MAHONY L.R.C.S.I. | Medical Officer of the Cappoquin Dispensary | District who died of fever caught | in the discharge of his duties | in the 28th year of his age. | His life was short but in every stage as | child, husband, father, friend, healer, comforter, | he walked humbly in the steps of | Him who went about doing good | He took him to Himself | on the 24th of May 1864. No. 23 Sacred to the memory of | GEORGE SHEAFFE MONTIZAMPERT Esqr. | Major in H.M. 10th Regt. of Foot | Who was killed in action before Mooltan | East Indies on the 12th Septr. 1848 | In the 35th year of his age. | "Let us sorrow, not even as others which | have no hope | "For them also which sleep in Jesus | will God bring with him. No. 24 Here are deposited the remains | of RICHARD MUSGRAVE Esqr. | of Saltibridge: | Who, as a Landlord, and a Master, | A Husband, and a Father, | A Magistrate, and a Christian, | Left behind him few equals, | And no Superior. | Let this Monument record | the Virtues of the Deceased, | and the gratitude | of his Grandsons | RICHARD and ANTHONY CHEARNLEY: | He died on the 4th day of April 1788 | Aged 78 Years. No. 25 To the Memory of | RICHARD MUSGRAVE Esqr. Junr. of SaltiBridge | who died March the 1st 1785 in the 44th Year of his Age. | This Monument was erected | (with the Permission of his Family) | by the Voluntary Subscription of his numerous | Friends; whom his many amiable Qualities | and distinguished Virtues | had impressed with the most grateful Remembrance | and sincere Regret. No. 26 In loving memory of | AMBROSE WILLIAM BUSHE POWER | Born Nov. 23rd 1844: Died March 10th 1907 | And of | FRANCES MARIA, his wife | daughter of GERVASE PARKER BUSHE | of Glencairn | Born Oct. 15th 1861: Died Dec. 16th 1917 | Erected by their children | "I give unto them eternal life" | St. John X.28 No. 27 Sacred to the memory of | AMBROSE POWER | Archdeacon of Lismore | Who died Novr. 8th 1869 | "Blessed are the pure in heart | For they shall see God." | This tablet is erected | as a token of love by his | widow and children No. 28 Sacred to the memory of | JOHN ANNESLEY POWER | Born the 25 of February 1835 | Son of Major HENRY POWER 32nd Madras Infantry | AMBROSE POWER | Born the month of October 1839 | and | JOSEPH NEWMAN POWER | Born the 25 of December 1840 | Sons of the Venble. AMBROSE POWER Archdeacon of Lismore | Who were drowned | by the upsetting of a boat off Ardmore | The 2nd of August 1852 | "They were lovely and pleasant in their lives. | "And in their death they were not divided." No. 29 To the Glory of God and in | beloved memory of | ROBERT HENRY POWER | Born January 26th 1851. | Died August 30th 1894. | God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes | and there shall be no more death No. 30 Sacred | to the memory of the | Very Revd. JOHN SCOTT A.M. | Dean of Lismore | Who for a period of 28 years | to the day of his death | constantly resided within | his Deanery. | Generous charitable social | with a heart | ever open to the necessitous | and a home | the constant residence of | hospitality cheerfulness and happiness | The Dean and Chapter of Lismore | have affixed this tablet | Within their Cathedral | to commemorate their sense | of his virtues and | their deep regret for his loss | He died the 20th day of March 1828 | Aged 67 years. | "Extinctus amabitur idem" | C.M.S. No. 31 Erected by his sorrowing parents, | in loving memory of | DESMOND VILLIERS STUART, | Private 7107, 16th Battalion Australian Imperial Force, | Who was killed in action on the Messines Ridge in Flanders, | August 7th 1917, aged 20 | 2nd son of Capt. GERALD VILLIERS STUART | and his wife MAUD. | To him it was a Crusade. | He had so little to give and he gave so much. | "Greater love hath no man than this" No. 32 In Memory Of | GERALD VILLIERS STUART | Who died 4th Feb. 1951 | And rests in the family vault | Villierstown. No. 33 In | Loving Remembrance | of | HENRY CHARLES WINDSOR VILLIERS-STUART. | of Dromana, H.M.L. | Major South Irish Horse, | Born 3rd August 1867, | Served in South African War | with 45th Company Imperial Yeomanry, | Dangerously wounded at Lindley June 1900, | Died 8th September 1908.