Headstones: WATERFORD, St Andrews Church Plaques (CoI), Dunmore East,
Co.Waterford, Ireland
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ST ANDREWS CHURCH PLAQUES COI), DUNMORE EAST, CO.WATERFORD, IRELAND

No.
In loving memory of | ELEONORA ALCOCK | of Cooleen, Dunmore
East | Who entered into rest 19th April 1911 | Aged 84 years.

No. 1
To the Glory of God | and in beloved memory of | The Right
Honble. HENRY BRUEN. P.C.D.L. | of Oak Park, Carlow, and |
Poul na Linnta, Dunmore East. | For 27 years | M.P. for Co.
Carlow. | Born June 16. 1828. | Died March 8. 1912. | Also of
| MARY MARGARET, | His wife, daughter of | Colonel EDWARD
CONNOLLY, M.P. | of Castletown, Co. Kildare | Born October 18.
1831. | Died May 13. 1894.

No. 2
In loving memory | of | WILLIAM ROBERT CHERRY. | Master
Mariner, Merchant Navy. | Killed by enemy action at sea |
March 28th 1943. | Eldest son of | Captain and Mrs. C.S.C.
CHERRY, | Poul na Linnta, Dunmore East. | Peace, Perfect Peace

No. 3
To the Glory of God and in loving memory of | Captain J. H.
GERRARD | Cape Mounted Police D. 2. South Africa. | Eldest Son
of J. VIPONT GERRARD, Rossduff Waterford. | Who died at
Wynberg Military Hospital | on 29th October 1901. Rev: XIV.13

No. 4
In loving memory | of | MARIA HELENA Widow of the | Revd.
THOMAS GIMLETTE D.D. | Who entered into rest | Febry. 26th
1896 aged 62. | Dearly loved and deeply mourned | Well done
thou good and faithful servant, | Enter thou into the joy of
thy Lord.

No. 5
Erected in loving remembrance by his parishioners Anno Domini
MDCCCLXXXII | The Revd. THOMAS GIMLETTE, D.D. | For nine years
vicar of this parish, | laboured unceasingly | for the
spiritual and temporal | good of all | and entered in to
blessed rest | 13th February 1882, | Aged 63 years. | "By
pureness, by knowledge, | by long suffering, by kindness, | by
the Holy Ghost; | by love unfeigned." | 2.Cor.VI.6.

No. 6
To the memory of | Lieut. Coll. GREGORY HAINES | Late of the
Madras Army | Born Jany. 29th 1909. Died June 23rd 1874. | He
did justly. He loved mercy | and walked humbly with his God. |
"To me to live is Christ and to die is gain" | Philip.1.21.

No. 7
In remembrance of our mother | The Honble. Mrs. HAINES | Who
fell asleep April 6th 1898 | aged 79. | "He maketh the storm a
calm." | "And so he bringeth them into their desired haven."

No. 8
The corona is placed | in the nave of this church in memory of
| WILLIAM, eldest son of the late MICHAEL DOBBYN | HASSARD, of
Glenville, Waterford. | Died November 4th 1888. Aged 32. |
"Thou callest me." | I. Samuel III.5

No. 9
To the Glory of God | and in loving memory of | GEORGINA MAUDE
| daughter of | Lt. Colonel and | Honble. Mrs. HAINES | And
wife of | WALDYVE MARTIN Esq. | Died Decr. 19th 1883. | Aged
26. | "The master is come and calleth for thee. | And she
arose quickly and came unto him." | St. John 11.28.

No. 10
In loving memory of | Major GEORGE WILLIAM WALL MORRIS. |
Royal Engineers. | Killed in action | near Wimereux, N.
France. | May 22nd 1940. | All you had hoped for, all you had,
you gave to save mankind- | Yourself you scorned to save. |
Tranquil you be, your knightly virtue proved. | Your memory
hallowed in the land you loved.

No. 11
ELLEN JULIET PAUL | of Gaultier Lodge, Co. Waterford | Only
daughter of | Sir WILLIAM PAUL, Bart & Lady PAUL. | Killed in
a riding accident in Canada, | on October 5th 1950. | Is
buried at Prince Albert Sask | "My times are in thine hands."
| Psalm 31.v.15.

No. 12
In loving memory | of | JOHN MANSERGH STRANGMAN | Pte. 1st
Batt. K.O.Y.L.I. | Killed in Action in Italy | on May 28th
1944 | Aged 21 Years | only Son of | HUBERT and ADELAIDE
STRANGMAN | Alta Vista Dunmore East | Abide with me

No. 13
In | loving memory | of | RICHENDA JULIET PAUL | Wife of | Sir
WILLIAM J. PAUL. Bart. | March 1st 1856 - Jan. 21st 1933. | "I
have loved the habitation of Thy house | The place where Thine
honour dwelleth." | Psalm  26-8

No. 14
In loving memory of | Captain Sir ROBERT JOSHUA PAUL D.L.,
J.P. | 5th Baronet | World War 1 1914-1918 Attached R.F.C. |
Despatches. Croix de Guerre. P. of W. | Born 6th June 1883
Died 9th July 1955 | Faithful and true. | Rev.19.V.11.

No. 15
In loving memory of an honored Father | Sir ROBERT JOSEPH PAUL
3rd baronet | born April 3rd 1820 died May 9th 1898 | After he
had served his own generation | by the will of God he fell on
sleep | Acts 13.36

No. 16
In loving memory of | Sir WILLIAM JOSHUA PAUL, | fourth
Baronet, | born June 20th 1851, died April 19th 1912. |
"Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord." | Rev.4.13.

No. 17
In affectionate remembrance of | EMMA, daughter of | Revd.
GEORGE SMITHWICK, | who died on 24th December 1905, | this
Tablet is erected by her relatives & friends. | "In Thy
presence is fulness of joy" Ps. XVI, 11.

No. 18
In | memory of | Capt. W. IZOD TULLOH R.N. | of Lakeview, in
this parish, | who died, 19th Octr. 1863. | And of |
ELIZABETH, his wife | 3rd daughter of | WILLIAM MORRIS | of
Harbourview, | in this parish | Who died, 6th April 1875. |
Also of their daughter | ELIZABETH MARY, | Wife of WM. PERROTT
| Died Nov. 19th 1912.

No. 19
In Memory Of | WILLIAM F. WATT, "WILLIE" | Who Gave Generously
Of His | Outstanding Musical Talent | Leading The Praise And |
Worship In This Church | With Enthusiasm And Devotion | For
Forty Years | Until His Death In 1973.

No. 20
This memorial, with the baptistry window | depicting the
pilgrimage of life, | is placed here  by their friends | as a
thank-offering to Almighty God | for the devotion and
sacrifice of | WILLIAM ANDERSON. WILLIAM R. CHERRY. | PATRICK
P. FITZGERALD. EDWARD A. HARRISON. | PHILIP HARVEY, D.F.C.
GEORGE W. WALL MORRIS. | CLIFFORD R. PELLY, D.S.C. JOHN M.
STRANGMAN. | STANLEY O'C. TATE. PETER MILNE THOMSON. | Who
gave their lives on active service | 1939-1945. | "In Thy
presence is fulness of joy."

No. 21
In memory of the Very Revd. ALEXANDER ALCOCK | Dean of Lismore and
Rector of this parish | who died A.D. 1747. Also his son the Venerable
| ALEXANDER ALCOCK Archdeacon of Lismore and | Rector of this parish
who died A.D. 1787 and the | Revd. MASON ALCOCK son of Archdeacon
ALCOCK | Rector of Bandon and for some years Minister | of this parish
who died A.D. 1827.

No. 22
In memory of JANE ALCOCK daughter | of ALEXANDER M. and MARTHA ALCOCK
| Who died at Dunmore East A.D. 1878

No. 23
In loving memory of | ELIZABETH ANNE BLACKER, | who died March 19th
1877, aged 86 years. | The children arise up and call her blessed.
Provers, XXXI, 28

No. 24
In loving memory of the Reverend WILLIAM GEORGE GILLMOR, M.A., | who
faithfully ministered in this parish for over thirty years and entered
| into his Master's presence on the 7th April 1913. | Erected by his
parishioners, relatives and friends.

No. 25
In affectionate remembrance of the | Rev. THOMAS GIMLETTE, D.D. |
Vicar of Dunmore East | Died February 13th 1882.

No. 26
The gift of M. H. GIMLETTE in loving memory of her brother | Revnd.
AMBROSE LAWSON M.A. who fell asleep April 10th 1878 | Verily I come
quickly Amen. Even so come Lord Jesus Rev. 22.20

No. 28
In affectionate remembrance of | JOSEPH P. MACKESY A.M, M.B,
F.R.C.S.L. | Died April 3rd 1866.

No. 29
In loving remembrance of | CHARLES MUNROE MORRIS | (of Belle Lake) |
Born August 3rd 1854, Died August 3rd 1878

No. 30
To the Glory of God and in memory of Sir R. PAUL Bart D.L. |
Who died May 9th 1898. This window was erected | by friends in
token of affection and esteem A.D. 1901.

No. 31
(close-up)
To the Glory of God and in memory of Sir R. J. PAUL, Bart. D.L. | Who
died May 9th 1898. This window was erected | by friends in token of
affection and esteem A.D. 1901

No. 32
Left side: In memory of | BETA ANTOINETTE STRANGMAN | Who died May 28
1865 aged 5 months. Right side: And of LEOPOLD ERNEST | STRANGMAN who
died | October 18 1878 aged 12 years