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BURIED AT ST.PATRICK'S, ENNISKERRY


ABBOTT, Dr. Richard Theophilus MD. 1833-1881	 Surgeon and Sanitary
Commissioner, Inspector of Jails and Dispensaries and Superintendent of
Vaccination. Hyderabad,  Nagpur, etc, India

ALCOCK, Rev. James Henry.  d.1965.  From 1925-1948 Powerscourt Parish
was not considered wealthy enough to afford a Rector.  The Rev. Alcock
was Curate-in-Charge from 1925 - 1933, and Rev. Mervyn Archdall Bryn
followed him until 1948.

ALLEN, Gladys . d.1986 . Teacher at Powerscourt National School; then
lecturer in Irish at Church of Ireland College of Education. Principal
of Colaiste Moibhi 1952-1984.
ALLEN, Ellen  d.1972, aged 92. Mother of Gladys, who lived with her at
the schools.

ALLEN, Thomas Taylor Allen. Bengal Civil Service, d. 1927 in Bray.
Graduate of  Queens Coll. Cork; appointed to Bengal Revenue and Judicial
depts 1859; held various posts in legal affairs; magistrate, member of
the legislative council etc, until retirement in  1894. In 1897, he
published a translation of the Autobiography of Madam Guyon (1648-1717),
the first to render this into English. Jeanne-Marie Bouvier de la Motte
Guyon was a French mystic in the reign of Louis XIV . She was a leading
exponent of Quietism, a theory that redemption and contentment comes
from constant prayer.. Considered heretical by the Roman Catholic
Church, she was imprisoned from 1695to 1703 after publishing a book on
Prayer. Thomas Allen began his translation as "an occupation to fill up
leisure hours in the Indian hot weather", but became increasingly
interested in this 17th Century woman, persecuted for her beliefs. Until
relatively recent times, Allen's translation was the only complete one
in English, though Madam Guyon's ideas were well known in theological
and spiritual studies..

ALLEN, Wentworth (Wenty) d 1943,aged 49. Irish Cricketer, right handed
batsman and a medium pace bowler. Played eight times for Ireland between
1920 and 1925.

ARMSTRONG, Reg, (1928-1979) Racing Motorcyclist, runner-up five times in
World Championships.  He won 7 World Championship Grand Prix races
1952-56 and the Isle of Man Senior 500cc TT in 1952.  Reg Armstrong
Motors assembled and distributed motorbikes at Ringsend, for Opel from
1962 to 1975. An expert shot, he represented Ireland in the 1978 World
Clay Pigeon Championships in Korea.  He lived in Ashford and died in a
road accident.

ATKINSON. Rev. Frederick Staples., d.1945.  Rector of Derryheen( Diocese
of Cavan) 1888-1924

BARLOW, William Ruxton, 1855-1922. Col Royal Artillery. Superintendent
of the Royal Laboratory. Expert on Ammunitions. Retired on half pay in
1897

BARLOW , Maurice, 1870-1923, Veterinary Surgeon, brother of the above.
Their father was Rev James William Barlow, history professor and Vice
Provost of TCD from 1889-1899. The Rev James was founder of the SPR
Society in Dublin, a select group of individuals, mostly academic,
clerical, protestant and middle class, for the promotion of Scientific
Psychical Research. When he died in 1913, his sons and daughter moved to
St Valerie, Bray.
The daughter, Jane Barlow, 1857-1917,  was a poet and author of some
repute. She was the first recipient of an honorary doctorate from TCD in
1904. She is buried with her parents in Mount Jerome.

JAMES WALTER BECKETT (1875-1938) Master builder and TD. During a long
career in the building industry, he served as President of the Builders'
Federation and of the Dublin Master Builders' Association. He and his
firm were associated with the renovation and extension of many churches,
including Rathmines Methodist, Christ Church Dun Laoghaire, and Novara
Road Parochial Hall, Bray. He was elected to the Dail as a Fine Gael TD
for Dublin City South in 1927, until his death. Cousin of Samuel Beckett
and father of Walter Koehler Beckett, musician and composer of note.

BLENNERHASSETT, Giles. MC   d 1978. Served during WW1 in the Irish
Rifles, then in the RFC. Was a flying ace, credited with 8 victories.
Observer with 18 Squadron, flying an FE 2b, a contraption which
resembled a cat's cradle; the observer sat in front of the pilot and in
the early days was armed with a camera and a pistol. Neither harness nor
parachutes were issued.

BOYD, Walter , Ravenna, Bray, d.1932. The headstone also commemorates
his son, Thomas Evelyn Boyd 10th Batt. Royal Dublin Fusiliers who died a
POW in Germany in 1918 aged 20. His name appears on the Aravon School
War Memorial.

BOYLE, Rev. William Foster, 1860-1951.  He served the parish for 68
years.  He was Curate to Powerscourt church in the 1880s, but gave this
up when he married. His wife was Phillipa Jephson, niece of Sir John
Crampton. The Jephson household moved into Bushy Park on the death of
Sir John. Phillipa, continuing in the artistic tradition of her family,
was a writer of romantic novels.   The Rev Boyle lived the life of a
gentleman in Bushy Park, and made violins as a hobby.  He deputised
frequently for the Rectors and served on the Select Vestry.  In spite of
his high blood pressure, he lived until the age of 91.

BOYLE, Selina ( Ina,) 1889-1967.  She was a prolific composer and
musician, and daughter of Rev. Foster Boyle of Bushy Park.  She studied
in Dublin and briefly with Vaughan Williams.  She wrote a symphony
titled "Glencree" and a Hymn tune "Enniskerry".  Though her work is now
almost forgotten, she was highly regarded in musical circles.  In the
Carnegie Collection of British Music, set up in 1917 to encourage young
musicians, she is the only female composer represented. A revival of her
work is due, and begun.

BRESLIN, Edward. d.1897  Developed the catering and hotel business in
Bray after the arrival of William Dargan's railway. By 1859, his royal
Marine Hotel had 90 bedrooms and 12 sittingrooms. He was one of the
commissioners for Bray, wealthy , energetic, and involved in every
improvement in the town.

BREW, Olive Caroline, d. 1968 aged 95, widow of Dr. Cecil Brew,
Physician  and Medical Officer of Health for Bray.(c 1910); their
daughter Marjory Caroline Le Fanu d. 2004 aged 93, and her husband John
Lewen Le Fanu (see below) who died aged 98

BROWNE, Cyril, OBE,MA d.1960 at Roslyn, Bray. He was the son of Major
the Lord Richard Browne, 7th Fusiliers, of Sligo (1834-1912). Cyril's
wife, Alice Christina, was the daughter of Frederick Thomas Lewen of
Castle Grove, Co Galway.( and niece of the famous "Flying General", Brig
Gen Arthur Corrie Lewen.)

BROWNE, Peter Raleigh Howe, 2nd Lt, son of the above, was killed in
France in 1940 at the retreat to Dunkirk, aged 22. A plaque commemorates
him in Christ Church, Bray

BROWNE, Phyllis Marion Alice, sister of the above, has separate entries.
See IND and PENNEFATHER.

 BUCKLEY, Francis and Georgina, of Powerscourt Arms Hotel in Enniskerry.
 Their son, William Buckley, Lt. 7th Battalion R.I.R. died in 1918, aged
 29, while a POW in France.

BULWER, infant child of Henry and Mary Bulwer. d.1887, ‘a few hours
old'. Henry Alan Bulwer was the son of Walter Redfoord Bulwer, of
Seaview Enniskerry. Walter was Lord Powerscourt's Land Agent. Henry's
wife was Mary Sophia Wingfield, great granddaughter of Richard 4th
Viscount Powerscourt. The Bulwer family, including Walter, emigrated to
British Columbia.  Walter's sister, Dorothea, married Humphrey Lloyd,
noted mathematician and Provost of Trinity College. Lloyd's family home
at one time was Kilcroney House.

BUNN, William, d.1883  Churchwarden at Powerscourt at the time the new
church was built.  His name appears on the document buried in the
foundation stone. Farmer at Killegar.

CAMPBELL, Rev. Ernest F.  Rector of Christ Church Bray 1943 - 1960, and
Freeman of the City of Dublin.

CARLETON, Annie (Nano).   Nano was the caretaker of the parochial hall
for 20 years, 1956-1977, and a well known figure in the village.  She
lived on the premises in two tiny rooms.  Nano had been a "Nurse child",
an orphan brought up by a local family in Glencree.

CARNEGIE, John Dalrymple.  1824-1903.  Dublin Stockbroker and
philanthropist; benefactor and member for 30 years of St. Andrew's
Presbyterian Church Bray, where one of the windows commemorates him.  He
gave a tenth of his considerable income to charitable causes , and was a
generous subscriber to many Bray enterprises..  His estate was valued at
£38,405.1s.4d. Lived in Prince Edward Terrace. His daughter, Deborah,
married Powerscourt's curate, Rev Ernest Whelan.

CHARTERS, Robert James d.1975. Dean of Clonmacnoise and Archdeacon of
Meath.
His wife; his brother and wife; his sister; his son and his wife are all
buried here.

CHASE, Richard, Inspector DMP (Mounted Division).died 1939.The Dublin
Mounted Police was an elite corps of men, all over  six feet tall with
some grand uniforms. He was part of the guard of honour during the
visits of three monarchs. Queen Victoria in 1900, Edward 7th in 1903 and
George 5th in 1911, just before he retired to live in Glencormack. He
had decorations for all three occasions. Richard Chase had retired
before the Rising in 1916, but was involved in policing the Tramway
Riots of 1913. He was injured trying to defend the Tram Depot at
Ringsend and his horse was knocked down under him by the hundreds of
people taking part.

CHERRY, Richard Theodore, Lt 9th Batt Rifle Brigade; wounded 1916, but
survived. Died 1948. Son of Lord Chief Justice Cherry, Attorney General
of Ireland, 1905-9

COCHRANE, Sir Desmond, 1918-1979    Major in the Lancashire Fusiliers in
1940; Hon. Irish Consul in Beirut for Syria and the Lebanon . Controller
of Beirut Racecourse. Active in the Irish Army's first deploymant in
Lebanon with the UN in 1953. Married Lebanese activist Yvonne Sursock.

COCHRANE, Henry, Woodbrook, d. 1945.	Grandson of Sir Henry Cochrane,
"the C-in-C man" who invented the "pea in the bottle", first Director of
Cantrell & Cochrane, manufacturers of carbonated drinks. This Henry was
a Major in WW2, serving with the Inniskillin Fusiliers. Decorated MC, he
died in an accident in Austria.

COCHRANE, Lady Elsa, d.1966, mother of Henry and Sir Desmond, one of
three divorced wives of Sir Ernest Cochrane, son of Sir Henry, Woodbrook
(see above)
Her daughter, Elizabeth Margaret, married Professor Robert Elsworth
Steen, noted Paediatrician,( see below)

COOKE, Maura, died 7th Dec. 2004.  Teacher of Art at Alexander College,
she gave a lifetime of service to the Irish Girl Guides.

COTTON, Charles P. d. 1904	   President of the Engineering
Association of Ireland after Bindon Blood Stoney; wrote papers on public
health, sanitation, etc. Wrote "Manual of Railway Engineering for Field
and Office" . Amazon.com's comment in their old books section suggests
that this title might be on everyone's favourite Christmas list!
His father, the REV. HENRY COTTON, Dean of Lismore until 1849, was a
distinguished academic , dying in 1879 in his 90th year. Henry Cotton
was responsible for a Diocesan Clergy list, Fasti Ecclesiae Hibernicae.

CRAIG, Thomas d.1896  of Novara, Bray. His son, Hedley William Craig 2nd
Lt. 30 squadron, RFC., killed in action aged 27, in Samarrah,
Mesopotamia, in 1917. Shot down while flying as an observer. The pilot
also died, and the burial  of both was conducted by the German pilot who
downed them. Recorded on the War memorials of Dublin Boy Scouts, Aravon
School and Bray Town. Graduating fromTCD in 1913, Hedley was a notable
athlete, a runner with the Harriers; about to take up a Divinity Course
at the outbreak of war; Superintendent of the Fishamble Street Mission
and Secretary for Ireland of the Boy Scouts Association.

CRAIG. Eliza Brent Rosetta, wife of Thomas, ‘ died at Wimereux in 1917
during the Great War'.  Wimereux in France was at that time the
headquarters of the QMAAS, and had a large group of hospitals served by
VADs. Perhaps she was one.

CRAIG, Lizbeth Burkitt, d 1957, daughter of Thomas and Eliza, was a
missionary for some 30 years in Fukien , China, with the Dublin
University Mission (DUM). She was a trained teacher, a graduate of
Trinity, gold medallist in Modern Literature, and founder of Women
Students Missionary Association. The history of CMS Fukien 1909 ,
records that she was the first lady graduate of Dublin University to
join the staff and her work was largely supported by the Women Students.

CRAIG, Arthur Brent, d 1955, Headmaster of Aravon School ,Bray 1928-55.
Brother  of Hedley Craig (above). In WW1 was a Captain in the
Worcestershire Regiment, 1914-1919; wounded but survived.

CRAMPTON, Selina, 1813-1893  she was the favourite daughter of Sir
Philip Crampton, the well known Surgeon. In the late 1800s she lived at
Glenbrook, Enniskerry with her widowed sister Adelaide ( see Jephson) .
Clever and talented, she was known as an artist, gardener, wit and
generous friend. Went to live in Bushy Park on the death of her brother,
Sir John. (see below)

CRAMPTON, Sir John, 1805- 1886.  of Bushy Park.  He was the elder son of
Sir Philip Crampton, the famous surgeon.  Eccentric career diplomat in
Russia and US, and caused a diplomatic row there by recruiting for the
Crimea .He married Victoria Balfe, who divorced him.  She was a
celebrated singer and daughter of the Irish composer Michael Balfe. An
accomplished painter, observing life on his diplomatic travels with an
artists eye.

CREAM, Alice Lake, wife of Clement Chevellier Cream (1854-1937),Manager
and Secretary of the National Assurance Company of Ireland.
Their son, Clement Byron Chevallier Cream, Private Canadian Seaforth
Highlanders was killed in action in 1915. Name on the Aravon War
memorial and on the Memorial window of Worcester College, England.
Another son, Major RobertTemple Chevallier Cream went to France with
57th Siege Battery RGA. Won 5 medals. A career soldier, he survived the
war.

CRISP, John Francis, 1923-2017. WW2 veteran. He was a student in TCD in
his second year when he enlisted in 1941 in Belfast. He was 18. He
served with the North Irish Horse which was an armoured car regiment at
the time. He was in the African and Italian campaigns and was part of a
Churchill tank crew, as a wireless operator-gunner. In civilian life, he
worked in the shoe trade, and was an avid gardener and motor bike
enthusiast.

CURTIS, Amy. CBE	 She was made Superintendent WRNS in 1946. In
the Naval Review of 1978, Admiral Sir William James is quoted: " There
is nothing these Wrens cannot do….I am most fortunate in my
Superintndent, a Miss Amy Curtis. She is a most remarkable woman and
combines firmness, tact and charm to a degree rare in women of
authority. The Wrens all admire and respect her ..(and).. though there
are 6,000 Wrens, I have never had a disciplinary case to deal with. I
put this down to her fine example and leadership. If there is ever a
change at the Admiralty Wrennery, I hope she will become the Admiral
Wren". Miss Curtis died in 1970 at Kilpedder, aged 76.

D'ARCY, Ida Maud. d.1920	g/daughter of Sir Robert Prescott
Stewart, famous organist, composer and professor of Music at TCD. He
founded and conducted Bray Philharmonic Society choir from 1866-73,
often practising at his house, "Holyrood" on the Seafront. Some of his
family remained living in Bray. Ida is buried here with her sister,
Charlotte STEWART, d. 1905. Ida's husband, Matthew D'Arcy was killed in
action in Mafeking 1901. The D'Arcy family lived at Kilcroney House.

DARLEY FAMILY.	Violet Hill Bray. Benefactors and long term parishioners
of Kilbride Church. Wellington and Anne Darley died in 1920 and 1925.
Wellington was a Director of the Bank of Ireland;  J.P.;on the Board of
Governors of the Meath hospital; a supporter of animal welfare and
interested in Psychical research. He donated the Connacher organ to
Kilbride church in 1889. They lost two sons and a daughter in the First
World War, who are commemorated in the stained glass windows of the
church and the Altar screen: Arthur Tudor Darley, Commander of HMS Good
Hope, 1914; Lt Col.John Evelyn Darley of the 4th Hussars,  1918; Stella
Cecil Darley ,VAD, 1917. The brass plaque dated Easter 1919, has the
inscription: "In glad thanksgiving for their lives; in proud remembrance
of their deaths"
Stella is buried here.

DARLINGTONS.   The family lived at Monastery House, Enniskerry, and had
been there since the 1760s.
Charles, Horace John Darlington, d.1958, gentleman farmer of Monastery,
Enniskerry. In 1918, one of the few people in the parish with a car.
 His daughter, May Moore, (see Cecil Moore) was a Guide Leader, and
 enrolling member for the Mothers' Union for 25 years. Her sister,
 Monica Darlington, 1911-2000, a teacher, ran the GFS.( Girls' Friendly
 Society)
The Rev Charles Arnold DARLINGTON, RNVR, died on active service as
chaplain, HMS Drake, 1943;

DAUNT, Ernest George, d 1960.  Dean of Cork.

DeGROOT, Mary E. (Bessie), died 3rd Jan. 1981.   Bessie was the wife of
Francis De Groot who swept to world fame when he hijacked the opening of
The Sydney Harbour Bridge, slashing the ribbon with his ceremonial
sword. Bessie was known for her lively disposition and for her delight
in purple hair ribbons, whisky and untipped cigarettes. Before her
Australian life, Bessie (nee Byrne) had worked in Switzers.

DEANE-OLIVER, Charles, CE,d.1945, of Rockmills House Co Cork. Chief
Engineer, Dept. of Agriculture, and the Congested Districts and
Fisheries Board. Responsible for a great many of the harbours in the
south and west of Ireland, and for opening up the harbour in Arklow in
1915.. He worked directly with Dr Siemens on the Bushmills Electric
Tramway- the first in the UK and longest in the world.
In 1919, the year he retired, Rockmills House was attacked by armed
masked men who shot Charles in both thighs. In the spring of 1921, the
IRA burnt the house down and the family were forced to go to England as
refugees, living with relations.

  His wife, Maria Charlotte Litton (Mina) ,d.1933, was the daughter of
  the Hon Edward Falconer Litton (1827-1890) QC, Barrister and Liberal
  Party politician, MP for Tyrone for a short time. Litton left
  Parliament to take up an appointment as the first Judicial Land
  Commissioner under the Land Act ,1881. Litton's family home was
  Ardavilly ,Cloyne (see also LITTON) , but he also lived at Valclusa,
  Enniskerry.

Charles' brother, Rev Richard John Deane-Oliver, CBE. As chaplain served
in WW1, and was mentioned in despatches; Assistant Chaplain General
1915-1920 in the service of Eastern Command.

DEANE-OLIVER, Richard Edward , RE, born 1890, and baptised in
Powerscourt Church. Only son of Charles Deane-Oliver CE,( above) and
grandson of Edward Falconer Litton,QC.  Killed in Action on the Somme,
7th Sept. 1916, in his 26th year. Educated at "Mr Bookey's School, Bray"
(Aravon), Shrewsbury and TCD, where he graduated in Arts and
Engineering. Gave up a responsible job on the Manchester Ship Canal to
take a commission in the Royal Engineers and was killed instantaneously
by a shot while engaged in constructing a new line of trenches. His CO
wrote of him " the famous corps to which he belonged for so short a
time, will always regard him as one of her heroes."

DEANE-OLIVER, Margaret Silver Esther, sister of the above, d 1988, was a
highly qualified doctor. A graduate of TCD, she qualified MB.BCh in
1926, BOA (Obstetrics) in 1941, and DA (Diploma in Anaesthesia).
Principal anaesthetist of the Meath Hospital, and consulting
anaesthetist of the National Childrens' Hospital.

DES VEOUX, Alice H. d.1874    daughter of Major Thomas Des Veoux,
Portarlington. Her brother was a career soldier, Major Charles Hamilton
Des Veoux, serving in Australia and Afganistan. He took part in a famous
seige of Semana fort on the North West Frontier in 1897.The Sikh
regiment and their officers defended the fort for several days against
rebel tribesmen, while Mrs DesVeoux gave birth under fire to a baby
girl. The child lived and was named Violet  Semana. The nursemaid
attending Mrs DesV.had to combine her duties with caring for the many
wounded. For this she was awarded the Royal Red Cross medal, which she
received from Queen Victoria's own hands. Unfortunately the records of
the early recipients of the Royal Red Cross before the Great War are
incomplete, and so far nothing can be found except her name. Theresa
McGrath was almost certainly Irish. Rather a remote connection to
Enniskerry, but a good story.

DOBBS, "Little Peggy", d. 1917.  Perhaps the most loved memorial in the
graveyard,  visited by generations of children.  She was an only child
and died in Bray at the age of 7.  Her mother lived to be an old lady of
102.  She was Dolly Montgomery, the daughter of a Moderator of the
Presbyterian Church.

D'OLIER, Alice, d. 1939.  Wife of Edmund Guy D'Olier of Knocklinn,
Ballyman, who was a wine merchant.   Alice was the first Secretary of
the Mothers' Union at Powerscourt Church in 1907. Lived later at Fairy
Hill, Bray.( see also, WIX)

D'OLIER, Bertrand.  Son of Alice and Edmund.  Pilot Officer who was
killed in a flying accident in 1923.  An early casualty in the history
of flight.

DONNELLY, Sir John McNeale, C.B., K.C.B.  d. 1907.   He joined Madras
Medical Department in 1856, and he became Deputy Surgeon General HM
forces in Burma 1885.  He superintended vaccination programmes against
smallpox among the civilian population, insisting that his officers
learn the native languages.

DOUGLAS, James, d.1924	 Steward of Charleville in the 1870s. He was in
charge of the gardens, the demesne and the home farm. He lived in a
little house built into the stones of Charleville walled garden with his
sister, Alice (d.1934). Both are buried here.

DRAPER, Carter, 1845-1902.  County Surveyor Wicklow from 1882.  He was
involved in the railway schemes of the county and the controversy over
the Dublin to Blessington Steam Tramway and the interminable plans for
the Bray to Enniskerry railway. Designed the Captain Robert Halpin
memorial in Wicklow town.

DUFF-MOORE, Rev. Alexander. After a long career as rector of Killiskey,
he was  Rector of Kilbride for the last five years of his life.
Archdeacon of Glendalough 1937-1942. His sister Jessie, was married to
Lt Col Rickard, commanding officer of the 2nd Batt Royal Munster
Fusiliers in WW1. He and some 600 of his men were killed in a disastrous
battle in 1915. She commissioned the famous painting entitled "The Last
General Absolution of the Munsters" by Fortunino Matania, then an
official war artist. The painting depicts the chaplain, Fr Gleeson,
blessing the troops by a roadside shrine on the evening before the
battle. Jessie Rickard was herself a well known novelist.

EDWARDS, Guy. 1925-2006		Served in WW2 as a mid-rear gunner. He
was shot down, captured and was a survivor of a POW camp and subsequent
"death march".

EGLINTON,Joseph  1832-1875	Tutor to Lord Powerscourt and an RM
(Resident Magistrate) in Co. Down. A rather stern quotation is carved on
the stone: "Set thy house in order, for thou shalt die and not live".
And beneath, as if relenting, "God is Love"

ELMITT, Austina, b. 1847   wife of Lt Col George Edward Elmitt., Novara,
Bray.
Their sons, Austin Joyce Elmitt, MC, Capt Welsh Regiment, killed Nov.
1917, aged 20, and George Carleton Brooksby Elmitt, Lt. 7th Batt RIF was
killed near Ypres Aug 1917. Both recorded on the Aravon memorial and
Bray Town. Austin's medal was presented to his mother at Portobello
Barracks and pinned on the breast of his schoolboy brother.

ERCK, John Caillard Wentworth. 1862-1938, "Sherrington" Shankill. Lt
Col. Indian Army.  Also fought in China, and was Draft Conducting
Officer with the Royal Irish Rifles in WW1. He had two sisters, also
buried here: MARY EMILY ERCK 1860-1950 and CAROLINE ERCK who died in
1958 at the age of  97. These ladies lived at Sherrington also and were
beloved in Shankill, well known for their benevolence and hospitality.
Sherrington had been owned by their uncle, Mr. Wentworth Erck,1827-1890.
He was a barrister, magistrate and Poor Law Guardian, but his great
passion was astronomy. He built an observatory in the garden of the
house, and constructed his own telescopes, with which he made close
observations of the heavens, especially of Mars and Jupiter. These
observations impressed, and were acknowledged by, the professionals.
Both house and observatory have been demolished since.
The Rev John Caillard Erck, brother of Wentworth, was a vicar in
England, but had been Perpetual Curate of Kilbride Church , Bray from
1860-1861
Three generations of John Caillard Ercks  preceded these gentlemen, the
first dying in 1811.He was a sugar refiner, and established the family
fortunes in sweet bakeries.
The Ercks descended from Huguenot families who came to Ireland in the
17th century.

FELLINGHAM, George, d.1903	Lived at Powersourt Gate Lodge. Unmarked
grave.

FENTON, Thomas, d.1960	gardener at Powerscourt House, 1950s

FITZGERALD, William Raymond, 1890-1964.  After serving with The Royal
Engineers in WW1, he joined Egyptian Railways. He became the General
Manager in 1941.  He was knighted in 1947 for war service in Calcutta,
where he held the honorary rank of Major General. His grandfather was
the Rt, Rev. Bishop of Killaloe, William Fitzgerald, who consecrated
Powerscourt Church on 15th September, 1863.
( who also consecrated Christ Church Bray in July the same year)

FOX, Leilagh,,d.2003; Dorothy ,d.2001 and Marie,d.1997 (Sisters).
Worked Verney Farm, Kilternan, in traditional style for decades.  They
were well known for the production of top quality milk, pasteurised,
packed and distributed directly from the farm.

GALLAGHER,  Anthony. d. 1928.	 RIC constable in Borris, Co.Carlow, and
later in Enniskerry, following Thomas Mustard (see below). On retirement
he also followed Mr Mustard at his post of gatekeeper at the Dargle. His
daughter Kathleen married Thomas Mustard's son, also Thomas, a mason in
co. Louth . The grave contains 5 members of the family. The last, Annie
Gallagher, died in 1973 and was the old lady remembered at the cottage
at Dargle Glen (now demolished), who collected pennies from walkers.

GALBRAITH, Ven. Archdeacon Henry, d. 1905, Rector of Powerscourt for 30
years.; Archdeacon of Glendalough. He and his family lived in the New
Rectory, built in 1874, on the Cookstown Road. Also his second wife,
Charlotte. The Connacher organ in the church was a gift in her memory
1889. Rev Galbraith had been the Rector of Rathdrum , and was sent for
to teach the young Charles Stuart Parnell at Avondale.  He was not very
successful, as the child would climb out of the window to escape the
lesson.

GALBRAITH, Norman and Eileen.  Two of the children of Archdeacon
Galbraith, Rector of Powerscourt.  Norman, b. 1878, worked for the
Colonial Office in Ceylon from 1902.  He died on active service in WW1,
and his name is on the War Memorial inside the Church.  The headstone
tells the story of Eileen who, with her sister, Alice, went to Sudan to
serve as missionaries.  She was buried in Nairobi in 1946. Alice died in
Sudan in the 1920s. She was much older than her step brother and sister
and helped to bring them up in the Enniskerry Rectory. Eileen married
Dr. Kenneth Fraser, and together they founded and developed a very
successful ministry in Lui, Sudan.

GATENBY, John James Bronte 1892-1960	Appointed Professor of Zoology,
TCD in 1921. Born and educated in New Zealand, he was related to the
Bronte family, through Patrick Bronte's brother.
GATENBY, Peter Barry Bronte 1923-2015, his son, was Professor of
Medicine at TCD; Ireland's first full time professor of Clinical
Medicine, and Medical Director of the UN.

GAYNOR, Sarah, d. 1922	 For many years nurse to the family of Rev.Boyle
of Bushy Park

GIBSON, George Henry. d. 1981	last manager of the Blessington Tramway.

GILBERT,Jane. d.1906	On the headstone: " For nearly 22 years the much
loved and devoted friend and nurse in the family of the Rt. Rev. Wm
Packenham Walsh DD, Bishop of Ossery, Ferns, and Leighlin". Jane's
people were from Co. Wicklow, and the Bishop married, as his second
wife, Annie, one of the daughters of Rev, Hackett of Crinken. He was a
good deal older and already had 7 children, and had 4 more with Annie.

GOULDING, Sir Basil and Lady Valerie.  Sir Basil (1909-1982) was a Wing
Commander in the RAF in WW2, an industrialist, in the family fertiliser
business, W&HM Goulding and Co, and art collector.   Lady Valerie
(1918-2003) was a campaigner for the disabled, and Senator.  In 1951,
she set up The Central Remedial Clinic following the polio epidemic, and
was a tireless fundraiser for this and other projects for the disabled.
She was regarded as a possible candidate for the Presidency of Ireland.

GRAHAM, Barbara Mary 1906 –1964. Widow of Col. P L Graham MC (1919) R A
anti-Tank Regiment in WW 2. Daughter of Col E Cotton Jury ( see below)

GRAHAM, Constance Elaine, 1929- 2014 . For more than 40 years worked
with Interserve, an interdenominational missionary society in Asia and
the Middle East. Twenty two years of her service was in India and
Pakistan. Elaine grew up in the Rectory at Castlecomer, where her father
was Rector.(see below) She trained at Redcliffe Missionary College and
travelled, in 1955, to Lahore, to be, in turn, librarian at Kinnaird
College, secretary at a field hospital in India, and again as secretary
to the principal of Kinnaird High School. She was appointed a church
worker for the Church of Pakistan, serving in St. Andrews church, until
she returned in 1977 to London to work at the Society's Office. She
became Director of Interserve in the Republic until retirement in 1994.
She was then commissioned as a Diocesan lay reader, serving Powerscourt
and Kilbride Parishes. She became President of YWCA , writing a history
of the Association in Ireland.

GRAHAM, Rev Malcolm Moore, 1898-1965, Incumbent of Castlecomer
1932-1961; Chancellor of Ossary 1954-61. Retired to Glencormac, where
his daughter Elaine lived after him. . His wife, Constance Kathleen
Hilare Vaughan. d.1991. Also  Frances  Graham of Waterloo Road, d. 1979,
his sister.
His brother, Rev Henry Colles Graham, a missionary with the DU Fukien
Mission to China, was killed in 1918, shot at sea by Chinese pirates.

GREGG, Archbishop John Allen Fitzgerald, CH. 1873-1961.  Archbishop of
Dublin 1920-1938. Though a conservative and Unionist, he encouraged his
flock to come to terms with the political realities of 1922. Tall and
dignified, he was once mistaken for De Valera, and arrested.  Archbishop
of Armagh and Primate of all Ireland 1939-1959. Respected Church
Historian.
Also commemorated, his sons, Claude and John Francis GREGG who died in
WW2 aged 25 and 37. John Francis was drowned at sea while a prisoner of
the Japanese.

GRIFFIN, Leslie  		Rugby player. Played for Ireland in
1949, a Triple Crown winning year. He also played for the Barbarians,
Leinster and for Wanderers FC from 1942-1952.

HAMILTON, John. of Merrion Square.   d 1875	Surgeon to the Queen in
Ireland, and Vice President of the College of Surgeons.

HANAN, Anthony Mervyn Sandys  d.1972  Had the task of bringing the John
F. Kennedy Arboretum to fruition. Henry Jervis Sandys was his
grandfather (see below). His father, Dr Charles P. Hanan, was the doctor
in charge of Newcastle Hospital, originally built in 1896 for the
treatment of T.B.

HAWKESWORTH, Desmond  d 1970	 Governor of Kersala Province of Sudan
His twin, Geoffrey, d.1969 concluded his Sudan career as Governor of
Kordofan,1950-54, and later Chairman of the Public Service Commission in
Nigeria.

HEATLEY, Elizabeth  d.1977. headmistress of the French School, Bray 1934
– 1955, buried here in the family grave.
HEATLEY, Edward, Royal Dublin Fusiliers "Pals" died 1920 aged 25.
Recorded on Bray War Memorial. Severely shell shocked at Suvla Bay,
Gallipoli, he was discharged to a medical facility in Bray in 1918,
where he died in 1920. The RDF awarded him the Silver War Badge, an
acknowledgement for those who for one reason or another were not able to
continue in service, and thus not eligible for the campaign medals. It
was inscribed, "for King and Empire- Services Rendered"

HENRY, Paul, 1876-1958.  Famous painter, especially of scenes of life in
the West of Ireland, where he lived on Achill Island for 9 years.  This
is the most famous and visited grave in the churchyard. Henry lived in
Kilmacanogue for many years

HENRY, Robert Mitchell, 1873-1950	Brother of Paul Henry. Classical
scholar. Appointed chair of Latin at Queens University, Belfast in 1908.
Lecturer at St. Andrew's University and at Trinity College Dublin as
chair of Classical Literature. Irish Nationalist and in  sympathy with
the aims of the Gaelic league. Supporter of Home Rule.

HEWITT, John, d. 1901.  Engaged as Sexton and his wife as Sextoness in
1884.  On his contract, he is described as Ex-Sergeant. RIC. He was 47
at the time and brought his growing family with him. The headstones show
that three children died young, a family story of tragic loss in one
century, but long life in the next.
Fifty years later, Alice McNulty earned £50 a year as Sextoness, but the
fees charged for writing the names in the burial book remained at 2/6d

IRWIN, Infant.  d. 1934, The Infant child of Rev. H. Clarke Irwin.  He
was the Minister of St. Andrew's Presbyterian Church, Bray. 1881 - 1892,
the second to hold that office. The Irwin family emigrated to Australia.

IND, Harold Hugh Brodie BSc 1914-1977. Member of the Ind Coope brewing
family.  2nd Lt Scots Guards 1934-35. Graduated Edinburgh 1938. Married
Phyllis Marion Alice Browne of Rosslyn. Bray in 1941. She was a noted
artist. After her husband's death she remarried in 1982, Mr Kingsmill
Pennefather. (For obituary of Phyllis, see Pennefather) Her brother was
killed in WW2, 1940 (see Browne)

JEPHSON, Henry Lorenzo  d.1914  , Glenbrook. Son of HPG Jephson,( see
below) brother of Phillipa and uncle of Ina Boyle, the composer. Worked
with London County Council. Wrote books, including "The Sanitary
Evolution of London" (1907) His daughter, Adelaide, married in 1912,
Captain Grenville Fortescue, killed in action, 1915

JEPHSON, Henry Prittie George 1813-1866	.	So far this is the
oldest dated headstone in the graveyard. He had been an officer in her
Majesty's 87th Royal Irish Fusiliers, and lived latterly at Glenbrook
where his widow and her sister( Miss Selina Crampton) continued to live
after his death. His brother, confusingly named Lorenzo Henry Jephson,
died about the same time, in Carrick on Suir, when he was struck by a
stone thrown at him by a disgruntled pensioner. LHJ was one of the
workhouse Guardians there.


JEPHSON, Adelaide, d.1892, wife of Henry PG and mother of HL appears in
the Dictionary of Irish Architects as an "amateur wood or stone carver".
A decorative fireplace for the Crampton Lodge at Loch Bray, dated 1902,
is stated to be carved by her. She was a sister of Sir John Crampton
(see above). However, there are three Adelaide Jephsons – mother,
daughter ( Mrs Sandford; see below) and granddaughter (Mrs Fortescue)

JOHNSTON, Venerable Arthur Joseph.   d. 1941 Curate-in-charge and then
Rector of Kilbride, 1929-1937.  Archdeacon of Glendalough 1914-1937

JURY, Colonel Edward Cotton CMG; M C  d. 1966 aged 84. 18 th Hussars;
Served in the South African War 1901-1902; awarded the Queens medal with
5 clasps. Captain in 1914 and awarded MC in 1916 rose to the rank of Lt.
Col. and received American DSM and French Ordre de la Couronne.
Descended from William Jury, founder of the Commercial Family Hotel in
Dublin, and ran " Jurys" in later life.
JURY, Peter Charles Cotton, d 1995, son of the above, took over
management of the hotel from his father. ( se also Graham, above)

KEEGAN, Charlie. 1926- 2003, Well known and respected farmer in the
area.  Represented Ireland in the World Ploughing Championship in 1962,
and won it in 1964.  Co-founder of the Kilmacanogue Horse Show.  He was
also a Show Judge.  He served on Powerscourt Church Vestry for 30 years.

KENNEDY, Frederick Alexander, 1879-1966, Solicitor. And "Admiralty
Marshall" for Dublin Port, responsible for impounding vessels which
default on port fees, or carry contraband goods etc. He played Rugby for
Ireland in 1904. Frederick married Ruby Mullaly, and their son, George
O'Brien Kennedy, also known as Brian, was the man responsible for
introducing hire boats to the Shannon. He served in WW2 as a naval
architect, and post war designed many sailing boats, including the IDRA
14 sailing dinghy. Brian wrote an autobiography entitled, "Not All at
Sea", which tells of his life in Bray among much else.
Family of Sir Frederick Kennedy, one time eccentric owner of "Frascati",
the emormous house in Blackrock, Co Dublin, who died in 1815.

KERSLAKE ( or KERSLEY) Robert. 	Unmarked grave of sexton of Powerscourt
Church. Followed Mr Hewitt as sexton (see above)

KILPATRICK, William (Bill) RAF d 2009	Flew Dakotas for Transport
Command, Burma WW2; Aer Lingus pilot. Talented woodturner.

KINLAY, Howard, 1942-1987. Guitarist; Student Representative at Trinity,
where he was a "radical and innovative leader"; President of the
Students' Union of Ireland;	 founder and director of USIT Travel;
editor with RTE and then with the Irish Times as News Features Editor
.
KIRKWOOD, Phoebe.  died 1945; daughter of Major Charles Kirkwood of
Woodbrook, Co. Roscommon.  The House, estate and people of the district
in the 1930s,feature in a memoir, "Woodbrook" by David Thomson, Phoebe's
tutor.  Phoebe was only 23 when she died and her short life is described
in loving detail in the book, published in 1974. When Woodbrook was
sold, the family came to live in Glencot, a property in Glencormac.

LAMBERT, N.H. ("Ham") d. 2006.  Famous Veterinary Surgeon and sportsman.
He specialised in the treatment of small animals, and continued this
long past retirement.   Official Vet to Dublin Zoo for 25 years.  Played
cricket for Ireland between 1931 and 1947, and Rugby Union in 1934.  A
referee trainer for more than 50 years.

LANGRELL, Maria (nee Wilson). d.1966   A Jubilee Nurse in Enniskerry
before she married Isaac Langrell in 1944.  Maria lived in Rose Cottage,
which was the home of several Jubilee nurses over the years.  The
headstone reveals that Maria's children died as infants.  Only one
survived. On her marriage , she set up the Knockrath Nursing Home in
Greystones.

LARMINIE, William. 1848-1900	poet and folklorist; employed in the BIO
(British India Office), from 1873-1887 and then retired to Bray. Wrote
two volumes of poetry and collections of stories from local people.

LeFANU, Francis Lewen.  d. 1831 at the age of 21

LeFANU, Captain Hugh Barrington, R.N. d. 1929.  He was Harbour Master at
Dunkirk 1915-1918; subsequently Officer in charge of Coast Guards in
S.E. Ireland.
( his son, Admiral Sir Michael LeFanu, CB,KCB,GCB 1913-1970,served in
WW2 and became First Sea Lord 1968-70)

LeFANU, John Lewen, 1906-2005. Grandson of WR Le Fanu (see below), son
of Brindsley Rankine Le Fanu. He fought in WW2 in the RAFVR, was
chairman on Grahams Lager Ltd and Sales Director of Ind Coop & Allsopp,
England.

LeFANU, Thomas P. d. 1945.  Son of W.R.LeFanu, Commissioner of Public
Works.  President of the Royal Society of Antiquarians in Ireland.

LeFANU, Victor Charles, J.P.  1862-1939, Agent for Lord Meath's Estates
and a classical scholar.   He played rugby for Ireland 11 times, and was
captain in 1892.

LeFANU, William Richard, 1861-1925. Barrister; son of W.R.LeFanu.  Queen
Anne's Bounty, mentioned on the headstone, was a fund for impoverished
clergy, set up 1703

LeFANU, William R.  1816-1894.  Famous railway engineer responsible for
the Bagenalstown and Kilkenny line, including the Borris viaduct; author
of "Seventy years of Irish Life"; had 8 sons and 2 daughters; his
brother, Joseph Sheridan LeFanu was the writer of Gothic novels; lived
at Summerhill, now the Hotel.
His wife , Henrietta Victorine, was daughter of Sir Matthew Barrington,(
of Barrington's Hospital, Limerick.)

LITTON, George Edward, 1897-1955 Lt Colonel, born in India, son of
Marshall William Litton, lawyer and coffee planter and grandson of
Edward Falconer Litton (see Deane-Oliver). Marshall was gravely wounded
in WW1 and in the Irish ‘Troubles' he had provided invaluable assistance
to the British authorities. Marshall's cousin, was, confusingly, also
called Edward Falconer Litton.

LITTON, Peter George Marshall. Brigadier.OBE. 1920-2006. Son of the
above. Peter was commissioned into the Sherwood Foresters in 1939. Took
part in the invasion of Italy at Salerno, and was captured in 1944. POW
in Germany until liberation in 1945.
Vaious miltary posts after the war including Malaya, Northern Ireland
and Cyprus in the 60s. ADC to the Queen. Retired 1975; Colonel of the
Worcestershire and Sherwood Foresters Regiment until 1983


McCORMICK,Canon Francis James, d. 1947, Rector of Ardcarne and Canon of
Killmallan. Though he was living in Shankill when he died, he was a
neighbour and Rector of the Kirkwoods in Woodbrook, conducted the
funeral service for Phoebe Kirkwood(see above) in Powerscourt church,
and is buried beside her.

McCULLAGH, Andrew Torrens;1815-1902.	related to the highly eccentric
Irish premier of South Australia, Robert Richard Torrens. His daughter,
Clare Marsh,(1875-1923) was a noted painter in Dublin

McDONAGH, Rev. Charles, d. 1873.  Clergyman at the time the new church
was built.  Curate of Stagonil 1848-1867. Prebendary of Stagonil
1867-1873.  His grave is one of the first in the New Churchyard.
His predecessor, Rev Joshua Bernard is buried in the old churchyard at
Powerscourt House. ( Rev Joshua's grandson was John Moore Casement CB,
Admiral RN and ADC to King George V.  John Casement's father , Julius,
was Sheriff of Co. Wicklow and distantly related to executed Roger)

McDONAGH, C.W. d.1936	Drapers in Bray. The shop was at 25,26, and 27
Main Street. At Christmas,1910, he advertised bargains – "6 mens'
collars for 2/9; Irish linen sheets at 17/6 a pair; mens' suits at
15/9". In 1928 the bargains included "brown all wool fleece blankets
6/11 each; mens' tennis flannels 8/11;ladies' fur trimmed coats (tailor
made).. clearing regardless of cost 29/6; gents' soft collars.. selling
at 3 and a half pence" . Not much inflation in 18 years.

McDONAGH, Dr Charles Lewens. d. 1976. Set up the first Radiology
Department of the RotundaHospital in 1927.

McKEE, Rev. Ernest.  Presbyterian Minister in Bray from 1924-1934.  He
was wounded in the 3rd battle of Ypres while serving as a Chaplain with
the 9th Royal Irish Rifles. His son, Ian, was killed in Burma in 1942.

McKENZIE, William Thomas. RAF Volunteer Reserve. d 1943  Killed by
walking into  the rotating propeller of a Wellington in the dark at
Silloth, Cumbria, after a night exercise.

McMULLEN, General Sir Norman , CIE,KCB,DSO,CMG 1877-1944	 Born in
Delhi to a service family; spent most of his career in India. Major to
the Ludhiana Sikhs in 1915; mentioned in despatches 9 times in the Great
War; decorated with the Order of the Crown of Belgium, Croix de Guerre
of France and of Belgium; CIE for services in the Afgan War 1920. In
1935 appointed General Commander-in- Chief, Eastern Command, India. He
enjoyed trout fishing.

McMULLEN, John Franklin 1820-1897, Inspector of the Union Bank of
Australia.
Beatrice, nee Carnegie, his wife, 1823-1887, sister of John D Carnegie
(see above)

MacMANUS, Henry RHA 1810-1878	Artist and native of Co. Monaghan, he
was appointed headmaster of Glasgow School of Design in 1845 and
returned to Dublin four years later to take up a similar post with the
Dublin Society. He was a successful teacher and artist, well loved by
his students as the headstone reveals.

McNULTY, Alice.  d. 1978.  A well known figure in the parish.  She acted
as Sexton from 1939 to 1956.  Lively and energetic, she performed an
endless range of duties for £50 a year.  Alice lived in Rose Cottage
which had once been an Alms House for elderly women.

MACK, Sir Henry, CBE, KCMG, d. 1974	 Career diplomat; British
Ambassador in Egypt, Iran and Buenos Aires 1950s

MADDEN,Harriett, nee Baxter. d.1869. Widow of Charles Dudley Madden
(1784-1827) of Rosslea Co Monaghan. JP;DL; and High Sheriff. He had
fought as a Lieutenant with the 4th Dragoons during the Peninsula War
1800-1811 and kept a daily Diary of his life in the saddle. This is now
printed in full on the internet- a fascinating document. Charles Dudley
was the younger son of Lt Col Samuel Madden, Hilton House, co.Monaghan,
now a "Hidden Ireland" Country House Hotel, still owned by the Madden
family.

MALLINSON, P.Russell  ( 1891- 1979)  Pilot in WW1, journalist, editor
and writer of adventure stories. Gained Aviator's certificate in 1916
and joined the RFC as  2nd Lt.  and Lt. in 1917. Sustained a head injury
in an aircraft accident in 1916. Served until 1919. In 1941 commissioned
as Pilot Officer and promoted to Flight Lieutenant in 1945. Relinquished
his commission in 1954.. He was a prolific writer under many pen names;
in the 1920s and 30s wrote flying tales for several publications.
Retired to Ireland and lived in Ballyreagh.

MASON, Ernest Vance,MC. 1887-1960. Capt. RFA. Gassed at Ypres 1917;
earned MC in Salonica in 1918 "for gallant conduct in circumstances of
extreme danger (while a FLO. Forward Liaison Officer) under continuous
heavy barrage" and wounded 3 times

MAUNSELL, Arthur Monroe , Major Royal Munster Fusiliers, d.1925. His son
, commemorated on the headstone, Lieut. Douglas Slade Maunsell Royal
Munster Fusiliers, was killed in 1916. He was invalided home in 1915 and
on recovery served in Dublin during the Rising, April 1916, and was
killed within hours of returning to his battalion in France in
September. The Maunsells have a military pedigree in Ireland stretching
back to the 11th Century .


MECREDY, Rev. Henry  Capel. Sandys, Rector of Powerscourt 1907-1924.  He
donated the brass font and flagon in 1909 in memory of his Godfather,
Rev. Charles McDonagh, also Rector of Powerscourt until 1874 - most
probably to mark the 50th anniversary of the church building. His
daughters, Louisa Hope James Mecredy, buried here in 1967, was a CMS
missionary in India, and Doris H.Sandys Mecredy, d. 1969. They occupied
the "new" rectory in Cookstown.

MECREDY, Henry  Sandys 1803-1891.MA,TCD. Father of the above. Solicitor,
residing at Kingstown at the time of his death. Donated the south
transept window in honour of his father, Wills Hill Mecredy who died at
Cookstown in 1852. Henry was the grandson of Rev Michael Sandys, rector
of Stagonil ( Powerscourt ) parish 1775-1814, and a nephew therefore of
Robert Sandys, agent to two Lord Powerscourts until 1845.. Also buried
here are Maria Louisa Mecredy ,d. 1900 ( his wife)  and two daughters,
Jane E Sandys Mecredy (Bessie) 1864 -1914, and Mary L. Stewart Mecredy,
d. 1951,aged 85.
Maria Louisa was the daughter of John Hope James, MD, of Enniskerry. His
wife was Hester Hope James, who died in 1891 a month after her son in
law, see above. At 81, she was 7 years youmger than he. She had been a
widow for 50 years, as Dr James died in 1842 and is buried in the old
Graveyard at Powerscourt.

MELLEFONT, Thomas, Lance Corporal. 2nd Royal Irish Rifles, killed 1914
at Ypres aged 19.. Recorded on the Powerscourt War Memorial. Name on Le
Touret Memorial Son of Robert and Susan Mellefont. Born in Millisle, Co
Down, 1895. His father from Wexford, was in the Royal Navy , and worked
with the Coast Guard service. His mother was born in Dublin. Relatives
lived in Enniskerry. (Father worked as Sexton at Powerscourt Church ?)
Thomas was posted in August;, killed in action in October
( recorded also on Dunlaoghaire Mariner's War Memorial.)

MEREDITH, Captain Boyle, d.1873 ,   13th (PrinceAlbert's) Light
Infantry; became Staff Officer of Pensioners.

MEREDITH, Rev Ralph R.A. d 1878 (son of the above) Curate of
Christchurch, Bray 1846-1873 and Rector of Killiskey; married Eliza,
daughter of Phineas Riall,JP, Old Conna Hill. Son of Ralph and Eliza,
Lewis Meredith, created the rock garden at Old Conna House.

MILLER, Melville 1917-1972 ( k a Sandy) Managing Director of Rowntree
Mackintosh, Ireland. Killed in the Staines Air disaster. He was the only
one taken alive from the debris, but died soon after.

MILLER, Bishop Robert 1866-1931 	Bishop Cashel,1919-1931

MOSES,Emily (nee Wilkinson)  wife of Marcus Tertius Moses, died 1931. He
was a tea merchant, politician and magistrate in Dublin, and is
mentioned in James Joyce's ‘Ullyses'. Their son, Marcus Alwynne Moses
died of fever in 1914 ages 27, while serving with the 2nd Rhodesian
Regiment in WW1 He is honoured on the war memorial in Kilbride Church

MOORE, Cecil Robert, MD, 1902-1960, Phydician in Bray; Surgeon Lt. RN in
WW2
May Louisa Frances Moore( nee Darlington), his wife.

MULLER, Clarissa Johanna( Stein)  1920-1983, daughter of Walter Johannes
Stein, an Austrian philosopher and educationist; pupil and friend of
Rudolph Steiner. Her mother, Nora, was a eurythmist, a proponent of
enlightenment through music and movement.

MUSTARD, Thomas James 1826-1902. 	RIC Constable in Enniskerry .His
eldest son was born in Enniskerry barracks. On his retirement, he became
the gatekeeper at Dargle and reared his large family of 11children
there. The headstone records the death of the mother and two of the
children, Cecil and Lucy who died in 1877 and 1878 aged 7 and 10, but
Thomas himself and 4 other adult members of the family are buried here
also. He and his wife (d.1886) served teas to the visitors to the Dargle
Glen. Mr Mustard's son Thomas married the daughter of his successor,
Kate Gallagher (see Gallagher above) and their daughter, Kathleen
Mustard, Bray, celebrated her 100th birthday in 2012.

MUSTARD, Kathleen, 1912-2016. Granddaughter of Thomas James (above) and
of Anthony Gallagher (above), both RIC officers in Enniskerry. Kathleen
lived all her long life in Bray. At school in St Pauls, now no longer
there, and at 18 went to the Technical School in Brighton Terrace to
study book-keeping, commercial arithmetic, shorthand and Irish. She was
then employed in a number of Businesses. She was with Murdoch's
department store for 13 years, and also with Paddy Dempsey, the butcher,
and with Hans Hautz, who manufactured Beverley Bags. At one time she had
a job with the Hospital's Trust, which included working the famous
"Hollerith" machine which chose the winners for the Lottery. She retired
in 1981.

NICHOLLS, Henry, d.1975  City Engineer, Dublin, responsible for the
sanitation and water mains. 1916 patriot, took an active part in the
Rising on Easter Monday, in and around the Royal College of Surgeons. He
was the only TCD graduate who took action in the Easter Rising, 1916.
Spent time in Frongoch, the prison camp in Wales. Later was a founding
member of ILGOU, the trade union of Local Government officials. His
wife, Kathleen HOLMES (Emerson), was a well known Suffragette, arrested
several times for smashing windows, and during one of her demonstrations
on the streets of Dublin, she narrowly escaped being thrown into the
Liffey by an enraged crowd of men.

ORMSBY, Sisters Edith, Isabel d.1946 ,and Kate, d. 1948, daughters of
John Yeadon Ormsby of Ballinamore, Co. Mayo.. They lived in the Rectory
at Cookstown, and their house was one of the first in Enniskerry to have
electric light installed. Donated the electric engine for Powerscourt
Church organ.

OSTERBERG, Harald, died 1968.  Danish Consul General in Dublin . Civil
Engineer. Introduced the Dragon Sailing Boats to Irish waters.  KDM
stands for Kommander of the Company of the Danish Flag.
His son, Paul Harald, was a distinguished orthopaedic surgeon in
Belfast.

PALMER, Rev. Abraham Smythe, 1844-1917,  Curate of Powerscourt from
1868-74. Served during the period of the Disestablishment, and was
disillusioned about his pay.
He then became a Vicar in England and wrote many academic books.  Two of
his daughters, Phyllis and Gladys Palmer ran Hillcourt School.  His son
Geoffrey Palmer was a musician who composed settings for poems by James
Joyce.  His wife, Sarah Frances Palmer ( nee Echlin) wrote and published
Children's books. His youngest daughter, Eileen Palmer, was the carer of
Geoffrey who became an invalid  All except Rev. Palmer are buried here.
Another daughter, Sylvia, settled in England.

PATRICKSON, Annie Martha d. 1934, daughter of Mr F. Du Bedat, wife of
Captain J.H. Patrickson, 21st Royal Scots Fusiliers. Their daughter
Meriel Frances, married Rev Joseph Samuel Wylie, Rector of
Newtownmountkennedy, also buried in this graveyard.
PATRICKSON, Eric Colquhoun Esq, Colonial Engineer, appointed the
legislative Council of the Presidency of Dominica. Lost at sea 1936
PATRICKSON, Lt. Col. Denis James , Worcestershire Regiment, son of Eric
and his wife, Oonagh. He was a career soldier, serving in WW2 in the 2nd
Battalion in India and Burma. Post war served in various Staff and
Regimental appointments until retirement in 1972. He then worked at MOD
Chessington and died in 2001, aged 84. "Universally known as a true
gentleman."


PENNEFATHER,  Phyllis Marion Alice (Phyl) d.2008,aged 96. Her mother was
Alice Lewin from Co.Galway and her father Cyril Browne, son of Lord
Richard Howe Browne from Sligo. The family moved to Bray in the 1930s.
Phyl was one of the first wave of women students to enter TCD from which
she graduated with a First in Modern Languages. She taught in England
and then joined the Air Ministry at the start of the war in 1939. In
1941 she married Harold Ind of the brewing concern, Ind Coope, and
returned to Ireland to her parents home, Rosslyn in Bray. There she
became an active member of the community for 70 years. She was Chief
Commissioner of the Wicklow Girl Guides -they paraded in front of
Rosslyn at their annual gathering- and she worked tirelessly for the
RNLI, SSAFA etc. When her family had grown up she returned to her
painting. She set up the Wicklow artists group; organised exhibitions
for the Adelaide hospital; taught painting at Summer schools in the
Burren in her 70s and 80s. Her pictures decorate the walls of the Dargle
Nursing Home where she spent her final years. She played bridge and
helped raise funds to build the Bridge Centre in Greystones. Her husband
Harold Ind died in 1977 and in 1982 she married Kingsmill Pennefather, a
Veterinary  Surgeon.

PHAYRE, Lieut. General Sir Arthur Purves, G.C.M.G., K.C.S.I., C.B.  d.
1885, First Commissioner of British Burma 1863-1867.  Governor of
Mauritius 1874-1878.  Renowned scholar, linguist, naturalist and
"universally beloved".

PINKERTON,	Samuel, d.1967 and Harriet and Robert BUCKLEY. d,1952
Descendants of the rebel Billy Byrne, who joined the United Irishmen,
fought at Vinegar Hill, was arrested in 1799 and executed. Byrne was
buried in Wicklow Abbey. Robert and Harriet lived at the Upper Lodge at
the Deerpark and died within a fortnight of each other. Samuel was
Harriet's brother.

PITTAR, Ada Mary  d.1882	 One of the Sunday School teachers in
Powerscourt parish in the 1870s. She died very young, at 25.

PRICE, Canon Charles Herbert Pownall.  Canon of St. Patrick's Cathedral,
Dublin;  Rector of Kilbride 1911-1925. Served in WW1 in the Chinese
Labour Corps. A memorial window in Kilbride church was erected "in
affectionate remembrance" by his parishioners and friends. A great tea
drinker, according to the memoir of a colleague.

PRICE, Francis William Blackwood, 1947- 1924 ( unmarked grave). His
family descended from Nicholas Price, Esq, Saintfield, Co Armagh. Said
to have travelled to Australia in 1867.

PRINGLE, Donald Seton. Became the 2nd Headmaster of CastlePark School in
1935. d.1961  . He was the son of Professor Seton Sydney Pringle FRCSI,
very eminent surgeon.. His sister ,Elizabeth (Betty) who died in 1976,
married Arthur Hamilton Butler, Bishop of Connor 1969-1981. His name is
also recorded on the headstone.

QUIGLEY, Irene,(d 1990) Noreen (d.1994) and Sheila( d.1996) (Sisters)
They lived together in the village of Enniskerry.  Noreen was a primary
school Principal in Killiney.   On retirement, was substitute teacher
when required, in Powerscourt National School, where she herself had
been a pupil.  She was a volunteer organist in Powerscourt Church and
Kilbride Church.

QUIN, Captain Richard (Dick)	Pilot, late of Clonroe, Enniskerry ;
held the transatlantic record from New York to Shannon, flying a 707
passenger aircraft.

REID, Margaret Hamilton. 1902-2010, aged 98 years. Active in many
national and international organisations; Christian  feminist,
philanthropist; 14 years as International Commissioner with the Irish
Girl Guides; sportswoman and business leader. Chairman of the board of
Switzers, in the 1950s, the first woman to hold the office of a chairman
of a publicly quoted Irish company. For 46 years an elder of Abbey Road
Presbyterian Church. Enjoyed driving sports cars and motorcycles until
quite late in her life.

REYNOLDS, Ralph. W. Headmaster of the High School, Dublin 1951-1970.

RIALL, Major Patrick Dudley Erskine RA. d 1996	 Served in WW2. Faithful
supporter of Powerscourt Church. Served on the Select Vestry as
Secretary and Treasurer etc, as did his father before him. His father
was Lt Col. Claude Phineas RIALL. (1876-1952) Served in East Yorkshire
Regiment in WW1

RISHWORTH, Frank Sharman BA, BE, MAI, MICEI.1876-1960.Railway engineer.
1902 lecturer in School of Engineering in Egypt, where he took a leading
part in the design of the Aswan Dam.. 1910 –1947, professor of Civil
Engineering at UCG. From 1925-1930 was chief engineer for the Shannon
Hydroelectric Scheme, and was subsequently consulting engineer to the
ESB.

ROBERTSON, Eleanor Frances, d.1903, daughter of Joseph Sheridan LeFanu,
the writer of ghost stories. Joseph was the brother of William Robert
LeFanu of Summerhill.
ROBERTSON, Eleanor Frances Grant Robertson, daughter of the
above,d.1963. Well known in the village as Miss Grant Robertson from
Enniskerry Lodge.

ROBERTSON, James Scott.  d. 1895. Purveyor General in the Crimea.
Initially Florence Nightingale approved of his appointment, but later
criticised  him for defending the Irish Sisters of Mercy whom she
accused of eating too much meat.  The nuns seem to have been
incorrigibly cheerful in spite of the dire conditions. Scott Robertson's
son, Ivan Robertson, died of wounds at Gallipoli, 1915, aged 34. ( 10th
Batt Australian Imperial Forces)

ROBINSON, George Hanbury, d. 1975.  Factor of the Powerscourt Estate.
Lived at Scalp House, and was the last Town Clerk of Rathmines.

ROGERS, Henry Ivers, BA MD, Surgeon RN, 1875-1917. Gazetted to be
surgeon on "Her Majesty's Fleet" in 1900

ROWAN-HAMILTON, Lt. Col. George, 1845-    JP in Co. Wicklow, 3rd Batt.
Royal Irish Rifles. Lived in Wilford, Bray. His great grandfather
Archibald Rowan Hamilton was a United Irishman, fighting in the 1798
rebellion. He was sentenced to death but escaped to the US.

ROWLAND, Michael Ryan	the interesting memorial stone on the field
boundary with a water feature, was erected to his memory by his friends
and colleagues in the film industry

ROWLETTE, Robert James, FRCP, 1873-1944.  President of RCP and RIAM.
Professor of Materia Medica and Pharmacy in Dublin University. Was a Lt.
Colonel in the RAMC during WW1. Involved in long distance athletics, and
later in the Irish Amateur Athletics Association, and the National
Athletic and Cycling Assoc. of Ireland. He was Honorary Physician to the
British Olympic Team in 1920 and to the Irish teams at the 1924 and 1928
Olympics. Elected to the Dail in 1933 and to the Senate in 1938.

RUDMOSE-BROWN, Thomas, d. 1942  Professor of French at T.C.D. Tutor and
mentor to Samuel Becket. Buried here with his wife, but no headstone or
dedication on the granite kerbs.

SANDFORD, Adelaide Elizabeth (nee Jephson) d. 1880	2nd daughter of
HPG Jephson of Glenbrook. Her husband, William Robert Wills Sandford was
an officer in the Royal Scots Dragoons – the "Greys"
Their daughter, Charlotte, was a singer and pianist, studying at the
RCM, and married the famous composer of church music, Charles Wood. Ina
Boyle studied composition with him. ( see Boyle, Ina, above)

SANDYS Family.   Descendants of MICHAELSandys, Prebendary of Stagonil
from 1775-1814 . HENRY Sandys and his wife Emily Darley were the first
couple to be married in Powerscourt Church in 1861, and their son HENRY
JERVIS was the first child to be baptised in Powerscourt Church in 1863.
Lived at Dargle Hill. Henry Snr was Agent to Lord Monck of Charleville.
Henry Snr's father, Robert Sandys, was agent to two Lord Powerscourts
from 1819 to 1849.

SANDYS, HILDA, daughter of Henry (Jervis) and Maud. Hilda and her sister
Dorothea served as VADs in WW1 . Hilda was awarded the prestigious
medal, the RRC ( Royal Red Cross) which she received from the king at
Buckingham Palace, for her exceptional work. Took part in the Peace
Commission in Paris in 1919. She was a WAAF officer until the 1960s when
she retired to Kilmacanogue. She died in 1983. Her family had been in
the parish for more than 200 years.

SARRATT, Walter, d. 1950.   Dublin Commissiioner for Cubs, Scout
Association of Ireland.  Treasurer of Dublin SAI.  He worked all his
life for Guinness.

SAUL, Captain J. Patrick.d.1968  Free State Army Air Corps. navigator on
the second east-west trans-Atlantic flight.  The "Southern Cross" took
off from Portmarnock sands in June 1930.  After 31 hours in the air, the
crew landed their craft in Newfoundland and flew on directly to New
York, the first to make this trip.
He became a navigational instructor with the RAF in 1937, and, at
Shannon Airport, worked to establish the Irish Air Traffic Control
system.
His first wife drowned in a boating accident in 1922, when Saul managed
to swim ashore with his infant daughter, Patricia. She lived until 2012,
and her ashes are buried here with her father.

SAUL, Air Vice Marshal Richard Ernest, C.B., D.F.C., R.A.F 1891-1983,
whose ashes are buried here.  He was one of the five most senior R.A.F.
Officers in WW2.  He was responsible for the aircraft and stations
defending the North of England during the Battle of Britain.

SAUL, William Hogan.,d.1960.  Naval Commander 1939-1943, HMS Queen of
Bermuda, armed merchant cruiser, South Atlantic Station.

SCOTT, Percy, B.L. d.1955.  Life-long Scout Leader.  The symbol on the
headstone is a tracking sign, usually made with a circle of pebbles,
which means "Gone Home".

SCOTT, Trevor, MRCVS 1911-1991	     Well loved Bray Vet, who often gave
his services for nothing if it would benefit the animal. Brother of
Percy Scott (see above)

SEALY, James,1876-1949,  Barrister, KC, Circuit Court Judge. He had a
long career as a Judge. Was a keen sportsman in youth and retained a
presence in Rugby and Cricket most of his life. Won 9 caps  for Ireland
and 4 for the British Isles in Rugby. Married the daughter of Douglas
Hyde.

SEALY, May Una. Daughter of Douglas Hyde, First President of Ireland.
Wife of James Sealy

SHAW, William, d. 1895.  Banker; liberal MP and a leader of the Home
Rule Movement.  Chairman of the Munster Bank, which collapsed in 1885
and he was disgraced and ruined. Became a journalist.

SHANNON, Samuel J., d.1924	From 1899-1916 was Chief Civil Engineer
with the Dublin South Eastern Railway.

SIMPSON, Rev.Chancellor Walter Cadden, d.1958	  Rector of St
Bartholemews 1918-1951
SIMPSON, Captain Alan P. 1920-1980. TCD Engineering. Served in the Irish
Army in WW2. Captain 1950 Corps of Engineers. He and his first wife,
Carolyn Swift founded the Pike Theatre (1953) in Dublin which staged the
first production of Samuel Beckett's "Waiting for Godot' and Behan's
‘The Quare Fellow'. Artistic  advisor with the Abbey Theatre, 1968-69,
and writer.

SLOAN. Mabel Fitzgerald. 1888-1974. Wife of Harold Alexander Sloan.. He
was a noted footballer, who scored the first goal at the new Dalymount
Park in 1901, playing for the home team , Bohemians. He played for
Ireland 8 times. A Presbyterian FP of the High School, he became a civil
servant and enlisted in the army in 1916. He was posted with the 198th
Royal Garrison Artillary and was killed in Jan 1817 at Combles on the
Somme, aged 37. Mabel and he had one son, also Harold Fitzgerald Sloan,
b.1913, Surgeon Lt RNVR (HMS Javelin) who was killed in 1940 WW2

SMITH, Annie, d. 1918	 Powerscourt  Gate Lodge keeper

SMITH, John.  1918-2006.  Farmed at Berryfield.  John served on the
Select Vestry of Powerscourt Church for 60 years, and was churchwarden
many times.

SMITH, Sarah Anne,d.1974. ( Headstone of Alexander Smith, Berryfield).
Jubilee Nurse in Enniskerry. So called because the organisation was
founded in the year of Queen Victoria's Jubilee, to provide medical care
and advice to people in their own homes – a revolutionary notion for the
time. Sarah's maiden name was Mossman

SMITH, Susan, d. 1955.	 Caretaker of the Parochial Hall, Enniskerry.
Her name does not appear on the headstone erected on her grave to Elsie
GORDON.d 1976

SMYTH, Devaynes, JP, Bray Head. 1849-1912. His son, Algernon Beresford
Smyth, Captain 2nd Kings Own Yorkshire Light Infantry was killed in
1914, aged 30. His grandfather was Charles Putland, of Sans Souci, Bray
Head. Charles died in 1874, and is buried in St Pauls Bray.

SMYTH, Louis Bouvier, 1883-1952.  Professor of Geology at T.C.D.
Assistant to the famous Professor Joly.  He succeeded him in 1933.
(Frank Mitchell then became the Assistant).  The problem of the day was
to discover the age of the earth.

SMYTHE, Amelia H. Stewart, d 1924, daughter of John Franklin Mc Mullen
(see above); her husband, James Stewart Smythe an Australian surgeon.
Amelia was a writer, also known as Millie. The headstone is decorated
with bronze cameo portraits of the pair. (These have been recently
stolen)

SMYTHE,Edward and Esther Hamilton, d 1831 and 1938, of Knockbawn,
Enniskerry. Five sons fought in the Great War. Albert Edward Smythe,
Private, 1st Batt Irish Guards was killed at Ypres in 1914, aged 18

SOMERS, Edward (Ned), d. 1981.  Sexton to Powerscourt Church for 20
years (1956-1976). Well-known figure in the village and at the ploughing
matches and horse shows; sought-after anchor man in the Tug-of-War
teams.

STEEDE, Percival Forbes (Percy), d.1957.  He was a schoolmaster at
Powerscourt School for almost 40 years (1907-1942), and organist for
almost 50 years (1907-1952).  The headstone was erected by public
subscription, the residue of £40 being invested for the benefit of the
school in 5½% Bonds.

STEEN, Robert Elsworth, FRCPI. 1902-1981 Physician, Professor, Musician.
The first Irishman to be elected President of the British Paediatric
Association.
Married Elizabeth Margaret Cochrane, daughter  of Sir Ernest Cecil
Cochrane, 2nd Baronet, Woodbrook., and Elsa. ( see Cochrane)

STEPHENS, Edward Millington, 1888-1955. Had a distinguished career in
the legal profession; assistant registrar to the Supreme Court;
registrar to the Court of Criminal Appeal; nephew of John Millington
Synge. He wrote a book  called "My Uncle John" about the life and family
of his famous uncle.

STEPHENS, Edward Brandon. 1919- 2015 . Surgeon at the Meath Hospital

STEWART,Charlotte, d.1905, daughter of Sir Robert Proscott Stewart. (
see D'Arcy)

SUTTON, James and Louise, Bray, parents of Pte James George(Albert)
SUTTON, killed in action Mareth Line 1943, aged 27. Interred in Sfax
cemetery, Tunisia.

SWITZER, John, 1935-2008.  Civil Engineer in Canada and Ireland.  The
family were originally Palantines, refugees from religious persecution
in Germany in the 18th century.  The iconic store was set up in Dublin
about 1780, and became one of the top fashion outlets in Europe,
employing a staff of 250, including "resident French lady models".

SYMMONDS, Eileen.  d. 2002. Organist of St.Andrew's Presbyterian Church,
Bray for a record 60 years from 1932 to 1998.

TINKLER, Teresa, died 1998.  Much loved principal teacher at Powerscourt
National School until 1997.

TOWNSHEND, George. 1876-1957.  A leading exponent of the Baha'i faith in
Ireland. He was an ordained member of the Church of Ireland, Rector of
Anascragh and Archdeacon of Clonfert and Kilmacduagh until 1947, when he
retired – some say resigned. By 1920 he had become convinced of the
truth of the Baha'i  faith. On retirement, aged 70, he relinquished his
orders and devoted his life to writing about this religion. He is
regarded with special reverence in Ireland as the last of those who had
met Shogi Effendi, Abdul Baha,(d. 1921) son of the first great
missionary of Baha'iism, Baha'ullah.(d.1892) The Rev. Townshend's family
were all Baha'is. His daughter Una was especially active and honoured as
the founder of the Baha'i faith in Malta. His wife Anna, and son, Brian
Uniacke Townshend are buried with him.


TUDOR, Admiral Oswald Peploe, 1844-1908.  Latterly Harbour Master at
Kingstown. Lived at Harbour House, and died there.  Was a descendent of
the royal house of Tudor.  He served (from 1870) with HMS Rattlesnake
and (from 1879) HMS Swinger, R.N. ships, which worked the Australian
Station at the time, exploring and "keeping the peace". His youngest
son, Alan Roper Tudor, died in action in 1917 at the age of 16 years

TURNER, Robert.  d. 1873.  Forester at Powerscourt for 40 years.

VALENTINE, William. d. 1967.  Sexton to Kilbride Church for 60 years.
His wife was a fine seamstress and embroiderer

VERNEY, Major General Lloyd, D.S.O.., M.V.O., 1900-1957.  Career
soldier.  Personally invited by "Monty" to command the Desert Rats in
Normandy, 1944.  His family was connected to Florence Nightingale, who
wrote letters to him as a boy.  Emblems on the stone are the Grenadier
Guards (left) and Irish Guards (right)

WALKER, Robin, 1924-1991, noted architect, partner with Michael Scott in
the firm Scott, Tallon & Walker. Graduated UCD in 1948; worked in
Rhodesia and the US; returned to Ireland in 1958. Elected President RIAI
in 1968. Retired in 1982, and took up painting.

WALLIS, Hilda	Olympic tennis player. Played for Ireland in 1924
Olympics

WARDLE, Jo.  d. 1900. Devoted servant of the Earl of Meath at Kilruddery
for 53 years.

WEIR, David Joseph , d.1981      Powerscourt  Estate Head Forester .

WEIR, William Ritchy RFA.  d. 1917. Gunner, 22nd Reserve Battery. He
died of wounds in a Military Hospital in London.  His name appears on
the War Memorial in the church.   Beneath this his bronze medallion is
set in the wall.  These were awarded to the families of all who gave
their lives in WW1, and were known as the Widows' Pennies

WEST , Alfred Edward ,gentleman, of Kilcroney. 1851-1919 Late Lt. The
Wicklow Rifles. Was High Sheriff of Wicklow in 1915. On the day of the
Easter Rising,1916, he was in Dublin, and was caught in the fighting,
unable to make his way home. He took refuge in the Kildare Street Club,
and wrote an account of the events as they occurred . His car was
requisitioned to rescue wounded men. These documents are in the Club
Archive. His wife, Florence was a Canadian from Quebec.

WEST, Cyril Charles, 1878-1953, son of the above Alfred, was a Lt. Col.
in the Black Watch. Fought in the Boer War and in WW1. His wife, Ursula
May Sealy  West (nee Gilman) died in 1974

WEST,(WEST-ERSKINE) the Hon William Alexander ErskineWest-Erskine,MLC,
1839-1892, elder brother of Alfred West , see above. William and Alfred
were sons of the Rev William James West 1809-1859, Rector of Delgany
from 1847 until his death, and also rector of Deralossery, 1840-47, who
married Elmina Erskine.(d.1886)
William took his mother's name when he inherited her property . He
emigrated to Australia in 1861, and took up farming, breeding Hereford
cattle. He is best known as a politician, becoming a Member of the
Legislative Council of South Australia, and Commissioner of Public Works
for a short time. He resigned his seat in 1891, intending to travel to
America and Ireland. He was expected to return to Australia, but died
while in Ireland in 1892. He was 53.

WHELAN, Rev. Ernest. B Mus. d. 1910.  Curate of Powerscourt 1876-1883,
where he lived at Weston.  Rector of Kilbride 1883-1910.  Noted
musician. Wrote and composed hymns and conducted choirs.  Kilbride's
fine Arts & Crafts furnishings were donated by friends and parishioners
in his memory.  Headstone decorated with broken lily for little Jack
(died of gastro enteritis at six months) and a lyre for Rev. Ernest's
musical talents. His wife, Deborah Carnegie. Only child of John D
Carnegie (see above)

WHITE, Mary.  d. 1872.  Housekeeper of Powerscourt House.

WHITTY, Sophia Angel St.John, d. 1924. She worked as a teacher in the
Bray Art Furniture Industry, an enterprise which flourished in the
period before the first War. Some of the beautiful carving in Christ
Church, Bray, was designed and fashioned by her, and the organ case was
dedicated to her memory..  She wrote a book on the flora and fauna of
Co.Wicklow.  She and her mother cycled the length and breadth of the
county for this project.

WILBRAHAM, Lady Marion,d.1916, was the widow of Hugh Wilbraham Esq, Old
Head Co Mayo and Fairy Hill, Bray. She was the daughter of Howe Peter
Browne,2nd Marquess of Sligo. Her nephew, Cyril Browne , who died 1960
at Rosslyn, Bray is also buried here. (see Browne)

WILSON, Maria (see Langrell). Jubilee Nurse in Enniskerry.

WINCHESTER, Robin.  Banker. Set up the first Western Bank in Eastern
Europe, Citibank  in Budapest, in the 1980s

WIX, Sylvia May, daughter of Edmund D'Olier,( see above) died 1988, aged
96. She was a friend of Ina Boyle, the composer ( see above), and an
anthem was dedicated to her by Ina in 1913. Her husband, Randolph
Stonehewer Wix (k.a.Stoney) at one time played Rugby for Oxford 1904-08.
They lived in Crinken Lodge, Shankill