BALLIGAN CHURCH, PARISH OF INISHARGY MEMORIALS

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BALLIGAN CHURCH, PARISH OF INISHARGY MEMORIALS
[From the Archdeacon of Dromore.]
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'Stone in gable':-
B. T.
A. D. 1704
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'Monument':-
Sacred to the Memory | of ALEXANDER ALLEN Esq. | Late
of Donover in this Parish | Who died September 8th
1821 | Aged 58 years | And who lies interred in the
Burying Ground | of | Ballyhalbert | He was a man of
sound Judgement | and | Strict Integrity | The benevolence
of his heart endeared Him | to his most intimate
friends | And | made him eminently useful in Society |
The Suavity and Urbanity of his manners | Conciliated
the respect | and | Esteem, of all who knew him | This
tribute of filial affection was erected | By an | Adopted
Daughter.
[Arms]
Vita et Morte Triumphans

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To the Memory | of WILLIAM MAITLAND HEARLE | Lieut.
R.N. and | Chief officer of Coast Guard at | Ballyhalbert |
who died the 25th of June 1841 aged 41 years |
This stone is erected by his affectionate widow
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Sacred | to | WALTER BARNES GORDON | Paymaster R.N.
died at Roddens May | 31st 1854 Aged 85 years | Also
JAMES HILL ASHTON Master R N. | And his third son
WALTER ASHTON | Lost at sea January 1870 Aged 28
years | FRANCIS WALTER ASHTON Aged six months Died
at Bangor Octy. 1874 | This Tribute of affection is
erected by | FRANCES ELEANOR ASHTON Sister Widow
Mother and Grandmother of the | Above
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Erected | By | CATHERINE | McQUILLAN | of Donover In
Memory | of her Mother SARAH | McUILLAN alias GRANT |
who died 24th Feb | 1821 Aged 46 years.


SOURCE:
Journal of the Association for the Preservation of the Memorials of the
Dead in Ireland.  Vol vii, FHL# 1279254