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RATHFARNHAM PARISH MEMORIALS, RATHFARNHAM, DUBLIN.	NOS. 001 - 079

Photo No.001
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH of Ireland, Main Street, Rathfarnham Village,
Dublin.

Photo No.002
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH of Ireland Church Notice Board - The present
church was built in 1795.

Photo No.003
Inscription on middle section of The Notice of Board of number 002:
The Church of Ireland | (Anglican) | RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH | (1795)
| Sunday Services | 8.00 am  Holy Communion | 10.30 am  Morning
Service | 12 noon  Holy Communion | Evening Services as announced |
Weekday Services | Thursday 10.30 am  Holy Communion
Left side:  Rector | Rev. Canon ADRIENNE GALLIGAN BA HDip Ed BTH |
Curate | Rev. RUTH O'KELLY MTH
Right side:  The Rectory | Rathfarnham Road | Terenure.  Tel:  4905543
(Please note that the Clergy details have changed since my original
photograph of the Notice Board was included in "RATHFARNHAM PARISH GRAVE
YARD" text/photo number 002)

Photo No.004
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin interior view

Photo No.005
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin.  A wonderful brochure entitled "The
Stained Glass Windows" of Rathfarnham Parish Church, written by JOAN
FORSDYKE and graphic design by DAVID HOWE, 2015 has been printed and
available at the Church.
This photograph shows the top part of the interior lay out of the
Church, thebottom half can be viewed in text/photograph number 006

Photo No.006
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin.   Interior view of part of the Parish
Church, please see text/photograph number 005 for the top half

Photo No.007
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin  Communion Table

Photo No.008
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin:  Stained Glass Widow behind Communion
Table:
Referred to as Number 1 in "The Stained Glass Windows" Brochure
"Parable of the Sower" (left side)
"Parable of the Lost Coin" (right side)
Possibly the work of the Royal Bavarian Art Institute, Munich 1890
(It is unusual to find a window behind The Communion Table that does not
depict a scene from the life of Christ.  This is because the Communion
Table (moved in 1884) was originally where the organ is now.)
(Inscription details see number 009)

Photo No.009
Inscription on bottom of Glass Stained Window of number 008:
Top:  "A Sower went forth to sow"  "I have found that which was lost"
Bottom:  In Loving Memory of LETITIA M. EGAN and her six sons. She was
the davghter of The | Honble. WALTER A. YELVERTON of this Parish.
Erected by her husband and davghter.

Photo No.010
In Loving Memory of LETITIA M. EGAN and | her six sons.  She was the
daughter of | The Honble. WALTER A. YELVERTON of this | Parish | The
adjoining window was erected | by her husband and daughter

Photo No.011
SHAW Memorial Cross  located on ledge at bottom of Stained Glass Window
of text/photograph number 008 and behind the Communion Table
(Inscription details see number 012)

Photo No.012
Inscription on number 011:  "To The Glory of God" | and In Loving Memory
of | Colonel Sir FREDERICK WILLIAM SHAW | who died 1927 and his wife |
ELEANOR HESTER de VERE | who worshipped here from 1885 to 1946
(Rathfarnham Parish Church Burial Records record he was buried on the 18
July 1927, age 69)

Photo No.013
"To the Glory of God" | and In Memory of | GEORGE GILLIS. Hon. Sec. | By
The Select Vestry from 1970  1991 | The Communion Rails were extended |
by his family

Photo No.014
"To the Glory of God" | these banners were presented by | PETER GRIFFIN
and family | In Loving Memory of | his beloved wife, and their mother |
LILIAN | 1934  2008

Photo No.015
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin:  Stained Glass Window located on the
right side of The Communion Table:
Referred to as Number 2 in "The Stained Glass Windows" Brochure
"The Good Samaritan".  Possibly the work of Watson & Co., Youghal 1910.
Inscription on bottom of window:  "To the Glory of God" and In Loving
Memory of PHILIP and SARAH REBECCA JONES of Balcom Hall in this Parish.
This window was erected by their son WM. WILWARD

Photo No.016
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin.  View of Pulpit area and to its right
the Church Organ.
Left side of pulpit: Memorial Tablet for MARY Dowr, Viscountess AVONMORE
Right side of pulpit:  Top:  Memorial Tablet for Rev. HENRY Mac-LEAN
Bottom:  Memorial Tablet for BARRY NUGENT YELVERTON
(Inscription details for these see numbers 017, 019 & 021)

Photo No.017
MARY Dowr. VISCOUNTESS AVONMORE Memorial Tablet
Rathfarnham Parish Church Burial Records record Lady Avonmore was buried
on the 5 February 1876
(Inscription details see number 018)

Photo No.018
Inscription on number 017:  Sacred To the Memory | of the most beloved
of parents | MARY Dowr Viscountess AVONMORE | To distinguished Grace &
loveliness of Person She united the still greater | charm, of a highly
gifted & accomplished Mind. The most refined & gentle manners, | The
truest innocence & generosity of Heart. High integrity of Principle. |
Unaffected, practical, humble devote Piety; Worth and Goodness,
affection may with | Truth record An Emanation from that HEAVEN. To
which humbly trusting in the | Merits of Mercy Of a BLESSED REDEEMER.
Her pure Spirit has been translated | Her Ladyship was the eldest
daughter of JOHN READ Esqr of East Cams Hampshire, | and Relict of WM.
CHARLES 2nd Visct. AVONMORE. She departed this life | on Friday 30th May
1834, & her mortal Remains repose in a Family Vault | in the adjoining
Cemetery. | Also Sacred to The Memory of WM. CHARLES 2nd Visct.
AVONMORE, | His Lordship was the eldest son of BARRY YELVERTON 1st
Visct. AVONMORE, by his | wife MARY daughter of WM. NUGENT Esqre of
Clonlostn Co. Westmeath.  He departed this life | in the 52nd year of
his age 28th Novr. 1814, and his Remains were interred in the Church |
of Llanarch Monouthshire. Together with the name of YELVERTON, he may be
| said to have inherited the virtues & talents of his Father; but
preferring private to | a public Life, his sweetness of disposition,
benevolence of heart & great intellectual powers, | were only known &
felt in the more domestic Circles of Society | This Tablet is erected by
MARY YELVERTON, To the Memory of her beloved | parents, a mournful
tribute of   affection for the unfailing tenderness ever bestowed | on
One, whose love & fond regret can cease but with her life

Photo No.019
MacLEAN Memorial Tablet
(Inscription details see number 020)

Photo No.020
Inscription on number 019:  In a Vault adjoining to | THIS HOUSE OF GOD
| lie the mortal remains of | The Rev. HENRY MAC  LEAN | Curate of The
Parish of Rathfarnham | And Magistrate of The Co. Dublin 44 years | His
Parishioners | unite in this testimonial of love and esteem | for their
departed friend | whose kindly manners, strict integrity | and
unostentatious charity | endeared him to the rich  poor | of an
extensive neighbourhood | He died regretted on the 2nd of March 1838 |
aged 68 years

Photo No.021
In Loving Memory of | BARRY NUGENT YELVERTON Fifth Viscount AVONMORE |
Captain 37th Regt. 1st Hampshire | Born 11 Feb. 1859 Died 13 Feb. 1885 |
At Kirbekan, The Soudan, Upper Egypt | when on special service with The
Nile Expeditionary Force | Erected by the Honble. LETITIA YELVERTON his
sorrowing Aunt

Photo No.022
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin:   Pulpit
(Inscription details of Memorial Tablet at base of front see number 023)

Photo No.023
Inscription on number 022:  "To the Glory of God" and In Loving Memory
of | EDWARD BLACKBURNE, and GEORGINA his wife | This Pulpit was erected
by their daughter BEATRICE HARRER | January 1912

Photo No.024
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin  Readers Desk
(Inscription details at base see number 025)

Photo No.025
Inscription on number 024:  "To the Glory of God" and In Loving Memory
of | JOHN and MARGARET LEVINGSTON

Photo No.016
JOHN ACTON | Sexton 1923 - 1960

Photo No.027
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin.  View of Memorial Tablets for MANLEY;
SHAW;| FARRAN & GOWLAN
(Inscription details see numbers 028, 030, 031 & 032)

Photo No.028
SHAW Memorial Tablet
(Inscription details see number 029)

Photo No.029
Inscription on number 028:  Sacred To the Memory of | MARIA Lady SHAW |
wife of Sir ROBERT SHAW Bart | Daughter & Sole Heiress of the Late
ABRAHAM WILKINSON Esqr. | of Bushy Park in this Parish | She was endued
with the wisdom that is from above, which is first Pure, | then
Peaceable, Gentle, easy to be entreated, full of Mercy and good fruits.
| She died on the 28th March 1831 aged 53 | And desired for the
following words be placed on her Tomb | MY HOPE IN CHRIST | Also To the
Memory of those of her children who are laid in the same Vault | and who
died REJOICING in the same HOPE | ABRAHAM 21st Augt. 1815 | LYDIA
CECILIA 1st Novr. 1835 | "They are gone to the grave but we will not
deplore them | Whose God was their Ransom, their Guardian and Guide, |
He gave them, he took them, and he will restore them, | and Death has no
sting, for the SAVIOUR has died.

Photo No.030
In Memory of | ORLANDO MANLEY Esqr | Colonel Commandant in the | Royal
Regiment of Artillery | and Major General in the Army. | He Commanded
the Royal | Artillery in Ireland | during Eight Years: | and died
universaly Regretted, | and Respected | on the 15th day of Decr. 1808 |
aged 66 years

Photo No.031
"To the Glory of God" | and in Proud and Ever Loving Memory of | Major
GEORGE FRANCIS FARRAN | Royal Field Artillery | Killed in Action at the
Battle of The Somme | 18th July 1916, aged 34 years | A true and gallant
soldier. A devoted husband and son | "Until the day break and the
shadows flee away" | Erected by his sorrowing wife and mother

Photo No.032
In Loving Memory of EMMA GERTRUDE | only and beloved daughter of |
THOMAS GOWLAND Esqr, Newtown House, Rathfarnham | who fell asleep in
Jesus 10th April 1892 | A devoted and loving daughter and sister | This
Tablet is erected by her sorrowing | father and brothers | "Until the
day break and the shadows flee away"

Photo No.033
In Loving Memory of | Lt. Col. FREDERICK CHARLETON SHAW O.B.E. | Kings
African Rifles | who lost his life in Germany | on Active Service | 23rd
July 1945

Photo No.034
In | Memory of | Sir ROBERT SHAW Bart DL | Colonel of Royal Dublin
Militia | Sat in the Irish Parliament | for Borough of New Ross |
Represented Dublin in Imperial Parliament | from 1804  1826 | Born 29
Jan. 1774 Died 1849 | Also of his eldest son | Sir ROBERT SHAW Bart DL |
Born 28 Sept. 1796 Died 1869 | Also of his second son | The Right Hon.
Sir FREDERICK SHAW Bart | Recorder of Dublin | Member of Parliament for
City | Afterwards for University of Dublin | from 1830  1848 | Born 11
Dec. 1799 Died 1876 | Also To the Memory of | Colonel Sir ROBERT SHAW
Bart DL | son of the Right Hon. Sir FREDK SHAW Bart | Born 3 August 1821
Died 16 May 1895 | Also of his son | Col. Sir FREDERICK SHAW Bart D.SO.
DL | Royal Dublin Fusiliers | Born 15 March 1858, Died 15 July 1927

Photo No.035
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin.  View of Church Organ and on its left
side:
Number three Stained Glass Window
Memorial Tablet for SINCLAIR EGAN
(Inscription details for these see numbers 036 & 037)

Photo No.036
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin:  Stained Glass Window
Referred to as Number 3 in "The Stained Glass Windows" Brochure
 "The Labourers in the Vineyard
Royal Bavarian Art Institute (signed by Franz Xavier Zettler), Munich
1891

Photo No.037
This Window is erected To the Glory of God | and In Loving Memory of a
dear father and brother | Dr. JAMES SINCLAIR EGAN M.B. T.C.D. | who died
1891 and of his son | BENTINCK EGAN | of New Orleans, Died 1882 in that
City

Photo No.038
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin:  Stained Glass Window located on the
right side of the Church Organ
Referred to as Number 4 in "The Stained Glass Windows" Brochure
"The Spirit of Truth" John 15:26.  JOHN FORSDYKE, Dublin 2011 | Donated
by DODI WALSH In Memory of her husband BRIAN WALSH

Photo No.039
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin:  View showing some of the Memorial
Tablets situated on the right side of Stained Glass Window number 4
(Inscription details see numbers 040 to 046)

Photo No.040
The Holy Spirit | "I will send to you from the Father, | the Spirit of
truth" John 156 26 | In thanksgiving JOAN FORSDYKE | 20th November 2011

Photo No.041
In Loving Memory of | BRIAN WALSH | A loyal member of the Choir of |
Rathfarnham Parish Church | 1959  2009 | "Let Saints sing aloud | Let
them sing thy joy" Psalm 149.5

Photo No.042
The light over the organ | was donated In Loving Memory of | TONY
SAINSBURY | 1929 - 2007

Photo No.043
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin  Church Organ Plaque
(Inscription details see numbers 044 & 045)

Photo No.044
Inscription top section of number 043:
Top:  Presented to RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH | by JOHN D. TOTTENHAM
Esq., J.P. | Ashfield  June 1885
Middle:  Rebuilt in 1961 | through the generosity of a Parishioner |
CHARLES McCARTHY Esq.
Bottom:  Restored & Refurbished in 1998 | through the generosity of many
parishioners
Also in Memory of | ALBERT ERIC ARDILL 1933  1998 | MOLLIE 1906  1979
and CYRIL BAKER 1911  1977 | WALTER BURROWS (Curate Rathfarnham 1933 
37) | Died 1990 | and EDNA BURROWS D. 1996

Photo No.045
Inscription on rest of bottom section of number 043:  FREDERICK WILLIAM
FRANK CLARKE 1901  1965 | and KATHLEEN MARGARET CLARKE 1901  1994 |
JOHN 1871  1956 and MARY CURTIS 1882  1970 | EVELYN HEATHER 1907 
1993 | DUDLEY FRANK KNOWLES 1929  1996 | BEAUFORT and DAISY LOANE |
EILEEN McNEICE 1895  1996 | ELLEN MAHER | JACK MANN 1901  1993 | HARRY
NUZUM | WINIFRED M. PARKES 1904  1993 | WILLIAM A. (BILL) TECTOR 1929 
1996 | MINNIE WALSH | MARY WELLS | JOHN LESLIE WORRALL

Photo No.046
In Celebration of the life of DICK GODSIL | 1917  2003 | These choir
lights were presented by his wife and family January 2004

Photo No.047
In Loving Memory of | RINTOUL ARCHER MILWARD JONES | Lieutenant 1st
Royal Irish Dragoon Guards | Only son of | WILLIAM and MARGARET MILWARD
JONES | of Rosebank, in this Parish | who died at Mwree, India | on the
5th October 1897, aged 31 years | "Peace Perfect Peace" | This Tablet is
placed here by his sorrowing parents and sisters

Photo No.048
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin.   View of Memorial Tablets for STOKER
| LOVEROCK & WILKINSON
(Inscription details see numbers 049, 051 & 052)

Photo No.049
STOKER Memorial Tablet
(Inscription details see number 050)

Photo No.050 	038
Inscription on number 049:  This Tablet is | Erected In Memory of |
ABRAHAM STOKER Esq. | For 50 years in the | Irish Civil Service | Dublin
Castle | He died at La Cava in Italy | Oct. 12  1876, in the 78th year
of his age | Beloved and respected by | all who knew him for his | many
and great virtues

Photo No.051
In Loving Memory of | LOUISA MARY LOVEROCK | Died 29th August 1910 aged
52 years | This Tablet is erected by her step-children | ISABEL MOFFITT,
ERNEST and JOHN LOVEROCK | Also her God Child | LOUISA EILEEN LOVEROCK |
"Her children rise up and call her blessed"

Photo No.052
In Memory of | THOMAS WELDON WILKINSON | Died 13th March1924 | And his
wife | CATHERINE McINTYRE | Died 21st September 1950

Photo No.053
"To the Glory of God" | In Ever Loving Memory of | a much loved husband
and father | WILLIAM RICHARD (BILL) TECTOR | 1929  1996 | The outer
transept door has been donated | by his wife AUDREY and children |
BRIAN, JACKIE HEATLEY and SALLY | I was glad when they said to me, |
"Let us go to the house of the Lord" Psalm 122 v.1.

Photo No.054
"To the Glory of God" | The Church was floodlit in August 1999 | In
Memory of | The SHAW Family | of "Ardandra", Dublin 6.

Photo No.055
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH:  Stained Glass Window
Referred to as Number 11 in "The Stained Glass Windows" Brochure
"Raising of Lazarus" | Possibly the work of Watson & Co. Youghal 1903
Inscription:  "To the glory of God" and the Loving Memory of PHILIP GG.
HOMAN died 17 April 1902 and of his 4 sisters. Also of their Grandfather
Rev. PHILIP HOMAN at one time Rector of this Parish. Erected by their
sister Mrs. BEARNE 1903.
Rev. PHILIP HOMAN laid the foundation stone of this Church in 1866.
(The Grave for the HOMAN Family can be seen in Rathfarnham Parish Grave
Yard text/photograph numbers 037 to 042)

Photo No.056
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH:  Stained Glass Window
Referred to as Number 10 in "The Stained Glass Windows" Brochure "ST.
CECILLA" | Irish Stained Glass, Dublin 1986
Inscription top right corner of left window:  ELIZABETH NIGHTINGALE wife
of RICHARD Died June 1861
Inscription top left corner of right window:  In Memory of Dr. RICHARD
NIGHTINGALE, Erected by his wife and children

Photo No.057
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH:  Stained Glass Window
Referred to as Number 9 in "The Stained Glass Windows" Brochure
"Christ as Good Shepherd" | An Tur Gloine, Dublin, Artist HUBERT
McGOLDRICK 1928
Inscription:  In Loving Memory of the Reverend JAMES SANDYS BIRD M.A.,
Faithful and devoted Rector of this Parish 1884  1917

Photo No.058
JONES Memorial Tablets
(Inscription details see numbers 059 & 060)

Photo No.059
Inscription on top Tablet of number 058:  In | Memory of | PHILIP JONES
M.R.I.A. | of Nvtgrove in this Parish | who died | September XIXth
MDCCCLXI | in the LVIIth year of his age | Some Pvpils of Nvtgrove
School | have erected this Tablet | to record | their respect for their
Preceptor | and | their love for their friend

Photo No.060
Inscription on bottom Tablet of number 058:  In Loving Memory of | ANNIE
C. JONES, Widow of the above | who fell asleep on Good Friday, April
13th 1900, aged 73| Quis sepnnabit

 Photo No.06
JONES Memorial Tablet
(Inscription details see number 052)

Photo No.062
Inscription on number 061:  Filial Piety | has erected this Tribute | of
affection | by beloved parents | THOMAS and ANNE JONES | by whom |
Nutgrove Academy | was established | and under whose fostering care | it
attained celebrity | Besides his arduous professional duties | Mr JONES
originally proposed | and strenuously proposed | and strenuously
advocated | several plans of enlightened policy | which he lived to see
adopted | for the melioration of society | and the welfare of his
country.

Photo No.063
In Memory of | Trumpeter VERNON A. SWAINE | 14th King's Hussars | of
this Parish who died on | service at Maritzberg, S.A. | on March 16th
1900 | Erected by his Comrades

Photo No.064
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH:  Stained Glass Window
Referred to as Number 8 in "The Stained Glass Windows" Brochure
"St Lukes" | Irish Stained Glass, Dublin 1971
Inscription:  RICHARD WILLIAM SHAW MDFFA 1897  1971. Presented by his
brother and sister

Photo No.065
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH:  Stained Glass Window
Referred to as Number 7 in "The Stained Glass Windows" Brochure
"Psalm 23 v2-3" | JOAN FORSDYKE, Dublin 2000.
Plaque:  He lays me down on green pastures. He leads me beside still
waters, He restores my soul.  In thanksgiving.

Photo No.066
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin.  GREAT WAR Memorial
 "Faithful unto Death" | In Proud and Loving Memory of | the men of this
 Parish who gave | their lives in the service of | their Country in the
 Great War | 1914  1918 | COONEY, EDMUND LUKE
FALKINER, FREDERICK EWEN
FALKINER, GEO. STRIDE
FARRAN, GEO. FRANCIS
GIBSON, GEO. JAMES
GRIFFIN, JAS. J. WAHOB
HALL, ELLIS
HORNE, CYRIL
KELLY, JAMES
MANSFIELD, HAROLD B.
MARCHANT, CHAS. STEWART
MONSON, WM. HERBERT
POLLOCK, HUCO
RODGERS, RICHARD
RODGERS, GEORGE
RUSSELL, THOS. WALLACE
SHELTON, EDWD. WELLINGTON
SWIFT, JOHN
VANSTON, HENRY WM. MORTIMER
TRENCH, REGINALD CHENEVIX
(The Hall of the Church was erected in the year 1922 in honour of the
men from the Parish of Rathfarnham who served in the Great War 1914 
1918)

Photo No.067
RATHFARNHAM PARISH | Roll of Honour
(Inscription details see numbers 068 & 069)

Photo No.068
Inscription on 1st & 2nd Columns of number 067:   (RATHFARNHAM PARISH
Roll of Honour)
BECKETT, OSBORNE			FITZGERALD, ROBERT VICTOR L.
BECKETT, GRENVILLE			FITZPATRICK, GEO. KIND
BECKETT, ALFRED				FORSYTH, VICTOR THOMAS
BIRD, PERCIVAL J.			FREE, JOHN
BETHEL, ALBERT WM.			GAGE, WM. C.
BOURKE, ALFRED EDWARD			GELSTON, JOHN EPWORTH H.
COONEY, WM. PATRICK			GIBSON, INNIS EDWARD
COONEY, GEORGE ALEX			GIBSON, GEORGE JAMES
COONEY, EDMUND LUKE			GRIFFIN, JAS. J. WAHOB
CURTIS, ALFRED				HARPUR, THOS. H. ST. GEO.
COMERFORD, CHAS. HOY			HALL, THOMAS
DALTON, SYDNEY D.			HALL, HENRY
DAVIDSON, ROBERT ISAAC			HALL, JOHN
FERGUSON, THOMAS			HALL, ELLIS
FERGUSON, WALTER			HALL, REGINAL GEO.
FARRAN, GEORGE				HORNE, CYRIL
FERGUSON, AUGUSTUS K.			HAINE, CHARLES
FERGUSON, CARL E. A.			HAINE, FRANK
FERGUSON, JOHN E.			HOULE, A.
FALKINER, GEO. STRIDE			KELSO, WALTER DUNCAN
FALKINER, FRED EWEN			KELLY, JAMES
BLACKHAM, ARTHUR KIRWAN			JOHNSTON, FREDERICK WM.
CURTIS, ROBERT DERVELL			MONYPENNY, ROBERT
GLASBY, ROBERT ERNEST		NEILL, THOS. ARTHUR
HALL, SIDNEY				PARKER, GEORGE ALEX. SETON

Photo No.069
Inscription on 3rd & 4th column of number ...: (RATHFARNHAM PARISH Roll
of Honour)
KYLE, K.A.				PLUMMER, JOHN
KYLE, J. A.				PURCELL, MAXWELL
KNOWLES, SYDNEY				PERDUE, J. G.
LOVEROCK, JOHN				READE, HY KELLY
LOVEROCK, ERNEST M.			READE, THOS. FREDK HY
LOVEROCK, ROBERT G.			RUSSELL, THOS. WALLACE
LYNDON, CHAS. CECIL			ROYCE, HY WM SMITH
MANSFIELD, GEORGE H.			RODGERS, DAVID H.
MANSFIELD, ALFRED W.			RODGERS, RICHARD
MANSFIELD, HAROLD B.			RODGERS, GEORGE
MORTON, HERBERT WM.			SHAW Sir FREDK. Bart
MATHEWS, CHAS.				SHAW, ROBERT de VERE
MARCHANT, FREDK. STANLEY		SHAW, FREDK. CARLETON
MARCHANT, CHAS. STEWART			SWIFT, HAROLD
MONSON, WM. HERBERT			SWIFT, JOHN
MONEYPENNY, JOHN R.			TAYLOR, OSMOND
MONEYPENNY, HENRY F.			TAYLOR, F. MORTIMER
O'KEEFE, A. J.				VANSTON, HY
PHILLIPS, STEARNE L.			WITZ, LOUIS T. PURSER
POLLOCK, HUGO				WORTHINGTON, ALEX CECIL
De RINZY, NEVILLE LINDSAY		SWAN, WM. B.
SHELTON, EDWARD WELLINGTON		TRENCH, ARTHUR CHENEVIX
SHELTON, AUGUSTUS DURBIN		TRENCH, REGINALD CHENEVIX
SHELTON, GRANTLEY DEANE			TRENCH, SAMUEL CHARLES

Photo No.070
"To the Glory of God" | and In Loving Memory of | KATHLEEN MARGARET
(KITTY) CLARKE | 21st April 1901  10th May 1994 | And her husband |
FREDERICK WILLIAM FRANKLIN CLARKE | 23rd September 1901  28th November
1965 | The Door of this Church | has been given by their children |
MAEVE, GORDON and BARBARA

Photo No.071
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin:  Stained Glass Window
Referred to as Number 5 in "The Stained Glass Windows" Brochure
"Calling of St. Peter and St. Andrew" | Possibly the work of Early & Co.
Dublin 1920
Inscription:  "To the Glory of God" and In Memory of MARY LOUISA EGAN
died Decr. 26 1920.  Dearly loved daughter of LETITIA & JAMES SINCLAIR
EGAN.  Erected by her niece CECILIA M. EGAN.

Photo No.072
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin.  STOLES Wardrobe
(Inscription details see number 073)

Photo No.073
Inscription on Tablet on number 072:  STOLES | Presented to |
Rathfarnham Parish Church | In Memory of AUBREY and NETTA TURPIN | 1977

Photo No.074
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin:  Stained Glass Window
Referred to as Number 6 in "The Stained Glass Windows" Brochure
"I am the Resurrection and the Life" | JOAN FORSDYKE, Dublin 2000
Donated by SHEILA O'CONNOR In Memory of her husband DENIS.
Plaque:  DENIS O'CONNOR (1949  2000)

Photo No.075
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, DUBLIN.  Framed picture of photographs and
snapshots of Rathfarnham Church.

Photo No.076
RATHFARNHAM PARISH CHURCH, Dublin:  Stained Glass Window
Referred to as No 2 in "The Stained Glass Windows" Brochure
"The Good Samaritan".  Possibly the work of Watson & Co., Youghal 1910
"To the Glory of God and in loving memory of PHILIP and SARAH REBECCA
JONES of "Balcom Hall" in this parish.  The window is erected by their
son WM. WILWARD.

Photo No.077
"To the Glory of God" | and | In Memory of HARRY ROBERTS | 1924  2007 |
A new sound system was installed | Dedicated 8th June 2008

Photo No.078
Framed photograph of Rev. PHILLIP HOMAN
Rector 1770  1789
Laid Foundation Stone of Church 1784
(Please find recorded in Rathfarnham Parish Grave Yard details of the
burial place for Rev. Homan.  These can be seen in text/photograph
numbers 037 to 042 and number 038 refers to him)

Photo No.079 
Framed photograph of Rev. JAMES SANDYS BIRD
Rector 1884  1917