Headstones: St Brigids, Stillorgan, Plaques
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Photo No.001
St Brigids Church, Stillorgan:   Interior of Church, taken from the balcony.

Photo No.002
St Brigids Church, Stillorgan:  Stained Glass Window as shown in number 001.

Photo No.003
St Brigids Church, Stillorgan:  Another interior view of the Church.

Photo No.004
St Brigids Church, Stillorgan:  Stained Glass Window as shown in number 003.

Photo No.005
In Memory | of | CHARLES JAMES TAYLOR | who fell asleep February 8th 1867 |
aged 53 years | Erected by | his deeply mourning widow | "What I do thou
knowest not now | but thou shall know hereafter"

Photo No.006
In Loving Memory of | HENRY LEES DARLEY | of Ferney Stillorgan | who died at
Sydney New South Wales | 4th November 1893 | aged 20 | "Blessed are the pure
in heart for they shall see God"

Photo No.007
MAUNSELL Memorial Tablet

Photo No.008
Inscription on number 007:  In Loving Memory of | HENRY MAUNSELL M.D. | Fellow
& Professor | of The Royal College | of Surgeons in Ireland | For 23 years a
resident | in this Parish. | He died at Greystones Co Wicklow | on the 27th
September 1879 | in the 74th year of his age | And of CAROLINE his wife | who
died at Sandown | in The Isle of Wight | on the 2nd March 1888 | in the 72nd
year of her age | "I will arise and go to my Father"

Photo No.009
In Memory of | Brevet Lieut. Colonel EUSTACE GUINNESS | Commanding 84th
Battery Royal field Artillery | Killed in Action at Bakenlaagte South Africa |
30th October 1901, aged 41 years.

Photo No.010
GRADY Memorial Tablet

Photo No.011
Inscription on number 010:  Sacred To The Memory of | Mrs DEANE GRADY of
Stillorgan Castle | who died the 13th December 1858 | at her house Merrion
Square | This Tablet is erected | by her surviving and sorrowing children |
MASSEREENE | and | CECILIA Lady ROCHE | Her end was Peace

Photo No.012
To the Memory of | General HARRY HAMMOND LYSTER V.C. C.B. | 3rd Ghurkas | died
February 1st 1922 | in his 92nd year.

Photo No.013
Left side:  In Loving Memory | of | LETITIA HARRIET | eldest daughter of WM
HENRY | and ELIZABETH CRAWFORD | of Stillorgan, Co. Dublin | and wife of |
Captain V. HILL R.F.A. | aged 34 years
Right side:  Also | her brother | SYDNEY GEORGE CRAWFORD | Lieut. F.D.F. |
aged 21 years | He was buried at | Kirkbean, Kirkcudbright | Scotland | 22nd
November. Both drowned on the R.M.S. Leinster when | torpedoed in the Irish
Sea, 10th October 1918.
"Faithful unto death" | "Duty well done"

Photo No.014
St Brigids Parish Memorials: Photograph shows Memorial Tablets number 015 up
to 026.

Photo No.015
In Memory of | ANTHONY LYSTER | of Stillorgan Cottage | who died Jan. 5th 1880
| aged 88 years | "Be ye therefore ready also: | For the Son of Man cometh |
at an hour when you think not" | Luke 12. 40. | And | MARCIA DEBORAH his wife
| who died January 17. 1893 | aged 86 years & 11 months | "Even so come Lord
Jesus" Rev. 22. 20 | "Just as I am without one plea | but that thy blood was
shed for me, | and that thou bidds't me come to thee, | O Lamb of God I come"

Photo No.016
GRANT Memorial Tablet

Photo No.017
Inscription top Tablet of number 016:  This Tablet is erected | To the Memory
of the | Revd. JOHN GRANT A.B. | Late Pastor of this Parish | who departed
this life at Santerenzo | Gulf of Spezia Italy on the 6th day of April 1858 |
aged 53 years | "In that peace of mind | which passeth all understanding | he
experienced in his last moments | the POWER, TRUTH and COMFORT, of the
Doctrines he had taught so fervently | Faithful to his charge | his latest
thoughts were FOR HIS CONGREGATION | praying that every member thereof | might
be filled with the KNOWLEDGE, | and LOVE of GOD, | and with IMPLICIT FAITH in
the ALL SUFFICIENT | merits of his son Jesus Christ. | His remains lie in the
Protestant Cemetery at Leghorn
Base: "Thanks be to God which giveth us the victory | through are Lord Jesus
Christ" | 1 Cor. 15. 57.

Photo No.018
Inscription bottom Tablet of number 016:  (GRANT) | And to | his eldest son
HARRY aged 17 | 4th Officer of the "London" which foundered | Janry. 11th 1866
| During the storm he exerted himself to the utmost | and met a Sailors grave
in the intreprid discharge | of his duty | "The sea is his and he made it" |
"I believe in the resurrection of the | body"

Photo No.019
SARTORIS Memorial Tablets

Photo No.020
Inscription on number 019:  In Memory of | JULIUS ALEXANDER SARTORIS | Captain
in the 16th Lancers | died 3rd of August 1863 | aged 32 years | "Come unto me,
all ye | that labour and are heavy laden, | and I will give you rest" |
Matthew 8 Chap. 28 verse | Also | GEORGINA ALICIA SARTORIS | widow of above |
who died Jan. 3rd 1919 | in her 92nd year | "God be merciful to me a sinner" |
St. Luke XVIII. 13.

Photo No.021
In Memory of | CONSTANCE EMILY VIVIAN | wife of the Honbl. CLAUD HAMILTON
Born July 20 1857 died Oct 20. 1905 | "Blessed are the pure in heart for they
shall see God" | St. Matt. V. 8.

Photo No.022
Also of | CHARLES SCOVELL GRANT M.D. T.C.D. | who died in the discharge of his
duty | at Lagos West Africa | July 18 1887 | "Faithful until death"

Photo No.023
Sacred | To the Memory of | JOHN LIONEL LYSTER | youngest son of | ANTHONY &
DEBORAH LYSTER | Born June 4 1838 | died Dec. 12 1908 | "Enter not into
judgement | with thy servant O Lord, | for in thy sight shall | no man living
be justified" | Psalm CXLIII 2.

Photo No.024
This Tablet is placed | by her sorrowing mother & sister To the Memory of |
JENKINSON Bart of Eastwood Park Gloucestershire | who died Feb. 23 1892 aged
63 years. | "I have fought a good fight, I have finished my course, | I have
kept the faith" 11 Tim. IV. 7.

Photo No.025
Sacred | To the Memory of | WILLIAM GEORGE LYSTER | second son of | ANTHONY
and DEBORAH LYSTER | Born May 27th 1834, died Feb. 23rd 1912 | "Jesus said, I
am the resurrection and the life. He that believeth in Me, though he were
dead, yet shall he live" St. John XI. 25

Photo No.026
In Memory of | Rev. Canon HENRY C. CAVE, M.A. | Rector of Stillorgan Parish,
from 18th November 1943 | till his death 10th February 1947 | This Tablet has
been erected by the Members of the Congregation as a grateful | tribute to his
faithful and devoted Ministry | "Lord I have loved the habitation of Thy House
and the place where thine honour dwelleth"

Photo No.027

Photo No.028
Inscription on number 027:  Sacred To the Memory | of | LOUISE Lady MUSKERRY |
wife of | MATTHEW FITZMAURICE | Lord MUSKERRY | who departed this life | on
the 25th day of September | in the year of Our Lord 1846 | in the fortieth
year of her age | This Monument has been erected | by | her bereaved husband |
By humble charity in life | endeared to all within her sphere | as daughter,
mother and as wife | her walk was exemplary here. | And do we mourn that she
has gone | who long upon her SAVIOUR leant | He called her gently to his
throne | she crying "I am Happy" went | "As for me I will behold | thy face in
righteousness | I shall be satisfied when I awake with thy likeness | Psalm
17. V. 15.

Photo No.029
In | Loving Memory of | JOSEPH WILSON D.L. | of this Parish | for many years a
constant worshipper in this Church | who died on the 27th July 1898 aged 80
years | "A man greatly beloved" | Daniel Chap X. V. XI. | Erected by his sons.

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