Photos This Monument | was erected to the Memory of the | Rev. THOMAS JAMESON | by his affectionate Widow | He departed this Life Suddenly | at his Rectorage of Omullud | in the diocese of Killaloe | on the 4th day of July 1789 | in the 42nd Year of his Age | and the 15th of his Cure to this Parish | Suffice it to say He was truly | A Good Man | For he possesd the inestimable Qualities | of Husband Father & Friend | and most Conscientiously | discharged the duties | of his Sacred Function | He therefore Died | Deservedly Lamented by | all who Knew Him. (Anna Ryan)SACRED TO THE MEMORY | OF ISABELLA HOWARD otherwife Parry | Wife of GORGES EDMOND HOWARD Efqs. | Who living was an example | Of every Social Virtue; | And dying of the placid refignation |Of a truly pios well fpent life | She departed on the 8th day of April 1780 | In the 60th Year of her age. | NOTE: The grandparents of Gorges Edmund HOWARD (1715-1785) were Capt. William JACKSON (abt 1665-1712) of Coleraine & Elizabeth GORGES (d. 1747).Sacred | TO THE MEMORY OF | JOSEPH WRIGHT | OF DUNCAIRN IN THE COUNTY OF ANTRIM | AND RUTLAND SQUARE WEST DUBLIN SOLICITOR | WHO DIED 1ST JUNE 1825 AGED 57 YEARS, | AND OF MARY HIS WIFE | WHO DIED 19TH MARCH AGED 59 YEARS | ?Lord thou wilt ordain peace for us for thou also | Has wrought all our works in us. ISAIAH XXVI CHAP 12 ven.Near this spot lie the Remains of | FRANCIS EDMONSTONE the first born Son | of the REVd CHARLES BARDIN A.M. | Curate of St MARYS PARISH. | He died on the 7th of April 1823 | An Infant ? yet inexpressibly dear | to his Parents. | of Such is the ------ KINGDOM of GOD.WHITESTONE | .... at his ... | Who died on the 8th May | Aged 68 Years | Also of SUSANNA his wife | Who died Nov 21st 1835 | Aged 76 Years | And | In the same grave was laid the remains of | Michael Henry WHITESTONE Esq. | Late of Hardwide St | Who departed this life on the | 16th of Sept 1845 | Aged 57 years | He was a kind and affectionate Husband | And a sincere friend | His bereaved Widow | Catherine Maria WHITESTONE | Inscribes this to his memory | Also the Rev JOHN THOMAS WHITESTONE | Rector of | The Parish of Killeevan Co. Monaghan | Diocese of Clogher | Died April 8th 1858 Aged 52 Years | Also Mrs SUSAN WARRTY [?] | Late of Gt Charles St who departed this life | 9th November 1858 Aged 66 Years.In a Vault underneath this Church | Are deposited the remains of | JAMES BUTLER Marquis of Ormonde | Born 15th July 1777 | And who departed this life | ?? May 1838 And his two sons | RICHARD MOLESWORTH WANDESFORD BUTLER | Born January 30th 1818 | Died February 5th 1838 | And | CHARLES WANDESFORDE BUTLER R.N. | Born February 7th 1820 | Died October 30th 1857. (Anna Ryan)Lord Bishop of WATERFORD | A lady formed by Divine providence | For the Residence of all Christian Virtue | And every amiable Quality | To her Superior Understanding | Improved by a generous Education and much R[?]dling | Were joined a benevolent & Obliging Disposition | And an affable and courteous Deportment | Which with a peculiar livelinefs of Spirit & wit | Rendered her Conversation Entertaining & instructive | And qualified her to Sustain the Different Station of Life | to which She appeared, with high Reputation. | She abounded with the Truest signs of a most affectionate | Tenderness towards her Husband and Children; | Of Kindness to her Relations; of Charity to the poor | And faithfulness to her Friends. | In Return for these Excellencies, | She was loved and esteemed by all that Knew her | Particularly by her Royal Mistress the Princess of | ORANGE & her Friend the Countess of CHESTERFIELD. | Her last Sicknefs, | Which was long and Severe, | She bore with all patience and Fortitude, | Which Reason and religion could give, | And continued intent on her Devotions | Till with her last Breath, on the 30th day of June 1752 | She recommended her Soul into the hands of her Almighty Creator and | most mercifull Redeemer, | To her memory, which will ever be honoured by & dear to him, | This Monument was erected by her most affectionate Husband.Sacred | To the Memory of | The Rev. JOHN BURDETT | Late of, Rutland Square in | This City and for upwards of | Forty Years incumbent of the | United Parishes of Rynagh and | Galleen, in the Diocese, of Meath | As also the Parish of | Ballygarth and in the Ssame Diocese | Died the __? September 1841 | In the 66 Year of his age | Deeply regretted | This tablet is erected as the | Last Tribute To His Many Virtues | And Sterling Worth. (Anna Ryan)Near this place lie the remains of | Sufanna Newcome | Of the ancient family of the D?Oylys | Baronets in Oxfordshire | She married William Lord Bishop of Dromore | And after the fharpest of pains in childbirth | Patiently breathed out her pure and pious soul to God | Dec XXX MDCCLXIX in the XXX year of her age.BLACK | Sacred to the memory of, Rev. JOHN BLACK M.A. | For 24 years curate of this Parish | He entered into Rest | On the 7 May 1883 | In the 54th year of his age | And the 31st of his ministry | Under the above: | For what is our hope or joy or crown of rejoicing | Are not even | ye | in the presence | of Our Lord | Jesus Christ | At His Coming | Erected in loving Remembrance By the | Parishioners and Other Friends. (Photo by Anna Ryan)Old Stones behind St. Mary's Church.