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by Eileen Hewson

Author: Eileen Hewson
Subcategory: Europe
Language: English
Publisher: The Kabristan Archives (August 1, 2006)
Pages: 55 pages
Category: History
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Old Irish Graveyards book.

Old Irish Graveyards book.

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Old Irish Graveyards, County Cavan Part I", Compiled by Eileen Hewson, Kabriston Archives, Wem. St. Patrick's Roman Catholic Church Cemetery, Glangevlin, County Cavan, Ireland. Page 28. Transcription: "In loving memory of Bernard McGrath, Derrynants, Tullynycross, died 10 Oct 1976, aged 79 years.

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Old Irish Graveyards by Eileen Hewson, County Cavan, Kabristan Archives 2006. Part I Annagh; Bailieborough; Ballyjamesduff; Blacklion; Drumaloor; Drumlane; Killeshandra; Kilmore; Milltown; Swanlinbar. 14 graveyards; index of approx 675 memorials) ISBN 978-548979-6-3. Dunne, Butlersbridge, 1999. Ferris, T. The Irish Narrow Gauge : A Pictorial History, Belfast, Northern Ireland : Blackstaff Press, c1993.

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