Grainne, Kilkenny – analysis :-)

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7 Responses to Grainne, Kilkenny – analysis :-)

  1. Siobhan says:

    hello ,

    My Grandmother Maureen Phelan (breen) was buried in Grain 2009. Maureen was wife to Patrick Phelan and they had 11 children , billy, bridget, Tom, catherine, ann, bernie, mary, Joan and eileen and Pat & Milo.
    Joan is my mother.
    Can i help with anything else?
    Siobhan

  2. Bill Maddigan says:

    I get the impression that you may have photos of headstones from a graveyard in Mullinavat or the Clonassey area of county Kilkenny. If this is the case, is it possible to view any with the associated name, Maddigan?

  3. Niamh says:

    Hi,
    I just happened upon your site when looking for something else. i was strangely surprise with its content but interested in it all the same.
    I have a bee in my bonnet though and that is the spelling of the area you refer to in this blog entry. You spell it Grainne but its actually Graine. I noticed a similar misspelling in your genealogy sites as well.That church and area is very close to my heart, so i feel slightly protective!!!!!

    It is great that you have found something that you love doing and have continued in your pursuit of it even though you say some people have called you “Mad”. We could all learn alot from your perseverance.

    Thank you for your time.

  4. William Mitchell says:

    Someday I’d love to read all the stones in Ladytown cemetery near Naas.

  5. Jenny says:

    Hi Jane
    What an interesting site. I note you photographed all the graves above’ Grainne, Kilkenny’
    I have Minchin’s and Ryall’s and Tuit/Tute’s in that area wonder if you found any of these names.
    Any help greatly appreciated
    Regards Jenny
    Looking for James Augustus Minchin born circa 1797 give or take a few year

  6. Gabriel Duggan says:

    my uncle is buried in graine he is Patrick Buckley, and he was a former sacristan in the parish, many thanks for your fine contributions to graine, Gabriel

  7. Mary Mulligan says:

    Hi Grainne,
    I was very interested in your work on the gravestones. I was wondering if you have transcriptions for all listed. I notice that New Jersey USA is listed. I was wondering by any chance would that inscription be for a Margaret (Peggy) Connolly nee Daly who died in New Jersey possibly in 1932? Any information would be greatly appreciated.
    Mary

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