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1894, Vol. II (3)
Croaghane Church, near Cratloe.
“My flesh shall slumber in the ground
Arms—A lion rampant; crest, a bird; then follows:—
“Here lies the body of Mr. JAMES MAGHLIN, of Brickhill, who | departed this life the 26th of March, 1751, | aged 52 years. He was a loving husband, | a tender parent and a sincere friend. | Also the body of his son, Mr. ROBERT | MAGHLIN, who departed this life | the 28th Sept., 1785, aged 66 years.
“God will my naked soul receive
Arms—Semeè de fleurs de lys (or
ermine), 2 bars gules.
“Here lies the body of JANE NUGENT, | dau. of CAPT. JOHN MAGHLIN, | of Feakill, and wife to CAPT. JOHN | NUGENT, of the 28th Regt., | who was of the house of Clonlostiny* (sic), Co. of Westmeath. She was a loving wife, a fond Mother, | sincere friend. She departed this life 10th 1770, aged 79 years. | Also the body of CAPT. JOHN NUGENT, | who departed this life 1787, aged 66 years.”
* Clonlost in the Co. of Westmeath (?).—EDS.
Vault of Blood, of Brickhill:—
“In memory of ROBERT MAGHLIN, died 1738. | His wife HENRIETTA HICKMAN | NEPTUNE BLOOD, died 1800. | His wife ELIZABETH MAGHLIN, died 1805. | Their grandson, NEPT. BLOOD, died 1822. | His wife, | BRIDGET BLOOD, died 1846. | Her sister FRANCES BLOOD, died 1827. | Their Mother FRANCES BLOOD, died 1834. | Their Father EDWARD BLOOD, died 1842. | His son, | THOMAS died 1864. | His brother DAVID ROCHE BLOOD, died 1866.”
1897, Vol. III (3)
MAGHLIN— 1751. JAMES, of Brickhill. Arms—A
lion rampant. Crest—A martlet.
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