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1897, Vol. III (3).
Plate at Edenvale
“This tomb was erected by JOSEPH LUCAS Anno Dni | 1763 for his father TIMTHY | LUCAS decd 8 Decembr | 1759, for himself and his family . . hn Flin fecit.”
Killone Convent :—
“This Alter was | Built by ANTHONY | ROCH Merchant | from Ennis | 1731.”
This is the famous holy well of St. John, to which so many pilgrimages were made, and where so large “a pattern” was held; it is alluded to by Crofton Croker, in his “Fairy Legends,” p. 209 (1862 edition).
Domestic buildings of Convent.—A mural tomb, with Tuscan pillars. Arms—Argent a fess gules between 3 annulets. Crest—A hand and arm vambraced
“This tomb was erected by JOSEPH LUCAS Anno Dni | 1763 for his Father TIMTHY | LUCASS decd. 8 Decembr | 1759 for himself and his family.”—John Flin Fecit.
In Crypt.—Arms—A hand and arm vambraced
and embowed, holding a cross crosslet:—
Another slab in same crypt:—
“Sacred to the Memory of | BRIDGET the beloved wife | of | Col : CHARLES MACDONNELL | M.P. of Newhall | and daughter of | JOHN BAYLY Esqre. of Debsborough | Co. Tipperary | she departed this life the 23rd | of March 1800 | aged 38.
1900, Vol. IV (2), part 2
Killone Convent Chancel.
2. “CORNELIUS McINERHENY d: July 1st 1803 aged 48 Erected by his wife CATHERINE alias CLAREY.”
3. “PATRICK CUSACK d: June 18th 1780 aged 41 Erected by his wife BRIDGET O’KEEFE.”
4. “DENNIS O’KEEFFE d: Sep 2nd 1797 aged 62. Erected by his son PATRICK.”
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