Author Topic: Calvary Cemetery, St Mary's, Drogheda: History and Tombstone Inscriptions  (Read 257 times)

Offline Sgathaich

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I'm hoping to find someone who has access to James Garry's book Calvary Cemetery, St Mary's, Drogheda: History and Tombstone Inscriptions It is not available online nor anywhere near me.

I am tracing John and Mary (Morgan) Finnegan. I have used the County Louth Inscriptions page (http://www.jbhall.freeservers.com/index_to_louth_inscriptions.htm) to track down the cemetery and am hoping there is an inscription for them in the book.

If anyone with access to the book could kindly look up the names. I would anticipate birth date to be in the late 1810s or 1820s and have no idea what the death date would be.

Thank you for any help you can provide.

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Re: Calvary Cemetery, St Mary's, Drogheda: History and Tombstone Inscriptions
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 24 August 17 16:09 BST (UK) »
Hello Sgathaich

First burial in Calvary Cemetery was in 1902.

There is no record of your subjects listed under "Finnegan".  I have also looked up "Finegan" with negative results.  There is no burial listed under the name "Morgan" that could be of interest to you.

Good luck with your search

Seán.

McGee/Magee- Drogheda, Co Louth, Ireland
Kenny, Curran- Termonfeckin, Co Louth, Ireland
Coulter -Co Fermanagh, Ireland
Robinson- Co Tyrone, Ireland

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