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Title: Cemeteries near Lime Street
Post by: Justaleafonatree on Monday 19 July 21 22:31 BST (UK)
Hello! Iím wondering if anyone would know where people living at 11 Lime Street would have been buried? My Coyne ancestors lived at that address for many decades. Thank you
Title: Re: Cemeteries near Lime Street
Post by: athacliath62 on Tuesday 20 July 21 10:51 BST (UK)
what religious denomination and timeframe ?

most of the city graveyards were closed during the 19th century and burials usually took place in one of the larger cemeteries on the outskirts of the city, e.g. Glasnevin, Mount Jerome or a little later Deansgrange, or sometimes in a plot outside Dublin if  the family originated outside the city, or county... if not too far away. Burial records for Deansgrange are available free online, Glasnevin records are on a paywebsite, there are also various Headstone transcripts on line, e.g. IGP, FindAGrave etc

You can see a map of the various graveyards & cemeteries in Dublin county and city with details on any records on the Dublin City Library website (https://databases.dublincity.ie/graveyards/) also a map here (https://databases.dublincity.ie/graveyards/browse.php)

Lime street was in St. Mark's civil and church of Ireland parish, the church was on Great Brunswick Street, and has an attached graveyard, the church building and graveyard are still there although not functioning as a church. The graveyard may at times have been shared with other denominations, e.g. RC Presbyterian etc, living in the same parish although these may not have been included in the burial registers.
Title: Re: Cemeteries near Lime Street
Post by: dublin1850 on Tuesday 20 July 21 11:46 BST (UK)
I don't see them in Glasnevin.
Is it just the 20th century they lived in Lime Street?
Title: Re: Cemeteries near Lime Street
Post by: ALAMO2008 on Tuesday 20 July 21 12:44 BST (UK)
They were probably Roman Catholic
Title: Re: Cemeteries near Lime Street
Post by: athacliath62 on Tuesday 20 July 21 13:20 BST (UK)
I think there may have been more than one Lime street in Dublin city, some baptism records on Irish Genealogy show up for a Lime street in St. Mary's which is Dublin North city, and also St. James, which is to the West of the city, most of these are early 1800s or 1700s. The later 1860+ RC and CofI baptisms which mention Lime Street are generally St. Andrew RC or St. Mark CofI - both of which would fit with the Lime Street mentioned earlier, which is off Sir John Rogerson's Quay

edit : found a Coyne reference at that Lime Street address, 1915 Elizabeth Coyne in the Electoral Rolls, no sign of them at the address on the 1911 census so must have moved there between 1911 and 1915

Title: Re: Cemeteries near Lime Street
Post by: Justaleafonatree on Tuesday 20 July 21 17:03 BST (UK)
Thanks to all for your very helpful replies. The link from athacliath62 for the Dublin burials, graveyards and maps of where they are will be very helpful in my research!  :)

I was able to find quite a few buried in Clontarf
CASTLE AVENUE (SAINT JOHN THE BAPTIST)
ADDRESS:   Clontarf, Dublin 3 (adjacent to Clontarf Castle)

I did check Glasnevin without success but will continue checking around.

dublin1850, very late 19th to 20th Centuries for now and they were RC.




Title: Re: Cemeteries near Lime Street
Post by: dublin1850 on Tuesday 20 July 21 21:48 BST (UK)
I think they lived in Seaview Avenue Clontarf for a while which was Elizabeth Archibald's family home.
I think one child was born while they lived in Spring garden passage, North Strand.
The Coyne family may have been from Hollybrook.

The above i based on what I believe is the family in the 1911 and 1901 census.

They are sometimes under Hanover Street.
Title: Re: Cemeteries near Lime Street
Post by: Justaleafonatree on Wednesday 21 July 21 16:54 BST (UK)
Dublin1850, Thank you very much for your info. Yes, that is them. Seaview Avenue :)


I descend from Elizabeth Archbold-Coyneís older sister Margaret Archbold-Gregory. Iím building out our tree by connecting DNA cousins. Iím very thankful for the Irishgenealogy .ie site. Itís so much easier now that the Civil records are available online. Putting the pieces of this family puzzle together. :)
Title: Re: Cemeteries near Lime Street
Post by: eadaoin on Wednesday 21 July 21 17:04 BST (UK)
You could look at this site, particularly KILBARRACK cemetery
https://buried.fingal.ie/search-for-a-burial/

Many Dubliners were buried in Kilbarrack (mainly North city dwellers), also people from Clontarf and surrounding areas.

Edit: Sarah and Patrick Coyne from Clontarf 1950s
Title: Re: Cemeteries near Lime Street
Post by: Justaleafonatree on Wednesday 21 July 21 19:04 BST (UK)
eadaoin, Thank you for the tip! I will be sure to check it out! :)
Title: Re: Cemeteries near Lime Street
Post by: dublin1850 on Thursday 22 July 21 06:02 BST (UK)
Here they are in 1901: http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Dublin/Clontarf_East/Seaview_Avenue/1269802/ (http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1901/Dublin/Clontarf_East/Seaview_Avenue/1269802/)

1911:
http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Dublin/South_Dock/Hanover_Street__East/75858/ (http://www.census.nationalarchives.ie/pages/1911/Dublin/South_Dock/Hanover_Street__East/75858/)
Title: Re: Cemeteries near Lime Street
Post by: Justaleafonatree on Thursday 22 July 21 17:13 BST (UK)
Thanks very much Dublin1850! Iíve not worked on my Archbold branch for at least 8 years. Iím so grateful for the irishgenealogy civil and church records site. Combining those records with the censuses is extremely helpful. Enjoy your day :)