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Offline ocian_c

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Re: leac uaighe
« Reply #9 on: Wednesday 03 June 20 15:41 BST (UK) »
Go raibh maith agat. :)
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Re: leac uaighe
« Reply #10 on: Wednesday 03 June 20 16:06 BST (UK) »
Ta failte romhat.
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Re: leac uaighe
« Reply #11 on: Wednesday 22 July 20 03:47 BST (UK) »
May the most Sacred Heart of Jesus have mercy on the soul of Henry [O'Looney] who died 2nd April 1901.... and Sybil Carey[Ní Chiardha]his wife who died on 26th March 1901....and on the soul of his son Henry junior [O'Looney] M.E., solicitor/lawyer [fear dlí] who died 27th July 1898.
And on the soul of Fr. Dónal [O'Looney] D.D., the oldest son, who died 15th November 1911,
who was a professor in Maynooth College for fifteen years.... and on the soul of Fr Cathal[Charles]
[O'Looney] S.P., who erected this tombstone, and who died 30th October 1935. 


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Re: leac uaighe
« Reply #12 on: Tuesday 25 August 20 20:36 BST (UK) »
Not a reply, but a correction by myself.   I used ' O'Looney ' as an English version/translation for the surname, without studying the top of the memorial !  More common in the north of Ireland as an English version of the old Irish name is ' O'Loan '. (Some Irish names have several versions, when it comes to translating/and historical use).
                                                                     MW.