Killabban Gravestone Transcriptions, Co. Laois

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Blame not the monumental stone we raise Tis to the Saviour’s not the creature’s praise Sin was the whole that they could call their own Their goodness all derived from him alone To sin their conflicts, pains and griefs they owed Their conquering faith and patience he bestowed Reader may’st thou obtain like previous faith To smile in anguish and rejoice in death. This Tribute is erected by their Affectionate Father.

In affectionate remembrance of George Edge Lieut. in 11th Regt. Eldest and dearly loved Son of William and Maria Edge of TOLERTON Who died at Queenstown on the 8th Feb. 1864, aged 25 yrs. Tho’ thou hast called me to resign What most I prized it ne’er was mine I have but yielded what was thine Thy will be done. This Tablet is erected by his fond Father and Mother.

Memorial window (East) – Gethsemane They will be done. In Memory of Ann wife of Saml. R. CARTER, C.E., Died Feb. 17th, 1892. This Window is erected by her affectionate Husband and Loving Children.

In Memory of William Carter of Monawee in this Co., Esquire, who died May 18th, 1866 aged 58 years. He was eldest son of late Staff Surgeon Henry Colles CARTER, M.D., M.A., and Charlotte, daughter of Joseph NEYNO, Esq., C.B., Capt. R.N., and Sister of Colonel W. Brydges NEYNO, C.B., Commanding 27th Inniskilling Regt., of Castle Neyno, Co. Sligo. – John 11, 25. Fortis Cadit sed non cedit.

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