Church of Ireland,
These photographs were taken Nov 2006.
Church of Ireland,
These photographs were taken August 2009.
Thomastown Church Photographs, Co. Kildare. These photographs were taken by Dr. Jane Lyons in October of 2006.
Ballyfin, Round Bush Church of Ireland,
Co. Laois (Queen’s Co.)
These photographs were taken Nov, 2006.
Photographs of the Templemore Church of Ireland, Co. Tipperary, Ireland. These photographs were taken in June 2012.
There I was sure that all my older gravestone photographs are online and a few minutes ago I saw some photographs of the church in Attanagh posted to the The Country Church page on Facebook, so off I go to link that page in to my Attanagh Church photographs AND no photographs online!! My index to the names that I could read out in Attanagh is online, but not the photographs :(
My apologies to anyone with an interest in Attanagh and here are photographs of the village but not the gravestones. They’re going to take little while to get online as very few could actually be read and I want to check through them again.
Before I post these, the thing about Attanagh is that it is on the very very edge of Co. Laois as you travel from Durrow to Ballyouskill. It’s probably only 3 or 4 kilometres from Durrow, 5 mins drive away.
This page features 93 Church of Ireland baptism records for the Laois village of Abbeyleix during the 1780s. The records are sorted alphabetically by surname.
|Lawrenson||Elizabeth||1783||Mr Edward||Mrs Eleanor|
St. Audoen’s church in Dublin is the parish Church of the Church Ireland parish of St. Audoen at Cornmarket in Dublin. It is actually right beside Christchurch.
The church is named after St. Ouen (or Audoen) of Rouen (Normandy), a saint who lived in the seventh century and was dedicated to him by the Anglo-Normans, who arrived in Dublin after 1172. It was erected in 1190, possibly on the site of an older church dedicated to St. Columcille, dating to the seventh century. Shortly afterwards the nave was lengthened (but also made narrower) and a century later a chancel was added.
I put some photographs of our visit to this church on the from-ireland blog last June, you’ll see the link below this set of photographs.
St. Audoen’s Church: From-Ireland Blog post.
At an ordination held in the Church of Ardbraccan by the Lord Bishop of Meath, on the 21st September 1845, the following persons were ordained; -
James Robert Moffatt, A.B., for the curacy of Reynagh.
John Whitelaw Scoles, A.B., Athboy
Samuel Parsons, A.B., Drumconrath
Arthur Waring, A.B., Laracor
All for the Diocese of Meath
Peter Wilson, A.B., Curate fo Tullamoore (sic)
Hugh Gelston, A.B., curate of Enniskeen
Both for the Diocese of Meath
The Lord Bishop of Kildare held a visitation on the 23d September at Kildare ; on th 24th at Edenderry ; on the 25th at Philipstown ; on the 26th at Portarlington and no the 27th at Naas.
An ordination will soon be held (time not yet fixed) in the Cathedral of Waterford, to ordain curates for Templemore in the Diocese of Cashel ; and Tallow, Dunhill, Ardmore, Mothel in the diocese of Lismore.
The Lord Lieutenant and Council have disappropriated the parish of Aglishcormick from the precentorship of Emly and trancferred same to the ecclesiastical commissioners.
The German papers announce the death of the venerable Archdeacon of Cologne.
taken from The King’s Co. Chronicle
Vol. 1 No. 3
Wednesday, Oct 6th, 1845