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From: "Sean Rooney" <>
Subject: Re: FER-GOLD Ardess and Irvinestown graveyards
Date: Wed, 15 Oct 2008 06:43:48 +0100
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Ardess new graveyard- HUMPHRIES. Molly Humphries 1892-1964 Eileen Humphries 1891-1980 Muriel Humphries 1885-1975.

Ardess Old Graveyard -

This stone was erected by Lieiam [Liam ?] Duffy in memory of his father John Duffy who departed this life April 5th 1798 aged 97 years. Also his daughter Jane Humphry who departed this life September the 17th 1817 aged 21 years

In honoured memory of our glorious dead who under the mercy of Almighty God, by their endurance, self-sacrifice and matchless valour in The Great War 194-1919 ? aided in the gaining for our Empire the blessing of a victorious peace.
Alexander Balfour, Robert John Dinnen, Robert Garrett, Robert Gilmore, William Graham, John St Clare B. Humphrys, Gerard Irvine, John Irvine, John Lyttle, Robert James Mc Clintock, John James Mc Farland, James Arthur Balfour Moffitt, Robert Noble, Charles Arthur Robinson, Albert Sproule and William John Walmsley.
"Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life." Rev. 11. 10. (Plaque inside Ardess Church.)

Erected by Robert Humphrys, Surgeon R.N. to the memory of his beloved wife Frances Elizabeth, daughter of Rev. A. Williamson, Rector of this Parish who returned her gentle spirit to her God 20th March 1873 aged 23 years. "To her to live was Christ, and to die was gain." Philippians 1:21.
Also in remembrance of his uncles John Chittick who died 21st October 1839 aged 41 years and James Squire Chittick who died 30th December 1861 aged 61 years. (Plaque inside Ardess Church.)

Here lyeth the bodyes of Thomas and Elizabeth Humphrys decesed 88 and 17 (painted headstone and coat of arms.)

SEan

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Subject: FER-GOLD Ardess and Irvinestown graveyards


Does anyone have photos and transcriptions of Humphries gravestones at
Ardess, Irvinestown, and/or Lisnarick? or know where to find them?

Roy

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