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Re: Fynestown / Fyanstown, Co Meath, Ireland
Posted by: Seamus Mc Quillan (ID *****8462) Date: August 05, 2008 at 11:03:10
In Reply to: Fynestown / Fyanstown, Co Meath, Ireland by Ray Fynes of 38

Cemetery inscription from St Peter's C of I Cemetery Drogheda.
FYAN Hic jacet Walterus Fyan,quondam Major de Drogheda
a.1853 Obijt 15 Decr 1619.
(Under the window of the north cross isle there is a large raised tomb,with the history of Christ's Crucifction upon the cover,in bass relief'with the above inscription)
From the Butler MSS,quoted in Irish Memorials of the Dead edited by Colonel P.D.Vigors F.R.S.A.I. Vol 1 1888-91.

S Mc Q-----near Drogheda.

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