County Dublin Ireland
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Cruagh: from Irish, meaning a wild place.
The cemetery is located south of Dublin city, in the foothills of the Dublin Mountains.
The survey of the cemetery was commenced in June 2011 and completed in August 2011. It is estimated that the cemetery contains about 900 grave plots, of which some 870 are "occupied". Details and photographs of all of the headstones have been taken. All of the memorials are now fully completed.
It is updated on a regular basis.
The inscriptions on about 8 headstones were illegible, being worn away due to age. Some 6 plots have no headstone.
Prominent persons buried here include,
Daniel A. Binchy
Tim Cahill-O'Brien, Hotelier
James Patrick Digby, Business man
Ch. Supt. John Fleming, An Garda Siochana
Margaret Gaj, Restauranteur
Capt. T.J. Hanley, Aviator
Seán Keating, Artist
Lt.Cmdr. Frank Lynch, Commander of the Irish Navy
Capt. Jack Millar, Aer Lingus pilot
Charles H. Murray, Civil Servant
Thomas O'Brien, Vice-President, I.T.G.W.U.
John Gerard Olin
Dr. Hans Waldemar Rosen, Musician
P.A. Ó Síocháin, Barrister/Business man
Prof. Thomas Sherlock Wheeler, Chemist/Academic
Most Rev. Desmond Williams, Bishop
Also buried here are some of "The Old I.R.A", veterans of the 1916-23 period.
Patrick J. Kearney
William R. Mulvey
Nearby cemeteries include,
Cruagh Cemetery [Old Section]
Mount Venus Cemetery
Check for headstones
Frank Doolin, 2013
Sally Kearns, Feb. 2014
and her daughter
Maureen Marron, Feb. 2014, line 10
Catherine "Kay" Molloy, Mar. 2014
Kathleen Murphy, Mar. 2014
Eileen V. O'Neill
Last revised 16 November 2014
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