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300 Year Anniversary

St. Brigid's Church, Stillorgan (1712 - 2012)
53° 17' 07.7"N 006° 11' 44.4"W
Saturday 2nd February 2013

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Map Scale 1:175

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Index to the People Buried in St Brigid's Graveyard
1. Firstly consult the list of surnames to identify the relevant person in the century required.
2. Then use the grave number listed against that person to find the location of the grave on the map.
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The map is indicative only and was created in ArcGIS
software using a basemap from the Property Registration
Authority of Ireland and revised initially using satellite imagery from
both Google Earth and Bing Maps and was completed during a number of site visits. One grave (number 61
of Edward Bullor who died in 1691) predates the construction of the current church in 1712. Some graves
disappeared during construction of the new church for people buried in the ruins of the church already on
the site. Among those were Jacques Wingfield and the Wolvertons who were all buried here.

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Mapping of the graveyard was carried out by
Dr Paddy Prendergast from the Dublin Institute
of Technology in Bolton Street. He completes a
map design project every year with his students on
the degree in Geomatics (Surveying & Mapping) and
he wanted to assess if a map of a graveyard would be
a suitable project for his students.

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The main research on the
gravestones was conducted by Karen
D'Alton and June Bow. Access to the
church records was kindly provided by the
Rector, Rev. Ian Gallagher.

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Meters

Church Hall

School

St Br
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Index to Graves

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St Brigid's Church
(Church of Ireland)

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Copyright - W P Prendergast 2013