John Coleman grave monument in Prospect Cemetery, Glasnevin, Dublin, Ireland

John Coleman grave monument: legible names and details

full nameburial
date
agebirth
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John Coleman
19/11/1901 first name on monumentNumerical information may be incorrect.
John Joseph Coleman
22/03/190261896son of John Coleman
Mary White
45 sister-in-law of John Coleman
Margaret Coleman
23/10/1904701834wife of John Coleman
James Joseph Coleman
08/02/1917421875relationship not known of John Coleman
Mary Agnes Coleman
14/02/1918461872relationship not known of John ColemanWife of James Joseph Coleman.
Michael Coleman
15/07/1920181902relationship not known of John ColemanSon of James Joseph and Mary Agnes Coleman.
Edward Francis Coleman
24/06/1928601868relationship not known of John Coleman

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Location of the above John Coleman monument

Prospect Cemetery, Glasnevin, Dublin, Ireland

Prospect Cemetery, Glasnevin
Prospect Cemetery

Notes about Prospect Cemetery

The Glasnevin Cemetery is the largest in Ireland and quite possibly the whole of Europe and is a tourist destination in its own right complete with museum and cafe. Until recently many of the gravestones were broken or fallen but a major restoration project is underway and those gravestones with blue labels have been repaired. There are large areas still to be restored and these include many of the oldest graves. Those graves indexed here are the most accessible and generally the older graves, the earliest burial being in 1832.

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