Charlotte Combe grave monument in Prospect Cemetery, Glasnevin, Dublin, Ireland

Charlotte Combe grave monument: legible names and details

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Charlotte Combe
15/12/1847 first name on monumentDied at an advanced age. Friend of James Nicholas Ratigan.
James Nicholas Ratigan
friend of Charlotte Combe
Elizabeth Frances Ratigan
06/09/1858451813relationship not known of Charlotte CombeSister of James Nicholas Ratigan.
Margaret Ellen Ratigan
26/07/1863381825relationship not known of Charlotte CombeSister of James Nicholas Ratigan.
Edward Ratigan
12/05/1871601811relationship not known of Charlotte CombeBrother of James Nicholas Ratigan.

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Location of the above Charlotte Combe 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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