Dubliners Glasnevin Cemetery
Unfortunately there were no headstones but at least we found them. The walkie talkies there to mark the spots.
James McEntyre and his wife Elizabeth were living in Wood Street Dublin and appear to have been running the homes at 18, 23 and 27 for lodgers.
Son Thomas McEntyre who worked at the Griffith’s Valuation Office had two possibly three wives.
Honoria Corcoran Dowling and a third young lady Jane we found in Thomas’ grave a year after he died.
Jane McEntyre. d1894 who turns out to be his 3rd wife.
In the graves:
Glasnevin Section JF 81.5 Garden Plot owned by Thomas McEntyre
Thomas McEntyre aged 65 shown, but he was 69 according to previous records. died 10th Aug 1893
Jane McEntyre aged 42. died 12th Mar 1894 (she was a surprise find)
Honoria McEntyre (nee Corcoran, nee Dowling) Thomas’s second widowed wife. d 19th Sep 1880 aged 47
Anne Reid, Honoria’s mother who was the 1st to go into this plot. died: 26th Dec 1860 aged 60.
Glasnevin Section GE 205 Garden Plot owned by Edward Egan:
Elizabeth McEntyre died 13th June 1866 aged 82. Address shown as 18 Wood Street.
James McEntyre died 18th Nov 1856 aged 58 Address Wood Street
Rose McEntyre died 4th April 1865 aged 41 ( 2 Leinster Rd [should be 20 Leinster])
Edward Egan died 2 Nov 1852 aged 82 Park Street Rose’s father or grandfather?
Hubert Egan died 13th June 1854 aged 40 Ranelagh Rd Rose’s brother?