Parish of Magh Ene - Bundoran & Ballyshannon

 Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea Bundoran

~ "Magh Ene" means The Plain of Hospitality ~

St Joseph's Church Ballyshannon 

Grave Mapping

St. Ninnidh’s Cemetery, Bundoran,  Rock Cemetery, Ballyshannon, Finner Cemetery.

Plans are presently ongoing for the mapping of the above cemeteries. We now have  have the following available to everyone.

 

(1) a map of the cemetery placed at the entrance to the cemetery with each grave marked with the family name.

(2) A similar map on the Parish Website with the family name of each grave, all whose names appear on the headstone and where available, the memorial card associated with the deceased.

 

Because the mapping of the cemeteries is ongoing and updated every 2 years, we ask all who have graves to ensure that the following is available to the Parish Office.

 

1. Where a grave is not marked by a headstone or named marker, the Parish Office would need to be informed so that the information can be relayed to those who are mapping.

2. Where a grave is owned by an individual or family, not yet been used and therefore not marked, the Parish Office should be informed so that the information is included.

3. Should anyone have information about burials / graves where markings do not exist, we would appreciate obtaining such information.

4. An initial form of the map will be displayed in the Church to allow everyone to check the information, before the final map is made for display in the cemetery.

5. Any information not included in the first mapping of the cemeteries can be included in two years time when an update of the mapping will take place.


All maps below are available on www.irishgraveyards.ie where you can search for a deceased persons grave and view the actual grave and headstone information.

 

 St Ninnidh's Bundoran - New Cemetery

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St Ninnidh's New Cemetery

Mass Rock now at St Ninnidh's Cemetery that the Priest would use to celebrate Mass at Ardfarna during the Penal Days

 

Crowds gather for the Blessing of Graves

Fr Munster PP Blesses the Graves from the Mass Rock, which was used during Penal Times at Ardfarna. Large Crowd gathered for the Blessing of Graves June 2008

St Ninnidh's Cemetery -  Blessing of Graves - Cemetery Sunday 15th June 2008


Finner Bundoran - Old Cemetery

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Finner Old Cemetery

Finner old Cemetery

 

Large Crowd gathers at Finner for Blessing Of Graves June 2008

Fr. Munster standing beside the old Church Ruins, Blesses the Graves at Finner June 2008

Finner Cemetery - Blessing of Graves - Sunday 15th June 2008

 

The Rock Ballyshannon - Church Cemetery

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The Rock Cemetery Ballyshannon The Rock Cemetery Ballyshannon
 

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