In September 2019, Jenet Peers (née Copinger) visited St. Mary's Collegiate Church, Youghal, Co Cork and met a gentleman,
Wayne Ruxton, who sent her these pages consisting of pictures of gravestones in the church yard.
“Hic jacet Edvardvs.....ger
Ville de Yoghil
mercantor qvi obit 12 IVLII Anno Domini 1624.
Helena Ronane vxor ujvs posvit.”
was recorded in Dineley’s history as Edvardvs Coppinger,
with an original location under the rubble of
the dismantled Portingall Chapel at the Western extremity of the South aisle.
In 1814, during excavation of this tomb, was found a pectoral cross,
(“similar to those worn by Roman Catholic prelates”)
lying deep, with a human skeleton beneath it.
Section 5, number 1.Photographed 3/8/2012
“Here lyeth in....he body of....... enth
September A...Dni 1642.”
Section 5, number 2, in front
of coffin recess.
COPPINGER, FRANCES MARGARET:
“In loving memory of Frances Margaret
Coppinger, dearly loved wife of Robert Griffith
who died at Youghal, 20th October 1915, also Robert Griffith,
started the Munster and Leinster Bank in Bandon in the year 1864, 57 years manager.
Died at Castlebar 23rd May 1927.
We do not lay you down so deep but we
ourselves shall overtake you soon.
We dream a little long while you sleep and sleep.”
Section 2, number 25.
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