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In Loving Memory of
Edward Hoare Sleaty
Died 16th Nov 1925 Aged 66 yrs
his wife Elizabeth Hoare
Died 30th Nov1932 Aged 62 yrs
Their daughter Mary Kavanagh
Died 11th Feb 1928 Aged 38 yrs
Her husband Patrick Kavanagh
Died 24th May1938 Aged 56 yrs
Their daughter Mary Kavanagh
Aged 2 1/2 yrs
Their sons Joseph Hoare
Irish Guards
Killed in action in France 1914 - 1918
John Hoare
Died 18th March 1972 Aged 82 yrs
His sister Mary Wynne
Nee Hoare Ballylinan
Died 4th june 1937

 R  .  I  .  P  . ( click to view image )
Enniskillen, Fus.
Died of wounds in general
hospital London. 31st Dec.1916
aged 19 years.
Also his father
Lawrence Nolan. died
31st Oct.1924, aged 73 years
and his mother
MARYANNE Nolan, died
28th Dec. 1925 aged 67 years.
his sister Katie Nolan,
died 22nd Jan 1936.
Aged 54 years.
His brother Joseph
(Daddy Joe) Nolan
died 20th Aug.1988  aged 95.
Formerly of Fair Lawn U.S.A.
R .  I.  P.  ( click to view image )
I  H  S
Loving Memory of
Mary Nolan
Died March 23 1928
her husband Michael
Died June 30 1939
Her sister in law Annie
Died Jan 27th 1953
her daughter Margaret
Died Nov. 16 1958
also Julia Sheenan
Died Aug. 1975
Her son Michael
Died Aug. 20 1983
Josephine Nolan
Died July 13 1997 Aged 83
Thier son James Nolan
Died 14th April 2002 aged 82 yrs

R  .  I  .  P  .
Erected by their Family ( click to view image )
 I  H  S
Here lieth the body of Francis Nolan
who departed this life the 16th of
April      1756 aged 74 years also his wife
Judith Nolan who departed this life the
15th of March 1781 aged 58 years 
also Anne Bulger their daughter 
who departed this life the 
26th of December 1786 aged 51 yrs
Also Edward Nolan of Carlow who
Departed this life 6 of April 1747
        aged 74 years ( click to view image )
Beneath this memorium lies the mortal
remains of John Nolan of Kilballyhue
county Carlow Esq.
a man possessed of many virtues
Religious without Bigitory,
Charitable without ostentation,
humble in the midst of affluence,
in him religion lost
one of its best supporters
the widow, a kind protector and
the orphan another father.
He closed a life full of good works on
7th September 1855
in the 87th of his age
at his seat in Killballyhue
This tribute is paid to His memory by a
friend who knew him well
Mrs Mary Nolan relict of 
the above named John Nolan Esq
Departed this life the 18th April 1840
Also His son John Nolan J.P. Kilballyhue
the 23rd Aug - 1862 Aged 63 years

REQUIESCAT IN PACE ( click to view image )
Loving Memory of
Ellen Byrne
St. Fiaac's Graiguecullen
who died 7th February 1946.
Also her parents
Michael & Mary Nolan.
and her husband
Patrick Byrne
Died 21st February 1949
Kathleen Moran
Died 3rd July 1905
Annie Byrne
Died 25th May 1977
Died 19th Sept. 1994
Aged 83 yrs.

R  .  I  .  P

Erected by her husband
and family
 ( click to view image )
The Old Sleaty Graveyard 
contains ruins of a medieval church, 
marked on the 1841 OS map as
'Abbey (in ruins)' and 
on the 1908 OS map as
'Church (in ruins)' 
(National Monument No. 116). ( click to view image )
This stone was Erected
by Francis Nolan
in memory of his Father
Michael Nolan
late of Ballinabranna who
Died Sept 6th
1829 Aged 68 years ( click to view image )
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