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Ballinvilla Graveyard Brickens, County Mayo, Ireland
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Ballinvilla Graveyard Brickens, County Mayo, Ireland
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Ballinvilla Graveyard
Brickens, County Mayo, Ireland

Signposted from the road between Ballyhaunis and Clonfad coming from Irishtown.

Contributed by Anna Ryan, Jul 27, 2001, last edited Jul 15, 2007 [annaryan001@hotmail.com]. Total records = 13.

Ballinvilla Graveyard is near Brickens, between Cloonfad and Claremorris, County Mayo Ireland

According to locals this graveyard used to be a private cemetery for the family in the "Big House." The house is now demolished the graveyard overgrown and forgotten. I am told that there are also many unnamed children buried here, with no markers or headstones.

I walked and surveyed this burial place in July of 2001. This includes all existing and legible stones and markers.

- Anna Ryan
Byrne, Mary, d. 1929, d/o Michael & Margaret Byrne, Kilnock
Crean, Arthur Lynch, d. 8 Apr 1900, age: 56yr, h/o Elizabeth
Crean, Austin, d. 21 Jun 1859, age: 42yr, h/o Mary, Ballingill
Crean, Austin, d. 25 Jul 1934, age: 55yr, s/o Arthur Lynch and Elizabeth
Crean, Cecilia, d. 9 Sep 1944, age: 61yr, w/o James
Crean, Charles Edward, d. 3 Feb 1930, h/o Frances, Balla
Crean, Elizabeth, d. 21 Oct 1935, w/o Arthur Lynch
Crean, Frances (Blake), d. 17 Aug 1890, w/o Charles Edward
Crean, James, d. 19 Apr 1921, age: 39yr, h/o Cecilia
Crean, John Skerrett, d. 16 Apr 1933, s/o Charles Edward and Frances
Crean, Mary, d. 10 Feb 1953, age: 64yr, gd/o Austin and Mary, Ballingill
Crean, Mary, d. 30 Jun 1978, age: 62yr, w/o Austin, Ballingill
Delaney, Catherine, d. Mar 1920, age: 1 week, d/o Michael & Katherine, Ballybane
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