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  • Tags: 1795 disaster

A description of the context surrounding the formation of the Orange Order district lodge and its relationship to Lough Derg

Graveyard on irregular-plan, laid out c. 1600. Now out of use. Contains a collection of multidenominational cut stone gravemarkers (upstanding, recumbent, and table-type memorials) mainly dating from c. 1750 to c. 1900. Two ashlar limestone…

"Being far from the ocean when the stormy wind rose..."

"About twenty of the victims were buried on Friars' Island, where fir-trees on a mound show their grave to-day..."

"Ninety-three people were then crowded into an old and leaky boat, despite their protests. The fact that the boatmen were drunk made the passengers still more uneasy..."
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