Gravestones and Memorials - Dublin
Booterstown (Church of the Assumption Roman Catholic)
MADDEN. Of your charity pray for the soul of/Richard Robert Madden, M.D./formerly Colonial Secretary/of Western Australia &c. "A man who loved his Country."/Author of "History of United Irishmen" and many other works./Remarkable for Talents Piety, and Rectitude, the 21st and last surviving son of/Edward Madden, born in Dublin August 20th 1798 died at Booterstown Feb 5th 1886/and interred in Donnybrook Churchyard/also for the soul of his relict Mrs Harriet T Madden, the 21st and last surviving child of/John Elmslie Esq. Born in London August 4th 1801/converted to the Catholic Faith in Cuba (circa) 1837/died at Booterstown Feb 7th 1888/(3 lines of her virtues follow)/and for the soul of their loved son William Ford Madden/who was drowned in the Shannon March 29th 1848 in his 19th year/also in loving memory of their grandchildren William Joseph H Ford Madden/born Jan 10th 1871 died Sept 14th 1871 and of Bridget Gertrude Harriet Madden (Beda)/a singularly bright, holy, and gifted child, born July 17th 1875 died on the 16th June 1882 in her seventh year.
Deansgrange Cemetery. St.Patrick’s Section, Pt. 2 No.151 – 300
In | Loving Memory | of | ANNE MADDEN | (née O’CONNELL) | died 20th Aug. 1952 | aged 40 years | R.I.P [Photo available]
Kilternan (Church of Ireland Co. Dublin)
CHARLES SAMUEL MADDEN | 1915 – 1993 | Lt. Col. 60th Rifles | Remembered with Love. [Photo available]
In Loving Memory | of | MARGARET MADDEN | 99B Rathgar Rd., Dublin | died 28th Oct. 1976 | and her sister | ELIZABETH MADDEN | died 30th March 1963 | Rest in peace [Photo available]