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Upcoming Mass on Sunday 28th July 2013 at Cruicetown Cemetery
A Mass will be offered in Cruicetown Cemetery at 5pm on Sunday 28th July, on the day of The Blessing of the Graves - Cemetery Sunday. It will be celebrated by Fr Seamus Houlihan, Parish Priest Nobber.
The Cruicetown Cemetery Conservation Committee would be very intertested in
contacting family members of those interred in the graveyard to contribute
towards the research into its history. The Cruicetown Cemetery Conservation Committee is compiling a thorough history and research of the graveyard.
The Committee plans to make contact with families and relatives of known burials in
Cruicetown. Members, as part of the research, are checking burial records in Nobber and neighbouring parishes and are checking many other different sources for information on the cemetery’s history.
The Committee held a meeting on Tuesday 25th June in Nobber Parochial house to discuss plans for the Mass at 5pm on Cemetery Sunday 28th July 2013.
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Cruicetown Cemetery Conservation Committee Meeting held in March 2011
Cruicetown Cemetery Conservation Committee held a meeting in the Parochial House, Nobber, on Monday, 21st of March 2011.
It was decided at the meeting, which was attended by Fr Seamus Houlihan, Parish Priest, Nobber, that a Mass will be held in Cruicetown Cemetery at 5pm on Sunday July 31st, on the day of The Blessing of the Graves (Cemetery Sunday).
The AGM of Cruicetown Cemetery Conservation Committee is on Tuesday 17th May in Nobber Community Hall. Speakers will address the meeting on topics discussing the history of Cruicetown Cemetery.
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