GOLDENBRIDGE CEMETERY GET OFF AT THE DRIMNAGH TRAM STOP RATHER THAN THE GOLDENBRIDGE STOP
I must admit that I was more surprised by the fact that I could access the cemetery as the gates are generally locked because of anti-social actives [real or exaggerated].
I am reluctant to be seen with my cameras in the area along the Grand Canal between Fatima and Blackhorse and I am aware that many people get upset when I make such claims but in general the same people have little or no knowledge of the area. Of course, one needs to avoid any exaggeration of the the issue. If you are a tourist please ensure that you are part of a group.
Today, I decided to use an iPhone and immediately on arrival at the Fatima stop I overheard three middle aged men saying look at the old man with his camera [polite version] … that was a serious red flag even though the people in question posed no threat.
Goldenbridge Cemetery is a Roman Catholic garden cemetery located in Inchicore, Dublin, Ireland.
Under the Penal Laws, Irish Catholics could only be buried in Church of Ireland (Anglican) cemeteries, and the full graveside rites could not be performed — only prayers from the (Anglican) Book of Common Prayer were permitted. Catholic emancipation came in the 1820s, and the three acres at Goldenbridge, purchased by the Catholic Association for £600, formed the first Catholic cemetery in Ireland since the Reformation. The first burial took place on 15 October 1828. A mortuary chapel in the form of a Roman temple was erected in 1829.
The cemetery was placed provocatively [?] next to Richmond Barracks, a British Army installation. Complaints by the 92nd Regiment of Foot about noise and commotion caused by funeral processions passing their barracks led to a hearing by the Privy Council of Ireland. Abraham Brewster, Lord Chancellor of Ireland, limited future interments to those with burial rights only. Glasnevin Cemetery opened in 1832.
Mass burials took place during the Great Famine (1845–49) and during a cholera epidemic of 1867.
Until 2017, the last burial was of W. T. Cosgrave in 1965, first President of the Executive Council of the Irish Free State. His grave, along with 26 others, were vandalised in 2014 but restored in 2016. On 4 October 2017, the son of W. T. Cosgrave, Liam Cosgrave, who had been Taoiseach from 1973 to 1977 died, and was subsequently buried in the family plot at Goldenbridge on 7 October 2017.
The cemetery now forms part of a tourist attraction with nearby Richmond Barracks.
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