LAMILLIERE





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A man
who briefly practiced the duties He...
This monument is erec(ted)
To his Memory
By his only surviving child
FRANCES LOUISA LAMILL(IERE)
From Affection, Respect and Du(ty)
He died Sept. 7th. A.D. 1800
Aged 77

(This is only the bottom left hand side of the Memorial)

Note: Alexander Lamilliere was born in Dublin in 1723, the son of a French native Cyrus Lamilliere. He entered T.C.D. in 1740, graduated A.B. in 1744, and A.M. in 1749.
From 1744 to 1782, he was Chancellor of Cork, from 1782 to 1796 Vicar of Holy Trinity and from 1796 to 1800 Archdeacon of Cork.
He was buried in the St Nicholas Churchyard with his sons Alexander and Henry on 11th Sept 1800.
Reference: Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne and Ross by William Maziere Brady





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To the memory
of the Rev. Alex. Lamilliere Jun. A.B.
This stone is erected
not more
from affection than Justice
He
for 7 years in this Parish
Conscientiously fulfilled
The Duties of Clergyman
He Died Nov. 21. 1797
Aged 39

Note: The Reverend Alexander Lamilliere Jun. was buried with his father in St Nicholas' churchyard on 23rd Nov 1797. He was ordained Priest on 1st August 1790 as Curate of St Nicholas. He was the son of Archdeacon Alexander Lamilliere LL.D. (above)

Reference: Clerical and Parochial Records of Cork, Cloyne and Ross by William Maziere Brady






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