Kentstown Church

The Church of the Assumption, Kentstown.


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Reply Pat Brangan
3:20 PM on March 16, 2012 



I love the photos of the old cemetary crosses and buildings which I have passed so many times over the years as I am over in Ardcath a lifetime. TIME FOR A VISIT SOON BUT DONT INTEND TO STAY.

I would like to know where William & his son James Somerville wereinterred?

Reply michael kinsella
9:49 AM on November 16, 2010 

hello to kentstown just found your page on the net left there some 60 years

ago and it is lovely to see all the nice photos pity there is no names attached

 bless you all 


Reply Bill Traynor
12:50 AM on May 27, 2010 

Hello in Ireland. At Grangegeeth just north and west of Slane we found a grave beleived to be our ancestor. His name is Nicholas Traynor, died in

1805. I noticed a Nicholas Traynor buried in your cemetery. I think they may be related in some way. I live in Colorado USA and will be coming back to Ireland in the fall to do some more family research. If anyone has an idea please contact Frank Traynor in trim as he is our distant relative and is also interestted th family history. Your church is very beautiful. God bless you all.

Bill Traynor


Reply AnneMarie McDonald
5:29 PM on October 6, 2009 

Spent the past hour browsing through the photos in the photo gallery. Really nice pics - especially from the night of the Rededication. Hard to believe its almost 3 years ago.


AnneMarie (Kentstown)

Reply Chris Cowan
11:05 PM on September 26, 2009 

Nice web pages. Looks like it's all happnin' back in the oul country.  

Chris. (vancouver)

Reply Mike Cowam
4:51 AM on September 19, 2009 

Just testing the Guest book !:)