September 22, 2023

REST IN PEACE: Kilkenny Death Notices

Helen Patricia (Patsy) CRIMIN (née Downs)

CRIMIN (nee Downs), Helen Patricia (Patsy), Bennettsbridge , Co Kilkenny and formerly of Glasgow, Scotland. August 3, 2021, peacefully at home after a short illness borne with courage, dignity and humour. Greatly missed by her loving family and friends. Her children Audrey, Suzanne and Denis, her sons in law Colin and Johnston, grandsons Steven and Keith, their partners Cheryl and Holly and her great-granddaughter Emily.

Patsy was loving sister to Elizabeth (Anne) and sister in law to Edward, Catherine and Charles. Aunt to Neil, Nuala and Peter, also Kathleen, Gerrard, Josephine, Veronica, Patricia, Lawrence and Pauline; John and Jacqueline; Joseph, Catherine, Anthony, Frank and Anne Marie.

Helen (Patsy) made many wonderful friends in Kilkenny and enjoyed being part of the writers group, art class and life in Bennettsbridge.

In accordance with current guidelines a private funeral will take place at St Bennetts Church, Bennettsbridge on Wednesday, August 11, at 10:30am. The family would be grateful if family and friends who plan to attend could contact Patsy’s daughters Audrey or Suzanne to let them know. Those who can’t attend the funeral may pay their respects the evening before in the church, with a Reception Service at 5pm. For family and friends unable to attend, the service can be viewed on Wednesday, August 11, at 10:30am, using the following link –

Burial afterwards at Tullaherin Cemetery.

Those wishing to leave a message of condolence for Patsy’s family may do so here.

Family flowers only please (kindly provided by Maidenhall) Donations if desired, in lieu to Arthritis Ireland at

May Patsy Rest in Peace

The Grove, Weir View, Kilkenny City/Crettyard, Laois

Maurice Hennessy (The Grove, Weir View, Kilkenny and late of Crettyard, Co. Laois) August 5th 2021. Beloved husband of the late Margaret and uncle of Larry (Hennessy), grand uncle of Lizzie and Katie (Hennessy). Predeceased by his siblings Thomas, Margaret, Elizabeth, Mary and John. He will be sadly missed by his nephews and nieces, Mary, Patrick, Ita, Larry and Anne, grand nieces and grand nephews Molly, Caitlin, Annemajella, Lizzie, Katie, Peig, Ruaidhri, Tomas and John, his neighbours and friends.

Due to current government guidelines a private Requiem Mass for Maurice will be celebrated Saturday (August 7th) at 11a.m. in the Church of the most Holy Trinity, Dunmore (max. 50 people in the Church) followed by private cremation in Mount Jerome Crematorium, Dublin.

Should you wish to leave a message of condolence, please do so here.

The family would like to thank the public health care nurse and all the wonderful carers who have been so kind to Maurice, especially Agnes with whom he shared many a laugh over the last twelve months.

May Maurice Rest in Peace

Rose LANGTON (née Melody)
Lavistown, Kilkenny/Scariff, Clare

Langton, Rose (nee Melody) (Pairc na Crusha, Lavistown, Kilkenny and formerly of Clonesker, Scariff, Co. Clare) 4th August 2021, at St. Luke’s Hospital, Kilkenny, beloved wife of the late Tom and devoted mother of Lar, Jacqueline and Ray, deeply regretted by her heartbroken family, sisters Nora, Emily and Sr. Clare, daughters-in-law Eithne and Ross, grandchildren Conor and Méabh, nieces, nephews, extended family, neighbours and friends.

In accordance with current guidelines a private funeral for family and close friends will take place. Requiem Mass for Rose will be celebrated on Sunday (8th August) at 12 noon in St. Colman’s Church, Clara (max 50 people), with interment afterwards in the adjoining cemetery. For those unable to attend due to restrictions, the Mass can be viewed online at

House private please.

There will be an opportunity for the community to support the family and remember Rose by being present, socially distanced, on Sunday morning, en route from her son Ray’s home in Lavistown to the church.

Those wishing to leave a message of condolence for Rose’s family may do so here.

May Rose Rest in Peace

Violet POWER
London, Late of Tobernabrone, Piltown

Peacefully at The Royal Hospital, London after a short illness.

‘The day thou gavest, Lord, is ended’

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