Cruicetown Cemetery Conservation Committee Events

Old Drogheda Society


The next meeting of Cruicetown Cemetery Conservation Committee is on Wednesday 19th October 2016 at 8pm in Nobber Parochial House.

The Cruicetown Cemetery Conservation Committee Annual Mass is on Friday 4th November 2016 in St John the Baptist Church, Nobber at 8pm. The Annual General Meeting will take place immediately following the Mass in Nobber Community Hall. All are welcome to attend the Mass and AGM.

Cruicetown Cemetery Conservation Committee will hold Church Gate Collections in Nobber and surrounding parish churches at weekend Masses on Saturday 12th November and Sunday 13th November 2016.

Cruicetown Cemetery Conservation Committee, in Nobber, County Meath, formed in 2004 to maintain and preserve the cemetery and research its history.

The well maintained church structure contains the monument and vault of the Anglo-Norman Cruise family who gave their name to the townland, an early baptismal font, excellent stone carvings and recumbent effigies of family members.

The cemetery includes recorded burials from the 18th century, ancient memorials, the foundations of a bellcote and a carved “Ring” highcross, depicting the Crucifixion on one side with the Virgin and Child on the other.

A newly erected Interpretive Panel provides an interesting genealogical and local history aspect to the event.

Cruicetown Cemetery Conservation Committee has researched 470 burials in the graveyard and members have collected relevant information from relatives of those interred there.

To contact the group email cruicetown@hotmail.com, or

The above photo was taken at the Annual General Meeting of Cruicetown Cemetery Conservation Committee, which was held on Friday 6th November 2015 in Nobber Community Hall.
Back Row:John Corbally, Robert Heuston, Peter Corbally, Henry Cruise, Bartle Clarke, Jean Rock, James Galligan, Fr Seamus Houlihan and Oliver Ward.
Front; Ann Finnegan, Margurita Ward, Renee Clarke, Anne Gogarty, Ann McDowell.

Drogheda Museum Millmount,

History, Archaeology & Heritage, 

Governor's House,



Co. Louth, Ireland,


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