THE MONUMENT OF RICHARD J STOWELL AND HIS BROTHER ROBERT [THE STOWELL BROTHERS ARE INTERRED IN GLASNEVIN CEMETERY]

FOTONIQUE

THE MONUMENT OF RICHARD J STOWELL AND HIS BROTHER ROBERT

Richard Joseph Stowell was sentenced to penal servitude. His weak frame broke down as a result of his prison treatment and he was released to die. His brother Robert Francis Stowell died on 14th January, 1873.

“Erected By His Friends And Associates. To Perpetuate The Memory Of His Love Of Country, And His Death, Caused By A penal Imprisonment, Which Destroyed His Weak Frame. But Could Not Extinguish His ardent Aspirations For Ireland’s Freedom”

“Here Also Are Interred The Remains Of Patrick O’Byrne, Dearly Beloved Uncle (Of The Stockwell Brothers) Died 1St March 1895, Aged 77 Years)”

“Under This Cross Rest The Mortal remains Of Richard Stowell. Died 18th July 1855. Aged 44 Years. Also His Eldest Son, John Patrick Stowell Died 31st March 1869. Aged 25 Years & 10 Months. Grant Their Souls O Lord Eternal Rest. Amen.”

“Here Also rest The Remains Of The Youngest Of The Patriot Brothers. Robert Francis Stowell. Who Died On The 14th January 1873. At Eden Quay Dublin. Aged 25 Years Faithfull And True To Ireland He Laboured And suffered Much In Her Cause. R.I.P.”

“To The Memory Of Richard Joseph Stowell, Whose Name Was Enrolled On The Political Martyrology Of Ireland On 16th May 1867, In The Twenty Second Year Of His Age. Nine Hours After His Release From Naas Gaol His Pure Soul Passed From Earth To Heaven To Receive The Crown His Stainless Faith In Life And Heroic Fortitude In Death Had Won. R.I.P.”


SORRY FORRY FOR THE DELAY