We provide Deansgrange cemetery headstones, memorials and renovations & additional inscriptions.
Located at 2 Dean’s Grange Rd, Kill of the Grange, Blackrock Co Dublin. Deansgrange cemetery is maintained and owned by Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown county council. Since it first opened in 1865, over 150,000 people have been buried here. It is together with Glasnevin cemetery and Mount Jerome cemetery, one of the largest cemeteries in the Dublin area, occupying 70 acres of land (28 ha). The cemetery is a headstone and surround cemetery with stone surrounds being 6” thick by 6” high which is unique to Deansgrange cemetery, with a newly opened Garden Section to cater for lawn memorials/headstones. You can purchase a plot in the Garden Section for €16,000 from DLRCOCO. It also has a beautiful well maintained Angels plot for parents and family’s to hold services to mark and remember their children.
Famous names resting in Deansgrange include:
Seán Lemass (1899–1971), Taoiseach and Fianna Fáil politician. Todd Andrews (1901–1985), Irish Republican political and military activist, later civil servant. Seán Lemass (1899–1971), Taoiseach and Fianna Fáil politician. Kathleen Clarke (1878–1972), Irish republican Sinn Féin and Fianna Fáil TD and Senator and widow of the Irish revolutionary Thomas J. Clarke. Reginald Dunne (died 1922), Irish republican. Séamas Ó Maoileoin (1893-1959), Irish War of Independence veteran. John Talbot Power, 3rd Baronet of Edermine (1845–1901) of Leopardstown Park; grandson of the founder of Power’s Distillery, Dublin. Senator William Quirke (1896–1955), Fianna Fáil politician, businessman and IRA leader in Tipperary (Irish War of Independence, Irish Civil War). Joseph O’Sullivan (died 1922), Irish republican. John Howard Parnell (1846–1923), politician and older brother to Charles Stewart Parnell. Leon Ó Broin (1902–1990), writer. Kathleen Lynn (1874–1955), suffragette, member of the Irish Citizen Army and TD for the Dublin County constituency. Dermot Morgan (1952–1998), comedian and actor. John McCormack (1884–1945), tenor; papal count. Louie Bennett (1870–1956), suffragette, trade unionist, journalist and writer. Richard Irvine Best (1872–1959), Celtic scholar, with many more not mentioned.