Áudio tour

Áudio tourBuried in Belfast: Milltown Cemetery

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  1. Resumo do áudiopasseio
  2. Resumo do áudiopasseio

    This self-guided trail map highlights some of the extraordinary stories of women laid to rest in Milltown Cemetery. It takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete.

    It compiles research undertaken by 24 participants from Women in the Archives, a community engagement programme, led by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) and the Linen Hall Library, as part of the Making the Future project in 2019.

    Milltown Cemetery | 546 Falls Rd, Belfast BT12 6EQ, UK

    Milltown Cemetery opened in 1869 as the main Roman Catholic graveyard for Belfast. Approximately 200,000 people are buried here. In addition to family and individual plots, there are sections for religious orders, and three large ‘poor grounds’ where around 80,000 individuals are buried in mass graves, many of whom died in the flu pandemic of 1918-1920. 

    The cemetery’s history is often associated with Irish nationalism and republicanism, evidenced on gravestones throughout the cemetery and within the three republican plots. Milltown gained worldwide notoriety when a loyalist gunman attacked mourners at an IRA funeral in 1988, killing three people and injuring many more.

    Visiting Milltown, you can explore the social and political history of Belfast, reflected in the landscape and told through the stories of the families and individuals buried here.

    Disclaimer: Anyone undertaking this suggested trail does so at their own risk.

  3. 1 Cecelia Kearns
  4. 2 Eleonor Kelly
  5. 3 Eileen Howell
  6. 4 Poor Clares
  7. 5 Elizabeth Begley
  8. 6 The Corr Sisters
  9. 7 Regina Coeli Hostel
  10. 8 Mairéad Farrell
  11. 9 Máire Drumm
  12. 10 Margaret Lennon
  13. 11 Winifred Carney
  14. 12 Patricia & Francis Kavanagh
  1. Resumo do áudiopasseio

    This self-guided trail map highlights some of the extraordinary stories of women laid to rest in Milltown Cemetery. It takes approximately 1.5 hours to complete.

    It compiles research undertaken by 24 participants from Women in the Archives, a community engagement programme, led by the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) and the Linen Hall Library, as part of the Making the Future project in 2019.

    Milltown Cemetery | 546 Falls Rd, Belfast BT12 6EQ, UK

    Milltown Cemetery opened in 1869 as the main Roman Catholic graveyard for Belfast. Approximately 200,000 people are buried here. In addition to family and individual plots, there are sections for religious orders, and three large ‘poor grounds’ where around 80,000 individuals are buried in mass graves, many of whom died in the flu pandemic of 1918-1920. 

    The cemetery’s history is often associated with Irish nationalism and republicanism, evidenced on gravestones throughout the cemetery and within the three republican plots. Milltown gained worldwide notoriety when a loyalist gunman attacked mourners at an IRA funeral in 1988, killing three people and injuring many more.

    Visiting Milltown, you can explore the social and political history of Belfast, reflected in the landscape and told through the stories of the families and individuals buried here.

    Disclaimer: Anyone undertaking this suggested trail does so at their own risk.

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