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- In the orchard of Croghan House, Kildallon Parish there is an old circular vault, nine feet high and seven feet in diameter. The wall is two feet broad on top and about three feet broad on the bottom. There is one door, facing north, about four feet from the ground. The top seems to be broken off. The door is four feet high and two feet wide. There are four windows in the vault-two east, one west and one south. There is a stone on the outside with the following words cut in it-
"Here lies the body of the Rev. George Carson,
wishing for the Resurrection of the just.
Who when living was
*suenuous afsection of Christian liberty and to whom Christ Jesus was both
Vici Vuci & Veilicis
as also Mary Carson his wife.*This is the spelling on the stone as far as we can make out.(continues on next page)Transcribed by a member of our volunteer transcription project.