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St. Colman's Cathedral, Cloyne, County Cork, Ireland


English: Memorial plaque dedicated to Francis Blake Woodward and other children of Richard Lord Bishop of Cloyne. The inscription reads:

Francis Blake Woodward. Son of Richard Lord Bishop
of Cloyne, and Susanne his Wife, died 17th of Sept. 1784 Aged 18
A Youth
who by the Union of uncommon talents
With firmness of principle, and engaging manners
and by a distinguished career in Literary attainments
held forth to his deservedly fond parents
(and to numerous friends less partial)
the most flattering hope
that he would prove an Ornament to his County.
The providence of God appointed for him
A better lot.
To be rescued from temptation in the prime of Innocence,
and to afford a striking Instance
of the Vanity of Human Hopes.
John. Son of the above mentioned Richard Lord Bishop of
Cloyne, and Susanne his Wife, died the 19th of Feb. 1785 Aged 11

Thomas, Son of Richard Lord Bishop of Cloyne
and Susanna, his wife
departed this life, the 28th of March 1812. Aged 40 years.
He married in 1801. Frances daughter of Samson Jervois Esqr of Bandon
by whom he left 5 Children.

Wherever he was known
He was esteemed, beloved, revered.
For purity of principle, for benignity of Spirit, for Sanctity of mind and heart
His Judgment was exact, without Severity,
His benovolence diffusive, without Ostentation,
His piety ardent, without mixture of Enthusiasm.
He endured, with invincible Equanimity, a languishing decline.
And when nature was exhausted
He walked through the Valley of the Shadow of death, and feared no Evil.

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Author Andreas F. Borchert
Reference 2015/33356

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