29 Jun 2022

Recent deaths in the Leitrim area

Recent deaths in the Leitrim area

May they rest in peace

The following deaths have occurred in the area:

Anne Caulfield - Sligo and Kiltyclogher, Co Leitrim

Anne Caulfield (née Cullen), Dunally, Co. Sligo and formerly Kiltyclogher, Co. Leitrim peacefully at the Oncology Unit, Sligo University Hospital on Sunday, 23rd October. Reposing at her home today, Tuesday 23rd from 3- 9pm. Removal from her home on Wednesday at 10.30am to St Joseph's Church, Ballytivnan to arrive for Mass of Christian burial at 11am. Burial to follow in Sligo Cemetery. 

Frank Dennehy - Elphin, Co Roscommon

Frank Dennehy, Killeen East, Elphin, Roscommon, President of Kilmore GAA Club and President of Roscommon County Board. Funeral Mass today Tuesday 25th at 12 noon in St Patrick's Church, Elphin. Burial afterwards in the adjoining cemetery.

Evelyn Ellis (née Martin) Marahill, Crossdoney / Killeshandra, Co Cavan

Ellis (nee Martin), Bedfordshire, England and formerly of Marahill, Crossdoney, Co. Cavan. Funeral mass at 12 noon on Wednesday 26th October in St. Patrick's Church, Drumcor followed by burial of ashes in adjoining cemetery.

Jean Martin 26 Rossview, Bundoran, Co Donegal

Jean Martin, 26 Rossview, Bundoran, Co. Donegal and formerly of Lurgan, Co. Armagh died peacefully, at The Sheil Hospital, Ballyshannon, Co. Donegal. Reposing at the Sheil Hospital Mortuary, Ballyshannon, on Wednesday morning from 10am with removal at 11.15am to arrive at The Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea, Bundoran, for Mass of the Resurrection at 12 noon, burial afterwards in St. Ninnidh's Cemetery, Newtown Rd, Bundoran.

Johnny Beirne, Number 1, Marian Road, Boyle, Co Roscommon

Johnny Beirne (former postman), Number 1, Marian Road, Boyle, Co. Roscommon died on  October 24th, peacefully, in the at Roscommon County Hospital. Funeral arrangements to be announced

Recent deaths will be updated again at 4pm on

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