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# Glasnevin Trust

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# vandals
Garda probe under way after 1916 memorial wall vandalised again in Glasnevin
The Necrology Wall bears the names of all those who died as a result of the conflict.
# Glasnevin Trust
Ireland's first non-denominational cemetery re-opens in bid to revitalise local area
Goldenbridge Cemetery in Inchicore, Dublin re-opens today.
# Family Fortunes
Hunt for family of 1916 hero who created iconic tricolour
Thomas Meldon was one of three men who created the tricolour which flew at Jacob’s factory during the Easter Rising.
# dardistown
Ireland's newest crematorium is now open
It brings to number of crematoria in Ireland to six.
# rising anger
Glasnevin Wall controversy: Misplaced fada raises ire of Gaeilgeoirs
It is understood the typo will be fixed in the next 48 hours.
# Inchicore
27 headstones destroyed by vandals at Goldenbridge Cemetery
Some of the headstones were smashed into pieces.
# Glasnevin Trust
Is one of your relatives in this historic photo?
It’s the scene moments before the graveside oration at the burial of Fenian Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa.
# burials
Glasnevin Trust is helping with the burial of Ebola victims in Sierre Leone
Proper burials of the dead is preserving the dignity of the deceased.
Belfast crematorium recycles metal without telling families - as does one in Republic
Most crematoriums in the Republic say they inform families of the ‘sensitive recycling’ – but one says it’s up to funeral directors to let them know.
# desecrated
Grave of WT Cosgrave vandalised in Goldenbridge Cemetery
The Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan took to Twitter today to voice his disgust.
Glasnevin historian Shane MacThomais dies
Colourful tour guide, passionate about preservation of cemetery’s legacy, passed away yesterday.
# 1916 Easter Rising
Duke of Kent makes history as first royal to lay wreath at 1916 memorial
HRH Prince Edward, who is the President of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission, visited Glasnevin Cemetery.