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Matilda 
Redington
* post 1843


Matilda 
Redington
, (a founder member of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, she contributed many papers to the Society's Journal. Matilda Redington also was instrumental in preserving Drumacoo Church and Corcomroe Abbey. Her deep interest in the life and work of Antony Raftery led to her suggesting to Lady Gregory the erection of a headstone over his grave in Killeeneen cemetery, and she was among those present when the new headstone was unveiled by Douglas Hyde. She died unmarried.

Born: post 1843Baptised:
Died: Buried:
Family:
Redington

Ancestors
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1.
Matilda 
Redington
* post 1843
2.
Sir Thomas Nicholas 
Redington
(
Talbot
) 1815 - 1862
4.
Christopher 
Redington
(
Dowell
) 1780 - 1825
5.
Frances X. 
Dowell
(
Redington
) + post 1815
3.
Anne Elizabeth Mary 
Talbot
(
Redington
) 1823 - 1889
6.
John Hyacinth 
Talbot
(
Redmond
,
Power
) 1793 - 1868
7.
Anne Eliza 
Redmond
(
Talbot
) + 1826

Siblings


1.
Christopher Talbot 
Redington
1843 - 1899
2.
Thomas 
Redington
* post 1843
3.
Anne Elizabeth 
Redington
* post 1843
4.
Mary 
Redington
* post 1843
5.
Theresa 
Redington
* post 1843
6.
Frances (Fanny) 
Redington
(
Lynch
) post 1843 - 1915
7.
Seathrun 
Redington
* post 1843

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