Bangor Abbey Graveyard - P

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J.  P.                 A 73
J.  P.   G 193
PAISLEY
(L)
Margaret Jane Paisley, in memory of her beloved husband, James Edgar Paisley, who died in Bangor 1st October 1911, in his 71st year.
Also the above Margaret Jane Paisley, who died 10th April 1926, aged 87 years.
Also their daughter, Sarah Ann CAMPBELL Rogers, who died who died 21st December 1961, aged 89 years.  And her husband John Rogers, who died 11th October 1981, aged 88 years.
In death they were not divided.

(R) Broken away at top of headstone.
Dear grandson David Gordon Pailsey, who was killed at Maroeuil in France on the 1st April 1917, aged 22 years.
Deeply mourned by his mother, brother and friends.
 
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C 17

PATTESON
'Sleeping in Jesus'
Matthew Patteson of Cookstown son of Edward Patteson of Cookstown, Derryloran, Co Tyrone who died in Bangor April 4th 1855 aged 94 years.  Also his wife Anne daughter of William GLENN, Glenvale, Co Derry who died May 6th 1862 aged 83 years. 
This memorial to most loving, exemplary and honoured Christian parents is erected by their seven surviving children.   'The memory of the just is blessed'.
Also the Rev William Patteson, their third son; born Oct 5th 1805, ordained Minister of 2nd Presbyterian Church, Bangor, August 5th 1829, died March 30th 1886
'A good soldier of Jesus Christ'. 2 Tim. 11, 3.
 
 

PATTERSON
In memory of Christina Patterson, died
31/1/1915 aged 38 years, also her husband James Patterson died 2/6/1930 aged 56 years.
 

  D 43
PATTERSON
Here lieth the body of Mary Patterson, otherwise CARGO, wife to Alexander Patterson of N.T.ards who departed this life January 18th 1806 aged 37 years.  Also four of their children.   Here lieth als the body of the said Alexander Patterson who departed this life on the 27th day of August 1822 aged 56 years.  He for many years filled the respectable office of High Constable of the lower Half Barony of Ards, with the greatest integrity and died as he lived, an honest man truly lamented.
 
 
PATTERSON
(slate - illegible)
 
  A 23
PEARSE
See GRAHAM
 
   
PERRY
Erected by John Perry, Ballycormic, in memory of his neice Anna Maria FINLAY, wife of Hugh REID, who died 2nd April 1875 aged 28 years. Also in memory of the above named John Perry who died 15th November 1880 aged 58 years.  Also his mother Anne Perry who died 22nd March 1882 aged 94 years.  Also his aunt Sophia Perry who died the 14th December 1884 aged 75 years.  Also his brother James Perry who died the 16th October 1896 aged 81 years.  Also Isabella, wife of the late James Perry, died 9th February 1898 aged 69 years.  "I am the Resurrection and the life: he that believeth in Me, though he were dead, yet shall he live". John, XI, 25.  Died on 27th December 1919, Alexander Perry Reid Sergt. 66th Canadian Infantry, aged 44 years, son of Anna Maria and Hugh Reid.  "Faithful unto death".
 
   

PHILIPS
In memory of William Philips who departed this life 2nd September 1809 aged 76 years
 

  FZ 31
PINK
Erected by Hamilton Pink of Ballygilbert, in memory of his wife Susanna Pink alias ALLEN who departed this life on the 10th May 1835 aged 77 years.
 
 
PIPER
Erected by Henry Piper of Ballyliedy Gunner of the Royal Navy in memory of his wife Johannah who departed this life 25th October 1828 Aged 35 years  Also his daughter Catherine who died 15th December 1836 Aged 12 years Also his son Henry Blackwood Piper who died 15th January 1837 Aged 10 years

Tender friends a while may mourn
Us from their embraces torn
Dearer better friends we have
In the realms beyond the grave.

Also the above named Henry Piper who died 29th November 1819 Aged 59 years Died on the 18th October 1870 Ellen wife of Henry Piper.
 
 
PURSE
Erected by John Purse to the memory of his mother Sarah Purse, who departed this life December 25th 1858 aged 60 years.  Also his father James Purse who departed this life 26th of June 1849 aged 86 years.