REST IN PEACE: Wicklow Death Notices
Bernard Anthony (Barney) HAYDEN
Bernard Anthony (Barney) Hayden was born in Blacklion, Greystones, Co. Wicklow on the 18th May 1948, the sixth of seven children of Anne (Annie) and James (Jim) Hayden. Barney had Down’s Syndrome and was very fragile at birth, not expected to live beyond a year. Beating all expectations he was honoured with a letter from President Higgins on his 70th Birthday and just a few weeks ago celebrated his 72nd birthday in Watford where he had lived since his family brought him to England in 1957.
Barney had a special relationship with his Aunty Eileen, and Sister Elaine. Aunty Eileen was sister to Jim (deceased) and Bernard Hayden all originally from Delgany. He is predeceased by father, mother, aunty Eileen, sister Elaine and brother John. He will be sorely missed by brothers Liam, Jago, Declan, sister-in-law Mary K Hayden, sister Catherine, Elaine’s daughter Catherine and the many cousins, nieces, nephews, grandnieces, grandnephews, around the world.
Barney died peacefully on 31st May in Watford General Hospital, Hertfordshire, and will be buried with his beloved Aunty Eileen in Redford Cemetery, Greystones, Co. Wicklow.
May his gentle soul rest in peace
A private burial service will take place on Thursday (18th June) at 2.30pm which may be viewed online by clicking here.
Bray, Wicklow / Tyrone
Pearse McMahon of Bray, Co. Wicklow and formerly of Donaghmore, Co. Tyrone, passed away peacefully, on Tuesday 16th June, 2020, in the loving arms of his wife Joan, at St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin. He will be mourned and missed by his wife, brothers-in-law Eamonn and Brian, sisters-in-law Pat and Zita, nieces Eimear, Mykalyne, Patricia, Clare, Orla and Siobhan, nephews Noel, Eugene, Eamonn and Gavin together with their families; also by Joan’s nephew Fearghal and partner Simone and their children Oisín, Anouk, Teddy and Noa and by his extended family, friends and neighbours.
Pearse’s funeral cortege will leave his home on Thursday (June 18) at 10.10am, travelling at walking pace, to the Church of Our Lady Queen of Peace, Putland Road, Bray, arriving for a private family funeral mass at 10.30am, which may be viewed HERE. Should you wish to line the street please do so with social distancing in mind. You may express your support and sympathy or even share a memory of Pearse in the “Condolences” section below.
“May he rest in peace”