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Funeral of Mairead Smyth, wife of Meath '49 captain Brian

Friday, 14th February, 2014 7:01pm

Story by John Donohoe
Funeral of Mairead Smyth, wife of Meath '49 captain Brian

Brian Smyth .. bereaved by loss of wife, Mairead (nee O'Brien).

Funeral of Mairead Smyth, wife of Meath '49 captain Brian

Brian Smyth .. bereaved by loss of wife, Mairead (nee O'Brien).

The funeral takes place in Dunboyne on Saturday of Mairead Smyth, a member of the O'Brien family of Skryne and wife of Meath's 1949 captain, Brian Smyth.

She died peacefully at Silvergrove Nursing Home, Clonee, on Wednesday.

Mother of the late Bernard, she will be sadly missed by her loving husband Brian, daughters Dympna and Attracta, daughter-in-law Carol, sons-in-law Tony and Des, grandchildren David, Laura, Niall, Donal, Aoife, Stephen and Orla, brothers Micheal,and Dominic, all her nieces, nephews, relatives and friends. 

Her removal took place tonight from her home, on the Summerhill Road, to Ss Peter and Paul's Church, Dunboyne with Funeral Mass on Saturday at 11am, followed by burial in Batterstown Cemetery.

Sympathy is extended to the Smyth family.

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