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The Fenian Memorial was made by Thomas Farrell and Sons but was not allowed to be erected due to a disagreement with the cemetery committee over the proposed inscription. It lay in the stonemasons’ yard for over thirty five years before being erected. It now stands in Glasnevin Cemetery. Those buried here include Terenece Bellew MacManus, John O'Mahony, P.W. Nally, Sergeant McCarthy and N.G.A. founding member James Stritch. The restoration work has been fully funded by the National Graves Association and carried out by Glasnevin Trust on behalf of the N.G.A.