War Graves in Drogheda (St Mary’s) Churchyard

Drogheda (St Mary’s) Church of Ireland Churchyard,

Co Louth, Ireland


Location:  St Mary’s Churchyard, Co Louth, Ireland

Further details of this churchyard can be viewed here


“Cheltonians” buried in this Cemetery

Lieutenant Colonel Oliver Goldsmith IEVERS, Special List, GSO2 Irish Censor Department, is buried in plot 37A in the churchyard.  

He died of illness on 12th February 1916, aged 53.

Lt Col Ievers is commemorated on theCheltenham War Memorial.

His parents, Captain Henry Rogers Ievers and Mrs Eliza Anderson Rehe Ievers, once resided at 4 Clarence Square, Cheltenham.  

He left a widow, Mrs Jane West Babbington Shaw Stewart Ievers who later resided at Coombe Lodge, Alcombe, Minehead, Devon.



The photos of the headstone and church is © CopyrightKieran Campbell and his permission for these to be

reproduced here is much appreciated.




Page last updated:  1st December 2015


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