It could just be that she was buried without a gravestone. That's how the majority of burials were.
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Elwyn, IrelandXO Volunteer ☘Monday 4th January 2016, 08:11PM
Doneyloop Burying Ground
I have contributed to this cemetery and would confirm the records relate only to burials that FAG contributors have taken the time to add and not a full listing of all internments. As has previously been stated the expense of a headstone was often prohibitive and though a family plot may exist later burials could indeed have a headstone which would not automatically see the inclusion of earlier internments.
A fuller list of burials you may find helpful :-
P McGTuesday 5th January 2016, 12:40AM
Dear P McG and Elwyn - thanks for your replies, and for thanks to P McG for all you have done to document the burials at St. Columba's Doneyloop. I went through your attached listing and noted both Harveys and Laffertys, but not the ones I was looking for, unfortunately. Its a rather depressing thought to think that my relatives may be buried there without a headstone. I will go back to the drawing board and see if I can come at this a different way. Thanks for your help! Mike McDonald
McDonaldMJWednesday 6th January 2016, 06:57PM
The entire graveyard has been photographed now and is available at the links below
Malcolm HoustonWednesday 8th August 2018, 08:33AM