Marble statue of Fitzgibbon in judicial robes.
the right hon. gerald fitzgibbon
lord justice of appeal
chancellor of the united dioceses of dublin
glendalough and kildare
member of the general synod of the church
or ireland from 1874 to 1909
born 1837 — died 1909
Statues in St. Patrick's Cathedral
"More than any other building in Ireland, Dublin's St. Patrick's Cathedral embodies the history and heritage of a nation and its people, from earliest times to the present day."
There are about 200 monuments in St Patrick's Cathedral, comprising everything from the big architectural monuments through brasses, marble statues, marble on the walls, and stained glass. On this website, we include the statues, busts and relief portraits.
- Henry Richard Dawson (1792-1840), dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral.
- Gerald Fitzgibbon (1837-1909), dean of St. Patrick's Cathedral.
- The Marquess of Buckingham (1804-1876), grand master of the Knights of St. Patrick.
- James Whiteside (1804-1876), lawyer.
- John McNeill Boyd (1812-1861), sea captain.
- George Ogle (1742 - 1814), politician.
- Edward Marks (1782-1869), minor canon.
- William Lecky (1838-1903), historian.
- Erskine Childers (1905-1974), president.
- Jonathan Swift (1667-1745), satirist.
- Turlough O'Carolan (1670 - 1738), harper, composer and singer.
- Conolly Norman (1853 - 1908), physician.
- James Cooksey Culwick (1845 - 1907), musician.
- Douglas Hyde (1860 - 1949), scholar of the Irish language.
- Caesar Litton Falkiner (1863 - 1908), lawyer.
- Albert Bruce-Joy (Dublin 1842 - Shottermill 1924),
Irish sculptor, specialized in portrait statues, busts and medallions
Kineton Parkes, Sculpture of To-day (New York 1922 ), pp. 151-153.
Sources & Information
- Victor Jackson, The Monuments in St Patrick's Cathedral Dublin (Dublin, 1987).
Locatie (N 53°20'22" - W 6°16'18")
Item Code: ie085; Photograph: 13 June 2014
Of each statue we made photos from various angles and also detail photos of the various texts.
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