The Quaker movement, also known as the Religious Society of Friends, was founded in England by George Fox in the mid-1600s. He, not yet a Quaker, first came to Ireland circa 1654 to visit some Quaker families in the townland of Tineil/Tinneel/Tinneely, County Laois, location of this particular cemetery.
The grounds are kept in excellent condition, and contain a number of trees, flowering shrubs and heathers. All headstones are of a similar, plain style, and are of a uniform height, except for three approximately on the surrounding wall.
N.B. Notice the second 'L' in the Malcomson name on image 551.
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