Bridget (Bridie) Kennedy

Condolence Book for

Bridget (Bridie) Kennedy
(née Smee)

The Limes, Abbey Road, Thurles, Tipperary

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Sincere sympathy to the Smee and Kennedy families on the passing of Bridie may her gentle soul rest in peace
— Michael and Margaret Corcoran The Heath Thurles
Sad to hear of Bridie's passing. We have lots of memories of her over her many, many years. A powerful woman, with or without the bicycle. A great one to be beside at a party, to slip a young lad few bob, or for the inside track on a match.
Gone but not forgotten for sure.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h-anam dílis.
Sinéad, Stephen & Milo McCormack
— Sinead McCormack (Curran) & family
Deepest sympathy to Bridie’s relatives and friends on her sad passing. May she rest in peace.
— Marjorie O’Brien (McGrath), Killenaule.
Our sympathy to the Smee and Kennedy families and extended family on the passing of Bridie . May she rest in peace.
— John and Bridget Ryan and family Seskin Thurles
So sad to hear of Bridies passing, she was always a true lady and growing up we loved stopping for a chat with her as she made sure we got across the road safely from Peg Meaghers shop. She was always so caring. May her gentle soul rest in eternal peace.
— The Collins Family, Ard na Croise
We wish to extend our sincere Sympathies to The Smee and extended families Hospital of the Assumption Community on the Death of Bridie Rip
— Darmody Family New Hill Two Mile Borris Thurles
Deepest sympathies to the Kennedy and Smee families on the sad passing of Bridie. Always a very pleasant and kind person may her gentle soul rest in peace.
— John J Shanahan, Thurles
Sincere sympathy to Bridie's family and friends. Such a great age,may she rest in peace.
— Willie Campion,Johnstown.
Deepest sympathy to Bridie's relatives and friends on her sad passing. May she rest in peace.
— Tom &Josie Byrne
Sorry for your loss
— Peter o dwyer
My condolences to Bridie’s relatives and friends especially the extended Kennedy families May she rest in peace.
— Bridget Hickey McGreal
My deepest condolences to all of Mrs Smee's family and friends.

She was such a wonderful neighbour to us in Abbey Road. I have so many memories from my childhood with Mrs Smee, my grand aunt Peg Maher, Mrs Hayes and Mrs Stieglitz. I found a picture of Peg and Mrs Smee only recently and was trying to enquire as to when and where it was taken.

May her gentle soul Rest in Peace.
— Denise Taylor
Memories revisited and relived

The news of the sad loss to the Smee and Kennedy family rekindle so many kindnesses. Heading over to Peg Mahers for treats for Sat night and being accompanied up to the light at the end of Ardnacroise for fear of the dark. The days throwing in turf to the shed in the yard being reassured how good I was at turf-man-ship. Never really believing I was that good but it was such a kind thing to exaggerate to boost a young lad. Piking hay in the hay barn when Bridie and Martin threw up the hay while armed with hay fork the job was to compact the bench. The special memories of sunny days, bringing home hay on the horse drawn cart … the winching up the hay cocks on that cart and waiting for that click which secured the cock on the cart and meant we were back to town. The smell of freshly baked ‘currnie’ cake salvaged from the bastible near the open fire, with lashings of butter and jam and Bridie making sure you had enough.
These and lots of other memories live long in my heart, most especially the thoughtful, kindness that was the regular experience of a small boy, continuing to warm the heart of an older boy.
— Denis Dennehy
Deepest sympathy to all Bridies family on Bridies passing Have lovely memories growing up meeting her RIP Bridie
— Brid Kennedy nee Dennehy
Sincere sympathies to all of Bridie's cousins the Smee,Dwan,Hackett,Colman and Kennedy families on the very sad passing of a beautiful lady.So many great memories of times past on the farm in Abbey Road.May the Lord have mercy on your gentle soul Bridie.
— Pat Hayes and Sinead Ni Riain,Cassestown,Thurles.
Rest in Peace Bridie , you will be sadly missed in unit B, my deepest condolences to all your family and friends .
— Marie Davern
Sympathy to the Smees and Kennedy families on the passing of Bridie,May her soul R i p
— Bibi Condon
Many happy memories of childhood summers spent with you on the farm, my father Edward’s second home.

May you Rest in Peace, dear Bridie.
— Lorna Garety (nee Gannon)
Deepest Sympathy to all Bridies relatives, what a beautiful person she had time for everyone it was such a pleasure to have a lady like her in our midst. Rest in Peace Bridie.
— Eddie Ryan 8 Ard Na Croise.
Deepest sympathy to all Bridie’s relations on her sad passing.May she rest in peace.
— John & Martine Moloney,Lisdonowley,Moyne
Sincere condolence to the Kennedy and Smee families on the passing of Bridget. May her gentle soul Rest in Peace.
— Vincent and Ann Norton and Family Graiguewood
Sincere sympathy to the Smee Dwan Curran Crone and Hackett Comans Families Bridie was a lovely neighbour always there to offer help if needed she was a kind and thoughtful Lady May her gentle soul rest in peace Eileen Aherne and Family
— Eileen Aherne
Our deepest sympathy to all of Bridy's relations at this very sad time.She was a fountain of information about the history of Thurles. She will be sadly missed. May she rest in peace.
— John & Ann o Dwyer Beakstown Holycross
My sympathy to all Bridie’s family on her sad passing.What a wonderful person.It was a pleasure to have looked after her for all these years.Rest in peace Bridie.
— Margaret Byrne Hospital of the Assumption
My sincere condolences to Bridie's cousins and all her dear friends. I knew Bridie Smee as I knew her by, she was a beautiful lady, always ready for a chat. I remember her tatch house and there was always a warm welcome when I called to see her. Rest in peace now Bridie.
— Josephine Lowry Holycross Thurles
Bridie Smee as I always knew her,rest now in heavenly peace,thank you for all the happy childhood memories, at the open hearth fire of warmth and welcome. From the limekiln to the quarry,from the haggard to the meadow in the Heath,from the dairy to the orchard,to Stevie guiding Moll drawing in the trams of hay,the rocking chair in the parlour and the pint measure hanging on the bucket of milk under the kitchen window for all who called for milk.Oh so many memories, friendship for all the cousins who called,a familiar presence with the bicycle up and down over the bridge. The last of the old stock from the thatched house that was a land mark in it's day.United now with Martin,your parents Ann and Stevie, an eternal reunion in the company of the blessed, at home and at peace. Sympathy to all Bridies cousins,to all the staff at the Community Hospital for their care and kindness to Bridie. In prayer and friendship let us carry her in our hearts.Sincerely,your dear friend and neighbour, fr Conor 🙏.
— Fr Conor Hayes, Templemore.
My sincere condolences to the Kennedy and Smee families, to the Dwan, Curran, Cronin and Hackett-Comans families, to the the staff and residents at the Community Hospital of the Assumption and to all who knew and cared for Bridget.

May her soul rest in eternal peace.
— Michael Lowry TD
Sincere condolences to all of Bridies family on her passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this sad time. R.I.P
— LloydsPharmacy Thurles
Sincere sympathy to all Bridies relatives and friends.
She was a class mate of our mother Hannie Stakelum and was always referred to as Bridie Smee in our household.
We met her pre elections in 2014 & 16 and she was always so friendly and chatty about mam and their friendship.
May the all & Bridie rest in peace.
— Kay Cahill Skehan & Jackie Cahill TD
My sincere sympathy to family of Bridget May her soul Rest in Peace
— Cora McConn Co Laois
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