Maud Jamieson

Condolence Book for

Maud Jamieson

'The Grove', Stranooden, Monaghan / Sutton, Dublin

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Sincere condolences on the passing of Maud, a beautiful, funny and regal story teller.
I had the privilege of getting to know and treat Maud during 2023 and i always looked forward to seeing her, she had a smile that would light up any room and a mischievous glint in her eye. We shared many a giggle, i can still hear her laughter.

May you rest in peace Maud and fly high with the Angels xxx
— Jacqui O'Shaughnessy
I met Maud a few times - in Ballymascanlon with Robert and Irene when we met roughly 1/2 way between Lisburn and Dunsany and more recently when staying with my daughter Ruth in Blackrock - again with Irene and Robert.
We had some lovely chats and Maud was charming
Fortunate to have met Mabel and Irene and Maud and their parents about 1959 and 2 of the nieces in New Zealand in 2000. Sad to think of The Grove being empty
Just heard of Maud's passing from Nancy, Harry's widow through a golfing friend of her's from Ballybay. I wish the girls God's blessing and comfort at this time.
— Marjorie Jamieson ( Alan's widow ) Not his late sister.
So sad to hear of the passing of a beautiful lady. She educated our four children , Damien. Louise, Kate and Ruth in the Burrow School and they enjoyed their years there. She enjoyed the children she told me when we were socialising in the Coulter's wonderful house in Sutton. I shall always remember her lovely friendly smile. May she rest in peace. From all the Cody family.
— Colette and Pat Cody Sutton
Maud was principal in my final years at the Burrow School and a very good friend of my late parents Marian, who was also from Ballybay, and Douglas Carson. My deepest condolences to Maud's family.
— Julie Carson Berndsen
Deepest sympathy to you all. X
— Alfie and Noelyn Moffett
Maud’s death closes a chapter in the history of The Burrow School in Sutton. I was a very young teacher there when Maud became Principal. She took the place by storm and so began a whole new era for the school. She was a dedicated teacher, an excellent leader and a great friend. She was a wonderful mentor to me and I was privileged to work alongside her for many years. I had very big shoes to fill when I succeeded her as Principal.
My sincere sympathy to her many friends and family.
— Hazel McClean
With deepest sympathy on the passing of a dear friend
— Carole Beattie
Heartfelt condolences to all Maud's family. Sorry for your loss.
Maud was my school principal in Sutton and later employed me in her garden later in life. I miss our chats since she returned to Monaghan.
May she rest in peace.
— Keith Pickett
So very sorry to hear of the passing of Miss Jamieson. A lovely lady and my girls were very happy in the Burrow school when she was Headmistress there.
We had a nice chat when i visited her in nursing home during the sumner.
Deepest sympathy to all her family and friends.
— Brenda Alexander
Sincere Condolences to you all on the sad passing of Maud .May she rest in peace.
— Francie and Catherine McEntee Dunraymond.
My deepest Sympathy to all Maud's relatives, neighbours & many friends.
Maud was so good to me while I was in Colaiste Moibhi Shankill. She dressed me up in her beautiful gowns & brought me to posh Dinners in Killiney. She was a very attractive girl. She was fun loving & kind. I tried to get in touch with her when Billy died but failed.
May she rest in peace & rise in glory.
In heavenly love abiding
— Margaret Cowan(Forster) Ballinagh formley of Rockcorry.
A first-rate lady, teacher and Principal.
A reserved, dignified woman of utmost conviction and sincerity who lived her religious devotion through the standards she set everywhere, although she never proselytised. She did not patronise the children she worked with and was an innovative, humane principal who supported her teachers. Through example she brought the best out of everyone.
She will be very sadly missed but her memory will remain a blessing
— Christian Morris
Deepest condolences to Ms Jamieson’s family. She’s been around I realise for most of my life, either as principal in my school or friend of mums who I’d answer phone to and hear about, and it must be a huge loss to you all now she is no longer around. A good sense of humour I recall too! Thoughts are with her extended family
— Louise Coulter
Sincere sympathy to Mauds nieces and their families on her passing.
May she rest in peace.
— Martin and Mary Quinn Ballybay
Maud will be sadly missed. We always appreciated her thoughtfulness and kindness.
— Caroline Boschult (nee Cobine) and family, Nevada
Sincere condolences to you all.
May Maud rest in peace.
Audrey Donnelly.
— Ballybay Post Office.
Sincere condolences to all Mauds family and friends , Maud was such a great Neighbour to my late mum and dad on burrowfield road . Many happy memories and good times may she rest in Powerade.
— Philip Daly
My deepest sympathies to the Jamieson family on the passing of your beloved Maud. My thoughts and prayers are with you all at this difficult time.

Ar dheis Dé go raibh a h'anam dílis
— Niamh Smyth TD, York Street, Castleblayney
So sorry to hear of Maud's passing, she was my teacher when I started school in Derryvalley, such a lovely lady.
Deepest sympathy to her nieces Jan, Sandi & Kathy. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this sad time
— Francie & Eleanor Wilson
Our sincerest condolences on the sad passing of Maud. May she rest in peace.
— Bridie Smyth and family. Dunraymond.
Miss Jamieson was my principal in the Burrow for eight years, but she was more than just that. One cold day in the "big snow" of 1982 school had to be closed early because of the weather, but our mum couldn't collect us because she was teaching in another school and wasn't able to leave her class. Miss Jamieson put the four of us (my two brothers, my sister and me) in her car and took us back to her house for the afternoon. She cooked us sausages for lunch, and we had a brilliant time throwing snowballs and making snowmen in her long back garden until Mum came to collect us. As a principal she was strict but always fair, and we children loved and respected her for that. She was such an amazing lady - and I express my sympathies to all of her extended family on the loss of such an incredible person.
— Sonja Coulter, Dublin
Our sympathy and condolences on the passing of Maud, may she rest in peace
— Anna McShane (nee Duffy) and family, Crossmaglen
May Maud Rest in Peace.
From Mary, Thomas, and Emma Cobine
— The Cobine Family Scotch Corner
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