The 13th Light Dragoons rifling Joseph Bonaparte's belongings at Battle of Vittoria. Peninsula War Medal
Chelsea Pensioner Register 1814
|The Waters' cottage at North Drinagh
||The Waters' cottage was alongside the railway line from Wexford to Rosslare on
the edge of Wexford Bay, giving it a panoramic view of the bay.
All that remains today is a clump of trees and shrubs, with a bit of a wall barely visible in the centre.
ERECTED BY EDWARD WATERS IN MEMORY OF HIS FATHER JOSEPH WATERS, DIED 3RD DECEMBER 1868, AGED 92;
ALSO HIS MOTHER ELIZABETH DIED 1ST MARCH 1861, AGED 73. (Elizabeth's burial is recorded at St. Iberius 17th January 1860, aged 80.)
Compiled 2014, updated 2019