Athy, Blake, Bodkin, Browne, D'arcy, Deane, Font, French, Joyce, Kirwan, Lynch, Martyn (Martin), Morris, Skerrett.
Photograph from St Nicholas's Cathedral, Galway
Photographs from Eyre Square, Galway
Photographs from the French Mausoleum in Monivea
Browne Arms and Crest
French Arms and Crest
Athy Arms and Crest
Bodkin Arms and Crest
Martyn Arms and Crest
The impaled arms of French and Font from High Street, Galway
Bishop Michael Browne was Bishop of Galway & Kilmacduagh (1937-76). He was responsible for building the Cathedral of Galway that was dedicated on 15 August 1965. It is dedicated to Our Lady Assumed into Heaven and Saint Nicholas. The above arms are in the Cathedral and they are the arms of the diocese impaling Browne. The arms of the diocese are divided in three, presumably representing the dioceses of Galway, Kilmacduagh and Kilfenora.