The Dunsterville Plaque at Buncrana
The Dunsterville Crest
The Brandon Gravestone at Buncrana
The insignia or possible Brandon arms at Buncrana
The Hart Monument at Buncrana
The presence of a deer/stag on the urn may be a reference to the surname Hart.
The 1698? Gravestone at Fahan
This appears to be one of the oldest gravestones in Fahan that was recently cleared revealing the detail. It comemorates Jenat Brown wife of James Dow(---?) the surname could read Dowear, Dowlar, Dowler, Dowlap, Dowlep with an outside chance of Dowcra. The coat of arms depicts a lion rampant and three fleurs-de-lis. The family bearing these arms has not been identified.
The arms of three fleurs de lis and lion rampant at Fahan
The inscription on the 1698 gravestone at Fahan
The inscription appears to read something like:
HERE LYETH THE BODY OF | JENAT BROWN WIFE TO JAMES | DOW(---?) WHO DEPARTED THIS | LIFE YE 6 OCT 1698? IN YE | ? YEAR OF HER AGE ...
Another old gravestone at Fahan carries the arms of a tree at the base of the shield along with two birds. Also in chief above a chevron is a tower and another feature on the right hand side.