Annie Ardnacassa Obituary, Death – It is with the utmost regret that we have to share with you the tragic news that follows regarding the passing of a gentle and sympathetic spirit who was cherished by a great number of people in Longford and other locations. Annie Hayden (née McCabe), who resided in Ardnacassa on the Dublin Road in Longford Town in the county of Longford, passed away recently. Her former place of residence was in Longford.

The mourners at The Longford Eye, including its employees and management, would like to extend their most sincere condolences to the departed person’s loved ones and friends. We would like to take this opportunity to extend an invitation to each and every one of our readers, asking them to share their condolences and/or provide feedback on this post. Those who are going through a difficult time because of their loss may find a lot of comfort in it.

May their soul rest in peace is a common Irish expression that can also be written as “Ar dheis Dé go raibh an n-anamacha.” Annie Hayden, formerly McCabe, lives at Ardnacassa on the Dublin Road in Longford Town, in the county of Longford in Ireland. Annie, contentedly dozing off in the comfort of her own home. Her husband Tom, daughters Jackie, Fiona, Bronagh, and Deirdre, sister Bea, brothers Mick, Packie, and Jim, sons-in-law Andrew, Stephen, and Ger, grandchildren Gareth, Emma, Kerri, Leah, Ciara, Oli, Christopher, Henry, Tom, Ben, James, and Conor, great-grandchild Killian, sisters-in-law, and brothers-in-law are just some of the members of her family who will miss

I hope that she is at peace for all of eternity.
On Sunday, November 20, at six o’clock in the evening, prayers will be held at Glennon’s Funeral Home on Ballinalee Road. The wake will begin at four in the afternoon on the same day. At eleven in the morning on Monday, November 21st, there will be a Mass of the Resurrection celebrated in St. Mel’s Cathedral. Following the Mass, the burial will take place in Newtownforbes Cemetery.