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The late Jack Storey, Cappog House, Ballinode, Monaghan

The death has taken place of Edward William John (Jack) Storey, formerly of Cappog, Ballinode, on Saturday 18th January 2020, peacefully in hospital. Sadly missed by his loving wife Anne, deeply regretted by his children Jacqueline, Geoffrey, Robert and Heather and all his grandchildren. Funeral service will take place on Thursday 23rd January 2020 in Ballinode Parish Church Eircode H18 Y523), Ballinode, Monaghan at 2.30pm followed by burial in the adjoining churchyard. Family flowers only please, donations in lieu if desired to Ballinode Parish Church, Ballinode, house private please.
Jack was born at Aughagaw, and later lived at Cappog Lodge, Ballinode. He was educated in Dublin, and became a primary school teacher in Monaghan, teaching through the medium of Irish. He played rugby for Dungannon,  Bedford, Scunthorpe, and Hull. While serving in the RAF he became part of a team responsible for introducing Automatic Data Processing via computers. He set up SEC, a Weighing/Labelling Solutions enterprise in 1970. In later years, he dedicated his time to genealogy and family history, particularly in relation to North Monaghan. His leisure time included country music, movies, watching Ulster Rugby, and taking holidays in the United States. Jack was very active in online history/genealogy forums, and was ever helpful with time, information and resources. We remember him with great fondness.

2 Comments

  1. God be with Jack and all his good people
    Rory Mc Dermott

    Clontoe ,
    Newgarden ,Lisnagry
    County Limerick

  2. I am truly saddened to hear of the passing of Jack Storey late of Cappagh Ballinode. May I please extend my condolences to Jacks dear,wife Anne , God be with her , at this time and hers, wherever they be. His sisters, tall and grand ,I saw them,Valery and ? on the Harry Cassidy school bus from Scotstown. to the Collegiate.(
    I have been following Jack Storey on line for a long time,His on line publications of the big houses of north monaghan

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