Very Rev. Canon James M. Cashman PP


Parish Of Birth

Colleges Attended
St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth Co Kildare, Ireland

Details Of Ordination
St. Patrick’s College Chapel, Maynooth, Co. Kildare

Innishannon PP : 30/1/1954 – 12/5/1963

South Parish CC : 15/8/1931 – 30/1/1954

Bantry CC : 3/2/1929 – 15/8/1931

Haulbowline CC : 5/10/1924 – 3/2/1929

Chaplain, Presentation Convent, Crosshaven : 22/7/1922 – 5/10/1924

Monkstown CC : 10/10/1920 – 22/7/1922

Ministry Abroad/ Portsmouth, England : 1915 – 1920

Appointed Canon of the Cathedral Chapter on the 3/7/1962.

Canon Cashman was a relative of Very Rev. W.J. Cashman, P.P., Muintervara (1962-1964), an uncle of Very Rev. Canon Eugene(Eoin) Cashman, P.E., Ballinlough (1989-2002). He was a first cousin of Most Rev. Dom. Finbarr Cashman, Abbot of Mount Melleray.
Canon Cashman played an active role in Bishop Lucey’s “Rosary of Churches”
Canon Cashman was a life-long supporter of athletics and was the founder of St. Finbarr’s Athletic Club(Cork)

Date Of Death

Place Of Death
Parochial House, Upton, Innishannon

Place Of Burial
Knockavilla Cemetery, Upton, Co. Cork

The celebrant of the Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Patrick’s Church, Knockavilla was, Fr Eoin Cashman, C.C., Bantry (nephew); deacon was, Very Rev. Thomas Canon O’Keeffe, P.P., Glanmire, sub-deacon was, Very Rev. Robert V. Canon Powell, Adm. Cathedral, and the master of ceremonies was, Very Rev. Daniel Canon Connolly, P.P., Ss. Peter & Paul’s.