My apologies for the delay – I have just come across your post. No bother. From the booklet of Inscriptions on Memorials of the Dead, there are a few that might be of interest. I have focused on burials in the 19th Century. There were others in the 20th Century. It seems that over that time the spelling fixed on Kavanagh.
In St.Patrick’s Craanford
• James KAVANAGH who died 26th July 1878 aged 80. He had a brother William married to Ellen. There are details on them. No mention of a wife or family.
• James KAVANAGH of Ballygarrett erected a memorial in memory of his father James KAVANAGH who died 20th July 1846, aged 50 years. He had a sister Eliza died 12th September 1855 aged 55 years, and three children who died young.
• Erected by Mary KAVANAGH, Banntown. In memory of her husband James KAVANAGH who died 3rd November, 1897, aged 68 years. Also his wife Mary died on 7th August 1899, aged 66 years
• Erected by James KAVANAGH, Ballygarrett in loving memory of his wife Anne KAVANAGH, died 13th April 1919. Aged 68 years. His daughter-in-law Josie, died 13th February 1925, aged 25 years. And her daughter, Annie aged 13 months. The above James KAVANAGH, died 8th February 1935 aged 87 years. Elizabeth KAVANAGH, died 23rd April 1951, aged 52 years. His son, James KAVANAGH, died 1st October 1966 aged 85 years.
In St.Patrick’s Monaseed
• Erected by James KAVANAGH of Bolinrush in memory of his daughter Mary Anne KAVANAGH who died 21 Jan 1890 aged 19 years. His daughter Catherine KAVANAGH died 19 Oct 1894 aged 21 years. The above James KAVANAGH died April 18 1922 aged 88 years. His grandson James died young. Also his wife Catherine died Sep 30 1928 aged 83 years. Also his daughter Margaret died Decr.3 1938 aged 56 years.
There are no burials in Kilnahue nor Hollyfort.
With best wishes for the Christmas Season.