The two-month-old baby sadly dies just weeks after the tragic death of mother Emma Naughton, from Galway

A two-month-old baby has tragically died just weeks after his mother.

Anny Naughton was the adored son of Paul Morrison and his mother Emma Naughton, who died of illness on February 27.

The Galway mum, 25, gave birth to twins in January.

A native of Oranmore, Mrs Naughton is survived by parents Pauline and Tom (Heavey), father John, sister Katie, brothers Jack, Tommy, Noah, stepbrother Dylan, father to their son Paul and extended Naughton, Heavey and O. Conell family.

A message on funeral website, accompanied by a photo, says the child was a “very precious little boy” who will be “very sadly missed and mourned by his loving father Paul Morrisson and twin brother Kai”.

It also added, “From his grandparents, Pauline Naughton and Tom Heavey, his great-grandparents and members of the Naughton, Heavey, Morrison and O’Connell families.”


Danny Naughton tragically passed away on March 21st

Danny’s Funeral Mass of Angels will be held at 10am on Sunday March 27th at the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Oranmore, along with Ms. Naughton’s monthly Spirit Mass.

The obituary concluded, “Danny will be buried with Emma after mass in Rinville Cemetery.”

Ms Naughton was buried in Rinville Cemetery, Oranmore, at noon on March 3, after a requiem mass was held at St Mary’s Parish Church, Athenry.

A message on funeral website read: “After an illness bravely endured, the joy experienced at the arrival of the babies brought to Emma by Danny and Kai was far beyond their dreams.

“Now as she watches over her little ones, may her brave heart and gentle soul rest in peace.”

Following her tragic death, Ms Naughton was paid tribute to by family and friends, who described her as a “strong, beautiful young girl gone too soon”.

Tributes were also paid by members of the Irish classic car community of which she was an integral part.

In a post on Facebook, the Ballinakill Vintage & Classic Owners Club wrote: “Sad news for all in the classic and vintage movement.

“Sincere condolences to the Heavey and Naughton families on the death of Emma, ​​may she rest in peace.”

In 2014 the Ireland Heads West for Emma fundraiser was held at Ballybritt Racecourse for Mrs Naughton who had a rare form of liver cancer called Fibromellar Carcinoma and needed treatment in the USA.

The Vintage Blues & Two clubs said their members were “dismayed to hear the devastating news about this beautiful young lady”.

“We were all so excited to go west in 2014 to help her. The entire vintage community came together to make one of our own,” the club said. The two-month-old baby sadly dies just weeks after the tragic death of mother Emma Naughton, from Galway

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