Church and Graveyard


Kilfinnane Old Graveyard

This is the old medieval graveyard in Kilfinnane. Still in use by the local community it has been expanded into a cemetery.


SS. Peter and Paul, Kilmallock

A fascinating graveyard in the medieval town of Kilmallock. The Peter Robinson families from south Limerick would have known this town and graveyard. There are a number of later medieval tombs here including one with an effigy of a skeleton on it.




This was the medieval parish church for Liscarroll. 



Situated in Churchtown townland and village this is also known as Bruhenny graveyard. Locked any time we have visited we presume this was not the case in the early 1800s.


St. John's, Buttevant

St. John's was built in 1826, so any of the Peter Robinson families from this area would have probably seen the work in progress before they sailed to Ontario. Situated in Castlelands townland it is part of the old medieval settlement.


Franciscan Friary, Buttevant

Franciscan Friary on Main Street, Buttevant.


St. Mary's, Doneraile, Co. Cork

Easy to find Church of Ireland church & graveyard in Doneraile village.


P59, St. Paul's Church of Ireland, Parson's Hill, Ardmore

Part of the Ardmore Union (Ardmore, Grange & Clashmore) this church (built 1838) was dedicated in 1841. The rector was John Burke Wallace (1829-1871) and he was succeeded by Canon Thomas Robert Rothwell until 1914 and from 1914-1921 under the Rev. William Rennison. Rev.


P55 St. Declan's Catholic Church, Ardmore, Waterford

Built around the time of Catholic Emancipation (1825-37), perhaps  during the pastorate of Fr. Michael Tobin or of Fr. Patrick McGrath succeeded him in 1836 and served for the next ten years, to be succeeded by Fr. Garret Prendergast in 1847 to 1857.

Kilbehenny Old Graveyard

Graveyard with medieaval origins located in the heart of the village.