Graveyard

 

Holy Cross, Charleville

Charleville is a town on the border between counties Limerick & Cork. Holy Cross graveyard is situated in Co. Cork. Also known as Rathgoggan graveyard, from the townland (Rathgoggan South) in which it is situated. This was the medieval parish church and has an associated holy well.

 

Garryhintoge

Garryhintogue graveyard also known as Aglish. Contains 18th century headstones and also the ruins of a parish church which may be later medieval in origin.

 

Templetaggart

Within Doneraile parish and close to Kilcolman Castle made famous by its association with Spenser. This historic graveyard is situated in a hotbed of Irish history, the lands here about being contested during and after the Munster Plantations & the Cromwellian transplantations.

 

Oldcourt

An historic graveyard between Doneraile & Buttevant, overlooking the Bregoge river, a tributary of the Awbeg river which flows through Doneraile.

 

Kildorrery Graveyard

Medieval Church Ruin which gave Kildorrery its name 'the Church of the Oaks'.

Early ledger slabs in Ivy
 

Ivy church and graveyard

The Ivy Chapel and graveyard is approximately 1 mile from Mountmellick on a hidden lane off
 

Clonfert

The graveyard is c. 1km west of Newmarket. It is and has been the main burial place of the McAuliffe Clan for generations.
Visit Clonfert graveyard on http://historicgraves.com/graveyard/clonfert/co-clft

Roundtower from northeast
 

Roundtower & Graveyard

The Roundtower, cathedral, oratory and graveyard sit within a much larger medieval enclosure. An inner enclosure marked by the graveyard wall and an outer enclosure can be seen in the field to the west.

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