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    Formoyle Church
    Formoyle West
    Killonaghan Parish
    CL005-00501-
    Church
    Formoyle Church. The location of Formoyle Church in the Caher Valley. This is an unusual church in that there are gothic styled windows to the north. It was possibly 'T' shaped but evidence for this is somewhat conjectural. The walls survive to a height of 2.1m. The main body of the church is 12.3m x 6.3m. The probable 'T' to the south may have measured 5.5m depth and would have been circa 6m wide.
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    Formoyle Church
    Formoyle West
    Killonaghan Parish
    CL005-00501-
    Church
    Window
    North Wall, Formoyle Church. The north wall of Formoyle Church showing two blocked gothic style windows, height 1.9m, width 1.05m.
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    Formoyle Church
    Formoyle West
    Killonaghan Parish
    CL005-00501-
    Church
    East Wall, Formoyle Church. The east wall of Formoyle Church where no features survive, although it is possible that a window did exist, but this cannot be proven.
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    Formoyle Church
    Formoyle West
    Killonaghan Parish
    CL005-00501-
    Church
    Window
    West Gable, Formoyle Church. The west gable of Formoyle Church where a window survives, width 1.3m.
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    Formoyle Church
    Formoyle West
    Killonaghan Parish
    CL005-00501-
    Window
    Church
    Blocked Window, Formoyle Church. A blocked window in the north wall of Formoyle Church.
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    Formoyle Church
    Formoyle West
    Killonaghan Parish
    CL005-00501-
    Church
    South Wall, Formoyle Church. The corner of the south wall of Formoyle Church. The south wall at the western end forms a corner extending south approx 5.5m. This is the evidence for a possible 'T' or cruci-form layout. The remainder of the south wall is tumbled or completely missing, although some possible foundation stones were noted.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Rathborney Graveyard
    Graveyard
    CL005-02703-
    Grave
    Rathborney Church & Graveyard. Rathborney Church and Graveyard. An impressive single cell church with a carved four-panelled mullioned east window. There is some evidence of cyclopean construction. Ivy growth is on the east and west gables, spreading to the south wall. The church is built within a rath. The walls and gables are full height. The church measures 17M by 6.3M, the walls are 0.8M thick. A large grave yard extending to the south and west. The area to the south is well maintained. To the west is more overgrown grass.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Rathborney Church. The south wall of Rathborney Church. There is an easterly ogee headed window. The door is well made in moulded limestone. The lower jambs are missing. A door pivot and water stoop survive.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    North Wall, Rathborney Church. The north wall of Rathborney Church.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Gable
    Window
    Grave
    East Gable, Rathborney Church. The interior of the east gable of Rathborney Church.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Gable
    Gable. Side view of the east gable of Rathborney Church.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Gable
    Window
    East Gable, Rathborney Church. The east gable of Rathborney Church
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Window
    Window, Rathborney Church. The east window of Rathborney Church is carved and set out in four panels.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Window
    Window, Rathborney Church. A window in the south wall of Rathborney Church
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Doorway
    Doorway, Rathborney Church. External view of the doorway of Rathborney Church.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Doorway
    Holy Water Font
    Doorway, Rathborney Church. Internal view of the doorway of Rathborney Church with a stoup on the left.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Door Pivot
    Door Pivot, Rathborney Church. A door pivot in Rathborney Church.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Holy Water Font
    Stoup, Rathborney Church. A stoup in Rathborney Church.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Gable
    Grave
    Bell-cote
    West Gable, Rathborney Church. The interior of the west gable of Rathborney Church. There is a possible bell-cote, the upper gable is obscured by ivy growth.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Gable
    Bell-cote
    West Gable, Rathborney Church. The exterior of the west gable of Rathborney Church.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Cross
    Cross, Rathborney Church. A cross at Rathborney Church.
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    Church
    Rathborney Church
    CL005-02702-
    Croagh North
    Rathborney Parish
    Plaque
    Kildea, Patrick
    Kildea, Hanora
    Gragans
    Window
    Kildea Plaque, Rathborney Church. The interior of the the window in the south wall of Rathborney Church with a memorial plaque which reads: In memory of Patrick Kildea of Gragans died 5th March 1865(?) aged 75 years. His wife Hanora died 25th March 1893 aged 103 years. (Interred in Australia).