School: Freshford (C.) (roll number 797)

Freshford, Co. Kilkenny
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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0866, Page 385

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traveller for the repose of their souls and that they may both have eternal rest." Under this were the names of the two in whose memory the monument was erected.
During the time of Sir William Morris the cross was taken from Uppercourt gate and was placed on the Square, where it now stands. Unfortunately, the foundation alone remains and the only letters discernible are V. X. O. R.
Over the door of the protestant Church, there is a horseman seated on a horse, and some words in Irish on the stone round the door but I cannot say what they are as I cannot see them to read them.