School: Scairt (C.), Cill Dairbhe (roll number 4127)

Location:
Scart, Co. Cork
Teacher:
Mrs R. Eager

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Local Graveyards

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The Schools’ Collection, Volume 0375, Page 295

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There are five graveyards in the Kildorrery parish.

Mologga in the townland of Ahacross and still in use.
Rockmills in the village of Rockmills contains a church ruin.
Kildorrery in the village of Kildorrery contains a ruined church.
Carrigdounan in the townland of Carrigdounan also has a ruin.
Farrahy graveyard in the townland of Farrahy is about one mile from the village of Kildorrery.
Rockmills Graveyard
Rockmills graveyard is at the Kildorrery side of Rockmills. The entrance to this graveyard is by an iron gate. The ruins is at the far left corner of the graveyard. Of the three walls of the nave less than a foot in height remains. There is a tower in good repair. It covers a square shaped piece of ground. There are three doorways in it. Not far above them four

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Collector
Séamus Mac Cárthaig
Gender
male
Age
12
Informant
Mr Dennis Mac Carthy
Gender
male
Age
73
Language
English