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Derrynoose Church
 

County

Armagh

Coordinates

N 54° 13' 57.0"   W 006° 47' 03.24"

Nearest town

Keady

Grid Ref.

H 79264 31296

Map No.

28

Elevation a.s.l. (m)

163

Date of visit

Thursday 2 July 2015

GPS Accuracy (m)

2
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The northeast corner of the church wall is all that remains of the building.


Almost nothing remains of this old church apparently built in 1622.
What we see today is the northeast corner of the original building, a portion of wall about 5 metres high locally known as The Pillar. Another segment of wall lies to the south. Among these ruins are to be found some 18th century grave markers.
The Stations of the Cross are to the northeast of the ruins.
As I said, nearly nothing remains, but it is nonetheless a place to see while visiting St. Mochua's holy well.


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