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Agha
Agha Church near to Hooper's Cross Roads, Rathedan and Cloneen Bridge, Carlow.
Source: Ireland © Copyright Liam Murphy and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence http://www.geograph.ie/
Aghade
All Saints Church (C of I)
Aghade, Co. Carlow. (Roger Nowlan)
Ardoyne
Holy Trinity Church (C of I)
Ardoyne, Co. Carlow.
Ardristan
Ardristan Church,(Ruin) Co. Carlow
Little is known about this church but it clearly medieval and built in the Gothic style. There is a memorial to people who died in the 1798 rebellion there and steps leading to the graveyard.
Source:http://catholicheritage.blogspot.com
Ardattin
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Ardattin, Co. Carlow
Church of the Immaculate Conception, Ardattin, Co. Carlow.
Askinagap
Church of Our Lady Askinagap
This is the most easterly church in the diocese of Kildare and Leighlin, in the parish of Hacketstown. It was built around 1820 and renovated in the 1970s.
Bagenalstown
St. Andrews Church Bagenalstown. Co. Carlow
Bagenalstown
St. Mary's Church Bagenalstown.
Source: http://stmarysnsbagenalstown.ie
Ballinabranna
(Ballinabranagh Ė Baile na mBreatnach)
St. Fintan's Church Ballinabranna Co. Carlow.
Images by W. Muldowney c2006
Ballinacarrig

Site of old Ballinacarrig Church (Ruin), Graveyard and school. Image
Source: OSi Maps
Ballinkillen
St. Lazarianís Church, Ballinkillen
Bennekerry
St. Maryís Church Bennekerry
Borris
The Sacred Heart church and school, Borris, Co. Carlow
Ballymurphy
St. Patricks Church, Ballymurphy.
 Image c.2007. Built in 1846
Source: http://www.geograph.ie
Ballyconnell
Saint Mary's Church Ballyconnell
Ballyellen
Ballyellen Church (Ruin), Co. Carlow.
(Roger Nowlan)
Ballinkillen
St Lazerian's Church Ballinkillen
Barragh
Barragh Church and Carnavane Well.
Source: http://www.myshalldrumphea.com/
Ballon
St Peter & Paul Church Church. Ballon. Co. Carlow
 (Roger Nowlan)
Clonmore
Clonmore Church and graveyard
 Little now remains of the very early monastery founded on this site by St. Mogue, in the sixth century. A pleasant concentration of ancient crosses and other early Christian artifacts survive.
Source: http://www.geograph.ie/
Clonmore
Our Lady of the Wayside, Clonmore
Clongegal
St. Brigid Church. Clongegal. Co. Carlow. Built in 1824 by Hickeys, Kilcarry. Style: BarnĖtype. (Image from Roger Nowlan)
Clonegal
 
Church of Ireland St Fiaac's Church, Clonegal
Photo by Nigel Waugh
Closutton
Killinane Church, Closutton, Co. Carlow.
Located between Leighlinbridge and Bagenalstown. see text
Carlow
Askea Holy Family Parish Church
Browneshill Road, Carlow
Carlow
St. Anne's Church, (demolished) Athy Road. Carlow.
Source: The Nationalist Nov 2009
Carlow
Scots Church, Athy Road, Carlow
Image: W. Ellis
Carlow
St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church Carlow
(Now know as Cathedral of the Assumption)
Carlow
The Carlow Methodist Church, Athy Road. Carlow.
Carlow Methodist Church, Athy Road. Carlow.
This image appeared in the Carlow Nationalist April 1998.
Carlow
St. Maryís Parish C of I Church, Carlow
Coolalaw
Coolalaw church near Clonmore, Carlow, Ireland
Source: http://www.geograph.ie/photo/708057
Cloydagh
Cloydagh St. Johns Church, County Carlow
Image by W. Muldowney c2006
Drumphea
Drumphea Chapel from the north
Drummond

St. Brendan's Church, Drummond. Carlow
Dunleckney

Dunleckney Church (ruins)
Fennagh
All Saints Church of Ireland. Fennagh.
Grange
Church of St John the Baptist, Grange.
Source: Tullow Parish Websites
Glynn
St  Mullins RC Church Glynn
Graiguecullen
St. Clare's Church, Graiguecullen
Eaglais n. Clair agus Clochar n. Clair
Hacketstown
St John the Baptist. The church is dated from around 1803 and is of Barn Style. The building Pastor was Fr John Blanchfield PP.
Killinane

Killinane Church, Closutton, Co. Carlow. Located between Leighlinbridge and Bagenalstown.
Killamoate
 
The Church of Our Lady, Killamoate
Killerig

St. John the Baptist Preceptory Church Killerig (in ruin) and graveyard Co. Carlow
Kilquiggan
St. Finainís Church Kilquiggan, Co. Carlow
Killedmond

St. Peters church, Killedmond, built about 1840 and consecrated in 1846. A major benefactor of Killedmond Church was the Butler Family of Mount Leinster Lodge. Source: http://www.dunleckneyparish.ie/node/16
Killeshin
Holy Cross RC Church, Killeshin
Photo by W. Muldowney
Killeshin/ Graiguecullen
Church of Ireland Church
Location: Ballickmoyler Road, Graiguecullen.
Killeshin
Killeshin Romanesque Old Church
Kildavin
St Lazarian's RC Church Kildavin
See: Kildavin
Kildavin
St. Paul's Church, Kildavin Church of Ireland
Knockananna
Church of the Immaculate Conception Knockananna. Co Wicklow in the Parish of Hacketstown
Killoughternane.
St. FortiarnŠnís church (In ruins) Killoughternane.
Kinneagh

Kinneagh Parish Church of Ireland, Ballyhackett, Tullow.
Kellistown
Kellistown Church, near Rathoe co Carlow
Photos by Keith Dowling (Flicker)
Kellistown Parish Church
Lorum
The Church of the Good Shepherd Lorum Church of Ireland Church.
Leighlinbridge
St. Lazerian's Church, Leighlinbridge. Co Carlow. This church has a round bell-tower.
Linkardstown
Linkardstown Church (Ruin)
View of the remains of an old church and cemetery located in the Linkardstown townland just south of Tinryland. Source: http://nolanfamilies.org/gallery/thumbnails.php?album=27&page=1
Myshall
Adelaide Memorial Church of Christ the Redeemer in Myshall.
Image & text From Wikipedia
Myshall
Catholic Church of Exaltation of the Holy Cross, Myshall. Co. Carlow.
Photograph belongs to Christopher Ryan
Myshall
Romanesque church that Finian founded in the sixth century
Nurney
St John's Church, Nurney, Co. Carlow
Source: Geograph British Isles project
Newtown
St. Patrickís Church, Newtown
Old Leighlin
St. Lazerian's Cathedral. Old Leighlin
Rathoe
St. Patrick's Church in Rathoe, Co. Carlow
Images by Linda Rogers c2006
Rathvilly
St Mary Church of Ireland Rathvilly, Co Carlow
Rathvilly
St Patricks Church, Rathvilly, Carlow
St Patricks Church, Rathvilly, Carlow
Rathana
St. Anne's Belfry. Rathana
Rathana
St. Fortchern Church. Rathana
Coolalaw
Coolalaw church
Shillelagh
Shillelagh Church This fine Church is located on a hill overlooking the town of Shillelagh
Staplestown
St. Mary's Church, Staplestown.
Source: Google map
Slyguff
Hand drawing of the ruin of St. Bridget's church at Slyguff by R.F.
Source: Reynolds Fieldcrest 199
St. Mullin's
St. Mullin's Graveyard
Images: J. Brennan and Carlow Library)
St. Mullin's
St. Mullin's (St. Moling) in Co. Carlow.
Images: J. Brennan and Carlow Library)
Tinryland
St. Josephís Church
Tinryland, Co. Carlow
Tullow
Church of the Most Holy Rosary, Tullow.
Source: Tullow Parish Websites
Tullow
St Columbia's Church
St Columbas Church, Tullow.
St Columba's Church of Ireland was erected in the years 1830-1831. It was the third of three church buildings to stand on this site in Church Street, Tullow. A vestry was built in 1861. Renovations were carried out in 1893. This is a view from the back of the church
Carlow County Library
Templepeter
Thomas Sunderland's photograph of Templepeter, May 1993. A small church and graveyard from around the 17th century. The church and graveyard are located a short distance from the main Ballon to Carlow road.
Urglin/Rutland
St. Mary's Church, (Rutland Church)
 Urglin or Rutland.
Memorials to members of the Duckett family were erected inside Rutland Church to which the Duckettís were generous benefactors. In 1855 William Duckett and Joseph F. Duckett each donated £5, and John Duckett gave £3 towards the cost of a new school in Rutland. An organ, which is still in use in the church, was donated to the parish by William Duckett in 1878
Ullard
Ullard 12th century Church, Co. Carlow
Source: http://countytops.wordpress.com/
Wells
St. Andrew (R.C.). The remains of Wells Church, Co. Carlow
Source: Google Maps

 

 
 

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