Tombstones at Corcagh cemeterycontributor: Paul Burns
Corcagh cemetery across field from road
This is the site where St Patrick supposedly said mass at Aughris Head.
The well appeared during the mass. The pile of stones in the foreground is because
supplicants each throw one on the pile (I did too)
Names on Corcagh tombstones
| BattleBeglaneBurkeBurnsCahanyCartyCawleyClarkeCoganConnilanConnellanConnollyConmeCooneyCoxton|| DodiganDowdicanDunnDunne (2)DwyerFarryFinegan (2)Finnegan (4)FlatlyFlatleyFlattleyFlannelly (11)Foley (2)|| GallagherGiblinGilganGilhooleGilliganGilmartin (2)GolachinGolden (8)|| HarraghyHeagertyHealeyHealy (4)HegartyHelly (2)Henry (2)HigginsHorronbyHowleyJordan|| Kearns (3)KearryKellyKennedyKeraneKilcullinKilgallonKillmartinLynott|| Marley (2)MartinMcAndrew (2)McCloatMcGowan (2)McGuire (4)MeehanMulliganMurryMurphyOatsO'BrienO'DowdRooney (2)ScanlonSexton Wood|
Tombstone map (obscured by moisture inside)
This is a view of Aughris Head,
about a two mile scenic walk along the shore from the pier.Disclaimer:there may be errors due to transcription ofinformation from both early and late (current contributors) work.