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| Intro | Views | Recovered Stonework | Flannelly Extract | Ordinance Letters Extract |

Kildermott Abbey, Attymass

Kildermott Abbey

Kildermott Abbey

According to P. Flannelly 1 : " The naïve measures 28” x 16” on the inside and had walls
over 2” thick standing on plinths 7” wider. The chancel is 16” x 11.1/2”...

The gable and south wall of the chancel are practically entire and about three fourths of the North wall stand. The complete sidewall is 9” high on the outside, measured from the plinth, and it is six inches wider than those of the naïve. The stones are large, the largest being 43” x 15” x 14”, are uncoursed and are embedded in mortar."

Close up of the remaining window

Above: detail of the window - internal view.

1 P. Flannelly's handwritten manuscript The Ecclesiastical History of Attymass. Full transcription in the Historical Documents Archive.

| Intro | Views | Recovered Stonework | Flannelly Extract | Ordinance Letters Extract |