Location: Near Cloghans cemetery, Kilbelfad parish, 5 miles SW of Ballina
Map: 54.06486 N, 9.214666 W
Number of headstones: 40+ legible headstones
Date range: 1746 to 1981 (observed)
Recorded: all legible headstones photographed April 2011
The old font inside the partially restored church ruins.
This very old graveyard is situated in Glebe townland, Kilbelfad parish, County Mayo on the south side of Cloghans cemetery and close to the east shore of Lough Conn. The newly erected sign states that the partially restored old church dates back to about 1200 AD. On the 1838 Ordnance survey map, the church is labelled "Templeancloghan church (in ruins)". Only a few graves have legible headstones and most seem to have no markers at all.
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