Old Killmagh Church and Graveyard, The Glen, Kerry, Ireland – Things to See and Do

  • Author:ActiveME
  • Created: November 5, 2013
  • Updated: December 12, 2017
Location: Kerry
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Killmagh Church (in the Irish language: Cill Imleagh) is traditionally is associated with Saint Fionan, founder on the Monastery on Skellig Michael as well as Monasteries on Inishfallen Island and Aghadoe in Kilarney, Church Island in Waterville and the Derrynane Holy Well here in the Glen.
 

This ancient Church is listed in The Papal Taxation List (1302 -1306) for the Diocese of Ardfert. It was noted in the list of parochial churches in 1622 and again as being in ruins in 1756. The ruins visible today are that of a 19th Century Church built against the northern wall of the original medieval church.

1. Old Killmagh Church and Graveyard, The Glen, Kerry, Ireland - Things to See and Do

Altitude: 27 m
Killmagh Church (in the Irish language: Cill Imleagh) is traditionally is associated with Saint Fionan, founder on the Monastery on Skellig Michael as well as Monasteries on Inishfallen Island and Aghadoe in Kilarney, Church Island in Waterville and the Derrynane Holy Well here in the Glen.
 

This ancient Church is listed in The Papal Taxation List (1302 -1306) for the Diocese of Ardfert. It was noted in the list of parochial churches in 1622 and again as being in ruins in 1756. The ruins visible today are that of a 19th Century Church built against the northern wall of the original medieval church.