Kilbroney Old Church and Graveyard

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Kilbroney Old Church and Graveyard

#1 Post by Connor Sweeney » Fri Aug 11, 2017 10:28 am



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Re: Kilbroney Old Church and Graveyard

#2 Post by Brian » Fri Aug 11, 2017 10:51 pm

Thanks Connor :D

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Re: Kilbroney Old Church and Graveyard

#3 Post by xpaddy » Sat Aug 12, 2017 8:02 pm

Connor - meant to reply to the post
before now.
Kilbroney Graveyard takes me
back to when I was young.
Sunday afts. my cousin and I
would visit there with my Aunt,
and visit our maternal grandparents
graves.
Always got some holy water from
the well.
Was it St Bronagh's?

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Re: Kilbroney Old Church and Graveyard

#4 Post by Connor Sweeney » Sun Aug 13, 2017 6:52 pm

xpaddy wrote:Connor - meant to reply to the post
before now.
Kilbroney Graveyard takes me
back to when I was young.
Sunday afts. my cousin and I
would visit there with my Aunt,
and visit our maternal grandparents
graves.
Always got some holy water from
the well.
Was it St Bronagh's?
Yes St Bronagh's well. It's under the stone building shown at 10 seconds in.

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Re: Kilbroney Old Church and Graveyard

#5 Post by xpaddy » Sun Aug 13, 2017 7:28 pm

Connor - Yes I thought that was
it.
We couldn't leave the graveyard
without taking some holy water
with us.

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