ME03017 - CLONEE - Burial ground

You are here Home  > Burial ground >  ME03017 - CLONEE - Burial ground
Item image
Located on the S side of the Main Street of Clonee village. In July 1965 human remains were discovered on a building site. There was no evidence for stones that might have formed the grave lining and the graves appeared to be simple dug graves. A number of clay pipe stems were found in the fill. They were thought to be post-seventeenth-century in date (Cahill & Sikora 2011, vol. 2, 283-284) but may be connected with the medieval chapel (ME051-007----) and its graveyard (ME051-007001-). Compiled by: Geraldine Stout Date of upload: 12 March 2013

Description Source: Department of Housing, Local Government & Heritage

Monument Details

Address:
CLONEE, Meath
GPS:
53.4101, -6.44171
SMRS:
ME051-013----
what3words:
sculptor.embroidery.proud

Nearby Images - Geograph.ie

Nearby Objects - Europeana


Close Reviews

Leave a Review