TermonmaguirkCounty Tyrone

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This church was built shortly after the Great Famine and consecrated in 1859.

  • Saint Columbcille is said to have come to this parish sometime in the 6th century and he or one of his monks founded a monastery here.

  • The first chapel in Carrickmore, dating back to monastic times, stood on the north side of Mullinalap.

PRE-FAMINE CARRICKMORE

Prior to the erection of this church, Roman Catholic parishioners would have likely attended the RC chapel at Rocktown aka Creggandevesky.

PARISH REGISTERS

To search for baptism and marriage records in old Parish Registers for Carrickmore (which was part of of the RC parish of Termonmaguirk) click HERE

  • Other RC chapels in this parish were at Aghogogan, Drumduff, CregganLoughmacrory, or the altar (mass-rock) at which the R.C. clergy of the parish of Cloghany officiated in SW Termonmaguirk). 

BURIALS & GRAVES

See Carrickmore Catholic Cemetery on the Creggan Road. 


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References

History of St Columbcille Church, Mass times etc Ireland VIEW SOURCE

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