Killucan (County Westmeath)
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People are not sure how it is called the name Killucan, but sources say its taken from the Church of Lucan which is now known as the given name. An abbott known as lucan who is believed to have established a church in the Location. The church which was found had only survived to the middle ages and now there is no evidence of the remaining ruinage. Now the church that the community have today was founded in 1802 and inside the church lies a 13th century chalice and on the other side of the church is a 15th century medieval tomb.
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