Cavan his native county has a great legacy -a story written in stone.

Third and Fourth Class

Ballinagh Church1869
Ballyjamesduff Convent
Ballymachugh Parochial House 1868
Butlersbridge Church 1863
Cavan Protestant Hall 1859
Cloverhill Church 1857
Cootehill Bank 1869
Corick Church1863
Crosserlough Church1888
Drumalee Church1868
Drumbar Lodge 1868
Drumkeen House 1868
Drumlane Church1868
Killeshandra Church 1863
Killygarry Church 1863
Kilnavart Church 1868
Kingscourt Church 1878
Kingscourt Town Hall 1888
Saint Patrick's College 1871
Swanlinbar Church 1869


Kingscourt Church 1878

Kingscourt Town Hall 1888
We visited some of the churches. Other churches we have been to with our grandparents or relatives.

Milltown church by Dane 6th class.


This church is nearby,
We have relations
in Drumlane so we sometimes
go there.


Drumlane, Milltown 1868


Cootehill Bank building 1859

 


Saint Brigid's Church Killeshandra 1863

This church is in the Parish of Kill. Some of our class have relations there.

Saint Patricks church, Corick 1863

St. Patrick's Church, Drumalee, Belturbet 1868

First and Second Class visited Drumalee with their teacher Mrs Fitzpatrick.

 

 

Saint John's Church Cloverhill
William Hague Senior built this church.
William the architect, his son, possibly designed it , but was very young at the time and we cannot be certain he did.
Crosserlough is near Kilnaleck and it is the name of the parish.
Saint Mary's Crosserlough 1888

Photo P.F. Mills

Saint Felim's Ballinagh 1869

Saint Felim's Church , Ballinagh has been demolished and
replaced by a new church.
This church replaced a famine church in Port nearby.
Kilnavart Church, Templeport 1868

Saint Patrick's College Cavan 1871
The building contractor was also William Hague- the Architect's father. The stone was cut from a quarry near Oldcastle. The sand was taken by rail from Crossdoney and by horse and cart to the site at Cullies, Cavan. Some of our Fathers and Uncles went to school there.
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