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1855 – St. James Church of Ireland, Rockcorry, Co. Monaghan

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Architect: William Barre

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Designed by William Barre who died before it was complete, this is a fine little Church of Ireland which has recently had a restoration. The asymmetrically sited tower marks the main entrance, and tapers into am octagonal spire.

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