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1831 – St. Mary’s Church of Ireland, Tipperary, Co. Tipperary

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A cruciform structure with pinnacle gables, tower and a graceful spire, was built in 1831. It has two memorials to the soldiers of “The Great War” (1914-1918). On an interior wall at the rear of the church is an engraved brass plaque which is the Abbey Grammar School war memorial and the splendid East Window of the church created in 1917 is a memorial to three members of one family who died within 6 months in 1916, one of whom was the Reverend Bell of St. Mary’s.

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