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1843 – St. Patrick’s Church, Clonevan, Co. Wexford

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Architect: Frederick Darley

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St. Patrick’s Church at Clonevan (also spelt Clonevin) is in the Church of Ireland parish of Ardamine, County Wexford in the Diocese of Cashel and Ossory. The church was erected ‘by subscription’ (according to Lewis 1837) to a design signed by Frederick Darley Junior, architect to the Archdiocese of Dublin. Later additions built by Joseph Welland and William Gillespie, joint architects to the Ecclesiastial Commission.

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