Mason's Parochial Survey, 1814-19

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Union of Noughaval and Carrune

IV. Ancient Buildings, &c.

In Noughaval are the ruins of an old church, connected with which is a glebe land, consisting of about twenty-seven acres, in five divisions; and, except about two acres, it consists entirely of rocky pasture. There is one castle, and the ruins of two more, and three of what are called Danish forts. In Carrune are the remains of three old churches, a small glebe of about one acre and a half, and the remains of two old castles, and five of what are called Danish forts. There are no traditions current with respect to any of these.

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