St Mark's, Ballymore parish church, Tandragee :: Shared Description

St Mark’s (Church of Ireland) sits on a height at the top of Church Street in Tandragee. The history may be found on the church’s website LinkExternal link. The following is a selective extract: “In February 1812 it is understood that the Church on the site was pulled down in order to build a bigger Church as the existing one had become too small for the congregation. During the building, parts of the old walls were disclosed and found to be over 4 foot thick and made of brick. The loopholes and embrasures showed evidence of a fire which records say took place in 1641. . . . . In 1846 the transepts and chancel were added . . . . External renovations and structural repairs were ongoing in the 1900’s and include pebble dash being removed from the outside walls in 1926 and the stones pointed”.
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J0346 : St Mark's, Ballymore parish church, Tandragee (1) by Albert Bridge
J0346 : St Mark's, Ballymore parish church, Tandragee (2) by Albert Bridge
J0346 : St Mark's, Ballymore parish church, Tandragee (3) by Albert Bridge


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Created: Thu, 17 Oct 2013, Updated: Thu, 17 Oct 2013

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