List of Placemarks

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church-1 The Cashel   Circular enclosure of drystone construction measuring 50.5m by 40m. Inside its walls are Teach Molaise or St Molaise’s Chapel, Templenatinny a Church or domestic building, Templemolaise the Mens Church or Monastery, The Leacht (altar) know as Clocha Breaca or cursing stones. The Leacht known as Altarbeg. The Leacht known as the East Altar. Two corbelled Clochauns (beehives) Toorybrennel and Trahannacoreesh. The mens cemetery and various gravemarkers.
chapel-1    Templemolaise   Templemolaise or The Mens Church or Monastery is the first building on your right as you enter the Cashel from the southern entrance 
chapel-3 Templenatinny   Templenatinny or The Church of the Fire is believed to be the kitchen of the Monastery and possibly the only building where fire was allowed. It is situated next to the main beehive or clochaun
rockhouse-2 Toorybrennel Clochaun  Toorybrennel Clochaun is a beehive cell of drystone construction with a corbelled roof situated at the west of the Cashel next to Templenatinny
rockhouse-1 Teachanalais Clochaun  Teachanalais Clochaun or Sweathouse is situated outside the Cashel on the north side
rockhouse-3 Trahannacoreesh Clochaun  Trahannacoreesh Clochaun is a beehive cell of drystone construction situated at the north east arc of the Cashel
catholicgrave-1      Mens Cemetery  Mens cemetery within the Cashel, the Cashel was cloistered and no women were buried within its walls 
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Templenaman   Templenaman or The Womens Church is situated just beyond the turn to the Cashel on the south of the island.

Womens Cemetery  Womens Cemetery and graves at Templenaman. From left to right graves of Margaret Waters, Mary Waters and Ann Manion

number_1 House of Martin Heraughty
number_2 House of Michael Waters   
number_3 House of Dominick ‘Crimley’ Harte 
number_4 House of Francis Heraughty   
number_5 House of Dan Heraughty   
number_6 House of John Boyle   
number_7 House of Michael McGowan   
number_8 House of Henry Brady    
number_9 House of Michael Brady 
number_10 House of Mary Brady 
number_11 House of Joe Donlon   
number_12 House of Dan Heraughty 
number_13 House of Mary Ann Manion 
cross-1 Teach Molaise Stations 1 and 16  Teach Molaise Station numbers 1 and 16. The islands traditional ‘stations of the cross’ started and finished here
cross-2 Laghta Columbkille Station 2  Laghta Columbkille Station number 2 is situated west of Templenaman in an adjacent field
cross-3 Relickoran Station 3  Relickoran Station number 3 is comprised of two enclosures and two leachta one in each enclosure. It is situated near the cliffs south west of the Cashel adjacent to Inishmurray Street
cross-4 Ollamurray Station 4  Ollamurray or ‘Marys Altar’ Station number 4 is situated by a low cliff edge near Clashymore harbour 
cross-5 Trahanaareear Leacht Station 5 
cross-6 Crossmore Leacht Station 6  Crossmore Leacht Station number 6 is situated on moorland overlooking northerly cliffs
cross-7 Tobernacorragh Leacht Station 7  Tobernacorragh Leacht site of Station number 7. No remains of this site were found by the survey team in 1998
cross-8 Lahgta Patrick Station 8  Lahgta Patrick Station number 8 most of the station has disappeared since this picture was taken.The station is situated at Rue point at the east end of the island
cross-9 Treenode More Station 9  Treenode More Leacht or ‘Great Trinity’ Leacht Station number 9 situated south east of the Cashel near the cliffs by Inishmurray Street
cross-10  Treenode Beg Station 10  Treenode Beg Leacht or ‘Small Trinity’ Leacht Station number 10 is now only represented by a low rubble mound and the cross slab has been removed to the schoolhouse for preservation
cross-11 Crossatemple Station 11  Crossatemple Leacht or ‘Station of Mary’ Station number 11 is situated within the cemetery enclosure at Templenaman by the cliff edge
cross-12 Templenaman Station 12  Templenaman Station number 12 (The Womens Church) or Temple Murray (Marys Church) is situated within the north end of the womens cemetery
cross-13 Altarbeg Station 13  Altarbeg Station number 13 is the first altar in front of you as you enter the Cashel from the southern entrance
cross-14 East Altar Station 14  East Altar Station number 14 is situated to the rear of Templemolaise
cross-15 Clocha Breacha Station 15  Clocha Breacha Station number 15
cross-17 Laghtnasaggart Leacht Station  Laghtnasaggart Leacht site of, ‘The Priests’ Leacht and Station. It is situated in low lying peaty wet ground by the north shore
cross-16 Leacht  Former site of a Leacht but now destroyed situated at the junction of a field of dykes on a low hill north east of the Cashel
letter_a Kelp Drying Wall  Kelp Drying Wall situated west of Clashymore harbour, opposite Ollamurray
letter_b Cist Remnants  Bronze age short Cist and possibly a megalithic tomb situated immediately west of Clashymore harbour on cliff edge
letter_c Enclosure  Remnants of sheep pen or crush surviving only to a stones height
letter_d Promontory Fort  Situated on the cliff edge near the extreme western end of the island
letter_e Track  A pronounced linear feature running east/west, possibly a remnant cart track
letter_f Mounds  Large and medium peaty mounds extending over a wide area of moorland, they are probably abandoned turf ricks
letter_g_0 Stone Kerbs  Two groups of edge set stones situated in the northern moorland they may be remnants of funerary monuments
letter_h Structural Remains  Possible remains of a medieval building
letter_i Kelp Walls  Three short low drystone wall remnants lying adjacent to the cliff edge on the northern shore
letter_j Tobernacorragh Well  Tobernacorragh Well, ‘Holy Well’ or ‘Well of the Fair Wind. A mound supports a couple of large slabs which span the wet hollow and remains of a lintelled roof.
letter_k Trahanee  Trahanee is a small drystone enclosure with a south facing entrance that may well be the remnants of a cell or clochaun. It is situated in enclosed pasture overlooking northerly cliffs
letter_l Cairn  Cairn on level ground in flat arable field by the north east shore
letter_m Enclosure  A rectangular setting of stones some 4m square possibly a kelp burning site
letter_n Tobernasool  Tobernasool site of ‘Holy Well’ there are no visible remains of this traditional holy well
letter_o Mill  Vestigial remains of a mill undercroft situated at the outfall of the stream by the womens cemetery
shore-2 Pollnashantunny  Pollnashantunny or Poll a Sean Toinne (Hole of the Strong Wave). A cleft in the cliffs running due north south it is located at the west of the island
museum_archeological Inishmurray Schoolhouse 
harbor Clashymore Harbour  Clashymore Harbour looking west
boat Joe Mc Gowans boat ?  Could the boat in this picture have Joe McGowan on board making another trip to the island with visitors.
sight-2 Cros Mhor or Great Cross  Possible site of Cros Mhor the name implies a Great Cross stood here at one time. Nothing of note marks this area now
sight-3 Kinavally Point  Kinavally or Portiaragh Point situated at the far north west of the island
sight-4 Rue Point  Rue Point situated at the far south east of the island
sight-5 Pier  Concrete Pier situated below the Schoolhouse is where Domick Hartes boat (10 people) and Mike John Bradys boat (11 people) were the last to leave the island on Friday the 12th of November 1948
sight-6 Portachurry  Portachurry or Currach Harbour south of Templenaman