Kilnaughtin Church & Graveyard

• Kilnaughtin (the Church of Naughtin) is the original name for the Parish of Tarbert, The medieval Church, graveyard and surrounds can be traced back to a 5th /6th century oratory. The historical context of the site is captured on the information panels at the entrance to Kilnaughtin Church & Graveyard. • The present committee are carrying on the work started over 40 years ago by local volunteers and from the continuous feedback we get from Kerry Co Co we oversee one of the most outstanding historical graveyards and medieval sites in Kerry. • The Site is owned by Kerry County Council and is a registered site with the National Monuments of Ireland. Committee Patsy O’Connell (Chairperson), Joe Joe Patwell (Assistant Chairman) Kitty McElliggott, (Joint Treasurer) Brid Histon (Joint Treasurer), Patsy O’Shea, Dave O’Gorman and Paddy Creedon (Secretary) Bridie & Mossie Heffernan , Beatrice Mahony • Our committee of volunteers work directly with Kerry County Council with whom we have an excellent working and professional relationship.

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