History

John McCullagh November 30, 2006

Charles Ashe was out walking his greyhounds as usual early on the morning of Saturday 28th January 1961 when he stumbled upon a single black shoe lying in the middle of the road a few hundred yards beyond Ellen Vale on the Upper Damolly Road.

John McCullagh November 29, 2006

The small stone building that stands in the centre of the graveyard has often been speculated upon. It is however widely accepted now as the Eastwood Family Vault.

John McCullagh November 28, 2006

On the banks of the River Creggan overlooking the rolling green hills of South Armagh stands Church of Ireland Creggan Church and graveyard. This is now a listed historical building and the grounds are surrounded by an ancient stone wall: her old gravestones stand in stark contrast to the modern housing estate just beyond those walls.