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St John the Baptist, Killone

Augustinian convent

The church has an undivided nave and chancel, with the E end raised approx. 0.9 m over a vaulted crypt. The E wall has two ...

Killyleagh

Graveyard

A loose jambstone was found in the graveyard of the 15thc. church in Killyleagh. It was discovered by Dudley Waterman in the late 1960s following ...

Kilmacduagh

Ruined church, formerly Augustinian abbey

The church consists of a nave measuring 17.25 m x 6.8 m internally and a chancel 5.76 m in length. A later range of conventual ...

Kilmacduagh Cathedral

Cathedral church

Nave and chancel with transepts added later. W gable has blocked trabeate doorway with inclined jambs. Plain round-headed window in S wall of nave, splayed, ...

St Maolcethair/St Malkedar, Kilmalkedar

Ruined church

Nave and chancel church, roofless. Nave 8.28 m x 9.4 m with antae and steeply pitched gables. The nave was originally barrel-vaulted, with a step ...

St Molaise, Kilmolash

Church (ruin)

Nave and chancel church. The nave and E wall are largely 15thc., the side walls of the chancel (5.5m x 4.4 externally) are 12thc. The ...

St Mogua, Kilmoon

Parish church

A ruined church 15.8 m x 5.48 m (Westropp). An Early Christian church site, with 15thc additions to church. There is a holy well in ...

Kilmore

Cathedral church

Kilmore Cathedral is a 19thc. Gothic building which contains a Romanesque doorway built into the N wall of the vestry (located in the angle of ...

All Saints, Kilnwick-on-the-Wolds, Yorkshire, East Riding

Parish church

The church, which was heavily restored in the 19thC, consists of a nave with a N aisle and a chancel, all of ashlar. The W tower ...

St Helen, Kilnwick Percy, Yorkshire, East Riding

Redundant parish church

Kilnwick Percy is a hamlet in the East Riding of Yorkshire, 1.5 miles NE of Pocklington.  According to Pevsner and Neave, ‘The hall and church ...

St Mary, Kilpeck, Herefordshire

Parish church

Kilpeck church is a three-cell building consisting of nave, chancel and rib-vaulted apse, all dating from the 12thc. At the west end of the nave ...

Kilree

Ruined church

An Early monastic site with a ruined nave and chancel church, a round tower and small high cross, within a walled enclosure. The nave is ...

Kilrush

Heritage Centre

Romanesque fragments stored in an office of the Scattery Island Centre in Kilrush. For a description of the site itself, see Scattery Island.  The stones ...

Kilsheelan

Church (ruin)

Nave and chancel church, with N doorway, S window in nave, and plain chancel arch. Only part of the S wall of the chancel remains. ...

Kiltartan

Church (ruin)

Ruined rectangular nave, ivy-covered, with walls and gables mostly intact, used as a graveyard. Plain, narrow N and S windows, round-headed, with one recessed order ...

Kilteel

Church (ruin)

Ruined church, with unaisled nave and chancel and the remains of a Romanesque chancel arch. The building has a complex history. It began as a pre-Romanesque ...

St Mary, Kilve, Somerset

Parish church

Kilve is a village in the W of the county, 5 miles E of Watchet and less than a mile S of the West Somerset ...

Kilvoydaune

Church (ruin)

A few fragments from the levelled church are in the graveyard, one of which bears Romanesque sculpture.

St Andrew, Kimbolton, Huntingdonshire

Parish church

St Andrew's is a spacious church with a four-bay aisled and clerestoreyed nave, an aisleless chancel with N and S chapels contiguous with the nave ...

St Peter, Kimpton, Hertfordshire

Parish church

The church has a chancel with N vestry and organ chamber and S chapel, nave with N and S arcades, porch and W tower. The ...