The church is not mentioned in the list of major buildings in Ferns in 1537.
|w. of splay at base||0.87 m|
A pointed lancet, probably Gothic and later than the interior.
A round-headed, tall, splayed opening with arch and jambs in green stone, evidently re-set. No capitals
The jambs have angle roll with horizontal rows of chevron. The first, second and fifth stones from bottom on the E jamb and the first, second, fourth and eighth stones from bottom on the W jamb are badly weathered and the decoration is almost obliterated.
P. Hore, History of the Town and County of Wexford, London, 1911, 160-1.
H. G. Leask, Irish Churches and Monastic Buildings, Dundalk 1955, I, 163.
M. Moore, Archaeological Inventory of Co. Wexford, Dublin, 1996, 156.