Ruined church of rough, uncoursed stone, consisting of a rectangular nave, of which the W end retains Romanesque work. The E end is 15thc. as is the window in the E wall and that at the E end of the S wall. There are traces of a splayed window in the S wall. The central section of both nave walls has fallen.
Not known; not recorded by Gwynn and Hadcock.
W doorway, nave: flat-headed, with a rough stone lintel, evidentally a later repair.
L jamb: damaged and badly rebuilt. The lower courses are missing. The second stone from the top is a re-used moulded jambstone, placed horizontally with an angle roll along the lower edge. The top stone is plain, roughly squared.
R jamb: inclined. Rebuilt using worn Romanesque jambstones, with angle rolls on both angles. The third stone from the bottom appears to be the original base, but is badly worn.
Another stone with an angle roll is re-used inside the R jamb of the doorway, with the angle roll set on the inside face so that only one face of the roll is visible.
|h. of opening||1.50 m|
|w. of opening||0.74 m|
K. Hanley, M. Weaver, J. Monk, "An Archaeological Survey of St Molagga's Church, Aghacross, Mitchelstown, Co. Cork", Cork County Council, Archaeological Monographs, 1, 1994.
M. Killanin and M.V. Duignan, revised by Peter Harbison, The Shell Guide to Ireland, Dublin, 1989, 212.