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.
|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.