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Re: Fynestown / Fyanstown, Co Meath, Ireland
Posted by: Ray Fynes (ID *****0671) Date: August 05, 2008 at 11:21:15
In Reply to: Re: Fynestown / Fyanstown, Co Meath, Ireland by Seamus Mc Quillan of 38

Thanks Seamus. I would definitely like to see this for myself. I found a website for St Peter's CoI church last night and learned that it can be inspected upon appointment. It would seem that the limestonde baptismal font was "brought in from the cold" in 1926 and restored after serving for a century as a pig trough. The church itself goes back -- or at least has Norman origins -- from 1186. Ray F


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