This Cross stands inside Earl of Courtowns Demesne Wall near the [cross] roads at the Bridge over the Ounavarra River.
It is evidently an ancient cross but was [unnoticed?] by O'Donovan in the Wexford Letters - where he states that there are no Antiquities in the neighbourhood. The cross is formed of one slab of [...] rock locally known as "Banoge Stone".
|Main Creator:||Falkiner, William, Reverend artist.|
Detail of decoration on cross at Courtown, County Wexford, Ireland.
|Format:||PRINTS & DRAWINGS|
|Published / Created:||
[between ca. 1902 and 1903].
Inscribed in ink l.c. under small sketches of front and side of cross: "Same on both sides. No inscription".
Measurements inscribed in pencil l.l..
Physical description: 1 drawing : ink ; 23.4 x 14.1 cm..
Attributed to Reverend William Falkiner, The Rectory, Killucan, County Westmeath, Ireland.