Coordinates: 51.662793, -8.614342
At N end of graveyard (CO124-035001-) C of I church built in 1821 (Brady 1863, vol. 1, 348); small rectangular church with tall three-storey crenellated tower against W gable; semi-circular apse on E wall, and vestry at NE corner, are additions post 1842. Door in S wall of tower; two windows each in N and S walls with pointer arches and hood mouldings, apse lit by three small lancets; unusual hour-glass-like first storey openings in tower. Church still in use.
In graveyard (CO124-035001-). Stump of wall (L c. 2m; H 1.9m) running E-W, just S of centre in yard, may be remains of ancient parish church of Templetrine (CO124-035003) which is shown as rectangular structure on 1842 OS 6-inch map; it was in repair in 1639 but in need of repairs by 1680s (Brady 1863, vol. 1, 346).
Napoleonic connection 2022?