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Anthony Trollope Plaque
Location: Drumsna, Co.Leitrim

There is a plaque to Anthony Trollope who lived for a brief time in Drumsna and who drew on this experience for his first novel, The Macdermotts of Ballycloran.
Strawbridge Memorial and Surgeon Parkes Grave
Location: Drumsna, Co.Leitrim

This memorial, just beyond the Church, is dedicated to Robert Strawbridge who was born in Drumsna in 1732. He founded the Methodist Church in the U.S.A. and died in Baltimore, Maryland in 1781. The burial place Surgeon Thomas Parke, who accompanied Henry Morton Stanley on his celebrated expedition to the African Congo, is in the small cemetery closeby..
Book of Fenagh
Location: Fenagh, Co.Leitrim

The book of Fenagh was completed at the monastery in 1516 and a copy is now held at the Royal Irish Academy. The main ruins of the Gothic Church have, among other interesting features, an east window of unusual design and a relief carved 17th century penal cross. Access: Fenagh is on the R202 between Ballinamore and Mohill. The site is on the northern shore of the little Fenagh Lough.
Churches of St Callin
Location: Fenagh, Co.Leitrim

At Fenagh two church ruins stand on the site of an earlier monastery, founded by St. Caillin in the 6th century. A number of standing stones in the vicinity are thought to represent the petrified bodies of druids who tried to expel St. Caillin from Fenagh. There are a number of other prehistoric remains located in or near the village. A portal tomb, to the north of the village is said to be the burial place of the great King Conal Gulben. Nineteen Gaelic Kings are said to be buried in the graveyard. There was a celebrated divinity school at Fenagh. It is believed that some kind of community life continued up to 1652 when Cromwellian soldiers sacked it. It was damaged by cannon fire during the Williamite wars in 1690 and the last service was said tin 1729.
Selton Hill Memorial
Location: Fenagh, Co.Leitrim

On Mohill road from Ballinamore
Caislean Na Chairte
Location: Glencar, Co.Leitrim

This is the ruin of an O'Rourke castle, said to be where gunpowder was first used in Ireland,  can be seen off the main Sligo/Manorhamilton road.
Myles Big Stone
Location: Glenfarne, Co.Leitrim

This is thought to have been an ancient place of worship. Nearby is the Fort of Sile O'Reilly which is reputed to have been an ancient burial ground and a famine graveyard for infants.
Tottenham House Ruins
Location: Glenfarne, Co.Leitrim

In Glenfarne Forest Park, which formed part of the Tottenham estate, the ruins of the old house, Glenfarne Hall, can still be seen.
Jamestown Abbey
Location: Jamestown, Co.Leitrim

A Stone cross over a small gate, outside the old town gate, leads to the remains of a Francican friary of the convent of the Friars' Minor. The Franciscan convent of the Friars Minor was not founded until the occupation of Jamestown in 1642 by the O'Rourkes.
Old Town Gate & Medieval Friary
Location: Jamestown, Co.Leitrim

This gate is all that is left of the fortified town walls which were erected when the town was founded by Sir Charles Coote in 1625. It was significant enough to receive a Royal Chartar from James I. A stone cross over a small gate, on the right of the gate leads to the ruin of a Franciscan friary of the convent of the Friars' Minor. A synod held here in 1650 repudiated the Marquis of Dromod, Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and excommunicated his followers.
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