- Clonbrogan, Co. Tipperary, Tipperary

NMI Burial Excavation Records

County: Tipperary Site name: Clonbrogan, Co. Tipperary

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Site type: Graves of indeterminate date

ITM: E 618352m, N 641416m

Latitude, Longitude (decimal degrees): 52.523800, -7.729570

In June 1958 human remains were discovered in a mound at Clonbrogan, near Moyglass, Co. Tipperary.262 The remains appear to have been exposed through the action of a stream cutting through the mound, which measured c. 5m high by 27m in diameter. A large number of skeletons were apparently exposed at a depth of 0.6m below the surface of the mound. According to the report received by the NMI, the burials appeared to be lying on a layer of stones. A number of skeletons were visible in situ, and were extended on an east/west axis. No associated artefacts were found with the burials. According to local information, the site is associated with ‘Danes and battle’. Some human remains (1958:169) were deposited by Mr Christopher Daybell of Monkstown, Dublin, but the site was not visited by Museum personnel.

262.Parish of Magorban, barony of Middlethird. OS 6in. sheet 62. The exact location was not marked, but the site is said to be a few fields away from the level crossing. It may be close to the Clashawle River, which runs parallel to the rail line in Clonbrogan townland. TS062-147——.