In the southern side of Clonmore graveyard, Bree, Co. Wexford stands a large, upright slab of stone that is noticeably different to the surrounding grave markers. It bears no written inscription and it has a […]
A small saddle quern has recently been discovered in Coolteige, Bree by Mr. Nim Dunne, who recognised its significance and brought it home for safe keeping. The quern, which is made out of granite, has […]
Wilton Castle has long and varied history and it is associated with some of County Wexford’s most esteemed families including the De Denes, Furlongs, Butlers and Alcocks (location map). In its earliest days it was the […]
One of the largest and oldest archaeological sites in the parish of Bree is the imposing hill-fort at Ballybuckley (RMP WX025-034). This impressive…..
This beautiful example of a stone axe was found by Nim Dunne and his son Pat on their land in Knockduff, Bree (see map below). The axe represents the oldest artefact ever found in the […]