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Located: St Bridget’s church site and graveyard (TN041-042003) Thurles.
Rectangular block of stone with the figure of a bald man, wearing a long robe and tunic. He appears to be a cleric. He holds a cross in his right hand and a circular string of beads most likely a paternoster in his left hand. The carving is part of pillar built in the wall of graveyard at St Bridget Church Thurles. Two names Patrick Kennedy and James Butler are crudely carved beneath the feet of the figure. Model was created for Irish Folk Art project, funded by Roisin O’Grady, Tipperary Heritage Officer.