St. Beidh's Church of Ireland (c1750), Ardcarne, Co. Roscommon.
The site of the church, linked with St. Beidh, was mentioned in the Book of Fenagh dating from 500AD.
A Famine Memorial is located in the grounds of the church. Erected in 1997 to mark the 150th anniversary of the Great irish Famine, it commemorates the local people who died. In the first 50 days of 1847 alone, 110 people were buried in the adjoining graveyard.
The memorial includes a line from Seamus Heaney's poem 'At a Potato Digging':
"Heads bow, trunks bend, hands fumble towards the black Mother"