Back down Carbury Hill lies a wonderful walled graveyard surrounded by pasturelands. Within the confines of these walls lie the ruins of a church known as Teampall Do-Ath. I cannot find a date for this but it would appear to be late medieval represented by a W gable with a small bell cote. Adjacent lies the Mausoleum of the Colley family which dates from the 18th century.
The site is located near to a castle and there are two other burial grounds all of which are said to be located on Carbury Hill. The graveyard contains many cut-stone grave markers from the 18th-20th centuries, which are of artistic and historic interest.. The church in the grounds of the graveyard was built by Henry Conley in 1705. The church is well preserved. The headstones date from the 18th-20th centuries. The headstone types are: rounded, obelisk and monument.
The stone used is mostly limestone with occasional white marble. The 18th century mausoleum is well preserved with all sides intact. The structure has stone finials on each corner. There are two gates at the SE side with foot stiles over the wall. The grounds inside the walls have been kept in pristine condition, even the grass seems to be cut regulary. This really is worth visiting for a look around, and with Carbury Castle situated within a short distance you cant really go wrong.