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ContentTEMPLEOUGHTER, a parish, in the barony of UPPER GLENARM, county of ANTRIM, and province of ULSTER, adjoining the post-town of Glenarm, and on the Glenarm water river ; the population is returned with the parish of Ticmacrevan, by which this parish is entirely enclosed ; nearly two-thirds of it are barren mountain.
It is ecclesiastically consolidated with Ticmacrevan. A small fragment of the ancient church is still remaining on the lawn in front of the castle of Glenarm, near the principal entrance. The church bf the union was built about 55 years since by act of council within the limits of this parish. and in a situation convenient for both parishes.