Location: County Antrim, Northern Ireland
Surnames/tags: Magill McAllister Mulvenna
- Also known as St. Mary's Church
- Diocese of Down and Connor
- Located in Feystown, Glenarm, BT44 OEA Ireland. Tickmacrevan Civil Parish, Deer Park Farms Townland.
- It is one of the main Roman Catholic burial grounds in the area.
- It was remodeled in 1878 
- The Ardclinis Crozier is associated with this parish 
- One of the locations of the 2020 film Pixie 
Father O'Laverty's Description 1878
In the year 1810 Father James McMullan erected a little chapel in Feystown, in the townland of Clady. Father James O'Neill, in 1827, obtained, at the nominal rent of 6d per annum, from Edmond McDonnell, Esq., and his wife, the Countess of Antrim, a lease of a plot of ground, containing 1a, 2r. 29p. in Glenarm, Old Park [Deer Park Farms Townland], for the purpose of erecting on it a church, school-house, and forming in it a graveyard, and for other purposes. The church was dedicated, in 1828, by Dr. Crolly, under the invocation of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The new church, commonly called that of Feystown, is about a quarter of a mile west of the old chapel, which, after the erection of the church, was allowed to moulder to ruin. The church was improved by Father Starkey, but it was completely rearranged by Father Delahunty.
- ↑ "Feystown Church, Glenarm will be reopened on September 8th. Rt. Rev. Dr. Gorian will preach the opening sermon." The Cincinatti Daily Star, 5 Sept 1878 via Newspapers.com.
- ↑ MURRAY, G. (2008). THE PROVENANCE OF THE COUNTY ANTRIM CROZIER. Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 67, 112-117. Retrieved January 30, 2021, from http://www.jstor.org/stable/41220771
- ↑ https://www.northernirelandscreen.co.uk/production-catalogue/feature-films/pixie/
- ↑ O'Laverty, James. "An historical account of the Diocese of Down and Connor, ancient and modern" Dublin : J. Duffy,1878. Volume IV, p. 584 Archive.org