Neo-classical/baroque mausoleum built c.1860. Rectangular in plan and in part built below ground level. Treated in vermiculated rustication the gable walls support a low pediment adorned with acanthus and scrollwork detail. A giant order of consoles flanked by flambeau support a cornice. The roofline boasts acroteria, antefixae and draped urn finials.
No Inscription. It is believed the Murland family were connected to the linen industry.
Excellent condition (2003).
RSJ Clarke, Gravestone Inscriptions: County Down. Ulster-Scot Historical Society (1966-1998).
M. Craig, Mausolea Hibernica. Dublin Lilliput Press (1999).
J Beattie, The Mausolea of County Down and Greater Belfast. Unpublished Dissertation, Queens University Belfast (2003).
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