The name of the village (on the N3 south-east of Navan) is named after secundinus or seachnall, a disciple of St. Patrick who founded a church here in the 5th century. In the graveyard of the Protestant Church, there is a 10th or 11th century carving of the Crucifixion in a style similar to that found on High Crosses. Approximately 1.6 Km south of the village is a preserved workhouse abolished by the Irish State in the early twenties. The workhouse is under private ownership and is not open to the public.
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