Located at the side of the road in the townsland of Ballina Lower these three small crosses are believed by many to be parish boundary crosses which were used to mark the boundaries between parishes throughout Co. Wexford. Parish boundary crosses were once common along the east coast of Wexford and have not been removed in many cases. My own grandmother has spoken to me of the ones that between Ballygarrett and Kilmuckridge. However nothing remains there now, not even a marker, as the crosses themselves were moved to the old County Museum in Enniscorthy Castle and are probably in storage now since the developments there. 
In the Blackwater area it is generally believed that these three crosses marked the site where the civil parishes of Ballyvalloo, Killila and Castle Ellis met, and are not boundary crosses between the current parishes of Blackwater and Castlebridge - Curracloe being part of Castlebridge parish. 
In Ballyvaldon, Eugene Murphy told me there was a field called ‘The Cross Field’ which would suggest that one would have been positioned here. Eugene was certain that it wasn’t named after the nearby cross roads at Ballyvaldon. Further up towards Kilmuckridge there stands another stone cross on the left hand side of the road before the old graveyard. Again this too is regarded locally as a parish boundary cross.

Parish Crosses

Ballina Lower, Blackwater, Co. Wexford