Short histories of Dublin parishes
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Published by Carraig Books in [Blackrock, Ire .
Written in English



  • Dublin (Ireland),
  • Ireland,
  • Dublin


  • Catholic Church -- Ireland -- Dublin -- History.,
  • Parishes -- Ireland -- Dublin -- History.,
  • Dublin (Ireland) -- Church history.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Other titlesShort history of some Dublin parishes.
Statementby N. Donnelly.
SeriesCarraig chapbooks ;
LC ClassificationsBX1508.D8 D66 1977
The Physical Object
Paginationv. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4491180M
LC Control Number79320923

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In , he was appointed parish priest in Bray. St. Andrew's Church Dublin Rev. Donnelly was a noted linguist, preacher, historian and musician, and the author of a number of books, such as Short histories of the parishes of the Dublin diocese, as well as pamphlets and translations, such as a translation of Haberl's Magister Choralis. St Audoen's parish was once the most wealthy within the city and the church was for hundreds of years frequented on state occasions by the Lord Mayor and Corporation. At its heyday, the church was closely connected with the Guilds of the city and "was accounted the best in Dublin for the greater number of Aldermen and Worships of the city living in the Parish" (Richard Stanihurst, ).Country: Republic of Ireland. The following extract from N. Donnelly, A Short History of Dublin Parishes (Blackrock: Carraig Books, ) is eloquent about its origins: “Fr. Sheridan (then P.P. of Kingstown) had secured a Church site among the gorse and boulders of the slope of Killiney Hill and a new Church of very presentable dimensions and architecture was creeping up.   Parish: Dublin & surrounds Title: A Directory of Dublin for the Year (from bail bonds mss) Author(s): Dublin Corporation Public Libraries Publisher: same as author Year: Lookup Volunteer: Christine Walsh. Parish: Dublin Title: A Short History of Some Dublin Parishes Author(s): Nicholas Donnelly.

Dublin National Library of Ireland Ir a 1: Tom Burnell: The Clare war dead: a history of the casulties of the Great War: Dublin The History Press Ireland National Library of Ireland: John, Rev., Canon. Clancy: Short History of the Parish of Killanena or Upper Feakle: Ennis Clare Champion National Library of Ireland Ir. Parishes Home All parishes are listed alphabetically – click on the parish for more detailed information including church information, priests and Mass times. Dublin Royal Irish Academy National Library Of Ireland: J. Brady: A short history of the parishes of the diocese of Meath, National Library of Ireland Ir b 2: John, Rev. Brady: The parish of Mullingar: Mullingar the Parish National Library of Ireland Ir p Michael Byrne: Tullamore Catholic Parish: a. This history of the Parish of Ramoan is taken from the "Diocese of Down & Connor - ancient and modern" (). This was written by the Rev. J. O'Laverty P.P.M.R.I.A. and first published in There was a limited edition fascimile printed and published by Davidson Books Spa, Ballynahinch, Co. Down in The Parish of Ramoan.

Apart from some very useful history, including on the Cromwellian Settlement, the Plantation of Ulster, the arrival of the Huguenots and Palatines in Ireland, etc., John O’Hart’s Irish Pedigrees, or, the Origin and Stem of the Irish Nation provides approximately family pedigrees, some of which include valuable information on births, marriages, deaths, and emigration. Christ Church Cathedral, more formally The Cathedral of the Holy Trinity, is the cathedral of the United Dioceses of Dublin and Glendalough and the cathedral of the ecclesiastical province of the United Provinces of Dublin and Cashel in the (Anglican) Church of Ireland. It is situated in Dublin, Ireland, and is the elder of the capital city's two medieval cathedrals, the other being St Patrick. Church of Ireland Parish Records: A Colour–coded Resource of What Survives; Where it is; and with Additional Information about Copies, Transcripts and Online Indexes. This was a collaborative project between the IGRS and the Church of Ireland’s Representative Church Body (RCB) Library to mark the Society’s 80th anniversary. A Brief History of Dublin, Ireland. The first documented history of Dublin begins with the Viking raids in the 8th and 9th century. These led to the establishment of a settlement on the southside of the mouth of the Liffey, named Dubh Linn (Black Pool) after the lake where the Danes first moored their boats.