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Title: Meeting Houses of the Religious Society of Friends in Ireland 1. A Preliminary Study
Authors: A.J. Walsh
School of Architecture, DIT Bolton Street
Cruise, Aidan
Fewer, Michael
Keywords: Quaker Meeting Houses
Society of Friends
Meath Place and Eustace Street (Sycamore Alley) Meeting Houses, Dublin City
Monkstown, Churchtown and Rathfarnham Meeting Houses, Co. Dublin
Carlow Meeting House, Co. Carlow
Cork City Meeting House, Bandon and Youghal Meeting Houses, Co. Cork
Ballytore (Ballintore) Meeting House, Co. Kildare
Mountmellick Meeting House, Co. Laois
Limerick City Meeting House
Clara, Birr and Edenderry Meeting Houses, Co. Offaly
Roscrea, Clonmel, Cahir and Carrick on Suir Meeting Houses, Co. Tipperary
Waterford City and Tramore Meeting Houses, Co. Waterford
Moate Meeting House, Co. Westmeath
Wexford Town, Colladine, Enniscorthy, Ballintore and New Ross Meeting Houses, Co. Wexford
Wicklow Meeting House, Co. Wicklow
Issue Date: 1969
Description: This document entitled 'Meeting Houses of the Religious Society of Friends in Ireland 1. A Preliminary Study' by A.J. Walsh contains an introduction to Quaker Meeting Houses followed by descriptions of: Meath Place and Eustace Street (Sycamore Alley) Meeting Houses, Dublin City, plus Monkstown, Churchtown and Rathfarnham Meeting Houses, Co. Dublin. Carlow Meeting House, Co. Carlow. Cork City Meeting House, Bandon and Youghal Meeting Houses, Co. Cork. Ballytore (Ballintore) Meeting House, Co. Kildare. Mountmellick Meeting House, Co. Laois. Limerick City Meeting House.Clara, Birr and Edenderry Meeting Houses, Co. Offaly. Roscrea, Clonmel, Cahir and Carrick on Suir Meeting Houses, Co. Tipperary.Waterford City and Tramore Meeting Houses, Co. Waterford. Moate Meeting House, Co. Westmeath. Wexford Town, Colladine, Enniscorthy, Ballintore and New Ross Meeting Houses, Co. Wexford.Wicklow Meeting House, Co. Wicklow. Many of these Meeting Houses are no longer in use as places of worship and so this this document offers a unique snapshot of religious buildings which comprise an important element of Irish heritage. Prepared as part of an academic project by the students and staff of the School of Architecture, DIT Bolton Street.
URI: https://hdl.handle.net/10599/10314
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