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|Title:||South Dublin Village Walks - Lucan Step 23 Fr. McCartan Memorial|
|Authors:||South Dublin Libraries - Local Studies|
Photography: Rocshot.com/Rob O'Connor.
|Keywords:||South Dublin Village Walks|
|Description:||South Dublin Village Walks - Lucan Step 23 Fr. McCartan Memorial. Memorial to Fr. McCartan, who was murdered at this spot on the 3rd of June 1807 on his way home having had dinner in Palmerstown House. His murderers Thomas Weir (19) and Christopher Walsh (34) were hanged on the 27th of June 1807 near the scene of the crime at the crossroads where the traffic lights are today. The unfortunate clergyman rests within the walls of the ruin of St. Finian’s Church in nearby Esker.|
|Copyright:||South Dublin Libraries - Local Studies|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Items|
South Dublin Heritage Walks Collection
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