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Drumcondra Castle, Co.Dublin

John Bathe built Drumcondra Castle, Co.Dublin, in 1560.
The site became St. Joseph's Asylum for the Blind.
Now called the National Education Centre for Blind Children. See street view of entrance.

  

Drumcondra Castle on 1829 to 1842 map.
See 1887 to 1913 map.



[Ball, vol.6, 1920] said the above tablet from Drumcondra Castle was then preserved at St. Joseph's Asylum for the Blind.
Inscription says this house was built by John Bathe son of James Bathe, and by Elenor Preston, his wife, daughter of Jenico Preston, Viscount Gormanston, year 1560.


  

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