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St.Mary's "Abbey" Church, Howth, Co.Dublin

Overlooking Howth Harbour (near Abbey St).

Founded by St.Lawrences, early 1200s.
Present church built late 1300s.
Burial place of Christopher St.Lawrence, 1st Baron Howth (died 1462 according to tomb, bur in E end).
Burial place of Christopher St.Lawrence, 7th Baron Howth (died 1589, bur in S aisle).





Howth Abbey.
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From Google Street View.
See satellite view.



"Saint Mary's Abbey, Howth" by Francis Grose (died 1791).
For sale here.
See version published in 1791. Posted here.



Howth Abbey.
The Old College, Abbey Street, is on the left. This survives, modernised. See street view.
From [Finerty, 1898].
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Howth Abbey.
Photo 2007. Light adjusted digitally. See full size and original.
See similar shot and original.
See similar shot and original.



St Mary's Church, Howth, 2001.
Formerly here.



Howth Abbey.
Looking towards the E end (think where St.Lawrences are buried).
Photo 2007. Light adjusted digitally. See full size and original.



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