Wednesday, 26 July 2017

St. Sepulchre, Dublin (Walsh)

From Walsh's History of the Irish Hierarchy: With the Monasteries of Each County, Biographical Notices of the Irish Saints, Prelates, and Religious, 1854, c. xliv, pps. 423:

St Sepulchre. It is supposed that the knights Templar had a priory in a place called Casgot in the south suburbs of the city and that Walter de Fernsfield was a great benefactor to it it was probably where the palace of the archbishop now stands in St Kevin's street.

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