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Naul Church
 

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Dublin

Coordinates

N 53° 35' 13.1"   W 006° 17' 20.8"

Nearest town

Naul

Grid Ref.

O 13352 61020

Map No.

43

Elevation a.s.l. (m)

83

Date of visit

Wednesday 28 May 2014

GPS Accuracy (m)

3
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The ruined old church seen from the southwest.


This small chapel in the Naul graveyard was built by Edward Hussey and his wife Mabel Barnewell in 1710. A plaque above the doorway says that the chapel was intended for their own use and their posterity. The plaque also shows their coat of arms and the motto "Cor Immobile", the Latin words for "Immovable Heart". Under the east window there's another plaque with a different coat of arms but with the same motto.
It seems that a medieval church was here as well but nothing survives of it today.
The roofless chapel is about 10 metres long and 4 metres wide and it's aligned to the east (80°). The north wall is totally missing.


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