St Brides (County Dublin)

Our aim is to connect all people with a link to St. Bride's (aka St. Bridget's or St. Brigid's) – the civil parish for Bride Street, Bull Alley, South Great Georges St, Exchequer St, Peter St, Ship St, Stephen St, Whitefriar St and more.

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Ancestors from St Brides (County Dublin)

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Julia Mary Crozier 1871
Julia
Crozier
St Annes (Dublin) +others DOB: 2nd April 1871

Buildings from St Brides (County Dublin)

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St Brides Parochial School
Dublin
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St Brides Church of Ireland
Dublin
Illustration by Gabriel Beranger (1729–1817)
St Michael le Pole Church
Dublin
Jacob's Biscuit Factory, Dublin c.1890-1910
Jacob's Biscuit Factory, Dublin
Dublin

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