Dunboyne (County Meath)

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Is on the fringes and Boundries of Dublin but Just inside the Meath Area.
The castle was built in the early nineteenth century by a man called Lieutenant HM Simon Mangan. The premises was put up for a big auction in 1950 where it became a convent for farmers. In 2006 the convent was sold and converted into a hotel.

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Is This a Picture of Saints Peter and Paul Church in Dunboyne (1847)? 28 Feb 2019 19:46
Hugh Brady, bishop of Meath (16th Century) 15 Jan 2017 16:46
Malley/O'Malley moved by Land Commission from Co Mayo 1938 16 Oct 2016 17:42
Family of Thomas Mason & Catharine Loan, Dunboyne early 1800s 14 May 2015 3:49

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