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Bonamargy Friary, Co. Antrim

Ann Elizabeth Hamlin

Bonamargy Friary, Co. Antrim

by Ann Elizabeth Hamlin

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Published by Historic Monuments and Buildings Branch, Department of the Environment in (Belfast) .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statement(by) Ann Hamlin.
ContributionsNorthern Ireland. Department of the Environment. Historic Monuments and Buildings Branch.
The Physical Object
Pagination(6) p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20117725M

Bonamargy Friary. The coffins of several earls of Ulster and the chieftain, Sorley Boy MacDonnell were laid to rest in this friary, which was built by Rory MacQuillan in Much of the friary is quite well preserved, including its cloister, gatehouse, altar, and church. Bonamargy Friary is situated in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, off the Cushendall Road on the approach to Ballycastle. The name Bonamargy means ‘foot of the Margy River’, the river formed by the joining of the Cary River and Shesk Rivers. It is a late Franciscan foundation established in by Rory MacQuillan. It is said that the first battle between the warring MacDonnell and.

  Bonamargie Friary: Bonamargy Friary - See 79 traveler reviews, 83 candid photos, and great deals for Ballycastle, UK, at Tripadvisor TripAdvisor reviews. Bonamargy Friary in Ballycastle is a late Franciscan foundation established in by Rory MacQuillan. It is said that the first battle between the warring MacDonnell and MacQuillan clans was fought on nearby land. At the main entrance to the friary is a small, two storey .

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Bonamargy Friary. Bonamargy Friary. County Antrim, BT54 6QP. Book Tickets Online. About Bonamargy Friary was built close to the mouth of the Carey and Shesk rivers by Rory MacQuillan in The rival MacDonnell clan fought for and claimed the friary Co.

Antrim book the MacQuillans in Just six miles off County Antrim's north coast with must. Bonamargy Friary: | | ||| | Bonamargy Friary | | | | | World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. Medieval manuscripts found at Bonamargy friary and other hidden manuscripts RICHARD SHARPE (University of Oxford) Nearly two hundred years ago four manuscripts are said to have been found among the ruins of Bonamargy friary, just outside Ballycastle, Co.

Antrim. One of. The Bonamargy Friary and Graveyard are located off Cushendall Rd (A2) just outside .5 mi east) of Ballycastle, County Antrim.

It is surrounded by the Ballycastle Golf Course. There is a small parking lot on Cushendall Rd where you can park and walk to the Friary. A history of Bonamargy Friary can be found here: Bonamargy Friary.

County Antrim Founded in the late 15th century, the Franciscan monastery Bonamargy Friary is located near Bonamargy Friary coastal town of Ballycastle. Within the extensive enclosure with two-storey entrance house lies the ruin of the church as well as several graves.

Magical Places: Bonamargy Friary in Ballycastle, County Antrim Tucked away between the golf course and the beach in Ballycastle on the beautiful Antrim Coast, lie the ruins of haunted Bonamargy Friary.

The name Bonamargy means "foot of the Margy River", and that's where the Friary was founded in by the Third Order of Franciscans. Bonamargy Friary, Ballycastle: Franciscan Friars, Third Order Regular founded c (c) by Rory MacQuillan, Lord of Reute (or Mac Donell); suggested to be County Antrim: Glenarm Friary Franciscan Friars, Third Order Regular founded by Robert Bissett.

The excavation of an Early Christian cemetery at Solar, County Antrim, ANN HAMLIN (f) and ROGER STALLEY A newly-discovered Romanesque church on Devenish, County Fermanagh JANET L BELL and TOM McNEILL Bonamargy Friary, County Antrim. 98 JOHNJ?N?ILL Nicholas BagnalFs castle at Newry, County Down., JOHN J.

N?ILL and BRIAN WILLIAMS. The ruins of Dunineeny, as they exist to-day, represent the remains of the castle erected in by Alexander Macdonnell of Islay and Kintyre. It is believed to have been the first stone castle erected by the Macdonnells in what is now County Antrim.

Its erection is contemporaneous with Bonamargy Friary, founded in by Rory Macquillan. Bonamargy Friary is situated in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, off the Cushendall Road on the approach to Ballycastle. The name Bonamargy means ‘foot of the Margy River’, the river formed by the joining of the Cary River and Shesk Rivers.

It is a late Franciscan foundation established in by. It is, however, possible that small L-plan friaries had covered cloister walks on the inside of the ‘L’ because at Bonamargy Friary, Co. Antrim (Bigger and Fennell ) projecting corbels, high on the outside of the W.

wall of the domestic range and on the N. wall of the church, betray the former presence of an ambulatory roof. Situated along the Antrim coastline, Bonamargy Friary was established in by Rory site itself is believed to be the place at which the MacDonnell and McQuillan clans battled, with the MacDonnell’s eventually winning over the friary in In the friary was used as a resting place for the Franciscan monks doing missionary work in the Scottish Highlands and Isles.

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the black nun's grave - bonamargy friary This old ruin in County Antrim, Northern Ireland marks the spot of a Franciscan friary establishes in the fifteenth century. Three walls are all that is left of the chapel, but at the entryway is a marker that looks like a disc with a hole in it.

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Bonamargy Friary is situated in County Antrim, Northern Ireland, off the Cushendall Road on the approach to Ballycastle. The name Bonamargy means ‘foot of the Margy River’, the river formed by the joining of the Cary River and Shesk Rivers.

It is a late Franciscan foundation established in by Rory MacQuillan. It is said that the first battle between the warring MacDonnell and.Bonamargy Friary was built close to the mouth of the Carey and Shesk rivers by Rory MacQuillan in The rival MacDonnell clan fought for and claimed the friary from the MacQuillans in The cloister, gatehouse, altar and church are well preserved except for the thatch roof.History & Haunting of: Bonamargy Friary, County Antrim, Northern Ireland By ~ Paranormal Flux A walk around the Bonamargy Friary for the Paranormal Flux website.

This is a walkthrough of the.