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In the early seventeenth century, the property changed hands and came into the own- ership of Sir Francis Aungier later 1st Baron Longford. The Carmelites, like other orders, went into hiding after the Reformation but surfaced again by when they settled in French Street, now Mercer Street.
They opened a small church in Cuffe Lane ina pre- cursor to the present church. Thesis centre aungier streetthe Carmelites moved back to the original Top and middle: This was Aungier Street Revitalising an Historic Neighbourhood later extended and a priory was added in The principal entrance was built in facing Aungier Street and a new pri- ory and hall designed by CB Powell of Rathmines was completed in The interior of the church was totally reversed in Today the church continues to serve the religious and social needs of the local community.
Recommen d a tion s 1. Actively target vacancy and dereliction in the area by engaging directly with building owners. Provide advice on appropriate shopfront design. Explore new ideas and prepare exemplars for the use of vacant upper floors of buildings. Promote ideas for new uses on Aungier Street - specialist shops, cultural activities and design outlets.
Promote Aungier Street as a cultural tourism destination. An Urban Legacy Aungier Street: Primary research undertaken for this project has been limited to the examination of leases in the Registry of Deeds.
Research on the Aungier family has not been pursued but this is an objective when resources permit. Sir Francis Aungier, 1st Baron Longford It is reported that the Aungier family first came to prominence as a result of their successful campaigning for Oliver Cromwell during his conquest in Ireland in the s.
The estate of Whitefriars Carmelite monastery, dissolved inwas subsequently bought by Sir Francis Aungier, 1st Baron of Longford — Sir Francis, or Lord Aungier of Longford, came to Ireland as a man of means through marriage to the sister of the Earl of Kildare, one of Ireland premier peers.
Ambitious and energetic, Aungier was a man of over twenty-five years standing at the bar by the time he arrived in Ireland in In Ireland, he displayed extraordinary energy, reputedly riding the circuit twice a year, and becoming the undertaker for the plantation of Longford.
It is recorded that he built a mansion in Dublin which was considered one of the great residences of the time, situated on lands provided by the suppression of the religious houses.
Francis Aungier, 3rd Baron and 1st Earl of Longford, was one of the many associates of the Duke who rose to prominence upon his appointment and shared his ambitious vision to develop Dublin as a great European city.
There is no representation of any subsequent residence of the Aungier family. The will and inventory, both documents of exceptional interest, perished with other public records in The will was dated Nov 26 and was proved Nov.
He was succeeded by his eldest son, Gerald Aungier. Burke, A Genealogical History, InFrancis became 1st Earl of Longford and was by all accounts at the centre of political life in Westminster, attending to 68 committees and active on eight tellerships.
Inhe was appointed a Commissioner of the Revenue, a post which he held until In he was appointed Keeper of the Aungier Street: It is reported that Aungier died on the 22nd December in straightened circumstances as a result of the Williamite wars.
He was the last of the family to sit at Westminster.
Archaeological The area also lies close to the edge of the history to The early modern period place and can physically demonstrate its site of early Viking-age burials and activ- to avoid overlap but a thorough archaeo- involves investigation, survey, excavation mended for the area from prehistory to more about the past.
It relies on cross- Aungier Street is also unique in Dublin Archaeology is the study of the past research informs our understanding of a evolution.
The archaeological process and analysis of data collected to learn disciplinary research. It is vulnerable to destruction through unre- to the present Whitefriars building.
Nearest the study area, what we now call Aungier Street, were the Slighe Chualann running from the south of written sources.This FREE event organised by Dublin City Volunteer Centre is a great opportunity to meet with organisations face to face, learn more about how you can get involved and find volunteer opportunities that suit you.
DATE: Thursday the 5th October TIME: 5pm-8pm VENUE: Carmelite Community Centre, 56 Aungier Street, Dublin 2. Confirmed Organisations.
Kells People's Resource Centre, Lord Edward St, Townparks, Kells, Co. Meath on Thursday 4th October. The RISE programme helps to reduce anxiety, stress and confusion for family members who have someone they love with an alcohol, drug or gambling problem. Carmelite Community Centre, Aungier Street, Dublin 2.
Fee: The programme costs €, Concessions € (students, unemployed, part-time workers).
Booking fee € Fee covers training and art material. Working with Children and Adults Through Arts – Spring CARMELITE CENTRE. AUNGIER ST. DUBLIN 2. 3 OA members share their experience, strength and hope on how the OA program has freed them from the food obsession.
Time for questions at the end. ALL WELCOME. Friends, family and. health care professionals. Basic Income Irelands third annual Summer Forum will take place in The Carmelite Community Centre, Aungier St, Dublin, from 10am to 4pm on Saturday June 11th The forum is a good chance to meet basic income advocates, learn more about basic income, and to contribute own ideas.
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