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Maynooth

(mā`no͞oth, māno͞oth`), town (1991 pop. 6,027), Co. Kildare, E Republic of Ireland. It is the seat of St. Patrick's College (1795), the principal institution in Ireland for training Roman Catholic clergy, now a constituent college of the National Univ. of Ireland. Some of the buildings were designed by A. W. PuginPugin, Augustus Charles
, 1762–1832, English writer on medieval architecture, b. France. His writings and drawings furnished a mass of working material for the architects of the Gothic revival. Among them is Specimens of Gothic Architecture (2 vol., 1821–23).
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. Near the college are the ruins of Maynooth Castle, also called Geraldine Castle, founded c.1176. It was besieged in the reign of Henry VIII and dismantled in the 17th cent.
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The Honourable Ronald Adair was the second son of the Earl of Maynooth, at that time governor of one of the Australian colonies.
No sound was heard from the room until eleven-twenty, the hour of the return of Lady Maynooth and her daughter.
support rooms, the provision of new ramped and stepped approaches and the provision of a new bicycle parking facility, together with all associated siteworks at maynooth education campus, moyglare road, maynooth, co.
Iarnrod Eireann services were suspended between the capital and Maynooth after lightning hit the track and damaged signalling.
Seminarians in Maynooth now face a stricter regime, including controls on social media.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 14, 2016-Irish Homebuilder Cairn to Acquire Additional Maynooth Site for EUR 27m
Maynooth Research Guides for Irish Local History; Volume 18
In November 2011, Sister Majella McCarron (OLA) donated to Maynooth University 28 letters and 27 poems she received from Nigerian writer and activist Ken Saro-Wiwa during the two years prior to his execution in 1995.
KBC Bank Ireland has announced that it is planning to open a new banking hub in Maynooth this week.
This slim volume, one in a series titled Maynooth Studies in Local History details the efforts of a new, inexperienced marquess who inherited estates of more than 20,000 acres in Ireland in the late 1800s and how his responses to the land issues of the time differed from those of the earlier marquess.
The study was conducted by the National University of Ireland Maynooth and the University of Bristol published October 29 in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS).
The Swiss billionaire's former jockeys Mick Kinane and Pat Smullen, his trainer Dermot Weld along with his son Mark, and Haefner's daughter Eva-Maria THE LIFE of Moyglare Stud founder Walter Haefner was celebrated at a memorial service at Maynooth College Chapel in County Kildare yesterday, writes Jessica Lamb.