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Kathy, I’m sorry that your comment did not come to my attention until now. I will have a look at the map. Thank you. Mary
I was glancing at a book called The Irish Flora (1833) by Katherine Sophia Bailey (Lady Kane). She was describing on Page 46 A. Tenella, Bog Pimpernel that grew “plentifully along the sides of ditches leading from Portmarnock’s Bridge to the old Church..” She talks about the Bray River. I was curious about the bridge and saw this project. I noticed this article mentioned there was no bridge and I don’t know if this Portmarnock Bridge noted in Irish Flora by Lady Kane is anywhere near your map but I thought her book might be helpful in studying her descriptions of flora and where she found it as I imagine her comments are very accurate and might give you helpful information. I found her anonymous copy on Google Books. It was signed &c.&c. Regards, Kathy Wrabley
I love reading about my namesakes … great job 👍
Well done Maurice… Good tale well told! Thank you.
This sounds very enticing especially after the historical year we have all put in.
A very interesting overview of all the artefacts discovered and what they tell us about occupation of this site over the centuries. Well done Medieval Bray Project
Maurice thank you very much this is a very interesting article and one which shines a light on the finds of The Medieval Bray Project group to date.
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