Re: Edward Keating
- Hi Maggie
Thanks for the reply.
I've googled "Rootsweb" but haven't had much luck.
I did get some feedback from the Dublin pages of Rootschat about "Adam & Eve" parish in 1852 and it was listed between numbers 4 and 5 Merchants Quay as "Entrance to Franciscan Convent or Adam & Eve Chapel"
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Margaret Doyle <johnmaggie11@...> wrote:
> Hi, if you google 'Rootsweb Military records' you'll get some hits for sites you can search.
> I'm surprised to see mention of Adam+Eve as a parish. I was raised beside that Church, it's run by the Franciscan order. When I was growing up in the 60s, we went to mass there but our Parish Church was St. Audoen in High st. Adam+Eves didn't become a Parish till the 70s. That's not to say it could have been a Parish in 1876, it's just surprising.
> It's more widely known as Merchants Key Chapell, as it faces onto the Quay.
> At the other side, it faces onto Cook street.the gated laneway belonging to the Chapell, which runs from Cook st. to Merchants quay was called Skippers Alley.
> Most of my relatives lived on Ushers quay+ they were all baptised in St. Michael+Johns Church.
> Maggie the Dub