ME02830 - FRIARSPARK (1st Division) - Armorial plaque

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Built into the E gate entrance of house named 'Dunromin' on the Dublin Road. A large shield takes up three quarters of the plaque and below this are two small shields with the inscriptions IA on one and OS on the other, possibly representing the marriage between two families. At the base of the plaque is a Latin inscription in Roman Capitals which reads: DOCE ME FACERE VOLV/TATEM TUAM DOMINE/1580. Compiled by: Claire Breen Date of upload: 12 December 2013

Description Source: National Monuments Service, Department of Arts, Heritage Regional, Rural and Gaeltacht Affairs.

Monument Details

Address:
FRIARSPARK (1st Division), Meath
GPS:
53.5515, -6.77981
SMRS:
ME036-061----
what3words:
mayhem.belt.telescopes

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