Archdall, Mervyn

Archdall, Mervyn a learned clergyman and antiquary of the Protestant Church of Ireland, was born at Dublin in 1723, filled several ecclesiastical posts, and finally became rector of Slane, in the county of Meath. He died in 1791. After forty years of intense application to the monastic records of Ireland, he published, in 1786, Monasticon Hibernicum; a History of the Abbeys, Priories, and Religious Houses of Ireland — Gentleman's Magazine, 11, 780; Allibone, Dictionary of Authors, 1, 67.

 
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