St Mary de Hogges
Community ID
 
1115
 
Alternate Names
 
St Mary Dublin
 
Town
 
Dublin
 
Diocese
 
Dublin
 
Region
 
Dublin
 
Medieval Location
 
St Mary de Hogges
 
Corporate Status
 
Abbey
 
Dedication
 
Saint Mary de Hogges
 
Date Founded
 
1146 (circa)
 
Date Terminated
 
1536
 
Religious Order
 
Augustinian (Arrouasian)
 
Foundation Information
 

Dermot Mac Murrough, King of Leinster

 
Notable Heads
 

Rossia, abbess, d. 1277 / Margaret Gaydon, last abbess

 
Dependent Communities
 

Aghade (Aghadh), Kilculliheen (Kilculliheen)

 
Dependency Of
 

Clonard, Cluain Iraird, until sometime after 1195

 
Patrons/Benefactors
 

Saint Malachy / Gregory, Bishop of Dublin / King John

 
Secular Political Affiliations
 

During reign of K. John, nuns hid English from rebellious Irish; rewarded with endowments, etc. (see Dugdale, below).

 
Assets/Property
 

Sir Robert Baggot granted 3 acres in tenement of Baggotrath / 1540 possessions enumerated by Wm. Brabazon, undertreasurer of Ireland: about 254 acres with several messuages, houses, cotages and gardens in the counties of Dublin, Meath, Kildare and Carlow, value given as 18 pounds 5 pence, but the acreage and value of some property in Meath is not entered. See published primary sources, below.

 
Admin. Notes
 

Need to find correct Dugdale citation, not in Bibliographia record.

 
Contributors
 
R. Eickwort
 
Date Started
 
1146
 
Date Finished
 
1536
 
Length
 
299