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Howth - Dublin - Abbey

old Irish photo

Balscadden is an Anglo-Irish effort at using the original Irish name 'Baile na Scadán' or literally 'The town of the Herrings'. In the past Balscadden may have served as a fish market for catches brought in at Bremore. Balscadden was the birthplace of Saint Benignus who was a disciple of Saint Patrick and eventually became the Archbishop of Armagh in the 5th century.

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Photo Details

  • County: Dublin North
  • Town: Howth
  • Scene: Howth Abbey facing East
  • Date: 1910 (estimate)

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  • Read about Balscaddan below

Balscaddan

Balscadden is a tiny hamlet and a wide townland just North of Balbriggan in County Fingal. The surrounding townland has a population of under 1,000 people, and the area is completely rural in character, although within proximity to the expansion of Balbriggan.

Balscadden is an Anglo-Irish effort at using the original Irish name 'Baile na Scadán' or literally 'The town of the Herrings'. In the past Balscadden may have served as a fish market for catches brought in at Bremore. Balscadden was the birthplace of Saint Benignus who was a disciple of Saint Patrick and eventually became the Archbishop of Armagh in the 5th century.