Mary Aikenhead

Mother Mary Frances Aikenhead was born in Daunt's Square off Grand Parade, , Ireland. She was the founder of the Catholic religious institute, the Religious Sisters of Charity, the Sisters of Charity of Australia, and of in Dublin.

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is a landmark Georgian building in . is situated 230 meters south of Mary Aikenhead. Photo: BishopRick9, CC BY-SA 3.0.

The first bombing of Dublin in World War II occurred early on the morning of 2 January 1941, when German bombs were dropped on the Terenure area of south Dublin. is situated 240 meters southeast of Mary Aikenhead.

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