Holy Trinity Abbey, Lough Key

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Premonstratensian house on Trinity island in Loch Cé (mod. Lough Key, Co. Roscommon), northeast of Boyle Abbey.

See also: Pilip Ó Dálaigh [canon and translator]Ó Dálaigh (Pilip) ... canon and translator
(fl. 15th century)
A canon credited with an Irish translation of the Life of St Margaret. The colophon in Egerton MS 1781 identifies him as do muintir na Trínoídi, which has been read as referring to the Premonstratensian monastery on the Island of the Holy Trinity in Loch Cé (Co. Roscommon), or alternatively, its daughter-house in Loch Uachtair (Co. Cavan).
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Dennis Groenewegen
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April 2021, last updated: July 2021