Brethren Archive Exploring the history of some of those known as "Plymouth Brethren", and a few other things.

Merrion Hall

Dublin, Ireland






Description:

Beautifu Victorian building, originally built as a preaching point for J Denham Smith. Until about 10 years ago, was still an 'open brethren' meeting hall, sadly now a hotel.

See http://www.preciousseed.org/article_detail.cfm?articleID=1457





Comments:
petur olsen, torshavn said ...
give me the street adress to a brethern meeting hall i dublin
Tuesday, May 14, 2013 : 01:15

Maurice James Stokes said ...
My late father remembered attending the wedding of his uncle Robert Edward Stokes to Pearl Roberts in Merrion Hall, Dublin in 1917 or 1918. Dublin, Ireland, was then the part of the United Kingdom. Robert Edward & Pearl Stokes are buried in historic Mount Jerome Cemetery, Dublin, Ireland, near the graves of my great grand father Richard Stokes, & my great, great grand father William James Stokes. As a young boy with my parents I visited my grand uncle Robert Edward Stokes & Pearl Stokes in Kenilworth Square, Rathgar, Dublin, Republic of Ireland. I recall that Plymouth Brethern Grosvenor Hall was near by & I think is now a Baptist Church. I understand that William James Stokes, along with Lady Eniskerry, was one of the early & founing members of the PLymouth Brethern Fellowship which originated in Dublin. My Stokes ancestors were PLymouth Brethern.
Saturday, Jun 15, 2013 : 21:55

Tom said ...
Thank you very much for that info!
I have a picture of the grave of William J. Stokes (http://www.brethrenarchive.org/on-the-brethren-trail/grave-hunting/mount-jerome-cemetery,-dublin,-ireland/william-j-stokes.aspx) though I do not know too much about him.
Sunday, Jun 16, 2013 : 10:41

Samuel Lyttle said ...
In early years brethren like JN Darby, Lord Congleton met in Powerscourt House in Co Wicklow as guests of Lady Powerscourt to study the scriptures and decide how they should proceed as a group of believers

Mr J J Darby was rector in the church of Ireland at Enniskerry which is close to Powerscourt.

When the Brethren movement started in Dublin it was considered somewhat radical in its day.
Tuesday, Jun 25, 2013 : 01:25

Philip Roe said ...
Hello,

As a student at Trinity College I attended the Bible Study, taken by Harold Senior, in the early 1960's.

I attended with my friend Kenneth Kingston, Church of Ireland theological student.

Harold Senior held the class with interest.

I rather suspect that Harold may have passed away by now. If he is still living pass on my warmest greetings to him.

I am sorry to see that Merrion Hall is now a Hotel.

Kind good wishes to all.


P.N. Roe
London
Saturday, Aug 23, 2014 : 17:25

Philip N Roe said ...
Hi Friends,

I should have included my email address and Telephone number in the above posting.

email: philiproe2012@gmail.com

07758315022

I would be delighted to hear from anyone who had involvement with Merrion Hall in the 1960's

Philip Roe
London
Monday, Sep 15, 2014 : 23:12

Philip Roe said ...
Anyone know what happened to Harold Senior who led the Bible Study in Merrion Hall in the 1960's.


Philip Roe 07758315022

philiproe2012@gmail.com
Friday, Jul 7, 2017 : 16:57



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