Rathmullan Abbey was built between 1508 and 1516 by Ruaidhri MacSweeney and his wife Maire to honour their son Ruaidhri who died in 1508.
It was plundered by George Bingham in 1595 and used as a barracks by Ralph Bingley in 1601.
It was adapted as a castle residence by Bishop Knox in 1618. The Chancel continued as a parish church until it was abandoned in 1814.
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