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 Carrick House Photo front.jpg  1987 Hymnbook zippered Thumbnails 1998 Christian Convention letterhead 1987 Hymnbook zippered Thumbnails 1998 Christian Convention letterhead

Located southwest of Dublin, Carrick House is the oldest Convention continuously held in Ireland.
Also, it is the second longest running Convention in the world.
This home, with 24-inch thick stone walls, is well over 200 years old.
John Pearson (1856–1938) professed in 1902 and purchased his old homeplace, Carrick House, around 1906.
John's son, Irvine Pearson (1908–1997), an Overseer of Ireland for a time, was born and raised in this home.

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