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The remains of Burriscarra Augustinian friary stand in the barony of Carra in Co. Mayo, close to the shores of Lough Carra. The friary was originally founded in 1298 for the Carmelites, another mendicant order, by Adam de Staunton (d. 1300). By the end of the 14th century, the friary had been abandoned by the Carmelite friars and in 1413 it was handed over to the Augustinian friars of nearby Ballinrobe at the instance of Edmund and Richard Staunton, descendants of the original founder of the friary. The remains of Burriscarra are amongst the most extensive of the Augustinian order in Ireland, which gives them an important place in the architectural heritage of Irish mendicant friaries, dominated by the Franciscan and Dominican orders. They consist of the church with a south lateral aisle, the sacristy, the east range and part of the west range of domestic buildings.