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Index to P.MacSuibhne book

The Parish of Killeshin'1972.
Graiguecullen.

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Dalton, Thomas, Chapel St., 118.
Daunt, Thomas, Esq., Sleaty, 127.
Davis, John, Graigue, 115.
Day, Daniel, Graigue, 114.
Deegan, Michael, Aries. A great church worker and hence called "Priest
Deegan." Rate-collector, highly respected. Accurate local historian, 104.
Deering, Richard, Chapel St., 118.
Delaney, Fr. Thomas C.C., Killeshin 1872 - 4, 146. Mrs taught school in
Henry St., Graigue, 38. Patrick and William, Rossmore, 124. Martin and
Thomas, Graigue, 114-5. Patrick, Sleaty St., 117. Patrick, Springhill, 126.
James, Bridge St., 118.
Dempsey, James, Tullow St., 80. Fr. James, C.C., Killeshin 1874 - 85, 147. Edward, Mary and John, Coorlaghan, 112. James, Sleaty, 127.
Denn, Thady, Killabban, 137.
Dennis, Major, English army officer, 77.
Deny Moyle, Doire Maol, 62. D Lane, also called Sheegans, i.e. Sheehans' Lane, Old road from Sletty to Killeshin, 37.
De Valera, Eamonn, Taoiseach, invited to Turf-cutting, 90, 157.
De Vere, Aubrey, poet, 4.
Devereux, William, Chapel St., 119.
Devine, Peter, Church St., 119.
Dillon, Patrick, Springhill, 125.
Doherty, Rose, Sletty, 36. Hugh, Graigue, 114.
Domhnach Fiacc, in Uibh Ceannselagh, where St. Fiacc founded his first church, 9.
Donegal, Franciscan monastery of, where the Four Masters wrote their Annals, 44.
Donnelly, Margaret, Coorlaghan, 112. John, Graigue, 114. Michael, Rossmore, 124.
Donohoe, Fr. Michael, D.Ph, ninth rector of Knockbeg, 17, 18. Jamesie, teacher at Cnoc Beag, 23. John and James, Sleaty St., 117. Sylvester, John and Charles, Church St., 119. Mary and James, Graigue, 114. Johanna. Curragh, 113. Murtagh, King St., 118.
Doogan, Patrick, Graigue, 115.
Doogue, Patrick and Edward, Killeshin, 122, 160.
Doolan, Mary, Rossmore, 124.
Dooley, Thomas, Ballykillen 109. Anne, Keeloge, 121. Michael, Rossmore, 158.
Doran, Mr. Denis, Keelogue. The Mass Hollow on his land, 45, 55. William,
Hugh, Martin and John, Keeloge, 121. Henry, Rossmore, 124. Myles,
United Irishman of Ballickmoyler, 75. Denis, Keelogue, 160.
Douglas, Julia, King St., 118.
Dowd, Michael, Ardateggle, 108.
Dowdal, Bob, a great singer, 35.
Dowling, William, Church St., 119. Mrs.. Brigid, Bohernasear, 109-10.
Edward, Sleaty St., 117. Chapel St., 118, 119. Church St., 119. Graigue, 115. James, The Numbers, 120. Mary, Ballyhide 109. Michael, Coorlaghan 112. Michael, Brigid, William, Patrick and John, Ardateggle, 108. John, Carlow. Graigue hero of '98, 76, 77.
Down, a great church there, 6.
Doyle, Fr. James, O.S.A., 40. Comes as professor to Carlow College, 65. In 1819 he is put first on the list of three by the priests. Elected bishop by Rome, 66. Consecrated bishop in Dean Staunton s parish Church 1819, 66. Conies to live in Old Derrig June 1822, 66. His Clergy List of 1820, 63. Bryan and Eliza, Graigue, 114. Michael and Patrick, Ardateggle, 108. Alexander and James, The Numbers, 120. Francis, Chapel St., 118. Mary, King St., 118. Thomas, Graigue, 115. Eliza, Sleaty St., 117. Fr. P. J., eighth rector of Knockbeg, 17, 19. Dr. James Doyle, 153. Fr. Peter, 153. Fr. Martin, 162.
Doyne, one-time owner of Kellistown, 88.
Drymsalach in Farnans, 33.
Dubhtach Mac Lugair, disciple of St. Patrick, arch-poet of Fire, 3, 4, 5, 9.
Duane, Fr. Thady, PP., Mountmellick 137.
Dublin to Cork road, the Old, 34.
Ducketts' Grove, Land division there, 88, 89. William Duckett, Stanney, 126.
Duigan, Patrick, Bridge St., 118.
Dunne, James, Springhill, 125, 126. James and Morgan, Rossmore, 125. John, Ardateggle 108. Edward Graigue, 114. Martin, Cappanaboe 110. Richard, Esq., Sleaty, 127. William, Whitecastle or Graigue Bridge, 121. Walter, Killeshin 122. John, Ballykillen, 109. Jim in three generations, 155.
Dunny, Fr. James C.C., lived at Somerton in the abence of the PP. A great horseman, 103. Attended the Creede - Gaskin wedding, 29. C.C., Killeshin 1906-18, 48. Miss Lizzie, venerable historian at Sletty, 12, 31.
Durach, The, a river coming from Herondale. Turned a mill at McWey's, Sletty, 34.
Dwyer, Michael, Sleaty St., 117, 118. Catherine and Henry, Esq., Clonmore, 111. Dwyer's' Hill, 155.
Dyall, Doyle. Catherine, Mill St., 118.
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Egan, Fr. Manus, P.P., Killeshin, 137. Daniel, Springhill, 126.
Elliot, Samuel, Crossneen, 113.
Emerson, John, Graigue, 115. John, King St., 118.
English, Michael, King St., 118.
Everton, Graigue, private boarding school, 81, 82. 84.
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Falkiner, Harmon, Monure, 123. Springhill, 126.
Famine, The Great 1847 ruined Irish civilization, 61.
Fanning, Fr. Wm. PP., Leighlin received Padraig MacGamhna's remains at Killeshin, 71. CC. Killeshin 1919 - 24. 148.
Farrells of Crossneen, 78. Captain Andrew, '98 hero, 78, 79. Called St. Ruth. 80. James, Mary, Thomas, William, 113. Patrick and John, Killeshin. 122. Patrick, Keeloge, 121. Michael, 120. Fr. James CC. Killeshin 1890-~3, 148. William wrote Carlow in '98, 76. John brought goods from Dublin to Carlow and Mageney shops, 35. Jane, Marrins' Lane, 116. Simon. Maryboro' St., 115. Brigid, King St., 118. Michael, 154.
Fassach-Dineen. Co. Kilkenny, 52.
Fenlon, John, The Numbers, 120. John, Ballyhide, 109. Sarah, Cappanaboe, 110.
Fennell, Fr. Tom PP., Sydney, 152. Richard, Rossmore, 124. John, Chapel St., 118. John, The Numbers, 120. Garrett, Church St., 119. Michael and Mary Farrell, Maryboro' St., 115. Mr. Albert, Killeshin. St. Diarmuid's
Blessed Well is on his land, 45. Mr. Fennell, Springhill. A former Mass-Station beside his land, 58. Fennell's field, 132. Fennell family 156-7.
Fennelly, Michael, Church St., 119.
Ferguson, Sir Samuel, poet, 5, 7.
Fetherson, Thomas J. Esq., Curragh, 113.
Fiacc's Folk, Killeshin parish newsletter, 106, 131.
Finn, Daniel and James, Rossmore, 124. Thomas, writer in The Irish Magazine, 14.
Fishbourne, William, Cappalug, 110. Leagh, 123. Shanvally 125. Joseph, Cappanamrogue, 110.
Fisher, Benj. Esq., Monure, 123. Springhill, 125, 126. Matthew, Graigue. 114.
Fishogue, The, a river coming from Ashfield to Clogrennan, 34, 160.
Fitzgerald, Fr. Andrew, O.P.M.A., Kilkenny comes as professor to Carlow College, 1800. Becomes president, 1814, 65, 153. Fr Richard, PP., Killeshin, 63. Dies 1823, 68, 1 ~7. Fr. William, PP., V.F., Carlow, died 1823, 68. Barry, modelled his priests part on Fr. P. MacSuibhne, 23. James, Carlow, built cemetery wall at Killeshin, 52. Gerald, Esq., Keeloge, 121. F. of Dwyer's' Hill, 156. Fr Richard P.P. built Graigue chapel, 163.
Fitzmaurice, James, Esq., Coorlaghan, 112. James, Esq., 122. James, Ardateggle, 108. William and James, Old Derrig, 123.
Fitzpatrick, Brigid, Ballyhide, 109. Mary, Judith, Brigid and James, Rossmore, 124. Tony, read the address at the Mass Hollow ceremony, 55. Andy and Mrs, owners of Sraugh Ho., Ballon where Fr. McDonald was reared, 63. Margaret, Morrin's Lane, 116.
Flanagan, Anne, Ballykillen, 109.
Fleming, Mary, Church St., 119.
Flood, Richard and Patrick, Sleaty St., 117. John, Chapel St., 118. John, King St., 118. Wellington Quay, 121.
Flynn, James, Ballyhide, 109.
Focluth wood. The youth of Focluth invited Patrick to Eire, 6.
Fogarty, Fr. James, PP., Killeshin, 17. Transferred St. Anne's Church to Graigue, 101. Very reserved, 104, 129, 134, 135, 145. Martin, Rossmore, 124.
Foley, Fr. Patrick, later bishop, got Bishop Lynch to arrange that all future priests do their early studies at Knockbeg, 23, 30. Encouraged the Poor Clares, 95. Bought the new jail now Hanover Works, 15. Fr. John, C.C., Killeshin, I 888-9, 148. Foley and Sullivan, Architects of St. Clare's Church, 103. Foley's library, Graigue Bridge, first home of the Poor Clares, 93. Mary, Maryboro' St., 116. Susan, The Numbers, 120. Denis, Crossneen, 113.
Forge field in Clonagh, 32.
Foy, Michael, Sleaty, 127.
Freemans, of Graigcullen, 76.
Fullam, Patrick, Graigue, 114.
Furlong, William, Protestant swore against Andy Farrell, 79.
 
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