County Wexford

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County Wexford

  • UF Wexford
  • UF Co. Wexford
  • UF Loch Garman

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15 Collection results for County Wexford

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Biographical notes on Fr Andrew Cassin of Ferns

Biographical notes on Fr Andrew Cassin of Ferns (P.P. 1762- 1786) (possibly a Jesuit) and Fr Edward Redmond of Ferns, written by Canon Gahan ‘a relative of Fr Matt Gahan of the Isle of Man – who is P.P. of Gorey & a bit of a historian himself.’

Letter from Fr James A. Cullen to Fr James Tuite SJ, Irish Provincial regarding his wish to join the Society of Jesus

Letter from Fr James A. Cullen, House of Missions, Enniscorthy, County Wexford to Rev James Tuite SJ, Irish Provincial, Milltown Park, Dublin regarding his wish to join the Society of Jesus. Remarks ‘...my life for years has been drifting in this direction.’. Requests a meeting with Rev Tuite SJ; includes a letter from Dr Cruise, 93 Merrion Square, Dublin to Rev Tuite concerning Fr Cullen. Remarks ‘I don’t find any objection to his carrying out this wish.’.

Letter from Fr James A. Cullen, Tagoat, Wexford to Rev James Tuite SJ, Irish Provincial, concerning a meeting with Dr. Warren

Letter from Fr James A. Cullen, Tagoat, Wexford to Rev James Tuite SJ, Irish Provincial, Milltown Park, Dublin concerning a meeting with Dr Warren. Remarks ‘He could not be kinder with me and told he would place no obstacle in the way of my vocation.’ Refers also to shares in National Bank stock he (Fr Cullen) intends to sign over to the Society.

Letter from the Bishop of Ferns concerning the Society of Jesus' desire to establish a community house in the Diocese of Ferns

Letter from William Codd, Bishop of Ferns, Summerhill, County Wexford to Irish Fr Provincial John Fahy SJ concerning the Society of Jesus' desire to establish a community house in the Diocese of Ferns. Remarks 'They have about a score of applications from Religious Congregations and Orders for permission to take up property here within the past few years...they made an exhaustive inquiry as to whether the needs of any part of the diocese or of the whole would admit the introduction of a new congregation...they came to the unanimous conclusion that they could see no need at all for this.'

Codd, William, 1864-1938, Roman Catholic Bishop of Ferns

Letters from Fr James A. Cullen to Irish Fr Provincial James Tuite SJ, concerning his noviceship

  • IE IJA J/24/6
  • File
  • 30 May - 18 August 1881
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

A file of letters from Fr James A. Cullen to Irish Fr Provincial James Tuite SJ, concerning his noviceship. Includes a letter in which Fr Cullen remarks ‘If I might have a month or five weeks for vacation...I would prize it as it might strengthen my body and soul.’. Continues ‘I am very anxious for many reasons that my noviceship should be on the continent.’ (2 June 1881, 4pp). Includes a letter to Rev Tuite SJ thanking him for organising a place in the Novitiate of Arlon, Belgium (14 July 1881, 4pp).

Letters from Fr Willie Doyle SJ, 1907-1915

  • IE IJA J/2/82
  • File
  • 28 July 1907 - 6 November 1915
  • Part of Irish Jesuits

File of holograph letters and typewritten letters by Fr Willie Doyle SJ concerning his ordination at Milltown Park (28 July 1907); tertianship at L’ Ancienne Abbaye, Tronchiennes, Belgium to his mother and father, his sister Mai and brother Charles (October 1907 - 21 July 1908); attending a mission in Great Yarmouth (20 April 1908); work as a minister at Belvedere College to his sister Mai (April - July 1909); at the Convent of St John of God, Wexford to his sister Mai (2 August 1910); at Enghien, Belgium to his father (2 - 14 October 1912); while giving missions in Clare, Cork, Limerick and Dublin and working at Rathfarnham Castle, to his father and sister Mai (20 March 1914 - 6 November 1915).

Material concerning the Jesuits in New Ross, County Wexford in the seventeenth century

Material concerning the Jesuits in New Ross, County Wexford in the seventeenth century. Includes:

  • notes by Fr John MacErlean SJ (4pp);
  • letters from a Patrick Donovan, Upper Rosbercon, New Ross to Frs Matthew Meade and John MacErlean seeking information on the history of the Jesuits in New Ross, in particular the book of carols ‘A Pious Garland’ compiled by Fr Luke Wadding SJ, and information on Fr Hosschius Sidronius (31 January - 3 March 1948, 3 items, 18pp);
  • notes by Diarmaid Walsh, Coolcull House, Taghmon, County Wexford to Fr Stephenson (10 November 1971);
  • extract of an O.S. map indicating the site of the seventeenth century Jesuit church in New Ross (no scale given) and
  • note by Fr Fergus O'Donoghue SJ on the Jesuit presence in the town of Wexford (14 June 2000, 1p).

MacErlean, John C, 1870-1950, Jesuit priest, historian and archivist

Nine photographic albums belonging to Fr Frank Browne SJ containing positives (his own)

Nine photographic albums belonging to Fr Frank Browne SJ containing positives (his own). Fr Browne has captioned some of the albums:

  1. Crosses of Ireland: 94 photographs.
  2. English churches: 197 photographs.
  3. “People I have seen in many lands”: Scotland, Australia, Africa, Egypt, Tipperary, Ireland, Australia, Ceylon, South Africa. 95 photographs, captioned.
  4. Rock of Cashel, Moyne Abbey, Murrisk Abbey, Buttevant Abbey, Kells, Urlaur, Ardmore. 95 photographs, captioned.
  5. Ardfert Cathedral, Athassel Priory, Ballysadare, Boyle Abbey, Cashel, Claregalway Friary, Crevalea Friary, Kilconell Friary. 1925-29, 96 photographs, captioned.
  6. Religious sites in Clare: Clare Abbey, Ennis, Killaloe, Killone, Quin St Flannan and St Molua. 15-16 August 1930, 96 photographs, captioned.
  7. Prehistoric antiquities around Ireland (ringforts, standing stones, ogham stones, dolmens, Grianán Ailigh). 96 photographs.
  8. Cistercian Abbeys of Ireland: Volume 1. Mellifont, Boyle, Jerpoint, Holy Cross, Dunbrody, Graiguenamanagh, Tracton, Hore. 1929-1930, 179 photographs, captioned.
  9. Cistercian Abbeys of Ireland: Volume 2. Bective, Assaroe, Inniscourey, Tintern, Knockmoy, Kilcooley, Mount St Joseph Roscrea. 1930-1931, 132 photographs, captioned.

Browne, Francis M, 1880-1960, Jesuit priest, photographer and chaplain

Notes on the history of the Jesuits in Galway

Typed notes on the history of the Jesuits in Galway by [Fr Paddy O'Kelly SJ]. Includes reference to books in Waterford and Carlow College which belonged to the Jesuit residences of Galway, New Ross and Dublin and book on the Jesuit residence at Athlone in Galway. Note by Rupert Coyle SJ (17 January 1964); list of priests educated at St Ignatius College, Galway; list of furnishings of St Ignatius Church.

Coyle, Rupert F H, 1896-1978, Jesuit priest