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Franciscan friary founded by Sir William Hacket in c.1265. After several interruptions in the 17th century, it persisted into the 18th century.
See more Cavan, Franciscan friaryCavan, Franciscan friary
Former Franciscan friary founded by Giolla Íosa Ruadh Ó Raghallaigh, lord of Bréifne, in the early 14th century.
See more John ColganColgan (John)
Mac Colgáin (Seán)
Irish Franciscan at St Anthony’s College, Louvain; scholar, theologian, editor and hagiographer.
See more John Goolde [friar and scribe]Goolde (John) ... friar and scribe
(fl. c.17th century, first half)
Friar, guardian of the Franciscan friary in Cashel, and scribe who was responsible for a copy of the Vitae sanctorum Hiberniae and had worked together with the Four Masters.
See more Edmund MacCanaMacCana (Edmund)
A Franciscan friar known chiefly as the author of an Itinerary of Ireland (written in c.1644) and an account of Sanda Island.
See more Cormac mac Diarmada mheic Taidhg Chaim Ó CléirighÓ Cléirigh (Cormac mac Diarmada mheic Taidhg Chaim)
Irish friar, a son of Diarmaid son of Tadhg Cam Ó Cléirigh.
See more Mícheál Ó CléirighÓ Cléirigh (Mícheál)
Irish scholar, historian and scribe.
See more Toirdhealbhach Ó MealláinÓ Mealláin (Toirdhealbhach)
Ó Mealláin (Tarlach)
Franciscan friar of Brantry (Co. Tyrone), who has been identified as the author of a journal describing the first years (1641-1647) of the Irish Confederate Wars.
See more Hugh WardWard (Hugh)
Mac an Bhaird (Aodh Buidhe)
Irish Franciscan friar, historian and author
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