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Ba é James Turbitt, déantóir cóistí, a hathair agus ba í Mary Boyle a máthair ··· Ros Comáin, nuair a bhí Daonáireamh 1901 á dhéanamh agus is mar seo a bhí an teaghlach: James (40); a bhean Mary (42); Hugh (20), déantóir cóistí; James Joseph (15), scoláire; Mary Alice (14); Maggie Jane (12); Catherine (8); Annie (6); Thomas (5)
Bhí cónaí ar a thuismitheoirí, John Irvine, díoltóir leabhar, agus Jane Boyle, ag East Bridge Street sa bhaile mór sin
Ba é an t-easpag é ba mhó a thug tacaíocht do dhaoine mar Robert Boyle [q.v.], Andrew FitzJohn Sall [q.v.] agus Narcissus Marsh [q.v.] nuair a bhí siad ag iarraidh an Tiomna Nua a athfhoilsiú agus Sean-Tiomna Uilliam Bedell[q.v.] a chlóbhualadh den chéaduair ··· Ba í Jane Culme, neacht le James Ussher[q.v.], a chéad bhean agus bhí beirt mhac agus beirt iníonacha acu
In Irish Ecclesiastical Record 91, 1963 (‘Fearghal Ó Gadhra and the Four Masters’) féachann Alexander Boyle le míniú a fháil air sin ··· Deir Boyle: ‘It would appear possible that the connecting links were the constant succession of Trinity wards from the country through whose family connections the procuring of manuscripts and the translating of selected passages could be arranged ... ··· Deir Boyle: ‘Even though the wards, back on their ancestral estates, reverted to type and resumed, if they had ever lost it, the religious and national outlook of their fathers, it would be policy to turn the blind eye rather than admit the whole scheme of Trinity wardships to be a failure.’ Is dóigh gur mar sin a bhí i gcás Uí Ghadhra ··· Ach is é an léamh a dhéanann Boyle ar fhocail Uí Chléirigh, ‘gurbh ábhar trua agus neimhéala’ leis an nGadhrach an t-aineolas coiteann i dtaobh naoimh agus ríthe na hÉireann, go raibh machnamh déanta ag Ó Gadhra ar an ngá a bhí le tionscnamh éigin sular tháinig Ó Cléirigh ina ghaobhar ··· Ach tá tagairt aici freisin dó timpeall 1641: ‘Jane Brown, wife of the registrar of Killala and Achonry, was also physically abused, but was rescued by Fergal O’Gara.’ Bhí sé pósta ar Isibéal Táth, iníon le Sir John Taaffe, tiarna an Chorainn
Deir sé go bhfuil dialann Uí Shéaghdha in eagar ag Dr Peter Boyle agus go bhfuiltear ag súil lena foilsiú; tá sleachta i gcló ag Ciarán san aiste ··· Bhí sé pósta ar Jane Armstrong ó Mhainistir na Búille agus rugadh cúigear leanaí dóibh
Meagher: ‘His square, broad frame; his frank, gay, fearless look; the warm, forcible, headlong earnestness of his manner; the quickness and elasticity of his movements; the rapid glances of his clear, full eyes; the proud bearing of his head; everything about him struck us with a brilliant and exciting effect, as he threw himself from his saddle, and tossing his bridle on his arm, hastened to meet and welcome us.’ Ní raibh sé i láthair i mBaile an Gharraí ach lean sé air ag treallchogaíocht ar feadh tamaill ghairid sular chuir sé a lucht leanúna abhaile gur thug a fheirm dá dheirfiúr Jane, a bhí pósta ar Shéamus Móinbhíol i mBaile Uí Dhuinn, agus gur éalaigh go Páras ··· Seo é an cur síos a rinne John Boyle O’Reilly (1844-90) air: ‘A tall gaunt figure, the mere framework of a mighty man; a large lustre-less face with deep-sunken introverted eyes; faded lightish hair, worn long to the shoulders; an overcoat always buttoned, as if to hide the ravages of wear and tear on the inner garments; something of this, and something too of gentleness and knightlihood, not easily described, were in the awkward and slow moving figure, with melancholy and abstracted gaze