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Ba iad a thuismitheoirí Joseph Devonshire Fisher agus Margaret Allen arbh as Cluain Tí Foircill i gceantar Cheann Toirc di ··· Dhealródh gurbh é seo an William Fisher a chuaigh isteach i gColáiste na Tríonóide agus a bhain BA amach in 1836; ba é Joseph Fisher, feirmeoir i gContae Phort Láirge, a athairsean, dar le cáipéisí an choláiste ··· ‘Standish O’Grady, whose father was a nearby parson, said that the degree of faith the people had in Fisher could be measured by the fact that all remittances sent home by hundreds of emigrants passed through his hands’ (Bowen) ··· Fiafraíonn Bowen: ‘How does one judge William Allen Fisher in terms of “souperism”, or bribing people to convert to Protestantism?’ agus is é a bhreithiúnas féin nach raibh sé mar a shamhlaigh eití míleata na bProtastúnach ná na gCaitliceach é: ‘He appears to have been a singularly devoted Anglican High Churchman who was a natural pastor, his primary concern being the welfare of the people he loved.’ Nuair a chinn Coláiste Columba, Ráth Fearnáin, go mbeadh an Gaeilge mar ábhar acu shíl sé go bhféadfaí sin a chur chun leasa pháistí na háite ··· White: ‘A Mr Fisher, Rector of Crookhaven, Co