Líon alt a aimsíodh: 35
Nuair a rinneadh daonáireamh 31 Márta 1901 is iad bhí ina gcónaí ann: an t-athair a rugadh i mBaile Átha Cliath agus a bhí 58 bliana d’aois; an mháthair (53) arbh i mBaile Átha Cliath a rugadh í freisin; William (27), cléireach; John (24), déantóir cóistí; Judith (22), cléireach dífhostaithe; Patrick (20), déantóir cóistí (b’in é an fear a bhí páirteach in Éirí Amach na Cásca); Luke (18), liotaealaíontóir ··· Scríobh a chara Pádraig Ó Brolcháin [B1] cuntas ar Liam sa chnuasach, Poems and ballads, (1901) agus dúirt: ‘His father was a man who kept himself always in touch with whatever was most national in the land, and as a younger man was an adherent of Young Ireland ··· An Young Ireland League, cumann a raibh Ó Maolruanaidh ina bhall de, a chéadmhol go dtionólfaí a leithéid ··· He sang for them every hour of the day and if he happened to tire, his poor imitator William Rooney, Griffith’s great butty, sang instead’ ··· Dúirt Pádraic Colum: ‘Those who did not know William Rooney personally find it hard to understand Griffith’s idealization of him
Ní raibh teacht ar theastas breithe ach is ar 20 Iúil 1890, san Ardeaglais i gCorcaigh, a phós a thuismitheoirí, William Callaghan agus Catherine Donovan ··· ‘Labourer’ an cur síos ar William féin, ar a athair agus ar athair Catherine i dtaifead an phósta ··· Faoi Dhaonáireamh 1901 is mar seo a bhí an teaghlach: William Callaghan (34), gníomhaire árachais a raibh Gaeilge aige, a bhean Catherine (34) nach raibh aici ach Béarla ··· I gContae Chorcaí a rugadh William agus Catherine ··· Ba iad a gclann: Daniel (9), scoláire, Gaeilge aige; Mary (5); William (2); Jeremiah (dhá mhí)
O’Sullivan in The Young Irelanders, 1944 atá an cuntas is iomláine ar a shaol ··· Scríobh Ó Dubhthaigh ina thaobh: ‘William Elliot Hudson ··· Hudson’s ear in distinguishing sound, put him to the severest proofs, without a single instance of failure; this induced him to test, through young Hudson, the accuracy of a theory which he held, that every natural sound, such as the roaring of a furnace, the howling of the storm, thunder, water falling in unison, were all one and the same note—the great A of nature
O’Sullivan in The Young Irelanders, 1944 agus tá aiste dar teideal ‘John E ··· Scríobh Charles Gavan Duffy in Four Years of Irish History: ‘I undertook this book resolved to evade no truth, however painful; and it must be written that the bright young enthusiast, who we were accustomed to liken to Robert Emmet, and to describe as a better St ··· Chuir William K ··· Chuir an Dáibhíseach litir chuige ó Chorcaigh in 1843: ‘I wish you were here to take down words and music from every second person I meet.’ Nuair a d’éag an bailitheoir William Forde in 1850 is chuig Pigot a tháinig a lámhscríbhinní ceoil
Ba iad a thuismitheoirí William Archdall, órcheardaí, agus Henrietta Gonne ··· Phós sé Sarah Colles agus ba í Abigail Young a phós sé nuair a d’éag Sarah ··· Bhí mar eiseamlár aige Monasticon Anglicorum le William Dugdale
Pósadh eisean agus máthair Dháithí, Edith Young, arbh iníon í le George Young, ceannaí, san Union Chapel i mBaile Átha Cliath de réir fhoirm agus disciplín na hEaglaise Preispitéirí ar 27 Nollaig 1913 ··· Young, a raibh cónaí air sa teach sin, a thug eolas a báis don chláraitheoir ··· Is sa teach céanna sin a bhí clann Young in 1908 de réir eolaire Thom ··· I ngnó iarna agus crua-earraí George Young Ltd, Sráid na Mainistreach Láir, a bhí na fir go léir ag obair ach ní luaitear aon cheird leis an mbeirt iníonacha ··· Deir Ó Murchú: On this evidence, the name of David Greene must be added to the list of promising young scholars who failed to overcome T
The controversies are dead now, and even Caesar Otway’s part in the arguments, when it has survived in print, can make dull reading, but because a controversy brought him for a while into contact with a young countryman called William Carleton, Caesar Otway is still worth remembering.’ B’fhéidir gurbh fhearr leis féin mar fheartlaoi abairt eile ag Kiely: ‘Looking back at the story of the poverty-stricken island on which he made his journeys he preferred, very decidedly, the memory of Saint Colmcille to the memory of Oliver Cromwell.’ Bhí beartaithe aige stair na hÉireann a scríobh agus eagar a chur ar scríbhinní an staraí James Ware (1594-1666) ach theip ar a shláinte ··· San iris sin a thosaigh William Carleton ag scríobh agus is inti a foilsíodh ‘The Lough Derg pilgrim’ ar dtús; tá de cháil ar Otway ó shin gurbh é a ‘d’fhionn’ Carleton agus is dóigh go raibh baint aige lena iompú ina Phrotastúnach
Deir sé freisin: ‘Ebel, who died young, is one of the great names in the succession of German Celtic scholarship.’ D’aistrigh William Kirby Sullivan[q.v.] cuid dá aistí agus foilsíodh iad faoin teideal Celtic Studies from the German of Dr
Aontroma, mar a raibh a athair William (d’éag 1783) ina dhochtúir, a rugadh é Lúnasa 1778 ··· Tar éis oiliúna san Belfast Academy fuair William post i monarcha i Sasana ach in aois a 16 chuaigh go Coláiste Ghlaschú agus é ar intinn aige a bheith ina shagart ··· On the day of Antrim fight, when the victorious cavalry returned to Larne, one of the officers presented a pistol at Drummond’s head, exclaiming, “You young villian, it is you and the like of you that have brought this upon us, with your infernal poetry!” but a companion dashed the weapon aside.’ Bhí sé ag scríobh dráma ar eachtraí 1798 ach níor chríochnaigh é; shíl sé nár chuí do mhinistir Úinitéiréach a leithéid a fhoilsiú ··· Tá liosta a leabhar in Dictionary of National Biography agus liosta dá dhánta in ‘The Poetry of William Hamilton Drummond, D.D., M.R.I.A.’ le Samuel Shannon Millin (Ulster Journal of Archaeology, 1901) ··· Bhí sé ar na daoine a dhamnaigh Macpherson[q.v.]: ‘In 1830 there appeared two strong, long and, if it comes to that, somewhat otiose condemnations of Macpherson’s Ossianic forgeries, one by William Hamilton Drummond and one by Edward O’Reilly [Éadbhard Ó Raghallaigh q.v.]’ (E.G
Tuairiscíodh in The Nation 26 Meán Fómhair 1896 gur toghadh John, Joseph agus William Shortall ina mbaill den Ard-Chraobh den Chonradh ··· In 1903 bhuaigh sé an bonn óir sa chomórtas ‘Céim an Oide’ agus dúradh i bpáipéar an Chonartha ar 15 Lúnasa 1903: ‘His great knowledge of Irish equals that of young native speakers, his knowledge of literature is both wide and accurate’ ··· Is ann a bhí sé i nDaonáireamh 1911: William Soirtéal (33), ‘múinteoir gan obair’, a rugadh i mBaile Átha Cliath; a dheirfiúr Máire (40), ‘cailín meaisíne’; Bríd (38), nár luadh aon slí bheatha léi; a uncail Pól (74), baintreach, a rugadh i Sráidbhaile, Co
He bought a number of books and manuscripts, mostly in Irish, collected some years before by the scribe and scholar [Muiris] O’Gorman [q.v.] who had coached General Vallancey [q.v.] and “ghosted” the Irish passages of his writings, from a young man named Wright who was about to emigrate ··· As aiste le William Elliott Hudson [q.v.] in The Citizen, Eanáir 1841, tarraingíonn sé eolas i dtaobh ar bhailigh an Raghallach d’fhoinn, ar fhoinn neamhfhoilsithe de dhéantús Uí Chearbhalláin cuid díobh ··· Bhain sé leas san fhoclóir seo as an gcnuasach mór focal a bhí déanta ag William Haliday[q.v.] ··· Gwynn) go raibh an clárú sin ‘usually superficial and frequently incorrect.’ Chabhraíodh sé le Sir William Betham [q.v.] ina chuid taighde
Foilsíodh dhá bheathaisnéis: William J ··· Walsh agus William J ··· Nuair nach raibh ach bliain agus naoi mí ag William chláraigh Ralph é mar bhall den Repeal Association ··· Scríobh sé píosaí in The Nation agus é go fóill ina mhac léinn agus bhí sé ina bhall de Young Ireland Club an aosa óig
Ba é Arthur William Murnaghan, oifigeach sa tSuirbhéaracht Ordanáis, a athair ··· Bhí Ella Young[B4] ina rúnaí ar an gcoiste sin; Art a mhaisigh scéal Ella, ‘The Adventures of Gobbaun Saor and his son’, in The Dublin Magazine, Meán Fómhair 1923 ar aghaidh
Donegal (1895), le William James Doherty ··· he lived in yonder old walls in common with the young priests whom he prepared for the mission
‘It is most edifying to see on Sundays and holydays the pastor at one end of the chapel preaching in English to one part of the congregation and the young religious at the other end most fervently instructing through the medium of the ancient language of their country those to whom the English language was unknown.’ (Edmund Ignatius Rice ...) ··· Sa Leas-Ardeaglais a ceiliúradh an t-aifreann éagnairce agus ghlac an tArdeaspag William Walsh [q.v.] agus 70 sagart páirt ann
the Dublin Society, will undertake to instruct young Gentlemen and Ladies in the principles of their own language in a few months, on moderate terms; and at same time will teach Hebrew, Greek, Latin, French, Italian, High and Low Dutch, if required; as also the Elements of Mathematicks, and likewise Logick, Metaphysick, Ethicks, and some other branches of Science ··· An Irish-man who speaks not Irish, is a solecism, which our transmarine neighbours justly ridicule.’ Deir Ó Casaide gurbh é, dá mb’fhíor do Sheán Ó Donnabháin [q.v.], a mhúin Gaeilge do William Haliday [q.v.] agus do George Petrie [q.v.]
Webb air in Trinity College Dublin 1592-1952: ‘A polymath of erudition, piety and charm.’ Tá aiste in Celtica XI, 1976 ag William O’Sullivan (‘The Irish manuscripts in Case H in Trinity CollegeDublin catalogued by Matthew Young in 1781’); níor tháinig an saothar sin 1781 le Young chun solais go dtí le fíordheireanas ··· Ba é Owen Young agus Olivia Bell a thuismitheoirí ··· Walker[q.v.] i 1786: ‘My best respects to Dr Young ··· Doctor Young, but previously a most respectable and respected senior fellow of Trinity College Dublin (in which University I had the happiness of spending nearly 12 years under his kind and generous tutelage) was warmly affected towards the cultivation of Irish literature
Bhí scoil aige i mBóthar Mín cúig mhíle taobh thiar den Uaimh tamall roimh 1826 agus d’fhógair sé: ‘In teaching the young our old Mother Tongue/ At least I may venture to mention / I’m better than some who greedily thumb / The Bible-Society-Pension.’ Is cosúil go raibh cónaí air i mBaile Átha Cliath in 1824 mar tá Mr P ··· It runs thus: Peter, the son of Luke, who was the son of William the son of Luke, who was the son of John, who was the son of Donnell, the son of Donogh, who was the son of Owen More, head of the O Dalys of Kilconnell in 1656, and relative of Colonel Dermot O Daly, who fought against Cromwell at the battle of Kilconnell
Thug An Craoibhín cuairt ar Fhaing ar 5 Lúnasa 1891 (Dominic Daly, The young Douglas Hyde: the dawn of the Irish revolution and renaissance, 1874-1893, 1974) agus in 1925 ba chuimhin leis go raibh Gaeilge le cloisteáil sna tithe timpeall an bhaile ··· B’fhéidir go raibh tionchar uirthi ag Searlot Gráinne Ní Bhriain, iníon William Smith O’Brien, a bhí ag cur fúithi sa chomharsanacht
I bhfógra báis Sarah in Irish Times tugadh a seoladh, 47 Moyne Road, Ráth Maonais, agus dúradh gurbh í baintreach Thomas Houghton Scarlett í agus aoniníon William Watson, an Tulach, Co ··· ‘Mary Scarlett speaks Irish fluently’, a scríobh Ella Young [B4] fúithi in The Flowering Dusk agus í ag cur síos ar thuras a thug sí féin, Maud Joynt agus Máire ar Chonamara
an Dúin, dá athair William George Blackham ··· I measc na leabhar eile a scríobh sé tá The Black North (1938), Gentle Ireland (1930) agus A first book of Irish literature (1934); The ship that sailed too soon and other stories, 1919; Holy Romans: a young Irishman’s story, 1920; The druid’s cave, 1920; Songs and satires, 1920; What Sinn Féin stands for, 1921; From a Gaelic outpost, 1921; The story of Colmcille, c.1929; The flying cromlech, 1930; The lady of the cromlech, [1930]; Roddy the Rover and his Aunt Louisa, 1933; Old wine: verses from the Irish, Spanish and Latin done chiefly in Irish metres, [1934]; The life story of Wolfe Tone set in a picture of his time, 1935; For God and Spain: the truth about the Spanish War, 1936; Saint Patrick, Apostle of Ireland, 1941; The saints of Ireland
‘However Joyce had his revenge when he featured Walsh in a particularly uncomplimentary manner in the guise of Mac Alister in Portrait of the Artist as Young Man and Hughes in Stephen Hero.’ Bhí sé ar dhuine de na mic léinn a bhí ag tógáil raice san Ancient Concert Rooms i dtaobh dhráma Yeats The Countess Kathleen ar 10 Bealtaine 1899 ··· ‘When William T
na Gaillimhe, a rugadh ‘Conall Cearnach’ (Frederick William O’Connell) ar 22 Deireadh Fómhair 1876 ··· Ba é an Canónach William Morgan O’Connell a athair agus ba í Catherine Donnelly a mháthair ··· Phós sé Helen Young ón Aonach, Co
Ba é John Young, ardsirriam agus leasleifteanant Chontae Aontroma, a hathair ··· Aontachtóirí ba ea muintir Young ··· Ba é an Dr William Reeves (1815–1892), easpag agus ársaitheoir, a mhisnigh í chun staidéar a dhéanamh ar an teanga ··· Young, Galgorm Castle’ i dtaobh Ghaeilge Oileán Reachlainn
Ba iníon í le William Young, Leas-Leifteanant Chontae na Banríona agus giúistís, agus a bhean Margaret Emily Kirk as Durham ··· Jane Agnes Emily Young a ceartainmneacha ··· Thóg an tlarla Roden é timpeall 1765 agus dhealródh gurbh é seanathair Úna an chéad duine de mhuintir Young a lonnaigh ann ··· De réir Burke’s Landed Gentry (1904) b’as Port Chluain Eoghain i gContae Aontroma ó cheart do mhuintir Young an tSráidbhaile
Daly a leabhar The Young Douglas Hyde: the dawn of the Irish revolution and renaissance 1874–1893, 1974 ··· D’fhoghlaim sé buneolas na teanga ó ghraiméar William Neilson in Eanáir 1877 agus cheangail sé le Cumann Buanchoimeádta na Gaeilge an bhliain chéanna sin
Accompanied by Mrs Kenny—“Queen of Irish Fiddlers”—this talented young man’s playing proved how well the Union pipes and fiddle play in unison ··· Comhartha ar a cháil mar phíobaire lena linn is ea gur roghnaíodh é féin agus an píobaire William Andrews (a bhuaigh an chéad duais ag Oireachtas 1911) chun seinm ag oscailt oifigiúil 2RN, an córas náisiúnta craolacháin, 1 Eanáir 1926
Filí na Gaeilge féin, níl aon trácht acu ar aon chrochadh eile lena linn; níor spreag aon bhás eile de chuid na haoise an oiread céanna filíochta.’ In Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society LXIIX, 1968 (‘The Letters and Papers of James Cotter Junior 1689–1720’) tarraingíonn William Hogan agus Liam Ó Buachalla as ábhar a bhailigh an tUrramach George Cotter, duine de shliocht Shéamuis Óig, ábhar atá anois i mbailiúchán lámhscríbhinní na Leabharlainne Náisiúnta ··· 1959 (‘James Cotter, a Seventeenth-Century Agent of the Crown’): ‘The circumstances connected with this affair and with young Cotter’s trial are very strange, and it is highly likely that the real reason for his execution was political.’ Sin é a chreid Caitlicigh ar fud na hÉireann
Bhí Maud agus Kathleen Gonne ansin i Londain ar feadh tréimhse míshona faoi choimirce a n-uncail, William Gonne ··· My head was spinning with her beauty’ (Dominic Daly, The young Douglas Hyde [1974], 95) ··· Ar an 30 Eanáir 1889 casadh uirthi i Londain William Butler Yeats, tar éis gur chuir John O’Leary in aithne dá chéile iad
Chuir Denis Gwynn, staraí agus garmhac William Smith O’Brien[q.v.], réamhrá leis ··· O’Sullivan (The Young Irelanders, 1944) ··· Míníonn John Devoy an stádas sin in alt atá i gcló in Chief of the Comeraghs agus é ag tagairt don dá mhíle fear gan airm ná oiliúint mhíleata a lean Ó Mathúna i gcorraíl 1848: ‘There had been no Young Ireland propaganda among them, and there was probably no Confederate Club in the whole mountain district ··· To be thus compelled to leave the hearth which had become sacred by family associations, at the will of an upstart Saxon lord, was like tearing the heart out of O’Mahony.’ Deir Ó Cathaoir: ‘The loss of Kilbehenny, the first resting-place of the branch of the sept which settled in the neighbourhood, was a bitter experience for, and a formative influence on the young O’Mahony
Chorcaí, dá athair William Power, ar chaptaen loinge é sula bhfuair sé post mar oifigeach custaim ··· I measc na ndaoine a thug síntiúis bhí Lord Aberdeen, Wilfrid Scawen Blunt, Claude Chavasse[B3], Seán Mac Éinrigh[q.v.], An tAthair Mathúin Ó Riain[B1], Sadhbh agus Mairéad Trinseach [B3], Ella Young[B4], Arthur Brandreth[q.v.]
Ba é William Reilly, ceannchonstábla (‘The Bansha Peeler’!), an t-athair, agus ba í Mary Anne Coakley an mháthair ··· Shorten [B4] and J[ohn] O’Leary all of whom were money prize winners at the Feis held in Macroom at the end of last March but who refused to accept the same and tendered them to the local committee to provide an evening’s entertainment for the young people at some future date.’ Áine a bhí i gceannas ar Choiste na mBan agus a bhí ag stiúradh na gcailíní scoile ag canadh na gcurfánna Gaeilge ag an gcóisir sin
Tugtar de thuairisc uirthi sa teastas pósta (19 Deireadh Fómhair 1910) go mba iníon í le William Swanzy, oibrí coitianta, 43 St Mary’s Road, An Trá Thuaidh, Baile Átha Cliath ··· ‘He was, I think, a natural actor and one of the handsomest and truest young Irishmen then living’ (Letters ..
Nuair a bhí Peadar an-óg thug sé pingin ar pháipéirín dar teideal Young Brittanica ··· Thug pingin dhom ansin agus a dúirt liom Young Ireland a cheannach’ ··· Deir cuntas ar a bheatha in An Glór 24 Aibreán 1943 faoin teideal ‘Oighreacht Ghael’ gur cheangail sé le Cumann William Orr Feabhra 1897
Ba iad Dubhghlas de hÍde agus Joseph Maunsell Hone a sheas le Cluad agus ag seasamh le Móirín bhí Neilí Ní Bhriain[B1], Eibhlín Ní Ógáin (Ella Young), agus Mairéad agus Sadhbh Trinseach[q.v.] ··· Dar leis an gcuntas iarbháis in Irish Times 11 Bealtaine 1972 go raibh sí síolraithe go díreach ó William Smith O’Brien