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BIGGER, Francis Joseph (1863–1926) Francis Joseph BIGGER 1863 1926 Béal Feirste, Co ··· Ba é an seachtú mac é ag Joseph Bigger agus ba é Joseph seachtú mac David Bigger (ball d’Óglaigh Ghrattan) arbh é seachtú mac William Bigger ó Bhaile an Bhiggearaigh, Maigh Bhloisce, Contae Aontroma é ··· Tá cuntas air ag John Smith Crone in In remembrance: articles and sketches, biographical, historical, topographical by Francis Joseph Bigger, 1927
Bigger [B4] in An Leabharlann, Márta 1907 ar a chuid scríbhinní; agus ag Eoin Mac Néill [B4] ar a Iámhscríbhinní in Irisleabhar na Gaedhilge, Lúnasa-Samhain 1906 ··· There is more of the true history of Ireland in the Penal Days in these volumes than in the State Papers.’ Is é dúirt Bigger: ‘He had travelled much, in Rome several times, in France, Italy and Greece ··· I gcuntas san iris sin in Iúil 1906 dúirt Francis Joseph Bigger faoi gur chainteoir líofa Ghaeilge é ó bhí sé ina fhear óg agus gur chaith sé a shaol ag déanamh staidéir ar stair na hÉireann
Bhí an méid seo sa chéad uimhir de An tEaglaiseach Gaelach, Márta 1919, ag Francis Bigger: ‘On 19th day of November the full Gaelic Church burial service was said at the open grave of the Rev ··· Bigger a fuair an uaigh dó
Scríobh Francis Joseph Bigger[B4] cuntas ar a bheatha in Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Eanáir 1901, agus tá beagán curtha aige leis san iris chéanna in Iúil 1906, agus chuir Donal O’Sullivan[B3] eagar ar a chuimhní in Carolan: life and times of an Irish harper, 1958
Bigger [B4]; bhí ardspéis aige sna healaíona, in ársaíocht agus i seandálaíocht agus thugadh sé Máirín leis ar a thurasanna
D’inis easpag na deoise do Phádraig Mac Piarais[B4] agus do Francis Bigger[B4] go raibh pleananna aige chun an teanga a shábháil i Machaire Eabha agus chuige sin go raibh an tAthair Ó hEidhin curtha aige ann (idem 7 Meán Fómhair 1907)
Sa ghinealas siar go Sir Maolmhuire Mac Suibhne, a chuir an Donnabhánach lena litir de 5 Meán Fómhair 1835 (i gcló ag Francis Bigger [q.v.] in Ulster Journal of Archaeology, Feabhra, Bealtaine, Lúnasa 1908), luann sé Tarlach agus Donncha díreach i ndiaidh Éamoinn Rua
He was leader of the Dublin Warpipers’ Band, which won third prize at the carnival, while Séamas himself won distinction by winning first prize in the individual warpipes contest, and also Francis Joseph Bigger’s prize for the best all-round warpiper