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Phelan air in Old Kilkenny Review 1/3, 1976 agus tugann John Bradley eolas sa réamhrá le hathchló leabhar Carrigan, History and Antiquities of the Diocese of Ossory, 1981. I mBaile Sheoin Rua, Baile an Phoill, Co ··· Whenever weather permitted, his daily routine was generally something like this:- Mass, then visit any sick person under his charge, then without returning home, hunt up some old man to gather local history, what his grandfather told his father or himself, taking pencilled notes, and subsequently correcting or modifying the traditions thus received, by a slightly different version of same incidents obtained from some other old man; and perhaps that same afternoon he’d be on his knees in some neighbouring churchyard rubbing over some semi-undecipherable tombstone trying to correct the narratives thus procured by the guidance of names and dates.’ Deir Ó Fearghail gur dóigh go raibh cuairt tugtha aige ar gach baile fearainn i nDeoise Osraí sular chrom sé in 1897 ar History and antiquities of the Diocese of Ossory a scríobh
Sa mhéid gur scoláire focleolaíochta agus údar aitheanta a dheartháir Éamonn agus gur sin-seanuncail le Dáithí ba ea William Carrigan [q.v.], údar The history and antiquities of the diocese of Ossory (1905), b’fhéidir a rá go raibh agus go bhfuil an scoláireacht ag rith lena mhuintir
Roimhe sin thug William Carrigan[B5] cuntas in History of the Diocese of Ossory