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Nuair a thug Peadar Ó hAnnracháin [B1] cuairt ar Bhéal Átha Póirín ar 15 Márta 1902 thug sé an tuairisc seo ar an áit: ‘Ballyporeen was the first place I visited in Tipperary ··· Pádraig Ó Cadhla[B2] a thug cuairt ar an scoil an bhliain dár gcionn: ‘Mr Kiely visited Ballyporeen where the significant work of Mr Neville bears fruit’ (ibid 4 Márta 1903). Oíche an Daonáirimh i 1901 bhí sé ar lóistín i dteach mhuintir Mhic Ghearailt
Tá fógra James, an Tiarna Barún Kingston, in Cork Evening Post 18 Meán Fómhair 1758 i gcló ag Holland: ‘Whereas John O’Bryan of Ballinterry, in the County of Cork, assuming the dignity of Lord Bishop of Cloyne, hath as Bishop of said Diocese taken upon him to excommunicate the inhabitants of the Town of Mitchelstown and the Parish of Brigown [Brí Gobhann] and to forbid all persons within said Diocese to hold any correspondence or commerce with the inhabitants of said town or parish upon pain of excommunication on account of some insult alleged to have been given Pierce Creagh who assumes the dignity of Lord Bishop of Waterford and Lismore, and, whereas in consequence of said sentence and orders of said O’Bryan and Creagh, Nicholas [Sheehy], Popish Priest of the Parish of Ballyporeen together with several other Popish Priests..