Líon alt a bhfuil an ghné seo luaite iontu: 8
In History of the town and county of the town of Galway, 1820 deir James Hardiman[B6] gurbh é a bhí ann ‘abbot of Kilmannock’ agus ‘proctor for the chapter and clergy of Tuam’ agus go raibh sé ag Sionad Jamestown, Co ··· John Dooley, who was vicar-general of Tuam for thirty five years; all during the time of the persecution he suffered a great deal, and as a Catholic gentleman of that diocese informs me, it was he who kept alive the spark of faith which remained in that diocese and in the whole province; he is the best canonist in the province, the archbishop of Tuam informs me’ (The letters of St
Tá cur síos ag Tomás Ó Fiaich in Léachtaí Cholm Cille II, 1971 (‘Republicanism and Separatism in the Seventeenth Century’) ar scéim a bhí á forbairt ansiúd agus sa Spáinn chun go ndéanfadh Iarlaí Thír Eoghain agus Thír Chonaill ionradh ar Éirinn: ‘From 1625 on, however, the idea was pressed unceasingly on the Spanish authorities by two groups of Irishmen in the Low Countries, a group of ecclesiastics of whom the most notable was Archbishop Florence Conry of Tuam and a group of Irish officers in the Spanish forces of whom the best known was Major Eugenio O’Neill – Owen Roe.’ Is dóigh le Ó Fiaich gur chun an scéim a chur chun cinn i gcúirt na Spáinne a d’aistrigh an tArdeaspag go Maidrid tuairim Eanáir 1627
Dúirt Nollaig Ó Gadhra in Éire-Ireland, geimhreadh 1977: ‘Not since MacHale ruled the Tuam Archdiocese
In the Tuam ‘batch’ John O’Reilly was an enthusiast
Costello of Tuam”. Thosaigh sí ag bailiú na n-amhrán i gceantar Thuama i 1904
Greene, Miss Drury (now Mrs [Eileen] Costello of Tuam) [B2]
Trench’s turf and brought it home; and when the relief committee met in Tuam for the last time, with the Catholic Archbishop in the chair, the following resolution was unanimously passed: “That the judicious unwearied and efficient exertions of his Grace, the Archbishop of Tuam, call for warmest sentiments of admiration, and we beg to offer him the humble tribute of our sincere gratitude, hoping that his benignity of character and his well-directed benevolence, qualities worthy of our admiration, may long continue to shed their influence upon us”.’ Tá tuilleadh eolais faoin mbeatha seo ar fáil ar http://dib.cambridge.org/ »
Corish: ‘James Tully, ordained for Tuam in 1825 was reluctantly appointed in 1828, the trustees reluctant because they did not consider him a good candidate, the candidate reluctant because he was far more interested in going to a parish than in teaching Irish