Jennings, Brendan





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Jennings, Brendan, “Micheál Ó Cléirigh, chief of the Four Masters, and his associates” [1936], in: Ó Muraíle, Nollaig [ed.], Mícheál Ó Cléirigh, his associates and St Anthony’s College Louvain, Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2008. 19–122.

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“Micheál Ó Cléirigh, chief of the Four Masters, and his associates”
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19–122
Year
2008
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Jennings, Brendan, Michael Ó Cléirigh, chief of the Four Masters, and his associates, Dublin and Cork: Talbot Press, 1936.
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Four MastersFour Masters
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Mícheál Ó CléirighO'Clery (Michael) (d. 1643) – Irish scholar, historian and scribe
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[1] “The Ó Cléirighs of Tír Chonaill”
Ó Cléirigh familyÓ Cléirigh family / Uí Cléirigh / Uí Chléirigh – learned Irish family, who produced many poets and historians to chiefs of the Uí Dhomhnaill.
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[2] “St Anthony’s College at Louvain”
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[3] “Fr Patrick Fleming and Fr Hugh Ward”
Patrick FlemingFleming (Patrick)
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Hugh WardWard (Hugh) / Mac an Bhaird (Aodh Buidhe) (c.1592–1635) – Irish Franciscan friar, historian and author
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[4] “Progress of the plans of Ward and Fleming”
Patrick FlemingFleming (Patrick)
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Hugh WardWard (Hugh) / Mac an Bhaird (Aodh Buidhe) (c.1592–1635) – Irish Franciscan friar, historian and author
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[5] “The abbey of Donegal”
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[6] “Brother Micheál Ó Cléirigh in Ireland”
Mícheál Ó CléirighO'Clery (Michael) (d. 1643) – Irish scholar, historian and scribe
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[7] “His work in the year 1628”
Manuscripts: Leabhar le Eochaidh Ua hIfearnáin 
Mícheál Ó CléirighO'Clery (Michael) (d. 1643) – Irish scholar, historian and scribe
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[8] “The martyrology of Donegal”
Manuscripts: Leabhar le Eochaidh Ua hIfearnáin 
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[9] “A summer journey to Timoleague and Cork”
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[10] “The winter at Bundrowes (1629-30)”
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[11] Réim ríoghraidhe na hÉireann agus seanchas a naomh - the Four Masters”
Killinure; Bundrowes
Mícheál Ó CléirighO'Clery (Michael) (d. 1643) – Irish scholar, historian and scribe
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[12] “Fr Hugh Ward’s work at Louvain”
Hugh WardWard (Hugh) / Mac an Bhaird (Aodh Buidhe) (c.1592–1635) – Irish Franciscan friar, historian and author
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[13] “The community at Bundrowes in the year 1631”
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[14] “The Annals of the Four Masters”
Fearghal Ó GadhraÓ Gadhra (Fearghal) – lord of Cúil Abhainn (Coolavin, Co. Sligo) and patron of the Annals of the Four Masters
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[15] “Fr Valentine Browne encourages the work”
Valentine BrowneBrowne (Valentine)
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[16] “More about Fearghal Ó Gadhra”
Fearghal Ó GadhraÓ Gadhra (Fearghal) – lord of Cúil Abhainn (Coolavin, Co. Sligo) and patron of the Annals of the Four Masters
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[17] “Seeking approbations for the Annals”
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[18] “Another visit to Thomond”
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[19] “Brother Micheal at Carrickfergus”
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[20] “Fr John Colgan's Acta sanctorum
John ColganColgan (John) / Mac Colgáin (Seán) (d. 1658) – Irish Franciscan at St Anthony’s College, Louvain; scholar, theologian, editor and hagiographer
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