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" Bridget. the will of God, that what souls harboured in the bodies buried under that dust, may never be adjudged to damnation, wherefore those of the said blood, have divided the churchyard amongst themselves, by the consent of Ryan and his holy clerks. "
Christian Inscriptions in the Irish Language - Page 4
edited by - 1872
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Researches in the south of Ireland, with an appendix [by J. Adams ...

Thomas Crofton Croker, Jane Adams (of co. Wexford.) - 1824
...had such power being a holy bishop through the will of God, that what soules harboured in the bodies buried under that dust may never be adjudged to damnation, wherefore those of the said bloud have divided the church yard amongst themselves by the consent of Ryyan and his holy clearks."...
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Researches in the South of Ireland: Illustrative of the Scenery ...

Thomas Crofton Croker - Ireland - 1824 - 393 pages
...had such power being a holy bishop through the will of God, that what soules harboured in the bodies buried under that dust may never be adjudged to damnation, wherefore those of the said bloud have divided the church yard amongst themselves by the consent of Ryyan and his holy clearks."...
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The history of the county and city of Cork, Volume 2

Charles Bernard Gibson - History - 1861
...to have been couein-germain to St Bridget. the will of God, that what souls harboured in the bodies buried under that dust, may never be adjudged to damnation,...the churchyard amongst themselves, by the consent of Ryan and his holy clerks." In Cloyne we have a very fine specimen of a Eound Tower, now used as a belfrey.*...
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The History of the County and City of Cork, Volume 2

Charles Bernard Gibson - Cork (Ireland : County) - 1861
...to have been consin-gerarain to St Bridget. the will of God, that what souls harboured in the bodies under that dust, may never be adjudged to damnation,...the churchyard amongst themselves, by the consent of Ryan and his holy clerks." In Cloyne we have a very fine specimen of a Bound Tower, now used as a belfrey.*...
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Insula Sanctorum Et Doctorum: Or, Ireland's Ancient Schools and Scholars

John Healy - Ireland - 1890 - 638 pages
...Or, as it is quaintly put in the Registry of Clonmacnoise — " What souls harboured in the bodies buried under that dust may never be adjudged to damnation — wherefore those of the same (Royal) blood have divided the churchyard amongst themselves by the consent of Kyran, and of his...
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