Thanks to Jerome Lordan

Extract from Bolster’s ‘A History of the Diocese of Cork’.

Drinagh, West Cork, ‘There is a Popish Priest called Daniel Sullivan, Lives in Another Parish. He Celebrates Mass Generally in a Ditch, Sheltered With a Few Bushes and Sods and Sometimes in a Cabin’.

‘…mean thatched cabins…….’ The Masshouses in South East Cork in 1731.

Format of Converts Affidavits in relation to Conversion (From The Errors of Papacy) Deponent Swears ‘That He did not Convert for Any Temporal Advantage But Solely From Conscientious Conviction an To Ensure His Souls Salvation’, part of Penal Law Regime.