Eoghan O’Keeffe 1656-1723, Glenville, Co. Cork later Parish Priest, Doneralie 1723 Lament in old Irish

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This is from the workbook of William Smith O’Brien and is a pasting from ‘The Nation’ c 1850.

O’Keeffe came from a prosperous farming background, his son Arthur died at Rochelle in France. After he became a priest and was Parish Priest of Doneraile in 1723.

The poem is a lament of lost times

3 thoughts on “Eoghan O’Keeffe 1656-1723, Glenville, Co. Cork later Parish Priest, Doneralie 1723 Lament in old Irish”

  1. Maria C. said:

    Hi, this page link is no longer available. Google plus has decided to change (yet again!) Hopefully you can change the link to something else. Cheers!

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