Parish Of Birth
St. Vincent’s Seminary, Cork, Ireland
Irish College Louvain, Belgium
St. Patrick’s College, Maynooth Co Kildare, Ireland
Details Of Ordination
St. Patrick’s College Chapel, Maynooth, Co. Kildare
Tracton PP : 1917 – 30/5/1919
South Parish CC : 1900 – 1917
Ballincollig CC : 8/11/1891 – 1900
Chaplain, Ursuline Convent, Blackrock : 7/8/1887 – 8/11/1891
South Parish Sacristan : 1883 – 7/8/1887
Chaplain, St. Maries of the Isle : 1883 – 1884
Chaplain, St. Maries of the Isle : 1882 – 1883
He was a grandson of John Windle, the author of the History of Cork, and a pioneer of archaeological research in the South of Ireland.
On Sunday, September 20th 1903, at St. Finbarr’s (South), Church Cork, he baptised Michael John O’Donovan – who under the pseudonym of Frank O’Connor, wrote 150 short stories, novels, plays, poetry and two autobiographies.
Illness forced him to absent himself from the Parish of Tracton for the final year of his appointment.
Date Of Death
Place Of Death
Avoca, Blackrock, Cork
Place Of Burial
St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Cork
His Lordship, Most Rev. Dr. Cohalan, Bishop of Cork, presided at the Solemn Requiem Mass at St. Finbarr’s South. The celebrant of the Mass was, Very Rev. Richard Canon McCarthy, P.P., V.F., Kinsale; deacon was, Fr. Timothy G. Nunan, C.C., St. Finbarr’s South; sub-deacon was, Fr. Philip C. McSweeney, C.C., St. Finbarr’s South, and the master of ceremonies was, Fr. Timothy O’Leary, C.C., St. Finbarr’s South.