CollectionLooney Collection

Petty Sessions (Ireland) Act 1851, 14 and 15 Vict Chap 93
from Constable D.P. Conway RIC, complainant, Petty Sessions Cahir, who said on his oath
'I arrested the Defendant at Clonmore on the evening of the 21st day of May 1908 she was wandering abroad & lodging in the open air. She was without visible means of support and unable to account for herself satisfactorily. I say that the defendant is a rogue & a vagabond within the meaning of 5 George 4th Cap 83 and I pray for her committal to Waterford gaol as a vagrant under the said act'.

AccessContact Repository.
Repository NameCashel, Ferns and Ossory Diocesan Archive (CoI)
AddressThe Diocesan Office The Palace Coach House Church Lane Kilkenny
EircodeR95 A032
Telephone(056) 776-1910
Repository Web Address
CommentStaff of the Women's History Project constructed an outline list of the material. Due to time constraints, not all items in this repository were examined individually.

In 2016, the University of Limerick assumed care of the Bolton Library, which consists of over 12,000 books, manuscripts and incunabulae. The Church records for the Diocese of Cashel, Ferns and Ossory, are still held by the Church and enquiries should be sent to the diocesan office.