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Search Results: 7 Records
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Faith
Letter from Fr John Fitzgibbon (1882-1918) SJ to Father Provincial Thomas V Nolan (1867-1941) regarding Fitzgibbon's health. He describes the symptoms of gas poisoning. Fr John "Jack" Fitzgibbon SJ was ordained a priest on 31st July 1915. His f...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Art and Literature
Letter from John Fitzgibbon (1845–1919) to Fr. Nolan regarding Jack Fitzgibbon's son, John Fitzgibbon. John Fitzgibbon was a successful draper and MP for South Mayo from 1910-1918. He was also involved in the Gaelic League, the temperance movem...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Faith
Letter from John Fitzgibbon (1882-1918) to the Father Provincial Thomas V Nolan (1867-1941) regarding Fitzgibbon's financial issues, his health, and the experience of going through an offensive. Fr John "Jack" Fitzgibbon SJ was ordained a pries...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Faith
Letter from John Fitzgibbon (1882-1918) to the Father Provincial Thomas V Nolan (1867-1941) regarding Fr. Keary's injury and the anxiety surrounding the next big push. Fr John "Jack" Fitzgibbon SJ was ordained a priest on 31st July 1915. His fa...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Faith
Letter from Fr Jack Fitzgibbon SJ (1882-1918) to Father Provincial Thomas V Nolan (1867-1941) regarding Fr. Keary. Fitzgibbon requests Fr. Nolan help Fr. Keary obtain permission to go home. Fr John "Jack" Fitzgibbon SJ was ordained a priest on ...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918
Letter from John Fitzgibbon (1882-1918) to the Father Provincial Thomas V Nolan (1867-1941) regarding Fitzgibbon's brush with death and nervousness at continuing front line work. Fr John "Jack" Fitzgibbon SJ was ordained a priest on 31st July 19...
Keywords: World War 1: 1914-1918, Faith
Letter from Francis M. Shaw (1881-1924) to the Father Provincial Thomas V Nolan (1867-1941) regarding the death of Father Hogan and the transfer of Father O' Mahony in Egypt. Francis, or Frank, Shaw SJ was born in Ennis, county Clare. He was or...