On 6/4/05 14:17, "Micheál Ó Catháin" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> And also there is the river Clody in Wexford which runs into the Slaney at
> Bunclody. The river systems in SE Ireland had many ecclesiastical
> foundations along their banks, so that river could also be considered. Here
> an entry for that one:
> g. cloitighe; Imraithech of, Mi., Ui.; vale of r. Clody nr Newtownbarry,
> Wexf., Od.; cf. "Newtownbarry, al. Bun Clody," Pgi. g. coille; al. Glenn na
> nGealt, Cf. p. 65; nr Ventry in Kerry (?).
Sorry, sent that one a little bit too quickly - without following up on the
Imraithech hint in the Onom.
AU calls him an "anchorita" therefore giving at least Glenn Clóitige in
South Leinster an ecclesiastical site. Imráithech himself is too early
however (Ý774) in comparison to the other identifications to be the person
referred to in §54.
Any references to a "comarba" of his?
AU: 774 "Imraithech Glinne Cloitighe anchorita, moriuntur."