Patrick Weston Joyce

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Patrick Weston Joyce, commonly known as P.W.wikipedia
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Robert Dwyer Joyce was a younger brother.
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Seán Mór Seoighe

The family claimed descent from one Seán Mór Seoighe (fl.
He was the ancestor of many of the Joyce families of County Kerry, County Limerick, and County Cork, including that of the author James Joyce, Patrick Weston Joyce and Robert Dwyer Joyce.

John William Glover

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Ancient Irish music (1873), with piano accompaniments by John William Glover (1815–1899)
Among his publications is one of the earliest collective volumes of Thomas Moore's Irish Melodies (to Glover's accompaniments, published by James Duffy, Dublin, 1859), and he collaborated with Patrick Weston Joyce, providing the piano accompaniments to his Ancient Irish Music (Dublin: McGlashan & Gill, 1873).

Irish people

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Patrick Weston Joyce, commonly known as P.W. Joyce (1827 – 7 January 1914) was an Irish historian, writer and music collector, known particularly for his research in Irish etymology and local place names of Ireland.

Irish language

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Patrick Weston Joyce, commonly known as P.W. Joyce (1827 – 7 January 1914) was an Irish historian, writer and music collector, known particularly for his research in Irish etymology and local place names of Ireland. His wide interests included the Irish language, Hiberno-English, music, education, Irish literature and folklore, Irish history and antiquities, place-names and much else.

Ireland

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Patrick Weston Joyce, commonly known as P.W. Joyce (1827 – 7 January 1914) was an Irish historian, writer and music collector, known particularly for his research in Irish etymology and local place names of Ireland.

Ballyogan

Ballyorgan
He was born in Ballyogan in the Ballyhoura Mountains, on the borders of counties Limerick and Cork in Ireland, and grew up in nearby Glenosheen.

Ballyhoura Mountains

Ballyhoura
He was born in Ballyogan in the Ballyhoura Mountains, on the borders of counties Limerick and Cork in Ireland, and grew up in nearby Glenosheen.

County Limerick

LimerickCounty of LimerickCo. Limerick
He was born in Ballyogan in the Ballyhoura Mountains, on the borders of counties Limerick and Cork in Ireland, and grew up in nearby Glenosheen.

County Cork

CorkCo. CorkCounty of Cork
He was born in Ballyogan in the Ballyhoura Mountains, on the borders of counties Limerick and Cork in Ireland, and grew up in nearby Glenosheen.

Connemara

Conamaraancestral districtConmhaicne-mara
1680), a stonemason from Connemara, County Galway.

County Galway

GalwayCounty of GalwayCo. Galway
1680), a stonemason from Connemara, County Galway.

Hedge school

hedge schoolshedge-schools
Joyce was a native Irish speaker who started his education at a hedge school.

Mitchelstown

Mitchelstown MassacreMitchelstown, County Cork
He then attended school in Mitchelstown, County Cork.

Clonmel

Clonmel RFCClonmel, County TipperaryKnocklofty
He became a teacher and principal of the Model School, Clonmel.

Trinity College Dublin

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Meanwhile he earned his B.A. in 1861 and M.A. in 1863 from Trinity College, Dublin.

Dublin

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Meanwhile he earned his B.A. in 1861 and M.A. in 1863 from Trinity College, Dublin.

Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language

As a member of the Society for the Preservation of the Irish Language he wrote an Irish Grammar in 1878.

Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland

FRSAIRSAIKilkenny Archaeological Society
He was President of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland from 1906 to 1908, an association of which he was a member from 1865.

Hiberno-English

IrishIrelandIrish accent
His wide interests included the Irish language, Hiberno-English, music, education, Irish literature and folklore, Irish history and antiquities, place-names and much else.

St Patrick's College, Dublin

St Patrick's CollegeSt Patrick's College of EducationSt. Patrick's College
The P.W. Joyce collection at the Cregan Library in St Patrick's College, Drumcondra, Dublin, reflects many of Joyce's interests and includes many rarities.

Book of Ballymote

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The collection also contains nine manuscripts associated with Joyce and his family members, including a very fine manuscript in P.W. Joyce's own hand of Echtra Cormaic itir Tairngiri agus Ceart Claíd Cormaic (Adventures of Cormac in the Land of Promise), a passage from the Book of Ballymote, which Joyce translated into English.

Monaghan

Monaghan TownMonaghan, IrelandMonaghn
Patrick Weston Joyce interpreted this as "a place full of little hills or brakes".

Mallow, County Cork

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P.W. Joyce in 1869 surmised that in Magh Eala [sic], Ealla referred to the river Blackwater, and connected the name to the nearby barony of Duhallow.

Churchtown, County Cork

ChurchtownChurchtown, North Cork
Patrick Weston Joyce defines Brúgh as ‘a mansion’.