Author talk:James J. Ryan
- 1911 Ireland
Residents of a house 18.2 in Thurles Urban District (Thurles Urban, Tipperary)
Surname Forename Age Sex Relation to head Religion Birthplace Occupation Literacy Irish Language Marital Status Specified Illnesses Years Married Children Born Children Living
Ryan James J 60 Male - Catholic Priest Co Tipperary President Read and write - Single - - - -
- 1901 Ireland
Residents of a house 2 in Cabragh (Holycross, Tipperary)
Surname Forename Age Sex Relation to head Religion Birthplace Occupation Literacy Irish Language Marital Status Specified Illnesses
Ryan James J 46 Male Brother R C Tipperay C. Clergy Man Read and write - Not Married -
May 19 Monsignor James Ryan 1851-1939
- “Ireland, Civil Registration Indexes 1845–1958,” Index. FamilySearch, Salt Lake City, Utah. General Register Office, Republic of Ireland. "Quarterly Returns of Deaths in Ireland with Index to Deaths.".
Name: James Ryan
Estimated birth year: abt 1850
Date of Registration: Jul-Aug-Sep 1939
Death Age: 89
Registration district: Thurles
FHL Film Number: 101741
- Irish Examiner 1841-current, Tuesday, May 23, 1939; Page: 6
MONSIGNOR J. J. RYAN Eminent Cashel Priest Diess
WE regret to announce tne death of Right Rev. Monsignor James J. Ryan, Protonotary Apostolic, The Hermitage, Cabra, Thurles, which occurred yesterday. Monsignor Ryan, who had reached the age of 92, was very widely known, not only in Ireland, but also in Rome. He was a native of the parish of Moycarkey, Two-Mile-Borris. The family went to live in Thurles when his father, Mr. John Ryan, opened a drapery business in Liberty Square, which was carried on successfully for many years A brother of the Monsignor's. Mr. Edward P. Ryan, went into business at Roscrea. and later managed racing stables at Cabra, Thurles. Monsignor Ryan studied at St. Patrick's College, Thurles, in Louvain, and in Rome, and he was ordained in 1876. He was appointed Professor in and Dean of St. Patrick's College, Thurles. in 3S79. and was President of the College. lf)() :!-l.". In :1!U5 he retired and went to live at Cabra. Monsignor Ryan was Co-Conclavist to Cardinal Logue at the election of Pope Pius X. In :1H2O he was made a Proonotary Apostolic ad instar. He was a Consultor of the Sacred Congregation of Studies for Seminaries and Univer-1 siMps _I'li._^-T.
IMPORTANT MISSION. Whilst a professor in St. Patrick's he was entrusted by the Vatican with an important diplomatic mission to the Philippines in connection with ecclesiastical affairs. Two outstanding events in the Monsignor's life were the introduction of the Pallottine Order into Ireland—about :?O years ago—and his donation of Glenstal Abbey, Co. Limerick, to the Benedictine Order. Monsignor Ryan was a fluent speaker in several languages. He had travelled extensively in various parts of the world.