1"Pre-Christian Ireland." Irish Identity. Web. 27 May 2011. <http://www.irishidentity.com/stories/prechristian.htm>.
From this source: "The historian Geoffrey Keating later wrote ... 'I cannot conceive how the Irish antiquaries could have obtained the accounts of those who arrived in Ireland before the Flood, unless they were communicated by those aerial demons, or familiar sprites, who waited on them in times of paganism, or that they found them engraved on stones after the Deluge had subsided.'"
" Geraldus Cambrensis agrees with the latter more acceptable explanation ... i.e. the theory of the information being derived from hieroglyphics and engravings on stone or on the inner walls of caves."

2"Full Text of Lebor Gabála Éren = "The Book of Conquests of Ireland." Internet Archive: Digital Library of Free Books, Movies, Music & Wayback Machine. Web. 27 May 2011. 15. <http://www.archive.org/stream/leabhargabhlab01cluoft/leabhargabhlab01cluoft_djvu.txt>.

3"Wexford Echo: The past in Ardamine and Riverchapel." Wexford Echo | Wexford News | Wexford Sport. Web. 27 May 2011. <http://www.wexfordecho.ie/news/mhmhqlgbid/>.
From this source: "In 'Antiquarian Jottings', already referred to, the moat at Ardamine is described as 'famous' and it is stated that 'competent archaeologists considered it to be the most perfect moat in Ireland.'"

4Butler, T. C. "Bannow in Pre-Norman Tirnes." Old Waterford Society Decies XXXII (1986): 5.

5Pepper, George, ed. "History of Ireland, Chapter 8." The Irish Shield and Monthly Milesian 1.7 (1829): 233-34.

6"Clergy..1676-2010." Camolin Parish. Web. 27 May 2011. <http://www.camolinparish.ie/clergy1676-2010.html>.