Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Father O'Keefe” in chapter 1.50, section c.1.50.43, page 177 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:

...ed in charge of the work at Norfolk, where he remained for thirty-five years. In 1855 the yellow fever broke out in Norfolk and Portsmouth, just across the river. It was during this plague that Father O'Keefe did the work that made his name famous throughout the South. He worked among the people like a hero, nursing the sick, administering the last rites of the Church to the dying, and burying the dead....
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