Statistics for occurrence #1 of “Father O'Keefe” in chapter 1.50, section c.1.50.45, page 179 of Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 35.:
... building which had been formerly used as a shop.
The furniture in his room was of the most simple kind.
Most of his meals consisted of bread and water or milk.
After the new church was built Father O'Keefe occupied a room over the sanctuary.
He gave up the parochial residence to the Sisters of the Notre Dame, who teach the parochial school, founded and endowed by him, so as to be forever free.
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